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201 also known as James on some family trees Russell, Edward (I513973324)
 
202 Also known as John B. Allen. This is the name shown on his death certificate. Allevato, John Benjamin (I703)
 
203 Also Known As:<_AKA> Lena Nielsen, Lene Katrine (I513973229)
 
204 Also Known As:<_AKA> Nels S. Nelsen Nielsen, Niels (I513973077)
 
205 Also Known As:<_AKA> Nelsen Nielsen, Karen (I513973227)
 
206 Also Known As:<_AKA> Nelsen Nielsen, Jens (I513973228)
 
207 Also spelled Weugel Weigel, Anna Maria (I140)
 
208 Ancestry.com, 1920 United States Federal Census (Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005), Source Medium: Ancestry.com
United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Fourteenth Census of the United States, 1920, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1920
Source (X000000000090900)
 
209 Ancestry.com, 1930 United States Federal Census (Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2002), Source Medium: Ancestry.com
United States of America, Bureau of the Census, Fifteenth Census of the United States, 1930, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1930
Source (X000000000090901)
 
210 Ancestry.com, California Birth Index, 1905-1995 (Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2005), Source Medium: Ancestry.com
State of California, California Birth Index, 1905-1995, Sacramento, CA, USA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics
Source (X000000000090904)
 
211 Ancestry.com, California Death Index, 1940-1997 (Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2000), Source Medium: Ancestry.com
State of California, California Death Index, 1940-1997, Sacramento, CA, USA: State of California Department of Health Services, Center for Health Statistics
Source (X000000000090905)
 
212 Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index (Provo, UT, USA: MyFamily.com, Inc., 2006), Source Medium: Ancestry.com
Social Security Administration, Social Security Death Index, Master File, : Social Security Administration
Source (X000000000090913)
 
213 Andreas Carl Jacob emigrated to USA in 1891 Beeken, Andreas Carl Jacob (I602073042)
 
214 Anglican denomination, section ZA, grave 0458D. Expired grant. Hunt, Frederick Leonard (I1984)
 
215 Anglican, Section B, Row 13, Plot 979. Inscription: Son of Robert and Mary Aitken, Robert King (I513983983)
 
216 Approximate date of death from Una Hill Greene. He died at a hotel is Liskeard, Cornwall shortly after checking in. Hill, Henry (I513983948)
 
217 Arthur BOOTH
Born 17 July 1914 in Carnamah, Western Australia [16]
Son of George BOOTH and Rose Emma BRIDGES [BB]
Student at the Carnamah State School in 1927 [97]
Attended the 1929 Carnamah Children's Fancy Dress Ball [14: 13-Jul-1929]
Member of the Carnamah Football Club 1934-1936 [14: 15-Sep-1934] [3: images 03255 & 03601]
Worked for the Carnamah agent for Elder Smith & Co for several years ending in November 1935 [3: image 03298]
Agent's Assistant in Carnamah in 1935 [6]
On 12 November 1935 left Carnamah and shifted to Perth WA [3: image 03298]
Left Carnamah to take up duties working at Elder Smith & Company's wool store in Fremantle WA [3: image 03298]
Spent several months in Carnamah with his parents in 1936; returned to Perth on 8 May 1936 [3: image 03587]
Married Billee STOKES in July 1938 in Claremont WA [3: image 03716]
At his wedding his best man was Bill CLARK and his sister Edna BOOTH was one of the bridesmaids [3: image 03716]
Initially Resided with his wife Billee in Nedlands; resident of Claremont in 1941 [3: image 03716] [16]
Enlisted in the Royal Australian Air Force on 12 June 1941 [16]
Corporal 45008 in the Darwin Section of the Royal Australian Air Force's SPU during the Second World War [16]
Discharged from the Australian Army on 24 December 1945 [16]
Resident of Claremont WA in 1995 [2]
Died 10 March 1995 [2] 
Booth, Arthur (I1893)
 
218 As a farmer's son, Alois decided upon a career in the army. As a professional soldier, he rose to the rank of colonel. He first lived in the town of Solothurn with his family, where he was elected administrator of the Quartermaster Store in 1839. He held this position until his death. He also was Quartermaster General. He died of stomach cancer on 28 Oct 1870. His estate was settled on 24 Apr 1871 (list of beneficiaries and heirs of canon Solothurn, 1870-71, Volume 82, No. 37). Wiser, Alois (I30)
 
