John James Beare

ID# 2644, born 1 March 1850, died 17 November 1884
Father*Thomas Hudson Beare born 30 Dec. 1792, died 7 Nov. 1861
Mother*Lucy Bull born 8 Mar. 1819, died 16 Sep. 1887
Relationship10th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     John James Beare, son of Thomas Hudson Beare and Lucy Bull, was born in Netley, Adelaide, South Australia, on Friday, 1 March 1850.


     John James Beare was married to Sarah Edmunds in 1875 at Australia.

     John James Beare, son of Thomas Hudson Beare and Lucy Bull, died on Monday, 17 November 1884, in Moonta, South Australia.1


John James Beare is entered into the Project as part of a One Name Study,
It is our intention to attempt to link ALL persons with the Surname of TIPPER and their families,
originating in Staffordshire and Derbyshire.2
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  1. [S456] "Personal Research of Lorne Campbell.", between 1980 and 2001.
  2. [S3000] This Person is eligible for the TIPPER One Name Study. Information researched and supplied by Chris Tipper & Martin Jackson, the Compiler of the Web Site.

Martha Elizabeth Beare

ID# 2645, born 10 August 1852, died 25 December 1941
Father*Thomas Hudson Beare born 30 Dec. 1792, died 7 Nov. 1861
Mother*Lucy Bull born 8 Mar. 1819, died 16 Sep. 1887
Relationship10th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Martha Elizabeth Beare, daughter of Thomas Hudson Beare and Lucy Bull, was born in Adelaide, South Australia, on Tuesday, 10 August 1852.


     Martha Elizabeth Beare was married to John Myles Marshall in 1876 at Australia.1

     Martha Elizabeth Marshall nee Beare was married to William John Kennedy in 1880 at Australia.1

     Martha Elizabeth Beare, daughter of Thomas Hudson Beare and Lucy Bull, died on Thursday, 25 December 1941, in Naracoorte, South Australia.

Family 1

John Myles Marshall born 1854, died 1877
Child

Family 2

William John Kennedy born 1850, died 1894
Children
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  1. [S456] "Personal Research of Lorne Campbell.", between 1980 and 2001.

Lucy Alice Rose Beare

ID# 2646, born around 1853
Father*Thomas Hudson Beare born 30 Dec. 1792, died 7 Nov. 1861
Mother*Lucy Bull born 8 Mar. 1819, died 16 Sep. 1887
Relationship10th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Lucy Alice Rose Beare, daughter of Thomas Hudson Beare and Lucy Bull, was born around 1853.
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Edwin Arthur Beare

ID# 2647, born 23 June 1855, died 6 March 1912
Father*Thomas Hudson Beare born 30 Dec. 1792, died 7 Nov. 1861
Mother*Lucy Bull born 8 Mar. 1819, died 16 Sep. 1887
Relationship10th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Edwin Arthur Beare, son of Thomas Hudson Beare and Lucy Bull, was born in Netley, Adelaide, South Australia, on Saturday, 23 June 1855.


     Edwin Arthur Beare was married to Charlotte Jane Downing in 1897 at Australia.1

     Edwin Arthur Beare, son of Thomas Hudson Beare and Lucy Bull, died on Wednesday, 6 March 1912, in Kadina, South Australia.
     His Gravestone Inscription in Plot X2, Path 7 South, North Road Cemetery, Adelaide, South Australia,shows - / In Loving Memory / of / EDWIN ARTHUR BEARE. / Kadina / Died March 7. 1912. Aged 56 years. /2

Family

Charlotte Jane Downing born 1859, died 1933
Children
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Citations

  1. [S456] "Personal Research of Lorne Campbell.", between 1980 and 2001.
  2. [S316] Monumental Inscription, Image supplied by "Forever Remembered" website, 18 August 2014.

Thomas Hudson Beare Sir

ID# 2648, born 30 June 1859, died 10 June 1940
Father*Thomas Hudson Beare born 30 Dec. 1792, died 7 Nov. 1861
Mother*Lucy Bull born 8 Mar. 1819, died 16 Sep. 1887
Relationship10th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
Sir Thomas Hudson Beare K.C.M.G.
1859 - 1940
     Thomas Hudson Beare Sir, son of Thomas Hudson Beare and Lucy Bull, was born in Edwardstown, South Australia, on Thursday, 30 June 1859.


     Thomas Hudson Beare Sir was married to Louisa Newman in 1887.

     Was awarded the K.C.M.G.

By the second year of the war the number of engineering students at the University of Edinburgh was relatively small. Under the tutorship of Professor Hudson Beare the Engineering Department at High School Yards was a hive of activity. It was the headquarters of the Officer Training Corps and the Engineering buildings were largely made over to the instructions of the O.T.C.

In addition to this, courses of instruction were provided for university lecturers, students and graduates as well as solictors, accountants, architects and other learned professions who for professional exemption reasons could not join the forces but wished to engage in voluntary munitions work. The full-time courses were organised by Professor Hudson Beare and lasted between three and four weeks, depending on the skill of the learner.

On successful completion of the course a certificate was awarded by the Edinburgh and South-East of Scotland Munitions Board which showed their competence as munitions workers.

In addition to being Professor of Engineering, Thomas Hudson Beare also sat on the Universities and Public Schools Recruitment Committee which addressed the issue of the shortage of officers.1


     Thomas Hudson Beare Sir, son of Thomas Hudson Beare and Lucy Bull, died on Monday, 10 June 1940, in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.
     OBITUARY.
SIR THOMAS HUDSON BEARE, youngest son of Mr. T. H. Beare, of Netley, South Australia, was born on the 30th June, 1859, and died at his home in Edinburgh the 10th June, on 1940. He was educated at Prince Albert College and University, Adelaide. He won the South AustraIian Scholarship in 1880 and proceeded to England, to continue his studies at University College, London. In 1887 he was appointed Professor of Engineering at the Heriott-Watt College, Edinburgh, and in 1889 he filled the vacant Chair of Engineering at University College, London..
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  1. [S9] "Personal Research of Nevil Horsfall", between 1980 and 2001.

