Turnbull Clan Genealogy Collection

Elizabeth Turnbull

F, #28801
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MarriageChristian Marsen and Elizabeth Turnbull were married about 1854. Presbyterian Church, Ipswich, Qld.1

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NameElizabeth Turnbull was also known as Elizabeth Marsen.1

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  1. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1854-880-81, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Christian Marsen

M, #28803
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MarriageChristian Marsen and Elizabeth Turnbull were married about 1854. Presbyterian Church, Ipswich, Qld.1

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NameChristian Marsen was also known as Christian Mossan.

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  1. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1854-880-81, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

James Murphy

M, #28804
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MarriageJames Murphy and Elizabeth Turnbull were married in 1861 in Armidale, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1

Family: Elizabeth Turnbull (b. 1 April 1844)

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  1. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1861-01200, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Dr. Lawrence Hynes Halloran

M, #28805, b. 29 December 1765, d. 7 March 1831
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Laurence Haynes Holloran(1765 - 1831)

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BirthDr. Lawrence Hynes Halloran was born on 29 December 1765 at Ratoath in Meath, IrelandG.1
MarriageDr. Lawrence Hynes Halloran and Mary Boutcher were married about 1785.
MarriageDr. Lawrence Hynes Halloran and Elizabeth Forrester Turnbull were married on 23 August 1824 at St Phillips Church of England in Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG. In 1824, Elizabeth and Robert are approached by Laurence Halloran who is looking for someone to take proper care of his numerous children. In his 'Memoriam' to the Governor seeking permission to marry, Laurence (to paraphrase) states he doesn't want to advertise for a career for the children as he would not find anyone who was likely to satisfy his standards for his family. He therefore has "elected a young person." He describes Elizabeth Forrester Turnbull as a girl well versed in the running of an economical home having been instructed by her Mother, a respectable and prudent woman. He stated that he knew the Turnbull family in England.
Robert and Elizabeth gave their consent to the marriage in a certified letter to the Governor dated 26th of June 1824. We .. "do sincerely give our full and free consent for the marriage of our daughter Elizabeth Forester, with Dr. Lawrence (sic) Halloran of Sydney, in compliance with his solicitations to us, and of him, and our said daughter's desire and voluntary acceptance of him." The letter is signed by both parents, the address being given as Burwood.1,2
DeathDr. Lawrence Hynes Halloran died on 7 March 1831 at age 65 in Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaG.

Family 1: Mary Boutcher

SonLaurence Boutcher Halloran (b. 1785)
DaughterMary Halloran (b. 1786)
DaughterTeresa Halloran (b. 1788)
SonJoseph Halloran (b. 1789)
SonJoseph Gregory Halloran (b. 1791)
SonHenry Alexander Halloran (b. 1793)

Family 2: Lydia Ann Hall

SonLaurence Henry Halloran (b. about 1802)
DaughterLaura Ann Halloran (b. 1804)
SonLaurence Henry Halloran (b. 1807, d. 1854)
DaughterCharlotte Maria Halloran (b. 1809)
SonHenry Halloran (b. 6 April 1811, d. 19 May 1893)
SonArthur Edward Halloran (b. 1813)
DaughterEleanor Ann Halloran (b. about 1814)
DaughterLydia Ann Halloran (b. about 1816)
SonWilliam C. G. Halloran (b. about 1817)
DaughterCatherine Halloran (b. 1819)
SonFrancis Simon Halloran (b. 1822, d. 1825)
DaughterHalloran (b. about 1823)

Family 3: Elizabeth Forrester Turnbull (b. 14 August 1808, d. 17 January 1854)

SonRobert John Turnbull Halloran+ (b. 29 August 1825, d. 19 September 1892)
DaughterElizabeth Frances Halloran+ (b. 12 September 1827, d. 28 February 1869)
SonLorenzo Hynes Halloran (b. about 1829)

