Percy Herbert Bentley

M, b. 29 September 1889, d. 1966
  • Percy Herbert Bentley was born on 29 September 1889 in New South Wales.
  • He was the son of William Bentley and Phoebe Chapman.
  • At the age of 32 years, Percy Herbert Bentley married Georgina M Coughlin in 1922 in New South Wales.
  • Percy Herbert Bentley died in 1966 in New South Wales.

Phoebe Beatrice Bentley

F, b. 19 December 1880, d. 29 June 1961
  • Phoebe Beatrice Bentley was born on 19 December 1880 in New South Wales.
  • She was the daughter of William Bentley and Phoebe Chapman.
  • At the age of 29 years, Phoebe Beatrice Bentley married George McCullagh in 1910 in Queensland.
  • Phoebe Beatrice Bentley died on 29 June 1961 in Queensland at age 80.

William Bentley

M, b. December 1839
  • William Bentley was born in December 1839 in New South Wales. He was the son of William Bentley and Johanna.
  • At the age of 19 years and 3 months, William Bentley married Phoebe Chapman on 2 March 1859 in Frazer's Creek, New South Wales.
  • In 1890 he was a drover.
  • On 6 August 1926,his wife, Phoebe Chapman died in Queensland at age 82.

Children of William Bentley and Phoebe Chapman

William James Bentley

M, b. 1860, d. 1938
  • William James Bentley was born in 1860 in New South Wales.
  • He was the son of William Bentley and Phoebe Chapman.
  • At the age of 27 years, William James Bentley married Catherine Doherty in 1887 in Glen Innes.
  • William James Bentley died in 1938 in New South Wales.

George Benton

M, b. 1829, d. 1872
  • George Benton was born in 1829.
  • George Benton married Sarah Astbury circa 1852.
  • George Benton died in 1872.
  • He's name appeared on a list of eligible voters for the Electoral District of Aubigny on 12 January 1888 .He was living at Pechey and was a Resident of the Electorate.

Children of George Benton and Sarah Astbury

Mary Ann Benton

F, b. 19 July 1855, d. 20 November 1926

William Astbury & Mary Ann Benton with their family c 1892. Photo thanks to R. Astbury
  • Mary Ann Benton was born on 19 July 1855 in Warwichshire, England.
  • She was the daughter of George Benton and Sarah Astbury.
  • At the age of 25 years, 9 months and 27 days, Mary Ann Benton married William Astbury on 16 May 1881 in Warwichshire, England.
  • Mary Ann Benton and William Astbury immigrated to Moreton Bay, Queensland, on 17 December 1881. Mary and William both aged 25, travelled on the Glamis which sailed from Plymouth on 15 Sep 1881. Also on board were Mary Ann's brother Walter 23 and sister Sarah 20 with her husband Abraham Wootton 31.
  • Mary Ann Benton and William Astbury settled in Merritts Creek where their two eldest children, William and Thomas were born. They then selected land at Bald Hills and built a homestead which they named Springfield. The remaining children were born there, in what was to become Astbury Road.
  • On 2 May 1895,Mary Ann Benton's daughter, Louisa Astbury was buried in Cabarlah Cemetery.
  • On 31 August 1897,her husband, William Astbury died in Groomsville at age 41.
  • Mary Ann Benton appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Douglas. She carried out domestic duties.
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll with William Astbury and Gertrude (May) Hirning in 1913 in Pechey. William was a farmer. William's mother Mary Ann also lived at Springfield as did his sister Sarah and possibly brother Thomas and possibly brother John. Both were farmers.
  • Mary Ann Benton appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Pechey. Mary Ann carried out home duties. Her daughter Jane gave her address as Bald Hills, Whichello while son Thomas, a farmer gave his as Springfield Farm. Son William, a labourer was also living at Springfield but his wife May gave her address as Pechey. Son John, a farmer was also living at Pechey. Son Walter was farming at Groomsville with his wife Hermine.
  • Mary Ann Benton died on 20 November 1926 in Groomsville at age 71.
  • Mary was buried in Crow's Nest Cemetery. UNIT-00A-0004.
    Grave of William & Mary Ann (nee Benton) Astbury - Crow's Nest Cemetery. Photo thanks to R. Astbury