Robert Henry Edmunds

ID# 2649, born 4 April 1834, died 12 February 1917
     Robert Henry Edmunds was born in London on Friday, 4 April 1834.


     Robert Henry Edmunds was married to Emily Beare on Saturday, 3 October 1863 at Glen Osmond, South Australia, Australia.1

     Robert Henry Edmunds died on Monday, 12 February 1917, in North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.

Family

Emily Beare born 17 June 1844, died 28 May 1925
Children
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  1. [S456] "Personal Research of Lorne Campbell.", between 1980 and 2001.

William Bowyer

ID# 2650
     William Bowyer was married to Mary Brant.

Family

Mary Brant
Child
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Mary Brant

ID# 2651
     Mary Brant was married to William Bowyer.

Family

William Bowyer
Child
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Fanny Yates

ID# 2652, born 25 January 1842, died 25 July 1925
Father*Henry Yates born abt 1820, died b Feb. 1849
Mother*Sarah Vernon born 6 Jan. 1818, died 26 Mar. 1909
     Fanny Yates, daughter of Henry Yates and Sarah Vernon, was born in Swarkestone, Derbyshire, on Tuesday, 25 January 1842, her Birth was Registered at the Ashby de la Zouch Register Office in the Jan-Feb-Mar Quarter of 1842.1,2      She was Baptised on Sunday, 27 February 1842 in St. Giles' Church, Calke, Derbyshire .
     St. Giles' Church Baptismal Register Entry - "Fanny Yates, daughter of Sarah and Henry Yates of Calke, a Groom, was Baptised. Born on 25 January 1842."3

     Fanny Yates accompanied Henry Newbold and emigrated to Australia. They departed from London travelling on vessel Indian on 10 April 1849 and arrived at Adelaide on 7 August 1849.4,5

     Fanny Yates, daughter of Henry Yates and Sarah Vernon, was married to Robert Peel Bull, son of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, on Tuesday, 17 February 1863 at Bullaparinga, South Australia.6,7
     

     Fanny was listed on the Australian Electoral Roll of between 1912 and 1913
               Fanny Bull nee Yates.     Gender: Female.     Address: Dowerin, in the Toodyay Sub-District, District of Dampier, Western Australia,     Occupation: Married.8

     Fanny Bull nee Yates was left a Widow at the age of 71, on the death of her husband, Robert on 10 December 1913 in Dowerin, Western Australia, Australia.7

     Fanny Bull nee Yates, daughter of Henry Yates and Sarah Vernon, died on Saturday, 25 July 1925, in North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia,"aged 83 years."9
     Her Gravestone Inscription in Hindmarsh Cemetery, Hindmarsh, Adelaide, South Australia,shows - / In Loving Memory / of / Annie Elizabeth Harry / Passed away May 22 1940 / Aged 75 years / Loved by All / ----- / also Alfred / Beloved husband of above / Passed away July 8 1948 / Aged 84 years / also Sidney / Infant son of above / Died June 16 1886 / / Resting / Robert Bull. Dec. 10 1913 / Fanny Bull. July 25 1925 /10

Family

Robert Peel Bull born 9 July 1836, died 10 December 1913
Children
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Citations

  1. [S107] General Register Office - Index of Births - Q1 1842 Ashby de la Zouch Vol: 15, Page: 3. 
  2. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- DoB taken from Baptism Register.
  3. [S359] Date & Place details extracted from the "Derbyshire Baptisms Transcription" held by findmypast.co.uk - Copyright © of Helen Betteridge & Jean Shannon.
  4. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( South Australian Passenger Lists - Early 19th. century shipping arrivals and immigration, compiled by Barry Leadbeater ).
  5. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( 'The INDIAN Affair - 1849'
         a report on the happenings aboard the barque INDIAN on the journey to Adelaide ).
  6. [S1105] Date & Place details extracted from the "Australia Marriage Index, 1788 - 1949. 17 February 1863 Yankalilla, South Australia Vol: 53, Page: 165. 
  7. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.
  8. [S251] Extracted from the Electoral Roll - Australian Electoral Rolls 1903 - 1980 details extracted by Martin Jackson.
  9. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- Monumental Inscription.
  10. [S316] Monumental Inscription, Image supplied by "Forever Remembered" website, 18 August 2014.

Clara Vernon Bull

ID# 2653, born 29 December 1863, died 19 November 1903
Father*Robert Peel Bull born 9 Jul. 1836, died 10 Dec. 1913
Mother*Fanny Yates born 25 Jan. 1842, died 25 Jul. 1925
Relationship11th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Clara Vernon Bull, daughter of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, was born in Glenburn, Yankalilla, South Australia, Australia, on Tuesday, 29 December 1863.


     Clara Vernon Bull was married to Matthew Holland about 1885.1

     Kelly Sullivan states that this couple had 3 children.1


     Clara Vernon Bull, daughter of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, died on Thursday, 19 November 1903, in Adelaide, South Australia.
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  1. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.

