Eusebius Drage

#2939, b. 5 Sep 1888, d. 24 Aug 1943
FatherThomas Drage b. 1837, d. 2 Jun 1893
MotherJane Bandy b. 12 May 1845, d. 31 May 1901
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*5 Sep 1888 Eusebius Drage , son of Thomas Drage and Jane Bandy, was born on Wednesday, 5 Sep 1888 at Northampton, WA, AUS
Marriage*21 Aug 1912  On Wednesday, 21 Aug 1912 Eusebius Drage married Frances Lurline Hipper in Northampton, WA, AUS
Death*24 Aug 1943 Eusebius Drage died, Northampton, WA on 24 Aug 1943. 

Family

Frances Lurline Hipper b. 3 Jul 1894, d. 21 Aug 1984
Last Edited20 Oct 2004

Eusebius Hewet Drage1

#5123, b. 24 Nov 1800, d. 1853
Birth*24 Nov 1800 Eusebius Hewet Drage whose parents are unknown was born on Monday, 24 Nov 1800 at Wollaston, NTH, ENG.1 
Marriage*29 Nov 1821  On Thursday, 29 Nov 1821 Eusebius Hewet Drage married Elizabeth Ross in Bozeat, NTH, ENG.1 
Death*1853 Eusebius Hewet Drage died, Wellingborough, NTH in 1853.1 

Family

Elizabeth Ross b. 1801
Child

Citations

  1. [S39] Information from Emma Drage tree on G-R Apr 2008.
Last Edited9 Apr 2008

Frederick Bernard Drage

#2937, b. 22 Apr 1882, d. 14 Jul 1948
FatherThomas Drage b. 1837, d. 2 Jun 1893
MotherJane Bandy b. 12 May 1845, d. 31 May 1901
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*22 Apr 1882 Frederick Bernard Drage , son of Thomas Drage and Jane Bandy, was born on Saturday, 22 Apr 1882 at Northampton, WA, AUS
Marriage*20 May 1903  On Wednesday, 20 May 1903 Frederick Bernard Drage married Elizabeth Jane Carpenter in Geraldton, WA, AUS
Death*14 Jul 1948 Frederick Bernard Drage died, Northampton, WA on 14 Jul 1948. 

Family

Elizabeth Jane Carpenter b. 17 Oct 1880, d. 11 Nov 1953
Last Edited20 Oct 2004

Henry Ross Drage

#2935, b. 13 May 1877, d. 9 Mar 1948
FatherThomas Drage b. 1837, d. 2 Jun 1893
MotherJane Bandy b. 12 May 1845, d. 31 May 1901
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*13 May 1877 Henry Ross Drage , son of Thomas Drage and Jane Bandy, was born on Sunday, 13 May 1877 at Mumby, Northampton, WA, AUS
Marriage*21 Apr 1914  On Tuesday, 21 Apr 1914 Henry Ross Drage married Ada Williams in Northampton, WA, AUS
Death*9 Mar 1948 Henry Ross Drage died, Northampton, WA on 9 Mar 1948. 

Family

Ada Williams b. 28 Sep 1892, d. 8 Apr 1973
Last Edited20 Oct 2004

James Drage

#3208, b. 19 Mar 1879, d. 25 Mar 1879
FatherThomas Drage b. 1837, d. 2 Jun 1893
MotherJane Bandy b. 12 May 1845, d. 31 May 1901
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*19 Mar 1879 James Drage , son of Thomas Drage and Jane Bandy, was born on Wednesday, 19 Mar 1879 at Mumby, Northampton, WA, AUS
Death*25 Mar 1879 James Drage died at Mumby, Northampton, WA on 25 Mar 1879. 
Note*  James Drage died in infancy. 
Last Edited20 Oct 2004

Joseph Herbert Drage

#2930, b. 14 Mar 1869, d. 22 Aug 1918
FatherThomas Drage b. 1837, d. 2 Jun 1893
MotherJane Bandy b. 12 May 1845, d. 31 May 1901
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*14 Mar 1869 Joseph Herbert Drage , son of Thomas Drage and Jane Bandy, was born on Sunday, 14 Mar 1869 at Gwalla, WA, AUS
Marriage*15 Sep 1890  On Monday, 15 Sep 1890 Joseph Herbert Drage married Edith Mary Patton in Gwalla, WA, AUS
Death*22 Aug 1918 Joseph Herbert Drage died, Northampton, WA on 22 Aug 1918. 

