Gladys Mary Eileen James

F, b. 11 February 1901, d. 7 February 1967
  • Gladys Mary Eileen James was born on 11 February 1901 in Hayle, Cornwall.
  • She was the daughter of Richard James and Ann Daws Maddern.
  • At the time of the 1911 census Gladys Mary Eileen James was living in the household of Richard James and Ann Daws Maddern in St Peter's Hill, Newlyn West, Cornwall. Richard 37, was shown as a fisherman with his own fleet, born Newlyn Cornwall. He had been married to his wife Ann Daws, 35, a dressmaker own account, for 11 years and they had three children :- Gladys M E, a scholar aged 9, born Hayle; Dorothy 7, also a scholar born Hayle, and Ann Daws 4 a scholar born Newlyn.
  • Gladys Mary Eileen James died on 7 February 1967 in Hayle, Cornwall, at age 65.

Richard James

M, b. 1873, d. 25 October 1925

Ann Daws Maddern, Richard James & their daugther possibly Ann Dawes born 1906. Possibly taken while Richard was on leave from HMS Majestic which was torpedoed in the Dardanells. Photo c 1916 thanks to Jim Davey
  • Richard James was born in 1873 in Newlyn, Cornwall. He was the son of Francis James, a fisherman.
  • At the age of 27 years, Richard James married Ann Daws Maddern, daughter of Samuel Dunn Maddern and Mary Jane Rogers, on 3 March 1900 in Paul, Cornwall. They were married by Banns - Richard James 26 Fisherman of Paul (Father: Francis James, Fisherman) Ann Daws Maddern 24 of Paul (Father: Samuel Dunn Maddern, Coachman) Witnesses: Samuel Dunn Maddern, Mary Jane Maddern.
  • Richard James and Ann Daws Maddern appeared on the census of 2 April, 1911 in St Peter's Hill, Newlyn West, Cornwall. Richard 37, was shown as a fisherman with his own fleet, born Newlyn Cornwall. He had been married to his wife Ann Daws, 35, a dressmaker own account, for 11 years and they had three children :- Gladys M E, a scholar aged 9, born Hayle; Dorothy 7, also a scholar born Hayle, and Ann Daws 4 a scholar born Newlyn.
  • Richard James died on 25 October 1925 in Hayle, Cornwall.

Children of Richard James and Ann Daws Maddern

Winifred Mary James

F, b. 1913, d. 22 June 1968
  • Winifred Mary James was born in 1913 in Takaka, New Zealand.
  • At the age of 20 years, Winifred Mary James married Halsey Rex Cresswell, son of William Frederick Cresswell and Elizabeth Martha Castle, on 3 April 1933 in Motueka, New Zealand. There were two children.
  • Winifred Mary James died on 22 June 1968 in New Zealand. Halsey remarried on 22 May 1969 in Riwaka.
  • She was buried in Riwaka Cemetery. Her husband Halsey was buried in the same plot in 1974.

George Jameson

M, b. circa 1905, d. 1942

Henry Jameson

M, b. circa 1875, d. 1942

Jameson's blacksmith shop, Crow's Nest - Photo thanks to Mary Brass
  • Henry Jameson was born circa 1875. He was the son of Thomas Jameson and Elsie Drake.
  • Henry Jameson married Sarah Ann Jobson, daughter of Edward Jobson and Rebecca Holmes, in 1899 in Queensland.
  • Henry Jameson and Sarah Ann Jobson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Thallon Street, Crow's Nest. Henry was a blacksmith.
  • Henry Jameson and Sarah Ann Jobson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Crow's Nest. Henry was a farmer.
  • In 1939,his wife, Sarah Ann Jobson died in Queensland.
  • Henry Jameson died in 1942 in Queensland.

Children of Henry Jameson and Sarah Ann Jobson

Jack Jameson

M, b. 1907, d. 1909

Lucy Jameson

F, b. 1903

John James Jamieson

M, b. 14 March 1914, d. 6 January 1982
  • John James Jamieson was born on 14 March 1914 in Crow's Nest, Queensland.
  • He was the son of Kenneth Baird Jamieson and Nina Doris Atkins.
  • John James Jamieson commenced school at Pinelands State School on 6 April 1920. His father was a farmer of Pinelands.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1936 living at Pinelands. He was a farmer, most likely living with his parents.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll with Kenneth Baird Jamieson and Nina Doris Atkins in 1937 in Pinelands. Kenneth was a farmer as was their sons Frederick and John James. Ken gave his address as Pinelands, John James as Plainby, Frederick as Bellfield Crow's Nest and Nina as Bald Hills.
  • John James Jamieson married Joyce Caroline Thornber, daughter of Arthur Thornber and Agnes Emma Swain, circa 1942.
  • John James Jamieson and Joyce Caroline Thornber appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Bellfield. John was a farmer.
  • John James Jamieson died on 6 January 1982 in Queensland at age 67.

