Turnbull Clan Genealogy Collection

Frederick Henry Turnbull

M, #3802, b. 29 July 1845, d. 27 December 1917
Last Edited27 April 2019

 

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Parents

FatherJohn Turnbull (b. 1813, d. 24 July 1859)
MotherRebecca Adcock (b. 1797, d. 24 April 1859)

BMDB Events

BirthFrederick Henry Turnbull was born on 29 July 1845 in Snug, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1,2,3,1,4
BaptismFrederick Henry Turnbull was baptized on 29 August 1845 at St Davids in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.5
MarriageFrederick Henry Turnbull and Georgina Jones were married on 16 December 1872 in Margate, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1,4
DeathFrederick Henry Turnbull died on 27 December 1917 at age 72 at 216 Campbell St. in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.6

Family: Georgina Jones (b. 9 June 1853, d. 27 April 1911)

DaughterRebecca Susan Turnbull+ (b. 25 March 1873, d. 1940)
SonFrederick John Turnbull+ (b. 14 January 1875)
SonThomas William Turnbull+ (b. 15 February 1877, d. 12 August 1940)
DaughterElizabeth Louisa Turnbull (b. 31 March 1879, d. 21 February 1889)
DaughterIsabella Adeline Turnbull+ (b. 12 August 1881, d. 16 December 1921)
SonJohn Thomas Turnbull (b. 3 May 1883, d. 30 July 1890)
DaughterLouisa Isabella Turnbull+ (b. 8 March 1885, d. about 1948)
SonJoseph Charles Turnbull+ (b. 23 May 1887, d. 7 July 1962)
SonWilliam Charles Turnbull+ (b. 12 December 1889, d. 26 April 1966)
SonWalter William Turnbull+ (b. 26 October 1891, d. 22 July 1940)
SonHenry Ernest Turnbull+ (b. 6 October 1893, d. 7 May 1965)
SonStanley George Turnbull+ (b. 29 November 1895, d. 12 July 1954)
SonLeslie Thomas Turnbull (b. 13 February 1898, d. 1914)

Other Life Events

OccupationOn 25 March 1873 Frederick Henry Turnbull was a Splitter in Kingston, Tasmania, AustraliaG.7
OccupationOn 12 August 1881 Frederick Henry Turnbull was a Splitter at Three Hut Point in Gordon, Tasmania, AustraliaG.8
AnecdoteTheir sons Ern, Joe & Stan inherited the property at Gordon. Ern was a bit of a bush lawyer and must have known a thing or two about life. He built a house on the old property & eventually planted an apple orchard. He later bought out Joe & Stan's share as they had no interest in the orchard. Stan went into the hotel business at Cygnet & Joe went to work at the hydro station at Queenstown. Frederick married Mary Agnes Brennan & had son Frederick Douglas born 19 Aug 1899 at Lyell.
The old homestead belonging to Frederick Snr. was just a few hundred yards from Ern's house. After it burnt down, Ern's children used to follow the plough as the soil was being turned, & find all sorts of things like broken crockery, coins & even a gold ring. The orchard was still producing in 1985, however it may now be subdivided for residential blocks (1998).
They were champion axemen - as attested to by the following obituary when Ern died in May 1965:
"The funeral in Hobart yesterday of Mr.Ernest Henry Turnbull of New Town, one of Tasmania's former champion sawyers & axement, was attended by many sporting personalities.Mr. Turnbull, formerly of Gordon, died in Hobart on Saturday aged 71. A member of a well known D'Entrecasteaux Channel milling family, Mr.Turnbull with his brothers William & the late Joseph & Stan, excelled at sawing & chopping. A great sawyer, he set a record by winning the single-handed championship at Ulverstone four years in succession from 1926-1929. With his brother Stan and later his son Geoff, he also won many double-handed sawing events in various parts of the State. In 1921 at the Geeveston Sports Club carnival, William won the 12", 15" & 18" chopping events, Joseph & Ernest the double-handed sawing, & Ernest the single-handed sawing.Mr.Turnbull also won many chipping events at sporting meetings in the South & North-West Coast. Born at Gordon, Mr.Turnbull conducted a sawmill in the Channel district until retiring about 3 years ago. He leaves a wife, two sons Geoff & Terence, & 3 daughters - Mesdames D.Moate (Moonah) C. Morrisby (Goodwood) & J. Hartley (NSW)"

