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1801 Unmarked and whereabouts unknown at May's Hill Cemetery. GAMBRILL, Alfred Charles (I1149)
 
1802 Unmarried according to death notice RANSLEY, James Walter (I3560)
 
1803 Unnamed at birth (Antrim, Ireland) "Baby Smith", according to Annie Smith's BC 1859 JOHNSTONE, Hannah (I1752)
 
1804 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5256)
 
1805 Vidler (baptism document looks like Viller) Mary daughter of Samuel and Barbara Vidler May 12th VIDLER, Mary (I335)
 
1806 WAGGA GIRL MARRIED TO GOSFORD MAN. The wedding took place recently at St. John's Church of England, Wagga, of Miss Ethel Baker, youngest daughter of Mrs. E. M. Baker, of Wagga, and the late Mr S. H. Baker, to Mr. Lionel Day, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Day. of Gosford. The Rev. Cutcliffe officiated at the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of lace and net over satin, cut on classical lines and made with a train. A coronet of orange blossom held her long net-embroidered veil, and she carried a bouquet of gladioli and frangipanni. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr. Herbert Baker She was attended by Miss Rita Day, sister of the bridegroom, who wore a pale blue silk marquisette frock and a picture hat of matching material. Mr. P. Burrows was best man. The reception was held at the White Rose Cafe, where the guests were received by the bride's mother and Mrs. O. Baker. The bride's mother wore a black beaded frock, and Mrs. Baker a brown beaded silk frock. On leaving for the honeymoon, which was spent at Katoomba and Sydney, the bride wore a pink frock with white accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Day will reside at Gosford. Family F163
 
1807 WALLER, Charles Ronald (Ron) - December 12, 1990 at hospital, late of Auburn. Beloved husband of Betty, loved father and father-in-law of Julie and Larry, Suzanne and Larry, Michael and Debbie, Leanne and Paul, loved pa of Matthew, Lisa, Leigh, Lauren and Sean. Aged 63 years. Privately interred on December 18, 1990. WALLER, Charles Ronald "Ron" (I1569)
 
1808 WALLER, Charles Ronald (Ron) - December 12, 1990, late of Auburn, loved brother and brother-in-law of Val and Keith, Jo and Joyce, Arthur and Marie, Norm and Daphne, Margaret and Mervyn, Joan and Charles, Roy and Lynne, Jack and Lorraine, Joyce and fond uncle of their families. WALLER, Charles Ronald "Ron" (I1569)
 
1809 WALMSLEY, Joan Irene. Passed away peacefully on April 13, 2015. In her 92nd year, Loved wife of Tom(dec.) Dearly loved mother of Pamella, Roberta, Barbara,Greig and their spouses. Proud and loving grandma Joan to 9 grandchildren and GG to 5 greatgrandchildren. Our lives were enriched by her love. GAMBRILL, Joan Irene (I2427)
 
1810 Walsh - May 3, 1927. At the War Memorial Hospital Waverley, Kathleen Agnes, dearly loved mother of Joyce , Norman and Bonnie Walsh, of 91 Layton Street, Camperdown, aged 38 years. R.I.P COSGROVE, Catherine Agnes (I4758)
 
1811 Walsh - The friends of Mr.John Walsh and Mrs.Gambrill and family are invited to attend the funeral of his beloved wife and her daughter, Elizabeth Walsh; to leave her late residence, Ada Street, Harris Park this (Monday) afternoon at 4.30 for the Western Road Cemetery, Parramatta. BATEMAN, Elizabeth (I526)
 
1812 Walsh v Walsh. Kathleen Agnes Walsh (formerly Cosgrove) who was married to William John Joseph Walsh at Whitefield on January 1, 1908 according to the rites of the congregational Church, petitioned for a dissolution of the marriage on the ground of disertion. A decree aisi returnable 6 months after service was granted. Mr. Goldston (instructed by Mr.C Servetopuious) appeared for the petitioner Family F1619
 