Family

Edith Mary Patton b. 19 Aug 1870, d. 25 Jul 1941
Last Edited20 Oct 2004

Maria (Molly) Drage

#2934, b. 1 Aug 1875, d. 10 Jul 1901
FatherThomas Drage b. 1837, d. 2 Jun 1893
MotherJane Bandy b. 12 May 1845, d. 31 May 1901
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*1 Aug 1875 Maria (Molly) Drage , daughter of Thomas Drage and Jane Bandy, was born on Sunday, 1 Aug 1875 at Northampton, WA, AUS
Marriage*9 Jun 1897  On Wednesday, 9 Jun 1897 Maria (Molly) Drage married James John Jenner in Geraldton, WA, AUS
Death*10 Jul 1901 Maria (Molly) Drage died, Geraldton, WA on 10 Jul 1901. 

Family

James John Jenner b. 16 Nov 1866, d. 11 Jan 1951
Last Edited20 Oct 2004

Martha Dora Sarah Drage

#2933, b. 4 Apr 1874, d. 13 Aug 1943
FatherThomas Drage b. 1837, d. 2 Jun 1893
MotherJane Bandy b. 12 May 1845, d. 31 May 1901
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*4 Apr 1874 Martha Dora Sarah Drage , daughter of Thomas Drage and Jane Bandy, was born on Saturday, 4 Apr 1874 at Gwalla, WA, AUS
Marriage*11 Jul 1892  On Monday, 11 Jul 1892 Martha Dora Sarah Drage married Sydney Martin John Hosken in Gwalla, WA, AUS
Marriage*  Martha Dora Sarah Drage married John Hoskin
Death*13 Aug 1943 Martha Dora Sarah Drage died, Northampton, WA on 13 Aug 1943. 

Family 1

Sydney Martin John Hosken b. 4 Nov 1871, d. 3 Feb 1951

Family 2

John Hoskin b. c 1874
Last Edited20 Oct 2004

Matthew Drage1,2

#4406, b. c 1873
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Birth*c 1873 Matthew Drage whose parents are unknown was born c 1873.1,2 
Marriage*Jun 1896  On Jun 1896 Matthew Drage married Ada Mary Bandy, daughter of John Bandy and Harriet Pratt, in Northampton, NTH, ENG.1 
Census 1901*31 Mar 1901 On 31 Mar 1901 Matthew Drage and Ada Mary Bandy were listed the census at College St Irthlingboro Village, Iboro, NTH, ENG. Mathew and Ada have Ada's brothers staying with them.2 

Family

Ada Mary Bandy b. 4 Jun 1874

Citations

  1. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 3b 213(C:4A).
  2. [S50] 1901 Census :RG13 1439 87 37 210 married to Ada.
Last Edited22 Jun 2006

Stillborn (Male) Drage

#3259, b. 1891
FatherThomas Drage b. 1837, d. 2 Jun 1893
MotherJane Bandy b. 12 May 1845, d. 31 May 1901
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*1891 Stillborn (Male) Drage , son of Thomas Drage and Jane Bandy, was born in 1891. 
Last Edited20 Oct 2004