219 As the bride was 17 years old, the consent of her father was required and obtained. Family F513881962
 
220 Assumed that after Ashers mother Susan had died, his grand parents Henry and Leah Herbert took him in as one of there own. He was too soon join the A.I.F. W.W. 1. Herbert, Asher Daniel (I1810)
 
221 Assumption daughter of Ellis and Mary

source: correspondence with Kevin Crumpler www.crumpler.org 
Crumpler, Mary Theresa (I1644)
 
222 At 14 years of age John Albert Truslove helped his father to drove 1500 head of cattle from Esperance to Rockingham. He worked in engineering division of Midland Railway Workshops. Later he had a bicycle business at Midland and finally owned a vineyard and poultry farm at Swan View.

source: Dicitonary of Western Australians 1829-1914 volume 5 - The Golden Years 1889-1914 Compiled by Rica Erickson - page 916

 
Truslove, John Albert (I0766)
 
223 Audrey Belle Morris Marshall, Source Medium: Other
Family Tree on Ancestry.com
Source (X000000000090902)
 
224 Aunty Lil remembers this lady when she was invited to mums wedding. Her gift to mum and dad was a dish or ash tray that she was already using in her house.
 
Oliver, Winifred Elizabeth (I1475)
 
225 Befor he became Vicar in Lyngby-Albøge he was Vicar at Kalø Castle(1601-1605).(Source Lyngby Albøge churchbook) Nykirk, Niels Sørensen (I602072258)
 
226 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Lawrance, William A. J. (I513984072)
 
227 Best men:
Rasmus Hansen (Brides father)
Miller Mathias Simonsen (Julie Jettes husband) 
Family F505778174
 
228 Best men:
Rasmus Hansen Brides father
Farmer Rasmus Larsen bridegrooms brother in law 
Family F601968171
 
229 Betsey Stickland Crumpler was christened twice.

source: Kevin Crumpler www.crumpler.com
 
Crumpler, Betsey Stickland (I1579)
 
230 Between 27 Jan 1744 and 1747 Crumpler, Nicholas (I1410)
 
231 Billman, living in the Kynston Tithing, in the Bere Regis Hundred

source: Correspondence with Kevin Crumpler

1569, Could be this mans notes from Muster Rolls in 1569 - Billman, living in the Kynston Tithing, in the Bere Regis Hundred

Adult in 1569.
 
Crumpler, Thomas (I0888)
 
232 BIOGRAPHIE: Das Kirchenbuch berichtet, dass sie eine widersetzliche, ungehorsame Jungfrau war, die nicht auf des Vaters Geheiß in den Ehestand treten wollte und sich deshalb eine Zeit lang hinter Hecken und Sträuchern verbarg.

EHESCHLIESSUNG: Die beiden hatten 9 Kinder, die bei ihrem Tod noch nicht erwachsen waren.
 
Schreiber, Elisabeth (I153)
 
233 BIOGRAPHIE: Der Alsfelder Rentmeister Johann Ludwig Kornmann schlug ihm 1672 vor, sich mit der Wertmühle belehnen zu lassen.

Da die geringen Einkünfte des Scheibelshofes nicht ausreichte, eine kinderreiche Familie zu ernähren, ließ sich Curd Schönhals zur zur Belehnung überreden. Er verkaufte seine Güter für 200 Gulden an seine Geschwister und zahlte die Schulden von 150 Gulden.  
Schönhals, Conrad (I152)
 
234 BIOGRAPHIE: Der Alsfelder Rentmeister Johann Ludwig Kornmann schlug ihm 1672 vor, sich mit der Wertmühle belehnen zu lassen.
Da die geringen Einkünfte des Scheibelshofes nicht ausreichte, eine kinderreiche Familie zu ernähren, ließ sich Curd Schönhals zur zur Belehnung überreden. Er verkaufte seine Güter für 200 Gulden an seine Geschwister und zahlte die Schulden von 150 Gulden. 
Schönhals, Conrad (I152)
 
235 BIOGRAPHIE: Er übernahm als zweiter Sohn von Johann Adam die Werthmühle mit Lehensbrief vom 15.5.1743 Schönhals, Johann Henrich (I697)
 
236 BIOGRAPHIE: Er übernahm die Werthmühle von seinem Vater 1702.
 
Schönhals, Johann Adam (I148)
 
237 BIOGRAPHIE: Mit dem Lehensbrief vom 1.7.1679 übernahm er die väterliche Mühle und die Erziehung seiner 8 Geschwister.