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AnecdoteBorn 1765 in Ratoath, County Meath Ireland. His father was a planter in the West Indies, also called Laurence, his mother was Eleanor Hynes who was supposedly descended from landed gentry.
Orphaned at an early age, he was put into the care of his uncle Judge William Gregory and educated at Christ's Hospital School in London from 1774 to 1781.
Laurence enlisted in the Royal Navy and lectured in mathematics and navigation. His career here was cut short after an incidence in 1783 when he stabbed a fellow Midshipman who later died.
He was acquitted of murder and settled in Exeter where he opened a school, later called The Alphington Academy.
He married Mary Boutcher of Devon, in 1784. They produced 6 children between 1785 and 1793.
They were, Laurence Boutcher Halloran, Mary, Teresa, Joseph, Joseph Gregory and Henry Alexander. He also found time to write and publish a volume or two of poetry.
Although Laurence had been a professed Catholic, in 1793 he re-canted and joined the Anglican Church, desirous of becoming an ordained Minister of that Church. His efforts were in vain and in 1796 he became insolvent. At about this time, he is separated from his wife and family but I haven't found how this came about.
In 1802, he begins a relationship with Lydia Ann Hall (possibly a niece / cousin) and their first child, Laurence Henry Halloran is born at The Hague in the Netherlands. They returned to England circa 1804 and lived in several counties.
At some time in the next two years, Laurence again joins the Royal Navy and his name appears on the Roll Call of Officers taking part in the Battle of Trafalgar, October 1805. Laurence's name appears among the Officers of HMS Britannia, the Flag Ship of Rear Admiral William Carnegie, Earl of Northesk. His position is that of the Chaplin on board. Britannia was the oldest ship in the fleet and carried a total of 100 guns.
Laurence is posted as Chaplain to the Navy and Military Forces garrisoned at the Cape Town in 1807. He also held the position of Rector at a School there. Laurence and Lydia/Ann had three more children here.
Before long, Laurence incurred the wrath of his Commanding Officer, General Grev. When two Officers were charged with fighting a duel, he took their part and defended them, refusing to obey the orders for punishment against them. Because of his actions, Laurence was ordered to quit his post at Cape Town and go to the outpost at Sirnonstewrr as Chaplain. He refused and resigned his position as Chaplain. He felt wronged and wrote a satirical article about the Cape and its affairs. The Governor of the Cape prosecuted him and Laurence was convicted of defamatory libel, fined heavily and exiled from the Settlement.
In 1811, Laurence returned to England on the Frigate La Manche. He was 46 years old, destitute and ruined professionally. Going by the records of his children's births, he roamed from county to county trying to find employment as a Curate. He was sometimes successful.
In 1819, Catherine, the 10th child of Laurence and Lydia/Ann is born in London and Laurence goes on trial in the London Court. He is indicted on a charge of counterfeiting a ten penny Frank in the name of Sir William Garrow, for the purpose of accrediting himself as a Curate. He was found guilty and sentenced to be transported to the New South Wales Colony of Port Jackson for the term of 7 years.
THE AUSTRALIAN SAGA.
Laurence Hynes Halloran sailed from Sheerness in December 1818 on the ship 'Baring', but the Pilot ran the ship aground and it was taken to the dock at Chatham for repairs. The ship finally sailed for Australia in January 1819 and arrived in Port Jackson New South Wales the 25th June that year. By accounts, it wasn't a trouble free voyage and Laurence took exception to the way he was treated and by the fact that scurvy had broken out among the convicts.
On landing, Laurence began a barrage of complaint against Captain Lamb of the "Baring" in letters to the Colonial Secretary and requested an investigation into Lamb's behavior. In July 1819, the bench of Magistrates found that the charges brought against Lamb by Halloran lito be malicious and groundless" Upon landing, Laurence was given a Ticket of leave by Governor Macquarie, which meant that he was allowed to seek his own employment. It would also give him a certain amount of freedom although he was still subject to rules and regulations applying to prisoners. He was employed by Mr. J.T. Campbell, but shortly after, his Ticket of Leave was cancelled. Poor Mr. Campbell was then in trouble for "allowing Laurence to be at large after his Ticket of Leave was cancelled."