Annie Elizabeth Bull

ID# 2654, born 1 July 1865, died 22 May 1940
Father*Robert Peel Bull born 9 Jul. 1836, died 10 Dec. 1913
Mother*Fanny Yates born 25 Jan. 1842, died 25 Jul. 1925
Relationship11th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
Annie E. Harry nee Bull
1865 - 1940
     Annie Elizabeth Bull, daughter of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, was born in Rapid Bay, South Australia, Australia, on Saturday, 1 July 1865.1


     Annie Elizabeth Bull was married to Alfred Harry on Tuesday, 30 December 1884.2

     Kelly Sullivan states that this couple had 8 children.2


     Annie Elizabeth Bull, daughter of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, died on Wednesday, 22 May 1940, in Brompton, South Australia, Australia, she was survived by her husband Alfred Harry.3
     Her Gravestone Inscription in Hindmarsh Cemetery, Hindmarsh, Adelaide, South Australia,shows - / In Loving Memory / of / Annie Elizabeth Harry / Passed away May 22 1940 / Aged 75 years / Loved by All / ----- / also Alfred / Beloved husband of above / Passed away July 8 1948 / Aged 84 years / also Sidney / Infant son of above / Died June 16 1886 / / Resting / Robert Bull. Dec. 10 1913 / Fanny Bull. July 25 1925 /4

Family

Alfred Harry born 7 March 1863, died 8 July 1948
Children
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  1. [S1100] Date & Place details extracted from the "Australia Birth Index, 1788 - 1922". 1 July 1865 Registered at Yankililla, S.A. Vol: 37; Page: 276.
  2. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.
  3. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- Monumental Inscription.
  4. [S316] Monumental Inscription, Image supplied by "Forever Remembered" website, 18 August 2014.

Mary Louisa Bull

ID# 2655, born 17 August 1867
Father*Robert Peel Bull born 9 Jul. 1836, died 10 Dec. 1913
Mother*Fanny Yates born 25 Jan. 1842, died 25 Jul. 1925
Relationship11th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Mary Louisa Bull, daughter of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, was born in Silverton, Yankalilla, South Australia, Australia, on Saturday, 17 August 1867.


     Kelly Sullivan states that this couple had 1 child.1
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  1. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.

George Henry Wrathall Bull

ID# 2656, born 6 April 1869, died between 1916 and 1925
Father*Robert Peel Bull born 9 Jul. 1836, died 10 Dec. 1913
Mother*Fanny Yates born 25 Jan. 1842, died 25 Jul. 1925
Relationship11th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
George H.W. Bull
1869 - 1919
     George Henry Wrathall Bull, son of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, was born in Silverton, South Australia, on Tuesday, 6 April 1869.1


     George Henry Wrathall Bull, son of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, was married to Sarah Mabel Stella Chapman, daughter of John Chapman, on Wednesday, 24 February 1904 at Jamestown, South Australia.2
     

     George Henry Wrathall Bull, son of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, died between 1916 and 1925, in South Australia.3
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  1. [S1100] Date & Place details extracted from the "Australia Birth Index, 1788 - 1922". 6 April 1869 Yankalilla, South Australia Vol: 73, Page: 594. 
  2. [S1105] Date & Place details extracted from the "Australia Marriage Index, 1788 - 1949. 24 February 1904 Clare, South Australia Vol: 218, Page: 753. 
  3. [S1110] Date & Place details extracted from the "Australia Death Index, 1787 - 1985". 1916 - 1925 South Australia Vol: 432, Page: 66. 

Rosa Lee Bull

ID# 2657, born 10 March 1872, died after 1913
Father*Robert Peel Bull born 9 Jul. 1836, died 10 Dec. 1913
Mother*Fanny Yates born 25 Jan. 1842, died 25 Jul. 1925
Relationship11th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Rosa Lee Bull, daughter of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, was born in Tallisker, Yankalilla, South Australia, Australia, on Sunday, 10 March 1872.


     Rosa Lee Bull, daughter of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, died after 1913, in England.
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Frederick Charles Wrathall Bull

ID# 2658, born 4 September 1880, died 1 June 1954
Father*Robert Peel Bull born 9 Jul. 1836, died 10 Dec. 1913
Mother*Fanny Yates born 25 Jan. 1842, died 25 Jul. 1925
Relationship11th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Frederick Charles Wrathall Bull, son of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, was born in Australia on Saturday, 4 September 1880.


     Frederick was listed on the Australian Electoral Roll of between 1912 and 1913
               Frederick Charles Wrathall Bull.     Gender: Male.     Address: Hindmarsh, via Dowerin, in the Toodyay Sub-District, District of Swan, Western Australia,     Occupation: Farmer.1

     Frederick Charles Wrathall Bull was married to Lily May Biglands around 1915 at Australia.2

     Frederick Charles Wrathall Bull, son of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, died on Tuesday, 1 June 1954, in Nedlands, Western Australia, Australia.
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Citations

  1. [S251] Extracted from the Electoral Roll - Australian Electoral Rolls 1903 - 1980 details extracted by Martin Jackson.
  2. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.

Harold Bowyer Bull

ID# 2659, born 31 January 1884, died 16 October 1943
Father*Robert Peel Bull born 9 Jul. 1836, died 10 Dec. 1913
Mother*Fanny Yates born 25 Jan. 1842, died 25 Jul. 1925
Relationship11th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
Harold Bowyer Bull
1884 - 1943
     Harold Bowyer Bull, son of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, was born in Hindmarsh, Adelaide, South Australia, on Thursday, 31 January 1884.

     
HINDMARSH YOUNG MAN HONORED
BY THE KING.
Mr. R. P. Bull, of Hindmarsh, has received a letter from his son, Mr. Harold B. Bull, an A.B. on the "Nimrod". It is dated December 17, and was written on the "Nimrod" at Pomona Docks, Manchester. He says: :
     "I am well and keeping in good health. We are on show here in Manchester, and I suppose will continue to be for some time. I have been before King Edward VII, and he pinned a medal on my breast. It was a great function. We went to Buckingham Palace, and after all the knighthoods had been conferred we had our medals put on our breasts by the King. On one side of the medal is a ship in the ice and a sledge party, and on the other side is the King's head. There is one clasp, on which is the word, 'Antarctic, 1907-09.' Around the edge of the medal is my name, H. Bull, A.B., R.N.R. Nimrod. The ribbon is white. I am very proud at having received the medal and of being honored by the King fastening it on my breast."
     Mr. Harold Bull is a grandson of the late Mr. John Bull, who arrived in South Australia in the "Canton" in May, 1838, and wrote a book on the early history of South Australia, which was published in "The Chronicle." His great grandfather was the Rev. John Bull. M.A., Walthamstow, Essex, England, who was born in 1804.
     Mr. H. B. Bull is 26 years of age. He was born at Hindmarsh, and was educated at the local public school. He had a liking for a seafaring life, and eventually entered the P.and 0. service, and became a quartermaster. Subsequently he entered the British Royal Naval Reserve. He was chosen out of 500 candidates to join the crew of the "Nimrod", under Lieutenant (now Sir) Ernest Shackleton, to proceed in the "Nimrod" to the South Polar regions. He has made two trips to the South Antarctic aboard the "Nimrod".1

