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101 News Paper Report.
Burnt on board HM Revenue cutter "Swift" at Minster end of January 185 6
Possible 2 Feb age about 3 years.
Ellen Cockburn Coull 
COULL, Ellen Cockburn (I761)
 
102 Nicknam was Wallis? WALLACE, Harriett (I775)
 
103 Note from Doris Coull on the back of photo.

Alfred Hammond my youngest brother. She was very proud of him - he wa s in the merchant service & doing very well, bur one day on leave he w as walking along lower Rainham Road & saw a young lady Draped over he r garden gate & Alf fell for her hr hook, line & sinker. They married & h e left the service, he had no work but repaired shoes occasionally. Be rtha his wife spent her time having lots of babies and digging in th e potatoes fields or fruit picking. She died giving birth to twins i n 1942 or 43. My mother looked after the babies for 2 months while arr angements were made for their adoption. Alf died about a year after hi s wife. 
HAMMOND, Alfred (I22)
 
104 NSW Item [19/10186]; [20/22] Reel 3025 will of William Coull

Argus Melbourne 7 June 1890 p10
A CURIOUS WILL CASE.
SYDNEY, Friday.
A peculiar will case carne before the Inquiry
Court to day William Coull, a man of con-
siderable wealth, who resided at Picton, made
it will in 1886 leaving landed properly worth
about 180,000 to his nephew, George Smith,
on condition that the property should revert
to tho Presbytenian Church at- in
the event ol Ins nephew dying without
issue. Coull died last year. his nephew
having died before him without issue,
»mi the Presbvterian Assembly claimed
the property. The supreme Court, how
ever, directed the curator of intestate
estates to take possession, and to dit the
mutter came before the Court on an applica-
tion by the Presbyterian Assembly that the
Presbyterian Church as a body might be
declared entitled to the property. To this
the curator entered a demurrer on the ground
that the bequest was void owing to uncer
tanty, having been apparently the inten-
tion of the testator to devise the property to
some specific church, which, however, was
not mentioned The Court upheld this view,
and declined to recognise the claim of the
Presbterian Assembly, as they held that it[931
was not intended to make a general bequest
for church purposes

Chief Inspector of Distilleries Office,Sydney, 3rd May, 1871. SUPPLEME NTARY RETURN of Spirit Merchants whoseL.3 Registrations for the curren t year have been notified tot he Chief Inspector of Distilleries by th e Clerks of PettySessions, in accordance with the 15th section of th e Act 13thVictoria No. 26 :
FORBES-Fraser James.
GLADSTONE (Kenapsey)—Hibberd John, jun.
GLEN INNES-Lewis Henry and Robert.
GRNDARIMBA (Richmond River)—Barker Elizabeth.
LAWRENCE (Clarence River)—Davison Ann
.PICTON-Coull William.
HENRY LUMSDAINE,Chief Inspector of Distilleries. 
COULL, William Joseph (I592)
 
105 Nurse most of life. Married but man was a bigamist and marriage
declared void. He was charged and found to have two other wives.
Walked with a limp due to falling from a high chair when she was a
baby. 
COULL, Kathleen Maud (I1023)
 
106 on 1901 Census COULL, Helen (I634)
 
107 one of 12 children DOYLE, Annie (I534)
 
108 Owned 23 Malling Road, Queens Road, Maidstone GRAVENELL, Samuel Henry (I1036)
 
109 Patent granted 19 Sep 1889 for ‘The Australian Wool Washer’. Advert i n 1890 offers it for 25 Pounds.
1909 Voter list in Ingham q.
1910 East Geraldton Q.
1911 Einasliegh Q
1913 Hughden Q
1915 Poole St. Bowen Q & Fed
N.S.W Police warrant for desertion from Agnes 1892 
COULL, Jacob David (I102)
 
110 Personal Notices from Newspaper Issues. Fairfax Media. Source (S39)
 
111 Peter and Lois worked for Air Canada, they were divorced before 2000 EVANS, Peter (I294)
 
112 Poor Law Union Records. Medway Archives and Local Studies Centre, Chat ham, Kent, England. Source (S63)
 
113 Possible Charles William Coull. info from Howard Davis 10 Jan 2004
Charles William Coull
Birth: Aug 25 1885 - Rochester Kent
Death: Sep 22 1914
Sunk by U.9 in North Sea aboard H.M.S. Aboukir.

Relative notified: Sister. Mrs Brakes. 11, Curson Road, Chatham.
Notes: Body not recovered for burial
Section scan number: 7/0905

Sister was Helen Brakes nee Coull 
COULL, Charles William (I495)
 
114 Principal Probate Registry. Calendar of the Grants of Probate and L etters of Administration made in the Probate Registries of the High Co urt of Justice in England. London, England © Crown copyright. Source (S119)
 
115 PRO Kew. "1861 England Census". Database Source (S38)
 
116 Probably at least one brother Charles who was a witness at
wedding
Name given as Kathleen on Walter Brierley Smith Death Cert 
TURK, Kathrine (I319)
 
117 REMA Married Sarah Ann -
source Death of Walter Charles Victoria 1894
#3447 
ALLDIS, Henry Pope (I1152)
 
118 Reported in Dover Telegraph paper pg8 col4 age 38 and Kentish Gazett e 17th Dec 1850 (image downloaded) HAMMOND, Elizabeth (I195)
 