Children of Mary Ann Benton and William Astbury

Sarah Ann Benton

F, b. September 1860, d. 1893
  • Sarah Ann Benton's birth was registered in the in Aston,Warwickshre Registration District in the September 1860 Quarter.
  • She was the daughter of George Benton and Sarah Astbury.
  • Her marriage, at 20 years, to Abraham Wootton was registered in the September 1880 Quarter in the Aston, Warwickshre Registration District.
  • Sarah Ann Benton immigrated on 17 December 1881 to Moreton Bay, Queensland, with William Astbury and Mary Ann Benton. Mary and William both aged 25, travelled on the Glamis which sailed from Plymouth on 15 Sep 1881. Also on board were Mary Ann's brother Walter 23 and sister Sarah 20 with her husband Abraham Wootton 31.
  • Sarah Ann Benton died in 1893 in Queensland.

Children of Sarah Ann Benton and Abraham Wootton

Walter George Benton

M, b. 7 February 1858, d. 4 February 1905
  • Walter George Benton was born on 7 February 1858 in Warwickshire, England.
  • He was the son of George Benton and Sarah Astbury.
  • Walter George Benton's birth was registered in the in Aston,Warwickshre Registration District in the March 1858 Quarter.
  • He immigrated on 17 December 1881 to Moreton Bay, Queensland, with William Astbury and Mary Ann Benton. Mary and William both aged 25, travelled on the Glamis which sailed from Plymouth on 15 Sep 1881. Also on board were Mary Ann's brother Walter 23 and sister Sarah 20 with her husband Abraham Wootton 31.
  • Walter George Benton appeared on the Legislative Assembly - Aubigny Electoral Roll in 1900 living at Pechey. His qualification to vote was that he was a resident of the area.
  • He was a member of the first Crow's Nest Band in 1902; Band members were Raymond White, Frederick Williams, Alf Colthrup, James Gleeson, Walter George Benton, Norman White, John William Brass, Thomas Askin, Alfred William Blinco, Tim Gleeson, Anthony Lavery, James Connolly, James Nathanial Cole and HENDY.
  • Around in 1902Walter George Benton selected 100 acres of land, Portion 64V Pinelands Scrub (Gossow Road) between the Plainby and Haden roads. It was mortgaged to Edward Wilcox of Toowoomba. After improving his selection, he leased the land in 1903, firstly to William Kelly who rented the selection for 20 per annum with an purchase price of 250 pounds. This contact was cancelled when William Kelly could not raise the money and Walter stated he had found another buyer.
    Walter did not live on the selection but earned his living by scrub cutting and doing general agricultural work. He sometimes worked at the local sawmills. Walter kept his clothes and tools at the home of Thomas Neilson, the manager of Blinco's Sawmills at Crow's Nest.
  • He appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Queensland. He was a farmer.
  • On 28 January 1905 Walter travelled to Toowoomba to pay the interest owing his loan. At the time he told Mr Wilcox that he was negotiating the sale of the farm for £125 and would inform him when the sale was effected.
  • On 2 February 1905 John (James) Ryan allegedly visited the A.J.B. Bank in Toowoomba where he opened an account, deposited a cheque for £7 10s, deposited £5 and took £2 10s and a cheque book away with him. On the same day was alleged to have visited an ironmongers shop in Ruthven Street where he bought gelignite, a coil of fuse and three dozen detonators for which he paid cash. Before leaving he asked the assistant to fill out a cheque for £125 in favour of W. Benton. Later that day he returned and asked to have a snake skin tanned and sent out to J. Ryan, Crow's Nest
    John (James) Ryan.
  • Walter George Benton is believed to have died on 4 February 1905 at age 46. Earlier that day he called at the farm of Jacob Hirning to collect his mare and foal before going about the district where his work took him. Later, around 6pm he rode away from Thomas Neilson's home on the mare with the foal following. He was seen half an hour later as he passed the Kelly house on his way towards the Ryan house.
    A few weeks passed before it was realized he was missing resulting in an extensive search of Pinelands scrub. The remains of several small fires were brought to the attention of the police. On examination small pieces of bone, possibly from a human foot, a buckle, buttons and rivets from trousers, nails and eyelets and tacks from boots and other items were also found. James Ryan was charged with Walter's murder on 18 February. Ryan had wanted to buy the selection from Water who's asking price of £125 was beyond Ryan's means.
    The case went to the Supreme Court resulting in James Ryan being convicted of Walter's murder "with the recommendation to mercy on account of no one seeing the murder done". He sentenced Ryan to be hung by the neck. The sentence was commuted to penal servitude for life. The curator of Intestate Wills sold Walter's property for £250 and obtained his remains for burial by his sister Mary Ann Astbury. A year later more bones and further evidence connected with murder were found on his property.
  • Walter was buried in Crow's Nest Cemetery. Sect U Row B
    His headstone reads:-
    Walter George Benton
    IN LOVING MEMORY OF
    WALTER GEORGE BENTON
    BORN FEB 7, 1858
    AT CURDWORTH WARWICKSHIRE ENGLAND
    DIED FEB 4, 1905
    Dearest brother thou hast left me
    Thou dost dwell with the angels now
    Good and gentle was thy welcome
    Christ has died and set thee free
    Wait a little dearest brother
    And I soon shall follow you
    INSERTED BY
    HIS SORROWING SISTER
    Your end came sudden uncle dear
    It makes us weep and sigh
    And also it was so hard to think
    You could not say good bye

