Harriet Jordan

F, b. 1862, d. 28 February 1942
  • Harriet Jordan was born in 1862. She was the daughter of John JORDAN and Penelope GRANGER.
  • Her marriage, at 19 years, to John Dukes, son of William Dukes and Hannah Harbourn/Cadwaller, was registered in the September 1881 Quarter in Droitwich, Worcestershire Registration District.
  • Harriet Jordan and John Dukes immigrated to Queensland on 3 March 1885. John 24, and Harriett 21 travelled on the "Duke of Buccleuch" with their children John William 3 and infant Edith.
  • Harriet Jordan and John Dukes appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Douglas. John was a farmer.
  • Harriet Jordan and John Dukes appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Whichello, Crow's Nest. John was a farmer. Their daughter Lily most likely lived with them.
  • Harriet Jordan and John Dukes appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Whichello. John was a farmer.
  • Harriet Jordan died on 28 February 1942 in Queensland.
  • She was buried on 2 March 1942 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

Children of Harriet Jordan and John Dukes

John Jordan

M, b. 1840, d. 24 September 1863
  • John Jordan was born in 1840.
  • At the age of 23 years, John Jordan married Mary Jane Primmer, daughter of Joseph Primmer and Ann Hurst, on 11 September 1863 in Union Chapel, Hardy Street, Nelson, New Zealand. They were both living in Richmond at the time of their marriage.
  • John Jordan died on 24 September 1863 in New Zealand. John drowned - the Colonist reported "Death by Drowning.—On Thursday last another valuable life was lost in an attempt to cross the Waimea River. A young man named John Jordan started on Thursday morning from the home of his parents at Richmond to accompany a dray laden with his furniture, etc, which was to proceed to hia land at the Moutere, where he was about to settle. On reaching the Waimea River in a line with the Appleby road, Jordan, who was on horseback, went forward to examine the ford previous to venturing across with the dray. When nearly over the first ford, or the eastern branch of the river, liis horse, which had all the Way been getting too low down on the ford, suddenly dropped into the deep and narrow channel which occurs at the junction of the two branches. Horse and rider for a moment disappeared," but soon came up again, Jordan still retaining his seat in the saddle. It is probable that the poor fellow never attempted to make to the shore by the most direct course, and tried his horse at the steep and loose bank of gravel on the west side of the narrow channel, as horse and rider were again seen to fall back wider water, and when the horse again rose, Jordan had lost his seat. The horse swam down the river, and came out at a good landing place on the west branch but Jordan, who appears to have been unable to swim, was last seen struggling in the water a little more than 100 yards below the spot where he parted from the horse, and no trace of the body has since been discovered. The utmost exertions have been used to find the body, the universal respect entertained for his deeply afflicted parents having caused hundreds of persons to feel a lively interest in its recovery, but no success has yet attended these efforts. This young man was 23 years of age, the only son of his parents, and leaves to deplore his loss a young widow, to whom he had only been married a few weeks."

Name not recorded Jordan

M, b. 1906

William Alfred Jordan

M, b. 1876, d. 1956
  • William Alfred Jordan was born in 1876 in New Zealand. He was the son of Catherine and Alfred JORDAN.
  • At the age of 29 years, William Alfred Jordan married Catherine Ann Win, daughter of John William Win and Ada Martha Cresswell, in 1905 in New Zealand.
  • In 1945,his wife, Catherine Ann Win died in New Zealand.
  • William Alfred Jordan died in 1956 in New Zealand.