Thomas Drage

#2927, b. 1837, d. 2 Jun 1893
FatherEusebius Hewet Drage1 b. 24 Nov 1800, d. 1853
MotherElizabeth Ross1 b. 1801
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*1837 Thomas Drage , son of Eusebius Hewet Drage and Elizabeth Ross, was born in 1837 at Wellingborough, NTH, ENG; Thomas was the 2nd youngest of 7 children.1 
Marriage*1 May 1862  On Thursday, 1 May 1862 Thomas Drage married Jane Bandy, daughter of Thomas Bandy and Sarah Parks, in Glengarry, Glengarry, WA, AUS.2,3 
Death*2 Jun 1893 Thomas Drage died, Northampton, WA on 2 Jun 1893. 
Note*  As well as producing 16 children, Thomas and Jane Drage also produced an un-named male child (probably stillborn) in 1892.
Thomas was the youngest son of Euseabius and Elizabeth Drage, and was born at Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England in 1837. He arrived in the Colony aboard the "William Hammond" in 1856 at the age of 19. His forebears came to England in 1714 in the entourage of George 1 from Germany. They later settled in Cambridgeshire where they were granted a large acreage of land at Ely for aid rendered to the crown. It was at this city (then called Elying) that the Drage family was presented with a coat of arms by King George 11 in 1757. Some of the family moved into the nearby county of Northamptonshire and it was here that Thomas was born.
His parents, like so many other small landholders in the area, were enticed to sell theri holdings during the Industrial Revolution to the more wealthy landholders. Some were employed as labourers, while others rushed to the cities in an attempt to gain employment in the factories.
Because of his love of the land, Thomas sought, and managed to gain employment in his own village. Here he worked for a little over 2 years before becomming the innocent victim of a crime he did not commit. Such were the laws of the 18th and 19th centuries, that judges had little option when it came to sentencing men and women appearing before them. More often than not, it was a choice between transportation or death. One critic summed it up by saying that the choice open to the judges lay between sentencing them to the New World or the next. He was sentenced and was soon on his way to the Swan River Colony not knowing that his appeal had been successful and that he had been cleared of the charge. It was not until several months after his arrival that he knew of his good fortune and that he was once more a free man. He was released in Geraldton in 1857 after having been sent there soon after his arrival in the Colony. Not a word of apology was offered for his incarceration, so it was understandable that he was exceedingly bitter against his treatment. The decision in the first place, even if he had been found guilty, was harsh and unjust, and for a youngster of his age, the traumatic experience he suffered must have had an adverse effect upon his health. This is quite apparent as in later life, he suffered great pain and died at the early age of 56 years.
Though he had suffered much both mentally and physically during his incarceration, he had no desire to return to his native land where unemployment went hand in hand with poverty. Moreover, he had grown to love the the wild beauty of the land where he felt so much at peace. Already he was formulating plans for his future and also that of his family.
After his marriage to Jane in 1862, he remained with Aubrey Brown at Glengarry for over 2 years until he had enough money saved to put his plans into operation. He then moved to Northampton and acquired the leasehold of Mount View station, where rough quarters had been erected for stock minders who looked after the stock for the previous leasees. Here Thomas and Jane with their young family lived for many years. Thomas acquired the best stock from other pastoralists and by careful choice of good bulls and stallions, increased his numbers. In-breeding was avoided so he found a ready market for his animals. It is worth noting that when a new settler wished to start in business, he was able to lease stock from other settlers on the undertaking that a similar number be replaced after a given time. Also bulls and stallions were exchanged to avoid in-breeding. As Thomas did not possess enough money to buy his animals, he used this method to achieve his goal.
It is well to explain at this stage the position of land tenure which existed in the Colony at that time. In the Education Committee's book entitled 'An Atlas of Human Endeavour', it states:- "Cheap and plentiful Crown land was the lure which attracted the first British settlers to the Colony in 1829. many large speculators had their fingers burnt. However for a half a century after 1840 it was pastoralism on land leased from the Crown rather than crop farming on privately owned land which dominated land utilisation in Western Australia. The pastoralists paid an annual rent of ten shillings per 1000 acres leased. This act was changed later in the century."
So Thomas was able to exploit this situation to the full extent of his assets. Scrub was left uncleared with the exception of the home paddocks, which were used during round-up and branding seasons. These were usually held during the autumn season. At this time, the culling out of the poorer quality stock was also carried out. The large trees were ringbarked and when dead, were burnt down. However the scrub was 'fired' before the first winter rains so that the regrowth ensured feed for the stock.
Dingoes were making the rearing of sheep almost an impossibility. Baiting, trapping and organised shooting of these predators almost decimated them and the number of sheep gradually increased. This, coupled with the use of superphosphate for the growing of crops, led to an area which was termed "mixed farming." This was ideal country for merino sheep and the top prices brought for fine merino wool induced Thomas and his sons to invest heavily in this sphere with great zest and success.
Each farmer grew his own vegetables and the task of attending to them usually fell to the women and children, as the men were working from dawn to dusk. It was a difficult and hard life.
Of course Thomas had bad times, especially during the first few years of operations, but he was not afraid of work. He contracted to cart led to the port of Geraldton and worked with other settlers during those difficult months. However, he never lost sight of his main objective and ultimately triumphed over those initial set-backs. With the help of his sons, his aims became easier to attain. When good land was offered for sale he either leased or bought it if the price was reasonable. This added to his holdings. By 1880, he obtained the leasehold of Murchison House Station and he now had over 200,000 acres to supervise. He was the architect of his planning, but his son Thomas proved rto be an able lieutenant to manage his affairs. When his other sons were old enough they joined Thomas at Murchison House.
The first railway was built from geraldton to Northampton in 1879. Its primary role was to carry the lead and copper mined in the district to Geraldton. However by 1899, when world prices slumped, the Geraldton mine closed and was not re-opened until 1910 when prices again rose. Now, no lead is mined in the area. The years between 1870 and 1890 were profitable ones for Thomas because during those years, more than 500 Cornish miners came to the district to mine the lead and copper. Many brought their wives and children with them. Horses were required not only for riding, but also for the transport of the metal mined. Beef was also needed to feed these people. Thomas and other settlers thus benefited by this influx of population. He thus laid the solid foundations for his success. In 1887 he sold his interests in Mount View Station and moved to a property close to Northampton. Both he and Jane took a more active part in civic affairs. In 1893 he was elected Chairman of the Northampton Roads Board, but hard work and illness had taken its toll. He died on June 2 of that year. An account of the life and character of Thomas Drage is to be found in his obituary on page 2 of the Geraldton Guardian of 5 June 1893.
"We very much regret to chronicle the death of Mr Thomas Drage, an old and respected colonist and a long standing resident of Northampton. The sad event occurred at his residence on Friday morning last, after a painful illness caused by a complication of diseases. He was attended during his sickness by Dr. Laffen, who did all for him that medical skill could suggest, but, as the end proved, without avail. Mr Drage had been nearly forty years in the colony, and his perserverance and industry had enabled him to secure for himself a position of independence for some years previous to his death. He was a member of the Northampton Roads Board, and everyone who knew him esteemed his uprightness and other admirable traits of character. Mr Drage was one of the most popular squatters, and his possessions of cattle, sheep and horses were very large. He leaves a wife and a large family of grown-up sons and daughters to keep his name in affectionate remembrance. The funerla took place on Sunday, with Mr. Haselby officiating, in the absence of the Rev Canon Louch who was unable to attend. Nearly all of Northampton followed the remains to the grave. Mr Drage was 56 years of age at the time of his death."
Thomas Drage employed 8 Ticket of Leave men to work as shepherds and general labourers on his numerous holdings.
After Thomas' death, his eldest son, Thomas Amos Drage took over the mangement of his large estate. He was a young man of forceful character, with a shrewd head for business and the ability to manage men. He was ably assited by his brothers William, Joseph, Albert and Henry Ross. The lease of Mount View had expired in 1887 so the boys, after consultation with their father, decided not to renew the lease as it was considered that Murchison House was by far the better poposition. So the brothers sold the family interests. Their father purchased a small property close to Northampton and the boys, after culling out the poorer quality stock, substituted it with stock of better breeding. In 1913, Henry Ross and his younger brother Euseabius, took over the lease from the older boys, but sold it to the Nizam of Hyderabad in 1925. Henry Ross took over Jib Jib Station, while Euseabius purchased Trevenson which is now owned by E. Keith Drage, his eldest son. Both boys started sheep studs and met with great success as wire netting was at this time available, and it controlled the dingoes effectively. Yandi Station was leased in 1899 and Yallalong in 1900. Several smaller holdings were added to these during the years that followed. Lynton was one of these and so the family was able to maintain affluence in the community. All of the daughters of Thomas and Jane married into respectable families and they, too, lived in comfortable circumstances. 