    INSERTED BY HIS LOVING
    NEPHEWS AND NIECES.
    Grave Walter George Benton 1858-1905. Crow's Nest Cemetery. Photo thanks to Robin A
  • On 20 February 1905 JAMES RYAN CHARGED WITH MURDER.
    POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. A REMAND FOR EIGHT DAYS.
    BRISBANE, Saturday.
    Feeling at Crow's Nest reached its height yesterday morning when James Ryan was arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the murder of Walter Benton at Pinelands. Ten days elapsed between the disappearance of Benton and the first report that he was missing. Benton was a settler for many years in this district. He was of small stature. Ryan, with his wife and four children, arrived in the district a couple of years ago from Tibooburra, in the Wilcannia district, with other western man.
    Mrs Asbury, a widowed sister of Benton, lived with the family at Bald Hills, near the scene of the alleged crime. Her eldest son went on Sunday and asked Ryan if he had seen his uncle. Ryan said, "No," and also said he was anxious to know himself, as he had purchased a farm. The boy again questioned Ryan on Monday, and receiving a negative reply reported tho matter to the police.
    Inquiry showed that Benton left Nelson' s house, Crow's Nest, where he had bean residing, on tho evening of February 4. He was going to Ryan's, and said he would not be long. He was then wearing dungaree trousers and Blucher boots, and was on horseback. Ryan admitted being in Benton's company on the night in question when he purchased the selection. One hundred and twenty-five notes were paid to Benton, but Ryan says he never saw deceased afterwards. Next day he found the horse in his paddock, the saddle being against a tree. Tho police found a new four furrow plough at this spot. Ryan used the horse and saddle for some days.
    Detective Henderson, Constable Kingford, and a tracker arrived by Monday night's train. Sub-lnspector Malone, Detective Newman, Sergeant Poultey, and two trackers on Tuesday morning, riding from Murphy's Greek, Police from outside stations and Sub-Inspector Geraghty arrived on Tuesday night. On Wednesday attention was concentrated at the selection. A police camp was formed there. At 2.30 in the afternoon Geraghty and, tracker found the remains of a fierce fire in tho scrub on a selection in view of the house, and near a big fallen box tree, which was very dry. Timber had been conveyed to the spot, and piled over the fork of the tree and the large limbs. The ashes had been carefully swept and carried away. Forty yards distant the remains of another fire were found, and nearly in a gully where a little work had been done in making a dam. The remains of several other fires were close by. Tho police collected the ashes and kept a pole. The remains were sent to Brisbane for analysis. Trousers' buttons and brass eyelets from boots wore found amongst the ashes. Ryan moved about all Wednesday and Thursday, and offered no assistance, Yesterday morning the police considered them selves warranted in effecting his arrest with out waiting for the result of the analysis. Accused was lodged in Crow's Nest watch house. Ryan is of the bush type, of stalwart build, and fair complexion. His wife is also a typical western woman.
    Sunday.
    James Ryan appeared at the Crow's Nest Police court yesterday morning, charged with the wilful murder of Walter George Benton, when charged the accused did not make any reply.
    Acting Sergeant Henderson gave evidence at the arrest of the accused on a charge of suspected murder of Benton. When arrested the accused said: "I knew you would have to do this; I expected it. The case is very black against me." Witness said to accused: "The grounds I have for your arrest are that there have been several articles found in the life down the gully." Witness added.
    The police found tho heel of a boot, riveted button, similar to buttons on the trousers worn by Benton on the 4th, and a piece of dungaree, the same material as the trousers Benton wore on the 4th; also boot strings, a pair of tweezers, apparently a knife, and a burnt collar stud." Accused said: "Can I ask you a Question?" Witness replied "Yes." Accused said: "Can you tell me if they found an arm. or a foot, or any part of Benton?" witness replied: "They found no arm or foot, but found a human bone or bones." About 9 o'clock on Saturday morning witness saw the defendant at the watch house, and said: Ryan from information received since I charged you on suspicion of murder, I now charge you with the wilful murder of Walter Benton at Pinelands on the 4th February." The accused made no reply.
    Accused was asked If he had any questions to ask and he said "Yes." Addressing witness he said: "What l said t0 you was ' What is it they have found?' "
    Witness: ' Yes you said that , and followed up by asking if an arm or foot had been found.''
    Accused: " I asked you first what they found, and you answered "The answer is not in evidence"
    Witness said that no time had elapsed between asking of the two questions, which were as in his evidence. On the application of the police, the accused was remanded for eight days.
  • Ryan's case was heard at the police court in Toowoomba where he was found guilty of the murder of Walter Benton by the jury "with a recommendation to mercy on account of no one seeing the murder done" and sentenced to be hanged by the neck. However Ryan's solicitor contended that as the body had not been found there was reason to believe there was only circumstantial evidence as to Benton's death. The Full Court upheld the original ruling stating there was enough evidence to convict Ryan. An appeal to the Supreme Court failed. James Ryan's death sentence was later commuted to penal servitude for life.
  • James Ryan was initially incarscerated at St Helena island which closed in the 1930's. His place of death is not known. What become of Rose Ann and the children is not known.