119 S MARB Copy of Marriage Cert with Janice Bond (nee Wilson) at
Yarrawonga 1999 Witnesses were Charles Turk and ? Annie Turk
Occupation given As Draper 
SMITH, Edmond Brieley (I841)
 
120 S REMA Marriage Tas 1905 Folio 0117 DEAT N.Z. births 1882 #1017 Victo ria
Deaths 1968 #14650 
EVERTON, Maria Elizabeth (I1215)
 
121 Scotland Biths 1791 Baptism 28 Aug 1791 at St John Street Associate Se ssion, Stirling
Parish Baptisms Scotland
URL search.findmypast.co.uk/record?id=R_687915982

Marriage David Wilson 06 apr 1821 Muiravonside, Stirlingshire
URL www.findmypast.co.uk/transcipt?id=R_695069408/2 
CRAWFORD, Jean (I557)
 
122 Scotland, Select Births and Baptsims, 1564-1950
Ancestry.com Operations Inc
2014 Provo, UT, USA 
COULL, Alexander (I1092)
 
123 Sheerness Family Blue Town Preacher
1881 Arthur St No 15, Milton In Milton, Kent, England 
HAMMOND, Thomas Taylor (I642)
 
124 Shown as an unmarried iron moulder in mothers house age 21 in 1881 Cen sus
c 1929 Bill, Mick and Doris would go to see him and watch him put pepp er on his Sunday dinner.
"He was like a machine as he covered the plate with pepper!" said Dori s.
Separated from Annie before 1920. 
COULL, Henry (I1171)
 
125 Shown as apprentice shipwright in 1901 Census. Worked at Chatham docky ard as a Charge of Shipwrights. Some of his tools still with Howard Da vis as at Jan 10th 2004 COULL, Edward Louis (I432)
 
126 Shown as Richard-Reginald Leonard on some sources FOWKES, Reginald Leonard (I677)
 
127 Shown in 1871, 1891 Census ADIE, Samuel (I1119)
 
128 Soldier Number: 240887, Rank: Acting Sergeant, Corps: Norfolk Regimen t Depot
WW I
Left on Abinsi 22 Aug 1922 for Accra, Ghana Described as ‘Accountant’
Left on Abinsi 3 Feb 1972 for Accra, Ghana Described as ‘Trader’ 
COULL, Ernest Victor (I1172)
 
129 Source Medium: Census
Source Quality: 1881 Kent, U.K.

ABBR 1881 British Census 
Source (S84)
 
130 Source Medium: Civil Registry
Source Quality: Good 
Source (S114)
 
131 Source Medium: Family Archive CD
Source Quality: Good 
Source (S48)
 
132 Source Medium: Family Archive CD
Source Quality: Good 
Source (S107)
 
133 Source Medium: Official Document
Source Quality: good 
Source (S18)
 
134 Source Medium: Official Document
Source Quality: Good 
Source (S95)
 
135 Source Medium: Official Document Source (S34)
 
136 Source Medium: Official Document Source (S35)
 
137 St. Nicholas (Ash, Kent). Canterbury Archdeaconry, BMD, Baptism Beria ls and Banns . Digital images. www.findmypast.co.uk : 2016. Source (S68)
 
138 Surname of mother given as Hollandhead at christening? COULL, Joseph (I818)
 
139 Tas Birth 1885 #2694 Pt Sorell WILSON, Leslie (I238)
 
140 Tas Birth 1890 #3247 Horton Victoria Death 1972 #17281 EVERTON, Eva May (I370)
 
141 Tas Birth 1896 #2472 Stanley
Victoria Death 1958 #10445 
EVERTON, Ernest James (I424)
 
142 Tas Birth 1905 0555 at Emu Bay WILSON, Iris Lillian (I559)
 
143 Travelled extensively including Australia 1941, USA, Aden, Hong Kong . Separated from Ellen in 1953 for good. Many affairs, probably at lea st one child in Hong Kong where he lived for four years whilst projec t engineer constructing Victoria Dcks. Lived last few years at 12 Cli ve Street Rochester and worked at Chatham Dockyard until well passed 7 0. Crane driver in Big Hammerhead. COULL, Henry Roy Hamilton (I799)
 
144 Vic Marriage, 1917 -8685
URL of this page: http://search.findmypast.com.au/record?id=anz%2fbmd% 2fvictri
amariag%2f4811045

S REMA death 1971 #18855 
STEWART, Florence May (I843)
 
145 Victoria Births 1859 #6942 TREGLOWN, Thomas Felix (I757)
 
146 Victoria Death 1929 #15192 EVERTON, Emily (I920)
 
147 Victoria Death 1938 #5042
Victoria Birth 1855 #403 
TREGLOWN, Dora May (I347)
 
148 Victoria Death 1964 #21863 EVERTON, Frederick William (I1041)
 
149 Warwickshire Anglican Registers, Warwick, England: Warwickshire Count y Record Office Source (S113)
 
150 Wedding Cert Copy gives Occupation as Stationer. Witness was
Ellen Alldis St John's Church Kalgoolie (Church of England.) Original
Cert with Janice Bond (nee Wilson) at Yarrawonga Victoria 1999 Soldier 's
Pay Book with Blair Stuart Coull (Contains Photo) Gives age at enlistm ent
(14.8.40) as 47.
WWII served at Ballaratt Interment Camp.He was actually 57. Death reco rded Victoria 1952 #12636 
SMITH, Walter Joseph (I396)
 

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