Children of William Alfred Jordan and Catherine Ann Win

Thomas (Barry) Jorden-Ayling

M, b. 11 January 1904, d. 14 June 1989
  • Thomas (Barry) Jorden-Ayling was born on 11 January 1904 in Chichester, Sussex, England. He was the son of John Jordan-Ayling and Annie Rose Burden. His birth was registered under AYLING, Thomas Jordan.
  • He immigrated to Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, in 1922.
  • In 1940 Thomas (Barry) Jorden-Ayling lived in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
  • He served in the Military He served in Palestine, and on the Kokodo Trail NG during WW2
    between 1942 and 1945.
  • In 1943 he was YMCA Welfare Officer, AIF.
  • At the age of 39 years, 4 months and 11 days, Thomas (Barry) Jorden-Ayling married Ethel (Dorothy or Dot) Staines, daughter of William John Staines and Ethel Mary Stuart Woods, on 22 May 1943 in St Andrews Presbyterian Church, Nambour, Queensland, Australia. Rev Will Cowan officiated at the marriage Service of Dot and Barry. Dorothy was given away by her brother LAC William Joseph Staines, RAAF. Her bridesmaid was her sister Miss Betty Staines. The reception was held at the White Rose Cafe, Nambour.
  • Between 1945 and 1989 he was a Presbyterian minister.
  • Thomas (Barry) Jorden-Ayling lived in Nambour, Queensland, Australia.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1954 living at Drayton Street, Nanango, Queensland. shown as a clergyman.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1963 and 1967 living at 427 Moggill Road, Indooroopilly, Queensland. Barry was shown as a clergyman.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1968 and 1974 living at 7 Taringa Parade, Indooroopilly, Queensland. shown as a clerk.
  • On 26 April 1982,his wife, Ethel (Dorothy or Dot) Staines died in St Andrews War Memorial Hospital, Brisbane, Queensland, at age 80. She suffered from cancer.
  • Thomas (Barry) Jorden-Ayling died on 14 June 1989 in Toowoomba General Hospital, Toowoomba, Queensland, at age 85.
  • He was cremated on 16 June 1989 in Toowoomba and his ashes taken to Albany Creek Crematorium and placed alongside those of Dorothy.

Ann Jordon

F, b. circa 1750
  • Ann Jordon was born circa 1750.
  • Ann Jordon married Phillip Foot on 18 June 1778 in Megavissey, Cornwall.

Children of Ann Jordon and Phillip Foot

Sarah Ann Jordon

F, b. circa 1870

Children of Sarah Ann Jordon and Holden Browne

Phillipa Jorey

F, b. 1825
  • Phillipa Jorey was born in 1825. She was the daughter of Joseph JOREY.
  • At the age of 25 years, Phillipa Jorey married John Dunn, son of John Dunn and Jane Furze, on 25 December 1850 in Mevagissey, Cornwall.
  • At the time of the 30 March 1851 census Phillipa Jorey was living in the household of John Dunn and Jane Furze in Chapel Street, Mevagissey. John is shown as a 75 year old fisherman living with his wife Jane 68 and son John a fisherman. They were all born in Mevagissey. John (jnr) wife Phillipa 26, born St Austell was also living with them.

Child of Phillipa Jorey and John Dunn

William Jorgensen

M, b. circa 1900

Christina Jorgenson

F, b. circa 1876, d. 1956
  • Christina Jorgenson was born circa 1876.
  • Christina Jorgenson married Frederick Hayden in 1899 in Queensland.
  • Christina Jorgenson died in 1956 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Anders Jorgensen and Anne Jemcenisena Petersen.

Children of Christina Jorgenson and Frederick Hayden

Catherine Jose

F, b. circa 1780
  • Catherine Jose was born circa 1780.
  • Catherine Jose married William Warren circa 1800.

Child of Catherine Jose and William Warren

Louise Josevski

F, b. circa 1850, d. May 1901
  • Louise Josevski was born circa 1850. She was the daughter of Karl Josewsk and - Dost.
  • Louise Josevski married Gottfried Kanowski, son of Johann Kanowski and Anna Beiber, circa 1875.
  • Louise Josevski and Gottfried Kanowski immigrated on 4 July 1877. Gottfried 26 and Louise 23 travelled on the Charles Dickens with their infant son Frederich.
  • In September 1896,Louise Josevski's son, Gottfried Karl Kanowski was buried in Glencoe Cemetery at age 15.
  • Louise Josevski died in May 1901 in Queensland.
  • She was buried in Glencoe Cemetery.