In the Hobart MERCURY of Thursday 7.7.1966:
"CARNIVAL MAY BE HELD IN HONOUR OF TURNBULL BROTHERS:
The name of the famous Tasmanian family of axemen, the Turnbull brothers, may be perpetuated by a special carnival named in their honour during the 1966-67 season. The brothers Joe, Bill, Ernie & Stan were known throughout Australia for their brilliant chopping.Delegates at the annual meeting of the Association were told by the Secretary (Mr.A.P.O'Byrne) that if such a carnival were conducted more than 100 of Australia's best axemen would d compete. Mr.O'Byrne suggested that events should include 10" and 12" standing, 12" underhand, and a single-handed sawing contest in which the Turnbull brothers were adept.
Great Season: The carnival, if arranged, would be the biggest in the Southern Hemisphere. The winner of each of the four events might go to N.Z. for a fortnight. ..... The President, Mr.H.K.Fenton described the season as the best on record. The 2,000 chop at Bushy Park in January was the biggest in Tasmania & was sponsored by the State Government ....." The Turnbull girls, Elizabeth & Louise, went to the mainland & lived in Melbourne. Ern's daughter Rita as a girl wrote to another girl in Melbourne for years before she found out she was her cousin - her aunt Louise's daughter, who later came to visit them in Tasmania. Elizabeth was registered Turnbull at birth and was later burnt to death. Her death certificate states "Elizabeth Turnbull also known as Benbow."
Frederick Henry Turnbull, was born 29th July 1845 in Hobart. His birth certificate (in which he is unnamed has a later notation "Baptised St.David's - Frederick Henry") lists his father as John Turnbull (farmer) and his mother as Rebecca Jarvis. At his baptism when he was 2 months old the parents are listed as John (a boatman) & Rebecca Turnbull of North West Bay (Snug). He was only 14 when both Rebecca Jarvis & John Turnbull died in 1859 three months apart.
Turnbulls lived around the Middleton/Gordon orchard area and were still in residence in 1984 when we visited. As many as six related families live within a quarter of a mile radius. Frederick died 6 years later on 25th November 1917, aged 77, at the home of his daughter Isabella (married Holt) 216 Campbell St. Hobart, leaving 7 male children & 3 females still living. He is buried in Snug cemetery.1,4

Citations

  1. [S767] FTW File - John Turnbull
  2. [S768] FTW - George Jones
  3. [S772] FTW - Frederick H. Turnbull descendants
  4. [S775] FTM File from Lil Dillon
  5. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-278
  6. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File #T0369
  7. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-357
  8. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-374

Dorothy Constance Huhs

F, #3803, b. about 1897
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherChris Frederick Conrad Huhs
MotherAnn Potter (b. about 1866, d. about 1926)

BMDB Events

BirthDorothy Constance Huhs was born about 1897 in Rutherglen, Victoria, AustraliaG.1
MarriageElmer Benjamin Howells and Dorothy Constance Huhs were married about 1930. Vic., AUS.2

Other Life Events

NameDorothy Constance Huhs was also known as Dorothy Constance Howells.2

Citations

  1. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, B1897-, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.
  2. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, m1930-, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.

John Turnbull

M, #3804, b. 1813, d. 24 July 1859
Last Edited27 April 2019

 

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BirthJohn Turnbull was born in 1813 in Northumberland, EnglandG.1,2,1,3
RelationshipJohn Turnbull had a relationship with Rebecca Adcock in 1840.
DeathJohn Turnbull died on 24 July 1859 at age ~46 in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG. Accidentally killed by a piece of meat sticking in his throat.
A. B. Jones, Coroner, Hobart Town, Tas.1,2,1,3

Family 1:

SonFrederick Henry Turnbull+ (b. 29 July 1845, d. 27 December 1917)

Family 2: Rebecca Adcock (b. 1797, d. 24 April 1859)

