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- TABLE: UL 7/3/1860.
JOSEPH TAFFE: UL 7/3/1860
- TAIT: UL 14/3/1860.
- TALBOT: UL 14/3/1860.
PAN TANG: Chinese. Robbed between Lamplough. (VPG 19/4/1860, 24/5/1860.
Amphitheatre and Lamplough (VPG 19/4, 24/5/1860).
- TANNER: UL 7/3/1860.
GEORGE TANNER: GLH.
MRS TAPPING: UL 9/4/1860.
TARDREW: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA
MR TARDROW: UL 14/3/1860.
TARNAGALLA: Sandy Creek. (Age 3/5/1860.)
MRS TARTON: UL 15/2/1860, 7/3/1860.
WM TASH: UL 12/3/1860.
TASKER: Involved in an attempt to release John Young from Lamplough lock~up. His tent at Deep Lead. (MADA 23/5/1860). Charged for robbery from Lamplough P.O. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 6/6/1860). Robbed Grant of Four Mile Flat. (BS 30/6/1860.)
WILLIAM TASKER: Stealing charge. Remanded from Lamplough P.C. to Carisbrook General Sessions. (NWC 18/10/1860.) Arrested. Stealing. Gold scales in possession. (VPG 25/10 1860).
MRS T. TATCHELL: UL 7/3/1860. THOMAS & WILLIAM TATCHELL: Wedderburn 1855. later, Inglewood and Dunolly. (J.R. Gray, 1888.)
TATE: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 5/3/1860).
SENIOR CONSTABLE THOMAS HENRY TATLOCK: Witness. Woods inquest. Amphitheatre. (Arg 16/11/1859.) (No 1227). Inspector of Slaughter Houses, Lamplough. (VGG No 22, 15/2/1861, p 314.)
DAVID TAUNTON: Accident. (BS 11/9/1860.) Real name DAVID REES from South Wales. (BS 18/9/1860.)
FRANCISCO TAVARES: UL 7/3, 28/3/1860.
EMANUEL TAYCE: UL 7/3/1860.
MR TAYLOR: Engineer, Yan Yean waterworks. reservoir sites. (REJ 20/10/1860.)
BEN J. TAYLOR: Letters to National Board for aid for National School 13/2/1860, 2/3/1860 (VPRS 879(4). Master. National School. Lamplough. (MADA 21/5/1860).
CHARLES TAYLOR: Daughter MARY ANN born Lamplough, 1860. (BDM No 15678).
FREDERICK TAYLOR: GLH.
GEO TAYLOR: UL 7/3/1860.
G.M. TAYLOR: UL 15/2, 21/3, 4/4/1860.
JAMES TAYLOR: SL 16/5/1860. UL 7/3/1860.
JAMES GRANT TAYLOR: Appointed a Warden of the Gold Fields in the district of Avoca. (VGG 1275, 1857.) June 1857 appointed sub-warden Buckland. Did not eventuate. (Woods p 60).
J.H. TAYLOR: UL 21/3/1860.
ROBERT TAYLOR: UL 7/3/1860.
- TAYLOR: UL 14/3/1860.
THOMAS TAYLOR: A mining or MADA (MADA 30/7/1858.) Resigned as secretary of Back Creek Association (MADA 7/11/1859.) Notice signed as Clerk of Petty Sessions, Avoca. (VGG No 190 p 263 6/12/1859). Appointed CPS Avoca 30/8/1859 380-0-0 (VPP 1859-60 No 78).Appointed Clerk of Petty Sessions, Lamplough from 21/1/1860. Ex Lexton CPS. (VGG No 18 p 259, 7/2/18 Ex newspaper reporter. (REJ 23/2/1860.) Clerk of Petty Sessions, Lamplough. (MADA 29/2/1860). Superseded by Church. (REJ 8/5/1860.) Clerk for last five months. (MADA 11/5/1860). On leave from 9/5. (MADA 23/5/1860 and VCG No 62 p 933, 18/5/1860. Registrar of electoral district Amphitheatre, Lamplough, Avoca. (VGG No 94, p 1436, 1/8/1860.) H.D. Church appointed, instead of Taylor transferred. (VGG No 103, p 1568, 21/8/1860.) Transferred from 1/7/1860. (VGG No 113, p 1700, 11/9/1860. ) Appointed acting clerk of the County Court, Court of Mines and Petty Sessions, Smythesdale; Warden’s Clerk, Carngham. (VGG 1863, Pps 648, 1821.) J.P. Ballarat. Storekeeper. Came there 1865? (VIM P 197.) Appointed Sheriff’s Clerk and Bailiff, Ballarat Circuit District. (VGG 1867.) Thos Johnston Taylor died 1909 Hawthorn age 69. Father James, mother Clair Johnston (BDM No 1717).
