Ellen Kynoch

F, b. 1862

Hannah Kynoch

F, b. 1864

John Kynoch

M, b. 1866, d. 20 May 1939
  • John Kynoch was born in 1866 in Highfields, Queensland.
  • He was the son of David Kynoch and Margaret Reimen/Raymond.
  • When the Perseverance Creek School was opened in November 1880, the first day pupils were John Ryan, William Diamond, Alf Ernest Bidgood, Miriam Case, Kate Diamond, Rachel Diamond, Ann Hebbel, Margaret Hebbel, Jacob Hebbel, Emily White, Mary Ryan, and George Case. The first head teacher was Thomas Walls and the School Committee consisted of Joseph Cossart (Secretary - his eldest child was only four at the time), Alf Bidgood, John Hebbel, James and John McQuillan.
    The following year Alice Brown, Joseph Cronk, John Brown, Edward Brown, Alice Cronk, Minnie Humberdross, Emma Humberdross and John Kynoch were enrolled.
  • At the age of 28 years, John Kynoch married Mary Ann Robinson, daughter of Edward Robinson and Mary Ann McCaul, in 1894 in Queensland.
  • In 1901 John was listed as a carrier and butcher of Perseverance Creek in the Crow's Nest Post Office Directory.
  • John Kynoch and Mary Ann Robinson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Ravensbourne. He was a butcher.
  • In 1905 John built a butcher shop on his property Tambarian. He reared his own bullocks on the 5700 acre property which was east of the Ravensbourne National Park and supplied residents of the Ravensbourne and Persevernce districts. He later moved his livestock to a property called Buckamara purchased from Mick Dalton in 1902.
  • John Kynoch and Mary Ann Robinson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1909 living at Ravensbourne. John was a butcher.
  • John Kynoch and Mary Ann Robinson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Ravensbourne. John was a butcher.
  • John Kynoch and Mary Ann Robinson appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1921 and 1930 living at Perseverance. John was a butcher.
  • On 20 April 1934 The Courier Mail reported:- "
    The Governor (Sir Leslie Wilson) had an experience of bad Queensland roads today on his visit to Ravensbourne. Owing to a storm last night the roads on the way to Ravensbourne National Park, beyond Perseverance, were in a very bad state, and the car in which the Governor was driving became bogged.
    Pieces of bark, wood, and branches had to be placed under the wheels to get through. Later more trouble was experienced, and it was necessary to use man power to push the car to solid ground. Mr. Peter Wilson, son of the Governor, worked hard with the rest in endeavouring to extricate the car.
    On the return journey the car got properly fast in a deep rut, the differential getting down to the ground so that the car could not move.
    Messrs. J. E. England, secretary of the Main Roads Commission, and J. G. Parker, engineer for the Commission, were with the party, and they had an axe and a spade with them in the car. The spade was used to dig away the mud, and the car was jacked up. Wood and branches were placed under the wheels. There were plenty of willing workers.
    His Excellency was among the party gathering wood and bark to help the car out. He seemed to enjoy the ad- venture, and laughed and joked with those helping to extricate the car.
    MOUNT KYNOCH.
    This was the last of the trouble, as the party arrived about an hour late at Stony Pinch, which was re- named Mount Kynoch, in honour of Councillor J. Kynoch, who had been chairman of the Highfields Shire Council for 17 years.
    Councillor H. Franke introduced the Governor, who said that Councillor Kynoch had a remarkable record, as he had never missed a council meeting during his 30 years as a member of the council, and in addition had never accepted one penny remuneration, though he was justly entitled to accept it.
    Sir Leslie unveiled a granite tablet on the roadside to commemorate the occasion.
    Councillor Kynoch suitably responded.
    RECORDS OF PIONEERS.
    Speaking at a luncheon arranged by the Highfields Shire Council in his honour, Sir Leslie urged that the records of the pioneers should be kept. It spoke volumes for the courage, enterprise, and determination of the British race that these people had I come to Queensland and undergone such hardships in developing the wonderful Darling Downs. He hoped that the records of these early days would be preserved carefully, so that future generations could know how the district was developed.
    "I think we are a little apt to let time slip by," he added. "These are precious years when you can get a lot of memoranda and many valuable documents. I think it is up to us in this present generation to preserve
    these documents."
  • On 15 December 1936,his wife, Mary Ann Robinson died in Queensland.
  • John Kynoch died on 20 May 1939 in Queensland. The Queensland Times reported:- "CR. JOHN KYNOCH. The death occurred in Toowoomba on Sunday night of Cr. John Kynoch, who, for nearly 35 years, was a member of the Highfields Shire Council. He was born at Highfields 74 years ago, and educated at the Highfields State School and later at the Ipswich Grammar School. He was elected to the Highflelds Council in 1905. For 25 years he was Chairman. On all but three occasions, he was unopposed. He is survived by one son, Mr. David Kynoch, his wife having died two years ago."
  • He was buried on 23 May 1939 in Cabarlah Cemetery. RC1-00E-0011.