John James Jamieson

M, b. circa 1860

Children of John James Jamieson and Alison Margaret Baird

Kenneth Baird Jamieson

M, b. 1889, d. 1949
  • Kenneth Baird Jamieson was born in 1889 in Sydney, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of John James Jamieson and Alison Margaret Baird.
  • At the age of 24 years, Kenneth Baird Jamieson married Nina Doris Atkins in 1913 in Petersham, New South Wales.
  • Kenneth Baird Jamieson and Nina Doris Atkins appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1913 and 1936 living at Pinelands. Nina gave her address as Bald Hills. Kenneth was a farmer. A William George Keith Jamieson also farmed at Pinelands.
  • Kenneth Baird Jamieson enrolled his son John James Jamieson in school at Pinelands State School on 6 April 1920. His father was a farmer of Pinelands.
  • Kenneth Baird Jamieson and Nina Doris Atkins appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1937 living at Pinelands. Kenneth was a farmer as was their sons Frederick and John James. Ken gave his address as Pinelands, John James as Plainby, Frederick as Bellfield Crow's Nest and Nina as Bald Hills.
  • Kenneth Baird Jamieson died in 1949 in Sydney, New South Wales.

Child of Kenneth Baird Jamieson and Nina Doris Atkins

William George Keith Jamieson

M, b. 1884, d. 1959
  • William George Keith Jamieson was born in 1884 in Sydney, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of John James Jamieson and Alison Margaret Baird.
  • William George Keith Jamieson appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1908 and 1913 living at Pinelands. He was a farmer. His brother Kenneth also farmed at Pinelands around 1913.
  • William George Keith Jamieson died in 1959 in Queensland.

Edith C Jamison

F, b. circa 1880
  • Edith C Jamison was born circa 1880.
  • Edith C Jamison married Michael Hayes in 1902 in Sydney.

Child of Edith C Jamison and Michael Hayes

August Jannusch

M, b. 1900, d. 17 March 1901
  • August Jannusch was born in 1900 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Herman August Jannusch and Augusta Schilf.
  • August Jannusch died on 17 March 1901 in Queensland.
  • He was buried on 19 March 1901 in Douglas Cemetery.

Bella Jannusch

F, b. 15 January 1902, d. 10 January 1957
  • Bella Jannusch was born on 15 January 1902 in Queensland. She was a twin to Herman.
  • She was the daughter of Herman August Jannusch and Augusta Schilf.
  • Bella Jannusch was a bridesmaid at the wedding of Elsie Christina Suhr and Herman Jannusch on 5 August 1925 in Bergen Lutheran Church, Queensland; The Brisbane Courier reported:- "At the Bergen Lutheran Church, in the Crow's Nest district, on August 5, the marriage was solemnised of Mr. Herman Jannusch (second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Jannusch, Haden) and Miss Elsie Christina Suhr (second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Suhr, Bergen) by Pastor Poland. The church had been tastefully decorated by girl friends of the bride, and the chief feature was a large wedding bell filled with confetti, and made by Mrs. A. .Schilf (Haden). During the signing of the register a vocal solo was rendered by Mrs. D. Stark, Messrs. G. Jannusch and D. Keenan. Mrs. D. Stalk presided at the organ, and violin accompaniments were given by Mr. A Schilf. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of cream satin de sole and lace, made with a shirred feather fringed panel at the left side, and a cabochon finished with tiny pearls at the right side. The sleeves were finished with small hand-made roses. She wore a veil in mob cap style, with a posy of orange blossom at either side. She carried a large sheaf of lilies tied with white satin streamers, and also wore a gold wristlet watch, the gift of the bridegroom. The chief bridesmaid, Miss Ruby Suhr (sister of the bride), and her second bridesmaid Miss Belle Jannusch (sister of the bridegroom), were frocked in apricot crepe de Chine, trimmed with feathers and cadochons, and finished with large bows at the right sides. On the left shoulders were rosettes of silver tissue and feather, from which white suspended streamers of the same material as the frocks. They wore black "Nelly Kelly'' hats and carried bouquets of deep cream stocks veiled in asparagus
    plumosus, tied with cream streamers. The bride's mother wore a beaded black Marocain costume, with a hat to match. The bridegroom's mother wore black silk Marocain, trimmed with hand-sewn beads, and also a hat to tone. Mr. W. Jannusch (brother of the bridegroom) acted as best man, and Mr. C. Suhr (brother of the bride) carried out his duties of groomsman. At the conclusion of the ceremony the guests drove to the home of the bride's parents, where about 150 persons were entertained at the breakfast, which was served in a large marquee at the side of the house. A wedding cake adorned the centre of the chief table. Dancing took place at night. The bride and bridegroom left subsequently for Coolangatta, where the honeymoon is being spent. The bride wore a travelling costume of navy gabardine, made with a pleated tunic, with collar and cuffs finished with fur trimmings. Her black hat was relieved with ornamental trimmings. The bride's present to the bridegroom was a pair of xylonite military brushes in a case, and the bridegroom's present to each of the bridesmaids was a gold armlet."
  • At the age of 25 years, Bella Jannusch married Peter James Feros in 1928 in Queensland. Peter ran a fruit shop in Crow's Nest. He is thought to have won the Casket twice. He then opened two fruit shops in Toowoomba, one in Russell Street which he ran and one in Ruthven between Herried and James Street which was run by Bella.
    They had four children.
  • Bella Jannusch died on 10 January 1957 in Queensland at age 54.
  • She was buried on 12 January 1957 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. LUTH3-003-0022.

