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Nathaniel Oldham, William Henry Oldis, Robert Olerhead, Daniel Olive, William James Olive,
Alexander Calder Oliver, William Oliver, Andrew Olsen, Christian Olsen,


Nathaniel Oldham

Nathaniel Oldham wed 08 Sep 1857 to Ellen Maria Mulville at Christ Church, North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
Wednesday, 22 November 22 1854:- the ship Dirigo, 1,282 tons, Trevellick, Master, from Liverpool August 8th 1854
Passengers:— Mrs. Mulville & Misses Ann, Ellen and Mary Mulville, and Master D. Mulville in the cabin. Clare Journal Jan 21 1858 Marriage September 8, 1847 at Christ Church, North Adelaide, by the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Adelaide, Nathaniel Oldham, Esq., Manager of the Union Bank of Australia, Adelaide, to Ellen Maria, second daughter of the late Daniel Mulville, Esq., of Knockinira, in this county.
See also Oldham family history for Nathaniel Oldham b. 27 Nov 1817 Norwood, Sry, chr.30 Dec 1817 St Edmund, Lombard St, City of London d. 20 Jun 1888 in Australia, see also his Obituary published in the Observer in South Australia on 30 June 1888. Nathaniel Oldham, who was a bank clerk, sailed to Sydney, Australia on the ship Bengal on 31 Oct 1839 'in the service of the Union Bank' which had a small shop on King St Sydney. In 1842 Nathaniel was sent to Launceston, Tasmania as accountant for the bank and married Mary Ross there on 2 Mar 1843, lived in Launceston.
4 Children
of Mary
1. Nathaniel Hugh Oldham 13 Feb 1844
2. William John Oldham 1 Jul 1845 wed Julia Castle
3. Clement Henry Oldham 11 Jan 1849
4. Joseph Richard Oldham 14 Sep 1850,.
Mary died on 17 Sep 1853. On 8 Sep 1858 Nathaniel, who had now moved to Adelaide, married Ellen Maria Mulville
9 Children
of Ellen
5. George Edmund Oldham 4 Aug 1859, born at Adelaide
6. Charles Augustus Oldham 24 Jun 1861, Nailsworth
7. Reginald Vautin Oldham 26 Jul 1863, Fullarton wed Gertrude Halcomb
8. Harry Ross Oldham 25 Jun 1865, Prospect Village
9. Herbert Forster Oldham 4 Jun 1867, Mitcham
10. Alfred Mulville Oldham 21 Apr 1869, Mitcham
11. Walter McFarlane Oldham 26 Nov 1870, Mitcham
12. Lily Edith Mary Oldham 7 Oct 1872
13. Nathalie Ellen Ruby Oldham on 13 Nov 1875 Parkside
8. Harry Ross Oldham 25 June 1865 - died before Dec 1916 when twins enlisted, wed 1893 #3933 to Frances Mary Le Poer Taylor 1859 #8640 and in 1916 Frances was Mrs Henderson.
3 Children 1. Twin Eric Lepoer Ross Oldham 1893 #33711 - 1970 #14152 aged 77 2. Twin Reginald Le Poer Oldham 1893 #33712 born at Mildura KIA 29 May 1915 3. Harry Le Poer Oldham 1897 #11625 - 1977 #12936 aged 80 born at Hawthorn
1. Eric Oldham signed up 21 Dec 1914, served 383 in 13th Light Horse, RTA 11 May 1919,
2. Reginald Le Poer Oldham signed up 1 Oct 1914, served as 911 in 14th Bn. Killed in action 29th May, 1915. Age 21. Son of Frances Mary Le Poer Henderson (formerly Oldham), of 778, Malvern Rd., Armadale, Victoria, Australia, and the late Harry Ross Oldham. Native of Mildura, Victoria. He was in the trench when it was blown up, and never seen again.
3. Harry Ross Oldham born 1897 signed up 11 Mar 1916 served 2547 in 13th Light Horse, was gassed, RTA 1 July 1919,