Children of Louise Josevski and Gottfried Kanowski

Frederick William Joslin

M, b. circa 1857
  • Frederick William Joslin was born circa 1857 in Shenfield, Essex.
  • His marriage to Elizabeth Jane Lockwood, daughter of John Lockwood and Marther Ann Potter, was registered in the December 1878 Quarter in Romford, Essex Registration District.
  • At the time of the 3 April 1881 census Frederick William Joslin was living in the household of John Lockwood in Tylers Cottages, Woodman Road, Great Warley. John is shown as a widowed merchant coal dealer. His son Frederick is a carter, unmarried. His daughter Jane (Elizabeth Jane), her husband and their two children also lived with them.

Children of Frederick William Joslin and Elizabeth Jane Lockwood

Herbert E Joslin

M, b. circa 1880
  • Herbert E Joslin was born circa 1880 in Great Warley, Essex.
  • He was the son of Frederick William Joslin and Elizabeth Jane Lockwood.
  • At the time of the 3 April 1881 census Herbert E Joslin was living in the household of John Lockwood in Tylers Cottages, Woodman Road, Great Warley. John is shown as a widowed merchant coal dealer. His son Frederick is a carter, unmarried. His daughter Jane (Elizabeth Jane), her husband and their two children also lived with them.

William John Joslin

M, b. circa 1879
  • William John Joslin was born circa 1879 in Great Warley, Essex.
  • He was the son of Frederick William Joslin and Elizabeth Jane Lockwood.
  • At the time of the 3 April 1881 census William John Joslin was living in the household of John Lockwood in Tylers Cottages, Woodman Road, Great Warley. John is shown as a widowed merchant coal dealer. His son Frederick is a carter, unmarried. His daughter Jane (Elizabeth Jane), her husband and their two children also lived with them.

Winifred Maria Jowers

F, b. 6 April 1899, d. 1 June 1978
  • Winifred Maria Jowers was born on 6 April 1899 in New Zealand. She was the daughter of Agnes Csearie and Charles Henry JOWERS.
  • At the age of 20 years, Winifred Maria Jowers married Ernest John Holdaway, son of Ernest Spence Holdaway and Edaline Jane Beattie, in 1920 in New Zealand.
  • On 23 November 1944,her husband, Ernest John Holdaway died in Palmeston North, New Zealand, at age 49. His last address was Ashurst.
  • Winifred Maria Jowers died on 1 June 1978 in New Zealand at age 79. Her last address was Pahiatua.
  • She was buried on 3 June 1978 in Mangatainoka Pahiatua Cemetery. The inscription on her headstone reads: Remembrance: Winifred Olivia Warren, died 12th June 1967, aged 93 years. Winifred Maria Holdaway, died 1st June 1978, aged 79 years. At rest.

Catherine Joy

F, b. 5 February 1856, d. 1915
  • Catherine Joy was born on 5 February 1856 in Loose, Kent, England. She was the daugher of Jessie Robert Joy and Katherine May.
  • At the age of 16 years, 11 months and 9 days, Catherine Joy married William Lougheed on 14 January 1873 in St Johns Church, Brisbane, Queensland.
  • On 2 December 1896,her husband, William Lougheed died in Queensland. At the time of his death he was suffering from paralyses of the legs. His age was given as 52, of Church of England faith.
  • At the age of 41 years, Catherine Joy married Joseph Gillespie in 1898 in Brisbane, Queensland. They had two children Redvers Darcy in 1900 and Joseph in 1901, both at Bear, Blackbutt.
  • On 11 June 1903,her husband, Joseph Gillespie died in Yarraman. He died from a bullet wound inflicted by a drunk at the Royal Hotel in Nanango where his wife Catherine was the licensee.
  • Catherine Joy died in 1915 in Brisbane, Queensland.
  • She was buried on 3 April 1915 in Balmoral Cemetery. She is buried with her daughter Violet and grandson Donald Joseph Gillespie.

