Victoria Olivia Anderson

F, b. 12 February 1894

Ward Howard Anderson

M, b. 10 April 1894, d. 13 June 1963

Anna Maria (Mary) Anding

F, b. 19 August 1830, d. 20 April 1909
  • Anna Maria (Mary) Anding was born on 19 August 1830 in Kurhessen, Germany. She was the daughter of Martin Anding and Marie Frank.
  • At the age of 25 years, 11 months and 29 days, Anna Maria (Mary) Anding married Johann (Michael) Klein, son of Johan (Martin) Klein and Maria Menz, on 17 August 1856 in Kurhessen, Germany.
  • Anna Maria (Mary) Anding and Johann (Michael) Klein immigrated to Sydney between September 1856 and November 1857. Details of their immigration have not be found.
  • On 10 February 1870,her husband, Johann (Michael) Klein died in Cedar Scrub at age 38. The Darling Downs Gazette reported:- : "John Alexander Herrlich was brought up at the Police Court on Tuesday last, charged with the wilful murder of Michael Klein at the Cedar Scrub, near Perseverance Station, on the 12th day of February last. The prisoner appeared to be suffering from extreme exhaustion, and was accommodated with a seat during the examination. Sub-Inspector Harris conducted the case for the Crown.
    Acting Sub-Inspector McCarthy said he apprehended the prisoner between 10 and 11 o'clock at night on Friday, the 8th April last, at a house on the Highfields road, about twelve miles from Toowoomba ; produced the warrant, and said to prisoner- "The charge against yon is that, on the 12th day of February last, you did unlawfully kill one Michael Klein near the Cedar Scrub at Perseverance Station ;" prisoner paused for a few seconds, after which he said, "I came to these people to give myself up ;" witness brought him next day to Toowoomba, and confined him in the watch house. By the Bench: I arrested the prisoner between 10 and 11 o'clock at night at Jost Kahler's house on the Highfields road ; four other men were present, namely, Murray, Heinrich Kahler, Jost Kahler, and another German, whom he (witness) did not know. Examination by Mr Sub-inspector Harris continued: On 12th April witness and Acting-Sergeant Shea proceeded again to Highfields, and saw the gun now produced taken from beneath some bark at the rear of Heinrich Kahler's house and in close proximity to where the prisoner was apprehended; believed the gun to be loaded in both barrels, as the nipples were capped and the ramrod would not go down the whole length of the barrel ; could not at present say what the barrels contained. The Court adjourned for a few minutes in order to give Sergeant Shea sufficient time to draw the charges, but as the operation occupied the court some considerable period, the gun was taken to the watch-house, and subsequently unloaded in the presence of McCarthy. The Police Magistrate having read over the evidence of the previous witness, inquired of the prisoner whether he had any intention to ask questions, and the prisoner replied that the only questions he would ask would be put in the Court. Catherine Frances Ambrose, daughter of Mrs. Kynock of Perseverance Station, said she had known the prisoner for some time past ; remembered seeing him at his hut in the Perseverance Scrub about December last, and had a convention with him in reference to the Kleins ; he said, "When will the Kliens be out again,'' and witnessed answered, "They will be out next week ;" prisoner then remarked, "If I catch them taking away any more of my cedar, this time by God I will shoot him ;" Michael and George Klein were the only persons taking cedar from the scrub at that time, and to the best of her belief she thought he intended to shoot Michael Klien: knew the gun produced, having seen it frequently in the prisoner's possession; know it particularly by the stock, as the witness lent him the tools to make it with ; had no doubt whatever that the gun belonged to the prisoner; saw the dead body of Michael Klien being conveyed from the scrub in a spring cart on the Sunday after the murder. William Kane said that in the month of January last he was in the employment of Mrs Kynoch, of Perseverance Station; was sent to the Cedar Scrub at that time by Mrs Kynoch for a load of cedar, and saw the prisoner; when he first came up to witness he said, "You knock off; I will not allow any person to take that cedar; I have been down to Ipswich and received legal advice to arrest any teams that come to the scrub to take away cedar." Witness told him that he had received an authority from Michael Klein to take away a load; and he replied, '" will not allow Michael Klein or any other person to take cedar from there, and if Michael Klein docs so I have advice what to do, and I will do it if I swing by the neck the next minute." Michael Klein was a carrier working at the scrub about that time, and witness had seen him removing timber on several occasions previous to the time now mentioned; saw the body of Michael Klein lying dead in a cart, when it was being brought from the Cedar Scrub, about nine or ten weeks ago; knew prisoner quite well, and seldom, if ever, saw him without a gun; believed the gun now produced to be the one usually carried by the prisoner. Dr Roberts said that about 2 o'clock on the morning of the 13th of February last he held a post mortem examination on the body of a man named Michael Klein, at the Perseverance Cedar Scrub ; the body was quite cold having been some time dead; on the right side of the lower part of the breast bone there was a gun-shot wound ; the edges were blackened with gunpowder, and the charge had entered the body by this wound ; it had then carried away a portion of the heart, passed through the right lung, and out at a second wound in the back, between the blade bone and the right side of the spine ; the wound in the back was slightly above the wound in the breast ; the effect of such a wound would be instantaneous death ; the wound might have been caused by a bullet, or a charge of shot discharged at very close quarters, and from the appearance of the wound witness would say that the shot must have been fired within two feet of the body; the deceased was a remarkably healthy looking man. Terence McCall said he was a carrier, residing at Highfields, and on the 12th day of February last he was getting cedar from the Perseverance Scrub; knew the prisoner, and saw him about 1 o'clock on the afternoon of that day passing through the scrub; he was then carrying a gun the same as that now produced; witness had often seen the gun in prisoner's possession. Constable McCafferty said that he accompanied Dr Roberts to the Perseverance Scrub, on the night of the 12th February last, and on the morning of the next day, between I and 2 o'clock, Dr Roberts made a post mortem examination on the body of a man named Michael Klein; witness assisted in removing the clothing from the body, which he now p[roduced, as well as a number of bullets received from the Police Magistrate a few days afterwards. On the application of Mr Sub-Inspector Harris the further hearing of the case was adjourned to Thursday, at 10 o'clock."
  • At the age of 40 years, 4 months and 3 days, Anna Maria (Mary) Anding married Moritz Zahn on 22 December 1870 in Queensland.
  • Anna Maria (Mary) Anding died on 20 April 1909 in Toowoomba at age 78.
  • Anna was buried in Drayton and Toowoomba Cemetery.