William Henry Oldis

William Henry Pa Oldis wed 1856 #1227 to Susan Beard and lived in Melbourne suburbs
7 Children 1. Elizabeth Oldis 1857 #1283 lived 2 months
2. Henry James Oldis 1858 #5828 lived 6 weeks
3. Ruth Oldis 1859 #12080
4. George Oldis 1861 #5924 lived 1 year
5. Clara Oldis 1862 #17011
6. Mary Ann Oldis 1864 #14496
7. Elizabeth Oldis 1868 #17413

3. Ruth Oldis 1859 #12080 wed 1886 #1078 to Alexander Hamilton and lived at Carlton
2 Children 1. Victor Alexander Frederick Hamilton 1887 #9516
2. Robert Hay Hamilton 1888 #27771

5. Clara Oldis 1862 #17011 wed 1883 #6554 to Joseph Thomas Wilson and lived at Fitzroy
4 Children 1. Percival Joseph Wilson 1884 #16676
2. Susan Clarissa Wilson 1885 #17542
3. Edith Gladys Wilson 1886 #18114
4. Hilda Gertrude Wilson 1888 #20217

6. Mary Ann Oldis 1864 #14496 - 1943 #6739 wed 1884 #6315 to George Alfred Trinnick 1862 #20134 - 1934 #5761 aged 72 years, 2 Children

Robert Olerhead

connected to Hunter to Marsh and Parsons

Robert Olerhead 1822 - 1890 #2642 aged 67, son of John Ollerhead and Ann Cottrell, wed on 19 Feb 1852 in Chicago, USA to Caroline Bickley 1833 - 01 Nov 1905 aged 82 (detail from a cached FamilyTree page), and lived at Bendigo 1855, and Inglewood after 1860
9 Children 1. Mary Elizabeth Olerhead 13 Dec 1853 - 4 Jan 1873 #1336 aged 19 years, born at Ballarat
2. Frank Olerhead 30 May 1855 #9033 - 1942 born at Bendigo, died at Broken Hill
3. Joseph Henry Olerhead 19 Apr 1857 #7467 - 20 Sep 1933 aged 76, born at Dunolly
4. Selina Olerhead 1859 #9201 - 17 May 1862 #4499 lived 3 years, born at Amherst
5. Agnes Olerhead 1 Aug 1861 #17662 - 1863 #4360 lived 1 year, born at Inglewood
6. Caroline Olerhead 7 Nov 1864 #22427 - 16 Jul 1917
7. Agnes Henrietta Olerhead 1871 #3130
8. Edith Maud Olerhead 1871 #16874
9. Robert Edmund Olerhead 1874 #9496 - 27 Jan 1937 aged 62
3. Joseph Henry Olerhead 19 Apr 1857 #7467 - 20 Sep 1933 aged 76, born at Dunolly, wed 1889 #5776 to Margt Ann Smellie/Smillie 1859 #4443 - 1945 #9585 aged 86, born at Long Gully,
only surviving child of Frances Jane Bush 1834 - 1868 #6248 aged 33, dau of Anne and William Bush, wed 1858 #1550 to George Smellie 1866 #11523 aged 38 son of Elizabeth and William Smellie of London
3 Children 1. Geo Olerhead 1892 #32832 - 1892 #13880 lived 20 days
2. Henry Francis Olerhead 1895 #12261 - 1976 #15367 aged 81
3. Margt Olerhead 1899 #10527
6. Caroline Olerhead 7 Nov 1864 #22427 - 16 Jul 1917 wed 1884 #6402 to Jackson Baird Hunter
7. Agnes Henrietta Olerhead 1871 #3130 wed 1897 #4951 to David Robbins and lived at Eaglehawk
3 Children 1. Robt Dowsett Olerhead 1895 #1210 born at Bridgewater
2. Mabel Ann Robbins 1898 #2810 - 1900 #5313 lived 2 years
3. Roy Robbins 1895 - 1964 #18333 aged 69
8. Edith Maud Olerhead 1871 #16874 was living in Castlemaine in 1895
1 Child 1. Violet Beithia Olerhead 1895 #2036
9. Robert Edmund Olerhead 1874 #9496 - 27 Jan 1937 aged 62, wed 1901 #3641 to Anastasia Veronica Brown 1878 #25463 - 1960 #8312 aged 81 dau of Johanna Butler wed 1863 #2718 to Patrick Masterson
Anastasia Veronica Masterson wed 1896 #7332 to Henry Brown whose fate is unknown,
3 Children 1. Doris Mary Brown Olerhead 1897 #10533 - 1926 #14724 aged 29 wed Dogerty
2. Veronica Brown Olerhead 1900 #19758 - 1965 #27267 aged 65 wed Burms
3. Alice Kathleen Olerhead 1903 - 1964 #15203 aged 61 wed Stewart

