Thomas Edwin Loveday
M, b. 1847, d. 3 September 1916
- Thomas Edwin Loveday was born in 1847.
- He was the son of Thomas Loveday and Mary Elsome.
- Thomas Edwin Loveday immigrated on 16 December 1854 to Queensland with Thomas Loveday. Thomas, 45, a farm labourer and Mary 41 travelled on the General Hewitt with their children:- George 20 (listed under single males from Cheshire), Sophia 17 and Martha 15 (listed under single females from Essex), Arthur 13, Mark 10, Thomas 5, Elizabeth 5 and Mary 2.
- At the age of 29 years, Thomas Edwin Loveday married Sarah Elizabeth Gould, daughter of Joseph Gould and Eleanor (Ellen) Buchanan, on 4 October 1876.
- On 4 August 1877,Thomas Edwin Loveday's daughter, Unnamed Female Loveday was buried in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
- Thomas Edwin Loveday and Sarah Elizabeth Gould appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Plainby. Thomas was a farmer.Their son William Edwin also farmed at Plainby.
- On 31 October 1910,his wife, Sarah Elizabeth Gould died in Queensland at age 50.
- After 12 February 1915,Thomas Edwin Loveday's son, Joseph Gould Loveday was buried in Crow's Nest Cemetery.
- Thomas Edwin Loveday died on 3 September 1916 in Queensland.
- He was buried in Crow's Nest Cemetery.
- The Methodist Church in Crow's Nest erected memorial plaques to early Crow's Nest Pioneers on the Church fence. Edwin & Sarah's names were amongst them.
Children of Thomas Edwin Loveday and Sarah Elizabeth Gould
- Unnamed Female Loveday b. 4 August 1877, d. 4 August 1877
- Joseph Loveday b. 1878, d. 1878
- William Edwin Loveday b. 23 March 1880, d. 1955
- Thomas Joseph Loveday b. 16 August 1882
- Henry George Loveday+ b. 4 March 1884, d. 11 October 1964
- Elizabeth Agnes Loveday b. 23 December 1885, d. 1961
- Eleanor Mary Loveday b. 22 January 1888
- Lily Beatrice Loveday+ b. 26 January 1890, d. 17 September 1936
- Agnes Maud Loveday b. 10 June 1893, d. 28 June 1978
- Joseph Gould Loveday b. 10 April 1896, d. 12 February 1915
- Vincent Charles Loveday b. 9 August 1898
- Sarah Loveday b. 1900, d. 1900
- Mark Raymond Loveday b. 1903
Thomas Joseph Loveday
M, b. 16 August 1882
Unnamed Female Loveday
F, b. 4 August 1877, d. 4 August 1877
- Unnamed Female Loveday was born on 4 August 1877 in Queensland.
- Unnamed Female Loveday died on 4 August 1877 in Queensland. She was 30 minutes old.
- She was the daughter of Thomas Edwin Loveday and Sarah Elizabeth Gould.
- Unnamed Female Loveday was buried on 4 August 1877 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
Vincent Charles Loveday
M, b. 9 August 1898
William Edwin Loveday
M, b. 23 March 1880, d. 1955
- William Edwin Loveday was born on 23 March 1880 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Thomas Edwin Loveday and Sarah Elizabeth Gould.
- William Edwin Loveday appeared on the Electoral Roll with Thomas Edwin Loveday and Sarah Elizabeth Gould in 1903 in Plainby. Thomas was a farmer.Their son William Edwin also farmed at Plainby.
- William Edwin Loveday died in 1955 in Queensland.
Albert Edward Lovejoy
M, b. 1901
F, b. 1885, d. 1903
- Annie Lovejoy was born in 1885 in Queensland.
- She was the daughter of William Thomas Lovejoy and Ann Wockner.
- At the age of 17 years, Annie Lovejoy married Frederick Hermann Kahler, son of Johann Jost Joseph Kahler and Marie Louise Schmaling, in 1902.
