|| Linked to
||cremation Garden bed U 9 E ||Mary Jane O'NEILL
||(Cremation ashes removed ||Charles Norman O'NIELL
||Lived in USA ||Eileen “Bobs” PACKMAN
||Emigrated from Bromley, Kent to Sydney in 1872-3.|
Residence Fernleight Freemans reach Windsor NSW
||Car Accident ||Richard Owen PACKMAN
||Lived 13 Queen St Sandy Bay|
Motorist in Crash
on Bad Bend
When a car crashed into the
front of a lorry on a bad bend on
the Kingston-road this afternoon,
Richard Owen Packman (25), of
13 Queen-street, Sandy Bay, was
killed instantly. His companion,
Miss Joan Copcutt (17), of 6 Re
gent-street, Sandy Bay, suffered
concussion, but her condition is
The car was proceeding from King
ston to Hobart and met the lorry in
collision on a well-known bend near
the Kingston bridge. Packman was
thrown from the driving seat of his
car underneath the lorry, and although
no external injury was discernible, he
died instantly. Both vehicles were
Dr. C. Atkins arrived on the scene
soon after the accident and ordered
the body to be removed to the morgue,
and Miss Copcutt to the Hobart Pub.
Herbert John Woolley, of Kettering,
was the driver of the lorry, which also
contained his wife and three children
as passengers. They were uninjured.
Woolley informed the police that he
was driving from Hobart to Kingston
and his speed down the hill towards
the bend was 10 m.p.h. He stated
that Packman's car came suddenly
round the .bend on its wrong side
travelling at a fast rate. The car,
he said, struck the lorry in front, on
the driver's side.
|Richard Owen PACKMAN
A wedding of interest to Devonport
residents was recently celebrated at
Cronulla, n Sydney suburb. A published
A lovoly veil of white tullo, tucked
and embroidered in pearls with ' true
lovers' knots, foll from a circlet of
orango blossom to form the train of
Miss Roma 1'nckman's wedding frock
at her marriage. Tho gown was of
parchment satin made very long, with
graceful bustle and pearl trimmings >on
tho front. Tho brido carried a Bhonf
of whito gladioli with cluster of
j The bride is tho daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Packman, of Ranelagh.
Cronulla, and tho bridegroom Dnvid
James, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Wil
liam Barratt, of Devonport, Tasmania.
Tho ceremony was performed at the
church of St. Stephen, Bellevue Hill,
by Bev. Edwin Shipley.
Miss May Campbell mado * pretty
bridesmaid, her frock being of lettuce
greon chiffon, mado very full, with long
sleeves to her coatee. She carried a
sheaf of lemon gladioli clustered with
gold roses to match her small, smart,
little lemon felt hat. Shoes wero green.
Mr. Bert Bao was tho best man.
A reception was held at tho home of
tho bride's sister. Mrs. Clive Allpress,
Bunyula road, Bellevue Hill, "where
Mrs. Packman Tccclvcd her guests,
wearing a frock of navy bluo wool de
chine, with navy velour hat and bird
mount in white. Mrs. Barratt, tho
bridegroom's mother, was in black cos
tumo with black hat.
Mrs. Barratt left for her honeymoon
in a brown tailored suit, worn with one
of tho small, smart, brown hats, and
Fix this text
on their return tho couple will live at
||Known as Rene. Returned to Tasmania from India in 1935.|
Lived 25 Rocklyn Ave Moonah Oct 1958.
Son Pat sole beneficiary.
|Catherine Irene PATMORE
||RC S 130 ||Catherine Irene PATMORE
||Did she marry Keith Hay 13 feb 1929?|
He died Oct 1977 aged 69 his wife died Jul 1962 aged 51 both buried at ND 256 RD Cornelian Bay.
|Coral Mary PATMORE
||CE DD 177 ||George Thomas PATMORE
||Enlisted 17 jul 1915,|
45th Bat 1st AIF wounded in France returned to Australia April 1919. Unmarried.