Children of Anna Maria (Mary) Anding and Johann (Michael) Klein

Johann Albert Andreson

M, b. 20 February 1874, d. 18 June 1874

Alexander Andrew

M, b. 1870, d. 27 May 1965
  • Alexander Andrew was born in 1870 in Scotland.
  • He was the son of William Andrew and Louise Morley.
  • At the age of 32 years, Alexander Andrew married Sarah Elizabeth Brass, daughter of John Brass and Rebecca Lemmon, in 1902.
  • Alexander Andrew and Sarah Elizabeth Brass appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Anduramba. Alexander was a farmer.
  • Alexander Andrew enrolled his son Rebe Louise Andrew in school at Pinelands State School on 8 July 1912. She was 5 years old. Her father was a grazier at Pinelands at the time.
  • Alexander Andrew enrolled his niece Myra Florence Brass in Pinelands State School on 7 August 1915. She may have been living with Alex and Sarah (nee Brass) at the time
    ; She was 7 years 10 months old. She appears to have been living with Alex and Sarah (nee Brass) Andrew, her uncle and aunt. Alex was farmer at Pinelands at the time.
  • Alexander Andrew and Sarah Elizabeth Brass appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Pinelands. Alexander was a grazier.
  • Alexander Andrew and Sarah Elizabeth Brass appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1936 living at Pinelands. Alexander was a grazier of "Glen Glamis" while Sarah was shown as living at Pinelands. Their daughter Rebe also lived at "Glen Glamis."
  • On 16 April 1965,his wife, Sarah Elizabeth Brass died at age 93.
  • Alexander Andrew died on 27 May 1965.
  • Alexander was buried on 28 May 1965 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.

Children of Alexander Andrew and Sarah Elizabeth Brass

Alfred Sydney Andrew

M, b. 1874, d. 21 December 1929
  • Alfred Sydney Andrew was born in 1874 in Queensland. Other sources show Dunsinane Scotland.
  • He was the son of William Andrew and Louise Morley.
  • Alfred Sydney Andrew appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Anduramba. He was a grazier.
  • At the age of 36 years, Alfred Sydney Andrew married Elizabeth Ellen Gregson, daughter of Thomas Gregson and Ellen Fielding, in 1910 in Queensland. Elizabeth lived in Helidon at the time of their marriage. Alfred and Elizabeth built a home in 1911 in Crow's Nest called "Dusninane" after the famous Dunsinane Hill thought to be the location of the fort of Macbeth. Alfred was born in the area. They raised five children there.
  • Alfred Sydney Andrew died on 21 December 1929 in Queensland.
  • Alfred was buried in Crow's Nest Cemetery.
  • He and Elizabeth Ellen Gregson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Crow's Nest. Alf is shown as a grazier.

