Joseph Kent

M, b. circa 1670

Jessie Maria Kenway

F, b. circa 1900, d. 1952
  • Jessie Maria Kenway was born circa 1900.
  • Jessie Maria Kenway married John Toomey in 1901 in Queensland.
  • Jessie Maria Kenway and John Toomey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Crow's Nest. John was a cream carter.
  • Jessie Maria Kenway died in 1952 in Queensland. She was the daugher of Jane Andrews and George Kenway.

Children of Jessie Maria Kenway and John Toomey

Julia Elizabeth Keogh

F, b. circa 1822, d. 14 October 1889
  • Julia Elizabeth Keogh was born circa 1822 in County Galway, Ireland. She was the daugther of Ignatius Keogh and Fran Arabella French.
  • Julia Elizabeth Keogh married Peter McKillop on 9 October 1848 in Victoria.
  • Julia Elizabeth Keogh died on 14 October 1889 in St Kilda.

Samuel Kerlin

M, b. circa 1875

Hazel Ethel Doreen Kerr

F, b. circa 1890
  • Hazel Ethel Doreen Kerr was born circa 1890.
  • Hazel Ethel Doreen Kerr married Percy Rowland Hartmann, son of Herman Hugo Hartmann and Elinor Elizabeth Davis, in 1924 in Queensland.
  • Hazel Ethel Doreen Kerr and Percy Rowland Hartmann's engagement was announced in "The Courier Mail" on 27 May 1927 - KERR-HARTMAN-The engagement is announced of Hazel Ethel, elder daughter of Mr and Mrs A G Kerr, Brisbane to Percy Rowland, younger son of the late H Hartman, Toowoomba, and Mrs. Hartman, Wooloowin.

Marion Robertson Kerr

F, b. circa 1860, d. 1946
  • Marion Robertson Kerr was born circa 1860. She was the daughter of Robert Kerr and Janet Houston.
  • Marion Robertson Kerr married James Nairn in 1886 in Queensland.
  • Marion Robertson Kerr and James Nairn appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Crow's Nest. James was a railway guard.
  • In 1933,her husband, James Nairn died in Queensland.
  • Marion Robertson Kerr died in 1946 in Queensland.

Children of Marion Robertson Kerr and James Nairn

Mark John Kerr

M, b. 14 September 1905, d. May 1967
  • Mark John Kerr was born on 14 September 1905 in Winnepeg, Manitba, Canada. Marshall's biological father was an engineer from Canada. He left him with the Hoopers for a holiday when he was four years old and never returned. Marshall died before legislation was enacted for adult adoption. His birth name was Mark John Kerr.
  • He was the son of William Hooper and Ada Ellen Moore.
  • On 1909 his name was changed to Marshall John Hooper Marshall's biological father was an engineer from Canada. He left him with the Hoopers for a holiday when he was four years old and never returned. Marshall died before legislation was enacted for adult adoption.
  • At the age of 36 years, Mark John Kerr married Doris Catherine Rose Tierney, daughter of James Francis Tierney and Ella C R Yaldwyne, in 1942 in New South Wales.
  • Mark John Kerr died in May 1967 in New South Wales at age 61.

Archibald Cornelius Kerrison

M, b. 1907, d. 23 March 1971
  • Archibald Cornelius Kerrison was born in 1907. He was the son of Joseph KERRISON and Mary.
  • Archibald Cornelius Kerrison married Elsie May Poke, daughter of Ernest Albert Poke and Beatrice Blanche Burgess, circa 1930.
  • Archibald Cornelius Kerrison died on 23 March 1971 in Tasmania.

Kathleen Norah Kershaw

F, b. circa 1885

Maria Kesler

F, b. circa 1800
  • Maria Kesler was born circa 1800.
  • Maria Kesler married Christoph Trost circa 1825.