Angelo James Benvenuti

M, b. circa 1900

Theresa Benz

F, b. circa 1830
  • Theresa Benz was born circa 1830.
  • Theresa Benz married Johan Graf in 1852.

Child of Theresa Benz and Johan Graf

August Berg

M, b. circa 1840
  • August Berg was born circa 1840.
  • August Berg married Auguste Schenke.
  • August Berg and Auguste Schenke immigrated in 1871. August and his wife Auguste immigrated from Prussia where August had been a school teacher. They disembarked at Bundaberg and settled at Woongarra Scrub for eight years. From there they selected land at South Ises where they grew corn and then sugar cane. They had 13 children of whom 10 survived.

Child of August Berg and Auguste Schenke

Matilda Christina Berg

F, b. 15 December 1882, d. 21 August 1965

Frances Kingston in centre with her mother Tilly (Matilda nee Berg) wife of William Kingston jr. Photo courtesy of Merv Johnson.
  • Matilda Christina Berg was also known as Tillly.
  • She was born on 15 December 1882 in Childers, Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of August Berg and Auguste Schenke.
  • Matilda Christina Berg attended school at the South Ises and Childers State Schools and St Anne's Convent in Brisbane.
  • She was of the Roman Catholic faith.
  • She appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1909 living at New Street, Childers. Matilda was listed as a housewife.
  • At the age of 26 years, 5 months and 3 days, Matilda Christina Berg married William Kingston, son of William Kingston and Ellen Chambers, on 18 May 1909 in Queensland. William, whose parents were devout Methodists, changed his religion to Roman Catholic when he married.
    Thought to be the wedding of William Kingston (junior) and Matilda Berg at the Catholic Church Childers on 18 May 1909. Photo Courtesy of Merv Johnson.
  • Matilda Christina Berg and William Kingston appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1913 and 1922 living at Childers. William was listed as a grocer's assistant and Matilda as home duties.
  • Both William and Matilda were musicians. Matilda played the piano and William the cornet in a dance orchestra. Matilda also played the organ in her local church (Sacred Heart Roman Catholic in Childers.)
  • Matilda was a foundation member of the Isis Croquet Club and treasurer for over 20 years.
  • Matilda Christina Berg appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1934 living at New Street, Childers. William was listed as a grocer or grocer's assistant and Matilda as home duties.
  • On 13 October 1950,her husband, William Kingston died in Childers at age 69. His cause of death was Mycardial Degeneration and carcinoma of the prostrate.
  • Matilda Christina Berg died on 21 August 1965 in Queensland at age 82. Tilly died on a Saturday at 5am.
  • Matilda was buried in Queensland. Her funeral service was from the Sacred Heart Church on Monday 23 August at 3 pm. She was buried with her husband William and son Joseph Allen Kingston.
    William & Matilda Christina Kingston's headstone and that of their children Frances Eleanor and Joseph Allan