Child of John Kynoch and Mary Ann Robinson

Thomas Knight Kynoch

M, b. 19 February 1877, d. 5 September 1954
  • Thomas Knight Kynoch was born on 19 February 1877 in Queensland. According to his birth registration he was named Thomas Knight Cochrane, the son of Thomas Knight Cochrane and Catherine Frances Ambrose. On his mother's marriage to Thomas Beverley he was raised by the Kynock family.
  • He was the son of Thomas Knight Cochrane and Catherine Frances Ambrose.
  • Thomas Knight Kynoch appeared on the Electoral Roll with David Kynoch and Margaret Reimen/Raymond in 1903 in Ravensbourne. He was a farmer. Their son Thomas Knight was a labourer.
  • Thomas Knight Kynoch appeared on the Electoral Roll with David Kynoch and Margaret Reimen/Raymond in 1909 in Ravensbourne, Queensland. David was a farmer. His son John was a butcher and son Thomas a teamster - both Margaret and Thomas gave their address as Mt Kynoch.
  • At the age of 34 years, Thomas Knight Kynoch married Matilda Kate Robinson, daughter of Louis Robinson and Harriet Ladner, in 1912 in Queensland.
  • Thomas Knight Kynoch and Matilda Kate Robinson appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1913 and 1949 living at Perseverance. Thomas was a grazier.
  • Thomas Knight Kynoch died on 5 September 1954 in Queensland at age 77. His parents were given as David Kynock and Margaret Raymond on his Death Registration.
  • He was buried on 6 September 1954 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. METH5-003-0024.

Virgil John Kynoch

M, b. circa 1930, d. 1975

Louissa Margrater La Frentz

F, b. circa 1875

Children of Louissa Margrater La Frentz and Charles Eyles

Albert Victor Lacey

M, b. 1911

Charles Williams Lacey

M, b. 1884, d. 1896
  • Charles Williams Lacey was born in 1884.
  • He was the son of Robert Lacey and Emma Jane Allen.
  • Charles Williams Lacey died in 1896 in Queensland.

Elizabeth Lacey

F, b. 1876, d. 1955
  • Elizabeth Lacey was born in 1876 in New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of William Lacey and Sarah Ann McCullogh.
  • At the age of 22 years, Elizabeth Lacey married Harold Littleton, son of John Thomas Littleton and Harriet Ball, on 16 August 1898 in Queensland.
  • Elizabeth Lacey and Harold Littleton appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at South Street, Crow's Nest. Harold was a mail man.
  • Elizabeth Lacey and Harold Littleton appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at South Street, Crow's Nest. Harold was a mailman.
  • Elizabeth Lacey and Alma Florence Littleton appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1934 living at Crow's Nest. She carried out home duties. Her daughter Alma most likely lived with her.
  • In 1938,her husband, Harold Littleton died in Queensland.
  • Elizabeth Lacey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Crow's Nest. She carried out home duties.
  • Elizabeth Lacey died in 1955 in Queensland.

Children of Elizabeth Lacey and Harold Littleton

Ernest Frederick Lacey

M, b. 1900

Fanny Lacey

F, b. 1892

Florence May Lacey

F, b. 6 April 1893, d. 30 December 1967

George Lacey

M, b. 1894, d. 1894

George Robert Lacey

M, b. 6 March 1917, d. 29 July 1987
  • George Robert Lacey was also known as Robert.
  • He was born on 6 March 1917 in Wondai.
  • At the age of 24 years, 3 months and 8 days, George Robert Lacey married Helen Eliza Ross on 14 June 1941 in Gympie.
  • George Robert Lacey died on 29 July 1987 at age 70.
  • He was buried in Crow's Nest Cemetery.

