Leo Wilfred Mackie1

M, b. 1897, d. 1939
  • Leo Wilfred Mackie was born in 1897 in Ballina, New South Wales.1
  • He was the son of James Mackie and Henrietta Johnston.1
  • At the age of 35 years, Leo Wilfred Mackie married Blanche Boyce in 1932 in Queensland.2
  • Leo Wilfred Mackie died in 1939 in Queensland.3

Citations

  1. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Births 29086/1897       MACKIE LEO W ;      JAMES ;       HENRIETTA ; BALLINA.
  2. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Marriage 932/C3276     Mackie     Leo Wilfred;     Boyce     Blanche.
  3. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Death 1939/C4335     Leo Wilfred     Mackie;     James;     Henrietta Johnston.

Ralph Eric Mackie1

M, b. 1896, d. 1978
  • Ralph Eric Mackie was born in 1896 in Lismore, New South Wales.1
  • He was the son of James Mackie and Henrietta Johnston.1
  • At the age of 28 years, Ralph Eric Mackie married Hilda Rockett in 1924 in Newtown, New South Wales.2
  • Ralph, then of Richmond River, applied for probate of estate of his father James Mackie on 25 June 1949.3
  • Ralph Eric Mackie died in 1978 in New South Wales.4

Citations

  1. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Births 4500/1896       MACKIE RALPH E ; JAMES ;HENRIETTA ; LISMORE.
  2. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Marriage 10050/1924 MACKIE RALPH E ; CROCKETT       HILDA ;      NEWTOWN.
  3. Unknown newspaper title, The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954) Saturday 25 June 1949 p 8 Advertising.
  4. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Death 100116/1978 MACKIE RALPH ERIC;       JAMES ;      HENRIETTA.

Raymond J Mackie1

M, b. 1902, d. 1904
  • Raymond J Mackie was born in 1902 in Lismore, New South Wales.1
  • He was the son of James Mackie and Henrietta Johnston.1
  • Raymond J Mackie died in 1904 in Ballina, New South Wales.2

Citations

  1. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Births 32832/1902       MACKIE RAYMOND J ; JAMES ; HENRIETTA ;       LISMORE.
  2. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Death 8423/1904       MACKIE RAYMOND J ; JAMES ; HENRIETTA ;      BALLINA.

Roy James Mackie1

M, b. 1899, d. 1899
  • Roy James Mackie died in 1899 in Lismore, New South Wales. The twins were stillborn.2
  • He was born in 1899 in Ballina, New South Wales. Roy was the older twin of Ruby.1
  • He was the son of James Mackie and Henrietta Johnston.1

Citations

  1. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Births 28206/1899       MACKIE ROY J ; JAMES ; HENRIETTA ; BALLINA.
  2. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Death 2097/1899       MACKIE ROY J      ; JAMES      ; HENRIETTA ;      BALLINA.

Ruby D Mackie1

F, b. 1899, d. 1899
  • Ruby D Mackie died in 1899 in Ballina, New South Wales. The twins were stillborn.2
  • She was born in 1899 in Ballina, New South Wales. Ruby was the younger twin of Roy.1
  • She was the daughter of James Mackie and Henrietta Johnston.1

Citations

  1. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Births 28207/1899       MACKIE RUBY D ; JAMES ;      HENRIETTA ;      BALLINA.
  2. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Death 2098/1899       MACKIE RUBY D ;      JAMES;       HENRIETTA ; BALLINA.

Stella C Mackie1

F, b. 1887

Citations

  1. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Births 17725/1887       MACKIE STELLA C ; JAMES ; HENRIETTA ; ROBERTSON.

Unita A Mackie1

F, b. 1892

Citations

  1. NSW Births Deaths & Marriages Index, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm, Births 19874/1892       MACKIE UNITA A ; JAMES ; HENRIETTA ; LISMORE.

Jessie Edna MacNaught1

F, b. 1910

Citations

  1. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Births 1910/6925     Jessie Edna; John Albert Mackilliam McNaught & Emily Ethel Kingston.

John Albert MacKilliam MacNaught

M, b. circa 1880, d. 1957
  • John Albert MacKilliam MacNaught was born circa 1880.
  • John Albert MacKilliam MacNaught married Emily Ethel Kingston, daughter of Joseph Kingston and Jane Ellen Tonks, on 26 June 1908 in Childers, Queensland.
  • John Albert MacKilliam MacNaught died in 1957 in Queensland.1

Children of John Albert MacKilliam MacNaught and Emily Ethel Kingston

Citations

  1. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Deaths 1957/18757John Albert McKilliam Macnaught;John Macnaught & Jessie Reid.
  2. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Births 1909/6532     John Harold Eric Macnaught;     John Albert Mackilliam McNaught & Emily Ethel Kingston.
  3. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Births 1910/6925     Jessie Edna; John Albert Mackilliam McNaught & Emily Ethel Kingston.

John Harold Eric MacNaught1

M, b. 1909

Citations

  1. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Births 1909/6532     John Harold Eric Macnaught;     John Albert Mackilliam McNaught & Emily Ethel Kingston.

Bridget Madden1

F, b. 10 December 1863, d. 8 August 1942
  • Bridget Madden was born on 10 December 1863 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Thomas MADDEN and Mary SLATTERY.1,2,3
  • At the age of 28 years, 10 months and 16 days, Bridget Madden married James Gleeson, son of Mathew Gleeson and Sarah Walsh, on 26 October 1892 in Queensland.1,4
  • Bridget Madden and James Gleeson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Queen Street, Crow's Nest. James was a teamster.5
  • Bridget Madden and James Gleeson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Crow's Nest. James was a teamster and Bridget carried out home duties.6
  • On 9 January 1919,her husband, James Gleeson died at age 52.2
  • Bridget Madden appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Queen Street, Crow's Nest. She carried out home duties.7
  • Bridget Madden died on 8 August 1942 in Queensland at age 78.2,8
  • She was buried on 10 August 1942 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.2

Children of Bridget Madden and James Gleeson

Citations

  1. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Marriage1892/C1007     Gleeson     James;     Madden     Bridget.
  2. Toowoomba & Drayton Cemetery, online http://ww2.toowoombarc.qld.gov.au/index.php, Crow's Nest Cemetery.
  3. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Birth 1864/C502     Bridget     Madden;     Thomas;     Mary Slattery.
  4. Family People, online http://gdavis.id.au/related/p00172.htm#24543
  5. Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com, Div. Darling Downs - Crow's Nest.
  6. Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com, 1908 Div Darling Downs, Sub Div Crow's Nest.
  7. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Div Darling Downs Sub Div Crow's Nest 1930.
  8. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Death 1942     C3995     Bridget     Gleeson;     Thomas Madden      ;Mary Slattery.
  9. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Birth 1894/C5498     Ileen Mary     Gleeson;     James;     Bridget Madden.
  10. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Birth 1896/C3506     James Matthew     Gleeson;     James;     Bridget Madden.
  11. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Birth 1903/C2755     Kevin Joseph     Gleeson;     James;     Bridget Madden.
  12. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Death 1963/B56565     Mary Jane     Gleeson;     James;     Bridget.

Mary Perpetua Madden1

F, b. 1914, d. 1979

Citations

  1. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Marriage 1934     C2494     Leonard Christian     Wockner;     Mary Perpetua     Madden.
  2. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Death 1979     B97735     Mary Perpetua     Wockner;     James Madden ;     Rose Neale.
  3. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Birth 1914     C6214     Mary Perpetua     ;Madden     James;     Rose Neale.
  4. QLD BDM Index, online http://www.qld.gov.au/law/…, Death 1967     B93360     Leonard Christian     Wockner;     William Christian Wockner      ;Mary Ann Frawley.

