Mary Wear

b. 1663, d. 1735
ChartsSIVYER: Thomas -Family and Descendants
      Mary Wear was born in 1663 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Mary Wear married Thomas Sivyer, son of John Sivyer and Martha Rolfe, about 1684 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Mary Wear died in 1735 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Family

Thomas Sivyer b. 9 Mar 1664, d. 1735
Children

Thomas Sivyer

b. 1685, d. 1760
Father*Thomas Sivyer b. 9 Mar 1664, d. 1735
Mother*Mary Wear b. 1663, d. 1735
ChartsSIVYER: Thomas -Family and Descendants
      Thomas Sivyer was born in 1685 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Thomas Sivyer died in 1760 in Dallington, East Sussex.

John Sivyer

b. 1685, d. 1760
Father*Thomas Sivyer b. 9 Mar 1664, d. 1735
Mother*Mary Wear b. 1663, d. 1735
ChartsSIVYER: Thomas -Family and Descendants
      John Sivyer was born in 1685 in Dallington, East Sussex.

John Sivyer died in 1760 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Daniel Sivyer

b. 1687, d. 1750
Father*Thomas Sivyer b. 9 Mar 1664, d. 1735
Mother*Mary Wear b. 1663, d. 1735
ChartsSIVYER: Thomas -Family and Descendants
      Daniel Sivyer was born in 1687 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Daniel Sivyer married Elizabeth Fiest about 1714 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Daniel Sivyer died in 1750 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Family

Elizabeth Fiest b. 1685, d. 1753
Child

Elizabeth Fiest

b. 1685, d. 1753
ChartsSIVYER: Thomas -Family and Descendants
      Elizabeth Fiest was born in 1685 in Dallington, East Sussex, a daughter of Nicholas and Mary Fiest.

Elizabeth Fiest married Daniel Sivyer, son of Thomas Sivyer and Mary Wear, about 1714 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Elizabeth Fiest died in 1753 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Family

Daniel Sivyer b. 1687, d. 1750
Child

John Sivyer

b. 1715, d. 1800
Father*Daniel Sivyer b. 1687, d. 1750
Mother*Elizabeth Fiest b. 1685, d. 1753
ChartsSIVYER: Thomas -Family and Descendants
      John Sivyer was born in 1715 in Dallington, East Sussex.

John Sivyer married Elizabeth Goldsmith about 1735 in Dallington, East Sussex.

John Sivyer died in 1800 in Dallington, New South Wales.

Family

Elizabeth Goldsmith b. 1716, d. 1800
Children

Elizabeth Goldsmith

b. 1716, d. 1800
ChartsSIVYER: Thomas -Family and Descendants
      Elizabeth Goldsmith was born in 1716 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Elizabeth Goldsmith married John Sivyer, son of Daniel Sivyer and Elizabeth Fiest, about 1735 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Elizabeth Sivyer died in 1800 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Family

John Sivyer b. 1715, d. 1800
Children

Samuel Sivyer

b. 1757, d. 1849
Father*John Sivyer b. 1715, d. 1800
Mother*Elizabeth Goldsmith b. 1716, d. 1800
ChartsSIVYER: Thomas -Family and Descendants
      Samuel Sivyer was born in 1757 in East Sussex.

Samuel Sivyer died in 1849 in East Sussex.

Eastman Sivyer

b. 1770, d. 1853
Father*John Sivyer b. 1715, d. 1800
Mother*Elizabeth Goldsmith b. 1716, d. 1800
ChartsSIVYER: Thomas -Family and Descendants
      Eastman Sivyer was born in 1770 in East Sussex.

Eastman Sivyer died in 1853 in Ticehurst, East Sussex.

William Sivyer

b. 1730, d. 1800
Father*Daniel Sivyer b. 1699, d. 1770
Mother*Elizabeth Freeman b. 1699, d. 1770
ChartsSIVYER: Thomas -Family and Descendants
      William Sivyer was born in 1730 in Dallington, East Sussex.

William Sivyer died in 1800 in Dallington, East Sussex.

Mary Parks

b. 23 Jun 1872, d. 1931
Father*William Parks b. 4 May 1835, d. 1909
Mother*Frances Munro b. about 1841, d. 1908
ChartsPARKS: William -Family and Descendants
     Mary Parks was baptised on 23 Jun 1872 at the Parish Church of St Peter in East Blatchington, East Sussex, recorded as a daughter of William and Frances Parks.

Mary Parks married William Albert Miller in 1893 in Hailsham, East Sussex.