Children of Matilda Christina Berg and William Kingston

Annie Berger

F, b. circa 1870
  • Annie Berger was born circa 1870.
  • Annie Berger married Samuel McCosker in 1893 in Queensland.

Child of Annie Berger and Samuel McCosker

Anna Elizabeth Berghofer

F, b. 1821, d. 1864
  • Anna Elizabeth Berghofer was born in 1821.
  • At the age of 21 years, Anna Elizabeth Berghofer married Conrad Mengel on 9 June 1842 in Germany.
  • Anna Elizabeth Berghofer died in 1864 in Toowoomba.

Children of Anna Elizabeth Berghofer and Conrad Mengel

Anna Elizabeth Berghofer

F, b. 1850, d. 4 July 1908

Anna Elizabeth Teis nee Berfhofer Photo thanks to Yvonne Teis
  • Anna Elizabeth Berghofer was born in 1850. She was the daughter of Conrad Berghofer and Agnes.
  • At the age of 16 years, Anna Elizabeth Berghofer married Heinrich Teis on 22 January 1866 in Queensland.
  • Anna Elizabeth Berghofer died on 4 July 1908 in Queensland.
  • Anna was buried in Gatton Cemetery.

Children of Anna Elizabeth Berghofer and Heinrich Teis

Peter Ernest Berghofer

M, b. 5 December 1906

Elizabeth Berghoffer

F, b. 10 October 1872, d. 11 August 1969
  • Elizabeth Berghoffer was born on 10 October 1872 in Munchhausen, Prussia.
  • She was the daughter of Ludwig Berghoffer and Anna Barbara Cronau.
  • In 1898 he was a maid.
  • At the age of 25 years, 4 months and 15 days, Elizabeth Berghoffer married George James Hooper, son of John Hooper and Ann Burgess, on 25 February 1898 in Christ Church, Church of England, Boonah.
  • In their book "The Hoopers", Elizabeth and John Hooper wrote :-"During their honeymoon (1935), Ann Hooper's granddaughter Audrey and her husband Len Volger vistied another George Burgess and his wife in Surry Hills. This couple were in their 80's and he was thought to be the son of Ann's youngest brother Samuel. Audrey's mother and brother, Elizabeth Hooper and Jack, travelled to Sydney by boat and also visited them. They were poor folk and asked for financial assistance."
  • Elizabeth Berghoffer died on 11 August 1969 in Chermside Hospital, Brisbane, at age 96.
  • Elizabeth was cremated on 12 August 1969 in Mt Thompson Crematorium.

Children of Elizabeth Berghoffer and George James Hooper

Ludwig Berghoffer

M, b. 10 October 1847, d. 2 February 1930
  • Ludwig Berghoffer was born on 10 October 1847.
  • Ludwig Berghoffer married Anna Barbara Cronau.
  • Ludwig Berghoffer died on 2 February 1930 at age 82.