5 april 1938
C. Patmore and Co. Pty. Ltd.-Capital.
£2.000. To take over the business of
furniture and antique dealer carried on
by Jack Patmore. Subscribers: Jack
Patmore. antique dealer. Hobart: Jeanetta Patmore. antique dealer. Hobart.
|John Joseph (Jack) PATMORE
||RC T 94 ||John Joseph (Jack) PATMORE
||CE K 45 ||Joshua PATMORE
||CE DD 177 ||Katie (Kitty) Priscilla Prudence PATMORE
||OBTAINED DIVORCE FOR DESERTION JUNE 1952. ||Katie (Kitty) Priscilla Prudence PATMORE
||Did she marry Harold Charles Arthur Boon (b 1895 in Hobart) on 18 Oct 1920? ||Lillian (Lily) Mary (May) PATMORE
||8 children ||Mary Adelaide PATMORE
||aka Olive May|
Alive in 1937.
|Olive Mary PATMORE
||RC N 82 ||Richard Stanley PATMORE
||12th bat AIF EZ co. ||William Albert PATMORE
||CE DD 177 ||William Richard PATMORE
||Probably Cranbrook. ||William Richard PATMORE
||William and Catherine are buried together. With them is their daughter Kitty and Mrs Alberta Ethel Tennant (nee Luttrell) who died in May 1922 when she was 41. Mrs Tennant’s hisband was William George Tenant (1909-). ||William Richard PATMORE
||RC N 82 ||William Richard James PATMORE
||Convicted of sheep stealing at Black Brush in 1824. Maquarie harbour for 14 years. ||John PECK
||Transported for 14 years for stealing a horse.|
Arrived on Asia. Only misdemeanours on record.
||Forebear of Maureen Martin. ||Emma POOLE
||Paul Harding, a seaman, was convicted of bigamy in June 1858 for having married Sarah Ann Poole while his wife Elizabeth Buchanan was still alive. Buchanan was at this time in the New Norfolk Lunatic Asylum.|
Harding, under then name Richard Sealey, had married Sarah Ann Poole at St Johns in Goulburn St on 10 August 1857. He claimed Sarah’s mother induced him to marry ‘to preserve her character’. Mrs Poole denied this in court.
He was sentenced to 4 years gaol.
See also Merc 19 April 1858 page 2 for a longer account.
|Sarah Ann POOLE
||ashes retained ||Grace Elizabeth POPE
||Deputy Governor of Hobart gaol and a fingerprint expert ||William Harley POPE
||Convict on Scarborough|
Early settlers of Glenorchy
||Premier of Tasmania in 1903 ||William Bispham PROPSTING
||married Robert Andrew Rosendale see Williams tree ||Margaret Frances RANAHAN
||RC H 447 ||Gwendolyn Doris RANKIN
||Five children; fourth was Selvie Bertha. ||Matilda REID
||CE CD 45 ||Helen May RENNIE
||Was in Parattah from at least 1879.|
The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860-1954)
Our little town has been quite busy
lately. Last Wednesday a social and
dance were held in Jubilee Hall to fare-
well Mr. and Mrs. W. Rennie, who have
gone to Glenorchy. The Warden acted as
chairman, and spoke warmly on Mr.
Rennie's never failing attention to his
duties, 'and helpfulness to all in any mat-
ter for the welfare of the district. Mr.
Nettlefold then presented the guest of
the evening with a handsome clock and
cruet. Several other gentlemen spoke in
complimentary terms, and Mr. Peat re-
sponded for the recipient. Those who
assisted vocally were, Misses Jillett and
McDermott, and Messrs. Richards, Syd.
Burbury, A. Tanner, H. Boley; also
Mr. Ledwell (Hobart) with gramophone
selections. Misses Webster provided music
for the dance, which was greatly enjoyed.
Thanks were given for all who had as-
sisted in one of the largest socials in the
hall. Mr. and Mrs. Rennie left by the
mail for their now home.
||12 children ||Henry James RICHARDS
||CE O 523 ||Mary (May) Elizabeth RICHARDS
||Rothwells Furniture. ||Algernon Charles ROTHWELL
||Played four matches for Tasmania in cricket in 1933-34.|
ave 30.5 batting and took 7 wickets
|John Wilson ROTHWELL
||died aged 83 ||Robert Arthur SANDERSON
||Transported on david malcolm arr 25 aug 1845 for 15 years for burglary tried York Tof L 8/3/1853/|
pardon 12 June 1855
|Joseph Spicknel SCOTT
||Possibly known as "Sugar" ||Daniel Ussher SEATON
||Arrived Australia per Accrington 24 August 1862.|
Admitted to Woogaroo Asylum 19 August 1891.
|Francis Michael SEATON
||cause ‘congestion of the brain’. ||Francis Michael SEATON
||Barrister of Phillip St Sydney. Home in 1945 - 56 Wunulla Rd ||George Edward C SEATON
||“usual residence “Hannibal” Cobbity NSW” ||Josephine Frances (Fanny) Mary SEATON
||The birth of a girl of the same name was registered in 1899, perhaps Married as 'Josephine F Seaton' ||Josephine Frances (Fanny) Mary SEATON