Children of Catherine Joy and William Lougheed

Walter James Judd

M, b. 19 November 1881, d. 19 October 1945
  • Walter James Judd was born on 19 November 1881. He was the son of James Judd and Emma Last.
  • At the age of 41 years, 11 months and 26 days, Walter James Judd married Eunice May Hull, daughter of Henry Ruebin Hull and Charlotte Mary Ward, on 14 November 1923 in Queensland. They had three children. The family lived in Warwick. Walter and Eunice moved to Wynnum shortly before Walter died.
  • Walter James Judd and Eunice May Hull appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Crow's Nest. Watler was a labourer.
  • Walter James Judd died on 19 October 1945 in Brisbane, Queensland, at age 63. Walter suffered a stroke.
  • He was cremated in Mt Thompson Crematorium.

Edward Henry L Juergens

M, b. circa 1850
  • Edward Henry L Juergens was born circa 1850.
  • Edward Henry L Juergens married Johanna T Unknown circa 1870.

Child of Edward Henry L Juergens and Johanna T Unknown

Louisa Maria Juergens

F, b. 1873, d. 12 July 1940
  • Louisa Maria Juergens was born in 1873 in Tenterfield, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of Edward Henry L Juergens and Johanna T Unknown.
  • At the age of 39 years, Louisa Maria Juergens married Charles Heiss, son of Jakob Andreas Heiss and Sophia Sopp, in 1912.
  • Louisa Maria Juergens died on 12 July 1940 in Tenterfield, New South Wales, Australia.
  • She was buried in Tenterfield Cemetery. Cemetery records show aged 65, she was 67. She was buried in the Church of England Section Row E/Lot 107.

Child of Louisa Maria Juergens and Charles Heiss

Edward Jules Juillerat

M, b. 30 March 1903, d. 28 March 1951
  • Edward Jules Juillerat was born on 30 March 1903 in Ipswich, Queensland.
  • He was the son of Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines.
  • Edward Jules Juillerat appeared on the Electoral Roll with Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines in 1925 in Ravensbourne. Ernest was a labourer. Their son Ernest was a labourer of Perseverance and his wife Elsie Florence carried out home duties, and son Leslie a labourer of Ravensbourne. Son Edward was an engine driver.
  • At the age of 23 years and 22 days, Edward Jules Juillerat married Ellen Ryan, daughter of William Ryan and Bridget McQuillan, on 21 April 1926 in Queensland.
  • Edward Jules Juillerat and Ellen Ryan appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Ravensbourne. Edward was an engine driver.
  • Edward Jules Juillerat enlisted for service with the Volunteer Defense Force on 20 August 1942 in Crow's Nest. He was living at Ravensbourne at the time and gave his next of kin as his wife Ellen. At the time Edward was a sawmill worker. He was discharged 9 August 1944 with the rank of Private.
  • He and Ellen Ryan appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Ravensbourne.
  • Edward Jules Juillerat died on 28 March 1951 in Queensland at age 47. His death was reported in the Townsville Daily Bulletin "Edward Jule Juillerat, 47, married, of Perry Street, Toowoomba, died on his way to hospital after falling 24 feet at the Toowoomba Foundry today. Julllerat, who was working on a platform, called to a workmate down on the floor and asked for a piece of hemp rope. When Juillerat pointed to the particular piece of rope he wanted, he overbalanced, and fell head-first to tbe concrete floor."
  • He was buried on 29 March 1951 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. METH4-004-0040.

Elsie Mountjoy Juillerat

F, b. 21 April 1897, d. 26 November 1968
  • Elsie Mountjoy Juillerat was born on 21 April 1897 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Ernest JUILLERAT and Alice Mountjoy HAINES.
  • She was the daughter of Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines.
  • At the age of 19 years, 7 months and 29 days, Elsie Mountjoy Juillerat married Henry Wilkin, son of Henry Wilkin and Rebecca Jane Watson, on 20 December 1916 in Queensland.
  • Elsie Mountjoy Juillerat and Henry Wilkin appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1921 living at Grapetree. Henry was a dairyman.
  • Elsie Mountjoy Juillerat and Henry Wilkin appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1930 living at Ravensbourne. Henry was a farmer.
  • Elsie Mountjoy Juillerat died on 26 November 1968 in Queensland at age 71.
  • She was buried on 26 November 1968 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