William Michael Madden1

M, b. circa 1858
  • William Michael Madden was born circa 1858.1
  • William first came to work at Emu Creek Station in July 1878.2
  • He selected land on 30 October 1884. at Emu Creek - Portion 47, Parish of Djuan - 117 acres.1
    Map showing Portion 47, Parish of Djuan - owned by William Michael Madden
  • In May 1890 William took over as manager of Emu Creek Station from William Brodie who had gone to Toowoomba to work as an auctioneer.2

Citations

  1. Queensland Archives, online http://www.archives.qld.gov.au/downloads/Indexes
  2. Australian Newspapers beta Trove (National Library of Australia), online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/result?q=, Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922) Saturday 5 December 1891 p 4 Article.

Ann Daws Maddern1

F, b. 2 August 1846, d. March 1868
  • Ann Daws Maddern was christened on 2 August 1846 in St Paul Parish, Newlyn, Cornwall, England.
  • She was the daughter of Richard Maddern and Catherine Barnes.
  • At the time of the 30 March 1851 census Ann Daws Maddern was living in the household of Richard Maddern and Catherine Barnes in 138 Brys Square, Newlyn, Cornwall. Richard is shown as being 30 years old, and living with his wife Catherine, and children John 6, Ann 4, Phillis 2, Richard 1 Week, and Richard Maddron aged 21, and Catherine Maddron aged 16 years. All were born in Newlyn.2
  • At the time of the 7 April 1861 census Ann Daws Maddern was living in the household of Richard Maddern and Catherine Barnes in Church Lane, Newlyn, Cornwall. Richard is shown as a 40 year old gardener born St Paul and living with his wife Catherine, son John 16 a gardener, Ann Dawes, 14 scholar, Phillis 12 scholar; Richard, 10, scholar; Samuel Dun, 8, scholar, Catherine 3, scholar.3
  • Her death was recorded with the Penzance, Cornwall Registration District in the March 1868 Quarter . The death registration showed she was 22 years old.4,5
  • Ann Daws Maddern was buried on 27 March 1868 in Paul Churchyard Cemetery.6

Citations

  1. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R).
  2. Cornwall Census Project 1851, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, Transcript of Piece HO107/1918 Folio No 271.
  3. Jenny, "1861 Census Newlyn," e-mail to Audrey, 13 April 2002.
  4. Microfiche; unknown film, MAR QTR 1868.
  5. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl
  6. West Penwich Resources -Paul Burials, online unknown url, 1868 27 Mar Ann Daws Maddern of Newlyn aged 22.

Ann Daws Maddern1

F, b. 27 April 1875, d. 21 December 1966

Ann Dawes Maddern (1875-1966), daughter of Samuel Maddern and Mary Jane Rogers before her marriage to Richard James. Taken c 1895. Photo thanks to Jim Davey
Ann Daw James (nee Maddern). Born 1875 Newlyn Cornwall, died 1966 Hayle Cornwall. Daughter of Samuel Dunn Maddern and Mary Jane Rogers.
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
  • Ann Daws Maddern was born on 27 April 1875 in Newlyn.1,2,3
  • She was the daughter of Samuel Dunn Maddern and Mary Jane Rogers.1
  • At the time of the 3 April 1881 census Ann Daws Maddern was living in the household of Richard Maddern and Catherine Barnes in Church Lane, Newlyn, Cornwall. Richard is shown as a 60 year old market gardener employing his son and a boy on 11 acres, born Newlyn, living with wife Catherine, 59, also born Newlyn, daughters Catherine,single, 23, homework, born Newlyn and Grace, 19 a Millner born Newlyn and granddaughter Ann Daw aged 5 born Newlyn.4
  • At the time of the 5 April 1891 census Ann Daws Maddern was living in the household of Catherine Barnes in Church Lane, Newlyn. Catherine is shown as a 69 year old widow, born Newlyn and living with her unmarried daughter Catherine, 30 born Newlyn, a grocers assistant, and her granddaughter Annie A (should be D) aged 15, a dressmaker born Newlyn.5
  • At the age of 24 years, 10 months and 4 days, Ann Daws Maddern married Richard James 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.6,7
  • Ann Daws Maddern and Richard James 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.8
  • On 25 October 1925,her husband, Richard James died in Hayle, Cornwall.3
  • Ann Daws Maddern died on 21 December 1966 in Phillack Parish, Hayle, Cornwall, at age 91.

Children of Ann Daws Maddern and Richard James

Citations

  1. Cornwall Census 1861, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…
  2. Census 1881 British, online http://www.familysearch.org/eng/Search/frameset_search.asp
  3. Jim Davey, "The Maddern Family."
  4. Cornwall Census Project 1871, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, Transcript of Piece RG10/2338 Folio 71 Page 2.
  5. Cornwall Census 1861, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, Transcript of Piece RG12/1856 Part 4 Enumeration District 7 Civil Parish of Paul, Eccl. Parish of PaulFolio 127 Page 40.
  6. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Marriages Mar 1900 Maddern Ann Daws Penzance 5c 329 James Richard Penzance 5c 329.
  7. West Penwich Resources - Marriages, online http://west-penwith.org.uk/wpenmar.htm, 1900-1905.
  8. British Census 1911, online http://www.ancestry.com

Ann Harvey Maddern1

F, b. 30 April 1826
  • Ann Harvey Maddern was baptized on 30 April 1826 in Paul Church, Penzance, Cornwall.1
  • She was the daughter of John Maddern and Ann Harvey.1
  • At the time of the 7 June 1841 census Ann Harvey Maddern was living in the household of John Maddern and Grace Dunn Gill in Church Lane, Newlyn, Cornwall. John is shown as a 55 year old farmer, living with his wife Grace, Richard 20, and an Ann Madron 15 who is shown as an apprentice farmer (Perhaps she is a daughter but there is no record of a baptism of an Ann, daughter of John & Grace. There is a record of Ann Harvey Maddern, baptised 30 Apr 1826, daughter of John Maddern & Ann Harvey.)2

Citations

  1. Paul Baptisms 1813-1859; unknown film.
  2. Cornwall Census - 1841, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, HO107/143 (LDS Film number 241265) Enumeration District 18 Book 9 Folio 39 Page 23.

Catherine Maddern

F, b. 24 September 1837, d. 23 October 1879
  • Catherine Maddern was born on 24 September 1837 in Newlyn, Cornwall, England.1,2,3
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Maddern and Priscilla Lower.
  • Catherine Maddern was christened on 8 October 1837 in Paul Parish, Cornwall, England.3
  • At the time of the 7 June 1841 census Catherine Maddern was living in the household of Thomas Maddern and Priscilla Lower in North Place, Newlyn. Thomas is shown as a 25 year old gardener living with his wife Prisiller 30 and daughters Catherine 3 and Maryann 2. All were born in Cornwall. The surname was spelt MADRON.4
  • At the time of the 30 March 1851 census Catherine Maddern was living in the household of Thomas Maddern and Priscilla Lower in Church Lane, Newlyn, Cornwall. Thomas, the family head, was shown as a 35 year old farmer of 8 acres employing 1 labourer, born Paul. He was living with his wife Priscilla aged 40, born St Mawes and his six children Catherine 13, Mary Ann 11, Grace 9, Priscilla 7, Thomas 5 and John 3. All the older children were scholars and all the children were born in Paul.5
  • On 1 July 1854,Catherine Maddern's mother, Priscilla Lower died in Newlyn, Cornwall, at age 47. Of her children Catherine, the oldest was 17 and John, the baby of the family only 6. No doubt the older girls had a great influence both John and 8 year old Thomas junior in their early years.6
  • At the time of the 7 April 1861 census Catherine Maddern was living in the household of Thomas Maddern in Fore Street, Newlyn, Cornwall. Thomas sen, the household head, was a 44 year old widower, agent to export ?brocolia (illegible), born Newlyn, St Paul and living with his unmarried daughters Catherine, 23, housekeeper; Mary Ann, 21, assistant housekeeper; Grace 19, assistant housework; Priscilla 17, dressmaker; Thomas, son, 15 scholar; John, son, 13 scholar. The surname was spelt MADDRON.7,8
  • Catherine Maddern witnessed the marriage of Charles Barnes and Mary Ann Maddern on 1 January 1862 in Paul, Newlyn, Cornwall, England; The marriage record shows they were married by banns. Charles Varbes (incorrect spelling), 22 was a gardener of Stable Hobba (Father: Benjamin Barnes, Gardener). Mary Ann Maddern 22 was of Newlyn (Father: Thomas Maddern, Agent). Witnesses to the marriage were Thomas Maddern, Catherine Maddern.9
  • At the age of 24 years, 3 months and 25 days, Catherine Maddern married Thomas Williams, son of William Williams and Amelia Rodda, on 18 January 1862 in Paul, Newlyn, Cornwall, England. They were married by Banns. Thomas Williams 26 was a Sailor of Newlyn (Father: William Williams, Fisherman) and Catherine Maddern 24 was also of Newlyn (Father: Thomas Maddern, Agent). Witnesses were Thomas Maddern, Grace Maddern.9
  • Catherine Maddern immigrated circa 1868. to Moreton Bay, with husband Thomas and children.
  • Catherine Maddern died on 23 October 1879 in Crow's Nest, Queensland, at age 42.10
  • She was buried on 24 October 1879 in Toowoomba & Drayton Cemetery. Church of England Section 19-27:C7. Her headstone, and that of her sister Mary Ann were said to be erected by their brother John. A memorial to the sisters has also been added to the headstone of their parents, Thomas and Priscilla Maddern in the Paul Churchyard, Penzance.
    Gravestones of Mary Ann Barnes and Catherine Williams - Toowoomba and Drayton Cemetery.
    This inscription appears on the gravestone of Priscilla and Thomas Maddern, parents of Catherine Williams and Mary Ann Barnes in the Paul Cholera Cemetery, Penzance Cornwall.
  • The Methodist Church in Crow's Nest erected memorial plaques to early Crow's Nest Pioneers on the Church building and fence.Thomas and Catherine's names were amongst them.11
    Pioneer Plaque to Thomas and Catherine Williams - Crow's Nest Methodist Church