Bertha Jannusch

F, b. 1870, d. 1941
  • Bertha Jannusch was born in 1870 in Luxemburg, Germany.
  • She was the daughter of Johann Jannusch and Maria Franchesca Weeck/Feck.
  • Bertha Jannusch immigrated on 4 September 1877 to Queensland with Johann Jannusch and Maria Franchesca Weeck/Feck. Johann 34, and Maria 42, travelled on the Charles Dickens which departed from Hamburg. With them were Henriette aged 9, Bertha aged 6, Herman 3 and Ferdinand 1. The surname for the children was spelt JAMMUSCH or JAMNUSCH. Also Maria's children from a previous KNACK marriage travelled with them - Johanne 22, Auguste 16 and Hermine 20.
  • Bertha Jannusch died in 1941 in Queensland.

Ferdinand Theodor Jannusch

M, b. 1 March 1876, d. 4 November 1958
  • Ferdinand Theodor Jannusch was born on 1 March 1876 in Germany.
  • He was the son of Johann Jannusch and Maria Franchesca Weeck/Feck.
  • Ferdinand Theodor Jannusch immigrated on 4 September 1877 to Queensland with Johann Jannusch and Maria Franchesca Weeck/Feck. Johann 34, and Maria 42, travelled on the Charles Dickens which departed from Hamburg. With them were Henriette aged 9, Bertha aged 6, Herman 3 and Ferdinand 1. The surname for the children was spelt JAMMUSCH or JAMNUSCH. Also Maria's children from a previous KNACK marriage travelled with them - Johanne 22, Auguste 16 and Hermine 20.
  • At the age of 25 years, 1 month and 23 days, Ferdinand Theodor Jannusch married Marie Louise Rosin on 24 April 1901 in Queensland.
  • Ferdinand Theodor Jannusch and Marie Louise Rosin appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Glencoe. Ferdinand was a farmer.
  • Ferdinand Theodor Jannusch died on 4 November 1958 in Queensland at age 82. (other records show date of death as 23 March 1958.)
  • He was buried on 5 November 1958 in Toowoomba & Drayton Cemetery.

George Jannusch

M, b. 1901, d. 6 May 1982
  • George Jannusch was born in 1901 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Herman August Jannusch and Augusta Schilf.
  • At the age of 26 years, George Jannusch married Eva Oliver, daughter of Anthony James Oliver and Dorothea Lucht, in 1927 in Queensland.
  • George Jannusch appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Anduramba. He was a dairyman.
  • George farmed at Haden, was a keen football player and later served on the Crow's Nest Council.
  • He and Eva Oliver appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Queensland. George was a hotelkeeper.
  • George Jannusch died on 6 May 1982 in Queensland.
  • He was buried in Toowoomba & Drayton Cemetery.