Child of Maria Kesler and Christoph Trost

George Kettel

M, b. 1805, d. 5 January 1854
  • George Kettel was born in 1805 in England. His father came from Wateringbury, Kent.
  • He was the son of William Kettel and Sarah Unknown.
  • George Kettel appeared on the census of 1841 in Liverpool Plains.
  • Between 30 August 1841 and 1842 George was granted a Depasturing License for "Moonbi" run on the Peel River at Liverpool Plains (now on the main Highway between Tamworth and Armidale. The lease was later taken up by Henry Dangar. A convict Joseph Robinson was assigned to him on 1 November 1841 to work on Moombi and Tuckermann Sheep Stations.
  • George Kettel died on 5 January 1854 in Dulacca, Queensland. He was killed by aboroginies. He died intestate. At the time of his death he was in partnership with Spinks ie Kettel and Spinks.
  • On 12 April 1854 The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser reported that two young aboriginals had been detained in connection with the murder. " Drayton, March 20.—Since my last communication I have to inform you that two aboriginal natives have been arrested at Wallon, on a charge of cattle stealing, which natives have confessed that they were present at the murder of Mr. James George Kettel, of the Schanning, and at the taking away of his sheep; On Friday, the third of March, Mr. Ferrett sent down a messenger to Mr. Lester, J.P., of Terreyboo, for assistance, stating that there were strange blacks on his run, endangering the lives of his men, and likely to do him damage. Lieutenant Irving and Sub-Lieutenant Nicol, of the native police, were at Terreyboo at the time, when Mr. Nicol was immediately dispatched with six troopers. He returned on the Monday, bringing the two blacks in handcuffs, on a charge of kill- ing and eating a bullock. These two men, who are both very young, and who have recently been in the employ of squatters in the neighbourhood, confess to have been present at the murder. There is, of course, no other evidence, nor could there be even if they were all arrested. It is reported that Lieutenant Irving is to have command of a new section, now being raised by Mr. Walker, and to be stationed at the Peak Downs, whither great quantities of stock are being already driven.—Correspondent of Englishman."
  • On 2 June 1855 The Moreton Bay Courier, reporting on an arbitration case between Moffatt and Nicols reported " C. F. D. Parkinson deposed that in May last about 3000 sheep were in his charge at Bogandilla, on Tchanning Creek. They had belonged to a Mr. Kettel, who had been killed by the blacks and were placed in witness's charge by the Acting Curator of intestate estates, at whose desire witness started with the sheep about the first of May last, and drove them to Eton Vale where he arrived on the 20th. Eighty-one of the ewes lambed on the road, and the lambs were knocked on the head by witness. He delivered the sheep to the overseer at Eton Vale."

William Kettel

M, b. circa 1740, d. 29 December 1831
  • William Kettel was born circa 1740.
  • William Kettel married Sarah Unknown circa 1775.
  • William Kettel died on 29 December 1831.

Child of William Kettel and Sarah Unknown

Rachel Kettle

F, b. 1877, d. July 1960
  • Rachel Kettle was born in 1877. She was the daughter of Richard Kettle and Sarah.
  • At the age of 22 years, Rachel Kettle married Thomas Henry Plant, son of James Plant and Rebecca Peyton, in 1899 in Queensland.
  • Rachel Kettle and Thomas Henry Plant appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Geham. Thomas was a farmer.
  • Rachel Kettle and Thomas Henry Plant appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Geham. Thomas was a farmer and Rachel carried out home duties.
  • Rachel Kettle died in July 1960 in Queensland.
  • She was buried on 29 July 1960 in Cabarlah Cemetery.

Children of Rachel Kettle and Thomas Henry Plant

Daisy Louisa Keucke

F, b. 8 October 1886

Valerie Daisy Keueke

F, b. 7 May 1912, d. 10 December 2002

Conrad Keute

M, b. 1839, d. 27 April 1915
  • Conrad Keute was born in 1839.
  • Conrad Keute began an association with Susannah Ruhwedel circa 1881.
  • Conrad Keute died on 27 April 1915 in Queensland.
  • He was buried on 28 April 1918 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.

Children of Conrad Keute and Susannah Ruhwedel

George Keute

M, b. 1891, d. 9 October 1931
  • George Keute was born in 1891 in Queensland. His birth was registered under RUHWEDEL.
  • He was the son of Conrad Keute and Susannah Ruhwedel.
  • George Keute appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Perseverance. He was a labourer.
  • George Keute died on 9 October 1931 in Queensland.
  • He was buried on 10 October 1931 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. LUTH31-36-033-0037.

Johann Conrad Keute

M, b. 1882, d. 12 October 1957

Susannah Elizabeth Keute

F, b. circa 1885, d. 1907
  • Susannah Elizabeth Keute was born circa 1885.
  • She was the daughter of Conrad Keute and Susannah Ruhwedel.
  • Susannah Elizabeth Keute married Frederick Albert Smith in 1906 in Queensland.
  • Susannah Elizabeth Keute died in 1907 in Queensland.

