Wednesday, February 27, 2013

February Photo Collage - Day 28 - Mary Brown (nee Fullerton)

 

 
This post is for day 28, the final day of the February Photo Collage Festival.
The photograph above from my February Photo Collage is of my great great great aunt, Mary Brown (nee Fullerton) (1851-1935) . This photograph was taken during the 1930s while Mary was living at Portland, New South Wales, with her daughter Elva and Elva's family. Mary was aged in her 80s and was probably blind at this time. At that time, this photograph was entered into a 'beauty in old age' competition. While Mary did not win the competition, she does look very beautiful in this photograph, in my opinion :)

Photographer: Unknown.
Location of original: In the possession of a cousin, Rosalie. Many thanks Rosalie.
Date: early 1930s.
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February Photo Collage - Day 27 - Corduroy Bridge Hotel, Clarendon, c1906

 
This post is for day 27 of the February Photo Collage Festival.The photograph above from my February Photo Collage shows several members of the Brown family in front of the Corduroy Bridge Hotel, Clarendon, c1906.

L-R: George Brown (1849-1929), Margaret Elva (Elva) Brown (1894-1974), Mary (nee Fullerton)(1851-1935), Grace Marcella (1883-1917), Doris Edna (Edna) (1892-1916), Agnes Elizbeth Elsie  (Elsie) (1888-1920), Mary Jemima Euphemia (Effie) (1872-1942), Edward Thomas (Ted) (1897-1937).

I would like to acknowledge and thank Anne from the Buninyong & District Historical Society. Back in 2005 my Mum, my sister, a nephew and I went for a short trip to Clarendon to visit the cemetery and photograph Brown family graves. Before visiting I contacted Anne from the Buninyong & District Historical Society. She was very helpful. It was through information Anne gave me that I was able to make contact with some wonderful cousins, descendants of Mary Brown (nee Fullerton). Their help with my Fullerton research has been invaluable. Thank you very much Anne and my Brown cousins.

Photographer: Unknown (perhaps a member of the Clarendon Austin family? I believe some of them were photographers? Two Austins married two of the Brown girls)
Location of original: I scanned this from a copy in the possession of a cousin, Rosalie. Thanks Rosalie.
Date: c1906.
(Sources available on request)
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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

February Photo Collage - Day 26 - Brown Family, Ballarat, c1886

 
This post is for day 26 of the February Photo Collage Festival. The photograph above from my February Photo Collage shows three generations of the Brown family when they lived at Ballarat. Given the ages of the children in the photograph I would say it was taken about 1886.

Back Row L-R: George James Fullerton Brown (1878-1940), George Brown (husband of Jemima nee Crookston)(1817-1899), Mary Jemima Euphemia (Effie) Brown (1872-1942).
Middle Row L-R: Mary Brown (nee Fullerton) (1851-1935), George Brown (husband of Mary)(1849-1929), Jemima Brown (nee Crookston) (c1820-1891).
Front Row L-R (Children): Robert Melville Brown (1885-1913), Grace Marcella Brown (1883-1917) and William Peter Brown (1881-1953). 

Photographer: Unknown.
Location of original: I scanned this from a copy in the possession of a cousin, Rosalie. Thanks Rosalie.
Date: c1886.

(Sources available on request)

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Trove Tuesday - Fullerton and Brown related family notices

With the recent Family History Writing Challenge and February Photo Collage I have been busy organising my Fullerton family research. What follows is a collection of some of the family notices for Fullerton relatives that I have found via the digitised newspapers on Trove.

Robert Melville Brown (1885-1913), son of George and Mary (nee Fullerton) Brown.

The Argus, 7 January 1913.  
BROWN.-On the 5th January, 1913, at his residence, Corduroy-bridge Hotel, Clarendon, Robert Melville Brown, beloved husband of Jessie, and son of George and Mary Brown, and grandson of the late George Brown, inspector of permanent ways, aged 27 years.
Family Notices. (1913, January 7). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10758506


The Argus, 5 January 1914.  