THOMAS TAYLOR: Birth of daughter ELIZABETH JANE at Avoca in 1860. (BDM No 04235).
WM TAYLOR: Witness. Smith inquest. Travelling from Armstrongs to Lamplough. (Arg. 16/12/1859.)
WILLIAM TAYLOR: Son WILLIAM born Avoca, 1860. (BDM No 10916.)
W.H. TAYLOR: UL 14/3/1860.
W.R. TAYLOR: UL 12/3, 18/4/1860.
TAYLOR & MACPHERSON: Land lease. (VGG 1848, p 276.)
JOHN TEASDALE: UL 7/3/1860.
TEELOW: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 8/6/1860).
MISS E. TEGON: UL 21/3/1860.
TELEGRPAH HOTEL: Proposed meeting re Benefit Society to be held opposite this hotel. (MADA 16/12/1859).
J TELFER: UL 18/4/1860.
- THOMAS TEMPLEMAN: UL 21/3/1860.
JOHN TEMPLETON: Surveyor. Discharged from appointment as surveyor. Friend of R.E. Johns. (REJ 6/8/1860.)
MR WARDEN WILLIAM TEMPLETON: Born 3/12/1828 Glasgow. Warden 1855-1862, Maryborough District. Married 6/10/1859. Died 18/9/1890. Left C of E. Helped form Australian Church. (ADB, Vol 6. p 253). Avoca 950 pounds p.a. 1856 (ER). 950 pounds (V&P Leg C A2 1858-59 p 10). In charge of mounted police Ovens 1853 (Woods p 20). Appointed Chairman of Local Courts Avoca 30/6/1855. Resident warden appointed 1/7/1855. Annual salary 950 pounds. First appointed 11/11/1851 (VPP 1858-59 No 46).First appointed to Civil Service on 11/11/1851. Appointed P.M. at Avoca on 1/7/1855. (Reply to Question by Mr Snodgrass, 17/1/1861. VPP 1860-6l.) Appointed Chairman of Local Courts, Avoca District. (Chief Sec’s Office 29/6/1855.)(VGG p 1542, 1855.) Appointed a Goldfields Warden 1/7/1855. Paid as a Police Magistrate. First appointment 11/11/1851. (P 10. Statistics 1860.) 650 pounds p.a. (VPP 1862-63 No 9 p 465).In Charge of the Camp at Commissioner’s Gully. Gold escort to Melbourne. In 1855 Camp transferred from Moliagul to Burnt Creek (now Bromley) near Dunolly. “Golden Memories”, F Carless, P 21.) Templeton in 1855 wanted the police direc under Commissioner’s orders. (Commission of Inquiry. Hoo Thesis, p 48.) In 1856 a boarder at Victoriael Hot Maryborough. 6’4″. (James Bodell, P 101.) Appointed Chairman of Local Court District of Avoca vice W. Fenwick. (Ct Sec’s Office 2/10/1856.)(VGG No 124, p 1659, 3/10/185 Appointed (CSO 4/1/1858) Returning Officer, Maryborough Mining District. Appointed a Warden of the Goldfields. ( No 1, 4/1/1858.) Has marked off several streets at Lamplough (MADA 12/12/1859). Daughter FLORA born at Avoca in 18 Wife Mary Anne Godfrey. (BDM No 15754). Granted prospecting claim to Hodgson and party on Thursday last. (MADA11/1/1860). Appeared on Bench at Lamplough Police Court 1 Friday. (MADA 30/1/1860). Resident Warden Avoca. Appoir Commissioner of Crown Lands. (VGG No 17, p239, 3/2/186 J.P. On Bench at Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 6/2/186 There was a Templeton Street at Castlemaine. (MAM 13/2/1860.) Empowered as a JP to consent to marriages minors. MG 1860 Vol 1 No 27 p 391, 28/2/1860). On Bench 20/2, 14/3, 16/3, 23/3, 16/4, 4/5, 14/5, 16/5, 18 21/5,/1860; Chaired C of E meeting at Avoca. (14/5/1860). Vernon: Warden’s Clerk. Smith succeeded Vernon (REJ 16/5/1860.) Bench: 13/8/1860; 20/9/1860; 2/10/18 27/9/1860; 19/11/1860; 22/11/1860; 2/11/1860; 9/11/18 Smith, his Clerk, bolted with funds. (REJ 20/10/186 Letter claiming he is pro-Chinese. (MADA 9/11/186 Appointed a trustee of Avoca racing reserve. (VGG No 1 9/11/1860, p 2138.) Letter re a “Hodgkinson” in the Burke and Wills Expedition. was his clerk. (Arg 22/11/1860). Absent at new rush at M’Kinnon’s. (REJ 11/12/186) Commissioner Crown Lands, Avoca. (VGG No 120, 13/8/1861 1536.) Warden and Magistrate, Moonambel. (MADA 29/11/186 Police Magistrate, Suburban Municipalities. (VGG 186 1199). Police Magistrate for the City of Melbourne. (VGG 1863 p 207.) Expenditure on salary of Warden’s clerk 262-10-0 (V&P 1861 A No 11 p 72.) Elected to committee of management of first Annual general Meeting of Australian Church 5/11/1886. 1894 Guarantor of an Australian Church mortgage (C R Badger “The Rev Charles Strong …” pps 100, 138.)