     Harold Bowyer Bull, son of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, was married to Amy Eleanor Cormick, daughter of Charles Cormick and Jane Hannah Taylor, in Essex in 1910.
     Their Marriage was recorded in the West Ham Registration District in the Oct-Nov-Dec Quarter of 1910.2

     Harold was listed on the Australian Electoral Roll of between 1912 and 1913
               Harold Bowyer Bull.     Gender: Male.     Address: Wyalratehem, in the Toodyay Sub-District, District of Swan, Western Australia,     Occupation: Farmer.3

     Harold was listed on the Australian Electoral Roll of 1916
               Harold Bowyer Bull.     Gender: Male.     Address: 10 Tuckfield Street, in the East Freemantle Sub-District, District of Freemantle, Western Australia,     Occupation: Lighterman.3

     Harold was listed on the Australian Electoral Roll of 1925
               Harold Bowyer Bull.     Gender: Male.     Address: 127 Newell Street, in the East Freemantle Sub-District, District of Freemantle, Western Australia,     Occupation: Coxswain.3

     Harold was listed on the Australian Electoral Roll of 1931
               Harold Bowyer Bull.     Gender: Male.     Address: Rottnest Island, in the Freemantle Sub-District, District of Freemantle, Western Australia,     Occupation: Signalman.3

     Harold Bowyer Bull was left a Widower at the age of 50, on the death of his wife, Amy on 10 February 1934 in Rottnest Island, Western Australia.4

     Harold Bowyer Bull, son of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, was married to Evelyn Gladys in 1934 at Freemantle, Western Australia.
     Entry #341.

     Harold was listed on the Australian Electoral Roll of between 1936 and 1937
               Harold Bowyer Bull.     Gender: Male.     Address: Rottnest Island, in the Freemantle Sub-District, District of Freemantle, Western Australia,     Occupation: Signalman.3

     Harold was listed on the Australian Electoral Roll of 1943
               Harold Bowyer Bull.     Gender: Male.     Address: 32 Windsor Road, in the East Freemantle Sub-District, District of Freemantle, Western Australia,     Occupation: Signalman.3

     Harold Bowyer Bull, son of Robert Peel Bull and Fanny Yates, died on Saturday, 16 October 1943, in East Fremantle, Western Australia.
     Harold was buried in October 1943.5

     Mr. H.B. Bull Dies
After an extended illness, ex head signalman Harold Boyer Bull died at his home in East Fremantle today aged 59.
He was universally known as "John" Bull and for several years had acted as signalman for the Fremantle Harbour Trust, at Rottnest Island.
Before being transferred to the island he was prominently associated as a trainer with the East Fremantle Football Club. In 1907 he accompanied Shackleton's expedition to the Antarctic. He was a grandson of the late John Wrathall Bull who was a South Australian pioneer in 1838 and who in vented the 'Stripper' harvester. The funeral will take place at Fremantle Cemetery at 11.30 a.m. on Monday, arrangements being in the hands of Messrs Arthur E. Davies and Company.6

     His Gravestone Inscriptionshows -
/ In Memory / of / HAROLD BOWYER / [JOHN] BULL / Late of Rottnest Island / Died Oct. 16th. 1943 / Aged 59 years / Loved By All /7

Family

Amy Eleanor Cormick born 1882, died 10 February 1934
Children
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Citations

  1. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( The Advertiser, Adelaide, South Australia 29 January 1910; page 13 ).
  2. [S108] General Register Office - Index of Marriages - , Q4 1910 west Ham Vol: 4a, Page: 44. 
  3. [S251] Extracted from the Electoral Roll - Australian Electoral Rolls 1903 - 1980 details extracted by Martin Jackson.
  4. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( Date and Place Details taken from Burial information ).
  5. [S315] Cemetery Records: HAROLD BOWYER BULL     Aged 59 years     Date of Death - 16/10/1943     of East Fremantle     
    Grave Location: Fremantle Cemetery - Methodist portion - Section MON B3 - Gravesite 0200.
  6. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( The Daily News, Perth, Western Australia 16 October 1943 page 14 ).
  7. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( Image downloaded from Westthorp Family Tree on Ancestry.com ).

Matthew Holland

ID# 2660
     Matthew Holland was married to Clara Vernon Bull about 1885.1
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  1. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.

Alfred Harry

ID# 2661, born 7 March 1863, died 8 July 1948
Alfred Harry
1863 - 1948
     Alfred Harry was born in Brompton, South Australia, on Saturday, 7 March 1863.1,2


     Alfred Harry was married to Annie Elizabeth Bull on Tuesday, 30 December 1884.3

     Alfred Harry was left a Widower at the age of 77, on the death of his wife, Annie on 22 May 1940 in Brompton, South Australia, Australia.2

     Alfred Harry died on Thursday, 8 July 1948, in Adelaide, South Australia.2
     His Gravestone Inscription in Hindmarsh Cemetery, Hindmarsh, Adelaide, South Australia,shows - / In Loving Memory / of / Annie Elizabeth Harry / Passed away May 22 1940 / Aged 75 years / Loved by All / ----- / also Alfred / Beloved husband of above / Passed away July 8 1948 / Aged 84 years / also Sidney / Infant son of above / Died June 16 1886 / / Resting / Robert Bull. Dec. 10 1913 / Fanny Bull. July 25 1925 /4

Family

Annie Elizabeth Bull born 1 July 1865, died 22 May 1940
Children
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Citations

  1. [S1100] Date & Place details extracted from the "Australia Birth Index, 1788 - 1922". 7 March 1863 Registered at Adelaide, S.A. Vol: 27; Page: 27.
  2. [S120] Martin Jackson has included these details by using information from other resources:- Monumental Inscription.
  3. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.
  4. [S316] Monumental Inscription, Image supplied by "Forever Remembered" website, 18 August 2014.