- Annie Lovejoy and Frederick Hermann Kahler appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Lovejoy's Farm, Goombungee. He was a labourer. Annie appeard on the roll under her maiden name.
- Annie Lovejoy died in 1903 in Queensland.
- She was buried in Meringandan Cemetery.
Charlotte Edith Lovejoy
F, b. 1888
F, b. 1893
Evelyn May Lovejoy
F, b. 1900
George Henry Lovejoy
M, b. May 1895, d. 5 April 1917
- George Henry Lovejoy was born in May 1895 in Goombungee.
- He was the son of William Thomas Lovejoy and Ann Wockner.
- George Henry Lovejoy enlisted in the AIF on 7 January 1916 in Toowoomba. He joined the 49th Battalion - service number 5070 and listed his next of kin as his mother Annie of Spring Grove, Bell. He was a labourer aged 19 years and 8 months.
- George Henry Lovejoy was killed in action on 5 April 1917 in Bullecourt, Pas-de-Calais, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France, at age 21.
Henry (Harry) Sylvester Lovejoy
M, b. 1891, d. 1950
- Henry (Harry) Sylvester Lovejoy was born in 1891 in Queensland.
- He was the son of William Thomas Lovejoy and Ann Wockner.
- Henry (Harry) Sylvester Lovejoy selected land - He was a 23 year old labourer and gave his next of kin as his mother Annie. He served in the 7th Battalion in Suez - service no 1969 and was discharged on August 1915
on 19 January 1915 in Toowoomba.
- Henry (Harry) Sylvester Lovejoy died in 1950 in Queensland.
James Thomas Lovejoy
M, b. 1896, d. 1981
John Walker Lovejoy
M, b. 1883, d. 1943
Mary Palmer Lovejoy
F, b. 1879
F, b. 1887
M, b. 1898
Thomas George Lovejoy
M, b. May 1895, d. 4 November 1895
William Frederick Lovejoy
M, b. 1880, d. 1943
- William Frederick Lovejoy was born in 1880 in Queensland.
- He was the son of William Thomas Lovejoy and Ann Wockner.
- William Frederick Lovejoy appeared on the Electoral Roll with William Thomas Lovejoy and Ann Wockner in 1903 in Goombungee. William was a farmer. Their son William Frederick was a labourer at Goombungee.
- William Frederick Lovejoy died in 1943 in Queensland.
William Thomas Lovejoy
M, b. 1849, d. 24 August 1913
- Indus - 1 July 1872: Other Immigrants on the same ship
- William Thomas Lovejoy was born in 1849 in Middlesex, England. He was the son of Thomas Lovejoy and Mary Palmer.
- He immigrated to Moreton Bay on 1 July 1872. William 25 and Caroline 21 travelled on the Indus which left London on 10 Apr 1872. They travelled as free passengers.
- At the age of 29 years, William Thomas Lovejoy married Ann Wockner, daughter of Christian Wockner and Charlotte Edith Walker, in 1878 in Queensland.
- On 8 March 1890 conditional approval was given by the Lands Court for William's selection of 800 acres at Djuan.
- On 22 February 1894 "Mr W Lovejoy, member for Aubigny, addressed a meeting of electors at Goombungee last night, and met with a good reception, the audiance being quite enthusiastic. He explained his financial difficulties, which elicited the sympathy of his hearers, and stated that it was his intention to stand for re-election when his seat was declared vacant. The motion of Mr Herman Lucht seconded by Mr William Bôdycott, the following resolution was carried unanimously -' That Mr Lovejoy had faithfully performed his duties as member for Aubigny, and still retained the confidence of the electors of Goombungee. "
- On 5 November 1895,William Thomas Lovejoy's son, Thomas George Lovejoy was buried in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
- On 1 January 1896 The Queenslander's Goombungee correspondant reported "Our township has received a further impetus, through the opening on New Year's Day, of the newly-erected Pioneer Hotel. Mr. W. Lovejoy, late member for Aubigny, is the owner and occupier. A store and butcher's shop are to be added, and when this occurs Goombungee will begin to look quite business like. We will have, then, three stores, three butcher's shops, a hotel, a State school, a hall, and a German Church."