Ernest Juillerat

M, b. 12 September 1873, d. 1960
  • Ernest Juillerat was born on 12 September 1873 in Tent Hill, Gatton, Queensland. He was the son of Frederick August Juillerat (of French extraction) and Elsie Paroz (of Swiss extraction) who selected 130 acres of land at Tent Hill in 1873.
  • At the age of 22 years, 7 months and 1 day, Ernest Juillerat married Alice Mountjoy Haines on 13 April 1896 in Queensland. the Queensland Times reported:- "A very pretty wedding eventuated here Wednesday last, at 2-30, p.m., when Mr. Ernest. Juillerat and Miss A. Mountjoy Haines were united in holy wedlock. The marriage was solemnised at Denham Lodge, the residence of Mr. C. T. Urry. The sitting-room having been converted into a church pro ten, Mr. L T. Young, minister of the Catholic Apostolic Church, Manning-street, South Brisbane, officiating. As the bride entered, on the arm of her brother, Mr.C. R. Haine the organ, pre sided over by Miss Winnie Urry struck up "The Voice that breathed o'er Eden, and the hymn " How welcome was the call," was also sung during the service. The bride, who was given away by her brother, looked charming in a dress of cream crepon, prettily arranged with lace and ribbon and sprays of orange blossoms, with hat en suite; she also carried a shower-bouquet of white flowers. Her only bridesmaid, Miss Carrie Urry, wore a frock of pale cream crepe, relieved with rose-pink ribbon and white sailor hat. Mr. Juillerat, the, bridegroom, was supported by Mr. Alfred Yates as best man. After the ceremony, which was solemn and impressive, and amid the strains of the "Wedding March," the happy pair--who, by-the-way, underwent a heavy fire of rice and old shoes-left with the numerous guests, and drove to the residence of Mr. C.R. Hines, where the wedding tea was served under a bower created for the occasion. After the usual speeches were made and responded to, the evening was spent in games, interspersed with singing. Mrs. E. Juillerat's going away dress was of rich maroon serge, trimmed with jet, The presents were both ornate and useful."
  • On 16 May 1903 Edward was taken to the petty debts court by A. Cox for the amount of £7 17s. 2d for goods sold and delivered. The verdict went to the plaintiff and Edward had to pay 3s.
  • On 27 June 1907 The Queensland Times reported "INSOLVENTS. The " Daily Mail" states that, in the Supreme Court, Brisbane, on the l8th instant, Ernest Juillerat, labourer, Ipswich ... ... adjudicated insolvent, in forma pauperis.
  • On 20 August 1908 The Queensland Times reported:-"DEFENDANT FINED £1 10s. On information laid by Alexander Cumming Raff, Railway District Engineer, Ernest Juillerat was charged before Messrs. J. Borthwick and C. Killeen., at the Ipswich police Court, on Tuesday last, with having on or about the 4th of July last, stolen 100 superficial feet of timber, which formed part of the structure of the old Sadlier's Crossing Bridge, the properly of the Railway Department. Senior-Sergeant King conducted the prosecution. Constable Jas. Irwin deposed that, in consequence of a complaint which had been made to him respecting some timber at Sadlier's Crossing Bridge, he went to defendant's house, and there saw four pieces of timber which correspond with that which had been reported to have been stolen from the old bridge. Later on he saw defendant at Siemon's store, and said to him, "There is timber reported to be stolen from the old railway bridge at Sadlier's Crossing. I saw some timber corresponding with that reported to have been stolen in your yard. How do you account for it's being there?" Defendant replied : "I got permission from Fred. Brown to take the timber. I heard he bought all the old timber about the bridge, and I did not think I was doing any harm in taking the timber, as part of it was chopped off previously." Defendant also stated that, if he had done wrong, he was willing to pay for the timber or to replace it. Defendant stated that he intended to use the timber for firewood. The timber in defendant's yard was not concealed in any way, Witness had known defendant for three years, add knew nothing against him. He had always found defendant to be a respectable and hard-working man. Wm. Perro, an employee in the Rail way Department, deposed that the timber obtained from the defendant's premises corresponded with that which he had missed from the old Sadlier's Crossing Bridge.
    Frederick G. Brown, a carter, residing at North Ipswich, stated that he had purchased some loose timber near the Sadlier's Crossing Bridge, and he had, on the 27th June last given defendant permission to take some of it. On the following Saturday he saw that defendant had a piece on his dray which was not "loose timber." It was a place which came out of the retaining wall of the old bridge. When he (witness) saw it he said it was not his, and told defendant he should not have cut it off. He did not remember what reply witness made. Be remembered defendant saying he did not think he was doing wrong in taking it, as pieces had been cut out before. Alexander Cumming Raff: Railway District Engineer, said he believed that two of the pieces of timber obtained on defendant's premises formed one of the braces which had been removed from the old Sadlier's