Theador Franz Naumann

M, b. 1887, d. 1888

Wilhelm Naumann

M, b. 1877, d. 1952

Wilhelmina Elizabeth Naumann

F, b. 1879, d. 8 March 1970
  • Wilhelmina Elizabeth Naumann was born in 1879 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Johannes Naumann and Maria Helene Oestreich.
  • Wilhelmina Elizabeth Naumann and Otto Edward Pukallus appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Bergen. Otto was a farmer.
  • At the age of 24 years, Wilhelmina Elizabeth Naumann married Otto Edward Pukallus, son of Johann Julius Pukallus and Louisa Anne Haase, in 1903 in Queensland.
  • Wilhelmina Elizabeth Naumann and Otto Edward Pukallus appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1926 and 1930 living at Haden. Otto was a farmer and Wilhelmine carried out domestic duties.
  • On 16 December 1930,her husband, Otto Edward Pukallus died in Queensland at age 54.
  • Wilhelmina Elizabeth Naumann died on 8 March 1970 in Queensland.
  • She was buried in Bergen Djuan Cemetery.

Children of Wilhelmina Elizabeth Naumann and Otto Edward Pukallus

William Frederick Naumann

M, b. 1865, d. 13 October 1933

William Stanley Naumann

M, b. 1900

Albert Reinhold Nauschutz

M, b. 28 March 1906, d. 1975

Anna Maria Nauschutz

F, b. 1890, d. 1890

Bertha Auguste Nauschutz

F, b. 1894

Carl August Nauschutz

M, b. 14 April 1865, d. 24 March 1951
  • Carl August Nauschutz was born on 14 April 1865 in Wartin, Randow, Prussia. He was the son of Christian Nauschutz and Emilie Augusta (Justine) Kunow.
  • He immigrated to Brisbane on 11 January 1887. Carl arrrived on the Merkara which sailed from London on 16 Nov 1886. With him were 42 year old Emilie, Estestine 15, a domestic, and Augusta 12. Carl was a labourer and they all originated from Prussia.
  • At the age of 22 years, Carl August Nauschutz married Mathilde Hermine Steinhardt in 1888 in Queensland.
  • On 28 December 1903,his wife, Mathilde Hermine Steinhardt died at age 38.
  • At the age of 40 years and 12 days, Carl August Nauschutz married Maria Wilhelmina Behrens on 26 April 1905 in Queensland.
  • In 1943,his wife, Maria Wilhelmina Behrens died in Queensland.
  • Carl August Nauschutz died on 24 March 1951 in Jandowae, Queensland, at age 85.
  • He was buried in Jandowae Cemetery.

Children of Carl August Nauschutz and Mathilde Hermine Steinhardt

Child of Carl August Nauschutz and Maria Wilhelmina Behrens

Carl Frederick Nauschutz

M, b. 1889, d. 1963

Ernest Otto Nauschutz

M, b. 1892, d. 1973

Herman August Nauschutz

M, b. 1899, d. 1977

Otto Nauschutz

M, b. 1903

Wilhelmine Nauschutz

F, b. 1896

Alice Mabel Neal

F, b. circa 1865, d. 13 May 1945
  • Alice Mabel Neal was born circa 1865. She was the daughter of George and Mary Ann.
  • Alice Mabel Neal married David Ferrier on 16 February 1891 in St Paul's Presbetryan Church, Leichhart Street, Brisbane, Queensland. Their marriage notice appeard in The Brisbane Courier - "FERRIER-NEAL.-On the 16th February, at St Paul's Presbyterian Church, Leichhardt-street, by the Rev. J. F. M'Swaine, David Ferrier, of Rosevale, Surat, to Alice Mabel Neal, of Surat". They lived at "Bynog.", Surat. Alice and the girls settled in Crow's Nest sometime around 1940.
  • On 21 December 1917,her husband, David Ferrier died in Newfarm, Brisbane, Queensland, at age 68.
  • On 15 August 1919 The Western Argus newspaper reported "Probates Re-sealed. David Ferrier, late of Brynong, Queensland, to Claude Ulnnack as attorney for Alice Mabel Ferrier and others, £1778."
  • Alice Mabel Neal appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at "Sylvia Vale", Crow's Nest. Alice was shown as a farmer, as was her two daughters Mabel and Muriel who lived with her.
  • Alice Mabel Neal died on 13 May 1945 in Queensland. She was liviing at Sylvia Vale, Crow's Nest at the time of her death.
  • She was buried on 15 May 1945 in Crow's Nest Cemetery. The Courier Mail reported ; FERRIER.— The Relatives & Friends of the late Mrs. Alice Mabel Ferrier, of Sylvia Vale, via Crow's Nest, Relict of David Ferrier, late of Surat, are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, to move from the Church of England, Crow's Nest, on conclusion of service, commencing at 2.45 p.m.. This Day, Tuesday, for the Crow's Nest Cemetery. T. S. BURSTOW, Funeral Director, Toowoomba.