- On 9 May 1896 The Queenslander reported "" I hear Mr. Lovejoy has sold property in Goombungee, and is going up North. Although rejected by a large majority at the recent election, Mr. Lovejoy's departure from the district can only be regretted, as he is an energetic and pushing business man". It appears William did not leave the district. On 25 June 1896 he was declaired insolvent.
- On 21 January 1897 The Courier Mail reported:-
" From the " Darling Downs Gazette" we take tho following particulars of a case heard on Tuesday last in the Toowoomba Police Court, before Captain Goodall,P.M. : Daniel Bain, trustee in the insolvent estate of William Lovejoy, proceeded against the insolvent for omitting to keep proper books of account to how the true state of affairs. Mr. C. W. Hamilton appeared for the trustee, and Mr. R. Dodd for the defendant, Wiliam Lovejoy. In the course of his evidence Mr. Bain produced the depositions of the insolvent. He noticed in the depositions receipt for sale of land, £450, to Frederick Wockner, Meringandan. This was on tho 6th June, 1896. Defendant had shown witness no book of account show- ing the dealings with that money ; had asked him for it. In the deposition produced was the explanation of the disposal of that money. He said the property was mortgaged. None of the alleged ways of disposal of the money appeared in his book of account (book produced). By Mr. Dodd : Mr. Lovejoy stated he was doing very little business in Goombungee-in fact, the business was so small It was no use keep- ing books. No evidence was called for the defence. Defendant was committed to take his trial at the Circuit Court to bo held in Too- woomba on the 1st March, bail being allowed, defendant in the sum of £40 and one surety of £40.
Defendant was also committed for trial on a charge of having unlawfully and with intent to defraud his creditors made a gift of £30 to his wife, being part of a sum of £190, the proceeds of the sale of a hotel at Goombungee. The trustee, in his evidence, stated that In the depositions of his examination in insolvency the defendant swore he gave to his wife £30 to provide for herself and children during her confine- ment. Witness had been directed to make this prosecution by the committee of in- spection In the estate. By Mr. Dodd : Defendant also swore that £2 10s. of the £30 he gave was expended in purchasing a bullock from Mr. J. H. Ball, which was killed and the meat used for his household, and since his insolvency his household ex- penses had been paid out of the £30 he gave his wife. Defendant afterwards gave evidence in his own behalf, in the course of which he said : When I said that I gave my wife £30, I did not mean I counted out £30 to her. She asked me for money for use in connection with the household expenses ; told her she knew where it was, and to take what she wanted. My wife left Toowoomba on the I6th December, 1895, and had bought no drapery for the family until just previous to my Insolvency. Have nine children. We keep a servant My wife buys provisions in bulk. Was sued by Backhouse and Co., Brisbane, and they obtained Judgment against me about June or May, 1896. Under that Judgment Backhouse and Co. caused me to be ar- rested. It was reported I was leaving the colony. Do not know of any other cause of my arrest. Was confined in the Toowoomba Gaol for a few nights. For the purpose of obtaining my release, signed the petition for my in- solvency. Had it not been for my arrest and insolvency I would not have gone Insolvent. Had I time to look to my affairs I believe I had sufficient property to obtain a good livelihood and liquidate my debts. Ho was also cross-examined at some length, and was then committed for trial, as already stated."
- On 18 February 1899 The Brisbane Courier reported :- "In the matter of Wm. Lovejoy, of Goombungee, farmer, &c, insolvent, Mr. Hawthorn (Messrs. Macdonald-Paterson and Hawthorn) applied under section 168 for a certificate of discharge to be granted to the insolvent. The insolvent attributed his Insolvency to unforeseen expenses incurred in contesting Aubigny seat at the last general elections, and to loss of credit owing to his arrest for the non-payment of a debt.