Crossing Bridge. Defendant had no right to take that timber, nor had the witness Brown any right to authorise him to do so. He valued the timber at £2. Defendant pleaded " Guilty,'" and, having been sworn, stated that, in June, he met Mr. Brown, and told him he had heard that he had bought the timber of the old Sadlier's Crossing Bridge, and asked him if he would sell him (witness) a load for firewood. Brown re plied that he would not sell him a load, but he would give him one. On the following Saturday he borrowed a dray from his employer (Mr. Siemon), and went to the site of the old bridge. He then noticed that there were originally four stays on the embankment. Two had been broken off and another had been chopped up with an axe, but not removed. He therefore did not think it was any harm to take the fourth one, as he did not think it was of any use. Had he known it was wanted he would not have touched it. He had no intention of stealing it. Defendant was fined £1 10s, with 6s 4d costs of Court, and 4s cartage of exhibit from defendant's place to the police station. Defendant was given seven days in which to pay the fine; in default of payment, one month's imprisonment in Brisbane Gaol."
  • In May 1910 Edward found himself in court again. The Queensland Times reported on 26 May: - "CHARGE OF CHILD DESERTION. THE FATHER GIVEN A CHANCE TO REDEEM HIMSELF. On remand from Helidon, a man named Ernest Juillerat was brought before the Police Magistrate (Mr. C. A. M. Morris), at the Ipswich Police Court, yesterday morning, on a charge of having unlawfully deserted his six children. Senior-Sergeant King conducted the prosecution. The Police Magistrate asked : Will you enter into a bond to support your children ? The Accused , I have been willing to support them all along. Senior,-Sergeant King . That is all nonsense. The accused : I wrote to my wife three days after I left and told her where I got work. Senior-Sergeant King : That is not correct. He is aggravating the of fence by telling falsehoods. The Police Magistrate: You cannot expect your wife and children to live on nothing. Senior-Sergeant King : There is no use disguising the fact, your Worship, that the accused went away with another woman and that he was living with her at Perseverance. The Police Magistrate: What are you doing? The Accused : I am felling timber for Mr. Munro.
    The Police Magistrate : Will you consent to enter into a bond to pay to pay so much a week to your wife.
    The Accused : I have a house there that she can come and live in. The Police Magistrate.: Can you expect her to do that after you ran away with another man's wife ?
    The Accused : I didn't pay the wo man's fare, but we travelled in the same train. Senior-Sergeant King then handed the Police Magistrate a letter which he said, the accused had written, and in which he (accused) admitted having gone away and also made other admissions. The Police Magistrate, having read the letter, said to accused : Are the contents of this letter true?
    The Accused: Yes, according to the way I wrote. I don't know what construction may be put on it. The Police Magistrate: I will put an ordinary, reasonable construction on it. When you say "'I have been living with somebod else," what does that mean? The Accused : We were in the same house, sir.
    Senior-Sergeant King : He went under the name of Philp Picot, your Worship, and the woman under the name of Mrs. Picot. The Police Magistrate then s
    asked the accused's wife, who was in Court, whether she would consent to go to Perseverance and live with the accused. Mrs. Juillerat replied that she would do so if the accused were sorry for what he had done.
    The Accused: That is all I want. I want my wife and children to come and live with me.
    The Police Magistrate: I sincerely hope that you will treat them better then you appear to have done in the past. Your wife must be a really good woman who cares for her children , to forgive you as she has done. I will put you to the test, and will adjourn this case fortnight. If, in the meantime, everything goes well, and your wife and children are satisfied, there will be no more about the case. If, however, you go back on your word, further proceedings will be taken. . The accused then retired from this Court."
  • Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Perseverance. Ernest was a labourer.
  • Ernest Juillerat enlisted for service with the AIF on 17 November 1917 in Toowoomba. He gave his occupation as a sawyer and address as Perseverance via Murphy's Creek. He was sent overseas but may not have seen action.
  • He and Alice Mountjoy Haines appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1921 living at Ravensbourne. Ernest was a labourer.
  • Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Ravensbourne. Ernest was a labourer. Their son Ernest was a labourer of Perseverance and his wife Elsie Florence carried out home duties, and son Leslie a labourer of Ravensbourne. Son Edward was an engine driver.
  • Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at an unknown place . Ernest was a labourer.
  • On 18 January 1938,his wife, Alice Mountjoy Haines died in Queensland.
  • Ernest Juillerat died in 1960 in Brisbane, Queensland.