Children of Catherine Maddern and Thomas Williams

Citations

  1. Catherine Maddern entry, Birth Certificate 218742 (1862).
  2. Microfiche; unknown film, Dec Qtr 1837: Vol IX Page 167.
  3. Paul Baptisms 1813-1859; unknown film.
  4. Cornwall Census - 1841, http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…
  5. Cornwall Census Project 1851, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, HO 107/1918 Folio 357 (ED Ih Paul).
  6. Paul Burial Registers 1813-1901, online http://west-penwith.org.uk/paulbur1.htm, 4 Jul Priscilla Maddern of Newlyn aged 46.
  7. Jenny, "1861 Census Newlyn," e-mail to Audrey, 13 April 2002.
  8. Cornwall Census 1861, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, RG9/1592 Folio 49 Page 22.
  9. West Penwich Resources - Marriages, online http://west-penwith.org.uk/wpenmar.htm, Paul Marriage Register 1813-1905.
  10. QLD, BDM Index, online https://www.bdm.qld.gov.au/IndexSearch/BirIndexQry.m, 1879/002235.
  11. Unknown subject Photograph, 2012.

Catherine Jane Maddern1

F, b. 21 February 1858, d. March 1915
  • Catherine Jane Maddern was christened on 21 February 1858 in St Paul Parish, Newlyn, Cornwall, England.2
  • She was the daughter of Richard Maddern and Catherine Barnes.
  • At the time of the 7 April 1861 census Catherine Jane Maddern was living in the household of Richard Maddern and Catherine Barnes in Church Lane, Newlyn, Cornwall. Richard is shown as a 40 year old gardener born St Paul and living with his wife Catherine, son John 16 a gardener, Ann Dawes, 14 scholar, Phillis 12 scholar; Richard, 10, scholar; Samuel Dun, 8, scholar, Catherine 3, scholar.3
  • At the time of the 2 April 1871 census Catherine Jane Maddern was living in the household of Richard Maddern and Catherine Barnes in Church Lane, Newyn. Richard was shown as the 50 year old head, a gardener of 11 acres of land, living with his wife Catherine 49 and their children John unmarried at 27, a gardener, Phillis 22 a gardeners daughter, Richard 20, a gardener, Samuel D, 18 a gardener, Catherine J 13 a scholar and Grace aged 9 also a scholar. All were born in Newlyn.4
  • Catherine Jane Maddern witnessed the marriage of Phillis Maddern and William Henry Thomas on 18 September 1876 in Paul Church, Cornwall; They were married by Banns, William was a full age railway porter of Penzance (father Henry Thomas a farmer). Phillis was a full age spinster of Paul (father Richard Maddern farmer). Witnesses to the marriage were Richard Maddern and Catherine Jane Maddern.5,6,7
  • Catherine Jane Maddern witnessed the marriage of John Maddern and Elizabeth Annie Warren on 10 April 1878 in Madron Church, Cornwall; The marriage details show - 10 Apr 1878 by Banns John Maddern 33 Gardener of St. Paul (Father: Richard Maddern, Gardener) Elizabeth Annie Warren 25 of Madron (Father: Charles Warren, Gamekeeper) Witnesses: Charles Warren, Catharine Maddern.8
  • At the time of the 3 April 1881 census Catherine Jane Maddern was living in the household of Richard Maddern and Catherine Barnes in Church Lane, Newlyn, Cornwall. Richard is shown as a 60 year old market gardener employing his son and a boy on 11 acres, born Newlyn, living with wife Catherine, 59, also born Newlyn, daughters Catherine,single, 23, homework, born Newlyn and Grace, 19 a Millner born Newlyn and granddaughter Ann Daw aged 5 born Newlyn.9
  • At the time of the 5 April 1891 census Catherine Jane Maddern was living in the household of Catherine Barnes in Church Lane, Newlyn. Catherine is shown as a 69 year old widow, born Newlyn and living with her unmarried daughter Catherine, 30 born Newlyn, a grocers assistant, and her granddaughter Annie A (should be D) aged 15, a dressmaker born Newlyn.10
  • Catherine Jane Maddern and Muriel Colette Cotton appeared on the census of 2 April, 1911 in Church Lane, Newlyn. Murial is shown as a 15 year old, born Newlyn, living with her aunt Catherine Anne Maddern, a 50 year old grocer born Newlyn.11
  • Her death was recorded with the Bodmin,Cornwall Registration District in the March 1915 Quarter.12

Citations

  1. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R).
  2. International Genealogy Index, online http://www.familysearch.org/, Batch No.: C023411.
  3. Jenny, "1861 Census Newlyn," e-mail to Audrey, 13 April 2002.
  4. Cornwall Census Project 1871, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…
  5. Cornwall Online Census 1881, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…
  6. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Marriages Sep 1876 THOMAS, William Henry MADDERN Phillis Penzance 5c 388.
  7. West Penwich Resources - Marriages, online http://west-penwith.org.uk/wpenmar.htm, 1875-1879.
  8. West Penwich Resources - Marriages, online http://west-penwith.org.uk/wpenmar.htm
  9. Cornwall Census Project 1871, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, Transcript of Piece RG10/2338 Folio 71 Page 2.
  10. Cornwall Census 1861, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, Transcript of Piece RG12/1856 Part 4 Enumeration District 7 Civil Parish of Paul, Eccl. Parish of PaulFolio 127 Page 40.
  11. British Census 1911, online http://www.1911census.co.uk/
  12. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Deaths Mar 1915 Maddern      Catherine J      56      Bodmin      5c     109.