Jane Key

F, b. circa 1764
  • Jane Key was born circa 1764.
  • Jane Key married William Baker, son of William Baker and Rebecca Unknown, on 5 July 1784 in Ilminster. William Baker of Shepton Beauchamp and Jane Key of this Parish (Ilminister), married by Banns on the 5th day of July seven hundrend and eighty four by William Williams Curator. William Baker (his mark); Jane Key - Witnessed by Thomas Baker and Giles Taunton.

Children of Jane Key and William Baker

Dexter Keyes

M, b. circa 1875

Eliza Kidd

F, b. 1851, d. 1878
  • Eliza Kidd was born in 1851. She was the daughter of George Kidd and Susan Woodley.
  • Her marriage, at 18 years, to John Fitch was registered in the December 1869 Quarter Registration District.
  • Eliza Kidd and John Fitch immigrated to Queensland on 9 June 1874. John, 29 and Eliza 23 travelled on the Ramsay with their children William J 3, and Jessie 1.
  • Eliza Kidd died in 1878 in Queensland.

Children of Eliza Kidd and John Fitch

Catherine Elizabeth (Kate) Kidman

F, b. 26 December 1884, d. 6 March 1962
  • Catherine Elizabeth (Kate) Kidman was born on 26 December 1884 in Paupong, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan.
  • At the age of 22 years, Catherine Elizabeth (Kate) Kidman married George Bartholmew Hale, son of John Hale and Sarah Pendergast, in 1907 in New South Wales.
  • Catherine Elizabeth (Kate) Kidman and George Bartholmew Hale moved to Crow's Nest sometime before 1908.George is believed to have worked at one of the sawmills in the area at the time. They were the first of the Kidmans to arrive in the district. Kate's parents and sibling arrived in the later half of 1908.
  • In October 1946,her husband, George Bartholmew Hale died in Queensland.
  • Catherine Elizabeth (Kate) Kidman died on 6 March 1962 in Banyo, Queensland, at age 77.
  • She was buried on 8 March 1962 in Nugee Cemetery. Grave 6A 414.

Children of Catherine Elizabeth (Kate) Kidman and George Bartholmew Hale

Charles Norman Kidman

M, b. 7 October 1901, d. 25 January 1975
  • Charles Norman Kidman was born on 7 October 1901 in Grosses Plains, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan.
  • Charles Norman Kidman moved with his parents, Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan to Anduramba in 1908; Their daughter Kate and her husband George Hale had moved firstly to Dalby then to Crow's Nest shortly after their marriage in 1907.
  • Charles Norman Kidman commenced school at Anduramba State School on 7 May 1912. Charles 10 yr 7 months and George 8 years 8 months. George and Charles in Jan 1915. Another child Margaret Maria aged 16 years 7 monthswas also enrolled. She left in May 1912. They were of the RC faith and their mother was a farmer.
  • He and Ann Cogan appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1930 and 1943 living at Anduramba. Annie carried out home duties and her son Charles was a labourer.
  • Charles Norman Kidman appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1958 living at Anduramba. He was a labourer.
  • He was scrub feller, sheep shearer, drover and farmer.
  • Charles Norman Kidman died on 25 January 1975 in Anduramba at age 73.
  • He was buried in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