Children of Alice Mabel Neal and David Ferrier

Annie Neal

F, b. circa 1845

Children of Annie Neal and Burton Death

Josephine Mabel Neale

F, b. circa 1900

Richard Neale

M, b. circa 1780
  • Richard Neale was born circa 1780. He was possibly born in Stoke Dameral as that was where he was living at the time of his marriage.
  • Richard Neale married Grace Chivell on 30 July 1806 in Roche, Cornwall. They were married by licence and the groom was from Stoke Dameral.

Doris Emily Neate

F, b. 7 July 1898, d. 19 October 1977

Adam George Necnikowski

M, b. circa 1880
  • Adam George Necnikowski was born circa 1880.
  • Adam George Necnikowski married Elizabeth Jane Whale in 1921 in New Zealand.

Marjorie Marion Neill

F, b. 24 December 1902, d. 11 December 1991
  • Marjorie Marion Neill was born on 24 December 1902 in New Zealand. She was the daughter of Marion and Ellesmere NEILL.
  • At the age of 29 years, 5 months and 20 days, Marjorie Marion Neill married Lionel Keith Cresswell, son of Lionel Frederick Cresswell and Ada Annie Horn, on 13 June 1932 in New Zealand.
  • On 23 July 1988,her husband, Lionel Keith Cresswell died in New Zealand at age 84.
  • Marjorie Marion Neill died on 11 December 1991 in New Zealand at age 88.
  • She was buried on 13 December 1991 in Fairlie Cemetery, Mackenzie.

Ada Neilson

F, b. 1890, d. 13 August 1979

Children of Ada Neilson and William Edward Higginson

Albert James Pearson Neilson

M, b. 1886, d. 1925

Child of Albert James Pearson Neilson and Lydia Minnie Colthup

Amelia Neilson

F, b. 1892, d. 23 June 1968

Child of Amelia Neilson and Alfred David Gibson

Annie Neilson

F, b. 1897

Arthur Edward Neilson

M, b. 1899, d. 1 April 1955
  • Arthur Edward Neilson was born in 1899 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Thomas Alexander Neilson and Annie Bridson.
  • Arthur Edward Neilson and Thomas Alexander Neilson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Crow's Nest. Thomas was a clerk and his son Edward Arthur a saddler.
  • Arthur Edward Neilson died on 1 April 1955 in Queensland.
  • He was buried on 2 April 1955 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

Blanche Augusta Neilson

F, b. 25 April 1879, d. 8 November 1947
  • Blanche Augusta Neilson was born on 25 April 1879 in New Zealand. She was the daughter of Agnes and Walter.
  • At the age of 24 years, 2 months and 19 days, Blanche Augusta Neilson married Reginald Sigley, son of Joseph Robert Sigley and Ellen Holdaway, on 14 July 1903 in Wanganui, New Zealand.
  • Blanche Augusta Neilson died on 8 November 1947 in New Zealand at age 68.