Charles Henry Maddern1,2

M, b. 29 January 1882, d. March 1946
  • Charles Henry Maddern was born in Newlyn.1
  • He was baptized on 29 January 1882 in Paul Church, Cornwall. His parents were living at Paul Hill.1,2,3
  • He was the son of John Maddern and Elizabeth Annie Warren.4
  • At the time of the 5 April 1891 census Charles Henry Maddern was living in the household of John Maddern and Elizabeth Annie Warren in Meadow, Newlyn. John senior is shown as a 47 year old dairyman, born Newlyn and living with his wife, Elizabeth, aged 38 born Madron, and their children: John, a 10 year old scholar; Chas H an 9 year old scholar; Elizabeth M aged 6,Richard aged 5, and James P aged 3. All the children were born in Newlyn.5
  • Charles Henry Maddern appeared on the census of 31 March 1901 in Glamorganshire, Wales.6
  • His marriage, at 23 years and 10 months, to Rosanna Smith was registered in the December 1905 Quarter in Pontypridd, Glamorganshire Registration District.7
  • Charles Henry Maddern and Rosanna Smith appeared on the census of 2 April, 1911 in 15 Bryn Terrace, Wattstown, Glamorganshire. Charles 28, was shown as a smith striker (above ground) for a coal mine. He had been born in Cornwall and had been married to Rosanna for 5 years with three children. Rosanna was 25, born Ynishir, Glamorgan. Their three children Elizabeth Maud 4, Margaret 2 and Thomas John 7 months were all born in Wattstown.
    Martha Mary Smith 10, born Wattstown was a visitor to the house and George Henry Word, 24, a miner's labour born Birmingham lived with them. He was listed as a step brother.8
  • Her marriage, at 64 years and 1 month, to an unknown person was registered in the March 1946 Quarter in the Barnet, London Registration District.9

Children of Charles Henry Maddern and Rosanna Smith

Citations

  1. Cornwall Census 1861, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…
  2. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Births Mar 1882 Maddern Charles Henry Penzance 5c 264.
  3. Paul Baptisms - West Penwith Resources, online http://west-penwith.org.uk/paulbap5.htm, 29 Jan Chaarles Henry c/o John (Gardener) & Elizabeth Maddern of Paul Hill.
  4. Cornwall Census 1861, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…,.


  5. Cornwall Census 1861, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, Transcript of Piece RG12/1856 Folio 97 Page 9.
  6. Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com, geddyb1 - The Maddern Family Tree.
  7. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Marriages Dec 1905 ;GRAVES Gertrude Alice; MADDERN Charles Henry ;SMITH      Rosanna      ; Pontypridd;11a     ;912.     
  8. British Census 1911, online http://www.ancestry.com
  9. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Deaths Mar 1946 ;Maddern      Charles H      ;Barnet ;     3a ;     1396.
         

Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern1

M, b. 17 July 1887, d. 12 July 1969

Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern (1887-1969) and Alice Ann Gillies (1891-1977). Taken C 1965.
  • Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern was born on 17 July 1887 in Jubilee Vale, Emu Creek, Crow's Nest, Queensland. Nurse - Mrs Cooper. Registered 12 September 1887 by John Maddern of Jubilee Vale, Emu Creek.2
  • He was the son of John Maddern and Mary Ann Cossart.
  • Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern commenced school on 19 July 1892 at Crow's Nest State School. at the age of 5 years and two days. According to the school records his address was Crow's Nest and his father was a grazier. His religion was given as O.D. (Other Demonimation ?). He left Crow's Nest school in October 1894. A new school, Moss View, had been built on land donated by Frank Gillies, at Djuan up the road from the present Emu Creek Hall.3
    The Mossview School was built on land donated to the Education Department by Frank Gillies. Maddern and Gillies children attended the school, and Egbert Maddern and Alice Gillies are most likely in this photograph.
  • On 1 January 1899 Michael Wecker was paying 12 pound a year for the selection - Portion 43V at Emu Creek (640acres) and was in his 7th year. This land was later purchased by Egbert Maddern.4
  • Egbert and his brother Orlando became engaged in the timber industry around Emu Creek. Orlando told of how they both became the owner of a bullock team in the book "The Bullockies"
    "About the year 1901, Filshie and Broadfoot, saw-millers and timber merchants of Toowoomba, erected a mill at Emu Creek close to my father's dairy farm. They commenced operations by cutting hoop pine from their scrub property in this area, and they also had the right to cut pine from the state Forests on the range from Cooyar to Blackbutt. Shortly after the mill began working my father bought a team of twelve bullocks and that was when I became a bullock driver.
    After a year or so we bought some young bullocks and broke them in. This made up another team, and my brother began driving it. Eventually we sold off the old bullocks so now we each had a young team, and we took a great pride in the young animals."5
  • This photo of the Emu Creek (Mossview) Cricket Team was around 1910. Thomas and Amand Broadfoot sponsored the team and it is thought that they are the couple in the middle front of the photo. Their son James is sitting on his father's knee.6
  • At the age of 23 years, 6 months and 29 days, Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern married Alice Ann Gillies, daughter of Francis Gillies and Mary Robinson, on 15 February 1911 in Emu Creek, Crow's Nest, Queensland. It was a double wedding with Alice's sister Jessie Jane and James Perkins held at the home of Frank and Mary Gillies.7
    Egbert Thomas Spenser Lower Maddern and Alice Ann Gillies on their wedding day 15 February 1911 at the house of Frank and Mary Gillies
  • When Egbert and Alice Gillies were married the family may have taken the opportunity to have some photos taken on the verandah of "Jubilee Vale."
    The four eldest children of John and Mary Ann Maddern. The photo may have been taken at the time of Egbert marriage to Alice Gillies and February 1911. Orlando aged 27, Ruby aged 15, Olive aged 17 and Egbert aged 24.
  • Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern provided music for a dance held for the Mossview Cricket Club in September 1911. The Brisbane Courier reported on 17 Sep 1911 - The following officers have been elected in connection with the Moss View Cricket Club (Emu Creek ) President Mr. H Gillies vice-president. Mr J Patch secretary Mr O Maddern selection committee. Messrs H. Gillies Maddern and J. Patch. A successful dance in aid of the club was held last Friday night Mr H. Gillies had charge of the dancing and the music was supplied by Messrs Maddern Brothers, J Patch and E Luxford.8
  • He purchased 160 acres of land from John Barnes. John Barnes sold all of his properties at Emu Creek when he left the district. The Darling Downs Gazette reported the outcome on 23 March 1912 " The auction of John Barnes, Emu Creek selections, was a great success. 'Redmond's Block' 640 acres, was sold to H. Graham, 'Station Block' 640 acres, to John Breydon, 'Sexton's Block' 160 acres, to John Maddern, and 'Rhodes Block' 160 acress, to Egbert Maddern. The sale was conducted by Mr. Ray White, and was one of the most successful sales hold for a long time."9
  • In 1913 he owned 325 acres of land at Emu Creek, and was paying rates to Crows Nest Shire. This is most likely the land on which he and Alice built their home up in the scrub paddock some five or six miles from the home of his parents at "Jubilee Vale."10
  • Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern and Alice Ann Gillies had eight children, between 1911 and 1926
    children.
  • On 3 February 1914 Egbert was nominated for the Jubilee Vale State School Committee, even though he only had two children not yet old enought to attend school, along with John Maddern (chairman), Orlando Maddern, Secretary, William Gregory Bidgood (Treasurer) John McRae, Thomas Patch, and Albert James Bidgood. The children of these families were attending the Mossview School until the new school opened. The land for the new school had been donated to the Education Department by Egbert and Orlando's mother Mary Ann just before her death in 1912.11

