Henry Walter Smallbone
M, b. 1893, d. 15 November 1915
- Henry Walter Smallbone was also known as Walter.
- He was born in 1893 in Drayton, Queensland.
- He was the son of Henry Smallbone and Margaret Heiner.
- Henry Walter Smallbone commenced school at Pinelands State School on 30 April 1906. He was 12 years, 8 months old. His father was a farmer at Plainby.
- He enlisted in the AIF on 31 August 1915 in Toowoomba . His gave his next of kin as his father Henry, a farmer of Pinelands. Henry Walter was also a farmer. He was 5' 81/2" tall with fair hair, blue eyes and light brown hair.
- Henry Walter Smallbone died on 15 November 1915 in Queensland from cerebal-spinal meningitis.
- Henry was buried on 18 November 1915 in Crow's Nest Cemetery. An account of the funeral appeared in "The Brisbane Courier" on the 19 November 1915:- A SOLDIER'S FUNERAL. CROWS NEST, November l8 The funeral of Private Henry Walter Smallbone, A.I.F., who died from meningitis in the Brisbane Hospital, took place at Crow's Nest to-day. A short service was conducted by the Rev. Alf. Mills in the Methodist Church, the building being crowded. The cortege, which was one of the largest seen in the district, was headed by a company of recruits and rifle club members. Representatives of the Crow's Nest Shire Council and the local Patriotic Committee were present, and also leading citizens. Privates J. F. and T. Patch, N. Watson, and Peter White, camp comrades of the deceased, marched with the hearse, and carried the coffin to the grave. The coffin was draped with the Union Jack, and surmounted with floral wreaths from the Patriotic Committee, the Shire Council, the Methodist Church, and many sympathisers. The service at the graveside was very impressive.
- On 27 November 1915 a memorial service was held for Henry in the Plainby Methodist Church. "The Brisbane Courier" reported:- MEMORIAL SERVICE. CROW'S NEST, December 1.
A service In memory of the late Private Henry Walter Smallbone, A.I.F., was conducted last Sunday morning by tho Rev. Alf. A. Mills, In the Plainby Methodist Church, of which the deceased soldier was a member. The pulpit was draped with black, surmounted by the Union Jack. The service was simple but Impressive, and the preacher's remarks were based upon 2 Tim. iv. 7, "I have fought a good fight. I have finished my course." A large congregation was present, Including Messrs. R. J. McCollim , F. C. Jefferson, J. M'Kee, and Ray White, who represented tho Crow's Nest Patriotic Committee.
Herbert Lawrence Smallbone
M, b. December 1895, d. 1959
- Herbert Lawrence Smallbone was born in December 1895 in Melville, Western Australia.
- He was the son of Ivey Smallbone and Mary Jane Melville Hutton.
- Herbert Lawrence Smallbone enlisted in the AIF on 11 January 1915 in Chinchilla He gave his next of kin as his mother Mary Jane Smith who lived in Toowoomba. He was 5'6" tall, with medium complexion, light brown eyes and brown hair. He was a blacksmith by trade and served in the Middle East and France.
- At the age of 24 years, Herbert Lawrence Smallbone married Vida Hilda Harper in 1920 in Queensland.
- In 1956,his wife, Vida Hilda Harper died in Queensland.
- Herbert Lawrence Smallbone died in 1959 in Queensland.
Ian Leonard William Smallbone
M, b. June 1937, d. May 1938
M, b. December 1869, d. 1 May 1904
- Ivey Smallbone's birth was registered in the Andover, an unknown place Registration District in the December 1869 Quarter.
- He was the son of Lawrence Smallbone and Emma Hurford.
- Ivey Smallbone immigrated on 11 January 1871 to Queensland with Lawrence Smallbone and Emma Hurford. Lawernce 33, and Emma 36, travelled on the Light Brigade with their children Frank 8, Henry 5, Lawrence 2 and Ivey, an infant.
- At the age of 24 years, Ivey Smallbone married Mary Jane Melville Hutton in 1894 in Western Australia. Ivey was a member of the Salvation Army.
- Ivey Smallbone died on 1 May 1904 in Queensland at age 34.
- Ivey was buried on 3 May 1904 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. He is buried with his parents.
- On 28 May 1904 and article in "The Brisbane Courier" read:- Ensign Smallbone who has been ailing for some considerable time has just been called home. He was one of the officers sent with Brigadier Knight to pioneer the Army work in West Australia some 13 years ago and was a hard, conscientious, faithful worker. The Army loses heavily by his loss and deep sympathy is expressed for Mrs Smallbone and famiiy.