In researching Laurence, I found there was evidence that he had the support of several notable people in Port Jackson. For example, Gov. Macquarie, John Macarthur, Simeon Lord and Thomas Brisbane were so taken with Laurence that they helped him to establish a School "for Classical, Mathematical and Commercial Education" ( aka Dr. Halloran's establishment for Liberal Education) which he opened in 1820, and which eventually came to be known as The Sydney Grammar School. Support was not unanimous though. When news of his exploits reached London, obstacles were put in his way by the English authorities, but the Governor continued his endorsement. Bigge, the special Commissioner assigned to examine the expanding Colony of NSW under the guardianship of Gov. Lachlan Macquarie (by Lord Bathurst, Minister responsible for matters in the Colonies) is recorded as saying that although Laurence displayed considerable ability "in instruction, he deplored the employment of such a man" Bigge did not agree with the Governor's way of incorporating convicts with skills of benefit to the colony within the general populous.
In 1822, Halloran was re-united with Lydia Ann and his family who arrived on the 'Providence' One more child was born, Francis Simon. Ann/Lydia died in Sydney 1824.
The name 'Laurence Halloran' was to regularly appear on the lists of correspondence to the Colonial Secretary as Laurence's quarrel some nature and flair for writing defamatory doggerel meant that he was often engaged in litigation which impoverished him and led to his being imprisoned for debt. His only income came from giving lectures to the general populous on such subjects as Theology. He wrote to several publications under the names of 'Aristophanes',' Lorenzo', 'Jack Vainspun', 'Quid Pro Quo', 'Harry Hornet', 'Humphry Banyan', 'A-Y-T-M' and' Philonauticus .. as well as variations of his own name.
In 1824, Laurence wrote to the Colonial Secretary, advising him of his intention to marry Miss Elizabeth Forrester Turnbull, daughter of Robert Turnbull whom Laurence had known in England. Elizabeth had also come to Port Jackson on the' Baring' with her mother Elizabeth nee Waring.
Because of the great difference in age .. Laurence was 54 and Elizabeth was 15 according to her birth certificate .... Robert Turnbull and wife Elizabeth gave their written approval for the marriage. Laurence and Elizabeth were married on 23rd August 1824 in St Phillip's Church of England Sydney. The Marriage certificate has Elizabeth as 21 years old.
Their first child, Robert John Turnbull Halloran was born in 1825. Their daughter, Elizabeth Francis Halloran was born in 1827.
In September 1825, Laurence applied for a Grant of land on which to build a permanent free (public) Grammar School with Laurence as Headmaster and his son Laurence Henry as undermaster, but Gov. Darling, who had succeeded Lachlan Macquarie and who had been briefed by the Colonial Office about Laurence's shady past, rejected his application and Laurence's plans came to nought. To make matters worse, he was again charged with libellous behaviour and his son charged with unseemly behaviour. He was jailed for debt.
He also gained his pardon .. .freed by servitude.
In 1827, Laurence founded the weekly newspaper 'The Gleaner" It was a favourite among the Emancipists,
being less anti Government than its competitors and should have done well, but another action for libel spelt
the end of that enterprise.
Laurence again wrote to the Governor seeking assistance to raise his large family, and for the sake of the children, Darling appointed him Coroner. This position didn't last. Laurence fell foul of Archdeacon Scott for unauthorised use of the official Church of England Service.
In the 1828 census, Laurence, 62yrs, is recorded as residing at Petersham and is a clerk. Elizabeth is 21 yrs. The children: Henry 18, Arthur E 16, Ellen (Eleanor) 14, Lydia Ann 12, William c.g.ll, Catherine 9,Robert John 3, Elizabeth Francis 14 months are living with the family, whereas Laura Ann 2Syrs (called 'Haloran' in the Census) is employed and resides with William Saunders in Kent Street. She is in Government employment.
Laurence re-opened his Private School. A second son, Lorenzo Hynes Halloran, was born in 1829.
In 1830, Laurence established a Memorial Office for the purpose of writing letters for people who may have had a grievance or an application to put before the Governor, but who did not have the education or the means to put together a reasonable correspondence.
Laurence Hynes Halloran died in 1831 in Petersham, in the parish of St. Philip's.
Elizabeth Forrester Halloran nee Turnbull married John William Bridges on the 6th September 1834 at Bathurst. She died in 1854.
Partners (fam)Dr. Lawrence Hynes Halloran was Partners about 1801.2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0005
  2. [S1906] Morna Kenworthy, Research: Adeline Mary Burman, to Brian Turnbull, 2011