Children of Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines

Ernest Frederick Juillerat

M, b. 29 December 1898
  • Ernest Frederick Juillerat was born on 29 December 1898 in Gatton, Queensland.
  • He was the son of Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines.
  • Ernest Frederick Juillerat enlisted for service with the AIF on 2 April 1918 in Toowoomba. He gave his mother Alice as his next of kin and his occupation a labourer, once apprenticed to Mr Shum. He served in France and was discharged on 8 Nov 1919.
  • On 4 April 1918 The Brisbane Courier reported that Edward, who lived at Ravensbourne had volunteered for military service.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1921 living at Perseverance. He was a labourer.
  • At the age of 22 years, Ernest Frederick Juillerat married Elsie Florence Williams in 1921 in Queensland.
  • Ernest Frederick Juillerat appeared on the Electoral Roll with Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines in 1925 in Ravensbourne. Ernest was a labourer. Their son Ernest was a labourer of Perseverance and his wife Elsie Florence carried out home duties, and son Leslie a labourer of Ravensbourne. Son Edward was an engine driver.
  • Ernest Frederick Juillerat and Elsie Florence Williams appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Ravensbourne. Ernest was a labourer.
  • In 1967,his wife, Elsie Florence Williams died in Brisbane, Queensland.

Florence May Juillerat

F, b. 1905
  • Florence May Juillerat was born in 1905 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines.
  • At the age of 22 years, Florence May Juillerat married Herbert William Lillywhite in 1927 in Queensland.

Gladys Annie Juillerat

F, b. 26 April 1911
  • Gladys Annie Juillerat was born on 26 April 1911 in Rosewood, Queensland. Her birth was announced in the Queensland Times:- " JUILLERAT.--On April 26, at Nurse Domrow's Private Hospital, Rose wood, the wife of E. Juillerat, of a daughter."
  • She was the daughter of Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines.
  • At the age of 21 years, Gladys Annie Juillerat married Roy Edward Lee in 1933 in Queensland.