1813 Walter aged 22 Bachelor, Harriet age 21 Spinster. Family F1191
 
1814 Waratah, Newcastle West & Kahibah Family F679
 
1815 WARNOCK, Lily. March 9, 1971, at hospital. Wentworth Falls. Dearly loved mother of David and Ivy (both deceased) and of Lily, John and Violet. Fond mother-in-law of Marcia, affectionate grandmother and great-grandmother of their children, aged 88 years. In Gods care. Her funeral service will leave St.Albans Church of England, Laura, after service commencing at 2pm, today (Thursday) for Internment at Katoomba Cemetery. WHIGHT, Lily (I2958)
 
1816 was a soldier and died at age 34 DE MEUR, Clement Louis (I4391)
 
1817 Was living at Buttaba Street, Belmont North at time of Death. GAMBRILL, Bruce (I254)
 
1818 Was Williams nick name Ben? Son Raymond death notice refers to father as Ben. GAMBRILL, William James (I357)
 
1819 Wasyl possibly had a sister called Maria, whom lived in Canada. I know nothing further about her, if you suspect that you might know about Maria, please email me. OLEKSIUK, Wasyl (I80)
 
1820 Wedding - The wedding took place on Saturday, at Ash Church, of Miss Joyce Kathleen Ratcliffe, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Ratcliffe, 1 Havelock Place, Ash, to Mr. Frederick Walter Gambrill, only son of Mr. and Mrs. F W. Gambrill, the "Prince of Wales," Woodnesborough. The Rev. C. Magraw officiated. The bride who was given away by her father, wore a white satin dress with coronet of orange blossom and veil, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations The bridesmaids were Miss Phyllis Ratcliffe (bride's sister) and Miss Milly Gambrill (bridegroom's sister who wore blue crepe-de-chine dresses with silver head dresses and shoes. They wore jewelled bracelets (the gifts of the bride-groom) and carried bouquets Of bronze chrysanthemums. The best man was Mr. Charles Hart, A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, and later the bride and bridegroom left for their new home at New St, Ash. Family F1192
 
1821 Wedding Notice Kentish Gazette. Gambrell - Mannings, July 6 at Woodnesborough, Mr.B.Gambrell, of that place, to Miss A.Mannings, of Sandwich. Family F470
 
1822 Wedding was held at 'residence of the brides parents' house. Consent to marriage given by Mary Ann Porter. Witness, James Day and Jemima Day. Family F162
 
1823 went by the name of 'May' OWENS, Bertha May Lucy (I2341)
 
1824 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I32)
 
1825 Wesleyan Baptism in the Windsor Circuit in the County of Cumberland, Benjamin "Etherdone", parents Benjamin (farmer) and Sarah of Portlandhead. Born 29th June 1845, Baptised Dec 21st, 1845. ETHERDEN, Benjamin (I2401)
 
1826 Wesleyan Church Family F186
 
1827 Wesleyan Church Family F574
 
1828 Wesleyan Methodist Church Family F354
 
1829 Wesleyan Methodist Windsor Circuit microfilm N.290 - Source GAMBRILL, Wesley Charles (I299)
 
1830 West Chapel of Pinegrove Memorial Park commencing 11.30am. GREEN, Daphne Nancy Heather Joyce (I49)
 
1831 West Ham GAMBRILL, Frank William (I4023)
 
1832 Western Road Cemetery SMEDLEY, Mary Anna (I1471)
 
1833 Western Road Cemetery. RUMGAY, John Thomas George (I1252)
 
1834 When Winifred Darlington Gambrill marries Lieut. Bruce Ames, A.I.F, at St.Philips, her mother, Mrs.F.C.Gambrill gives her away, as her father is unable to be present. Winifred wears white lace and floating tulle veil and carries tuberoses and tiger-lilies. Her two sisters, Grace and Josephine, and bridegrooms sister, Elizabeth are her attendants. Bride is the second daughter of Captain and Mrs.F.C.Gambrill of Vaucluse and the bridegroom is the only son of Mr. and Mrs.F.W Ames, of Rose Bay. Family F842
 