Hannah Lacey

F, b. 1865, d. 21 April 1912
  • Hannah Lacey was born in 1865. She was the daughter of Edmund and Ellen.
  • At the age of 27 years, Hannah Lacey married William John Bailey on 3 February 1892 in Queensland. William was the eldest son of W. B. Bailey of Fernvale Nursery, Pimpama and Hannah was the daughter of Edmund Lacey of Kilshanny, County Clare.
  • Hannah Lacey witnessed the burial of John Lacey Bailey on 17 December 1900 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery; He was 14 months old.
  • Hannah Lacey and William John Bailey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Mountain Camp. William was a farmer and Hannah carried out home dutes.
  • Hannah Lacey died on 21 April 1912 in Mountain Camp, Queensland. The death was announced in The Brisbane Courier :- The death occurred al Mountain Camp on Sunday evening last, after a long illness, of Mr W J Bailey, one of the most devoted workers in connection with the Crow's Nest Roman Catholic Church (our Crow's Nest corrrespondent telegraphed yesterday) The funeral took place yesterday morning, and was largely attended, the members of the Hibernian Society and the Sunday school children walking in front of the procession.
  • She was buried on 23 April 1912 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.
  • Probate for her estate was granted to her husband William on 12 September 1912; realty, and personalty £565.

Children of Hannah Lacey and William John Bailey

Henry Lacey

M, b. 1879

Herbert Lacey

M, b. 24 September 1889, d. 12 October 1928
  • Herbert Lacey was born on 24 September 1889 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Lacey and Sarah Ann McCullogh.
  • Herbert Lacey and Sidney Lacey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Emu Creek. Both brothers were labourers.
  • At the age of 31 years, 4 months and 30 days, Herbert Lacey married Nellie Florence Middleton on 23 February 1921 in Fortitude Valley.
  • Herbert Lacey died on 12 October 1928 in Queensland at age 39.

Jessie Lacey

F, b. 7 March 1886, d. 1957
  • Jessie Lacey was born on 7 March 1886 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of William Lacey and Sarah Ann McCullogh.
  • Jessie Lacey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Crow's Nest. She was a shop assistant. Her brother Sydney worked in Crow's Nest as a labourer and brother Thomas as a bullock driver. Her father was a farmer.
  • At the age of 23 years, Jessie Lacey married John McKenzie in 1910 in Queensland.
  • Jessie Lacey died in 1957 in New South Wales.

Martha A Lacey

F, b. 1875, d. 1875

Rebecca Lacey

F, b. 1874, d. 1891

Robert Lacey

M, b. 1853, d. 1911
  • Robert Lacey was born in 1853 in England. He was the son of Charles Lacey and Susan.
  • Robert Lacey married Emma Jane Allen circa 1874.
  • Robert Lacey died in 1911 in Queensland.

Children of Robert Lacey and Emma Jane Allen

Robert Frederick Lacey

M, b. circa 1870
  • Robert Frederick Lacey was born circa 1870.
  • Robert Frederick Lacey married Alma Martha Wise circa 1895.

Children of Robert Frederick Lacey and Alma Martha Wise

Ruby Lacey

F, b. August 1891, d. 11 July 1892
  • Ruby Lacey was born in August 1891 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of William Lacey and Sarah Ann McCullogh.
  • Ruby Lacey died on 11 July 1892 in Queensland.
  • She was buried on 12 July 1892 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.

Sarah Ann Lacey

F, b. 1879, d. 7 November 1955
  • Sarah Ann Lacey was born in 1879 in Redfern, New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of William Lacey and Sarah Ann McCullogh.
  • At the age of 20 years, Sarah Ann Lacey married John William Brass, son of John Brass and Rebecca Lemmon, in 1899 in Queensland.
  • Sarah Ann Lacey and John William Brass appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Crow's Nest. John was a farmer.
  • Sarah Ann Lacey and John William Brass appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1930 living at "Durham Brae", Crow's Nest. John was a farmer and their son Eric a labourer/farmer.
  • Sarah Ann Lacey died in 1955 in Queensland.
  • Sarah Ann Lacey died on 7 November 1955 in Rosemount, Queensland.
  • She was cremated on 8 November 1955 in Mt Thompson Crematorium.

Children of Sarah Ann Lacey and John William Brass

Sidney Lacey

M, b. 1 July 1887, d. 29 June 1942
  • Sidney Lacey was born on 1 July 1887 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Lacey and Sarah Ann McCullogh.
  • Sidney Lacey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Queensland. He was a labourer. His sister worked in Crow's Nest as a shop assistant and his father was a farmer. Brother Thomas was a bullock driver.
  • He and Herbert Lacey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Emu Creek. Both brothers were labourers.
  • Sidney Lacey died on 29 June 1942 in Queensland at age 54.