M, b. 1889
Ivy Catherine Smallbone
F, b. 1898
James Harding Smallbone
M, b. 1904
M, b. 30 April 1837, d. 18 July 1920
- Lawrence Smallbone was baptized on 30 April 1837. He was the son of Lawrence SMALLBONE and Sarah PACKER.
- He and Emma Hurford were of the Primitive Methodist faith.
- At the age of 22 years, 8 months and 29 days, Lawrence Smallbone married Emma Hurford on 28 January 1860 in England. Andover registration district covers parts of Hampshire and Wiltshire. Their first four children were born in the area.
- Lawrence Smallbone and Emma Hurford immigrated to Queensland on 11 January 1871. Lawernce 33, and Emma 36, travelled on the Light Brigade with their children Frank 8, Henry 5, Lawrence 2 and Ivey, an infant.
- In 1883 he was amongst the first members of the Rosewood , P.A.F.S.O.A. Lodge which was given its charter on 15 March 1883. He was the first W.M. ?
- Lawrence Smallbone was granted a Certificate by the Land Courts on 17 February 1883 for the 72 acreas of land he had selected at Walloon. He grew lucerne and oaten chaff, all of which he displayed at the Ipswich Show in 1886, winning third prize for his lucerne chaff, second for his panicum chaff and third for his mixed chaff.
He was also a lay preacher conducting services at Emu Creek, Anduramba and other churches in the Crow's Nest District.
- On 12 November 1901 Lawrence and Emma were living at Anduramba. Their daughter Emma was married to Walter Barnes in their home on that day.
- On 9 August 1913,his wife, Emma Hurford died in Queensland. She had suffered a haemorrhage of the brain three days earlier.
- Lawrence Smallbone died on 18 July 1920 in Queensland at age 83. He died three weeks after suffering a cerebal haemorrhage.
- Lawrence was buried on 20 July 1920 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. He is buried with his wife Emma and son Ivey.
Children of Lawrence Smallbone and Emma Hurford
M, b. September 1867, d. 1926
- Lawrence Smallbone's birth was registered in the Andover, an unknown place Registration District in the September 1867 Quarter.
- He was the son of Lawrence Smallbone and Emma Hurford.
- Lawrence Smallbone immigrated on 11 January 1871 to Queensland with Lawrence Smallbone and Emma Hurford. Lawernce 33, and Emma 36, travelled on the Light Brigade with their children Frank 8, Henry 5, Lawrence 2 and Ivey, an infant.
- At the age of 42 years, Lawrence Smallbone married Emily Grummett in 1910 in Queensland.
- Lawrence Smallbone died in 1926 in Queensland.
M, b. 1901, d. September 1985
- Lawrence Smallbone was born in 1901 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Henry Smallbone and Margaret Heiner.
- At the age of 25 years, Lawrence Smallbone married Ethel May Yates in 1926 in Queensland.
- In February 1972,his wife, Ethel May Yates died.
- Lawrence Smallbone died in September 1985.
- Lawrence was buried on 17 September 1985 in Pinaroo Cemetery.
Lawrence Alfred Smallbone
M, b. 25 December 1910, d. 5 April 1957
- Lawrence Alfred Smallbone was born on 25 December 1910 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Lawrence Smallbone and Emily Grummett.
- Lawrence Alfred Smallbone enlisted in the Australian Army, Service Number Q226146, on 18 May 1942 in Queensland . He was living at Meandarra at the time he enlisted and gave his next of kin as Amy Bouchier. He was discharged on the 7 October 1945 with the rank of Private in the 7th Volunteer Defence Force.
- Lawrence Alfred Smallbone died on 5 April 1957 in Queensland at age 46.
- Lawrence was buried in Tara Cemetery.
Lilla Dorothy Smallbone
F, b. 1908
Lillian Elsie Smallbone
F, b. 1902
M, b. 1929, d. November 1931
Olive Grace Smallbone
F, b. 1896
M, b. 1872, d. May 1924
Walter Allen Smallbone
M, b. 1896, d. 1963
M, b. 2 July 1899
- Norman Smalley was born on 2 July 1899 in England. He was the son of David SMALLEY.
- On 1 September 1933 an article appeared in "The Courier Mail" regarding the arrest of a Norman Smalley. It read:- GAMING CHARGE - RELIEF WORKER FINED Following complaints to the police of illegal betting at Cannon Hill, a man was arrested on August 30, and ap- peared in the Police Court yesterday, before Mr. W. E. H. Ferguson, P.M. Norman Smalley (34), labourer, pleaded guilty to a charge that, on August 30, at Cannon Hill, he had in his possession instruments of gaming. Sergeant J. Smith, who prosecuted, said that when the police arrived at Cannon Hill the defendant tried to get away, but was captured. Defen- dant, ho said, was a relief worker. He was fined £10, in default two months' imprisonment. On a similar charge Edward O'Sul- livan (27), butcher, pleaded not guilty, and was remanded until September 7. Terence Chilton (23), labourer, who was charged with having had an in- strument of gaming in his possession on August 30 at Cribb Island, pleaded not guilty, and was remanded until September 7.