Edith Evelyn Kidman

F, b. 4 December 1894, d. 10 January 1974
  • Edith Evelyn Kidman was born on 4 December 1894 in New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan.
  • Edith Evelyn Kidman moved with her parents, Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan to Anduramba in 1908; Their daughter Kate and her husband George Hale had moved firstly to Dalby then to Crow's Nest shortly after their marriage in 1907.
  • At the age of 26 years, 1 month and 22 days, Edith Evelyn Kidman married Leslie Henry Austin, son of Thomas Henry Ascendant Austin and Ellen Hooper, on 26 January 1921 in Queensland.
  • In 1922 Edith Evelyn Kidman lived in Anduramba, Queensland.
  • She and Leslie Henry Austin appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Crow's Nest. Les gave his address as Leonta, Mountain Camp while Edith gave her's as Anduramba.
  • Edith Evelyn Kidman and Leslie Henry Austin appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Anduramba. Les was a farmer but his address was still listed as Leonta Villa, Mountain Camp - his parents property.
  • In March 1931 Evelyn went missing. Her disappearance was reported in The Courier Mail on 3 March 1931 - " WOMAN DISAPPEARS.
    Mrs. Edith Evelyn Austin, wife of a farmer at Virginia, nine miles from Crow's Nest, who has been in bad health for some time, disappeared fiom her home on Friday morning. The police, a black tracker, and residents are searching for her She was missing on a previous occasion, when she was found in the scrub".
    And again on the 4th -
    "A MISSING WOMAN.
    Although a diligent search was maintained for Mrs. Edith Evelyn Austin, who disappeared from her home at Virginia, near Crow's Nest, on Friday, no trace of her has been found. A number of civilians are assisting the police and black trackers in the search". She was eventually found as was reproted the next day " MISSING WOMAN FOUND.
    Mrs. Evelyn Austin, who disappeared from her home at Virginia, in the Crow's Nest, district on Friday morning, was found at 8 o'clock last night in a haystack not far from her residence. She was in good health."
  • On 5 October 1931,her husband, Leslie Henry Austin died in Queensland at age 39. He died from leukaemia.
  • On 29 November 1952 Edith Evelyn Kidman lived in Kedron.
  • At the age of 75 years, Edith Evelyn Kidman married Victor Robert Sutton in 1970.
  • On 29 July 1973,her husband, Victor Robert Sutton died in Cambletown at age 70.
  • Edith Evelyn Kidman died on 10 January 1974 in Queensland at age 79.
  • She was buried on 12 January 1974 in Lutwyche Cemetery. Her son Kevin is buried with her.

Edward Cogan (Ned) Kidman

M, b. 24 September 1888, d. 15 April 1918
  • Edward Cogan (Ned) Kidman was born on 24 September 1888 in Cottege Creek, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan.
  • Edward Cogan (Ned) Kidman moved with his parents, Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan to Anduramba in 1908; Their daughter Kate and her husband George Hale had moved firstly to Dalby then to Crow's Nest shortly after their marriage in 1907.
  • On 11 September 1911,Edward Cogan (Ned) Kidman's father, Samuel Kidman died in Anduramba, Queensland, at age 61.
  • After the death of his father Ned and his brother Ernest were the main bread winners for the family. Ned worked on Eskdale Station for Ernest Lord for a time.
    He also hauled logs and sawn timber for a number of sawmills in the Crow's Nest district.
  • Edward Cogan (Ned) Kidman appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Anduramba. He was a labourer as was his brother Ernest. They were most likely living with their widowed mother Ann.
  • He enlisted in the AIF on 23 July 1915 in Brisbane. He joined the 5th Depot Battalion at Enoggera. However, he spent many weeks in hospital in Toowoomba with complications from acute appendicitus. He was discharged on 18 Nov 1915 as medically unfit.
  • He again enlisted in the AIF on 28 June 1916 in Toowoomba. Ned was a farmer aged 27 years and 9 months. He gave his next of kin as his mother Annie of Anduramba. He was 5' 9" tall and weighed 150 lbs with grey eyes, medium complexion and dark brown hair.
    He was assigned to the 5/11 Machine Gunners Company and served in France where he was appointed Lance Corporal in France 3 Nov 1917. He was promoted to Temporary Corporal a few days before his death.
  • Edward Cogan (Ned) Kidman died on 15 April 1918 in France at age 29. He was killed instantly by an exploding shell.
  • He was buried in FRANCE.
  • In his will Edward Cogan (Ned) Kidman left all of his property to his brother Ernest Harold Kidman of Yarraman who was also the sole executor.

Ernest Harold Kidman

M, b. 14 August 1890, d. 2 October 1935
  • Ernest Harold Kidman was born on 14 August 1890 in Paupong, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan.
  • Ernest Harold Kidman moved with his parents, Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan to Anduramba in 1908; Their daughter Kate and her husband George Hale had moved firstly to Dalby then to Crow's Nest shortly after their marriage in 1907.
  • On 11 September 1911,Ernest Harold Kidman's father, Samuel Kidman died in Anduramba, Queensland, at age 61.
  • Ernest Harold Kidman appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Anduramba. He was a labourer as was his brother Edward.
  • At the age of 25 years, 10 months and 7 days, Ernest Harold Kidman married Emily Ellen Heale on 21 June 1916 in Queensland.
  • Ernest Harold Kidman was named as a beneficiary of Edward Cogan (Ned) Kidman's will; left all of his property to his brother Ernest Harold Kidman of Yarraman who was also the sole executor.
  • Ernest Harold Kidman died on 2 October 1935 in Queensland at age 45.
  • He was buried on 3 October 1935 in Nanango Cemetery. He was a labourer at the time of his death.