Alexander John Goldie

M, #28806, d. about 1913
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MarriageAlexander John Goldie and Frances Rebecca Turnbull were married about 1872. Concord, NSW1
DeathAlexander John Goldie died about 1913 in St Leonards, New South Wales, AustraliaG.2

Family: Frances Rebecca Turnbull (b. about 1845, d. about 1926)

Citations

  1. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1872-01101, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, D1913-13081, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Frederick Turnbull

M, #28807, b. about 1859, d. 21 April 1931
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Parents

FatherWilliam Turnbull (b. about 1820)
MotherFanny M. Saddler

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BirthFrederick Turnbull was born about 1859 in Plymouth, Devonshire, EnglandG.1
MarriageFrederick Turnbull and Letitia Manning were married on 20 January 1883 at Cooks Hill in Newcastle, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1,2
DeathFrederick Turnbull died on 21 April 1931 at 12 Bourke St. in New Lambton, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1,3
BurialFrederick Turnbull was buried on 23 April 1931 at Sandgate Primitive Methodist Cemetery in Newcastle, New South Wales, AustraliaG.

Family: Letitia Manning (b. about 1864, d. 25 January 1945)

SonWilliam Saddler Turnbull+ (b. about 1884)
SonJohn Manning Turnbull+ (b. 1886)
SonVictor R. Turnbull (b. about 1888, d. about 1889)
SonFrederick Lionel Turnbull+ (b. about 1890, d. 28 May 1965)
SonSydney R. Turnbull (b. 1894, d. 1894)
SonLeslie Turnbull (b. about 1895, d. about 1895)
SonAlbert Stephen Turnbull (b. 1896)
DaughterRita M. Turnbull (b. about 1898, d. 27 July 1901)
DaughterMadge E. Turnbull (b. about 1902)
SonArnold Ivo Turnbull (b. about 1903)

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0212
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1883-06238, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  3. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, D1931-09797, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Letitia Manning

F, #28808, b. about 1864, d. 25 January 1945
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BirthLetitia Manning was born about 1864.1
MarriageFrederick Turnbull and Letitia Manning were married on 20 January 1883 at Cooks Hill in Newcastle, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1,2
DeathLetitia Manning died on 25 January 1945 in New Lambton, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1,3
BurialLetitia Manning was buried on 27 January 1945 at Sandgate Primitive Methodist Cemetery in Newcastle, New South Wales, AustraliaG.

Family: Frederick Turnbull (b. about 1859, d. 21 April 1931)

SonWilliam Saddler Turnbull+ (b. about 1884)
SonJohn Manning Turnbull+ (b. 1886)
SonVictor R. Turnbull (b. about 1888, d. about 1889)
SonFrederick Lionel Turnbull+ (b. about 1890, d. 28 May 1965)
SonSydney R. Turnbull (b. 1894, d. 1894)
SonLeslie Turnbull (b. about 1895, d. about 1895)
SonAlbert Stephen Turnbull (b. 1896)
DaughterRita M. Turnbull (b. about 1898, d. 27 July 1901)
DaughterMadge E. Turnbull (b. about 1902)
SonArnold Ivo Turnbull (b. about 1903)