Other Life Events

OccupationAbout 1840 John Turnbull was a Farmer in Snug River, Tasmania, AustraliaG.4
AnecdoteJohn Turnbull (Farmer) & Rebecca Jarvis the deserted wife of Wm. Jarvis, were listed as parents of Frederick Henry Turnbull in 1845 in Tasmania. As the birth was registered by Thos. Pierce "Inmate, Snug River" it was assumed this was a prison hospital. John was still with the Jervis family in 1853 when he was witness to the baptism of Rebecca's grandchild, William & Mary's daughter Louisa. If John Turnbull was a convict he may have been the 19 year old sailor from Newcastle born in 1819, who arrived aboard MOFFAT (2) 1 Apr. 1838 He had been tried for stealing from a shop & sentenced to 7 years at Durham on 3 Apr.1837 along with James Richardson who was also on board. His conduct record (CON33/36) recorded that on 7 Oct. 1839 he was with the Marine Department when he was charged with improper conduct. On 6 Aug 1840 he went absent without leave & received 25 lashes. In 1841 he stole a Govt. boat without leave at sunset & returned the following day. For this he received 6 months hard labour on the roads and was not to be employed in the Marine Dept. again. This could be where he became involved with the Jarvis family, as Wm.Jarvis to whom Rebecca was married was a member of the Royal Veterans Corps who were shipped to Australia to oversee convicts in such tasks as well as protect the population from bushrangers & escaped convicts. John was still with Rebecca in 1853 when he was witness to the baptism of Rebecca's grandchild, William & Mary's daughter Louisa.This John Turnbull was about the right age for the chap who choked in 1859 He was also a farme/boatman who died accidentally 24 July 1859 age 42.(46?) It was reported in the Mercury that he lived at Snug and was the owner of a small craft named "Cygnet" and was known by the nick name "Jackie Pudding". His death was caused by choking on a piece of meat during lunch at a Hobart hotel with a friend. Nothing has yet been found to connect him to Rebecca Jarvis or indeed Frederick Henry, except that he came from Snug which was a small country area south of Hobart and unlikely to have two people with the same name residing there.There are also stories of him having been sailor who went for the easy money of sealing in Bass Strait. Mollison refered to "Friendly Missions" edited by B. Plomley in which a sealer Turnbull or Thos. Turnbull was named. "19 Dec 1830 Mr. Parish found Turnbull marooned on Penguin Island with 5 women, had been living with these wretched men (sealers) 12 months and had 24 skins - had been in a Merchants Counting House. Walyer had plotted to kill Turnbull, as the other sealers were away on Clarks Island Reef. Turnbull is cousin to Mr. Anstey's wife (TheMagistrate)." Whether this is our Turnbull, or a relative is yet to be discovered.1,3

Citations

  1. [S767] FTW File - John Turnbull
  2. [S768] FTW - George Jones
  3. [S775] FTM File from Lil Dillon
  4. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-278

Rebecca Adcock

F, #3805, b. 1797, d. 24 April 1859
Last Edited27 April 2019

 

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BirthRebecca Adcock was born in 1797 in Staffordshire, EnglandG.1,2,1,3
MarriageWilliam Jarvis and Rebecca Adcock were married on 4 November 1822 at St. Mary's Church in Nottinghamshire, EnglandG.3
RelationshipRebecca Adcock had a relationship with John Turnbull in 1840.
DeathRebecca Adcock died on 24 April 1859 at age ~62 in Snug, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1,2,1,3

Family 1: William Jarvis (b. about 1785, d. 16 August 1867)

DaughterLouisa Jarvis (b. 18 September 1829)
SonHenry (William) Jarvis+ (b. 6 October 1831, d. 2 March 1902)

Family 2: William Benbow (b. 1785, d. 27 March 1843)

SonThomas Benbow+ (b. 4 January 1833, d. 16 July 1889)
DaughterSarah Benbow (b. 6 January 1835)
SonJoseph Benbow+ (b. 29 April 1837, d. 8 April 1917)
SonCharles Benbow (b. 19 January 1839, d. 10 March 1855)
SonSarsfield Benbow+ (b. 2 October 1841)

Family 3: John Turnbull (b. 1813, d. 24 July 1859)