His Honour remarked that every one had a right to become a member of Parliament, but whether he had the right to contest an election on credit he did not know. The late Mr. Justice Harding decided that if a man went insolvent through starting a law- suit without the prospect of being able to pay the reasonable costs of the proceedings his insolvency was not occasioned by causes for which be could not bo held responsible. He questioned whether the same principle ought not to be applied to a man who contested an election without a reasonable prospect of getting in. He asked whether Mr. Lovejoy wanted to contest the seat at the approaching election.
Mr. Hawthorn assured his Honour that his client had had enough of it. The real cause of his troubles was that his arrest de- stroyed his credit and prevented him from retrieving his position.
His Honour granted the certificate."
- In 1901 William was listed as a farmer of Goombungee in the Crow's Nest Post Office Directory.
- William Thomas Lovejoy selected 100 acres of land in 1902 in Goombungee.
- He and Ann Wockner appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Goombungee. William was a farmer. Their son William Frederick was a labourer at Goombungee.
- On 27 June 1903 The Queenslander reported " GOOMBUNGEE, June 19. The Sllverwood and Lowood Butter Company's cream waggons ply regularly three times a week from here to the railway at Meringandan, and the supply is being maintained very well. In all there are three waggons in operation, carrying cream from here. Messrs. Scholefleld and Godsall, of Toowoomba, conducted a successful sale on behalf of Mr. W. Lovejoy, when portion of the estate was offered and sold at £2.28. 6d. per acre.
- In July 1904 William auctioned his hotel, as well as a substancial property in King Street, and 220 acres of land 5 miles from Goombungee.
- William Thomas Lovejoy died on 24 August 1913 in Queensland.
- On 28 August 1913 William Thomas Lovejoy's obituary appeared in " Death of a Downs Resident.
The death is announced of Mr. William Thomas Lovejoy, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs, J. A. M'lntyre, Marble street, Dalby. Deceased, who was 64 years of age, arrived in Queensland in 1873 with his sister, Miss G. Wicks, of Jondaryan, by the sailing boat Indus, He came to Eton Vale, but his attention was turned to the Etheridge goldfield, where he was engaged as a carrier. He subsequently went to Westbrook and selected a home stead, where he lived for some years.
The first hotel at Meringandan was built by him. In 1893 he contested the Aubigny electorate, and defeated Mr. W. Thorn. In the succeeding year he was defeated by Mr. W. Thorn in a by-election. After 1891 he occupied the Travellers' Home Hotel, in Toowoomba, on the site where the Globe Hotel stands to-day. From there he went to Goombungee, and built the Pioneer Arms Hotel, the first in that town. He worked a farm in conjunction with the hotel, and used the latest machinery- for many years he was a member of the Rosalie Shire Council, after which he was located at Bowenville. His last home was at Spring Grove, in the Bell district. He declined to contest the Murilla electorate on one occasion on account, of failing health. The deceased was a keen advocate of sport, and owned some good racehorses. He married Miss Annie Wockner, of Rosalie, and nearly all the members of the family were present when he breathed his last. Mr. Lovejoy was widely known all over the Downs". It read:- (an unknown value.)
Children of William Thomas Lovejoy and Ann Wockner
- Mary Palmer Lovejoy b. 1879
- William Frederick Lovejoy b. 1880, d. 1943
- John Walker Lovejoy b. 1883, d. 1943
- Annie Lovejoy+ b. 1885, d. 1903
- Nellie Lovejoy b. 1887
- Charlotte Edith Lovejoy b. 1888
- Henry (Harry) Sylvester Lovejoy b. 1891, d. 1950
- Edith Lovejoy b. 1893
- Thomas George Lovejoy b. May 1895, d. 4 November 1895
- George Henry Lovejoy b. May 1895, d. 5 April 1917
- James Thomas Lovejoy b. 1896, d. 1981
- Thomas Lovejoy b. 1898
- Evelyn May Lovejoy b. 1900
- Albert Edward Lovejoy b. 1901
M, b. 1862, d. 18 October 1953
- Albert Lovell was born in 1862 in Hampshire, England.