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NameAs of 20 January 1883, Letitia Manning was also known as Letitia Turnbull.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0212
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1883-06238, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  3. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, D1945-03992, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

William Manning

M, #28809
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MarriageWilliam Manning and Rose Ann were married.1

Family: Rose Ann

DaughterLetitia Manning+ (b. about 1864, d. 25 January 1945)

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0212

Rose Ann

F, #28810
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MarriageWilliam Manning and Rose Ann were married.1

Family: William Manning

DaughterLetitia Manning+ (b. about 1864, d. 25 January 1945)

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NameRose Ann was also known as Rose Ann Manning.1

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0212

William Saddler Turnbull

M, #28811, b. about 1884
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Parents

FatherFrederick Turnbull (b. about 1859, d. 21 April 1931)
MotherLetitia Manning (b. about 1864, d. 25 January 1945)

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BirthWilliam Saddler Turnbull was born about 1884 in Morpeth, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1,2
MarriageWilliam Saddler Turnbull and Arabella Burns were married about 1916. Kurri Kurri, NSW3

Family: Arabella Burns

DaughterDulcie Florence Madgi. Turnbull
SonLeslie William Turnbull (b. about 1917, d. about 1937)

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0212
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, B1884-25196, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  3. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1916-14241, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

John Manning Turnbull

M, #28812, b. 1886
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FatherFrederick Turnbull (b. about 1859, d. 21 April 1931)
MotherLetitia Manning (b. about 1864, d. 25 January 1945)

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BirthJohn Manning Turnbull was born in 1886 in Morpeth, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1
MarriageJohn Manning Turnbull and Edith Maud Coxon were married in 1909 in Waratah, New South Wales, AustraliaG.2

Family: Edith Maud Coxon

DaughterDoris M. Turnbull (b. 1909)
DaughterMarjorie R. Turnbull (b. about 1910)
DaughterElsie Maud Turnbull (b. about 1912)
DaughterMildred Eliza Turnbull (b. about 1914)
SonWilliam F. Turnbull (b. about 1917)

Citations

  1. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, B1886-26889, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1909-02764, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Victor R. Turnbull

M, #28814, b. about 1888, d. about 1889
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Parents

FatherFrederick Turnbull (b. about 1859, d. 21 April 1931)
MotherLetitia Manning (b. about 1864, d. 25 January 1945)

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BirthVictor R. Turnbull was born about 1888 in Lambton, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1,2
DeathVictor R. Turnbull died about 1889 in Lambton, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1,3

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0212
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, B1888-33096, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  3. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, B1889-12985, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Frederick Lionel Turnbull

M, #28815, b. about 1890, d. 28 May 1965
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Parents

FatherFrederick Turnbull (b. about 1859, d. 21 April 1931)
MotherLetitia Manning (b. about 1864, d. 25 January 1945)

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BirthFrederick Lionel Turnbull was born about 1890 in Newcastle, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1
BaptismFrederick Lionel Turnbull was baptized about 1890.
MarriageFrederick Lionel Turnbull and Amelia J. Hughes were married about 1914. Narrabri, NSW2
DeathFrederick Lionel Turnbull died on 28 May 1965 in New Lambton, New South Wales, AustraliaG.3

Family: Amelia J. Hughes

DaughterJoyce L. Turnbull
SonFrederick M. Turnbull

Citations

  1. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, B1890-24158, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1914-17019, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  3. [S44] NSW Probate Index, Will 595486P

Sydney R. Turnbull

M, #28816, b. 1894, d. 1894
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Parents

FatherFrederick Turnbull (b. about 1859, d. 21 April 1931)
MotherLetitia Manning (b. about 1864, d. 25 January 1945)

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BirthSydney R. Turnbull was born in 1894 in Waratah, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1,2
DeathSydney R. Turnbull died in 1894 at age ~0 in Waratah, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1,3