Family

Jane Bandy b. 12 May 1845, d. 31 May 1901
Children

Citations

  1. [S39] Information from Emma Drage tree on G-R Apr 2008.
  2. [S104] Online marriage record :Marriage: FmP: Western Australia Marriage index Transcription 1778/62.
  3. [S39] Information from Sue White (Australia) of D0484 Jane Bandy's line by email 27Jan2018: " For many years it was thought that Sarah was from Durham... but she was the daughter of Amos Parkes and Elizabeth, nee Harris, marr 9 Aug 1813, Tipton, Staffordshire. Sarah was born in 1814 at Oldbury, Worcestershire.
    She married Thomas Bandy 28 Oct 1832, Bristol. Chn: Elizabeth Ann bp 3 Oct 1835, Stoke Damerel, Devon d 17 Nov, 1835, Clarence Court, Stoke Damerel, Devon. Mary Ann bp 13 Nov 1836, Bristol, d 6 Apr 1837, Mottram in Longdendale, Cheshire Louisa d 8 Feb 1840, Irish Gares, Carlisle, Cumberland Thomas Amos William Henry b 25 May 1842, Tiverton, Devon Jane Elizabeth Maria George Joseph b 6 Aug 1855, Perth Stillborn m 1856, Perth.
Last Edited27 Jan 2018