Henriette Jannusch

F, b. 1868, d. 1923
  • Henriette Jannusch was born in 1868 in Germany.
  • She was the daughter of Johann Jannusch and Maria Franchesca Weeck/Feck.
  • Henriette Jannusch immigrated on 4 September 1877 to Queensland with Johann Jannusch and Maria Franchesca Weeck/Feck. Johann 34, and Maria 42, travelled on the Charles Dickens which departed from Hamburg. With them were Henriette aged 9, Bertha aged 6, Herman 3 and Ferdinand 1. The surname for the children was spelt JAMMUSCH or JAMNUSCH. Also Maria's children from a previous KNACK marriage travelled with them - Johanne 22, Auguste 16 and Hermine 20.
  • Henriette Jannusch died in 1923 in Queensland.

Herman Jannusch

M, b. 15 January 1902, d. 10 September 1988
  • Herman Jannusch was born on 15 January 1902 in Queensland. He was a twin to Bella.
  • He was the son of Herman August Jannusch and Augusta Schilf.
  • At the age of 23 years, 6 months and 21 days, Herman Jannusch married Elsie Christina Suhr, daughter of Wilhelm Heinrick Suhr and Wilhelmine Utschink, on 5 August 1925 in Bergen Lutheran Church, Queensland. The Brisbane Courier reported:- "At the Bergen Lutheran Church, in the Crow's Nest district, on August 5, the marriage was solemnised of Mr. Herman Jannusch (second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Jannusch, Haden) and Miss Elsie Christina Suhr (second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Suhr, Bergen) by Pastor Poland. The church had been tastefully decorated by girl friends of the bride, and the chief feature was a large wedding bell filled with confetti, and made by Mrs. A. .Schilf (Haden). During the signing of the register a vocal solo was rendered by Mrs. D. Stark, Messrs. G. Jannusch and D. Keenan. Mrs. D. Stalk presided at the organ, and violin accompaniments were given by Mr. A Schilf. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of cream satin de sole and lace, made with a shirred feather fringed panel at the left side, and a cabochon finished with tiny pearls at the right side. The sleeves were finished with small hand-made roses. She wore a veil in mob cap style, with a posy of orange blossom at either side. She carried a large sheaf of lilies tied with white satin streamers, and also wore a gold wristlet watch, the gift of the bridegroom. The chief bridesmaid, Miss Ruby Suhr (sister of the bride), and her second bridesmaid Miss Belle Jannusch (sister of the bridegroom), were frocked in apricot crepe de Chine, trimmed with feathers and cadochons, and finished with large bows at the right sides. On the left shoulders were rosettes of silver tissue and feather, from which white suspended streamers of the same material as the frocks. They wore black "Nelly Kelly'' hats and carried bouquets of deep cream stocks veiled in asparagus
    plumosus, tied with cream streamers. The bride's mother wore a beaded black Marocain costume, with a hat to match. The bridegroom's mother wore black silk Marocain, trimmed with hand-sewn beads, and also a hat to tone. Mr. W. Jannusch (brother of the bridegroom) acted as best man, and Mr. C. Suhr (brother of the bride) carried out his duties of groomsman. At the conclusion of the ceremony the guests drove to the home of the bride's parents, where about 150 persons were entertained at the breakfast, which was served in a large marquee at the side of the house. A wedding cake adorned the centre of the chief table. Dancing took place at night. The bride and bridegroom left subsequently for Coolangatta, where the honeymoon is being spent. The bride wore a travelling costume of navy gabardine, made with a pleated tunic, with collar and cuffs finished with fur trimmings. Her black hat was relieved with ornamental trimmings. The bride's present to the bridegroom was a pair of xylonite military brushes in a case, and the bridegroom's present to each of the bridesmaids was a gold armlet."
  • Herman Jannusch and Elsie Christina Suhr appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Haden. Herman was a labourer.
  • Herman Jannusch and Elsie Christina Suhr appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Hampton. Hermann was a grazier.
  • On 3 February 1981,his wife, Elsie Christina Suhr died in Queensland.
  • Herman Jannusch died on 10 September 1988 at age 86.
  • He was buried on 12 September 1988 in Toowoomba & Drayton Cemetery.