Child of Ludwig Berghoffer and Anna Barbara Cronau

Caroline Bergmann

F, b. 1 August 1876, d. 1 September 1924
  • Caroline Bergmann was born on 1 August 1876 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Johann Carl Ludwig Bergmann and Anna Welbrook.
  • At the age of 19 years, 9 months and 19 days, Caroline Bergmann married Oliver Hooper, son of John Hooper and Ann Burgess, on 20 May 1896 in Ebenezer, Queensland.
  • Caroline Bergmann and Oliver Hooper appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Boonah. Oliver's occupation was given as farmer. His brother John Thomas worked in the area as a timber getter while his father was also a farmer.
  • Caroline Bergmann died on 1 September 1924 in Kelvin Grove, Queensland, at age 48.
  • Caroline was buried in South Brisbane Cemetery.

Children of Caroline Bergmann and Oliver Hooper

Johann Carl Ludwig Bergmann

M, b. 1837, d. 28 August 1906
  • Johann Carl Ludwig Bergmann was born in 1837.
  • Johann Carl Ludwig Bergmann married Anna Welbrook.
  • Johann Carl Ludwig Bergmann died on 28 August 1906.

Child of Johann Carl Ludwig Bergmann and Anna Welbrook

Amelia Berholz

F, b. 1826, d. 1891
  • Amelia Berholz was born in 1826. She was the daughter of John BERHOLZ and Elizabeth LEHRAAG.
  • Amelia Berholz married Johann Wrembeck circa 1853.
  • Amelia Berholz and Johann Wrembeck immigrated to Moreton Bay on 19 February 1874. Johann aged 54, and Amaly aged 47, travelled on the "Lammershagen" with their son Johann aged 10, Elizabeth 20 and Auguste 18. Johann's daughter Maria and her husband Frederick Sperling also travelled on the ship. A Frederick Wrembeck, then aged 26 and his wife Louise aged 25 came to Moreton Bay on the "Lammershen" on 18 January 1877 (may have been related.)
  • In 1877,her husband, Johann Wrembeck died in Queensland.
  • Amelia Berholz died in 1891 in Queensland.

Children of Amelia Berholz and Johann Wrembeck

John Berlin

M, b. circa 1905, d. 26 April 1984

Edwin George Berridge

M, b. 7 November 1908, d. December 1948
  • Edwin George Berridge was born on 7 November 1908 in Isle of Wight, Hampshire. His birth was registered with the spelling of Berridge.
  • He was the son of William Burridge and Elizabeth James.
  • Edwin George Berridge was baptized on 3 January 1909 in St Thomas Church, Newport.
  • At the time of the 1911 census, Edwin George Berridge was living in the household of William Burridge and Elizabeth James in Honey Hill, Isle of Wight, Hampshire. William was 40 years old, born Freshwater and working as a railway signalman for SWC Railway Company. Living with him were his wfie Elizabeth (with whom he had had five living children), 39 born Newport, and his step-daughters Myra S Teale, 12, born Farnbro, Hampshire; Constance Teale, 10, born Mary Hill, Glasgow and his children Winifred, 8; Jack L, 6; Bertrum L, 4; Edwin G, 2 and Marjorie aged 6 months. All these children were born in Newport.

  • His marriage, at 23 years and 6 months, to Ellen Rosina Elsie Hayter was registered in the June 1932 Quarter in Isle of Wight, Hampshire Registration District.
  • Edwin George Berridge died in December 1948 in Hampshire at age 40.

Lelsie Bertram Berridge

M, b. 18 August 1906, d. December 1960
  • Lelsie Bertram Berridge was also known as Bertram.
  • Lelsie Bertram Berridge was also known as Leslie Bertrum Burridge.
  • He was born on 18 August 1906 in Isle of Wight, Hampshire. His birth was registered with the spelling of Berridge.
  • He was the son of William Burridge and Elizabeth James.
  • Lelsie Bertram Berridge was baptized on 6 April 1910 in St Thomas Church, Newport.
  • At the time of the 1911 census, Lelsie Bertram Berridge was living in the household of William Burridge and Elizabeth James in Honey Hill, Isle of Wight, Hampshire. William was 40 years old, born Freshwater and working as a railway signalman for SWC Railway Company. Living with him were his wfie Elizabeth (with whom he had had five living children), 39 born Newport, and his step-daughters Myra S Teale, 12, born Farnbro, Hampshire; Constance Teale, 10, born Mary Hill, Glasgow and his children Winifred, 8; Jack L, 6; Bertrum L, 4; Edwin G, 2 and Marjorie aged 6 months. All these children were born in Newport.