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Name-MarriedAs of 4 November 1822, Rebecca Adcock's married name was Rebecca Jarvis.3
AnecdoteJohn Turnbull (Farmer) & Rebecca Jarvis the deserted wife of Wm. Jarvis, were listed as parents of Frederick Henry Turnbull in 1845 in Tasmania. As the birth was registered by Thos. Pierce "Inmate, Snug River" it was assumed this was a prison hospital. John was still with the Jervis family in 1853 when he was witness to the baptism of Rebecca's grandchild, William & Mary's daughter Louisa. If John Turnbull was a convict he may have been the 19 year old sailor from Newcastle born in 1819, who arrived aboard MOFFAT (2) 1 Apr. 1838 He had been tried for stealing from a shop & sentenced to 7 years at Durham on 3 Apr.1837 along with James Richardson who was also on board. His conduct record (CON33/36) recorded that on 7 Oct. 1839 he was with the Marine Department when he was charged with improper conduct. On 6 Aug 1840 he went absent without leave & received 25 lashes. In 1841 he stole a Govt. boat without leave at sunset & returned the following day. For this he received 6 months hard labour on the roads and was not to be employed in the Marine Dept. again. This could be where he became involved with the Jarvis family, as Wm.Jarvis to whom Rebecca was married was a member of the Royal Veterans Corps who were shipped to Australia to oversee convicts in such tasks as well as protect the population from bushrangers & escaped convicts. John was still with Rebecca in 1853 when he was witness to the baptism of Rebecca's grandchild, William & Mary's daughter Louisa.This John Turnbull was about the right age for the chap who choked in 1859 He was also a farme/boatman who died accidentally 24 July 1859 age 42.(46?) It was reported in the Mercury that he lived at Snug and was the owner of a small craft named "Cygnet" and was known by the nick name "Jackie Pudding". His death was caused by choking on a piece of meat during lunch at a Hobart hotel with a friend. Nothing has yet been found to connect him to Rebecca Jarvis or indeed Frederick Henry, except that he came from Snug which was a small country area south of Hobart and unlikely to have two people with the same name residing there.There are also stories of him having been sailor who went for the easy money of sealing in Bass Strait. Mollison refered to "Friendly Missions" edited by B. Plomley in which a sealer Turnbull or Thos. Turnbull was named. "19 Dec 1830 Mr. Parish found Turnbull marooned on Penguin Island with 5 women, had been living with these wretched men (sealers) 12 months and had 24 skins - had been in a Merchants Counting House. Walyer had plotted to kill Turnbull, as the other sealers were away on Clarks Island Reef. Turnbull is cousin to Mr. Anstey's wife (TheMagistrate)." Whether this is our Turnbull, or a relative is yet to be discovered.1,3
AnecdoteWm.Jarvis & Rebecca Adcock were married in St. Mary's Church, Nottinghamshire on 4 Nov. 1822. They sailed on the John Barry to Australia, when William enlisted in the Royal Veterans Corps. They had 2 children Louisa & Henry (maybe William.) William Snr. left Tasmania around 1835 and went to NSW. Around 1832 Rebecca entered into a de facto relationship with William Benbow, and ex convict, and had 5 more children. They purchased and sold parcels of land around Hobart during the period 1831 to 1836. Wm. Benbow drowned on 27 March 1843, the inquest being held the next day at Rebecca's house.
After his death, Rebecca took up with John Turnbull, a sealer. Their son Fdk. Henry Turnbull was born 29th July 1845 His birth certificate (in which he is unnamed, has a later notation later stating "Baptised St.David's - Frederick Henry") lists his father as John Turnbull (farmer) and his mother as Rebecca Jarvis - Wm's wife would have been 48 years old. At his baptism when he was 2 months old the parents are listed as John (a boatman) & Rebecca Turnbull of North West Bay (Snug) Thos Pierce (Inmate, Snug River) was informant of Fdrk Turnbull's birth. A convict named Thos. Pierce was 46 when tried in 1830. As clerk to Edward Messiter Dyne solicitor, he was witness for Rebecca Jarvis to a land transaction of 30 acres in Kingborough on Snug Rivulet on 7 Dec 1837. The land was purchased from J. Waugh, formerly a private in the NSW Battaslion. Two earlier conveyances by Rebecca were both in 1834, the first in Warwick Street Hobart Town where she paid 60 to John Brentnall for an allotment, and the second Rebecca sold an allotment in Salisbury St in Hobart Town to S. Martin. There was no mention of William Jarvis in any of these transactions.
Rebecca Jarvis was "a farmer's wife" when she died on 24 April 1859, age 62. Cause of death was "brain damage sustained through falling downstairs whilst under the influence of liquor causing compression of the Brain by rupture of Blood vessel". She was buried at Snug Cemetery with her son William (Henry?) & his wife Mary, and next to Thomas Benbow's daughter Caroline. Her grave has now completely fallen over.1,3