1835 Which could include transcriptions or those from the registrar Repository (REPO20)
 
1836 Whitefield according to divorce article. Family F1619
 
1837 WHITESIDE Ellen Martha (nee Gambrill) October 7, 1992 at hospital late of Umina and formerly of Kingsgrove. Dearly loved wife of Alan (deceased), loved mother of Charles and Fay, Hazel and Alan, Rex and Rave and much loved grandmother and great-grandmother of their families. Aged 86 years. Always loved. GAMBRILL, Ellen Martha (Nellie) (I1378)
 
1838 Widow when buried. JOURDAN, Elizabeth (I482)
 
1839 Widowed prior to marriage to Valentine. Father is John Gambrill. Looks like cousins marrying... need to look into. Anne (I4032)
 
1840 Wife Sarah was the informant for George's Death according to his certificate ADAMS, George (I686)
 
1841 Wilkes, Hickes WICKES, Hannah (I2748)
 
1842 WILKINSON - In affectionate remembrance of our dear father, James Wilkinson, who died at his residence Monkerai, August 13, 1878, aged 64  WILKINSON, James (I2645)
 
1843 WILKINSON - March 7, at her parents residence Monkerai, Pricilla Catherine, Beloved daughter of James and Mary Ann Wilkinson, after a long and painful illness, aged 22 years. WILKINSON, Catherine Pracilla (I2653)
 
1844 William Clout & Jane Chandler bachelor and spinster, both of this parish, Sandhurst. Present, Thomas Clout & William Farley. Family F1079
 
1845 William Gambrell of this Parish, St.Bartholomew in the county of Cumberland and Sarah Ransley of this Parish, St.Bartholomew in the county of Cumberland were married by banns with consent of the Governor this 21st Day of April 1845 by me John Troughton, Chaplain. (Sarah has signed her name and William has marked it with a X) In the presence of Samuel Walters and John Tassell Family F97
 
1846 William Gambrill and Mary Ann Ansell, 'Full age' for them both, bachelor and spinster. Family F1672
 
1847 William Gambrill and Mary Copping, both of full age. Mary is listed as a Widow. Fathers' - Thomas Gambrill, William Springett Family F1676
 
1848 William is the first born, according to his birth record. WALSH, William John Joseph (I4757)
 
1849 William Ransley & Mary Clifton, both of this Parish. Banns being duly published were married this church thirteenth day of June 1763 by me. Family F143
 
1850 William Smart of the Parish Compton Pauncefoot, Bachelor, and Ann Foot also of the same Parish, Spinster. Banns marriage 20 Jun 1837.  Family F859
 
1851 William was a private soldier in the 3rd Kings Own Dragoons in Clunes, France. Napoleon had surrended in 1815. In 1818 but William was court-martialled for stealing the briefcase of a French Official and sent back to England. He was held on the prison hulk "Bellorophon" and transported on the "Surry 3" to Tassie for 7 years.

William gained his freedom in 1825 and left Tassie in 1828 by signing on as crew aboard a fishing vessel that went off to the NZ Fisheries. In 1834 when Banns were called for his marriage to Mary Ann Hall alias Hale. She was also a convict and had just arrived in NSW from Louth, Ireland. He died when the children were young. 
MAYBURY, William (I1698)
 
1852 William was in the Mittagong boys home. GAMBRILL, William James (I357)
 
1853 William, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Gambrill, of Paradise Lane. GAMBRILL, William (I2421)
 
1854 William, son of William & Mary Ransley of Bilsington. RANSLEY, William (I4886)
 
1855 WILSON - the relatives and friends of the late Cecil Harold Wilson are invited to attend his funeral service to be held in a chapel of Palmdale Crematorium, Palmdale Rd, Ourimbah this Tuesday (June 21, 1988) service appointed to commence at 2pm. Please meet at the crematorium. WILSON, Cecil Harold (I1460)
 
1856 WILSON Cecil Harold. June 17, 1988 at Hospital. Late of Point Clare. Formerly of Mossman, beloved husband of Rose. Father of Daphne, Joan and Helen. Aged 80 years. WILSON, Cecil Harold (I1460)
 