Er musste sich sehr verschulden, da er noch im Wettbewerb mit zwei anderen Müllern stand, Curt Diemer zu Billertshausen und David Kalb zu Angenrod.Durch zahlreiche Eingaben und Prozesse erreichte er, dass Landgraf Ernst Ludwig die Vergünstigung der Angenröder Müller in Bezug auf Leusel aufhob. Trotzdem folgten noch viele Prozesse, die den Schuldenberg vergrößerten. Dann fand sich 1701 endlich eine für alle annehmbare Lösung.  
Schönhals, Jost (I150)
 
238 Birth at 9:30 AM at 15 Hospital Street, Glasgow. Winkler, Sarah (I513973511)
 
239 Birth certificate located (by Jack Stanton) for Mary Ray. Polly is a nickname for Mary. Ray, Mary (I513983370)
 
240 Birth certificate located (by John Stanton) for Elizabeth Ray. It is assumed that Betsey is Elizabeth's nickname. Ray, Elizabeth (I513983372)
 
241 Birth certificate located (by John Stanton) for Sarah Ray. It is assumed that Sally is a nickname for Sarah. Ray, Sarah (I513983373)
 
242 Birth certificate shows date of birth as 2 May 1887 (Monday). Winifred, Amy (I513973308)
 
243 Birth Certificate, Source Medium: Official Document
Source (X000000000090903)
 
244 Birth date from 1939 register and death record. Hodges, Hayden (I98989875)
 
245 birth notes: 1881, birth place in 1881 census records shown as (BS), BRA could this mean "Born on Ship". British Ship, "Brazil"/

source: correspondence with Kevin Crumpler: www.crumpler.org

 
Crumpler, Emma Eliza (I1641)
 
246 Birth record shows name as Jack Morris. Other documents show John. Morris, John Knowlton (I513984145)
 
247 Birthdate also shown as 14 Dec 1894 in Social Security Death Index. Winkler, Etty (I513973540)
 
248 Bokara is the modern name; "Bookara" a railway siding near Greenough, Western Australia

Buried under a beautiful old golden wattle tree alone in the hot desert outback of Messengers Patch, supposedly behind the pub "Shadow of Death Title

Subject Oliver, Edward Henry, d.1898.
Oliver, George, d.1847.
Oliver, Jane, 1869-1910.
Found in Coate, Yvonne. More lonely graves of Western Australia, p.1-, B/994 COA (monograph), .b19390476.


1906 9th Feb - Return of Leases
1906 1st Jun - Forfeit gold Mining Lease, Yalgoo
1907 20th Feb -- Return of Leases, Yalgoo
1907 1st May - Forfeit Gold Mining Leases, Yalgoo
1907 25th May - Forfeit Pastoral Lease, Western Division
1907 26th Jul - Surrender, Gol Mining Lease, Bulong
1907 30th Aug - Sheep Orrands, Yalgoo
1908 7th Aug - Return of Leases, Ningham & Yalgoo
1909 31st May - Mother of baptised child of Yalgoo.

 
Herbert, Jane (I1459)
 
249 Booth: John Henry b21.12.1908 (Strawberry) and Living 1982; son of George and Rose Emma m 5.2.1938 (3 Springs Wesley Church) Vera May Hanstrum b22.12.1912 (Dong) dtr of Emil Erik & Emma Lillian (nee Parker); Children Patricia Ann 1939, Barry John b1941; Cartage Contractor Carnamah. Served in W.W.I.I. then employee of PmG After 1945-1950 was farmer of Carnamah. To Rocky Gully for 1 year. Allocated a war service farm at Eneabba. 4123 acres retired 1973-74 to Bassendean. Country Party (Method).