Children of Alfred Sydney Andrew and Elizabeth Ellen Gregson

Beth Andrew

F, b. 1903, d. 1903

Donald William Andrew

M, b. 1912, d. 28 June 1967

Ellen Dunsinane Andrew

F, b. 1913, d. 13 March 2000
  • Ellen Dunsinane Andrew was born in 1913 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Alfred Sydney Andrew and Elizabeth Ellen Gregson.
  • Ellen Dunsinane Andrew, a pupil of Violet (Maud) Askin partook in music exams, on 29 September 1926 in Crow's Nest . "Music Examinations.-In the practical music examination held recently at St. Joseph's Convent, under the auspices of the Trinity College of Music, London, Dr. C. Edgar Ford, F.T.O.M., F.R.G.O., being the examiner, all the candidates presented were successful. They were:-Pupils of the Sisters of St. Joseph.-Senior division: Nerrie Jefferson. Intermediate: Olive Sondergeld. Junior: Doreen Littleton, Erin Birrer. First steps: Constance McDiarmid. Pupils of Miss M. Askin. Intermediate division: Ellen Andrews. Junior: Mary Strack, Betsy Strack. Preparatory: Dorrie Andrews, Stella Davis. Pupils of Miss A. Gleeson.-Higher local division: Cecily Gleeson. Preparatory:
    Eileen Adams. First steps: Ivy Adams. Pupil of Mrs. Rogash.-Junior division:
    May Lavender."
  • Ellen Dunsinane Andrew and Donald William Andrew appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1936 living at Crow's Nest. Donald was a farmer and his sister Ellen a music teacher. They most likely lived with their mother Elizabeth in "Dunsinane" at Crow's Nest.
  • At the age of 24 years, Ellen Dunsinane Andrew married Roy Deeth, son of Charles Burton Death and Ellen Matilda Barnes, on 10 April 1937 in Queensland.
  • Ellen Dunsinane Andrew and Roy Deeth appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Hampton. Roy was a farmer.
  • Ellen Dunsinane Andrew died on 13 March 2000 in Toowoomba, Queensland.

Ellen Winnifred Andrew

F, b. 1877, d. 1958
  • Ellen Winnifred Andrew was born in 1877 in Queensland. Her birth registration showed HELEN.
  • She was the daughter of William Andrew and Louise Morley.
  • Ellen Winnifred Andrew appeared on the Electoral Roll with William Andrew and Louise Morley in 1903 in Andrew's Farm. William and their son William jnr were farmers. Louise and Ellen carried out home duties.
  • Ellen Winnifred Andrew died in 1958 in Queensland.

Keith Alexander Andrew

M, b. 23 February 1918, d. 12 March 1942
  • Keith Alexander Andrew was born on 23 February 1918 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Alfred Sydney Andrew and Elizabeth Ellen Gregson.
  • Keith Alexander Andrew enlisted in the Australian Air Force on 6 December 1940 in Brisbane. He was living in Crow's Nest when he enlisted. His service number was 404823 and he gave his next of kin as his mother Elizabeth. He was a Sergeant in the 445 Squadron.
  • Keith Alexander Andrew died on 12 March 1942 at age 24.
  • Keith was buried in Linconshire, England.

Rebe Louise Andrew

F, b. 1906
  • Rebe Louise Andrew was born in 1906 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Alexander Andrew and Sarah Elizabeth Brass.
  • Rebe Louise Andrew commenced school at Pinelands State School on 8 July 1912. She was 5 years old. Her father was a grazier at Pinelands at the time.
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1936 living at "Glen Glamis", Crow's Nest. She llived with her parents Alexander and Sarah and was a nurse.

Richard Andrew

M, b. circa 1800

William Andrew

M, b. circa 1850
  • William Andrew was born circa 1850. He was the son of John ANDREW and Sarah LAVING.
  • William Andrew married Louise Morley circa 1869.
  • William Andrew and Louise Morley appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Andrew's Farm. William and their son William jnr were farmers. Louise and Ellen carried out home duties.

Children of William Andrew and Louise Morley

William Francis Andrew

M, b. 1872, d. 1961
  • William Francis Andrew was born in 1872 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Andrew and Louise Morley.
  • William Francis Andrew appeared on the Electoral Roll with William Andrew and Louise Morley in 1903 in Andrew's Farm. William and their son William jnr were farmers. Louise and Ellen carried out home duties.
  • William Francis Andrew died in 1961 in Queensland.