IN MEMORIAM.
BROWN. —In sacred memory of Robert M. Brown, Clarendon, who departed this life on January 4, 1913. (Inserted by his loving father, mother,brothers, and sisters.)
Family Notices. (1914, January 5). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article7289849

Doris Edna Webber (nee Brown) (1892-1916), daughter of George and Mary (nee Fullerton) Brown.
The Argus, 10 February 1916.  
WEBBER.- On the 9th February, at 243 Ascotvale road, Ascotvale, Doris Edna, the dearly beloved wife of Gordon Webber, of Malleson street, Richmond, loving daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown, of Ascotvale, and late of Clarendon,and beloved sister of Effie, George, William, Elva,Edward, Mrs. E. Austin (Buninyong), and Mrs. J. Court (Clarendon.)  A good and loving wife.
Family Notices. (1916, February 10). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2104282

Bridget Elizabeth Houghton (formerly Harvey, formerly Fenelon, nee Fullerton) (1845-1923), daughter of William and Mary (nee Dunne) Fullerton.
The Argus, 7 September 1923.  
HOUGHTON - On the 6th September, 1923, at the residence of her sister, Mrs. George Brown, 243 Ascotvale road, Ascotvale, Bridget Elizabeth Houghton, aged 77 years. (Late of Tocumwal.)  
Family Notices. (1923, September 7). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1988222
George Brown (1849-1929), husband of Mary (nee Fullerton) Brown.
The Argus, 16 February 1929.   
BROWN. - On the 15th February, 1929, at his residence, 22 Elizabeth street, Moonee Ponds, George, dearly beloved husband of Mary Brown, father of Effie, George, Will, Grace (deceased), Bob (deceased), Elsie (deceased), Edna (deceased), Elva, and Ted, brother of Mrs T. Hindson, of Charlton, aged 79 years, and 8 months, late of Victorian Railways, Sale, and Ballarat.
Family Notices. (1929, February 16). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), p. 13. Retrieved February 22, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3984933
BROWN.- The Friends of the late Mr. GEORGE BROWN are informed that his funeral will leave his late residence, 22 Elizabeth street. Moonee Ponds. THIS DAY (Saturday), at 3.45 p.m., for the Fawkner Cemetery.
Family Notices. (1929, February 16). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), p. 13. Retrieved February 22, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3984933

Mary Brown (nee Fullerton) (1851-1935), daughter of William and Mary (nee Dunne) Fullerton.
 The Argus, 26 November 1935.  
BROWN. -On the 24th November, at the residence of her daughter (Elva—Mrs L. Austin), Portland (N.S.W.), dearly loved wife of the late George Brown (Victorian Railways), loved mother of Effie (Mrs. J. Bell, Mount Molloy Queensland), Alice (deceased), Jessie (deceased), George (Mentone), William Peter (East Melbourne), Percival (deceased), Gracie (Mrs. W. Austin, deceased), Robert (deceased), Elsie (Mrs. J. Court, deceased), Edna (Mrs. G. Webber, deceased), Elva (Mrs. L. Austin), and Edward (North Melbourne), loved grandmother of George, Edward, and Rose (Mentone), William and Lindsay (Ballarat), Marjorie, Albert, Nancy and Teddy (deceased) (Ascotvale), Mollie (Mrs. E. Joyce, Swan Hill), Nellie (Mrs. M. Michellmore, Yallourn), Robert (Maffra), Leslie (North Melbourne), Yvonne (St. Kilda), [M.] and George (Portland, N.S.W.), great-grandmother of [B.] Joyce (Swan Hill) and [D.] Mitchellmore (Yallourn), aged 83 years. The last of her generation. —United in death. 
[I have replaced some names of people born post 1900 with initials]

Family Notices. (1935, November 26). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article11858246
BROWN. -The Friends of the late Mrs. G. BROWN are respectfully informed that her funeral will leave Spencer street railway station on arrival of the first division of the Sydney express at 11.30 a.m. THIS DAY (Tuesday), for the Fawkner Cemetery.
Family Notices. (1935, November 26). The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), p. 1. Retrieved February 22, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article11858246

De Renzie Percival Fullerton (1884-1943), son of James and Agnes (nee Ord) Fullerton.
 Cairns Post, 9 June 1943.  
OBITUARY  
Mr. de Renzie Fullerton, an old and respected resident of the district passed away suddenly on Tuesday afternoon. The late Mr. Fullerton at one time owned Brooklyn Station. He then made Mitchell Vale his home. About 20 years ago he had sugar interests in the Innisfail district, and later went to the Edie Creek gold rush in New Guinea. Since then he resided continually in the district spending much of his time prospecting in the Mitchell and Palmer River country. The deceased was 58 years of age, and leaves a wife (Mt. Molloy), a daughter, Mrs. Davis (Mt. Molloy), and two sons, de Renzie (Mt Molloy) and Les (R.A.A.F.). to whom we extend our deepest sympathy.
MOLLOY AND DISTRICT NOTES. (1943, June 9). Cairns Post(Qld. : 1909 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved February 23, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article42389548