  • On 9 March 1923 Egbert met with an accident. A report of the accident appeared in "The Courier Mail" the next day. " TOOWOOMBA, Riding Accident-About 1.40 am yesterday the Ambulance Brigade was called to Emu Creek to attend to Egbert Maddern (aged 35 years , a married man, a teamster residing at Emu Creek. He was riding a horse, and unaware that a new wire gate had been erected across the road recently, he crashed into it. He received a contused right eye, was lacerated on the face, sustained bruises to the light shoulder, chest, both thighs, the left knee, both hands, and concussion. The Ambulance Brigade brought him in to a private hospital.12 "
  • Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern and Alice Ann Gillies appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1934 living at Emu Creek, Crow's Nest, Queensland. Egbert was a teamster and Alice carried out home duties.13
  • Between 11 October 1926 and 15 October 1926 the Maddern house burnt down. "A daughter recalled, "The house was up near Reg's barn. It was about 1926; Mum was away with Granddad (John Maddern). My little sister had been crawling on the verandah and got a splinter in her leg. Mum had to take her to the doctor. My older sister was at home and she put a log in stove, it was too long and the door would not close. A tea towel was hanging across the stove and it must have caught light. She went down stairs to play with my younger brother who was two. My oldest sister was at home too, but went to make sure the cattle had water. Dad was working over the hill with another man and saw the smoke. The children playing outside didn't know the house was on fire. The man threw one drawer out of the window and that was all that was saved. It was a two story house and the car was underneath, and Oldsmobile or Huppmobile. It was Dad's first car. He managed to save the car. My oldest brother Bill was away at boarding school at Grammar. My sister and I were very concerned about our "celluloid" dolls that they had received for Christmas. We used to walk to school at Jubilee Vale, sometimes ride. We came home to find the house on fire. After the fire all our belongings were lost, only the car and the clothes we had on remained. We went to live with Granddad in Crow's Nest (opposite the old racetrack up on a hill). Dad was angry that his children had to go to school in sandshoes. Orlando owned "Glenmore: and sold it to Dad when he moved to Stanthorpe. Dad added some rooms to make space for the children, Orlando only had four. Dad had planned to send us all away to Boarding school but couldn't afford to after the fire."
    According to another source, the house burnt down at the beginning of the week that Ida Hayden (daughter of William Gregory Bidgood, died. Since she died on 15 October, the house most likely burnt down between the 11th and 13th of October 1926. The old barn and some other stumps can still be seen where the house and other buildings once stood.14,15,16
    "Glenmore". The house was owned by Orlando and Emily Maddern, until about 1926/7. Alice and Egbert moved into the house after theirs had burnt down in October 1926. Photo taken c 1942.
  • On 3 October 1929 Percy Hadyen was farwelled from Emu Creek at the Maddern residence. The Courier Mail reported:- "Farewell.- On October 3 there was large and representative gathering of friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Madden (sic), Emu Creek, for the farewell tendered to Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hayden. Mr. Hayden, who for seven years had been head teacher of the Jubilee Vale State School, was notified recently of his transfer to Acland. Mr. Hayden was presented with an illustrated address, and later both he and Mrs. Hayden wore the recipients of an eight-day clock and a wallet of notes on behalf of the residents."17
  • The Emu Creek Hall was officially opened on 7 March 1931. As was customary, much of the material needed for its erection was donated by the local people. The minute book of the time showed that Egbert Maddern had donated two loads of logs towards the materials for the construction as did many other locals. It can be assumed that the loads referred to were bullock wagon loads of approxminately 3500 to 4000 super feet. Blocks were donated by W. Gillies. Likewise much of the labour was on a voluntary basis with E Maddern donating 6 days, L Bidgood 2 days, W Maddern 2 days, and J Kelly 2. Others of the community also donated their time.18
  • Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern and Alice Ann Gillies appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1937 living at Emu Creek, Crow's Nest, Queensland. Egbert was a teamster and Alice carried out home duties. Their two eldest children were shown as still living with them.19
  • A son-in-law told this story - I was working for Egbert about 1939, and secretly trained my dog on Egbert's calves. Eggy's dog "Red" was not too good with cattle. On a drive to Tooloogalwah my dog proved much more useful and Eggy was in despair. When they reached Tooloogawah and let the cattle into the railway yards, they tired up their horses near the Station and went for lunch at the pub. They were there for sometime when the stationmaster came into the pub enquiring as to who owned the horses tied up at the Station. Eggy and I owned up and on asking why they were told that " the Bloody Red dog won't let me into the building".... Eggy was proud at last of RED.16
  • Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern and Alice Ann Gillies appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Emu Creek. Egbert was a farmer/teamster.20
  • In September 1954
    A photograph of all of the Maddern children appeared in the local paper in September 1954. The article under the photo read:- "The Maddern family, "three boys and three girls", with their wives and husbands, held a reunion dinner in Queen's Park kiosk on Saturday on the occasion of Mr and Mrs O Maddern's forty-second wedding anniversary. The "boys" and "girls" are the children of the late John Maddern, Cornish-born farmer who died in 1933 and who took up land in the Crow's Nest District 74 years ago. Front (left to right) Mrs G J Wittaker, Mr Wittaker, Mrs E Maddern, Mr E Maddern, Mrs F Trost and Mr Trost. Back (left to right) Mrs J Maddern, Mr J Maddern, Mrs J W Bidgood, Mr Bidgood, Mr O Maddern, and Mrs O Maddern."21
    A reunion held in September 1954 of the Maddern siblings. Front LtoR Lucy & Gwilyn Whittaker, Alice & Egbert Maddern, Ruby & Fred Trost. Back LtoR Nell & Jack Maddern, Olive & Bill Bidgood,Orlando & Emily Maddern
  • Egbert had diabetes. A daughter recalled:- "Dad was a diabetic and injected himself in the stomach daily. Eventually he couldn't drive and was determined that Mum drive to Theodore. She was not a very good driver and during one session in Toowoomba near Mary's house, she almost hit a power pole. They then moved to Albert Street in Crow's Nest but she didn't drive much."16
  • On 4 February 1961 a party to celebrate Egbert and Alice's Golden Wedding Anniversary was held.
  • Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern was retired on 6 May 1962 and moved from Emu Creek to in 11 Albert Street, Crow's Nest; A farewell party was held for them at Emu Creek.
  • In 1963 his son, was negotiating to buy the land given to the Education Department by his grandmother Mary Ann Maddern for site of the "Jubilee Vale" school. The land had originally been part of the 640 acres owned by Mary Ann, and subsequently John Maddern, Alice Maddern then Dave. Egbert wrote the following letter to the department of Education. "We the undersigned beneficiaries in the Will of our father John Maddern (deceased) who died on the 14th October 1933 wish the Jubilee Vale State School site to be transferred to Mr D H Maddern who now owns portion 27 Parish of Djuan from which the school site was donated. We also wish to grant the Director-General of Education to obtain a copy of the late John Maddern's will from the Title's Office, Brisbane.

    Signed

    E Maddern Albert St, Crow's Nest
    OPC Maddern 98 Brighton Tce, Sandgate.
    John V D Maddern 30 Barcus Street, Goomeri
    PSOM Bidgood The Pines, Miles
    RAM Trost MS 189 Kingaroy
    Lucy I P Whittaker PO Box 36 Chinchilla.22
    "
  • On 10 May 1963 Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern and Alice Ann Gillies lived in Albert Street, Crow's Nest, Queensland.23
  • Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern died on 12 July 1969 in Crow's Nest, Queensland, at age 81.
  • He was buried on 14 July 1969 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.
    Gravestone of Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern and Alice Ann Maddern - Crows Nest Cemetery

Children of Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower Maddern and Alice Ann Gillies

Citations

  1. CE Cossart, "History of the Cossart and Allied Families."
  2. QLD, BDM Index, online https://www.bdm.qld.gov.au/IndexSearch/BirIndexQry.m, Birth 1887/C4310     Egbert Thomas Spencer Tower     Maddern     John     Mary Ann Cossart.
  3. Print from Microfiche; Crows Nest State School.
  4. S.D, "E-mail - Wecker Family," e-mail to Audrey, oct 2012.
  5. L Braden, "Bullockies."
  6. Unknown subject Photograph.
  7. QLD, BDM Index, online https://www.bdm.qld.gov.au/IndexSearch/BirIndexQry.m, Marriage 1911/C3032 Gillies     Alice Ann;     Maddern     Egbert Thomas Spencer Lower.
  8. Unknown newspaper title, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Monday 18 September 1911 p 10 Article.
  9. Australian Newspapers beta Trove (National Library of Australia), online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/result?q=, Darling Downs Gazette (Qld. : 1881 - 1922) Saturday 23 March 1912 Page 7.
  10. Highfields/Crows Nest Shire Council, Rates Book Crows Nest Shire, 1913 Edition.
  11. Letter, Egbert Maddern to Department Public Instructions, Brisbane The Undersecretary, 3 Feb 1914.
  12. Australian Newspapers beta Trove (National Library of Australia), online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/result?q=, The Courier Mai 9 March 1923.
  13. Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com, Div Darling Downs; Sub Div Crow's Nest 1925-1934.
  14. Print from Microfiche; Crows Nest State School.
  15. Interview, Ivy Maddern, 2001.
  16. Interview, VA, October 1999.
  17. Australian Newspapers beta Trove (National Library of Australia), online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/result?q=, The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933) Tuesday 8 October 1929 p 25 Article.
  18. Unknown, "Emu Creek Hall Golden Jubilee."
  19. Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com, Div Darling Downs; Sub Div Crow's Nest 1937.
  20. Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com, Div Darling Downs Sub Div Crow's Nest 1943.
  21. Di Suttle, "Photograph & Details of Maddern reunion."
  22. Letter, David Maddern to Department of Education, 16/2/1962.
  23. Letter, Florence Henderson to Audrey Chambers, 26 May 2009.