1857 WINDSOR - THE DEATHS for the week were Mr. W. Gambrill, an old resident, but of late years residing in Parramatta. He died in that town on Friday, and was buried in tho Wesleyan Cemetery at M'Grath's Hill on Saturday. As the deceased was a member of the Salvation "Army" several soldiers and lasses came up from Parramatta to attend the funeral with their companions in arms hare. The funeral service was conducted by the Rev. W.Hill. Subsequently the members of the "Army" sang and prayed in their usual earnest fashion. It rained heavily during the latter portion of the service.  GAMBRILL, William (I275)
 
1858 Wisemans Ferry Cemetery ETHERDEN, Benjamin (I26)
 
1859 With regret we have to record the death of, Mrs. Sophia Jane Martha Smith, wife of Mr. J. J. Smith, which occurred at the Royal North Shore Hospital on the evening of September 17th. This lady was the daughter-in-law of the late Mrs. Robert Smith who died in Windsor in March last, at the age, 90 years, and who for the two years previous to her demise had been nursed devotedly by the subject of this notice. The late Mrs. Smith took ill two weeks before the old lady passed away, and though she recovered some six weeks or so later, her strength gradually failed, and in spite of all aid medical science could give, passed hence. The call to rest had come. A thorough Christian, with an unfailing brightness and goodness of character, her helpful words and acts will remain a precious memory to relatives and friends. Mr. G. C. Johnson, a one time resident of Windsor, and editor of the then 'Hawkesbury Chronicle,' at the graveside paid a tribute to the departed one of whom he said, 'She was a good woman,' to which he said nothing further could be added, for that phrase included all. The interment took place on the 20th inst., at the Methodist Cemetery, Gore Hill, the Rev. James Colweli officiating. A short service was first, conducted at the residence of the deceased lady's daughter, Mrs. Ernest H. Beattie, of Mosman, Amongst the relatives and friends present at the last sad rites were: Mr. John Julian Smith (husband), Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Beattie (Mosman), Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Carlyle Smith (Oatley), Mrs. Ed. Patorson, Messrs. Robert and Carlton Smith and Leslie (Thirlmere), Mr. Arthur Smith (Merry lands), Misses Ruby, Muriel, and Leila Smith (Mosman), Mr. Frank Roantree (Sydney), Mrs. Janet Gambrill (Lower Hawkesbury), Mr. Richard Gambrill, Mr and Mrs George and Victor Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gambrill (Parramatta), Mr and Mrs John Holden, Mr. L. Holden, Mrs. W. Holden (Balmain), Mrs. Reid, Mr. Keith MacRae (Cremorne), Mrs. and the Misses Thompson (Chatswood), Mr. G. C. Johnson, Mrs. M. White, Mrs. Hancock, Mrs. Neville, Mrs. Cooper (Mosman), Mrs. and Miss Masters (Homebush), Mr. and Mrs. John Chandler (Roseville), Mr. O. Prior (representing Prior Bros., Sydney), Mr. Field, and others. Floral tributes were received from the following, as well as from those whose names have been already mentioned: ? Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Smith and Lionel and Hector (Wanganui, N.Z.), Mrs. O. L Steel (Cronulla), Miss Christie, Miss McMahon, Mrs. Fred. MacCauley (Mosman), Mrs. R. Cash (Thirlmere), and Stolt and Hoare, Ltd. The late Mrs. J. J. Smith's people, the Gambrills, and her husband's parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, have been connected with the Windsor and St. Marys and Penrith districts since the year 1849, or earlier. The Gambrills came from Kent, Eng., and settled in St. Marys district Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, senr., arrived in away in 1901, in his 82nd year. His widow, Christiana Smith died in March of this year, aged 90. Both died in Windsor, where they had constantly resided. Mr. Robert Smith, senr., and Mr. Wm. Chas. Gambrill (a brother of the late Mr. Smith, and who died about 27 years ago), were both local preachers, and their names are known all down the Hawkesbury and Penrith way, especially in Methodist circles. The eldest son of the late Mrs. J. J. Smith, Francis J. W. Smith, (named after his uncle Francis Smith, who was accidentally drowned in South Creek, Windsor, about (50 years ago), is in the A.L. H., and leaves for the front at any moment. He was called from camp to his mother's dying-bed, and takes as a talisman with him a flower from her grave. The names mentioned above include many who have been associated with the Hawkesbury district for years, and their reading by old hands will stir up many memories. Mrs. Smith leaves a husband and two children to mourn their loss. GAMBRILL, Sophia Jane Martha (I280)
 