- He enlisted in the Australian Army on 18 October 1939 in Brisbane His sevice number was Q186970 and he was living in Kelvin Grove, Brisbane at the time he enlisted. He was discharged on 2 May 1940 as a Private in the 1st Garrison Battalion. He then rejoined the Army on 2 March 1943 (QX49249) in Toowoomba where he was living at the time. He was discharged with the rank od Warrant Officer Class 2 with the Head Quarters FAA.
- At the age of 43 years, 4 months and 12 days, Norman Smalley married Ethel Beatrice Cossart, daughter of George Cossart and Minnie Maria Shaw, on 14 November 1942 in St Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Toowoomba. Their marriage was repoeted in "The Courier Mail" on 17 November 1942 - SMALLEY— COSSART — Members of the Toowoomba General Hospital nursing, staff (of which the bride has been matron for two years), and members of the Voluntary Defence Corps formed a guard of honour at the wedding of Miss Ethel B. Cossart (Toowoomba) and Warrant officer Norman Smalley (Brisbane) at St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Toowoomba, on November 14. With her blue street frock the bride wore a navy picture hat. Mrs. H. Chapman was matron of honour for her sister, and Warrant-officer J. Goodrich was best man.
Arthur Raymond Smalls
M, b. circa 1905
M, b. circa 1890
Mary Martha Smart
F, b. circa 1855
- Mary Martha Smart was born circa 1855.
- Mary Martha Smart married William Charles Batt circa 1880.
F, b. circa 1760
M, b. 1700
- Unknown Smith was born in 1700.
- Unknown Smith married Mary Unknown circa 1725.
Adeline Mabel Smith
F, b. 7 April 1905, d. 2001
- Charts: Descendants of Charles Eyles
Agnes Constance Smith
F, b. circa 1900, d. 1980
- Agnes Constance Smith was born circa 1900.
- Agnes Constance Smith married Charles Edward French, son of John Maitland French and Elizabeth Ann Bailey, in 1944 in Petersham.
- In 1976,her husband, Charles Edward French died in New South Wales.
- Agnes Constance Smith died in 1980 in Randwick, New South Wales.
Agnes Dorothy Smith
F, b. 4 February 1910, d. 19 April 2004
- Agnes Dorothy Smith was born on 4 February 1910 in Queensland. She was the daughter of James Smith and Agnes Maria Hatch.
- At the age of 28 years, Agnes Dorothy Smith married Stephen Marshall, son of Frederick Stephen Marshall and Isabella Hope, in 1939.
- Agnes Dorothy Smith and Stephen Marshall appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Pechey. Stephen was a labourer.
- On 30 August 1999,her husband, Stephen Marshall died in Toowoomba at age 90.
- Agnes Dorothy Smith died on 19 April 2004 in Toowoomba at age 94.
Alan Leslie Smith
M, b. 1902, d. 1965
- Charts: Descendants of William Crawford.
Albert Ainslie Smith
M, b. 15 January 1904
- Albert Ainslie Smith was born on 15 January 1904 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Frederick Smith and May Honour Elizabeth Parr.
- At the age of 26 years, Albert Ainslie Smith married Myrtle Grace Tyler in 1931 in Queensland.
- Albert Ainslie Smith enlisted in the Australian Army on 12 April 1942 in Queensland He was living at Burra Burri at the time he enlisted and gave his next of kin as his wife Myrtle. He was discharged on 21 October 1945 with the rank of Sergeant with the 7th Battalion Volunteer Defence Corps QLD.
Alfred Douglas Smith
M, b. 10 June 1909, d. 12 September 1974
- Alfred Douglas Smith was born on 10 June 1909 in Pierce Creek.
- He was the son of Fred Smith and Roma Douglas Tigell.
- At the age of 24 years, 4 months and 1 day, Alfred Douglas Smith married Margaret Makinson, daughter of Richard Makinson and Betsy Isobel Mason, on 11 October 1933 in Queensland.
- Alfred Douglas Smith and Margaret Makinson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1937 living at Flagstone Creek. Alf was a farmer.
- Alfred Douglas Smith and Margaret Makinson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1954 living at East Greenmount. Alf was a farmer.
- Alfred Douglas Smith and Margaret Makinson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1958 living at Greenwood. Alf was a farmer.
- Alfred Douglas Smith and Margaret Makinson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1968 living at 15 Northland Street, Toowoomba. Alf was a farmer.
- Alfred Douglas Smith died on 12 September 1974 in Queensland at age 65.