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0212
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, B1894-35063, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  3. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, D1894-13730, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Leslie Turnbull

M, #28817, b. about 1895, d. about 1895
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Parents

FatherFrederick Turnbull (b. about 1859, d. 21 April 1931)
MotherLetitia Manning (b. about 1864, d. 25 January 1945)

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BirthLeslie Turnbull was born about 1895 in Waratah, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1
DeathLeslie Turnbull died about 1895 in Waratah, New South Wales, AustraliaG.2

Citations

  1. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, B1895-17783, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, D1895-06716, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Albert Stephen Turnbull

M, #28818, b. 1896
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Parents

FatherFrederick Turnbull (b. about 1859, d. 21 April 1931)
MotherLetitia Manning (b. about 1864, d. 25 January 1945)

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BirthAlbert Stephen Turnbull was born in 1896 in Waratah, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1,2

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0212
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, B1896-17385, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Rita M. Turnbull

F, #28819, b. about 1898, d. 27 July 1901
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Parents

FatherFrederick Turnbull (b. about 1859, d. 21 April 1931)
MotherLetitia Manning (b. about 1864, d. 25 January 1945)

BMDB Events

BirthRita M. Turnbull was born about 1898 in Waratah, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1,2
DeathRita M. Turnbull died on 27 July 1901 in Waratah, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1,3

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0212
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, B1898-35464, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  3. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, D1901-11638, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

William Brown

M, #28820, b. about 1868
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BirthWilliam Brown was born about 1868 in EnglandG.1
MarriageWilliam Brown and Isabella Turnbull were married on 28 January 1888. Newcastle, NSW2,1

Family: Isabella Turnbull (b. about 1870, d. about 1945)

SonWilliam Brown (b. about 1888)
DaughterAnn Brown (b. about 1890)
DaughterHenrietta Brown (b. about 1892)
SonGeorge F. Brown (b. about 1896)
SonRobert Brown (b. about 1908)

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), File T-0003
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1888-06446, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

James Turnbull

M, #28821, b. about 1847, d. 20 August 1919
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BirthJames Turnbull was born about 1847.1
MarriageJames Turnbull and Emma Josephine Chard were married about 1875 in Parkes, New South Wales, AustraliaG.2
DeathJames Turnbull died on 20 August 1919 in Waterloo, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1

Family: Emma Josephine Chard (b. about 1854, d. 22 November 1931)

DaughterEthel Emma Turnbull+ (b. 1877)
SonWilliam Oliver Thistle Turnbull+ (b. 26 October 1878, d. about 1944)
SonCharles Bertie Turnbull+ (b. about 1881, d. about 1936)
DaughterMargaret R. Turnbull (b. about 1884)
SonJames K. Turnbull+ (b. about 1885, d. about 1918)
DaughterAlberta M. M. Turnbull (b. about 1890)
DaughterViolet P. Z. Turnbull (b. about 1894)

Citations

  1. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, D1919-14269*, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1875-02493, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Emma Josephine Chard

F, #28822, b. about 1854, d. 22 November 1931
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BirthEmma Josephine Chard was born about 1854 in Hargraves, New South Wales, AustraliaG.
MarriageJames Turnbull and Emma Josephine Chard were married about 1875 in Parkes, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1
DeathEmma Josephine Chard died on 22 November 1931 at 42 Pitt St in Redfern, New South Wales, AustraliaG.2

Family: James Turnbull (b. about 1847, d. 20 August 1919)

DaughterEthel Emma Turnbull+ (b. 1877)
SonWilliam Oliver Thistle Turnbull+ (b. 26 October 1878, d. about 1944)
SonCharles Bertie Turnbull+ (b. about 1881, d. about 1936)
DaughterMargaret R. Turnbull (b. about 1884)
SonJames K. Turnbull+ (b. about 1885, d. about 1918)
DaughterAlberta M. M. Turnbull (b. about 1890)
DaughterViolet P. Z. Turnbull (b. about 1894)

