Janet Lyell

b. 1838, d. 1920
      Janet Lyell was born in 1838.

Janet Lyell married James Roffe, son of Edward Roffe and Sarah Gibbs, on 23 Aug 1853 at the Wesleyan Methodist Church in Goulburn; Gunning; Yass, New South Wales.

Janet Roffe died in 1920 in Yass, New South Wales, at the age of 82 years. Parents' names not recorded.

Eliza Roffe

b. 2 Apr 1840, d. 21 Jan 1923
Father*Edward Roffe b. 12 Nov 1799, d. 19 May 1887
Mother*Sarah Gibbs b. 15 Apr 1803, d. 4 May 1880
      Eliza Roffe was born on 2 Apr 1840 at "Kirkham" in Camden, New South Wales. She was baptised in 1840 at St Peters Church of England in Campbelltown, New South Wales. Eliza Roffe was also known as Rolfe.

Eliza Roffe married Thomas Southwell on 27 Oct 1857 in Yass, New South Wales.

Eliza Southwell died on 21 Jan 1923 in Gunning, New South Wales, at the age of 82.
She was buried on 23 Jan 1923 in Dalton, New South Wales.

Ada Bennett

b. b 1874, d. 1874
Father*John Bennett b. 1846, d. 26 Oct 1931
Mother*Lucy Sallaway b. about 1850, d. 18 Oct 1938
      Ada Bennett was born b 1874 in Parramatta, New South Wales, (Birth registration not yet located.)

Ada Bennett died in 1874 in Parramatta, New South Wales.

Ellen Caines

b. 1850, d. 20 Aug 1924
Father*John Caines b. 15 May 1815, d. 22 Feb 1852
Mother*Frances Percy b. 1817, d. 19 Jan 1886
     Ellen Caines was baptised in 1850 in Castle Hill/Dural, New South Wales. Ellen Caines was also known as Barnes.

Ellen Barnes died on 20 Aug 1924 at Macquarie Park Cemetery and Crematorium, cnr Delhi and Plassey Road in North Ryde, New South Wales, Anglican Portion, Section G, Row 1, Grave 52.



Muriel Ethel Baker

b. 24 Oct 1911, d. 8 Jun 1973
Father*Arthur Percival Baker b. 25 Dec 1882, d. 20 Jan 1949
Mother*Esther Ann Evans b. 23 Sep 1883, d. 30 Jul 1942
ChartsBAKER: George W. -Family and Descendants
      Muriel Ethel Baker was born on 24 Oct 1911 in West Wallsend, New South Wales.

Muriel Ethel Baker married Norman Hercliffe Nelson on 21 Sep 1929 in Mirbeen, Victoria.

Muriel Ethel Baker died on 8 Jun 1973 in Morwell, Victoria, at the age of 61.

Janotta Chilcott

b. 1847
Father*Thomas Chilcott b. 10 Feb 1808, d. 26 Aug 1888
Mother*Janetta H. Hunter b. 1823, d. 14 Mar 1901
     Janotta Chilcott was baptised in 1847 at St Philip's Church of England in Sydney, New South Wales. Janotta Chilcott was also known as Jennet.

Georgiana Sophia Furber

b. 12 Feb 1835, d. 25 Nov 1911
      Georgiana Sophia Furber was born on 12 Feb 1835 at the Parish in Black Creek, Bulwarra; Clifden; Hinton; Morpeth; Maitland; Hunter, New South Wales, a daughter of George and Mary A. (née Muir) Furber.

Georgiana Sophia Furber married Joseph Wilmshurst on 27 Apr 1854 at the Parish in Black Creek, Bulwarra; Clifden; Hinton; Morpeth; Maitland; Hunter, New South Wales.

Georgiana Sophia Furber married William Cotterill in 1859 in Maitland, New South Wales.

Georgiana Sophia Furber died on 25 Nov 1911 in East Maitland, New South Wales, at the age of 76.


William Cotterill b. about 1835, d. 1896

Richard Henry Vivian Graham

b. 20 Feb 1833, d. 14 Jan 1914
      Richard Henry Vivian Graham was born on 20 Feb 1833 at Salem in Madras a son of Henry G. and Elizabeth (née Pace) Graham. Richard Henry Vivian Graham was also known as Henry Richard.

Richard Henry Vivian Graham immigrated on 27 Feb 1855 to Sydney, New South Wales, on board the ship "Abdalla" with his first wife Augusta (Nunn.)

Henry Richard Graham married Flora Anne McLennan, daughter of Alexander McLennan and Mary Matheson, on 8 Aug 1861 at "Glenferneigh" in Armidale, New South Wales. Richard Henry Vivian Graham was also known as Vivian.
Richard was a Farmer and Grazier.

Richard Henry Vivian Graham died on 14 Jan 1914 at "Gundurimba" in Lismore, New South Wales, at the age of 80 and his Obituary reported as follows: "Vivian Graham:
It is with regret that we have to record the death of a very old and respected resident in the
person of Mr. Vivian Graham, of South Gundurimba, whose death took place on Wednesday,
14th. The deceased was well -known in the district, where he carried on dairying for the past
15 years, and by his affable disposition and upright character he won the the highest esteem of
all who knew him. The late Mr. Graham came to this country from England sixty years ago,
and was employed as manager for Mr. Hargaves, of New England, for a period of 10 years.
From there he purchased a station of his own and followed pastoral pursuits for a number of
years, but owing to drought and hard times he was obliged to sell at considerable loss.
He next came to the Richmond River, and was engaged in dairying at the time of his death.
He leaves a family of three sons and five daughters to mourn their loss, vis.: Gordon (Coffs
Harbour), Alexander (Lismore) Vivian (Gundurimba), and Mrs. J. McRae (New England), Mrs
Thompson (Corndale), Mrs Pearce (Sydney) Mrs Egan (South Lismore) and Mrs Butt
(Gundurimba). The remains were interred in the Presbyterian Portion of the general cemetery,
the Rev. A. M. Gould conducting the service at the grave, and Mr. H. Klein had charge of the
funeral arrangements.
( Northern Star Lismore - Tuesday 27 Jan 1914, page 4.)

He was buried at the Presbyterian Cemetery (Grave location recorded as: Pioneer Section) in East Lismore, New South Wales.

Annie Agnes Hogan

b. about 1860, d. 1897
      Annie Agnes Hogan was born about 1860.

Annie Agnes Hogan died in 1897 in Wallsend, New South Wales, a daughter of John and Annie Hogan.