Source: Dictionary of Western Australians 1829-1914 Vol 5 (The Golden Years 1889-1914) Compiled by Rica Ericson



"Jack" John Henry BOOTH
Born 21 December 1908 in Strawberry, Western Australia [16]
Son of George BOOTH and Rose Emma BRIDGES [BB]
Settled in Carnamah in 1914 with parents [BB]
Educated at the Carnamah State School [BB]
Attended the Plain & Fancy Dress Ball at the Carnamah Hall on Thursday 8 August 1929 as "Parcel Express Delivery" [14: 17-Aug-1929]
Pallbearer at the funeral of ten year old Norman Reginald WYLIE at the Winchester Cemetery on 26 August 1929 [14]
Contractor and Labourer in Carnamah 1932-1950 [19] [6]
Contractor in Carnamah in 1939 and 1940 [6]
Member of the Carnamah Oddfellows / M.U.O.F.S. Lodge 1933-1936 [3: images 03171 & 03224] [14: 10-Nov-1934]
Member of the Carnamah Rifle Club in 1936 [3: image 03649]
Member of the Carnamah Social Club in 1938 [3: image 03781]
Member of the No. 2 Troop of the "C" Squadron of the 25th Light Horse Machine Gun Militia Regiment in 1939 [HK]
The No. 2 Troop was made of people from the North Midlands and trained in Carnamah once a fortnight [HK]
Enlisted in the Australian Army on 4 December 1940 [16]
Craftsman WX9569 in the Australian Army's 2/13 Field Ambulance during the Second World War [16]
Discharges from the Australian Army on 20 December 1945 [16]
Financial Member of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society in 1946 [13]
Member of Carnamah's branch of the Returned Soldiers League - was Secretary 1948-1951 [52]
Resided in Carnamah until 1952 [BB]
Farmer in Eneabba WA 1960-1972 [BB]
Resident of Bassendean WA In 1995 [2]
Husband of Vera May [2]
Father of Pat and Barry [BB]
Died 10 August 1995; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Karrakatta WA (Ground Niche) [2]

 
Booth, John Henry (I1891)
 
250 Born 1873 in Irwin, Western Australia [15]
Son of George BOOTH and Ellen HUNT [15]
Married Rose Emma BRIDGES on 12 November 1899 in Geraldton WA [15] [BB]
Contractor in Mingenew WA in 1905 [6]
His daughter Gladys May died in Arrino at the age of eight years on 2 June 1913 and was buried at the Mingenew Cemetery [133]
Had been living in Arrino WA for some years when he came to Carnamah with his wife Rose and children in April 1914 [BB]
Initially resided at the Carnamah Railway Station [BB]
George took care of the railway lines and Rose acted as temporary Station Mistress from their arrival until C.1915 [BB]
Around 1915 built his own house on the western side of the railway line and moved out of the Railway Station [BB]
Caretaker of the Carnamah Railway Station from 1914 until 1928 [6]
His horse Wallajery ran in the Carnamah Races of March 1920, coming third in the Maiden Plate [23: image 04926]
Was for a period Foreman of the Carnamah District Road Board's crew - resigned as foreman in late 1926 [14: 29-Jan-1927]
Labourer, Farmhand and Stockman in Carnamah 1929 onwards [BB] [6]
Worked in Carnamah and surrounds as a Well Sinker using a horse and dray as transport [PL]
Had an account with Carnamah blacksmith, wheelwright and general repairers Henry Parkin & Son in the 1920s [53]
Financial Member of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society in 1946 [13]
Vice President of the Carnamah Football Club in 1947 [3: image 04466]
Resided in Carnamah from 1914 until his death in 1948 [BB]
Father to Frederick OLDFIELD [BB]
Father of Mary Helen, George Irwin, Gladys May, "Bett" Ivy Beatrice, "Jack" John Henry, Edna and "Dot" Doris BOOTH [BB]
Died 13 July 1948 in Three Springs WA; buried Winchester Cemetery, Carnamah (Row E, Plot 1) [1]
Rev. Gilbert S. FOSS officiated at his funeral, which was undertaken by H. KNIGHT, both of Three Springs [1]


From The North Midland Times newspaper, 15 July 1948:
"Obituary - The Late Mr. G. Booth. On Tuesday morning, July 13, at the North Midland District Hospital, an old and highly respected resident of the Carnamah district in the person of Mr. George Booth, passed away. Although the deceased had suffered indifferent health for some years, of late he had felt much better and his sudden death came as a shock to his relatives and many friends. The late Mr. Booth spent the greater period of his younger life shearing on the Murchison. He eventually settled down in Carnamah about 33 years ago and ranks amongst the earliest settlers in this district. He worked for a time on the construction of the Midland railway. Deceased was a keen supporter of the local football and was a great lover of horses. He leaves a widow, three sons and three daughters and six grand-children." 
Booth, George (I1867)
 

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