Children of Blanche Augusta Neilson and Reginald Sigley

Charles Herbert Neilson

M, b. 1889, d. 1889

James Thomas Alfred Neilson

M, b. 1913

Thomas Alexander Neilson

M, b. circa 1850, d. 1 August 1933
  • Thomas Alexander Neilson was born circa 1850. He was the son of William Neilson and Margaret Pearson.
  • Thomas Alexander Neilson married Annie Bridson circa 1884.
  • On 13 June 1895,Thomas Alexander Neilson's son, Thomas Alexander Neilson was buried in Toowoomba & Drayton Cemetery.
  • Thomas Alexander Neilson enrolled his daughter Annie Neilson in school at Crow's Nest State School in 1901.
  • Thomas Alexander Neilson and Annie Bridson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Queen Street, Crow's Nest. Thomas was a farmer.
  • On 3 March 1905 Thomas Neilson gave evidence at the trial of James Ryan for the murder of Walter Benton. The Brisbane Courier reported next day -
    "Thomas Alexander Neilson, clerk at Blinco's Sawmills, Crow's Nest, deposed : He had known the defendant Ryan about a year. Benton had been an old friend of
    witness's.
    ' Mr. Herbert : He is still isn't he ?
    Sub-inspector Geraghty : Your time will come presently, Mr. Herbert.
    Witness, continuing, said he last saw Benton on the morning of the 4th Febru- ary, at 10 o'clock. Benton had been stop- ping at witness's place. Benton had some horses. He usually wore one spur, but witness could not say on which foot. Wit- ness had money dealings with Benton, who was always honest and straightforward. Benton never expressed to witness any in- tention of leaving the district, or going to England. Any such intention would prob- ably have been expressed to witness. Noth- ing hod been heard of Benton since the 4th February.
    Sub-inspector Geraghty : What opinion have you formed ?
    Mr. Herbert : Opinion is not evidence. Witness : I think he is dead.
    Mr. Herbert: It does not matter two straws what your opinion is ; it is not evidence.
    The Bench ruled that a statement of opinion was not admissible.
    Witness further deposed that if Benton was alive he would have been sure to communicate with witness, who knew no reason for his disappearance. Benton always carried a knife. He believed it had a large buck-horn handle. On Saturday. 11th February, Ryan called at witness's house, and said he had been looking for a sub- scription list belonging to Benton, but could find no tidings of it. Witness replied that he had the list. Defendant said he wished to see it, as he thought a lot of money had been collected on it. Wit- ness replied he could not produce the list at that moment, but would try to let de- fendant have a copy. On Monday, the 13th, witness inquired if defendant had seen Benton, and the answer was, "No," On the morning of 13th witness had a con- versation with Mr. Thomas Astbury, and defendant again called half an bour later. Witness showed him a copy of the sub- scription list, on which the amounts paid totalled nine shillings and sixpence. De- fendant said he had thought more had been collected, and somebody must have been telling lies. Witness said defendant could not take notice of what people said. Defendant replied he did not want Kelly to summons Benton for money said to have been collected. Defendant asked if wit- ness had seen Astburv. Witness said, " Yes, I sent lum to the police." Defen- dant said, " I thought so ; they will have the police on Benton's tracks." Defendant added that he had purchased the farm from Benton. Defendant made some state- ment about purchase during the conversation of 11th February, when he also said the purchase money paid to Benton was £125 or £150. Witness was not sure. Witness said it was a funny thing to pay a large amount without a witness. De- fendant said he had a different opinion of Benton. Witness had drawn up the ori ginal lease produced between Kelly and
    Benton, of which a copy had been produced on the previous day.
    Cross-examined, witness said his first in- quiries as to Benton's whereabouts were made to defendant. Benton had been pre- viously absent a week without witness thinking him dead, but on such occasions some one usually saw him about. Witness had not formed the opinion that Benton was dead until Sunday, the 12th. That opinion wes based on the fact of Benton not being heard of. Witness knew Benton had wanted to sell his selection. He be- lieved Konz's was the last place Benton worked. He could not state what night be last slept at witness's house. Witness had understood from the terns of the lease that the sale was to take place in May. Witness knew Alfred King had wanted to purchase Benton's selection.
    Re-examined by Sub-inspector Geraghty, witness said be had not heard of another lease between King and Benton. The lease witness had drawn up was between Benton and Kelly. The defendant was only witness to it. During seven years not more than a week had ever previously elapsed without his hearing of Benton. Witness had no doubt Benton was now dead."
  • Thomas Alexander Neilson witnessed the burial of William Archibald Neilson in 1906 in Crow's Nest Cemetery; UNIT-00N-0003.
  • On 11 May 1929,his wife, Annie Bridson died in Queensland.
  • Thomas Alexander Neilson and Arthur Edward Neilson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Crow's Nest. Thomas was a clerk and his son Edward Arthur a saddler.
  • Thomas Alexander Neilson died on 1 August 1933 in Queensland.
  • He was buried in Crow's Nest Cemetery. UNIT-00N-0003.

Children of Thomas Alexander Neilson and Annie Bridson