  • His marriage, at 28 years and 6 months, to Ellen Theresa Elliott was registered in the March 1935 Quarter in Isle of Wight, Hampshire Registration District.
  • His death was recorded with the Hampshire Registration District in the December 1960 Quarter.

Annie Berry

F, b. 1886, d. 22 October 1931

Children of Annie Berry and Frederick John Lange

Frances Doris Berry

F, b. 1908, d. 22 October 1975

Grave of Hugh Clifford Perina and Frances Doris (nee Berry), Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery
  • Frances Doris Berry was born in 1908. She was the daughter of Joseph William BERRY and Harriet Mary Louisa RUSSELL.
  • At the age of 29 years, Frances Doris Berry married Hugh Clifford (Huey) Perina, son of Heinrich (Henry) Perina and Ada Alice Maud Loveday, on 18 December 1937 in St Pauls Church of England, Ipswich. An account of the wedding was published in "The Courier Mail" on Tuesday 21 December 1937. It read:- Perina — Berry ST. Pauls Church of England Ipswich, was chosen on December 18 for the marriage of Miss Francis Doris Berry (youngest daughter of Mrs.W. J. Berry, Park-street, and the late Mr. W. J. Berry) and Mr. Hugh Clifford Perina (youngest son of Mr. H. Perina, Glenmore, Crow's Nest, and the late Mrs. Perina). The Rev. R. S. Massey officiated, and the bride was given away by her brother, Mr. W. J. Berry. She wore an Ivory Chantilly lace over magnolia satin, and the whole of the gown and train was edged with double rouleau loops. A coronet of orange blossoms held her tulle veil, and she carried a shower bouquet. The bride was attended by her sister (Miss Hilda Berry) and Miss Evelyn Morre, wearing daffodil lace over satin, cut in peacock train effect. Their coronets were of fresh flowers, and their blue bouquets were finished with gilded wheat ears. Little Miss Janice Berry, niece of the bride, acted as flower girl. Mr. E. M. Perina (Crow's Nest) was best man and Mr. George Partridge (Gayndah) groomsman. At Whitehouse's Cafe, where the reception was held, the guests were re ceived by. Mrs. W. J. Berry, wearing a princess gown of black suede, georgette and lace, showing touches of gold. Leaving for the honeymoon, which will be a tour of the South Coast, the bride wore Avocado green romaine with French silk mousseline in applique.
  • On 2 August 1970,her husband, Hugh Clifford (Huey) Perina died in Queensland at age 69.
  • Frances Doris Berry died on 22 October 1975 in Queensland.
  • Frances was buried on 24 October 1975 in Toowoomba & Drayton Cemetery.

John Berry

M, b. 1854

Ruby Irene Berry

F, b. 30 November 1901, d. 6 April 1999
  • Ruby Irene Berry was born on 30 November 1901 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Frances Ann Grayson and John Charles Berry.
  • At the age of 23 years, 10 months and 21 days, Ruby Irene Berry married George Matthews, son of Alexander Matthews and Mary Elizabeth Andrews, on 21 October 1925 in Queensland.
  • Ruby Irene Berry and George Matthews appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1932 and 1949 living at Pinelands. George was a farmer.
  • Ruby Irene Berry died on 6 April 1999 in Redcliffe Hospital at age 97.

James Murdock Bertram

M, b. 6 December 1908, d. 17 December 1996
  • James Murdock Bertram was born on 6 December 1908 in Scotland. He was the son of Gilbert Highet Bertram and Jance Probert Murdock.
  • At the age of 24 years, 4 months and 9 days, James Murdock Bertram married Florence Olive French, daughter of Arthur John (Jack) French and Agnes Evans Jones, on 15 April 1933 in Queensland.
  • James Murdock Bertram and Florence Olive French appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1936 and 1980 living at Ipswich.
  • James Murdock Bertram died on 17 December 1996 in Brisbane at age 88.

Albert Victor Best

M, b. circa 1880
  • Albert Victor Best was born circa 1880.
  • Albert Victor Best married Elizabeth Agnes Suttor in 1899 in Queensland.

Children of Albert Victor Best and Elizabeth Agnes Suttor