Citations

  1. [S767] FTW File - John Turnbull
  2. [S768] FTW - George Jones
  3. [S775] FTM File from Lil Dillon

John Thomas Turnbull

M, #3806, b. 14 August 1850, d. 27 October 1850
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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BMDB Events

BirthJohn Thomas Turnbull was born on 14 August 1850 at Argyle St. in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1
BaptismJohn Thomas Turnbull was baptized on 3 October 1850 at Argyle St. in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.2
DeathJohn Thomas Turnbull died on 27 October 1850 at age 0 in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG. Ten weeks of age3

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-278
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-279
  3. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-434

John Turnbull

M, #3807
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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MarriageJohn Turnbull and Mary Ann Mooney were married.1

Family: Mary Ann Mooney

SonJohn Thomas Turnbull (b. 14 August 1850, d. 27 October 1850)
SonJoseph Robert Turnbull (b. 28 June 1854, d. about 1857)
DaughterRosanna Turnbull (b. about 1857, d. about 1857)
DaughterCharlotte E. Turnbull (b. about 1858, d. about 1859)
SonAlfred Charles Turnbull (b. about 1860, d. about 1949)
DaughterMary Ann Turnbull+ (b. about 1863)
SonJohn Francis Turnbull (b. about 1865, d. about 1867)

Other Life Events

OccupationOn 14 August 1850 John Turnbull was a Mariner in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-279

Mary Ann Mooney

F, #3808
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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BMDB Events

MarriageJohn Turnbull and Mary Ann Mooney were married.1

Family: John Turnbull

SonJohn Thomas Turnbull (b. 14 August 1850, d. 27 October 1850)
SonJoseph Robert Turnbull (b. 28 June 1854, d. about 1857)
DaughterRosanna Turnbull (b. about 1857, d. about 1857)
DaughterCharlotte E. Turnbull (b. about 1858, d. about 1859)
SonAlfred Charles Turnbull (b. about 1860, d. about 1949)
DaughterMary Ann Turnbull+ (b. about 1863)
SonJohn Francis Turnbull (b. about 1865, d. about 1867)

Other Life Events

NameMary Ann Mooney was also known as Mary Ann Turnbull.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-279

Joseph Robert Turnbull

M, #3809, b. 28 June 1854, d. about 1857
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

BMDB Events

BirthJoseph Robert Turnbull was born on 28 June 1854 at Argyle St. in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1
BaptismJoseph Robert Turnbull was baptized on 30 June 1854 at Argyle St. in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1
DeathJoseph Robert Turnbull died about 1857 in Victoria, AustraliaG.2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-280
  2. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, D1857-07131, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.

John Turnbull

M, #3810, b. 8 February 1855
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherJohn Turnbull (b. before 1832)
MotherMary Catherine Atkinson (b. before 1832)

BMDB Events

BirthJohn Turnbull was born on 8 February 1855 at Elizabeth St. in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1
BaptismJohn Turnbull was baptized on 17 April 1855 at Elizabeth St. in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-281

John Turnbull

M, #3811, b. before 1832
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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BMDB Events

BirthJohn Turnbull was born before 1832.1
MarriageJohn Turnbull and Mary Catherine Atkinson were married on 4 August 1853. House of John Turnbull, New Norfolk, Tas2,1

Family: Mary Catherine Atkinson (b. before 1832)

SonJohn Turnbull (b. 8 February 1855)
DaughterEdith Lilly Turnbull (b. about 1859)

Other Life Events

OccupationOn 17 April 1855 John Turnbull was a Woolen Draper in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-300
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-281

Mary Catherine Atkinson

F, #3812, b. before 1832
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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BMDB Events

BirthMary Catherine Atkinson was born before 1832.1
MarriageJohn Turnbull and Mary Catherine Atkinson were married on 4 August 1853. House of John Turnbull, New Norfolk, Tas2,1