Mary Miller died in 1931 in Lewes, East Sussex, at the stated age of 58 years.

William Albert Miller

b. 1872, d. 1916
ChartsPARKS: William -Family and Descendants
     William Albert Miller was baptised in 1872 in Uckfield, East Sussex.

William Albert Miller married Mary Parks, daughter of William Parks and Frances Munro, in 1893 in Hailsham, East Sussex.

William Albert Miller died in 1916 in Brighton, East Sussex, at the stated age of 42 years.

Lawrence Walter Kennewell

b. 22 Dec 1908, d. 28 Sep 1981
Father*Walter Charles Kennewell b. 21 Nov 1879, d. 3 Nov 1959
Mother*Catherine May Marshall b. 21 Sep 1885, d. about 17 Aug 1954
      Lawrence Walter Kennewell was born on 22 Dec 1908 in Gilbert, South Australia. Lawrence Walter Kennewell was known by his family and friends as Mick.

Lawrence Walter Kennewell married Annie Clythe McLaughlin on 1 Apr 1939 in Broken Hill, New South Wales.

Lawrence Walter Kennewell died on 28 Sep 1981 at the age of 72.

Annie Clythe McLaughlin

b. 1918, d. 10 Nov 2008
      Annie Clythe McLaughlin was born in 1918. Annie Clythe McLaughlin was known by her family and friends as Nance.

Annie Clythe McLaughlin married Lawrence Walter Kennewell, son of Walter Charles Kennewell and Catherine May Marshall, on 1 Apr 1939 in Broken Hill, New South Wales.

Annie Clythe Kennewell died on 10 Nov 2008 at Christies Beach Aged Care Facility in Adelaide, South Australia.

Walter Charles Kennewell

b. 21 Nov 1879, d. 3 Nov 1959
Father*William Henry Kennewell b. 26 Nov 1850, d. 31 Mar 1902
Mother*Mary Mead Dawes b. 1858, d. 21 Aug 1955
      Walter Charles Kennewell was born on 21 Nov 1879 in Barossa, South Australia.

Walter Charles Kennewell married Catherine May Marshall on 12 Mar 1906 in South Australia.

Walter Charles Kennewell died on 3 Nov 1959 in Tibooburra, New South Wales, at the age of 79.

Family

Catherine May Marshall b. 21 Sep 1885, d. about 17 Aug 1954
Child

Mary Mead Dawes

b. 1858, d. 21 Aug 1955
      Mary Mead Kennewell was born in 1858 in South Australia.

Mary Mead Dawes married William Henry Kennewell, son of Thomas Kennewell and Mary Ann Francis, on 24 Jan 1874 in Barossa, South Australia.

Mary Mead Kennewell died on 21 Aug 1955 in South Australia.

Family

William Henry Kennewell b. 26 Nov 1850, d. 31 Mar 1902
Child

Mary Ann Francis

b. 10 Feb 1833, d. 27 Dec 1907
      Mary Ann Francis was born on 10 Feb 1833.

Mary Ann Francis married Thomas Kennewell, son of Richard G. Kennewell and Jane Johnson, on 19 May 1850.

Mary Ann Kennewell died on 27 Dec 1907 in Broken Hill, New South Wales, at the age of 74 a daughter of Edward and Sarah Francis.

Family

Thomas Kennewell b. 22 Dec 1830, d. 8 May 1912
Child

Thomas McEwen

b. about 1830
      Thomas McEwen was born about 1830.

Thomas McEwen married Ann White, daughter of William White and Sarah ?----------?, about 1860.

Wallace John Loiterton

b. 3 Mar 1926, d. 21 Jun 1942
Father*Herbert John Loiterton b. 22 Apr 1886, d. 2 Jan 1940
Mother*Anne May L. Harris b. 1885, d. 1943
ChartsLOITERTON: Thomas -Family and Descendants
      Wallace John Loiterton was born on 3 Mar 1926 in New South Wales according to evidence given at the Coronial Inquest into his death.