Other Life Events

NameAs of about 1875, Emma Josephine Chard was also known as Emma Josephine Turnbull.1

Citations

  1. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1875-02493, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, D1931-16742, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

James Hay Turnbull

M, #28823, b. 1853, d. 1923
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

FatherJohn ("Ian") Turnbull (b. about 1826)
MotherJanet Hay (b. about 1828, d. 16 August 1902)

BMDB Events

BirthJames Hay Turnbull was born in 1853 in Bathurst, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1
MarriageJames Hay Turnbull and Mary McSpedden were married in 1876 in Bathurst, New South Wales, AustraliaG.2
DeathJames Hay Turnbull died in 1923 at age ~70 in Bathurst, New South Wales, AustraliaG.3

Family: Mary McSpedden (b. about 1852, d. 1919)

SonJohn W. Turnbull (b. about 1877)
DaughterCatherine Janet Turnbull (b. 1878)
DaughterMary Jane Turnbull (b. 1880, d. 1902)
DaughterEmily Margaret Turnbull+ (b. 1 May 1884, d. about 1910)
DaughterAgnes F. Turnbull (b. 1885)
DaughterCharlotte M. Turnbull (b. 1887)
DaughterElizabeth Gertrude Turnbull (b. 17 February 1891, d. 1923)
SonHenry James Turnbull+ (b. 20 May 1893, d. about 1926)

Citations

  1. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, B1853-325-52, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1876-02023, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  3. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, D1923-06184, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.

Edwin David (Teddie) Dunstan

M, #28824
Last Edited25 May 2017
ReferencesWilliam Rule b1283, Scotland - Kenneth James Turnbull, Australia & Wally Turnbull, USA & Albert Turnbull, England.

 

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Parents

FatherEdwin Tristram Dunstan (b. about 1885)
MotherGladys Ethel Cox (b. 8 October 1892, d. 20 August 1966)

BMDB Events

MarriageEdwin David (Teddie) Dunstan and Rae Dowding were married about 1948.1
MarriageEdwin David (Teddie) Dunstan and Bernice Ann Hoppner were married about 1956.1

Family 1: Rae Dowding

SonEdward Ray Dunstan+
DaughterDiana Rose Dunstan+

Family 2: Bernice Ann Hoppner (b. 12 October )

DaughterSusan Ann Dunstan

Citations

  1. [S2] TURNBULL, S.J. (deceased), T0002

Mary McSpedden

F, #28825, b. about 1852, d. 1919
Last Edited25 May 2017

 

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Parents

BMDB Events

BirthMary McSpedden was born about 1852 in Bathurst, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1
MarriageJames Hay Turnbull and Mary McSpedden were married in 1876 in Bathurst, New South Wales, AustraliaG.2
DeathMary McSpedden died in 1919 in Bathurst, New South Wales, AustraliaG.3

Family: James Hay Turnbull (b. 1853, d. 1923)

SonJohn W. Turnbull (b. about 1877)
DaughterCatherine Janet Turnbull (b. 1878)
DaughterMary Jane Turnbull (b. 1880, d. 1902)
DaughterEmily Margaret Turnbull+ (b. 1 May 1884, d. about 1910)
DaughterAgnes F. Turnbull (b. 1885)
DaughterCharlotte M. Turnbull (b. 1887)
DaughterElizabeth Gertrude Turnbull (b. 17 February 1891, d. 1923)
SonHenry James Turnbull+ (b. 20 May 1893, d. about 1926)

Other Life Events

NameMary McSpedden was also known as Mary MacSpedden.
NameAs of 1876, Mary McSpedden was also known as Mary Turnbull.2

Citations

  1. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, B1852-1515-51, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  2. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, M1876-02023, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.
  3. [S3] BMD New South Wales, Australia, D1919-04066, https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search?0.