Bull

ID# 2664, born 1838, died 1838
Father*John Wrathall Bull born 23 Jun. 1804, died 21 Sep. 1886
Mother*Mary Brant Bowyer born 1816, died 25 Feb. 1882
Relationship10th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Bull, daughter of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, was born at sea in 1838, on the family's emigration journey to Australia.

     Bull, daughter of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, died in 1838, at sea.1
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  1. [S456] "Personal Research of Lorne Campbell.", between 1980 and 2001.

James Osmond Bull

ID# 2665, born 31 March 1839, died 24 February 1924
Father*John Wrathall Bull born 23 Jun. 1804, died 21 Sep. 1886
Mother*Mary Brant Bowyer born 1816, died 25 Feb. 1882
Relationship10th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
James Osmond Bull
1839 - 1924
     James Osmond Bull, son of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, was born in Adelaide, South Australia, on Sunday, 31 March 1839.


     Patrick Macnamara pleaded guilty to assaulting James Osmond Bull, and was fined £5 and costs £7 1s, or in default of payment - three months imprisonment. on 24 February 1870.1

     AN OLD COLONIST
Interesting Memories. -
Eighty years ago last Monday, a well known South Australian, Mr. James Osmond Bull, was born at Halifax street, Adelaide, and 12 months later was baptised at Trinity Church North terrace, by the Rev. Mr. Howard, the first colonial chaplain. His father, the late Mr, J. W. Bull, will be recollected as the author of 'Early 'Experiences of Colonial Life,'' a work which graphically described the vicissitudes of our pioneer colonists, and enjoyed considerable popularity at the time of its publication, Mr. J. O. Bull, who by-the-way, is a near relative of, the famous war artist, Mr. Rene Bull, whose brilliant sketches have for years been a feature of Black and White has had a long colonial experience, and possesses keen recollections of the hardships his parents underwent in an endeavour to get a footing in the country. His father, who was 'a man of Kent,' shortly after his arrival from England, was appointed agent in South Australia for Mr. Ewens, a prominent stock breeder in Sydney, and it was on Bull's Creek that he used to run the cattle which came overland from New South Wales before sending them to the market. 'Mr. Bull recollects a peculiar incident connected with the first mob that came to this province. One of the animals escaped from Bulls Creek and found its way back to its home in the mother colony. To do this it had to travel hundreds of miles, and swim several rivers. Its wonderful homing instinct, however, did not save its life, as it was sent back with the next mob and eventually found its way to a local slaughter-house.
—'Black Thursday' Recalled.—
When Mr. Bull gave up Bull's Creek he erected stockyarcls on South terrace, near to St. John's Church, but subsequently started farming at Balhannah. But wheat was low in price, it had to be hand reaped, then threshed with a flail, and finally carted 21 miles to Adelaide, so finding it did not pay, he returned to Adelaide and found employment at Mr. Osmond Gilles' place at Glen Osmond. Mr. Gilles was the first Colonial Treasurer, and Mr. J. O. Bull was called after him. Mr. J. W. Bull then went with his family to a property in the neighbourhood of the Halfway House, on the Port Road, known at that time as McFadyen's. He moved on Black Thursday, and Mr. J.O. Bull has a vivid recollection of that fearful day. He says it was impossible to see a yard in front of one. The horses refused to move, his sisters were nearly dead with thirst, and screaming with fright, and the horror of the occasion was ever after ''indelibly outlined on the tablets of his mind. Then the Victorian digging began, and his father went to Ballarat, but bad luck pursued him, and having turned to South Australia, he took charge of Mr. Osmond Gilles's property at Glen Osmond. While there he planted the well-known vineyard in the vicinity and took great interest in viticulture. He subsequently went into business as a wine-merchant in Gilbert Place, Adelaide.
. . . Gold Escort Days . . .
Mr. Bull remembers the arrival of the first coach with gold diggers from Victoria. It was in charge of John Durie, one of the most famous drivers in Australia in those days, and was accompanied by a guard in a red coat, who trolled a merry lay on a cornopean as the coach rattled up the main streets of the town. On leaving his father, Mr. J. 0. Bull took up droving, and in 1872 went with the late Mr. Ern. Bagot and Mr. J. Hart to the McDonnell Ranges with cattle. He underwent many hardships, and on one occasion, during a dry stage of 90 miles, was not out of the sadle for three nights and two days. Then his horse fell and rolled upon him twice, with the result that he was laid up for two years, being utterly unable to do anything. He subsequently spent some time in the Northern Territory and returned suffering from fever and ague, after which he went to Cuthero, Messrs. Pile Brothers station, on the Darling. There he remained until he retired from active life, and for the past 20 years has lived with his two sisters, the Misses Lucy and Fanny Bull. They have resided at Plympton for some time. On Monday a bevy of friends and relatives visited Mr. Bull to wish him 'Many happy returns' and presented him with tokens of their esteem.2