Elva Jean Fullerton (1912-1934), daughter of De Renzie and Ellen (nee Forsythe) Fullerton.
 Cairns Post, 4 June 1934. 
OBITUARY. 
MISS ELVA FULLERTON. 
It is with the utmost regret that we have to report the sad passing of Miss Elva Fullerton, at her home, Mitchell vale, near Mt Molloy, about 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 31. Miss Elva had been an invalid for nearly two years as the result it is believed, of an accident in the sports field. Nevertheless, her passing came as a shock to the whole district where she will always be remembered as a bright and happy girl, ready to join in any sport. She reached her 21st birthday in November of last year. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs. de Renzie Fullerton, and her brothers and sister are the recipients of the heartfelt sympathy of a very large circle of friends. The funeral took place on Friday, at Mitchell vale, where there is a family cemetery.
OBITUARY. (1934, June 4). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), p. 7. Retrieved February 23, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article41502289

Cairns Post, 8 June 1934.
OBSEQUIES.The funeral for Miss Eva Fullerton took place at the Mitchellvale cemetery on Friday last. A representative of practically every family in the district attended to show regard for one who played a large part in the social life of the district during her active life and sympathy for the sorrowing family. The burial service   was read by Mr. V. E. Stubbin. Her last resting place was made beautiful by a canopy of wreaths.
MOLLOY NOTES. (1934, June 8). Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), p. 9. Retrieved February 24, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article41503131

Francis Leslie Fullerton (1917-1949), son of De Renzie and Ellen (nee Forsythe) Fullerton.

Cairns Post, 11 October 1949.

OBITUARY.News of the death of Mr. Leslie P. Fullerton which occurred in Cairns on September 24 was received with deepest sympathy by his many friends of Mt. Molloy district. Leslie, who was born here 32 years ago, was the youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. de Dresie Fullerton, of Mitchell Vale, one of Mt. Molloy's oldest and most respected families. He received his early education-at the Mt. Molloy State school, and later went to Thorn- burgh College, Charters Towers. He was a genuine friend-quiet and unassuming and respected by all who knew him. He served for five and a half years with the R.A.A.F. in the late war, and like many of his brave comrades, his nerves were affected. He is survived by his  widow, of Cairns, his mother, one sister (Edna) Mrs. G. Davies, of Mossman, and one brother, Drensey, of Mt. Molloy.
MOLLOY AND DISTRICT NOTES. (1949, October 11).Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), p. 6. Retrieved February 24, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article42642472

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Monday, February 25, 2013

February Photo Collage - Day 25 - Effie & Joe Bell

 
This post is for day 25 of the February Photo Collage Festival. Firstly I would like to apologise that I haven't been able to comment on many of the posts by other bloggers. I hope to be able to do so at the end of the month.

The photograph above from my February Photo Collage shows Mary Jemima Euphemia (Effie) Brown (1872-1942) and her husband Joseph Thomas (Joe) Bell in 1931. Effie was the eldest daughter of George Brown and Mary (nee Fullerton) Brown. Effie was born in Sandhurst (Bendigo) in 1872. Her father George was an engine driver for the Victorian Railways and the Brown children were born at various different places over the following years:

  • Alice Elizabeth Brown b.1874 Melbourne d. 1875
  • Margaret Jessie Brown b.1876 Benalla d. 1880 Ballarat
  • George James Fullerton Brown b.1878 Ballarat d. 1940 Mentone
  • William Peter Brown b.1881 Ballarat d.1953 North Fitzroy
  • Grace Marcella Brown b.1883 Ballarat d. 1917 Ascot Vale
  • Robert Melville Brown b.1885 Ballarat d. 1913 Clarendon
  • Agnes Elizabeth Elsie Brown b.1888 Ballarat d. 1920 Melbourne
  • John Percival De Renzie Brown b.1890 Ballarat d.1891 Ballarat
  • Doris Edna Brown b.1892 Ballarat d. 1916 Ascot Vale
  • Margaret Elva Brown b.1894 Ballarat d.1974 Sydney NSW
  • Edward Thomas Brown b.1897 Sale d. 1937 Melbourne

If you have been following my earlier February Photo Collage posts you will notice that the Fullerton siblings often named their children the same names!

