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Wattle Queens
Wattle Queens
On the back is wirtten:
Top left corner: "Wattle Queen(s?)"

Centre: "To Edna Gambrill from Miss Petters"

Margaret Dinsdale
Edna Gambrill
Edna Frost
Beryl Gambrill
Daphne Wellings
Joyce Teasdale
Joyce Hutchinson
Jean Fernance
Adelene Clifton
May Bragg
 
602
Wedding of Janice Robyn Barefoot daughter of Mavis Lillian Barefoot nee Gambrill with L to R Leslie Thomas Gambrill and Sarah Jane Ford
Wedding of Janice Robyn Barefoot daughter of Mavis Lillian Barefoot nee Gambrill with L to R Leslie Thomas Gambrill and Sarah Jane Ford
 
603
Wesley Charles Gambrill, Molly Melville Gambrill and Allan Wesley Gambrill
Wesley Charles Gambrill, Molly Melville Gambrill and Allan Wesley Gambrill
 
604
William Adams with his son 'Tom' Adams
William Adams with his son 'Tom' Adams
 
605
William Charles Gambrill
William Charles Gambrill
Photo taken in Windsor, NSW.
Courtesy Hawkesbury City Library - 014969
 
606
William Charles Gambrill,  wife Janet and children Ethelene, Arthur, Annie, Wesley.
William Charles Gambrill, wife Janet and children Ethelene, Arthur, Annie, Wesley.
Taken out front of the Anglican church hall in New Street, Windsor.
Courtesy Hawkesbury City Library - 014967
 
607
William Enoch Gambrill
William Enoch Gambrill
 
608
William Gambrill and Emily Chapman Marriage
William Gambrill and Emily Chapman Marriage
Woodnesborough - 1865 July 8th.
 
609
William Gambrill listed in Prison Hulk.
William Gambrill listed in Prison Hulk.
Document says William can read and not write. Also says his father has been transported. Thanks to Cheryl for the Document jeffreymason@bigpond.com
 
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William Gambrill. Taken sometime between 1884-1888. This is the only known photo of William.
William Gambrill. Taken sometime between 1884-1888. This is the only known photo of William.
This photograph would seem to indicate that William Gambrill was a soldier (member) of The Salvation Army (not an employee). It was common at this time for male Salvationists simply adapt their normal street clothes to a uniform by wearing "S's" on their lapels. The "S's" show that the wearer is "Saved" (converted to Christianity) to "Serve" (show God's love in a practical way to his fellow man).

It would seem that William was a soldier of the Parramatta Corps (church) which opened in 1884. These early day Salvationist at Parramatta were met with opposition from ruffians, when they appeared on the street to hold an open air service or when they gathered for worship in rented premises.

Comment from The Salvation Army Heritage Centre, Sydney

This photo was in the possession of Molly Gambrill. The photo is on a tin plate.

The bible William is holding, has it been handed down and does someone have it? If so does it contain handwritten family stuff in it?

Notes from John Ransley say the photo was taken "under the grape vine around the Bank of NSW, Parramatta".
 
611
William James Gambrill
William James Gambrill
 
612
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
613
William Ransley Baptism 30th Nov 1785.
William Ransley Baptism 30th Nov 1785.
 
614
Woodnesborough Tithe Map - 278 to 465. Circa 1838-1845
Woodnesborough Tithe Map - 278 to 465. Circa 1838-1845
John DILNOT owner and occupant - field numbers are 365, 396, 449, 462, 463 and 465 House & Garden.
William GAMBRILL is shown occupying with "others" four cottages & gardens, 278, 279, 276 & 281, and a Public House 283 all owned by John TAYLOR.
 
615
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
616
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
617
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
618
£1,240 Damages For Accident Victim's Widow
£1,240 Damages For Accident Victim's Widow
The Canberra Times Thursday 3 December 1959 Page 29
 

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