Family: John Turnbull (b. before 1832)

SonJohn Turnbull (b. 8 February 1855)
DaughterEdith Lilly Turnbull (b. about 1859)

Other Life Events

NameMary Catherine Atkinson was also known as Mary Catherine Turnbull.2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-300
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-281

John Ward Mercia Neptune Turnbull

M, #3813, b. 13 January 1857, d. 16 August 1941
Last Edited23 December 2017

 

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Parents

FatherJohn Turnbull (b. 1825, d. 13 October 1898)
MotherElizabeth Abette Riddell (b. about 1826, d. 1 October 1890)

BMDB Events

BirthJohn Ward Mercia Neptune Turnbull was born on 13 January 1857 in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1
BaptismJohn Ward Mercia Neptune Turnbull was baptized on 26 March 1857 in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.
MarriageJohn Ward Mercia Neptune Turnbull and Sarah Ann Martha Cleave were married on 28 September 1881 at St John Church of England in Ross, Tasmania, AustraliaG.2,3,4
MarriageJohn Ward Mercia Neptune Turnbull and Ellen were married on 22 August 1891 at Res. of John Lyle in Launceston, Tasmania, AustraliaG.5
DeathJohn Ward Mercia Neptune Turnbull died on 16 August 1941 at age 84 at Bur at Meadowbank in Campbell Town, Tasmania, AustraliaG.

Family 1: Sarah Ann Martha Cleave (b. 11 July 1863, d. 26 August 1890)

SonArthur John Turnbull+ (b. 26 September 1882, d. 1954)
SonWilliam Robert Turnbull+ (b. 21 January 1885)
SonAlbert Ernest Turnbull (b. 7 April 1888, d. 22 January 1889)
SonHorace Turnbull (b. 9 July 1889)
SonCharles Bertie Turnbull (b. 31 August 1894)

Family 2: Ellen

Other Life Events

NoteJohn Ward Mercia Neptune Turnbull. Informant: P. Kinyon, Surgeon to the Ship "Mercia"
OccupationOn 26 September 1882 John Ward Mercia Neptune Turnbull was a Labourer in Campbell Town, Tasmania, AustraliaG.6

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-281
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-376
  3. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-470
  4. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-518
  5. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-522
  6. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-379

Iris Penelope Huhs

F, #3814, b. about 1899
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherChris Frederick Conrad Huhs
MotherAnn Potter (b. about 1866, d. about 1926)

BMDB Events

BirthIris Penelope Huhs was born about 1899 in Rutherglen, Victoria, AustraliaG.1

Citations

  1. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, B1899-, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.

John Turnbull

M, #3815, b. 1825, d. 13 October 1898
Last Edited23 December 2017

 

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BMDB Events

BirthJohn Turnbull was born in 1825 in ScotlandG.1,2
MarriageJohn Turnbull and Elizabeth Abette Riddell were married about 1849.3
DeathJohn Turnbull died on 13 October 1898 at age ~73 in Oatlands, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1,2

Family: Elizabeth Abette Riddell (b. about 1826, d. 1 October 1890)

SonRobert Turnbull+ (b. 23 November 1849)
DaughterMargaret Turnbull (b. 1 January 1852)
SonWilliam Turnbull (b. 3 October 1854)
SonJohn Ward Mercia Neptune Turnbull+ (b. 13 January 1857, d. 16 August 1941)
DaughterHarriett Fryeth Agnes Turnbull+ (b. 7 July 1859)
DaughterHelen Turnbull (b. 3 November 1862)
SonWalter Turnbull (b. 20 June 1865)
SonThomas Turnbull (b. 5 February 1871)

Other Life Events

OccupationOn 26 March 1857 John Turnbull was a Shepherd in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG.3
OccupationOn 7 July 1859 John Turnbull was a Labourer in Campbell Town, Tasmania, AustraliaG.4
OccupationOn 5 February 1871 John Turnbull was a Farmer at Fingal in St Marys, Tasmania, AustraliaG.5

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-471
  2. [S2132] FamilySearch, "Australia, Tasmania, Civil Registration, 1803-1933," database with images; https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:Q279-97VC, Name John Turnbull Event Type Death Event Date 13 Oct 1898 Event Place Oatlands, Tasmania, Australia Registration Date 1898 Gender Male Age 73 Birth Year (Estimated) 1825.
  3. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-282
  4. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-324
  5. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-355