Elizabeth Maddern

F, b. 24 June 1785
  • Elizabeth Maddern was baptized on 24 June 1785 in Paul Parish, Cornwall, England.1,2
  • She was the daughter of John Maddern and Elizabeth Leah.

Citations

  1. Gordon K Cotton website, online http://www.cottonfamilygenealogy.net/
  2. International Genealogy Index, online http://www.familysearch.org/, Batch No C053401, Source Cell # 226178.

Elizabeth Maud Maddern1,2

F, b. 3 August 1884, d. December 1935
  • Elizabeth Maud Maddern was born in Newlyn.3
  • She was baptized on 3 August 1884 in Paul, Cornwall.4,5
  • She was the daughter of John Maddern and Elizabeth Annie Warren.
  • At the time of the 5 April 1891 census Elizabeth Maud Maddern was living in the household of John Maddern and Elizabeth Annie Warren in Meadow, Newlyn. John senior is shown as a 47 year old dairyman, born Newlyn and living with his wife, Elizabeth, aged 38 born Madron, and their children: John, a 10 year old scholar; Chas H an 9 year old scholar; Elizabeth M aged 6,Richard aged 5, and James P aged 3. All the children were born in Newlyn.6
  • At the time of the 31 March 1901 census Elizabeth Maud Maddern was living in the household of John Maddern and Elizabeth Annie Warren in Newlyn. John is a 55 year old market gardener, born Paul, living with his wife Elizabeth, 47 born Madron; and son John, a 20 year old gardener, born Paul; Elizabeth 20 years, born Paul; Richard a 16 year old born Paul; and James, aged 13 born Paul.7
  • At the age of 25 years, 1 month and 4 days, Elizabeth Maud Maddern married John Bennetts Triggs, son of Henry Love Kelynack Triggs and Annie Warren, on 7 September 1909 in Paul Church, Cornwall.
  • Elizabeth Maud Maddern and John Bennetts Triggs appeared on the census of 2 April, 1911 in Bella Vista, Highfields, Jack Lane, Newlyn, Cornwall. John was shown as a 27 year old contract carpenter born Newlyn. He was living with his wife Elizabeth, 26 of 1 1/2 years, also born Newlyn. There were no children.8
  • Her marriage, at 51 years and 3 months, to an unknown person was registered in the December 1935 Quarter in the Barnet, Middlesex Registration District.9

Child of Elizabeth Maud Maddern and John Bennetts Triggs

Citations

  1. Cornwall Census 1861, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…,.


  2. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Marriages Sep 1909 Eliza Maud Maddern, John Bennetts Triggs.
  3. Cornwall Census 1861, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…
  4. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Births Sep 1884 Maddern Elizabeth Maud Penzance 5c 260.
  5. Paul Baptisms - West Penwith Resources, online http://west-penwith.org.uk/paulbap5.htm, 1884 3 Aug Elizabeth Maude c/o John (Gardener) & Elizabeth Annie Maddern of Newlyn.
  6. Cornwall Census 1861, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, Transcript of Piece RG12/1856 Folio 97 Page 9.
  7. British Census 1901, online http://www.1901censusonline.com/
  8. British Census 1911, online http://www.ancestry.com
  9. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Deaths Dec 1935 Triggs      Elizabeth M;      51;      Barnet     ; 3a     572.
  10. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Births Sep 1913 Triggs Elizabeth A Maddern      Penzance      5c     391.

Elizabeth Maud Maddern1

F, b. 1907
  • Elizabeth Maud Maddern was born in 1907 in Wattstown, Glamorgan, Wales.1
  • She was the daughter of Charles Henry Maddern and Rosanna Smith.1
  • At the time of the 1911 census Elizabeth Maud Maddern was living in the household of Charles Henry Maddern and Rosanna Smith in 15 Bryn Terrace, Wattstown, Glamorganshire. Charles 28, was shown as a smith striker (above ground) for a coal mine. He had been born in Cornwall and had been married to Rosanna for 5 years with three children. Rosanna was 25, born Ynishir, Glamorgan. Their three children Elizabeth Maud 4, Margaret 2 and Thomas John 7 months were all born in Wattstown.
    Martha Mary Smith 10, born Wattstown was a visitor to the house and George Henry Word, 24, a miner's labour born Birmingham lived with them. He was listed as a step brother.1

Citations

  1. British Census 1911, online http://www.ancestry.com

Elizabeth May Maddern1

F, b. September 1901

Elizabeth May Maddern (May) daughter of Thomas Maddern and Elizabeth Abraham. The back of the photo is inscribed with "To Jack and Lucy from your Cousin May" - taken about 1915
Thomas and Elizabeth Maddern and their daughter Elizabeth May (known as May). Taken about 1910.
  • Elizabeth May Maddern was also known as May. She signed the back of a photo that she had sent to her cousin Jack Maddern -"from your cousin May."2
  • She was born in September 1901 in Bristol, Gloucestershire.1
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Maddern and Elizabeth Unknown.1
  • At the time of the 1911 census Elizabeth May Maddern was living in the household of Thomas Maddern and Elizabeth Unknown in 11 Chancery Street, Bristol, Gloucestershire. Thomas 65, was shown as a carpenter or joiner in the building trade born Paul. He had been married to Elizabeth, 56 for 10 years. She was born in Moris Down, Devon. Living with them were Elizabeth May aged 9, a scholar born St Phillips, Bristol and three of Elizabeth's children, Ada Amor Abraham aged 28, born St Michaels Bristol and working as a faster? in a boot factory, Marina Bessie Abraham, 26, born St Michaels Bristol, a packer in a cocoa factory and Gertrude Margaret Abraham, 24, a porter in a tobacco factory, born St Michales Bristol.3,4
  • His marriage, at 26 years and 9 months, to Francis A Hill was registered in the June 1928 Quarter in the Bristol, Gloucestershire Registration District.5

Citations

  1. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Births Sep 1901 Maddern Elizabeth May Bristol      6a 118.
  2. Elizabeth May Maddern - signed "from your cousin May" Photograph; unknown repository.
  3. British Census 1911, online http://www.1911census.co.uk/
  4. Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com, 1911 Census.
  5. FreeBMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/cgi/search.pl, Marriages Jun 1928 (>99%) Hill Francis A ; Maddern Elizabeth; Bristol6a335.      

Emma J Maddern

F, b. 1871

George Edward Maddern1

M, b. 29 August 1915, d. 8 July 2000

George Maddern (1915-2000), son of Orlando Maddern and Emily Bidgood.
  • George Edward Maddern was born on 29 August 1915 in Crow's Nest, Queensland.2
  • He was the son of Orlando Penzance Cossart Maddern and Emily Dora Bidgood.
  • George Edward Maddern and James Gregory Maddern appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1936 living at Wangaratta Road, Stanthorpe. James was a motor truck driver and George a saw mill hand. They lived with their parents. Their father Orlando ran a sawmill.3
  • He was a keen sportsman and represented the Queensland Colts in 1937/38. He was a right hand batsman and right arm medium pace bowler.4
  • In 1940 George worked for Norm Crisp, owner of Crisp's Transport until the war. After the war George returned home and bought the transport business from Norm Crisp.

    Both George and Jim played cricket at State Level, George also being a keen golfer.