Wallace John Loiterton died on 21 Jun 1942 in Stockinbingal, New South Wales, at the age of 16 and the Goulburn Evening Post (23 June 1942) reported his death as follows:
BOY KILLED IN SHOOTING ACCIDENT
COOTAMUNDRA : Tuesday : Two boys were victims of shooting accidents, in this district. One boy was killed.
He was Wallace John Loiterton, 16, son of Mrs. Loiterton and the late Mr. Herbert Loiterton, of Kyra, Stockinbingal. The accident occurred when friends of Loiterton were firing at a target. He was taking cover, but came out just as a shot was fired. The bullet struck him in the temple killing him instantly.
(Note: Other boy wounded was in a separate accident.) A Coronial Inquest was held on 30 Jun 1942 at the Court House, Stockinbingal, New South Wales, into the death of Wallace John Loiterton The proceedings were reported in the Cootamundra Herald of 3 July 1942 as follows:
INQUEST
The Fatal Shooting Accident At Stockinbingal
At the court house, Stockinbingal, on Tuesday, the coroner, Mr. J. T. Renehan, inquired into the death of Wallace John Loiterton, aged 16 years 3 months, in a paddock about five miles from Stockinbingal, on June 21, and found that deceased died from a gunshot wound in the head, accidentally inflicted on him by Cecil Frederick West.
Mr. C. A. Vaughan appeared for the mother of deceased, and the father of the boy who fired the shot which had such a sad result.
Una Mary Loiterton, sister of deceased, residing at "Kyra," with her mother, stated he was born on March 3,1926. His life was insured in two policies with the A.M.P. Society for £800, and one with the Producers and Citizens for £500. Those policies had been taken out by their late father, H. J. Loiterton. Apart from those policies' deceased had no other property.
Constable F. O. T. Wood deposed to receiving a telephone message from Dr. J. Castell-Brown that Wallace Loiterton had been fatally shot, and that the body was at Poole's. Witness went out, and saw the body of the boy. He noticed a small
punctured wound in the inner corner of the left eye, and what appeared to be a bruise on the back of the head. The body was conveyed to "Kyra," and thence to the Cootamundra District Hospital. Next morning, in company with John Staniforth and Geoffrey Dengate, he proceeded to a hill on Mr. W. J. Sleeman's property - about five miles west of Stockinbingal, and was shown where deceased was alleged to have met his death.
Behind a rock which measured approximately 6ft. long by 4ft wide and 4ft. 6in. high, he saw congealed blood. On top of the rock was a small piece of stone. This was some 75ft. from where, it was said, Dengate, West, and the others were
standing when the shots were fired at the piece of stone, and from where the fatal shot was fired. He found two discharged .22 shells at this spot. The firing was down hill. From a test made, it would appear that deceased would have had to stand on his toes to see over the rock behind which he was sheltering, and would be standing so when struck by the bullet.
Some fifty yards to the right of the rock witness found a woman's handkerchief, a piece of cotton wool, two .12 gauge cartridges, and two .22 long bullets. This was where the doctor had viewed the body, and where Jack Crisp had carried it in an effort to get help. Near the spot he found two .22 single shot rifles - one belonging to Geoffrey Dengate, and containing an undischarged shell in the chamber, and the other the property off Cecil West, which was unloaded. Lower down the hill he found another .22 rifle and a felt hat, both of which were identified as being previously in the possession of deceased. One side of the rifle stock was heavily smeared with blood, and the hat had what appeared to be specks of blood on it.
Later Jack Crisp said that he had found the rifle under the body of deceased. Witness could find no empty shell near where deceased had been standing. Deceased was the only son of Mrs. A. M. Loiterton and of the late H. J. Loiterton, and was survived by three sisters and the mother, and had been occupied on his mother's farm. Witness was quite satisfied that the fatality was accidental. West and Crisp were inclined to be careless in the use of firearms, and they and their parents had been warned by the police about such carelessness. None of these boy's had permits from the police to buy bullets during the last eight months. As they were all over 14, they were legally entitled to have rifles.
Dr. Brown deposed to receiving the call. In her opinion death was instantaneous. Members of the party stated that they were firing downhill at the target; that deceased had been sheltering behind the rock on which the target had been placed; that decease raised his head as a shot was fired, and then fell, backwards out of sight; and that deceased had been moved uphill, after the accident, in an effort to reach help.
John Barry Latham, a schoolboy, of "Spring Grove," Stockinbingal, deposed to being at Mrs. Staniforth's during the morning of Sunday, June 21, and again visited there after lunch. During the afternoon several young people arrived, and out at the
back of the house they did a bit of shooting at bottles. After afternoon tea several of them went off to the hill for a shot. There were Joan Staniforth, Alma Loiterton, Wally Loiterton, Doreen Dengate; Geof. Dengate, Cecil West, Jack Crisp, and