Susan Matilda Lacey

F, b. 1890

Thomas Kingsmill Lacey

M, b. 1881, d. 26 February 1945
  • Thomas Kingsmill Lacey was born in 1881 in Redfern, New South Wales.
  • He was the son of William Lacey and Sarah Ann McCullogh.
  • Thomas Kingsmill Lacey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Crow's Nest. He was a bullock driver. His parents also lived in Crow's Nest where his father was a farmer.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Crow's Nest. He was a bullock driver. His father was still farming at Crow's Nest at the time and his sister Jessie worked there as a shop assistant and brother Sidney as a labourer.
  • Thomas Kingsmill Lacey died on 26 February 1945 in Queensland.

William Lacey

M, b. 1850, d. 31 July 1921
  • William Lacey was born in 1850 in County Cork, Ireland. He was the son of John LACEY and Ann FERGUSON.
  • At the age of 21 years, William Lacey married Sarah Ann McCullogh, daughter of William McCulloch and Martha Robinson, on 28 October 1871 in Queensland.
  • In August 1897 William Lacey and J. P. Nolan were appointed as a members of the Committee of the State Schools at Crow's Nest.
  • William Lacey and Sarah Ann McCullogh appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Crow's Nest. William was listed as a farmer. Their son Thomas worked in Crow's Nest as a bullock driver.
  • William Lacey and Sarah Ann McCullogh appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Crow's Nest. William was a farmer. Their children Jessie, a shop assistant, Thomas, a bullock driver and Sydney, a labourer also lived at Crow's Nest.
  • On 21 September 1909,his wife, Sarah Ann McCullogh died in Queensland at age 57. Her death was reported in The Brisbane Courier on 22 Sep 1909 :- "Sudden Death at Crow's Nest. Mrs. W. Lacey, sen., a very old resident of Crow's Nest, died suddenly tonight (our Crow's Nest correspondent advised last evening). Mrs. Lacey, who was a prominent member of the Methodist Church, had been busy all day cooking for a social gathering in aid of the church, and towards evening she went to see Mrs, Colthup, a neighbour. While she was there Mrs. Colthup left the room to get an article which she intended to show Mrs. Lacey, and on returning found that she had fallen onto the floor. Dr. Overend was summoned, and on examination found life to be extinct, death being due to heart failure. The deceased, who was widely known and much respected, had lived for 20 years in this district. Her husband survives her, and there is a grown up family."
  • On 31 May 1911 Letters of Adminsitration for Sarah Lacey's property were granted to William Lacey jnr as reported in The Brisbane Courier:- "Lacey, Sarah, late of Crow's Nest, wife of William Lacey, sen., farm labourer; died September 21. 1909 ; realty, £229, personalty £229. Letters of administration granted to William Lacey the younger, of Toowoomba, machinist, son of the deceased. Groom and Lavers (by Crouch and Eden), solicitors."
  • William Lacey died on 31 July 1921 in Queensland.

Children of William Lacey and Sarah Ann McCullogh

William Lacey

M, b. 25 October 1871, d. 24 October 1946
  • William Lacey was born on 25 October 1871 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Lacey and Sarah Ann McCullogh.
  • At the age of 27 years, 5 months and 18 days, William Lacey married Unknown Karl Anna on 12 April 1899 in Queensland.
  • William Lacey was granted Administration of the will of William Lacey on 31 May 1911; Letters of Adminsitration for Sarah Lacey's property were granted to William Lacey jnr as reported in The Brisbane Courier:- "Lacey, Sarah, late of Crow's Nest, wife of William Lacey, sen., farm labourer; died September 21. 1909 ; realty, £229, personalty £229. Letters of administration granted to William Lacey the younger, of Toowoomba, machinist, son of the deceased. Groom and Lavers (by Crouch and Eden), solicitors."
  • On 31 May 1911 Letters of Adminsitration for Sarah Lacey's property were granted to William Lacey jnr as reported in The Brisbane Courier:- "Lacey, Sarah, late of Crow's Nest, wife of William Lacey, sen., farm labourer; died September 21. 1909 ; realtv, £229, personalty £229. Letters of administration granted to William Lacey the younger, of Toowoomba, machinist, son of the deceased. Groom and Lavers (by Crouch and Eden), solicitors."
  • William Lacey died on 24 October 1946 in Queensland at age 74.
  • He was buried on 25 October 1946 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.

William Lacey

M, b. 1894, d. 1894