Joan Cripps

F, b. circa 1660, d. 1709
  • Joan Cripps was born circa 1660.
  • Joan Cripps married Richard Chivell, son of Edward Chivell and Zenobia Pedlar, on 12 May 1683 in Lanivet.
  • Joan Cripps died in 1709.
  • She was buried on 27 April 1709 in St Minver. She was buried in woollen and the burial certified by Katherine Guy.

Children of Joan Cripps and Richard Chivell

Ablert Edward William Crisp

M, b. 31 March 1868, d. 25 February 1946
  • Ablert Edward William Crisp was born on 31 March 1868 in Tasmania. He was the son of Thomas CRISP and Elizabeth CLARKE.
  • At the age of 32 years, 6 months and 17 days, Ablert Edward William Crisp married Mildred Mary Maria Burgess, daughter of Henry Charles Burgess and Elizabeth Walters, on 17 October 1900 in Tasmania.
  • Ablert Edward William Crisp was listed as next of kin by his son Cecil John Crisp, when he enlisted in the Australian Army on 10 December 1941 in Burnie. Cecil was living at Flowerdale at the time he enlisted and gave his next of kin as his father Albert. He was discahrged on 25 Jan 1946 with the rank of Private in the 26 Aust Inf Battalion.
  • Ablert Edward William Crisp died on 25 February 1946 at age 77. He died at the residence of his daughter Irene at Flowerdale.
  • On 19 March 1946 Ablert Edward William Crisp's obituary appeared in The Advocate. It read:- "MR. A CRISP, FLOWERDALE
    Mr. Albert Crisp, a well-known North-West Coast identity, died suddenly at the residence of his daughter at Flowerdale. Born at Deloraine, 76 years ago, he lived with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crisp, in that district for many years. He was one of the first farmers to work ground in the Table Cape district, and later, with his brother, farmed at Boat Harbor.
    He also farmed in the Myalla district till about nine years ago. His wife, who was formerly Miss Mildred Burgess, predeceased him two years ago.
    The late Mr. Crisp leaves a family of five sons and six daughters, Messrs. Arthur, Walter, Hubert, Reginald and Cecil Crisp (sons), and Mesdames H. Wells. E. Keegan, L. Lockett, G. Barker, V. Broonmhall and G. McNatty. Two
    sisters, Mesdames Maddox (Hobart) and Dennis (Devonport) and one brother, Mr. John Crisp (Flowerdale) also survive him.
    The funeral took place in the new public cemetery, Wynyard. Pallbearers were Messrs. V. Ridge, A. Wallers, W. Walsh, and C. Redman. Carriers were Messrs. Wells, Keegan, Lockett. Barker, Broomhall and McNatty (sons-in-law). The service at the graveside was conducted by Mr. E. Denn."

Children of Ablert Edward William Crisp and Mildred Mary Maria Burgess

Annie May Crisp

F, b. 1 January 1905, d. 4 August 1965

Arthur Thomas Crisp

M, b. 9 July 1901, d. 13 September 1991

Cecil John Crisp

M, b. 1 January 1920, d. 19 November 1998
  • Cecil John Crisp was born on 1 January 1920 in Tasmania.
  • He was the son of Ablert Edward William Crisp and Mildred Mary Maria Burgess.
  • Cecil John Crisp enlisted in the Australian Army on 10 December 1941 in Burnie. Cecil was living at Flowerdale at the time he enlisted and gave his next of kin as his father Albert. He was discahrged on 25 Jan 1946 with the rank of Private in the 26 Aust Inf Battalion.
  • At the age of 28 years and 16 days, Cecil John Crisp married Nita Marion Lamprey, Wynyard, daughter of Walter Arthur Lamprey and Catherine Malony
    on 17 January 1948 in St Brigids Catholic Church, Wynyard.
  • Cecil John Crisp died on 19 November 1998 in Private Hospital, Burnie, at age 78.
  • He was buried on 21 November 1998 in Wynyard Cemetery.