witness. They went up Temora road, left the bikes in Poole's lane, and walked across the paddocks towards the hills. Wally, Geof., and Cecil were carrying rifles. There were a few shots at various rocks. Wally then said, "I'd like a small target to
shoot at"; and he went down from where the rest were standing, and put a small piece of rock on top of a large rock. He duckcd down behind the large rock. Geof. took aim at the small rock, and fired, but missed. In a short space of time Cecil fired; and, just as he fired, witness saw Wally's head with his hat on, bob up from behind the rock. The head immediately disappeared again. Geof. said, "Quick, you've hit, him." Cecil ran down to the rock, and called them all down. Wally was lying on his right side, with blood all over his face. He did not speak or move.
Joan called Alma and Jack Crisp, who were some distance away. After a minute or two Doreen called out to witness to collect the rifles, and Cecil said, "Take them out of my sight." Witness took Cecil's and Geof's away. Jack Crisp carried Wally round the end of the hill, to where witness was sitting, and he waited with Jack till the doctor came. Jack then told witness that Wally was dead. Cecil seemed to have had all the ammunition, but the others may have had some. He gave witness some, and Wally some. What he gave witness were in the rifle when he gave it to witness twice to have shots during the afternoon. Witness was sure the shooting was quite accidental. He did not know that shooting on Sundays was against the law.
Geoffrey Norman Dengate, railway porter, Martin street, Stockinbingal, aged 19, deposed to having lunch at Mr. Staniforth's, and then, in the afternoon, going out shooting. He corroborated as to what happened, adding that he ran to Mr. Poole's for help. Someone had called to Wally not to stop behind the rock whilst they were shooting, but he took no notice. Cecil and Wally were the best of cobbers.
John Alfred Crisp, breadcarter, 16¾ years of age, corroborated, as did also Cecil Frederick West, who added: "Wally said, 'Ill put something up to have a shot at. He jumped down the hill a bit, and placed a piece of small rock on a large rock about 35 yards away down the hill. He said, 'Have a go at this.' Geof and I then loaded our rifles. Someone called out, 'All right, hop out of the road.' Wally called out, 'I'll be alright,' or words to that effect, and ducked down behind the rock. I said, 'Geof, you shoot first; and, if you miss, I'll have a go at it.' Geof. fired, and at the same time I was holding my rifle at the ready. As soon as he fired I noticed that he had missed the piece of stone, and I took aim and fired practically soon after him. As I lowered the rifle I saw what must have been the top of Wally's head, with his hat on, go out of sight behind the rock. At no time, whilst firing or before I fired, did I see any sign of Wally, his head, or hat. Immediately I saw the
head disappear I had a funny feeling; and I looked at Joan, and said, 'Do you think I hit him?' She just looked. I ran down to the rock, and saw Wally lying on the ground, on his side. I lifted his head, and saw blood running from his nose and mouth, but did not sit where he had been hit.
Geof. followed me down to the rock, and the others followed. After a minute or two Jack Crisp told me that Wally was dead. Doreen helped me away and over the hill, and eventually down to Poole's house. I was wearing an ammunition belt that afternoon, and I think I had about thirty .22 bullets in it. They were mostly longs. Just before Wally placed the target on the rock he swopped me two gun cartridges for about six bullets. I know, by what followed, that he never used any. I am quite satisfied that Wally did not shoot himself, and am quite certain that it was the bullet I fired that hit him. I have known Wally for many years, and we have been the best of friends always. We have knocked about together a lot; and I have always considered him one of my best cobbers. I have never purchased, or had given to me, any bullets during the past nine months. When I used to get them before that, I always took a few out of the box I bought, and put them away in case I could not get any later on. In this way I saved up about two boxes, which would be about a hundred bullets. I know that it is wrong to shoot on Sundays, but did not think there was any harm in it. Both Constable Wood and my father have warned me and others to be very careful with guns.
By Mr. Vaughan: Wally Loiterton had made no arrangements to act as marker; and none of us expected to see him appear after any shots were fired.

Una Mary Loiterton

b. 8 Sep 1918, d. 15 Jun 2006
Father*Herbert John Loiterton b. 22 Apr 1886, d. 2 Jan 1940
Mother*Anne May L. Harris b. 1885, d. 1943
ChartsLOITERTON: Thomas -Family and Descendants
      Una Mary Loiterton was born on 8 Sep 1918 in Cootamundra, New South Wales.

Una Mary Loiterton married Geoffrey Francis Roberts in 1948 in Cootamundra, New South Wales.

Una Mary Roberts died on 15 Jun 2006 in Tamworth, New South Wales, at the age of 87.
She was buried at the General and Lawn Cemetery (Grave location recorded as: Anglican, plot D5) in Tamworth, New South Wales.