- He was the son of Mark Lovell and Mary Ann Wain.
- Albert Lovell immigrated to Queensland on 25 June 1889. He was 27 years old and travelled, assisted, on the Merkara, sailing from London on 20 Apr 1899. He was a farm labourer from Hampshire. His brother Bernard immigrated the following year.
- He appeared on the Electoral Roll with Bernard Lovell and Sarah Jane Smith in 1903 in Djuan. Bernard was a farmer. Albert Lovell also farmed at Djuan.
- Albert Lovell died on 18 October 1953 in Queensland.
- He was buried on 20 October 1953 in Toowoomba & Drayton Cemetery.
M, b. 1865, d. 1931
- Bernard Lovell was born in 1865 in Hampshire, England.
- He was the son of Mark Lovell and Mary King.
- Bernard Lovell immigrated on 22 July 1890. He was 25, a native of Hampshire and travelled on the Taroba. He disembarked at Townsville.
- At the age of 30 years, Bernard Lovell married Sarah Jane Smith in 1895 in Queensland.
- Bernard Lovell and Sarah Jane Smith appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Djuan. Bernard was a farmer. Albert Lovell also farmed at Djuan.
- Bernard Lovell died in 1931 in Queensland.
M, b. 1906
M, b. 8 November 1918, d. November 2006
- Business Owners: Other Business Owners
- Dudley Lovell was born on 8 November 1918 in Queensland.
- He enlisted in the Australian Army on 3 February 1942 in Brisbane. His service number was QX 29811 and he gave his wife Joan as his next of kin. He was living in Milmerran when he enlisted and was discharge with the rank of Sergeant in the 2/29 Transport Platoon on 5 Feb 1946.
- At the age of 26 years and 10 days, Dudley Lovell married Joan Elizabeth Pimm on 18 November 1944 in Millmerran.
- Dudley Lovell and Joan Elizabeth Pimm appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1963 and 1968 living at Esk Street, Crow's Nest. Dudley was a dry cleaner.
- Dudley Lovell died in November 2006.
- He was buried on 8 November 2006 in Crow's Nest Cemetery.
M, b. circa 1840
M, b. 1902, d. 1984
Mary Jane Lovell
F, b. 1898
Olga Doreen Lovell
F, b. 12 April 1904, d. 1984
- Charts: Descendants of Charles Eyles
Olive Alice Lovell
F, b. 1884, d. 1 November 1964
- Charts: Descendants of Thomas Austin
- Olive Alice Lovell was born in 1884 in Queensland. She was the daughter of William Edward Lovell and Alice Stockbridge.
- At the age of 24 years, Olive Alice Lovell married Arthur James Chivell Austin, son of John Honey Austin and Mary Jane Burt Chivell, on 14 September 1908 in Queensland.
- Olive Alice Lovell and Arthur James Chivell Austin appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Glengilp, Cecil Plains. Arthur was a farmer and Olive carried out home duties.
- Olive Alice Lovell and Arthur James Chivell Austin appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Helidon. Arthur was a farmer and Olive carried out home duties.
- Olive Alice Lovell and Arthur James Chivell Austin appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Kenilworth Street. Arthur was a fruiterer and Olive carried out home duties.
- Olive Alice Lovell and Arthur James Chivell Austin appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1937 living at 12 Rosebury Street, Toowoomba. Arthur was a labourer and Olive carried out home duties. Their son Vincent who lived with them was also a labourer.
- On 8 July 1939,her husband, Arthur James Chivell Austin died in Queensland at age 64.
- Olive Alice Lovell died on 1 November 1964 in Queensland.
- She was buried on 4 November 1964 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.