Eileen Marie Crisp

F, b. circa 1900

Elvie Jean Crisp

F, b. 12 December 1911, d. 13 December 1973
  • Elvie Jean Crisp was born on 12 December 1911 in Tasmania.
  • She was the daughter of Ablert Edward William Crisp and Mildred Mary Maria Burgess.
  • At the age of 19 years, 10 months and 1 day, Elvie Jean Crisp married Leslie Maurice Lockett on 13 October 1931 in Wynyard.
  • On 12 October 1970,her husband, Leslie Maurice Lockett died in Burnie Hospital at age 61.
  • Elvie Jean Crisp was buried on 18 December 1972 in Circular Head Lawn Cemetery.
  • Elvie Jean Crisp died on 13 December 1973 in Smithton Hospital at age 62.

Emily (Madge) Crisp

F, b. 2 April 1913, d. 25 March 1995

Hubert Edward (Dooee) Crisp

M, b. 1 July 1908, d. 24 March 1980

Myrtle Ivy Crisp

F, b. 25 June 1915, d. 5 January 1994

Olivia Elizabeth Crisp

F, b. 20 January 1903, d. 1 April 1972
  • Olivia Elizabeth Crisp was born on 20 January 1903 in Tasmania.
  • She was the daughter of Ablert Edward William Crisp and Mildred Mary Maria Burgess.
  • At the age of 17 years and 3 months, Olivia Elizabeth Crisp married William (Horace) Wells in May 1920 in Wynyard. They were married at the home of her parents.
  • Olivia Elizabeth Crisp died on 1 April 1972 in Wynyard at age 69.
  • She was buried in Wynyard Cemetery.

Reginald Albert Crisp

M, b. 2 July 1909, d. 7 September 1948
  • Reginald Albert Crisp was born on 2 July 1909 in Flowerdale.
  • He was the son of Ablert Edward William Crisp and Mildred Mary Maria Burgess.
  • At the age of 23 years, 1 month and 22 days, Reginald Albert Crisp married Corrie Florence Gorringe on 24 August 1932 in Tasmania.
  • Reginald Albert Crisp died on 7 September 1948 at age 39. He died as the result of an accident.
  • He was buried on 9 September 1948 in Wynyard General Cemetery.

Sarah Frances Crisp

F, b. circa 1801
  • Sarah Frances Crisp was born circa 1801.
  • Her marriage to Moses Lockwood, son of Bernard Brand Lockwood and Rachel Harrington, was registered in the December 1839 Quarter in Lexden, Essex Registration District.
  • Sarah Frances Crisp and Moses Lockwood appeared on the census of 7 June 1841 in Marks Tey. Moses is shown as a publican aged 50. A SF Lockwood is also on the premises, aged 40, a female, perhaps his wife. A John Prentice servant, aged 16, born Essex and a James Brown, 25, ?Keeper were also living on the premises.
    Trowel & Hammer Pub, Marks Teys. Moses Lockwood was the publican at the time of the 1841 Census.

Child of Sarah Frances Crisp and Moses Lockwood

Walter Henry Crisp

M, b. 28 November 1906, d. 11 May 1997

Doris Frances Crispin

F, b. 1902, d. 11 December 1969

Ann Crocker

F, b. 1783, d. 8 February 1863
  • Ann Crocker was born in 1783 in Chiselborough, England. base born, illegitimate.
  • She was the daughter of Elizabeth Crocker.
  • Ann Crocker was baptized on 8 June 1783 in Chiselborough, Somerset, England.
  • At the age of 24 years, Ann Crocker married Samuel Burgess, son of Daniel Burgess and Elizabeth Osborn, on 20 October 1807 in Chiselborough, Somerset.
  • Ann Crocker and Samuel Burgess appeared on the census of 7 June 1841 in Somerset. Samuel was shown as an agricultural labourer.
  • Ann Crocker and Samuel Burgess appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 in Somerset. Samuel is shown as a 65 year old pauper, former ag labourer born in Chiselborough. Ann is also a pauper aged 69 born in Chiselborough.
  • Ann Crocker was widowed on 6 March 1856 when died Samuel.
  • At the time of the 7 April 1861 census Ann Crocker was living in the household of Mary Burgess and Samuel Bargery in South Petherton, Somerset. Samuel is shown as a 62 year old workman in a sail cloth factory, born in Crewkerne. Mary, his wife is 51 years old, an invalid born Chiselborough. Their daughter Hannah is a 22 year old leather glover born Chiselborough and son Samuel a 13 year old work boy in the sail cloth factory, also born in Chiselborough. Ann Burgess, his 79 year old widowed mother-in-law, a pauper born Chiselborugh is also living with the family.
  • Ann Crocker died on 8 February 1863 in Chiselborough, England.
  • She was buried on 8 February 1863 in Somerset, England.