In 1905 George Brown won a case of unfair dismissal against the Victorian Railways (I will post the newspaper articles relevant to this case in an an upcoming Trove Tuesday post). With his compensation money, George was able to buy the Corduroy Bridge Hotel in Clarendon, where the family lived from c1906-c1914.

In about 1910 Effie Brown moved from Clarendon, Victoria to Mount Molloy in north Queensland where her first cousin (De Renzie Percival Fullerton) lived. On 2 July 1919 at the age of 47, Effie married Joseph Thomas (Joe) Bell. Effie died at Mareeba, Queensland on 16 May 1942.

Photographer: Unknown.
Location of original: This photograph was scanned from an original held by a cousin, Rosalie. Thanks Rosalie. The original has a message written at the bottom which says: "With love from Auntie Effie + Uncle Joe '31"
Date: 1931.

(Sources available on request)
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Sunday, February 24, 2013

February Photo Collage - Day 24 - James Fullerton's Gravestone

 
This post is for day 24 of the February Photo Collage FestivalToday's photograph from my February Photo Collage is a photograph of the grave of my great great great uncle, James Fullerton (1843-1889), at Mitchell Vale Station, Mount Molloy, Queensland. With thanks to James' descendants for a copy of this photograph. 
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Saturday, February 23, 2013

February Photo Collage - Day 23 - De Renzie Fullerton

 
This post is for day 23 of the February Photo Collage Festival. I am moving on to other branches of the Fullerton family tree now. Today's photograph from my February Photo Collage shows De Renzie Percival Fullerton (1884-1943), the son of James Fullerton (1843-1889) and Agnes Fullerton (nee Ord) (1846-1908).

Photographer: Unknown.
Location of Original: I scanned this from a copy of this photograph held by J. & R. Fullerton (Many thanks)
Date: I would guesstimate that this photograph dates from the 1900s or 1910s.

You may have noticed I missed Days 20, 21 and 22. The photographs from those days are as follows.
Day 20 - The 1940 wedding of Jack, son of Euphemia Mary Fullerton.
Day 21 - F. L. Fullerton, son of De Renzie Percival Fullerton. Served in Europe in the RAAF (Royal Australian Air Force) during World War II.
Day 22 - G.J.D. Fullerton, son of De Renzie Percival Fullerton.
The three photographs mentioned above for days 20, 21 and 22 are featured in my February Photo Collage.
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Friday, February 22, 2013

Follow Friday - New 'Blogs I Follow' Page

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Back in January I decided that I should create a 'Blogs I Follow' page on this blog. I have now created that page, please see Blogs I Follow.

Each month I also hope to write a 'Follow Friday' post listing some of the blog posts that I have enjoyed reading during that month. I would like to do this as an alternative to blog awards, as a way of acknowledging and appreciating the effort and creativity of other genealogy bloggers.

Some blogs I have enjoyed reading during February 2013:
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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

February Photo Collage - Day 19 - Clover Banks

 
This post is for day 19 of the February Photo Collage FestivalToday's photograph from my February Photo Collage shows the 'smithy' (blacksmiths) and barn at 'Clover Banks', Avonmore, Victoria. Thanks to my cousin John H. for a copy of this photograph. 

This property, 'Clover Banks', on the banks of Bendigo Creek, was selected by my Great Great Grandfather Peter Fullerton in the 1870s and lived there for the rest of his life with his wife Dorothea and family of nine daughters and three sons (his second daughter, Alice Maud, died as an infant in 1879). 

The outbuildings and the house are no longer standing. Although the property is no longer owned by a Fullerton descendant, the current owners were kind enough to allow a small group of descendants to have a look around the old home site in February 2009. What follows is a slideshow of some of the photographs I took that day. You'll see from my photographs that, like many old home sites, there are several old Peppercorn trees on the site of 'Clover Banks'. I also photographed bricks from the old house site, an old fence, the old orchard, the remains of some of the outbuildings, the Bendigo Creek, and even an old mine shaft that Peter Fullerton dug himself. 