JOHN TESTORENI: Robbed. (VPG 3/5/1860.)
JOHN TEUTEROM (?): Miner Lamplough. Robbed (Age, 26/4/1860).
- THAMES: UL 9/4/1860
THATCHER: Lamplough Police Court. (Kilmartin case?) (MADA 16/5/1860).
MR THATCHER: At Shamrock Concert Hall, Bendigo (BA 9/1/1857). At Castelmaine (MAM 8/8/1856).Theatre Royal. Castlemaine on 24/12. (MAM 26/12/1859.) Due at Theatre Royal, Castlemaine. (BL 14/1/1860.) At Castlemaine. (BL 21/1 and 28/1/1860. )Theatre Royal Monday. (MADA 9/5,11/5/1860). Came here (Lamplough) a few days ago. Song about Kilmartin. (BS 14/5/1860.) “A d … d theatrical lot of males and females are staying here to my great annoyance.” (REJ 9/9/1860.) He and Madame Vitelli at Theatre Royal Lamplough. (BS 11/9/1860 and see Anderson p 108.) THEATRE ROYAL: Theatre in the course of construction. (MADA 5/12/1859.) Ground taken up for the intended Theatre is jumped. (BT 7/12/1859. ) A new street formed by parties connected with the Theatre and the legitimate storekeepers. (BT 9/12/1859.) Opened at Lamplough on Saturday night (10/12). With Mr Warner and the Back Creek Company. (MADA 12/12/1859.) 150’x50y. To be opened 10 Dec. (Sat.) (BT 13/12/1859.) Back Creek Company at it. (MADA 14/12/1859). Theatre at Clare Castle under the auspices of Mr Warner. (Age 14/12/1859.) Crammed in every corner. (Back Ck. Advert. via BA 23/12/1859.) Crowded 2 Jan. (BS 6/1/1860.) Various people named as being at the Theatre. (MADA 9/1/1860). Miss Avonia Jones appeared: “by far the largest audience that has been seen in Lamplough” (MADA 11/1/1860). 1,800 at Avonia Jones on 14 Jan. (BS 17/1/1860.) Baker Bros. (soda manufacturers) close to Theatre Royal. (BA 24/1/1860.) Neil Warner now manager. (MAA 31/1/1860.) G.V. Brooke appeared last Friday: more than 1200 persons were crammed and jammed together in the body of the theatre. (MADA 6/2/1860. ) Crowded almost as for Brooke’s last Saturday. (MAA 7/2/1860.) Since G.V. Brooke left Theatre not well attended (MADA 10/2/1860. ) Crowded Saturday night for John Mungall. (MADA 13/2/1860.) Mr Mungall, Mr Ward, Miss Kate Ward in “The Dumb Man of Manchester” on Monday evening. (MADA 15/2/1860.) Prospecting meeting Saturday. Numerous attendance. (MADA 20/2/1860). Meeting re water supply Saturday afternoon. 1,500. Evening full for “Guy Mannering”. (MAA 21/2/1860.) Meeting on Sat. 18 Feb. re water etc. 1,500 there. (BS 21/2/1860.) Mr & Mrs Heir there. (MADA 25/2/1860). Another meeting 25 Feb. re Water and Prospecting. Disorderly. (BS 29/2/1860.) Their last appearance Saturday. (MADA 14/3/1860). More numerously attended last few days (MADA 9/3/1860). To stay open. (MADA 16/3/1860). Stealing from bar case. Benjamin Bendel, property manager, witness. (MADA 26/3/1860). Company going to Avoca. (BS 28/3/1860. ) Miss Albertine, worst performer ever. (MADA 30/3/1860). Closed Monday and Tuesday. Company at Avoca. (MAA 30/3/1860. ) Transferred to Commercial Street (MADA 4/4/1860). Next to Mr Haigh’s store. Plans described. (MADA 9/4/1860). Pickpocket case. (MADA 11/4/1860). Removed from Royal Street to Avoca Street (Commercial Street?) Close to Clare Castle. (BS 12/4/1860.) Mr Farquharson well attended on 27 Apr. (BS 30/4/1860. ) Mr Bennett proprietor. (BS 1/5/1860.) Bal masque organised for Monday. (MADA 18/4/1860). William Thorne charged with cutting into Theatre Royal. Robert Lynch, manager. Mr Thatcher at Theatre Royal Monday. (MADA 7/5,9/5/1860). Indirectreference to Kilmartin “play” episode. (? 14/5/1860.) Amateur performance, Bulver’s “Money”. (MADA 30/5/1860). Baliff in possession. De Bourg v Bennett. (MADA 22/6/1860). To be sold by auction on Saturday 11 not remuneration to management of late”. Advert: plus iron cottage at rear. Hotel and Theatre. (MADA 13/7/1860). 1,000 attended Klaer Bros. and dogs on Saturday 1 Sept. (BS 6/9/1860. ) Charge of damaging the callico wall of the Theatre Royal. (NWC 27/9/1860. ) Professor Eagle there (NWC 27/9/1860.) Worrell’s Circus at back of Shamrock hotel next Friday. (NWC 27/9/1860. ) Mr & Mrs Heir to play “Love’s Sacrifice” (MADA 2/11/1860). “Inimitable American Barlow”. (MADA 5/11/1860). John Benjamin was charged with cutting the callico wall of the Theatre Royal – wilfull destruction of the property of Joseph Bennett. (NWC 8/11/1860.) San Francisco Minstrals to appear next Saturday. (NWC 8/11/1860.) Shakespeare performance. (MADA 21/11/1860).
- THOM: UL 7/3/1860.
A.G. THOM: UL 15/2/1860.
WM J. THOM: UL 12/3/1860.
ANN THOMAS: Maiden name. See registration of birth for Ann Daniels.
ANNA ELIZABETH THOMAS: Assistant teacher Avoca National School 1860 (VPP 1861-62 No 81).
ELLIS THOMAS: UL 4/4/1860
MR THOMAS’S YORK STORE: See York Store.
GEORGE THOMAS: Stole cheque for pounds 8 at Back Creek. Twelve months. Clerk to M. McDonough for some time. (MAM 13/2/1860.)
HENRY THOMAS: Son HENRY born at Lamplough, 1860. (BDM 21182.)
- THOMAS: UL 15/2/1860.
JENKIN THOMAS: UL 7/3/1860.
JOHN 0. THOMAS: UL 7/3/1860.
- THOMAS: UL 15/2/1860.
M.W. THOMAS: UL 15/2/1860.
- THOMAS: UL 15/2, 9/4/1860.
MR ROBERT THOMAS: Juror. Inquest. Isabella Redpath. Lamplough. 1862. (ADHS). A manager of the Lamplough goldfields common. One of the three oldest residents. (MADA 25/8/1862.) Insolvent. Lamplough. Auction. Spirits, groceries, tobacco, ironmongery. (Majorca News, 28/4/1863. ) 1863 landholder.
- THOMAS: UL 28/3/1860.
THOS E THOMAS: UL 18/4/1860.
WILLIAM R: ANNIE: OSCAR FREDERICK: WILLIAM HOWARD: WILLIAM REED THOMAS: GLH.
THOMPSON: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 16/4/1860).
MRS THOMPSON: UL 15/211860, 7/3/1860.
CHARLES THOMPSON: GLH. Remanded to Avoca gaol ~ illegally on premises of Job Wilson. (MADA 10/2/1860.) Three months gaol. Stolen property charge. (MADA 27/2/1860).
CHARLES THOMPSON: Farmer. Resident Lamplough (1884/85 VIC Dir. )
ELLEN THOMPSON: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 16/5/1860).
GEORGE AGAR THOMPSON: Warden Avoca 750 pounds p.a. 1856 (ER). Funeral. Cut throat at Inglewood. D.T. (REJ 8/7/1860.)
MOUNTED CONSTABLE JAMES THOMPSON: Appointed Inspector of Slaughter Houses, Avoca. (CSO 29/7/1856. VGG p 1275, 1856.) Leaving for Richmond depot. (REJ 8/11/1860.)
JAMES THOMPSON: GLH.
JOHN THOMPSON: Son JOHN R (BDM No 15696.) “No. 116 John Robert THOMPSON born April 20th 1860 reg. July 20th 1860 Lamplough. no witnesses father- John THOMPSON miner born Birmingham mother- Eliza GREEN born Cork.” (From letter by Jean NIxon to Graeme Mills ADHS, 1998).
MARY THOMPSON: Maiden name. See registration of birth for Jane Robertson.
RICHARD THOMPSON: Drunk. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 5/3/1860).
MRS R. THOMPSON: UL 7/3/1860.
MRS THOMSON: UL 15/2/1860.
- THOMSON: UL 15/2/1860.
ROBERT THOMSON: Miner. Lamplough. Refused admission to Public Library. (Arg. 4/4/1860.)
L THONEMAN: JP Storekeeper Lutheran Patron Avoca School 1861-62 (VPP 1862 No 15).
NICHOLAS THORNE: UL 4/4/1860.
JOHN THORNHILL: UL 21/3/1860.
JAMES THORNTON: Daughter JESSIE EUPHEMINA born Lamplough, 1860. (BDM No 10964).
HENRY THORP: UL 4/4/1860.
THRILLEAUX: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 27/4/1860).
TIDE: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 27/6/1860).
C TILLACK: UL 9/4/1860.
CHAS TILLOCK: UL 7/3/1860.
SARAH TIMBRELL: Maiden name. See registration of birth for William Hayes. (BDM No 11949).
JAMES TIMKINS: Daughter MAR GARET born at Lamplough 1860. (BDM No 11949).
WILLIAM TIMMISBY: SL 20/7/1861.
T O TODD: UL 9/4/1860.
MR TOEPFER: Sunday trading charge. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 16/3/1860).
- TOGUI (?): UL 15/2/1860. JASPER0 TOGUI: UL 7/3/1860.
REPTON (UPTON?) TONLIN: Dispute with Shobbok re bookings. (MADA 7/11/1859.) Has newly opened some fine baths. (BS 14/2/1860.)
UPTON TOMLIN: Agent f or Cobb’s Coaches? Booking of f ice at Commercial Hotel. (MADA 23/1/1860). Agent for Cobb & Co. (BS 26/5/1860.)
TOMLYN: UL 7/3/1860.
TOMNY THE NATIVE (THOMAS ASHBY): (Alias Tom the Slaughterman). (Alias The Loafer). Charged with assault of child. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 6/2/1861.) Charged with rape of Jane Smith at Lamplough in February 1860. (VPG 15/8/1861.) Arrested Melbourne. (VPG 21/11/1861.) Formerly worked at the slaughteryards, Lamplough. (MADA 16/12/1861.) Acquitted of assault charge. Maryborough C.C. (MADA 19/2/1862.)
JOHN TONNER: UL 21/3/1860.
MARGARET TOOLE: Maiden name. See registration of birth for Elizabeth Tully.
W H TOOLE: UL 4/4/1860.
M.A. TOOLES (?): UL 15/2/1860.
MARY ANN TOOLEY: Maiden name. See registration of birth for John W. Bartlett.
WALTER JOHN TORNEY: GLH.
TORRENS & GRANT’S STORE: Advert. Person to contact them. (MADA 24/9/1860). Commercial Street. Lamplough. Lost horse notice. (VGG No 202, p 2835, 30/12/1859).
HUGH TOUCHSTONE: SL 20/7/1861.
MRS TOUT: UL 14/3/1860.
WILLIAM TOWERS: UL 7/3/1860.
TOWN CRIERS: Town criers quite as countless as the locusts in the land of Egypt. (BCA via MAA 3/1/1860.) At Lamplough Mr Jones. (BS 6/11/1860.) Letter. Fixed rate. 10s per hour. (BS 29/11/1860.)
MR TOWNSEND: Prospecting Committee. Lamplough. (MADA 20/2,22/2/1860).
PETER TRAIN: Boots stolen. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 22/2/1860).
JAMES TRAINE: UL 4/4/1860.
- TRANERS (?): UL 15/2/1860
ERNEST TRAPMAN: Prospecting claim. Half mile from Amphitheatre. (MADA 16/11/1860).
TRAVERS & PARTY: Bottomed a claim. (BT 13/12/1859.)
- TRAVERSE: ULT572/1860. JAS TRAVERSE: UL 7/3/1860.
JAMES TRAVEST: UL 28/3/1860.
- TRAVIS: UL 28/3/1860.
THOMAS TRAXIE: UL 28/3/1860.
AGNES MARY TRAYNER: Storekeeper Lamplough. Back of Amphitheatre Street. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 23/3,11/4,16/4/1860). Her brother Walter, two years in the Colony. (MAA 27/3/1860.)
TRAYNOR: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 26/3/1860).
- JAS & T. TREBIELCOCK: Farmer. Signed Police request petition 21/5/1866. Farmers. Residents Lamplough. (1869 PO Dir.) THOMAS: Letter list 19/5/1860. Lamplough. (MADA 23/5/1860). Farmer. Resident Lamplough. (1884/85 VIC Dir.)
MRS F. TREBILCOCK: UL 29/11/1861.
J.L. TREGEA: UL 21/3/1860.
JOHN & NICHOLAS TRELEVAN: Property stolen. Lamplough. (VGG 1/11/1860.) JOHN TRELEAVEN: UL 4/4/1860.
JOHN TRELOAN: SL 16/2/1860.
- TRELOAR: UL 15/2/1860.
JOHN TRELOAR: UL 7/3/1860.
WILLIAM TRELOAR: UL 7/3/1860.
D.W. TREMERVEN: UL 7/3/1860. D.W. TRENEWEN M: UL 15/2/1860.
D.W. TREMURE: UL 28/3/1860.
DR TRENERY: Advert. Back Creek. “Diseases of a secret nature”. (MADA 27/6/1859. ) Played the Dougall Creature at Theatre Royal. Lamplough. (MADA 13/2/1860). UL 7/3/1860. Advert. High Street, Mountain Creek.. “The Pioneer”, 16/2/1861.) Advert. Dispensary and consulting rooms, Mountain Creek. (NWC 10/5/1861). Item re an inquest refers to your late townsman. [Ararat or Inglewood?] (MAA 28/6/1861). Committed to trial for malpractice re Eliza Rendall. (MADA 1/7/1861). Thomas Maiden Trenery the youngest son of William Trenery & Mary James was Christened in Redruth Cornwall in 1823. He was born into a family of middle class merchant, farmers and hotelkeepers. On the 27Aug.1845 Thomas m arries Rebecca Gibbs in London, his address was Praed St, near the London teaching hospital St. Mary’s. It is here that I believe that Thomas may have done some medical training but Thomas’ medical qualifications are somewhat dubious. The B.M.A. records f or 1 851 list Thomas as a practising doctor but he has an asterisk next to his name which denotes “doctors practising in or near London who after repeated requests have not made any return of the nature of his qualifications and whose name cannot be ident ified in the list of members of the University of London, The Royal College of Surgeons of England or the Worshipful Society of Apothecaries, London.” On the 1851 census London is Thomas 28years occupation Chemist he is living with Rebecca 34 yrs. and their infant daughter Penrose 3 months in Lisson Grove London. In 1853 Thomas is back in Redruth where he joins the Freemasons. The following year 1854 his second daughter Alice Marden is born, but sadly in 1855 Penrose dies in Islington. On the ship the “Guy Mannering” in 1857 there is a Thomes Trenery “labourer” travelling alone to Australia. (I have found no references to another Thomas Trenery in Australia) so I feel this is the same person. Thomas heads to the Victorian Goldfields where he starts pract ising medicine at one stage in Back Creek and also at Mountain Creek, specialising in “diseases of a secret nature” with advertisements boasting of his “great experience in such diseases and having been connected with the Lock Hospital London”. The Lock Hospital was the first Venereal Diseases Hospital established in London. It is around this time he meets Jane Adelaide Furniesse 20yrs his junior who was born in Sth. Australia in 1843. Their first child Haidee Penrose was born in 1861 in Navarre, the same y ear Thomas is charged with manslaughter after the death in Navarre of Eliza Rendall in childbirth. Thomas spends the night in the lock-up with the local journalist noting “that I am not a lawyer by education but by observation I am. I have observed that man slaughter is a bailable offence but for some reason or other our magistrate refuses bad for Dr. Trenery until communication can be made with the Attorney-General”. Thomas and Jane’s second child William is born in Maryborough in 1884 followed by three more children in Sydney. Frederick 1865, Ernest 1868 and Florence 1870. Thomas died in Sydney in 1872 of “softening of the brain” ironically the polite way for the era to describe sy philis of the nervous system. Before this time Jone Adelaide had left him and the children and was living in Melbourne under the name oaf Norton. On Thomas’ death certificate his occupation is surgeon and under “children of marriage” it states – married England one daughter living. However in his will he leaves all his assets sworn at 200 pounds to be used for the care and education of his Australian born children aged 12 to 2 yrs. Jane Adelaide and a friend Th omas Carter are named executor. Jane Adelaide later marries for the first time to Joseph Jordan Bale in 1878 and has 8 more children. Haidee marries Ewan McMillan eldest son of East Gippsland explorer Angus McMillan. William becomes a dentist. Frederick becomes a hansom cab driver and later a gardener. Ernest becomes a baker. Florence died in 1885 in Landsborough aged 15yrs. Alice Marden married John Stevenson in England. (Information supplied by Kim Trenery, Victoria, 4 January 2002. E-mail kenkym at telstra.easymail.com.au (substitute @ for at)
WM TREVENA: Son WILLIAN B. born, Avoca, 1860. (BDM 04246. Publican’s licence, Victoria Hotel, Avoca. (VGG 19/7/1861.)
- TREVIOTDALE: UL 14/3/1860.
GRACE TREVITHICK: Maiden name. See registration of birth at Avoca for male child Hooper.
HY TREVITHICK: Robbed of saddle. Locomotive Inn. (VPG 3/5/1860.) Publican’s licence. Locomotive Inn. Avoca. (VGG 19/7/1861.)
HENRY TREVITHICK: Tent close to police Camp Avoca (MAM 13/10/1854). Storekeeper Avoca 1856 (ER). “Henry Trevithick was born around 1811 near Cornwall in England. He arrived from England on the Aboukir in 1847 with his wife Elizabeth (nee Pascoe) and 5 children, and moved to Burra, probably to mine copper there, and had two further children during this time. They appear to have followed gold (as many did from Burra) and moved to the Avoca district, where three more children were born. Your records page shows that he was a storekeeper. His wife passed away in 1874, and Henry passed away in 1887 (aged about 76). He is buried with his wife Elizabeth and son William Edward in Avoca Cemetery, Victoria.” From family researcher Matt Hall in the USA (2007) who may be contacted at cispt2 at gmail.com (substitute @ for at).
DOROTHY TRICKEY: GLH.
TRIMEL: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 11/4/1860).
TROGAN: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 16/4/1860).
HARRIETT TROTTER: Maiden name. See registration of birth for William Coates.
- TROWBRIDGE: UL 15/2/1860.
- TRUENT: UL 7/3/1860.
MR CHARLES TRUWHITT: Appeared in land case. (MADA 12/12/1859). Appeared for Mr Douglas, Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 30/1/1860.) Police Court. (MADA 6/2/1860.) Appeared for T.W. Layton, Lamplough Police Court. Was charged himself but discharged by police! (MADA 10/2/1860. ) Solicitor, Avoca. Witness to partnership dissolution. (VGG No 20 p 308, 14/2/1860). Appeared for W. Savage. (MADA 17/2/1860.) See question in Johnson case. (MADA 27/2/1860). Solicitor, Avoca. (MADA 4/4/1860). LPC (MADA23/3, 30/3, 16/4, 20/4/1860). Argument with Boyle. (MADA 21/5, 30/5/1860). Appeared for Susan Birch. (MADA 6/6/1860). Small’s case (MADA 13/6/1860). Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 4/7,23/7/1860).
MR TRUWRHIT: UL 28/3/1860.
HUGH TUCHSTON: UL 21/3/1860.
MR TUCKER’S STORE: Amphitheatre street. Horse stolen from outside it. (MAA 31/1/1860.)
SELBY TUCKER: SL 18/3/1861.
GEORGINA TUCKETT: Dressmaker. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 4/4/1860).
GEORGE TUCKETT: Two loaves of bread stolen from him. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 13/7/1860). Daughter Eliza witness. Doherty inquest. 15/11/1860. (ADHS).
MR & MRS TUCKETT: Store. Lamplough. (MADA 4/5/1860).
THURZA TUCKETT: Maiden name. See registration of birth forHenry Carpenter.
EDWARD TUFTON SMITH: Solicitor an Street, Richmond. Dwelling house broken into. Large amount of women’s jewellery stolen. (VPG 13/5/1856.) At Melbourne City Court (BA 13/2/1857). Advert. At Maryborough. (MADA 14/1/1859.) Chairman. Back Creek Association 27/11. (MADA 2/12/1859.) Agent at Back Creek for J.T. Smith (Arg. 17/1/1860.) Barrister. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 15/6/1860). Death at Redbank. (MADA 12/6/1861). Inquest. Who for some time practised very successfully in Melbourne. Jury: sanguinous apoplexy. Death accelerated by habits of intemperance. “Sent to his account with all his imperfections on his head.” (MAA 14/6/1861.)
WILLIAM TULIP: Godparent at baptism of Richard Strangman 10/3/1866.
JOHN TULLY: Daughter ELIZABETH JANE born Lamplough, 1860. (BDM No 15700.) “No. 120 Elizabeth Jane TULLY born May 27th 1860 reg July 28th 1860 midwife Mrs Hancock father- John TULLY bricklayer born Dublin mother- Margaret TOOLE born Dublin.” (From letter by Jean Nixon to Graeme Mills ADHS 1998).
T TUNSEN: UL 9/4/1860.
JOHN TURK: UL 7/3/1860.
TURNER: Abusive language case. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 27/2/1860). Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 14/5/1860).
MR TURNER: UL 21/3/1860.
HENRY TURNER: Ticket of leave. Lamplough. (VPG 12/4/1860
- TURNER: UL 14/3, 18/4/1860.
JAMES TURNER: Drunkeness charge. Lamplough Police Court. (NWC 13/12/1860.)
JAMES TURNER: UL 28/3/1860.
JOHN TURNER: UL 4/4/1860.
JOSEPH TURNER: UL 7/3/1860.
J.E. TURNER: UL 14/3/1860.
M L TURNER: UL 4/4/1860.
WILLIAM TURNIS: UL 4/4/1860.
MRS TUTIRAL: UL 14/3/1860.
WILLIAM TWEEDIE: UL 7/3/1860. Born: 1827 West Moor Northumberland; parents Robert Tweedy and Sarah (nee Hay). Married: Elizabeth Barrass 1849 Sept Easington Co Durham. Children: Peter (b.1852 d 1915 Parramatta), Margaret Absalom (Hestelow) and William Robert (b 1866 d 1935). Emigrated prior to 1859 with wife’s relatives. In 1863 Margaret aged 8 years and Peter aged 11 years and 2 months were attending the Browns Diggings School. There was a petition taken up to have a school built in Scarsdale. Two Tweedie children Margaret and William Robert were placed on the list as being students who would attend if it was built. Peter and William Robert Tweedie had shares in the Havelock GMC in 1866. William n moved to Hunter. Occupation: Miner, Bailiff. Religion: Primitive Methodist also active in securing a school at Scarsdale.
Died: 1890 Sep 13 Pittown, Wallsend. (Information supplied 17 December 2007 by Kevin Barnes Email: adroitcom at yahoo.com )
TWO BROTHERS HILL: Amphitheatre. Prospecting claim. Between the Jolly Waggoners and the Criterion. (MADA 5/10/1860).
- TWISS: UL 15/2/1860.
JOHN TWISS: Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 15/6/1860). Lamplough. General auctioneer licence. (VGG No 76 p 1162, 22/6/1860.) Auctioneer. Theatre Royal advert. (MADA 13/7/1860). Late of Ballarat. At Mountain Creek. (BS 9/1/1861.)
THOMAS TYRE: Business licence case. Lamplough Police Court. (MADA 2/5/1860).
MR TYREE’S STORE: At the Amphitheatre. (MADA 17/7/1861)
FRED TYREE: UL 7/3/1860.
- TYREE: UL 14/3/1860.
JAMES TYRER: Tent cut. Property stolen. WPG 19/1/1860.)
ROBERT TYRIE: UL 7/3/1860.
THOS TYRIE: UL 28/3/1860.