Thomas Amos Drage

#2928, b. 16 Aug 1864, d. 14 Oct 1919
FatherThomas Drage b. 1837, d. 2 Jun 1893
MotherJane Bandy b. 12 May 1845, d. 31 May 1901
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*16 Aug 1864 Thomas Amos Drage , son of Thomas Drage and Jane Bandy, was born on Tuesday, 16 Aug 1864 at Wanerenooka, WA, AUS
Marriage*4 Oct 1897  On Monday, 4 Oct 1897 Thomas Amos Drage married Elizabeth Amanda Keating in Perth, WA, AUS
Marriage*4 Jul 1917  On Wednesday, 4 Jul 1917 Thomas Amos Drage married Edith Mary Hasleby in Dongara, WA, AUS
Death*14 Oct 1919 Thomas Amos Drage died on 14 Oct 1919 (Knoch Brack - The Bowes). 

Family 1

Elizabeth Amanda Keating b. 28 Oct 1877, d. 23 Sep 1915

Family 2

Edith Mary Hasleby b. 1876, d. 29 Jul 1947
Last Edited22 Dec 2015

William John Drage

#2929, b. 4 Apr 1866, d. 31 Jul 1937
FatherThomas Drage b. 1837, d. 2 Jun 1893
MotherJane Bandy b. 12 May 1845, d. 31 May 1901
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Australian line of Thomas (D0493) 1805
Birth*4 Apr 1866 William John Drage , son of Thomas Drage and Jane Bandy, was born on Wednesday, 4 Apr 1866 at Gwalla, WA, AUS
Marriage*4 Jan 1901  On Friday, 4 Jan 1901 William John Drage married Selena Mary Haigh in Gwalla, WA, AUS
Death*31 Jul 1937 William John Drage died, Northampton, WA on 31 Jul 1937. 

Family

Selena Mary Haigh b. 30 Jun 1880, d. 4 Dec 1949
Last Edited6 Jan 2018

Doris Mary Ellen Drane1,2,3

#978, b. 8 Jul 1915, d. 2002
ReferenceD1478-S1
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Birth*8 Jul 1915 Doris Mary Ellen Drane whose parents are unknown was born on Thursday, 8 Jul 1915.3 
Marriage*Dec 1938  On Dec 1938 Doris Mary Ellen Drane married Frank Bandy, son of Harry Bandy and Madelaine Parrish, in Staines, MDX, ENG.1,4 
1939 Register*29 Sep 1939  Doris Mary Ellen Drane is listed in the 1939 Register with Frank Bandy at 51 Sutton Court, Chiswick, MDX, ENG, the entry contains 06 Sep 1912 Male Stores Manager & 08 Jul 1915 Female Unpaid Domestic Duties.5 
Death*2002 Doris Mary Ellen Drane died in 2002.3 

Family

Frank Bandy b. 6 Sep 1912, d. 1991

Citations

  1. [S9] Researcher: Ken Bandy including his extract and work on the GRO Indexes.
  2. [S39] Information from Philip Holt [e-mail address] son of late S.H.Holt and Gwenda Mary Bandy.
  3. [S39] Information from Mary Cleare daughter of Doris Drane.
  4. [S6] General Register Office Index Entry :GRO Ref: 3a 15 (Staines).
  5. [S101] Derek BandyFind My Past, "1939 Register" :FmP: 1939 Register: RG101/0677F/006/1 Letter Code: BBCL.
Last Edited4 Aug 2016

Maud Ethel Drinkwater1,2

#2714, b. 6 Nov 1902, d. 1988
ReferenceD1110-S1
Chartsline of John (D0962) c 1715 in Herts & Beds
Birth*6 Nov 1902 Maud Ethel Drinkwater whose parents are unknown was born on Thursday, 6 Nov 1902. 
Marriage*25 Dec 1919  On Thursday, 25 Dec 1919 Maud Ethel Drinkwater married Percy Jonas Bandy, son of Arthur John Bandy and Annie Hull, in St Clement, Notting Hill, Kensington, MDX, ENG,he is 25, a plasterer of 25 Bangor St, Notting Hill. She is 20, a storekeeper of the same address. His father is Arthur also a plasterer. The witneses are an Arthur (brother or father?) and a DollyBandy so far unidentified..3,2 
1939 Register*29 Sep 1939  Maud Ethel Drinkwater is listed in the 1939 Register with Percy Jonas Bandy at 294 Lancaster Road, Notting Hill, MDX, ENG, the entry contains 13 Jun 1893 Male Builders Labourer & Poss 2 closed BANDY, 06 Nov 1902 Female Laundry Worker.4 
Death*1988 Maud Ethel Drinkwater died, Hammersmith, MDX in 1988 (Born 6.11.1902.)5 