     A FINE PIONEER
Native-Born, and Eighty Four. A Chat with Mr. J. O. Bull.
     It is a privilege to meet the real pioneer type— the kind of man who blazed trails, and built up the State, whatever their personal gain or loss may have been. Mr. J. O. Bull may claim to be at once a pioneer and native-born. He is, indeed, said to be the oldest living male born, in South Australia. It is with a cheery smile that the veteran owns to his 84 years, the point of the joke being that, considering some of his experiences, it is rather a wonder that he is alive at all. A representative of The Register had a pleasant chat with Mr. Bull and his two sisters, and the conversation went back to old history and typical reminiscences. His father, Mr. John Wrathall Bull, arrived in South Australia with his wife and two children by the Canton on April 30, 1838. Another child, a little daughter, had died on the voyage out. Mrs. Bull, whose maiden name was Bowyer, was only 17 years old when she was married, and only 20 when she landed in South Australia. Some of the buoyancy and cheerful courage with which she is said to have faced the roughing it of those days, seems to have been handed down to her children, for Mr.J. Bull and his sisters are keenly interested in everything concerning the welfare of the State. 'I was born,' said Mr. Bull, in Halifax Street, Adelaide. on March 31, 1833, and was christened in Trinity Church by the Colonial Chaplain, the Rev. C. B. Howard. My godfathers were Dr. Nash and Mr. Osmond Gilles. My father was manager of Mr. Gilles's estate. My parents went to Nairne when I was a baby. Years afterwards, a man met me and said, 'Hullo, young Bull, I'd have known you any where!' He hadn't seen me since I was an infant in arms; you'd have thought I'd have changed more than that! My first school was Mr. Clauson's, in Unley, and then I went to Mr. J. L. Young's Academy, and afterwards to Mr. Web ster's, at Maesbury House, Kensington. When I left school we went to a station at Rapid Bay— The Blowhole, or, as my father named, it Bowyer Creek, after my mother's maiden name. I helped my elder brothers with the shepherding. There were 10 of us children. My brother Charlie died early, and his funeral was the last occasion on which Mr. Howard officiated. We were burnt out of that station, and had to start again. I was for some years in the volunteers — first, the Mitcham and Glen Osmond, and later at Rapid Bay. I saw something of the interior in 1872, travelling with stock for Mr. Bagot to the MacDonnel Ranges. That was a trip! We were eight months going 1,039 miles with 500 head of cattle. For 90 miles we were without a drop of water for the beasts. We carried some for ourselves, and the horses got a little at 70 miles, but by the time we reached James's Range the cattle were fairly mad for water. They stampeded when they came to it, and some got legs broken. That 90 miles we did in two days and three nights through the scrub. I had an accident out there, and scurvy set in. I was brought down more dead than alive, took two months on the trip, travelling by wagon and coach, and was crippled for two years. 'Much later,' continued the speaker, 'I was out with a survey party on the Darwin to Pine Creek Railway, ours being the first section. I broke one of my legs that time — went to hunt up two bullocks, and my horse fell and rolled on me. I got the bullocks and took them back, but my leg was in a terrible condition. That finished my time there. But the other trip was the one I remember best. We had to watch the cattle all night, and to this day I awaken from 2 to 4, and shall do so, I suppose, as long as I live. Splendid country, these MacDonnell Ranges. I have never seen anything elsewhere to equal it. After that hard trip the horses were mud fat in a few weeks. You could grow anything there. If Tom Price had only let the proposed railway go through, that part of Australia would have been settled and prosperous years ago.' Mr. Bull has strong feelings about the treatment of the Australian aborigines. He believes that if they had had their rights they might have helped in the development of the Northern Territory. 'It was their country. We took it, and now we can't work it. They would have done splendidly with cattle, with proper oversight,' he added. Proceeding, Mr. Bull told several stories illustrative of the powers of blacks, especially in tracking, and maintained that if fairly and firmly treated he had always found them straight in their dealings. 'I don't see why blacks have no rights, and I'll stick to that as long as I live,' he said. Although his sight is not good, Mr. Bull is remarkably young looking for his age. He holds himself well, and his face is fresh-coloured and wonderfully little lined. His sisters— Misses Lucy and Fanny Bull— are also interesting to talk to. They were much missed by their friends when they left Plypmton. By-the-way, one of Mr. Bull's earlier memories is moving from Glen Osmond to Yatala on 'Black Thursday' in March, 1850. 'I had to feel my way by hand over the Hindmarsh Bridge,' he said, 'and the poor little girls crying for water, and none to be found. My other brothers came after us with the furniture on a bullock dray. You could not see your hand before your face!' On 31 March 1923.3

     James Osmond Bull, son of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, died on Sunday, 24 February 1924, in Rose Park, South Australia, Australia,"BULL. — On the 24th February, at Preseott Terrace, Rose Park, James Osmond, third son of the late J. W. Bull, and beloved brother of Lucy and Fanny Bull, aged 84 years."4

     He was buried in North Road Anglican Cemetery, Adelaide in March 1924.5
     His Gravestone Inscriptionshows -
     / + / - Brother - / James Osmond Bull / 1839 - 1924 / . . . . / Peace Perfect Peace / . . . . /.

     Obituary was printed on 1 March 1924
     James Osmond Bull, a colonist of 84 years, died at his residence, Prescott Terrace, Rose Park, yesterday. He was the third son of Mr. J. W. Bull, and was , born at Halifax-street, Adelaide, on March. 31, 1838, and baptised 12 months later by the first colonial chaplain (Rev. G. B. Howard), at Trinity Church, North Terrace. His father, who "man of Kent", shortly after his arrival from England was appointed agent in South Australia for Mr. Ewens, a prominent stock breeder in Sydney, and it was on Bulls Creek that he used to run the cattle which came overland from New South Wales before sending them to the market. When Mr Bull gave up Bull's Creek he erected stockyards on South Terrace near to St. John's Church, but subsequently started farming at Balhannah. Finding it did not pay he returned to Adelaide and found employment at Mr. Osmond Gilles' place at Glen Osmond. Mr. J. W. Bull then went with his family to a property in the neighborhood of the Half-Way House, on the Port Road, known at that time as McFayden's. Then the Victorian diggings began and his father went to Ballarat, but misfortune pursued him, and having returned to South Australia, he took charge of Mr. Osmond Gilles' property at Glen Osmond. On leaving his father Mr. J. O. Bull took up droving, and in 1872 went with Mr. Ern. Bagot and Mr. J. Hart to the McDonnell Ranges with cattle. He underwent many hardships, and on one occasion, during a dry stage of 90 miles, was not out of the saddle for three nights and two days. Then his horse fell and rolled upon him twice, with the result that he was laid up for two years, being utterly unable to do anything. He subsequently spent some time in the Northern Territory, and returned suffering from fever and ague, after which he went to Cuthero, Messrs. Pile Brothers' station, on the Darling. There he remained until he retired from active life, and he had since lived with his two sisters, Misses Lucy and Fanny Bull, first at Plympton, and more recently at Rose Park.6