George Wilfred McLeod Kidman

M, b. 28 September 1903, d. 14 June 1946
  • George Wilfred McLeod Kidman was born on 28 September 1903 in Cooma, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan.
  • George Wilfred McLeod Kidman moved with his parents, Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan to Anduramba in 1908; Their daughter Kate and her husband George Hale had moved firstly to Dalby then to Crow's Nest shortly after their marriage in 1907.
  • On 11 September 1911,George Wilfred McLeod Kidman's father, Samuel Kidman died in Anduramba, Queensland, at age 61.
  • George Wilfred McLeod Kidman commenced school at Anduramba State School on 7 May 1912. Charles 10 yr 7 months and George 8 years 8 months. George and Charles in Jan 1915. Another child Margaret Maria aged 16 years 7 monthswas also enrolled. She left in May 1912. They were of the RC faith and their mother was a farmer.
  • On 5 January 1929 "The Courier Mail" reported -
    CROW'S NEST.
    Virginia Sports Ball-The ball held In aid ot the Virginia Publie Hall funds was a record, from all points of view. Only a small charge was made, and the takings totalled over £13. All the districts around were represented. Messrs M Paton and C Rohde supplied the music, while Mr Les Austin had charge of the dance room arrangements. The chocolate waltz was won by Miss I M'Greevy and Mr. G. Kid- man. Refieshments were handed round about midnight, the catering being carr ried out by a ladles' committee. The gross takings of the sports and ball amounted to £77/10/, which should allow of the Sports Club making an excellent profit."
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Anduramba. George was a farmer.
  • At the age of 30 years and 5 months, George Wilfred McLeod Kidman married Myrtle Florence Austin, daughter of George James Austin and Rosanna Werner, on 28 February 1934 in Queensland.
    Wedding of Myrtle Florence Austin and Geoge Wiflred McLeod Kidman 28 February 1934. Bridesmaid Berenice Austin.
  • George Wilfred McLeod Kidman and Myrtle Florence Austin appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Anduramba. George was a farmer.
  • George Wilfred McLeod Kidman died on 14 June 1946 in Anduramba, Queensland, at age 42. George was the local blacksmith. He is said to have picked up his 500lb anvil and put it on the back of his truck. He turned around and died a heart attack.
  • He was buried in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

Isabell Mary Kidman

F, b. 14 June 1892, d. 17 July 1989
  • Isabell Mary Kidman was born on 14 June 1892 in Buckley's Crossing, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan.
  • Isabell Mary Kidman moved with her parents, Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan to Anduramba in 1908; Their daughter Kate and her husband George Hale had moved firstly to Dalby then to Crow's Nest shortly after their marriage in 1907.
  • Not long after arriving at Anduramba, Isabell found employment with the Potts at Nukinenda Station (next to Anduramba.)
  • At the age of 18 years, 2 months and 9 days, Isabell Mary Kidman married John (Jacky) McGreevy, son of Edward McGreevy and Margaret McKee, on 23 August 1910 in Queensland. The couple settled on a property at Anduramba where they ran a small dairy. Jack supplimented the income with his bullock team. For a time Mr and Mrs Baily managed the dairy farm until they retired.
  • Isabell Mary Kidman and John (Jacky) McGreevy appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Anduramba. John was a farmer.
  • Isabell Mary Kidman and John (Jacky) McGreevy appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Anduramba. John was a farmer. Their sons Edward and Ron were also farmers at Anduramba.
  • On 7 February 1952,her husband, John (Jacky) McGreevy died in Queensland at age 65. After his death Isabell continued to work the farm until the early 1960's.
  • Between 1960 and 1986, Isabell Mary Kidman went to live with her widowed daughter Eileen McGreevy at The Hills until Isabell went to be with her daughter Erin in Melbourne.
  • Isabell Mary Kidman died on 17 July 1989 in Kew at age 97.
  • She was buried on 20 July 1989 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

Children of Isabell Mary Kidman and John (Jacky) McGreevy

John Thomas Kidman

M, b. 1883, d. 1956
  • John Thomas Kidman was born in 1883 in New South Wales.
  • He was the son of Samuel Kidman and Ann Cogan.
  • At the age of 29 years, John Thomas Kidman married Olivia Sarah J Rankin in 1912 in New South Wales.
  • John Thomas Kidman died in 1956 in Sutherland, New South Wales.