Family

Percy Jonas Bandy b. 13 Jun 1893, d. Mar 1959
Children

Citations

  1. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 1a 409(D:18)x-refd.
  2. [S10] Parish Register extracted by Derek Bandy :Marriage: Ancestry: London, England, Marriages and Banns, 1754-1921, image seen.
  3. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 1a 409(D:18).
  4. [S101] Derek BandyFind My Past, "1939 Register" :FmP: 1939 Register: RG101/0324I/002/6 Letter Code: AMPE.
  5. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO Reg0688/Vol12/Page1447(D:72A).
  6. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 1a 274(D:15).
  7. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 1a 237(D:15A).
Last Edited12 Nov 2019

Beatrice M Dudley1

#4184, b. 7 May 1900
ReferenceD2346-S1
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Birth*7 May 1900 Beatrice M Dudley whose parents are unknown was born on Monday, 7 May 1900.1,2 
Marriage*Jun 1936  On Jun 1936 Beatrice M Dudley married John Henry Bandy, son of Zebedee Bandy and Rosalie Woolhead, in Aylesbury, BKM, ENG.1 
(Witness) DeathMar 1959 Beatrice M Dudley witnessed the Death of John Henry Bandy in Mar 1959 at Aylesbury, BKM, ENG; age 55.3 

Family

John Henry Bandy b. 5 Jan 1905, d. Mar 1959
Child

Citations

  1. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 3a 3731(D.28).
  2. [S101] Derek BandyFind My Past, "1939 Register" :FmP: 1939 Register: Ref: RG101/2098G/014/10 Letter Code:.
  3. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 6a 434(D:42).
  4. [S25] Researcher: Peter G Jones' complete extract of the GRO Index :PJ: GRO 3a 1941(D.25).
Last Edited21 Jun 2016

unknown Duffy1

#3841, b. c 1880, d. b 1919
Birth*c 1880 unknown Duffy whose parents are unknown was born c 1880.1 
Marriage*c 1900  On c 1900 unknown Duffy married Lily Elizabeth Day.1 
Death*b 1919 Unknown Duffy died b 1919.1 

Family

Lily Elizabeth Day b. c 1880

Citations

  1. [S14] Certified Copy of Birth Marriage or Death Entry :Wife a widow at her marriage M Cert 220 GRO Ref: 2a 979 Croydon Sep Q 1919.
Last Edited30 Nov 2005

Heather Sandra Duncan1

#3469, b. c 1945, d. 10 Apr 2013
Chartsline of Richard's Father c 1505
Birth*c 1945 Heather Sandra Duncan whose parents are unknown was born c 1945.2 
Marriage*c 1970  On c 1970 Heather Sandra Duncan married Peter Wallis Bandey, son of David Wallis Bandey and Florence May Brecknock.1 
Death*10 Apr 2013 Heather Sandra Duncan died on 10 Apr 2013.3 

Family

Peter Wallis Bandey b. c 1944, d. 30 Dec 2017

Citations

  1. [S39] Information from daughter Tracy Ann McKay (nee Bandey) in South Africa.
  2. [S16] Derek Bandy, "Conjecture."
  3. [S39] Information from daughter Tracy McKay by email 03Sep2018.
Last Edited3 Sep 2018

(?) Dunkley or Hull1

#5804, b. c 1873
Chartsline of John (D0211) c 1751 in Caddington
line of Joseph (D1424) in Hertfordshire 1791
Birth*c 1873 (?) Dunkley or Hull whose parents are unknown was born c 1873.1 
Marriage*Jun 1894  On Jun 1894 (?) Dunkley or Hull married Alice Bandy, daughter of David Bandy and Charlotte Godfrey, in Luton, BDF, ENG.1 

Family

Alice Bandy b. Jun 1873

Citations

  1. [S6] General Register Office Index Entry :Marriage: GRO Ref: 3b 739/freeBMD Luton 1894.06.00.
Last Edited9 Sep 2014

William Dunlop1

#5578, b. 1867
Birth*1867 William Dunlop whose parents are unknown was born in 1867 at Northampton, NTH, ENG.1 
Marriage*b 1892  On b 1892 William Dunlop married Rose Clark.1 

Family

Rose Clark b. 1868
Child

Citations

  1. [S39] Information from Colin Dunlop email 27Aug2010.
Last Edited28 Aug 2010