The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. Monday 8 December 1862
THE FIRE AT INGLEWOOD
A meeting of tho council, magistrates, and inhabitants of Inglewood was held, at the Pelican Hotel, on Thursday, the 4th instant for the purpose of considering what steps might be taken to alleviate the distress occasioned by tho late calamitous fire. Mr. S. Binder occupied the chair, and Mr. R. Wilson acted as secretary.
The Chairman stated that, considering the population and size of Inglewood, the calamity was without precedent in the colony. Some sixty or seventy business establishments were destroyed by fire, and many persons beside had suffered great loss from the removal of their effects. It was the general opinion that if pipes had been laid down from the reservoir the fire might have been arrested. They had been pressing the Govern- ment for the last eighteen months, by depu- tation and letter, for the pipes. Many families had been rendered houseless by this great calamity; and he thought, as Government had neglected to fulfil their promise in regard to the reservoir, they might be induced to do something to relieve the distress.
Moved by Councillor Clarke, and seconded by Mr. T. Morrow -
"That Messrs. Lowther, Binder, King, and James Wilson, magistrates, be appointed a deputation lo proceed to Melbourne, to lay the facts of the late disaster before the Government and the public, with a view of obtaining some relief." Carried.
Mr. Moody moved -" That the Municipal Council defray the expenses of the delegation." Carried. Moved by Councillor Clarke, and seconded by Mr. T. Morrow-
"That a local committee of ten be appointed, to co-operate with the council and the magistrates." Carried. The following gentlemen were appointed as said committee :-Messrs. T. K. Johnston, James Black, ,John Jackson, R. Olerhead, Tivey, T.Morrow-,John Morrow, H.H. Moody, Moorhouse, and Cahill.
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. Friday 17 May 1867
Messrs. Olerhead and M'Naughton, of Inglewood, and Mr. Rinder, J.P., of Wedder- burne, waited upon the Minister of Mines yesterday, for the purpose of bringing under his immediate notice the total inefficiency of the reservoir at Wedderburne, both as to locality, and to its being quite useless in consequence of its being incapable of holding water.
Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser Monday 27 January 1873
ACCIDENT BY KEROO ENE. - "At Inglewood # the Dunolly :frprees states,; a' moeit dietressing -accident happened to the daughter of a Mrs' Oler* head, which adds another victim to the many who have already suffered from the careless or improper use of kerosene; From what we have been able to gather the unfortunate woman appears to have 'beer about to light a;'fire, when (not being aware hat the embers in, the fire; place were still burning): pured out some kerosene from a .can. .['he -oil ,imnme diately blazed up, -and 'communicatiog with the can, an explosion followed and the poor-creature was at-once -enveloped in flames.. Her clothes were entirely con. sumed and, as it mightbe ;expected, her body waas frightfully burnt, from the effects of which she shortly died, not the slightest hope of recovery being at any .time apparent. The report caiued by the explosion may be imagined from the fact that the imother of thee deceased (wlio is very deaf) in'hearing it,'asked. what the boy was firing' the pistol for: A caution had been given to deceased" only a 'day or two before the sad occurrence took place, against using kerosene in this way, and dry leaves were brought to her to use.
Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette (Vic. Tuesday 21 May 1889
From Agnes Olerhead, on behalf of the ladies of the neighborhood, applying for the use of the Shire Hall for a brll, to be given to the gentlemen during the first week in June; granted.