Children of Ann Crocker and Samuel Burgess

Elizabeth Crocker

F, b. circa 1760
  • Elizabeth Crocker was born circa 1760 in Chiselborough, England.
  • The following observations come from John & Elizabeth Hooper's book "The Hoopers".
    "There are only several references to the Croker/Croker family in the Chiselborough records. In Ancient times these were likely to be the people who provided the earthenware jars and pots for which the Old English word is "crocca".
    The earliest Croker/Crocker in Chiselborough appears in 1638 and there are only a few before Elilzabeth who was born mid 1800 centrury."

Children of Elizabeth Crocker

Elizabeth Hopkins Crocker

F, b. 1785
  • Elizabeth Hopkins Crocker was born in 1785 in Chiselborough, England. The following observations come from John & Elizabeth Hooper's book "The Hoopers".
    "She may have been named after her father."
  • She was the daughter of Elizabeth Crocker.

George Crocker

M, b. 1779
  • George Crocker was born in 1779 in Chiselborough, England. base born (illegitimate.)
  • He was the son of Elizabeth Crocker.

Pamela A Crockett

F, b. circa 1890

Anna Barbara Cronau

F, b. 5 June 1844, d. 4 December 1882
  • Anna Barbara Cronau was born on 5 June 1844.
  • Anna Barbara Cronau married Ludwig Berghoffer.
  • Anna Barbara Cronau died on 4 December 1882 at age 38.

Child of Anna Barbara Cronau and Ludwig Berghoffer

Vera May Cronau

F, b. 6 February 1905, d. 18 September 1969

Child of Vera May Cronau and Johan Wilhelm Wrembeck

Corneluis Cronin

M, b. 1873, d. 1941
  • Corneluis Cronin was born in 1873 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Cronin and Margaret Barry.
  • Corneluis Cronin died in 1941 in Queensland.

Honora Cronin

F, b. 1875, d. 24 August 1954
  • Honora Cronin was born in 1875 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of William Cronin and Margaret Barry.
  • At the age of 23 years, Honora Cronin married James Costello, son of Patrick Costello and Ellen Welsh, in 1898 in Queensland.
  • On 12 June 1938,her husband, James Costello died in Queensland.
  • Honora Cronin died on 24 August 1954 in Queensland.
  • She was buried on 26 August 1954 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. RC4-013-0017.

James Cronin

M, b. 20 May 1871, d. 15 July 1939
  • James Cronin was born on 20 May 1871 in Cabarlah, Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Cronin and Margaret Barry.
  • At the age of 37 years, James Cronin married Maria Moore, daughter of Michael Joseph Moore and Jane Duffy, in 1909 in Queensland.
  • James Cronin and Maria Moore appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1924 living at Cabarlah. James was a railway employee.
  • James Cronin died on 15 July 1939 in Queensland at age 68.
  • He was buried on 16 July 1939 in Cabarlah Cemetery. RC1-00D-0041.

John Patrick Cronin

M, b. 1904, d. 1965
  • John Patrick Cronin was born in 1904 in Queensland. He was a twin to Margaret.
  • He was the son of Patrick Cronin and Elizabeth Mary Hackett.
  • John Patrick Cronin and Elizabeth Mary Hackett appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Taylor. Elizabeth carried out home duties. Her son John Patrick was a railway employee.
  • John Patrick Cronin died in 1965 in Queensland.