     THE LATE MR. J. 0. BULL.
From THOMAS NEILL.-
     It is now several years since I made the acquaintance of the late Mr. J. O. Bull, whom I often met at Glenelg on Commemoration Day, but I missed his presence on the last occasion. I was sorry to see by The Register that he had passed away last Sunday. I recognised his portrait, a good one, at first sight. Permit me to correct two mistakes in reference to the deceased gentleman appearing in Monday's Register. First, he was not a 'brother' but a son of the late Mr. John Wrathall Bull, whom I well remember, and whose book, 'Early Experiences of Life in South Australia' I have. Secondly, he could not possibly have been born in Halifax Street, Adelaide, on March 31, 1838, as his parents arrived here by the ship 'Canton' on April 30 of that year, as stated by Mr J. W. Bull in his book on page 50. Other authorities give the date as May 2. Besides, for many years back, the name of the late J. 0. Bull, has appeared on the rollcall of pioneers, as a native of 1839. Mr. Bull was one of a trio of old bushmen, whose acquaintance I made at Glenelg. The others were Messrs. C. B. Powell, and Robert Douglas, who were present last December 23, at the Mayoral luncheon.?5
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  1. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( The South Australian Chronicle, Adelaide 26 February 1870, page 14 ).
  2. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( The Register, Adelaide 5 April 1919, page 11 ).
  3. [S1039] Date & Place details extracted from the Newspapers held by the British Library Newspapers. (1710 - 1965) South Australian Register (Adelaide) page 9.
  4. [S456] "Personal Research of Lorne Campbell.", between 1980 and 2001.
  5. [S1039] Date & Place details extracted from the Newspapers held by the British Library Newspapers. (1710 - 1965) South Australian Register (Adelaide) page 12.
  6. [S1039] Date & Place details extracted from the Newspapers held by the British Library Newspapers. (1710 - 1965) Chronicle, Adelaide page 57.

Charles William Bull

ID# 2666, born 26 December 1840, died 2 May 1843
Father*John Wrathall Bull born 23 Jun. 1804, died 21 Sep. 1886
Mother*Mary Brant Bowyer born 1816, died 25 Feb. 1882
Relationship10th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Charles William Bull, son of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, was born in Adelaide, South Australia, on Saturday, 26 December 1840.1


     Charles William Bull, son of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, died on Tuesday, 2 May 1843, in Mt.Barker, South Australia, Australia.2
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  1. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.
  2. [S456] "Personal Research of Lorne Campbell.", between 1980 and 2001.

Mary Annie Bull

ID# 2667, born 26 July 1842, died 26 June 1906
Father*John Wrathall Bull born 23 Jun. 1804, died 21 Sep. 1886
Mother*Mary Brant Bowyer born 1816, died 25 Feb. 1882
Relationship10th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Mary Annie Bull, daughter of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, was born in Adelaide, South Australia, on Tuesday, 26 July 1842.


     Mary Annie Bull, daughter of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, was married to William Huddleston Nash, son of Alfred Nash, on Tuesday, 20 August 1878 at Norwood, South Australia, Australia.1,2
     

     Kelly Sullivan states that there were 4 children of this couple.2


     Mary Annie Bull, daughter of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, died on Tuesday, 26 June 1906, in St. Peters, Glen Osmond, South Australia, Australia.2

Family

William Huddleston Nash born 1847, died 1909
Children
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  1. [S1105] Date & Place details extracted from the "Australia Marriage Index, 1788 - 1949. 20 August 1878 Adelaide, South Australia Vol: 116, Page: 707. 
  2. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.

Lucy Lakin Bull

ID# 2668, born 30 September 1844, died 27 September 1939
Father*John Wrathall Bull born 23 Jun. 1804, died 21 Sep. 1886
Mother*Mary Brant Bowyer born 1816, died 25 Feb. 1882
Relationship10th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Lucy Lakin Bull, daughter of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, was born in Balhannah, South Australia, on Monday, 30 September 1844.


     In Their Nineties
     TWO old schoolmates over 90 years of age met on Wednesday (30 September 1936), when Miss Lucy Bull celebrated her ninety second birthday and the guests included Miss Miriam Weaver, who is 94 years of age. The meeting took place at an afternoon tea party given at King William Street, Kent Town, by Mrs. Frank Koch, who is a niece of Miss Bull. Many friends and relations attended to convey greetings to this grand old pioneer, who received many beautiful bouquets and presents. Her birthday cake was made by a great niece, Mrs. Jeffries, Miss Bull, who was born at Balhannah in 1844, is a daughter of John Wrathall Bull, who arrived in the Ship "Canton" in 1838. She received her education at Miss Taylor's boarding school on North Terrace. With her sister Fanny she opened a school at Palm Place. Hackney, and later transferred it to St. Peters, where her father died. For many years she was an enthusiastic worker for St. Bartholomews Church, and taught Sunday school there, in Canon Andrews' time. Miss Bull was one of the exhibitors in the first exhibition held in Adelaide and continued to exhibit in every exhibition until 1925. In 1865. with her sister Fanny, she won every award for wool crochet work. Miss. Bull still takes a keen interest in the affairs of the day, and is especially keen to see that her father's invention of the stripper receives the recognition it deserves. Miss Bull is now living in retirement in Rose Park.1