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Monday, February 18, 2013

February Photo Collage - Day 18 - Annie McCormick (nee Fullerton) Certificate

 
This post is for day 18 of the February Photo Collage Festival. Today's image is a little different. It is a photograph, however it is of a photograph of a certificate, so I am not sure whether it really fits into the photograph category. I've featured this certificate in my February Photo Collage because it relates to my great great aunt Annie Elizabeth McCormick (nee Fullerton) (1881-1941) of whom I don't have a photograph (except for the possibility that she is in this photograph). 

Annie Elizabeth Fullerton was the fourth daughter of Peter & Dorothea Fullerton. In 1908, Annie married Denis McCormick(1876-1942), the son of Michael McCormick and Anne Spellacy. Twelve years later, in 1920, Denis' younger brother, Thomas McCormick, married Annie's younger sister, Nellie Isabella Fullerton.

Annie and Denis farmed near Elmore, Victoria, and then moved slightly west to Prairie, Victoria. They were living at Prairie during the First World War when Annie was a volunteer for the local branch of the Australian Red Cross Society. The certificate (shown above) says: 
This Certificate 
is awarded to
Mrs D. McCormick, Prairie Branch
in recognition of the three years devoted service under
The Australian Red Cross Society
(B.R.C.S)
during the Great War 1914 1919

They later moved back to Avonmore near Elmore. Annie and Denis had no children. Annie died in Bendigo on 10 April 1941 the age of 59. She was buried in the Elmore Cemetery. Denis died over a year later at Elmore on 2 November 1942. He was also buried in the Elmore Cemetery. 

(Sources available on request)
Denis McCormick and Annie McCormick (nee Fullerton) gravestone at the Elmore Cemetery.
Photograph taken 2 January 2005.
Inscription reads:
In Loving Memory of
Denis McCormick
Died 2nd Nov. 1942. Aged 66.
Also his wife Annie
Died 10th April 1941. Aged 59. 
Denis McCormick and Annie McCormick (nee Fullerton) gravestone at the Elmore Cemetery.
Photograph taken 26 February 2009.
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Sunday, February 17, 2013

February Photo Collage - Day 17 - Margaret Fullerton & William Gleeson

 

This post is for day 17 of the February Photo Collage Festival.

The photograph above, from my February Photo Collage, is the 1926 wedding photograph of my great great aunt Margaret Louisa (Maggie) Fullerton (1897-1968) and her husband William Thomas Gleeson (1895-1950) . Maggie was the ninth and youngest daughter of Peter & Dorothea Fullerton.  My Grandma, who would have been nearly 14 years old, acted as bridesmaid for her aunt. 

I still need to find the newspaper reports for all these Fullerton weddings. It will involve some old fashioned trawling through the local newspapers on microfilm at the library, but it will be worth it! 

Photographer: Unknown.
Location of Original: I digitised this from a copy in my Grandma's album, now in the possession of my uncle. The copy was sent to my Grandma by her first cousin Kath, who may have the original.
Date and Place: 2 June 1926, Elmore, Victoria.

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Saturday, February 16, 2013

February Photo Collage - Day 16 - Ethel Fullerton & Thomas Tobin

 
This post is for day 16 of the February Photo Collage Festival.

The photograph above, from my February Photo Collage, shows my great great aunt Ethel Maud (Ettie) Fullerton (1896-1955) and her husband Thomas Tobin (1890-1966) on the occasion of their wedding in 1922. Ettie was the eighth daughter of Peter & Dorothea Fullerton

Photographic Studio: Melba & Co. Melbourne.
Location of Original: In the possession of my cousins D & A Watson. I have a digitised copy of this photograph.
Date: 1922.

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Friday, February 15, 2013

February Photo Collage - Day 15 - Doris Fullerton & Jack Holmberg

 
This post is for day 15 of the February Photo Collage Festival.

The photograph above, from my February Photo Collage, shows my great great aunt Doris Edna Fullerton (1893-1985) and her husband John (Jack) Holmberg (1890-1979) on the occasion of their wedding in 1921. Doris was the seventh daughter of Peter & Dorothea Fullerton. Jack Holmberg had served in the 38th Battalion of the AIF with his friend, Doris' brother George Brown Fullerton

Photographic Studio:Vincent Kelly, Bendigo.
Location of Original: In the possession of my cousins D & A Watson I have a digitised copy of this photograph.
Date: 1921.
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