Herman August Jannusch

M, b. 1872, d. June 1944
  • Herman August Jannusch was born in 1872.
  • He was the son of Johann Jannusch and Maria Franchesca Weeck/Feck.
  • Herman August Jannusch immigrated on 4 September 1877 to Queensland with Johann Jannusch and Maria Franchesca Weeck/Feck. Johann 34, and Maria 42, travelled on the Charles Dickens which departed from Hamburg. With them were Henriette aged 9, Bertha aged 6, Herman 3 and Ferdinand 1. The surname for the children was spelt JAMMUSCH or JAMNUSCH. Also Maria's children from a previous KNACK marriage travelled with them - Johanne 22, Auguste 16 and Hermine 20.
  • At the age of 25 years, Herman August Jannusch married Augusta Schilf, daughter of Jacob Johann Schilf and Anna Rosa (Rosa) Duminski, in 1897 in Queensland.
  • Herman August Jannusch witnessed the burial of August Jannusch on 19 March 1901 in Douglas Cemetery.
  • Herman August Jannusch and Augusta Schilf appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Bergen. Herman was a farmer.
  • On 30 September 1912Herman August Jannusch was named as a beneficiary of Johann Jannusch's will in which he made Johann Ehrlich of Haden and Frederick Kanowski of Glencoe his executors. Johann's wife Mary of Glencoe, sons Herman of Djuan and Ferdinand of Glencoe, both farmers petitioned for the land - Portions 2518 and 2518a, county of Aubigny parish of Menigandan.
  • Herman August Jannusch and Augusta Schilf appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Neuve. Herman was a farmer.
  • In November 1932,his wife, Augusta Schilf died in Queensland.
  • Herman August Jannusch appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Neuve. Herman was a farmer.
  • Herman August Jannusch died in June 1944 in Queensland.
  • He was buried on 23 June 1944 in Bergen Djuan Cemetery.

Children of Herman August Jannusch and Augusta Schilf

Hilda Jannusch

F, b. 1898, d. August 1953

Child of Hilda Jannusch and David Stark

Johann Jannusch

M, b. 15 October 1843, d. 26 October 1912
  • Johann Jannusch was born on 15 October 1843 in Germany.
  • Johann Jannusch married Maria Franchesca Weeck/Feck circa 1866.
  • Johann Jannusch and Maria Franchesca Weeck/Feck immigrated to Queensland on 4 September 1877. Johann 34, and Maria 42, travelled on the Charles Dickens which departed from Hamburg. With them were Henriette aged 9, Bertha aged 6, Herman 3 and Ferdinand 1. The surname for the children was spelt JAMMUSCH or JAMNUSCH. Also Maria's children from a previous KNACK marriage travelled with them - Johanne 22, Auguste 16 and Hermine 20.
  • In 1878 Johann was one of the first selectors of land at Meringendan along with W. Andrew and A. Neden.
    The 40 acres he selected was not prime land. In 1898 the Land Court deliberated to fix the price of the land as reported by The Queenslander :- "In the matter of the fixing of the value of 40 acres of land in the parish of Meringandan, ad joining selection No. 2518, Toowoomba register, and proposed to be sold to John Jannusch. Mr. Hamilton appeared on behalf of John Jannusch. Jacob Julius Micheli, produce merchant, Brisbane, was examined, and valued the land at 10s. and acre. To Mr. Warner, who appeared for the Crown, witness said it was four or five years since he had seen the land. Tobias Hans Metzger, carpenter, Boggo-road, said the land was mostly hill land with rooks and stones upon it; when he saw it a couple of years ago he was shown 300 or 400 dray loads of stones which had been taken off it. Mathias Schaefe said he held a selection ad joining Jannusch's; he took up the land in question as a homestead, and held it for two years ; the first year he paid 9d. an acre for it; this rental was raised to 1s. the second year; a further increase to 1s. 6d. was about to be made on the third year, but as this price was too high witness gave the land up; Jannusch had taken as many stones off the land as would pave Queen-street—(laughter); some of the stones would take two men to lift them on to a dray. John Jannusch said he had been on his selection ten years. The stones taken off it were piled in a heap one chain square and half a chain high, and also in a wall of stone ten chains long. Mr. Jokn Reid Warner, Land Commissioner at Toowoomba, said he had not seen the land in question, but from information he had received he valued it at £4 per acre. Mr. Groom sold some land in the immediate locality recently at £4 10s. per acre. The court fixed the valuation of the 40 acres in question at £1 per acre. "
  • In 1897Johann Jannusch was issued with a Selection Certificate for 160 acres of land in Djuan.
  • Johann Jannusch died on 26 October 1912 in Queensland at age 69.
  • He was buried in Glencoe Cemetery.
  • He left a will on 30 September 1912 in which he made Johann Ehrlich of Haden and Frederick Kanowski of Glencoe his executors. Johann's wife Mary of Glencoe, sons Herman of Djuan and Ferdinand of Glencoe, both farmers petitioned for the land - Portions 2518 and 2518a, county of Aubigny parish of Menigandan.