    George states he was 9 years old when his father and mother shifted to Stanthorpe. The house they lived in at Emu Creek "Glenmore" may have been rented until Egbert and his family came to live in it after their house burnt down in 1926. When he was 36 he moved his transport business to Brisbane.5
  • George Edward Maddern appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1943 and 1949 living at Wangaratta Road, Stanthorpe. He was shown as a sawmill hand.6
  • He enlisted in the Australian Army on 9 July 1943. He joined at Rockhampton, his record number was QX55570 and he gave his next of kin as Evelyn Maddern. He was living at Stanthorpe at the time he enlisted. During the war he was statione in the Atherton Tableland in the AIF 9th Division, in the Intelligence Section. He never saw active duty but was given a Citation. George applied to join the airforce with his brother Jim, but was turned down because of Colour blindness as was Jim. He was discharged on 29 October 1945 with the rank of Sergeant in the Queensland L of C Area Bipod.7,8,9
  • He owned and operated "Crisp" Transport in Stanthorpe & Brisbane.8
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1972 and 1977 living at 23 Lassiter Street, Kedron. He was a carrier.10
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1980 living at 1/14 Montpelier Street, Clayfield.11
  • In 2000 George Edward Maddern lived in Burpengary, Queensland.
  • He died on 8 July 2000 in Caboolture Hospital, Caboolture, Queensland, at age 84 years, 10 months and 9 days due to complications following amputation of toes due to gangrene.
  • He was buried on 13 July 2000 in Pinaroo Lawn Cemetery, Queensland. Portion 1E Plot 15 together with his father, Orlando.12

Citations

  1. CE Cossart, "History of the Cossart and Allied Families."
  2. QLD, BDM Index, online https://www.bdm.qld.gov.au/IndexSearch/BirIndexQry.m, Birth Ref 1915/001894.
  3. Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com, Div Maranoa; Sub Div Stanthorpe 1936.
  4. Queensland Cricket, online http://www.cricketarchive.com/Queensland
  5. Interview, George Edward Maddern, 2000.
  6. Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com, Div Maranoa; Sub Div Stanthorpe 1943-1949.
  7. Record Search, National Archives of Australia, online http://www.naa.gov.au/collection/recordsearch/index.aspx
  8. Interview, George Maddern, 24/5/2000.
  9. WW2 Nominal Roll, online http://www.ww2roll.gov.au
  10. Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com, Div Lilly Sub Div Wooloowin 1972-1977.
  11. Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com, Div Lilly; Sub Div Clayfield 1980.
  12. Interview, Brisbane City Council Clerk, 2000.

Grace Maddern

F, b. 21 November 1841, d. 29 October 1935

Grace Bray (nee Maddern) 1841 (Paul, Cornwall) - 1935 (San Francisco). Sister of John Maddern.
  • Grace Maddern was christened on 21 November 1841 in Paul Parish, Newlyn, Cornwall, England.1,2
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Maddern and Priscilla Lower.
  • At the time of the 30 March 1851 census Grace Maddern was living in the household of Thomas Maddern and Priscilla Lower in Church Lane, Newlyn, Cornwall. Thomas, the family head, was shown as a 35 year old farmer of 8 acres employing 1 labourer, born Paul. He was living with his wife Priscilla aged 40, born St Mawes and his six children Catherine 13, Mary Ann 11, Grace 9, Priscilla 7, Thomas 5 and John 3. All the older children were scholars and all the children were born in Paul.3
  • On 1 July 1854,Grace Maddern's mother, Priscilla Lower died in Newlyn, Cornwall, at age 47. Of her children Catherine, the oldest was 17 and John, the baby of the family only 6. No doubt the older girls had a great influence both John and 8 year old Thomas junior in their early years.4
  • At the time of the 7 April 1861 census Grace Maddern was living in the household of Thomas Maddern in Fore Street, Newlyn, Cornwall. Thomas sen, the household head, was a 44 year old widower, agent to export ?brocolia (illegible), born Newlyn, St Paul and living with his unmarried daughters Catherine, 23, housekeeper; Mary Ann, 21, assistant housekeeper; Grace 19, assistant housework; Priscilla 17, dressmaker; Thomas, son, 15 scholar; John, son, 13 scholar. The surname was spelt MADDRON.5,6
  • Grace Maddern witnessed the marriage of Thomas Williams and Catherine Maddern on 18 January 1862 in Paul, Newlyn, Cornwall, England; They were married by Banns. Thomas Williams 26 was a Sailor of Newlyn (Father: William Williams, Fisherman) and Catherine Maddern 24 was also of Newlyn (Father: Thomas Maddern, Agent). Witnesses were Thomas Maddern, Grace Maddern.7
  • At the age of 25 years, 7 months and 1 day, Grace Maddern married Digory Hamlyn Bray, son of John Bellow Bray and Honor Williams, on 22 June 1867 in Penzance, Cornwall, England. They were married by Banns. Digory Hambling Bray was of full age, a labourer of Tredavoe (Father: John Bellow Bray, Basket Maker). Grace Maddern was also of full age of Tredavoe (Father: Thomas Maddern, Farmer). Witnesses were Thomas Maddern, Thomas Maddern Jr.8,7
  • Grace Maddern appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 in Jamaica Place, Madron. Grace is shown as the 29 year old head of the family born Paul. Living with her are her daughter Honor J Bray aged 3 born Madron and her father Thomas Maddern, 52 an agent to a railway, born Paul. Digory's widowed mother Honor Bray aged 60 was living two houses away.9
  • She immigrated to Calilfornia between 1874 and 1876.10
  • She and Digory Hamlyn Bray appeared on the census of 1880 in Nortonville, Contra Costa, California. Digory is shown as a 38 year old miner born England, parents born England, living with Grace, 38, born England, parents born England, Jane 12, born England, a scholar, Bessie 7, born England, a scholar, and Hettie 4, born California & Gracie 2 born California.11
    This abandoned town near Rose Hill Cemetery is either Nortonville or Somerville Contra Costa, California (photo courtesy of Jennifer - Graveyard Rabbits of Contra Costa website) - Digory and Grace Bray (nee Maddern) lived in Nortonville 1880-1884 while he worked as a miner.
  • On 12 July 1884,her husband, Digory Hamlyn Bray died in Nortonville, Contra Costa, California, at age 42. A notice was placed in the Contra Costa gazette on the 26 July 1884, announcing his death. In the same issue was this report on the inquest into his death. "On Saturday the 12th inst., as Digory Bray was being hoisted from the shaft of the Black Diamond Mine at Nortonville in company with two other miners, he fell upon the cage and the timbers. His head was crushed, killing him instantly. A lump of coal had fallen on Bray's foot during the day, and the presumption is that on the way up from the shaft he fainted from pain. He was a member of the Black Diamond Lodge, No. 29, K. of P., and of Mt. Diablo Lodge, No. 128, I.O.O.F. His funeral took place under the auspices of both Lodges. An inquest was held by Coroner Guy and the following jurors: W.B. Witherow, C. Evans, J. Borboageleta, Thomas J. Griffith, James Hunt, W.J. Griffith, Hugh Evans, and Joseph D. Davis. The facts of the case were testified to by Jacob Roper, H.J. Thomas, James H. Hunter and W.P. Morgans, and the jury found that the death of the deceased was caused by an unavoidable accident."12
  • In 1889 Grace Maddern lived in 918 Geary Street, San Francisco, California.13
  • In 1890 Grace Maddern lived in 330 Eddy Street, San Francisco, California.13
  • Between 1917 and 1918 Grace Bray was given as next of kin when Walter was registered for the WW1 draught. He was living at 846 Haigh Street, San Francisco at the time and worked as a Sales Manager for John H Spohn & Co at 49 Main Street, San Francisco. He gave his next of kin as Grace M Bray living at 846 Haigh Street (Grace was his mother). Walter was 37 years old at the time of medium height and stout build with grey eyes and a bald head.14