Margaret Cronin

F, b. 1877
  • Margaret Cronin was born in 1877 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of William Cronin and Margaret Barry.
  • Margaret Cronin appeared on the Electoral Roll with Michael Cronin and Margaret Barry in 1903 in Cabarlah. Michael was a farmer. His mother and his sister Margaret most likely lived with him.

Margaret Elizabeth Cronin

F, b. 1904

Margaret Frances Cronin

F, b. 1882, d. 1956
  • Margaret Frances Cronin was born in 1882 in Co Kerry, Ireland. She was the daughter of James Cronin and Ellen.
  • At the age of 27 years, Margaret Frances Cronin married Charles Crum Gracey, son of John Gracey and Ellen Hurley, in 1909 in Queensland.
  • Margaret Frances Cronin witnessed the burial of John James Gracey in June 1912 in Evergreen Cemetery.
  • In February 1926 Margaret was applied for and was granted a provisional license for a second hotel in Cooyar as reported in The Brisbane Courier :- "New Hotel at Cooyar -The hearing of the application by Margaret Frances Gracey for the granting of a new license and the erection of a second hotel at Cooyar, to which objection had been lodged by the owner and licensee of the present hotel, Messrs Lourigan and Page was concluded in the Licensing Court, Toowoomba, before Mr F.C.M. Barne, P. M. yesterday. After the conclusion of addresses by counsel, the P.M. granted a provisional certificate, conditional on the premises being erected in accordance with the plans and specifications produced in court, with the necessary alterations shown thereon, the building to be completed within seven months, failing which the provisional certificate would be cancelled"
    An attempt was made in May 1929 to burn down the hotel. Luckily Margaret was able to douse the fire - " CHARGE OF ARSON. Gordon McRoberts was charged with having, on March 16, 1929, at Cooyar, wilfully and unlawfully set fire to the Royal Mail Hotel. Mr. T. Lehane (instructed by Mr. E. W. Cleary) appeared for the defendant, who pleaded not guilty.
    In relating the facts of the case, Mr. O'Driscoll said that the licensee of the hotel was Mrs. Gracey. Defendant commenced boarding at the hotel In March last, and was known to Mrs. Gracey for about a year. There was a lobby just inside the main entrance to the hotel in which was a pianola. There was also a stairway to the upper story from the lobby, and a stairway at the back of the hotel. Near room 7, in which tile fire occurred, there was a tank stand. Defendant occupied room No. 11 on the day of the fire. He was in bed most of the day, but got up for tea. He went over to another hotel, and had a conversation with some people and returned about 8 p.m. At the time the postmaster at Cooyar was playing the pianola, and was with his wife entertaining some friends. Defendant remained in the stairway listening to the music, and later went to his room. To get there he would have to pass room 7. The room contained the usual furniture. The post-master and friends left the hotel at 9 p.m. Mrs. Gracey then gave a man a drink at the back door, and inside immediately after her attention was attracted to a flickering light. She rushed to room 7, in which the light appeared to be, and knocked. Receiving no reply, she opened the door and found the room in flames. There was a strong smell of kerosene. She rushed out on to the balcony to get some water. Defendant was then in bed, apparently awake. She took a jug or water from his room. The fire was extinguished before much damage was done. In the drawer of the duchess in room 7 there was a bottle partly filled with kerosene. Defendant was questioned, but denied that he had any inflammable material in his possession. A bottle of petrol also was found behind the door. There were no corks in the bottles, and none were found In room 7. On being questioned, defendant denied any knowledge of the fire. The next morning Constable Yesberg went to the defendant's room, where the latter admitted that the portmanteau found in his room was his property. In it were two bottles of petrol. The bottles found in room 7 were sent to the C.I.B., Brisbane, where fingerprints on them were found to be in agreement with those of the defendant.
    After, evidence had been given by Constable Yesberg the court adjourned until this morning. His Honour intimated to the jury that they would not be looked up for the night.
  • Margaret Frances Cronin and Charles Crum Gracey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Cooyar. Charles was a labourer.
  • Margaret Frances Cronin died in 1956 in Queensland.

Children of Margaret Frances Cronin and Charles Crum Gracey

Mary Cronin

F, b. 1869