Leslie Gordon Juillerat

M, b. 9 February 1901, d. 1 June 1997
  • Leslie Gordon Juillerat was born on 9 February 1901 in Tent Hill, Queensland.
  • He was the son of Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines.
  • Leslie Gordon Juillerat appeared on the Electoral Roll with Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines in 1925 in Ravensbourne. Ernest was a labourer. Their son Ernest was a labourer of Perseverance and his wife Elsie Florence carried out home duties, and son Leslie a labourer of Ravensbourne. Son Edward was an engine driver.
  • At the age of 25 years, Leslie Gordon Juillerat married Ivy May Dorjahn in 1927 in Queensland.
  • On 8 April 1931 Les was involved in an accident "Sawmill Accident.-Mr.L. Juillerat, a sawyer in the employ of Mr. F. Sibbles, sawmiller, of Upper Yarraman, had the top of the first two fingers of the right hand severed by a circular saw on April 8. The patient was conveyed to the Nanango Hospital by the Yarraman am- bulance bearers."
  • Leslie Gordon Juillerat enlisted for service with the Australian Army on 14 May 1943. He was a sawmiller living at Yarraman Creek at the time, and was married with five chldren. He gave his next of kin as his wife Ivy. He was discahrged on 20 dec 1943 with the rank of Lance Corporal with the 1st Field Survey Co.
  • On 26 March 1997,his wife, Ivy May Dorjahn died.
  • Leslie Gordon Juillerat died on 1 June 1997 in Queensland at age 96.
  • He was buried on 6 June 1997 in Yarraman Cemetery. LAWS1-00B-0020.

Thomas James Juillerat

M, b. 15 August 1907
  • Thomas James Juillerat was born on 15 August 1907 in Ipswich, Queensland.
  • He was the son of Ernest Juillerat and Alice Mountjoy Haines.
  • Thomas James Juillerat appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Ravensbourne. He was a labourer.
  • At the age of 32 years, 1 month and 29 days, Thomas James Juillerat married Beatrice Edith Gifford on 14 October 1939 in Methodist Chruch, Casino, New South Wales. The marriage details appeared in The Northern Star newspaper - "JUILLERAT-GIFFORD
    At the Methodist Church, Casino, the Rev. W. Whitbread officiated at the marriage of Miss Beatrice Edith Gifford, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Gifford, of Ellangowan, to Mr. Thomas James Juillerat, younger son of the late Mrs. Juillerat and Mr. E. Juillerat, of Toowoomba.
    The bride, who entered the church with her father, wore a frock of bridal satin featuring a train, and her cut tulle veil (lent by her cousin, Mrs. Weiss) was held in place with a halo of orange blossoms. The bridal bouquet was of white Geraldton wax, azaleas, sweet peas and ferns. The bride were a brooch which had been worn by her mother on her wedding frock.
    The bridesmaid was Miss Amy Dut ton (cousin of the bride), and she wore a frock of Simon sheer with ice blue veil, shoulder length, held in place with head-dress of silver leaves. She carried a bouquet of pink, blue and white Geraldton wax and sweet peas. The best man was Mr. Geo. Gifford, the bride's brother.
    A reception was held at the home of the bride, where the Rev. W. Whitbread presided. A feature of the breakfast table was the three tiered cake, made by the bride's mother and decorated by the bride.
    Mrs. Gifford, who received the guests, wore a frock of navy at-lanta crepe with a posy of calendula. Leav ing for the honeymoon, which was spent in a tour of the Lower North Coast, the bride wore a hyacinth blue costume with navy accessories.
    The future home of Mr. and Mrs. Juillerat will be at Ravensbourne (Q.)"
  • Thomas James Juillerat enlisted in the Australian Army on 15 May 1942 in Brisbane. He was a truck driver of Ellangowan via Casino. He gave his next of kin as his wife Beatrice Edith. He had two children aged 20 months and 3 weeks. He was discharged on 24 Nov 1945 with the rank of Craftsman in the 4th Aust Vehicle PK Workshops.

Ada Jull

F, b. 1860, d. 1937
  • Ada Jull was born in 1860 in Bombala, Snowy Mountains, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of James William Jull and Mary Ann White.
  • At the age of 21 years, Ada Jull married George Cooke, son of Richard Cooke and Mary Brown, in 1881 in Queensland.
  • Ada Jull and George Cooke appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Milton. George was a farmer. Ada gave her address as Mt Darry.
  • Ada Jull died in 1937 in Brisbane, Queensland.

Alfred Jull

M, b. 1891, d. between 1914 and 1918