Daniel Olive

Daniel Olive 1823 - 11 Feb 1893 son of Hannah Gilbert and John Olive, wed 14 Sep 1849 to May Spearman at Adelaide, South Australia, Australia and later lived at Lauriston, Kyneton. Born at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
10 Children 1. Isaiah Spearman Olive born 8 Aug 1850 in Adelaide, died 1931 #14924 aged 81
2. Annie Olive born 10 Feb 1852 in Adelaide, died 1928 #13293 aged 77
3. William Olive 1854 #5737 - 1926 #883 aged 71, died at Charlton
4. Mary Ann Olive - my error
5. Twin Charles Olive 1859 #20675A
6. Twin Robert Spearman Olive 1859 #20676 - 1870 #1613 lived 11 years
7. James Russell Olive 1861 #22101
8. Mary Olive 1864 #9705 - 1936 #14177 aged 72, wed Ross
9. Twin May Olive 1867 #2796 - 1867 #2191 lived 9 months
10. Twin Daniel Olive 1867 #2797
1. Isaiah Spearman Olive born in Adelaide wed 1878 #4156 to Jane Love and lived at Mt Korong
6 Children 1. Rosetta May Olive 1879 #18014
2. Robert Spearman Olive 1881 #4404
3. Jane Olive 1882 #17859
4. Isaiah Spearman Olive 1884 #19070
5. Annie Olive 1886 #20514
6. Samuel Love Olive 1888 #22917
2. Annie Olive wed 1873 #709 to John Mclure from Lothian and lived at Malmsbury
4 Children 1. Robert Henry Mclure 1875 #17111
2. Florence Lillian Mclure 1877 #23489
3. William Olive Mclure 1879 #17573
4. Annie May Mclure 1883 #24676
5. Jno Daniel Mclure 1885 - 1885 #12684 lived 9 days
6. Albert John Mclure 1886 #27563
4. William Olive 1854 #5737 - 1926 #883 aged 71, died at Charlton, wed 1882 #2612 to Jane Ritchie
5. Charles Olive 1859 #20675A wed 1885 #60 to Sarah Ann Walton
2 Children 1. Maud Mary May Olive 1886 #8980 - 1887 #3383 lived 11 months
2. Maude Olive 1888 #13899
8. Mary Olive 1864 #9705 - 1936 #14177 aged 72, as May Olive wed 1889 #1105 to Richard Kerr Ross 1861 - 1935 #16810 aged 74, son of Margt Kerr and Thos Ross, birth not registered in Vic, and lived at Charlton, Mt Korong
4 Children 1. Thomas Ross 1890 #1978
2. Daniel Olive Ross 1892 #6441 - 1973 #14297 aged 81
3. Elsie May Ross 1893 #15310 - 1952 #16511 aged 58, wed Donald Bertram Mcgillivray
4. Ronald Ross 1894 #31616