Children of Johann Jannusch and Maria Franchesca Weeck/Feck

Lena Jannusch

F, b. 1906, d. 1906

Wilhelm Jannusch

M, b. 1905, d. 1986
  • Wilhelm Jannusch was born in 1905 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Herman August Jannusch and Augusta Schilf.
  • Wilhelm was the best man at the wedding of Elsie Christina Suhr and Herman Jannusch, son of Herman August Jannusch and Augusta Schilf, on 5 August 1925 in Bergen Lutheran Church, Queensland; The Brisbane Courier reported:- "At the Bergen Lutheran Church, in the Crow's Nest district, on August 5, the marriage was solemnised of Mr. Herman Jannusch (second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Jannusch, Haden) and Miss Elsie Christina Suhr (second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Suhr, Bergen) by Pastor Poland. The church had been tastefully decorated by girl friends of the bride, and the chief feature was a large wedding bell filled with confetti, and made by Mrs. A. .Schilf (Haden). During the signing of the register a vocal solo was rendered by Mrs. D. Stark, Messrs. G. Jannusch and D. Keenan. Mrs. D. Stalk presided at the organ, and violin accompaniments were given by Mr. A Schilf. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of cream satin de sole and lace, made with a shirred feather fringed panel at the left side, and a cabochon finished with tiny pearls at the right side. The sleeves were finished with small hand-made roses. She wore a veil in mob cap style, with a posy of orange blossom at either side. She carried a large sheaf of lilies tied with white satin streamers, and also wore a gold wristlet watch, the gift of the bridegroom. The chief bridesmaid, Miss Ruby Suhr (sister of the bride), and her second bridesmaid Miss Belle Jannusch (sister of the bridegroom), were frocked in apricot crepe de Chine, trimmed with feathers and cadochons, and finished with large bows at the right sides. On the left shoulders were rosettes of silver tissue and feather, from which white suspended streamers of the same material as the frocks. They wore black "Nelly Kelly'' hats and carried bouquets of deep cream stocks veiled in asparagus
    plumosus, tied with cream streamers. The bride's mother wore a beaded black Marocain costume, with a hat to match. The bridegroom's mother wore black silk Marocain, trimmed with hand-sewn beads, and also a hat to tone. Mr. W. Jannusch (brother of the bridegroom) acted as best man, and Mr. C. Suhr (brother of the bride) carried out his duties of groomsman. At the conclusion of the ceremony the guests drove to the home of the bride's parents, where about 150 persons were entertained at the breakfast, which was served in a large marquee at the side of the house. A wedding cake adorned the centre of the chief table. Dancing took place at night. The bride and bridegroom left subsequently for Coolangatta, where the honeymoon is being spent. The bride wore a travelling costume of navy gabardine, made with a pleated tunic, with collar and cuffs finished with fur trimmings. Her black hat was relieved with ornamental trimmings. The bride's present to the bridegroom was a pair of xylonite military brushes in a case, and the bridegroom's present to each of the bridesmaids was a gold armlet."
  • Wilhelm Jannusch appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Haden. William was a butcher.
  • At the age of 25 years, Wilhelm Jannusch married May Askin, daughter of Henry (Harry) Askin and Lillian Pearce, in 1930 in Queensland.
  • Wilhelm Jannusch and May Askin appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1936 and 1954 living at Haden. William was a butcher.
  • Wilhelm Jannusch died in 1986 in Queensland.

Mary Hall Jansen

F, b. circa 1870, d. 1951
  • Mary Hall Jansen was born circa 1870. She was the daugher of Harry Jansen and Ellen Hall.
  • Mary Hall Jansen married Robert Breydon, son of John Breydon and Jane Savage, in 1891 in Queensland.
  • Mary Hall Jansen died in 1951 in Queensland.

Frederick Edmund Janz

M, b. circa 1900

John Joshua Jarmain

M, b. circa 1880

Child of John Joshua Jarmain and Harriet Rodgers

Child of John Joshua Jarmain and Ivy May Gribble Hooper

Norma Jarmain

F, b. circa 1916, d. 1917

Thomas Edward Jarmain

M, b. before 1900, d. 1928

Frances Caroline Jarman

F, b. 1914, d. 7 March 1951