Alan James Andrewarthur

M, b. circa 1890

Arthur Andrews

M, b. 1907

Dorothy Lily Andrews

F, b. 11 October 1904, d. 3 September 1979
  • Dorothy Lily Andrews was born on 11 October 1904 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Mary Ann Elizabeth Butt and Charles Henry Andrews.
  • At the age of 27 years, 3 months and 12 days, Dorothy Lily Andrews married Hans Wallace Reimers, son of John Matthew (Jack) Reimers and Annie Catherina Margareta Peters, on 23 January 1932 in Queensland.
  • On 22 December 1976,her husband, Hans Wallace Reimers died in Queensland at age 72.
  • Dorothy Lily Andrews died on 3 September 1979 in Queensland at age 74.

Edwin Andrews

M, b. circa 1875

Children of Edwin Andrews and Hannah Chick

Elizabeth Fleurine Andrews

F

Child of Elizabeth Fleurine Andrews and William Peach

Emma Andrews

F, b. 1882

Ernest L Andrews

M, b. 1905, d. 1905
  • Ernest L Andrews died in 1905 in Granville, New South Wales.
  • He was born in 1905 in Granville, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of Edwin Andrews and Hannah Chick.

Florence Ada Andrews

F, b. 1884, d. 15 March 1952
  • Florence Ada Andrews was born in 1884.
  • She was the daughter of William James Andrews and Emma Melinda Cox.
  • Florence Ada Andrews immigrated on 8 April 1885 to Queensland with William James Andrews and Emma Melinda Cox. Emma 23, and William 24, travelled on the Merkara with their children Emma 2, and infant Florence.
  • At the age of 23 years, Florence Ada Andrews married William Henry Maag, son of John Maag and Rosina Schaller, in 1907 in Queensland.
  • Florence Ada Andrews died on 15 March 1952 in Queensland.
  • Florence was buried on 18 March 1952 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.

George E Andrews

M, b. 1901

Gladys May Andrews

F, b. circa 1895

Martha Andrews

F, b. circa 1759, d. 28 June 1821
  • Martha Andrews was born circa 1759.
  • Martha Andrews married William Heath, son of John Heath and Joan Jeffrey, in 1794.
  • Martha Andrews died on 28 June 1821 in Froyle.
  • Martha was buried in Froyle. The inscription on her tomb reads: -(Chest tomb) Sacred to the memory of MARTHA HEATH, wife of WILLIAM HEATH of Bonhams, who departed this life 28 June 1821 aged 62 years.
    Sacred to the memory of WILLIAM HEATH of Bonhams who departed this life May 26 1836 aged 65 years
    .

Children of Martha Andrews and William Heath

Mary Andrews

F, b. circa 1755, d. 27 September 1805
  • Mary Andrews was born circa 1755.
  • Mary Andrews married Thomas Jeffrey, son of Thomas Jeffrey and Ann Ridge, circa 1775.
  • Mary Andrews died on 27 September 1805 in Froyle.
  • Mary was buried in Froyle. The inscription on their tomb reads: -(Chest tomb) Sacred to the memory of MARY JEFFREY, wife of THOMAS JEFFREY, who departed this life Sep 27th 1805 aged 50 years.
    Sacred to the memory of THOMAS JEFFREY of Bonhams who departed this life July 13th 1804 aged 64 years.

Mary Elizabeth Andrews

F, b. 21 April 1861, d. 18 August 1948
  • Mary Elizabeth Andrews was born on 21 April 1861 in Shropshire, England. She was the daughter of Samuel Andrews and Mary Jones.
  • At the age of 21 years, 11 months and 26 days, Mary Elizabeth Andrews married Alexander Matthews on 16 April 1883 in Shropshire, England.
  • Mary Elizabeth Andrews and Alexander Matthews immigrated to Brisbane on 12 October 1883. Alex 23 and Mary 22 travelled as steerage passengers, on the Western Monarch which had left Liverpool on 17 July 1883. The ship was quarantined a few days when it reached Brisbane.
  • Mary Elizabeth Andrews appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1903 and 1910 living at Crow's Nest. She carried out domestic duties.
  • She and Albert John Matthews appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1912 living at Pinelands. He was a farmer.
  • On 31 January 1913,her husband, Alexander Matthews died in Queensland at age 53. He died from injuries received while he was working as a ganger on the railway line at Murphy's Creek.
  • Mary Elizabeth Andrews appeared on the Electoral Roll with Albert John Matthews between 1916 and 1925 in Pinelands. They were farmers.
  • Mary Elizabeth Andrews appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1936 living at Pinelands. She carried out home duties.
  • Mary Elizabeth Andrews died on 18 August 1948 in Queensland at age 87.
  • Mary was buried on 20 August 1948 in Crow's Nest Cemetery. UNIT-00M-0018.

Children of Mary Elizabeth Andrews and Alexander Matthews

Mervyn Frederick George Andrews

M, b. circa 1900

Myra E Andrews

F, b. 1902