From on Thursday, 17 October 2013
Subject: Victorian Pioneers Hello Elizabeth, I found your web page while doing a Google search for information about Isaiah Spearman, whose daughter May Spearman married Daniel Olive in Adelaide on 4 (or 14) September 1849.
I think I can add some information about the descendants of May and Daniel for your web page of Victorian pioneers, as follows:
1. Isaiah Spearman Olive and Jane Golden Love had 2 more children after Samuel Love Olive – Mary Frances (b 1891) and Elsie Golden Olive (b. 1894, and probably died unmarried in 1937). Samuel Love was KIA on 5 August 1918 – Australian War Memorial web site Honour Roll).
2. Annie (nee Olive) McLure had 3 more children after Albert John McLure – Fred (details unknown, but mentioned in James Russell Olive’s death notice in 1935 at which time Fred was said to be living in Geelong; found using “Trove”), Amy Isabella (m. 1915 Percival Thomas Robert Murn, d. 1968, NSW), and Ernest Russell Olive (b. 1894, KIA in Belgium 4 October 1917).
3. Mary Ann Olive – you say “dau of Mary Ann Biggs and Robert Olive, (appears to be error because the family did not know real names)”. I doubt very much that she is part of this family because Isaiah Spearman Olive was born in SA in 1850.
4. William James Olive – (I only have him as “William Olive”) – I think yours may be the wrong person and family. I have William Olive married to Jane Ritchie in 1882 in Victoria. Their children were Robert Daniel (b. 1883, m. c1918 Katie …, ch Eliza and Clifford ), Annie (b. 1885), William Henry (b 1887), Clare Alice (b. 1889), Jno. Ritchie (b. 1891, m. c1935 Edith Lillian …, no ch.), and May Spearman (b. 1893). This last child’s name ties in with the Spearman family.
5. Charles Olive and Sarah Ann Walton – I believe they may have had 6 more children after Maude – Charles Walton Olive (b. 1889, d. 1956 NSW, m. Irene Alexandra Buchanan, 3 ch. Irene, Margaret and James), Gilbert (b. 1891), William (b. 1893), Frederick Roy (b. 1897), Mary Linda Marguerite (b. 1897), and Annie May Lillian (b. 1898).
James Russell Olive, brother of Isaiah Spearman Olive (senior), died on 4 November 1935 at Bairnsdale, Victoria. His death notice lists many nieces and nephews. He appears not to have married.
My interest in this family is specifically in Robert Spearman (b. 1813, Durham, UK) who was the eldest sibling of May (nee Spearman) Olive. I am hoping to find some descendants of Robert’s siblings who may be able to give me information about Robert, specifically regarding a newspaper report in 1849 which said he and his wife had departed from Sydney to go to USA, and another in 1879 (by someone who appears to have known him rather well) which said he had gone from Sydney to India using the name “Robert King”. I have not been able to find him on US Censuses.
Kind regards, John Mathews, Canberra, Australia
Thankyou for correcting me. My reason for writing of Daniel Olive is trying to find the husband of Christina Elizabeth Culpitt.
William Olive from Mtko (could be Mt Korong) wed 1882 #2612 to Jane Ritchie of Carngham.
She matches the birth of Jane Ritchie 1861 #13877, dau of Ann Shaw who wed 1854 #3572 to Robert Ritchie of Carngham.
Checking deaths, Christina died in Melb.
Wm Olive son of Danl Olive and May Spearman 1854 #5737 - 1926 #883 aged 71, died at Charlton
Wm Jas Olive son of Jno Olive and Mary Mccormick 1858 - 1935 #2901 aged 77, died at Melbourne
There is no record of Mary McCormick and John Olive in Victoria
And a third William Olive -
William Olive from Somersetshire, wed 1869 #4123 to Alice Thorn from Limerick, who then leave Vic records.


Mary Ann Olive

Mary Ann Olive 1850 - 1927 #387 aged 77 dau of Mary Ann Biggs and Robert Olive, (appears to be error because the family did not know real names) wed 1882 #3436 to Allan Orlando Kellond from Devonshire, and lived at Sandhurst
John Kellond died 1894 #8274 aged 74, son of Sarah Nicholls and Robert Kellond
7 Children 1. Robert Hiran Kellond 1883 #19397
2. Olive Blanche Kellond 1884 #20389 - 1965 #13679 aged 80, wed Mildren
3. Orlando Allan Kellond 1886 #21752 - 1886 #10899 lived 2 months
4. Lyla Frances Kellond 1887 #31757
5. Frederick Percival Kellond 1890 #7451 - 1960 #6815 aged 70
6. Ethel May Kellond 1891 #19794 - 1976 #20996 aged 85, born at Bendigo, wed Smith
7. Orlando Alan Kellond 1894 #30788 - 1963 #8242 aged 68, born at Long Gully >