Elizabeth Abette Riddell

F, #3816, b. about 1826, d. 1 October 1890
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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BMDB Events

BirthElizabeth Abette Riddell was born about 1826.1
MarriageJohn Turnbull and Elizabeth Abette Riddell were married about 1849.2
DeathElizabeth Abette Riddell died on 1 October 1890 in Oatlands, Tasmania, AustraliaG.3

Family: John Turnbull (b. 1825, d. 13 October 1898)

SonRobert Turnbull+ (b. 23 November 1849)
DaughterMargaret Turnbull (b. 1 January 1852)
SonWilliam Turnbull (b. 3 October 1854)
SonJohn Ward Mercia Neptune Turnbull+ (b. 13 January 1857, d. 16 August 1941)
DaughterHarriett Fryeth Agnes Turnbull+ (b. 7 July 1859)
DaughterHelen Turnbull (b. 3 November 1862)
SonWalter Turnbull (b. 20 June 1865)
SonThomas Turnbull (b. 5 February 1871)

Other Life Events

NameAs of about 1849, Elizabeth Abette Riddell was also known as Elizabeth Abette Turnbull.2
IllnessElizabeth Abette Riddell was ill on 1 October 1890. Abdominal Anuerism3

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-336
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-282
  3. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-471

Thomas Trumble

M, #3818, b. about 1773
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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BirthThomas Trumble was born about 1773.1
MarriageThomas Trumble and Martha Harrison were married on 8 December 1823. By Banns, Parish of St Davids, Hobart, Tas1

Family: Martha Harrison (b. about 1773)

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NameThomas Trumble was also known as Thomas Trimble.
ImmigrationThomas Trumble immigrated to Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaG. a Convict. arriving on the "Guildford 2"1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-284

Martha Harrison

F, #3819, b. about 1773
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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BirthMartha Harrison was born about 1773.1
MarriageThomas Trumble and Martha Harrison were married on 8 December 1823. By Banns, Parish of St Davids, Hobart, Tas1

Family: Thomas Trumble (b. about 1773)

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NameMartha Harrison was also known as Martha Trumble.1
EmigrationMartha Harrison emigrated. Convict. "Morley"1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-284

James Turnbull

M, #3822, b. about 1794, d. 8 August 1869
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BirthJames Turnbull was born about 1794.1
MarriageJames Turnbull and Ann Read were married on 23 March 1831. By Licence, New Norfolk, Co. of Buckingham, Tas1
DeathJames Turnbull died on 8 August 1869 in New Norfolk, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1,2

Family: Ann Read (b. about 1801, d. 29 December 1873)

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EmigrationJames Turnbull emigrated on 10 September 1822. arrived in Tasmania2
OccupationAbout 1828 James Turnbull was Superintendant of Works & Storekeeper in New Norfolk, Tasmania, AustraliaG.2
ResidenceJames Turnbull lived at Parish of New Norfolk in Tasmania, AustraliaG, on 23 March 1831.1
IllnessJames Turnbull was ill on 8 August 1869. Natural Decay3

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-285
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-594
  3. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-455

Ann Read

F, #3823, b. about 1801, d. 29 December 1873
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BirthAnn Read was born about 1801.1
MarriageJames Turnbull and Ann Read were married on 23 March 1831. By Licence, New Norfolk, Co. of Buckingham, Tas1
DeathAnn Read died on 29 December 1873 in New Norfolk, Tasmania, AustraliaG.1,2

Family: James Turnbull (b. about 1794, d. 8 August 1869)

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NameAnn Read was also known as Ann Turnbull.1
ResidenceAnn Read lived at Parish of New Norfolk in Tasmania, AustraliaG, on 23 March 1831.1
IllnessAnn Read was ill on 29 December 1873. Cancer2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-285
  2. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), NB7-458

Elmer Benjamin Howells

M, #3825
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MarriageElmer Benjamin Howells and Dorothy Constance Huhs were married about 1930. Vic., AUS.1

Family: Dorothy Constance Huhs (b. about 1897)

Citations

  1. [S6] BMD Victoria, Australia, m1930-, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj.