Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of Edward Merrick


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72. Reginald Albert Douglass

Death registered as Douglas

Reginald Douglass, D'Arcy Douglass and Arthur Butler were charged with behaving in a riotous manner at Norwood on April 10th, and were each fined 10s, costs 6s and 12s witness' expenses.
Source: Windsor and Richmond Gazette 12 Jun 1914

Eleanor Brown

aka Ellen, Lena, Elena

83. Charles James Merrick

Ryde Police Court. Wednesday, December 19. (Before Mr. Brocks, P.M )
Charles Merrick. of Thornleigh, arrested by: Constable Andrew, charged with stealing a quantity of carpenters tools from a building in course of erection at Thornleigh valued at £2, the property of Frederick Primrose, was fined £2, in default 21 days in gaol.
Source: The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate 22 Dec 1894

84. Edith Susannah Merrick

ENGLEHEART, Edith Susannah.- December 3, 1948, at Ryde District Soldiers Memorial Hospital, relict of the late Guy Engleheart, and dearly beloved mother of Elsa (deceased) and Edmund Thiele and Gordon  Engleheart, aged 70 years.
Source: The SMH 4 Dec 1948

Guy Edward Engleheart

ENGLEHEART, Guy Edward. -August 7, 1947, at his residence, 932 Victoria Road, West Ryde, dearly loved husband of Edith Engleheart, loving father of Gordon, loving step-father of Bol, and loved brother-in-law of Roll, Les, and Lil, aged 67 years. At rest.
Source: The SMH 8 Aug 1947

86. Alexander Leslie Merrick

(Before Messrs. G. M. Pope, R. T. Sutton, J. Radshaw and T. G. Dole, J's.P.)
James Sullivan was brought up, charged with having assaulted Alexander Leslie Merrick and John Merrick, at Brooklyn. Sergeant Ross prosecuted and Mr. Mark Williamson appeared for defendant, who pleaded not guilty. Alexander , oysterman, living at Peat's Ferry, deposed that accused caught him by the neck and nearly suffocated him.  His sister came to pull him away and he hit her in the back. John Merrick, father of the previous witness, corroborated in the main his son's evidence. Defendant hit him (witness) on the side of the face, grabbing him by the throat at the same time. In cross-examination by Mr. Williamson he said he heard a man named Parker say, 'Don't knock him about ' (meaning defendant). He knew of no reason why Parker should have said this. James Sullivan, the defendant, deposed that he was a labourer. John Merrick caught hold of him by the arm and said, 'Now's your time.' A lady then rushed at him and tore off his hat. Charley Merrick almost immediately hit him in the eye. He denied most emphatically having caught Alexander Merrick by the neck previous to this, and having nearly choked him. He did not catch either him or his father by the throat, nor did he kick Charlie Merrick in the belly. Both cases were dismissed.
Source: The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers' Advocate 7 Feb 1903

Gertrude Palmer

Living Rels. Chris Thomas

Esther Hannah Lamond

ETHERINGTON -The Relatives and Friends of Mr Ernest Etherington and Family of Birriga Road Bellevue Hill are Invited to attend the Funeral of his dearly beloved wife
and their dear Mother Esther Hannah Etherington to leave the Kinsela Chapels Taylor Square Darlinghurst This Monday after service to commence at 10 am for Section 8
Church of England Cemetery Rookwood Charles Kinsela Pty Ltd A F D A Taylor Square Darlinghurst Phones FL4136-7-8
Source: The SMH 9 Nov 1942

427. Hilda Ethel Etherington

Hilda and Walter were divorced in 1951