William James Olive

William James Olive 1858 - 1935 #2901 aged 77, son of Jno Olive and Mary Mccormick, died at Melbourne, wed 1879 #2838 to Christina Elizabeth Culpitt c1854 - Christina died at E Melbourne
6 Children 1. Beatrice May Olive 1881 #2069
2. William James Olive 1882 #15479
3. John F Olive 1884 #27810
4. George Frederick Olive 1886 #22050
5. Maud Mary Olive 1889 #22048
6. Margaret Eileen Olive 1891 #33453

Alexander Calder Oliver

Source - Catherine Edkins of the 12 chn of of Thomas Oliver Edkins and Louisa Ann de Winton of Bridgnorth, in Shropshire. In 1852, aged 22, Catherine Edkins travelled cabin class to Australia with her mother Louisa
Mrs Louisa Edkins aged 52 on May 1852 on the Diana with Miss Catherine Edkins aged 22, John Edkins aged 13, Edward R (Rowland) Edkins aged 11 and Mary Sophia Edkins aged 6,
Along with 260 other immigrants on the 107 day voyage from England of the ship, 'Diana', was a 24 year old 'student' from Dumfries in Scotland, named Alexander Calder Halliday Oliver aged 24
Alexander Calder Oliver 1826 - 1857 #5914 aged 30, son of Hellen and Samuel Oliver of Dumfries, wed 1853 #1026 to Catherine Edkins 1830 - 1875 aged 45
Eighteen months after arriving in Australia, Catherine and Alexander Oliver were married. Mr Oliver was employed as a clerk in the office of the Colonial Engineer of Victoria and, later, for the Superintendent of Bridges, Central Roads Board, where he kept accounts and wrote correspondence.(5) His salary in 1853 was £350 per year. The Olivers lived initially in St Kilda and then at Upper Hawthorn. Family history records that in 1854 they had a girl named Charlotte who died in 1857, although neither birth nor death of this child is recorded in Victorian Births Register. A son, Calder Edkins Oliver, was born in 1855; a second son Samuel Thomas was born in 1857 but died a few days before his father died on 15 December 1857, having suffered from pulmonary consumption.
Catherine Oliver was Matron at the Melbourne Lying-in Hospital and Infirmary for Diseases Peculiar to Women and Children (MLIH) from 1859 until early 1861.

Alexander Calder Oliver 1826 - 1857 #5914 aged 30, son of Hellen and Samuel Oliver of Dumfries, wed 1853 #1026 to Catherine Edkins 1830 - 1875 aged 45
Catherine Oliver wed 1861 #1154 to James Barrett
Around March 1861 and after more than two years of service, Catherine Oliver resigned from the MLIH. In May of that year, she married Dr James Barrett, at Benalla in north east Victoria. Catherine knew Barrett well. He had been the resident surgeon at the MLIH during a substantial part of Catherine's term as Matron. By all accounts, Dr Barrett was a well-liked and well-respected doctor.(32) Their 1861 marriage certificate notes Catherine Oliver's age to be 32; Barrett was 27. The lived at Emerald Hill (North Melbourne)
Mrs Catherine Barrett died in January 1875, at the age of 45. Her death certificate recorded that she had suffered Scirrhus [sic] (likely, cirrhosis of the liver) for six months. Joseph, the youngest of her 12 children, was then only four months old.
2 Children 1. Calder Edkins Oliver 1855 #10224 - 1930 #6009 aged 74
2. Samuel Thomas Oliver 1857 #4562 - 1857 #5903 lived 8 months
10 Children 3. Susannah Catherine Barrett 1861 - 1862 #3228 lived 1 year 4. James William Barrett 1862 #3867 - 1945 #3137 aged 83
5. Mary Catherine Barrett 1863 #7767
6. Alice Elizabeth Barrett 1864 #15043
7. John Edward Barrett 1866 #21254
8. Rowland Arthur Barrett 1868 #9071 - 1944 #12161 aged 76
9. Edgar Alfred Barrett 1869 #15498 - 1959 #5009 aged 89
10. Charles Edwin Barrett 1871 #2448
11. Edith Helen Barrett 1873 #2440 - 1939 #888 aged 66
12. Joseph Barrett 1875 #2117
1. Calder Edkins Oliver 1855 #10224 - 1930 #6009 aged 74, wed 1883 #2958 to Elizabeth Archer Kernot 1857 #10771 - 1927 #6557 aged 69,
3 Children 1. Mary Kathleen Oliver 1885 - 1955 #11750 aged 71, wed Woodburn
2. Calder Kernot Oliver 1888 #16822
3. Enid Kernot Oliver 1895 #27072 - 1977 #13784 aged 81, wed Minifie
4. James William Barrett 1862 #3867 - 1945 #3137 aged 83, wed 1888 #8752 to Marian Pirani born in London
5. Mary Catherine Barrett 1863 #7767 wed 1888 #2440 to Alfred John Noall 1865 #18892 son of Sarah Ellen Edwards wed 1860 #2229 to William Noall
6. Alice Elizabeth Barrett 1864 #15043 wed 1887 #2115 to William Christian Daish 1864 #8370 son of Catherine Jeger wed 1857 #3446 to William Daish
7. John Edward Barrett 1866 #21254 wed 1892 #7032 to Annie Jessie Johnson
8. Rowland Arthur Barrett 1868 #9071 - 1944 #12161 aged 76 wed 1894 #5249 to Laura Mary Wiseman 1870 #7986 dau of Hannah Parker wed 1864 #2416 to Albert Wiseman
9. Edgar Alfred Barrett 1869 #15498 - 1959 #5009 aged 89 wed 1894 #2043 to Edith Annie Guest 1871 #12395 dau of Jemima Campbell wed 1861 #3681 to Thomas Bibby Guest

William Oliver

William Oliver wed 1862 to Elizabeth Jane Rosemergy and lived at Amhurst then Talbot
Elizth Jane Oliver nee Rosemergy 1844 - 1900 #10986 aged 56, died at Talbot
7 Children 1. Alice Maud Oliver 1866 #12330
2. Ada Oliver 1868 #104
3. John Oliver 1872 #6562
4. Elsie Maud Oliver 1874 #6461
5. Alfred Oliver 1877 #53
6. William Oliver 1881 #12854
7. Gertrude May Oliver 1883 #5774
Ada Oliver 1868 - 1935 aged 67, wed 1888 #7091 to childless widower James Isaac Collins Tolmie 6 Sep 1863 #20160 - 1946 died in Hawthorn, Victoria aged 83
2 Children 1. Roy Colin Tolmie 1890 #2544 - 24 Apr 1915 aged 25 KIA
2. Raymond Oliver Tolmie 1892 #3919 - 1970, wed Eileen Teresa Quinn, son James Oliver Tolmie died 1982

Andrew Olsen

Andrew Olsen from Norway, wed 1873 #4702 to Anne Cameron from Perthshire, and lived at Bealiba
6 Children 1. Christina Olsen 1875 #8541 - 1875 #6507 lived 9 days
2. Oletta Catherine Olsen 11 Oct 1876 #20967 wed Henry Wharton
3. Christina Susannah Olsen 1878 #510
4. Andrew Olsen 1880 #484
5. John Cameron Olsen 1881 #21261
6. Hans Carl Olsen 1884 #22344

Christian Olsen

Christian Peter Olsen from Denmark wed 1875 #1047 to Jane Gilmour and lived at Emerald
4 Children 1. Henrietta Jane Olsen 1876 #2535
2. Wilhelmina Daisy Olsen 1878 #8824
3. Christian Norman Olsen 1880 #31823X1928
4. Gordon Arthur Olsen 1882 #22842
4. Gordon Arthur Olsen 1882 #22842 wed c1906 to Florence Barelli
2 children 1. Arthur Olsen 1907 #12752 - 1973 #2305 aged 65
2. Mabel Gordon Olsen 1910 #30518



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