     Lucy Lakin Bull, daughter of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, died on Wednesday, 27 September 1939, in Adelaide, South Australia. Lucy Lakin Bull never married.2
     OBITUARY
          Within three days of the ninety-fifth anniversary of her birth. Miss Lucy Latkin Bull died in Adelaide on September 27 1939. Miss Bull, who was the last member of the family of John Wrathall Bull, who claimed to have been the inventor of the first reaping machine used in South Australia, was prominent in historical and church organisations. Miss Bull was looking forward to being a special guest at the Balhannah Centenary celebrations shortly, for she was born there. Throughout her life she was a strong advocate of the claims of her father, that he, and not John Rid ley, was the inventor of the reaping machine. Miss Bull had a busy career. She was educated at Miss Taylor's boarding school on North Terrace and later joined her sister in the establishment of a school at Hackney. Miss Bull was a keen worker for St. Bartholomew's Church, Norwood. An exhibitor at the first exhibition held in Adelaide, Miss Bull continued to take prizes in the handicraft sections until 1925. In 1865, with her sister Fanny, she won every award for wool crochet work.3
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  1. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( The Mail, Adelaide. 3 October 1936, "Diana's Notebook", page 18 ).
  2. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.
  3. [S1] Personal Research of Martin F.Jackson between 1980 and 2021.      ( The Advertiser, Adelaide 7 October 1939, page 12 ).

Elizabeth Jane Bull

ID# 2669, born 19 January 1847, died 16 January 1848
Father*John Wrathall Bull born 23 Jun. 1804, died 21 Sep. 1886
Mother*Mary Brant Bowyer born 1816, died 25 Feb. 1882
Relationship10th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Elizabeth Jane Bull, daughter of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, was born in South Australia on Tuesday, 19 January 1847.


     Elizabeth Jane Bull, daughter of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, died on Sunday, 16 January 1848, in Australia.1
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  1. [S456] "Personal Research of Lorne Campbell.", between 1980 and 2001.

George Bull

ID# 2670, born 13 September 1848, died 11 December 1849
Father*John Wrathall Bull born 23 Jun. 1804, died 21 Sep. 1886
Mother*Mary Brant Bowyer born 1816, died 25 Feb. 1882
Relationship10th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     George Bull, son of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, was born in South Australia on Wednesday, 13 September 1848.


     George Bull, son of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, died on Tuesday, 11 December 1849, in Glen Osmond, South Australia, Australia.1
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  1. [S456] "Personal Research of Lorne Campbell.", between 1980 and 2001.

Fanny Yatala Bull

ID# 2671, born 3 April 1851, died 27 August 1929
Father*John Wrathall Bull born 23 Jun. 1804, died 21 Sep. 1886
Mother*Mary Brant Bowyer born 1816, died 25 Feb. 1882
Relationship10th great-granddaughter of my Top of Tree Bull
     Fanny Yatala Bull, daughter of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, was born in Yatala, South Australia, on Thursday, 3 April 1851.


     Fanny Yatala Bull was ' The J. W. Bull Family THE announcement of the death; of. Fanny Bull, youngest daughter.of the late J. . W. Bull/ will revive memories to old, colonists. J. W. Bull was a picturesque pioneer.

     Fanny Yatala Bull, daughter of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, died on Tuesday, 27 August 1929, in Rose Park, Adelaide, South Australia.1 Fanny Yatala Bull never married.2
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  1. [S456] "Personal Research of Lorne Campbell.", between 1980 and 2001.
  2. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.

William Huddleston Nash

ID# 2672, born 1847, died 1909
Father*Alfred Nash born say 1810
     William Huddleston Nash, son of Alfred Nash, was born in 1847.


     William Huddleston Nash, son of Alfred Nash, was married to Mary Annie Bull, daughter of John Wrathall Bull and Mary Brant Bowyer, on Tuesday, 20 August 1878 at Norwood, South Australia, Australia.1,2
     

     William Huddleston Nash, son of Alfred Nash, died in 1909.

     He was buried in 1909.

Family

Mary Annie Bull born 26 July 1842, died 26 June 1906
Children
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  1. [S1105] Date & Place details extracted from the "Australia Marriage Index, 1788 - 1949. 20 August 1878 Adelaide, South Australia Vol: 116, Page: 707. 
  2. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.

William Bull Nash

ID# 2673, born 25 June 1880, died 24 February 1881
Father*William Huddleston Nash born 1847, died 1909
Mother*Mary Annie Bull born 26 Jul. 1842, died 26 Jun. 1906
Relationship11th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     William Bull Nash, son of William Huddleston Nash and Mary Annie Bull, was born in Australia on Friday, 25 June 1880.


     William Bull Nash, son of William Huddleston Nash and Mary Annie Bull, died on Thursday, 24 February 1881, in Australia.1
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  1. [S7] "Personal Research of Kelly Sullivan", between 1980 and 2001.

Brant Huddleston Nash

ID# 2674, born 12 August 1883, died 1941
Father*William Huddleston Nash born 1847, died 1909
Mother*Mary Annie Bull born 26 Jul. 1842, died 26 Jun. 1906
Relationship11th great-grandson of my Top of Tree Bull
     Brant Huddleston Nash, son of William Huddleston Nash and Mary Annie Bull, was born on Sunday, 12 August 1883.


     Brant Huddleston Nash was married to about 1910.

     Brant Huddleston Nash, son of William Huddleston Nash and Mary Annie Bull, died in 1941.

     He was buried in 1941.
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ID# 2675, born around 1885
      was born around 1885.


      was married to Brant Huddleston Nash about 1910.
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