  • She appeared as a member of the household of Henry August Hetzer and Bessie James Bray on 5 April 1930 in 11th Avenue, San Francisco, California; Henry was shown as a 59 year old male, living with his wife Bessie, son Clarence and mother in law Grace Bray. He had been married at age 24, and born in Massachusetts. His father had been born in France and his mother in Germany. His occupation was a Superintendent in a Steel Company. Bessie is shown as a 54 year old female, living with her husband Henry and son Clarence and her mother Grace. She was aged 21 years at marriage, born England, mother & father born England,having no occupation, immigrated in 1878 and had been naturalised. Clarence is shown as a 27 year old, white, single, born California, father born Maccachusetts, mother born England. His occupation was coppersmith for the Yeast Co. Her mother Grace had been naturalised and had immigrated in 1878. This date is incorrect as Hettie was born in California in 1876.15
  • Grace Maddern died on 29 October 1935 in San Francisco, California, USA, at age 93. The record shows her name as Grace M., she was aged 90 years and her husbands initials were R D. These details are not accurate as Grace was 93 at the time of her death, probably given by a son-in-law.
    NOTE: It seems that Digory was known to the family as Richard, in which case the initials R D would refer to Richard Digory.16

Children of Grace Maddern and Digory Hamlyn Bray

Citations

  1. Microfiche; unknown film, Vol 9, Page 208 December QTR 1841.
  2. Paul Baptisms 1813-1859; unknown film.
  3. Cornwall Census Project 1851, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, HO 107/1918 Folio 357 (ED Ih Paul).
  4. Paul Burial Registers 1813-1901, online http://west-penwith.org.uk/paulbur1.htm, 4 Jul Priscilla Maddern of Newlyn aged 46.
  5. Jenny, "1861 Census Newlyn," e-mail to Audrey, 13 April 2002.
  6. Cornwall Census 1861, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, RG9/1592 Folio 49 Page 22.
  7. West Penwich Resources - Marriages, online http://west-penwith.org.uk/wpenmar.htm, Paul Marriage Register 1813-1905.
  8. Microfiche; unknown film, Vol 9, Page 406 April QTR 1867.
  9. Cornwall Census Project 1871, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, Madron District Folio 63 Page 10.
  10. 1880 Transcription LDS FHS, unknown repository address.
  11. 1880 Transcription LDS FHS, unknown repository address, Film 1254064 T9 0064 page 657A.
  12. Contra Costa Gazette Extracts, online http://www.cccgs.org/databases.htm, BRAY, Digory 12 Jul 1884 Nortonville Cornwall England 43 yrs 26 Jul 1884.
  13. LaVelda Faull, "Brays of California," e-mail to Audrey, 13 April 2002, re 1889 - 1890 Trade Directory, San Francisco.
  14. Ancestry.com, online http://www.ancestry.com
  15. LaVelda Faull, "Brays of California," e-mail to Audrey, 13 April 2002, 1930 San Francisco California census, District 229.
  16. LaVelda Faull, "Brays of California," e-mail to Audrey, 13 April 2002, From California Death Index (CADI) 1930-1939, FHL Film 1686048.
  17. California Death Records 1940-1997, online http://vitals.rootsweb.ancestry.com/ca/death/search.cg

Grace Maddern1

F, b. 16 November 1861, d. 1920
  • Grace Maddern was born on 16 November 1861 in Newlyn, Cornwall, England.2
  • She was the daughter of Richard Maddern and Catherine Barnes.
  • At the time of the 2 April 1871 census Grace Maddern was living in the household of Richard Maddern and Catherine Barnes in Church Lane, Newyn. Richard was shown as the 50 year old head, a gardener of 11 acres of land, living with his wife Catherine 49 and their children John unmarried at 27, a gardener, Phillis 22 a gardeners daughter, Richard 20, a gardener, Samuel D, 18 a gardener, Catherine J 13 a scholar and Grace aged 9 also a scholar. All were born in Newlyn.3
  • Grace Maddern appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 in Paul Parish, Cornwall. shown as a 9 year old scholar, living with her parents.4
  • At the time of the 3 April 1881 census Grace Maddern was living in the household of Richard Maddern and Catherine Barnes in Church Lane, Newlyn, Cornwall. Richard is shown as a 60 year old market gardener employing his son and a boy on 11 acres, born Newlyn, living with wife Catherine, 59, also born Newlyn, daughters Catherine,single, 23, homework, born Newlyn and Grace, 19 a Millner born Newlyn and granddaughter Ann Daw aged 5 born Newlyn.5
  • At the age of 23 years, 11 months and 23 days, Grace Maddern married John Roberts Cotton, son of George Cotton and Eliza Roberts, on 8 November 1885 in St Paul Parish, Cornwall, England. They were married by Banns, John Roberts was a 23 year old fisherman of Newlyn (father George Cotton, a fisherman) and Grace Maddern was 23 of Newlyn (father Richard Maddern market gardener)
    Witnesses to the marriage were John Maddern and Emma Maddern.6,7
  • Grace Maddern and John Roberts Cotton appeared on the census of 5 April 1891 in North Corner, Newlyn. John is shown as a 28 year old fisherman, born Newlyn living with his wife Grace aged 29, also born Newlyn and their son Edward aged 5. He was also born in Newlyn.8
  • Grace Maddern and John Roberts Cotton appeared on the census of 2 April, 1911 in Trewarveth Street, Newlyn. John Cotton was shown as a 48 year old fisherman living with his wife Grace, 49 and son John Kingsley Cotton aged 18, a carpenter. All were born in Newlyn. John and Grace had been married 25 years and three of their seven children were still living.9
  • Grace Maddern died in 1920 in Falmouth, Cornwall, England.
  • She was buried in St Paul Parish, Cornwall, England.

Children of Grace Maddern and John Roberts Cotton

Citations

  1. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Ancestral File (R).
  2. International Genealogy Index, online http://www.familysearch.org/
  3. Cornwall Census Project 1871, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…
  4. Cornwall Census Project 1871, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, Parish Paul; Districe 4; Schedule 008.
  5. Cornwall Census Project 1871, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…, Transcript of Piece RG10/2338 Folio 71 Page 2.
  6. Gordon K Cotton website, online http://www.cottonfamilygenealogy.net/
  7. West Penwich Resources - Marriages, online http://west-penwith.org.uk/wpenmar.htm, 1885-1889.
  8. Cornwall Census 1861, online http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kayhin/…
  9. British Census 1911, online http://www.1911census.co.uk/

Grace Margaret Maddern1

F, b. 26 March 1920, d. 1 April 1989
  • Grace Margaret Maddern was born on 26 March 1920.
  • She was the daughter of Orlando Penzance Cossart Maddern and Emily Dora Bidgood.
  • Grace Margaret Maddern lived in Brighton, Queensland, Australia.
  • Grace Margaret Maddern lived in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia.
  • Grace was a keen tennis player and loved to socialise. Sadly, she suffered a stoke on the tennis court in the early 1980's and was bed ridden for many years before her death. Family have advised that Bill visited her nearly every day before she died.2
  • Grace Margaret Maddern died on 1 April 1989 in Toowoomba, Queensland, at age 69.3
  • She was cremated on 3 April 1989 in Toowoomba Garden of Remembrance Her ashes are located in one of the Foundation Walls.3

Citations

  1. CE Cossart, "History of the Cossart and Allied Families."
  2. Interview, FM, 26 May 2009.
  3. Interview, Various, Various, Telephone call to Toowoomba Garden of Remembrance 27 May 2009.

Jacob Maddern1

M, b. 12 August 1703, d. 15 November 1703
  • Jacob Maddern was baptized on 12 August 1703 in Sancreed, Cornwall. Died as an infant.1
  • He was the son of John Maddern and Rebecca Unknown.1
  • Jacob Maddern died on 15 November 1703 in Sancreed Parish Church, Cornwall. The Sancreed Burial Registers show : Jacob Maddran s. of John 15 Nov.2

Citations

  1. International Genealogy Index, online http://www.familysearch.org/, Batch No C022042.
  2. "West Penwith Resources", online http://west-penwith.org.uk/, Burials Sancreed 1579 -1749.