1860 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F808
 
1861 Witness, either Sarahs dad 'William Gambrill', or Sarahs Brother William Charles. Also, Elizabeth Gambrill Family F355
 
1862 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F738
 
1863 Witnesses at Wedding - Leslie Thomas Gambrill and Alfrest Leo Barefoot. Consent was given by both sets of parents for bride and groom to marry. Family F421
 
1864 Witt WILLS, George (I1932)
 
1865 Witt WILLS, Robert (I1933)
 
1866 Witt WILLS, Mary Ann (I1934)
 
1867 Woden Cemetery, Lawn, Anglican, AN/L/D/324 GAMBRILL, Edward William (I368)
 
1868 Womens Hospital GAMBRILL, Donn Frederick (I538)
 
1869 Womens Hospital. Consent was given by (both) fathers of the bride and groom for marriage due to age. Family F360
 
1870 Woodburn Evans Head RSL Club. Members of the above club are invited to attend the funeral of their late member, George Muir, as per family notice. MUIR, George (I1547)
 
1871 Woodburn Evans Head Veterans Golf Club wish to advise all members to attend the service of their late member, George Muir, and to wear vet. shirts please. R.Braid (Captain) MUIR, George (I1547)
 
1872 WOOLCOCK, August 28, Waterloo, Elinor, Wife of Richard Woolcock, aged 33 years. HORDER, Ellen (I327)
 
1873 WOOLCOCK. August 28, at her residence, Waterloo, Elinor, the beloved wife of Richard Woolcock, aged 38 years, leaving an affectionate husband and five children to mourn their loss. HORDER, Ellen (I327)
 
1874 Woronora Cemetery - Location KK, Section - ROSE GARDEN 30, Position 0122. GAMBRILL, Kathleen Iris (I386)
 
1875 Woronora Cemetery: Location KK,Section ROSE GARDEN 30, Position 0124 SHORTUS, Alfred Norman (I18)
 
1876 WW1 MCCOOM, George F (I4912)
 
1877 WW2 records give his birth as 14/10/1900. Looks like he kept his actual birth date for WW1, but it was changed for WW2. To look into. SMART, Gilby Roy (I3894)
 
1878 www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/familyHistory/search.htm Repository (REPO1)
 
1879 www.its-arolsen.org

 
Repository (REPO4)
 
1880 www.kentarchives.org.uk
+44 (0) 1227 762862 
Repository (REPO3)
 
1881 www.sag.org.au Repository (REPO2)
 
1882 Wye, Ss Gregory & Martin, Kent, England Family F1656
 
1883 Wyong Hospital BLESSINGTON, Joan Eliza (I965)
 
1884 Wyong Hosptial GAMBRILL, John Charles (I396)
 
1885 Yarmouth? Essex? Norfolk? GAMBRILL, Susan (I1834)
 
1886 year is around 1845 according to birth document of son Aylmer DAY, James (I472)
 
1887 Yongala Cemetery CRAM, Elizabeth (I813)
 
1888 Yongala Cemetery LIDDELL, Grace Forbes (I829)
 
1889 You can make out John pretty easy, Gambrel is shown twice, that is also pretty easy to read. The fathers name could really be anything, kinda looks like a condensed 3 word version of George, or am I only seeing that because i'm looking for George? The mothers name is consistent (although hard to understand what it really says) with others on the documents (3 x baptisms) Exact dates are really tough, i'll leave those to others...  GAMBRILL, John (I552)
 
1890 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I1352)
 
1891 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Private (I1352)
 

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