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151 Went to Sydney to see his brother William then on to New Zealand - NO T confirmed COULL, James Samuel (I384)
 
152 Wife Ann Coller OR Collar HAMMOND, William (I293)
 
153 Will Will Rook Cemetery: Located in Camp Rd,Campbelfield. This histori c cemetery now closed was the burial place of Edwin and Mary Treglow n who both died in 1875. They lie in unmarked graves, only their name s shown on the records of the Pot Philip Historical Society.

They had migrated from Cornwall in 1849 on the ship "Courier". 
TREGLOWN, Edwin (I1075)
 
154 World famous runner and latter running coach. First Australian and sec ond in world to break the four minute mile. In the 1500 metres at th e 1960 Rome Olympics, he won the gold medal and bettered his own worl d record with a time of 3:35.6. ELLIOTT, Herbert Charles (I475)
 
155 [.]

S OCCU Publican CEME PLAC Coleraine Victoria 
MAHONEY, Timothy Augustus (I32)
 
156 [.]

S RELI Roman Catholic 
BOSCO, Claudio (I506)
 
157 [.]

S REMA Born 1912 #20489 
ALLDIS, Walter John (I368)
 
158 [.]

S REMA Buried Perth W.A. 21 Aug 1953 DEAT 
ELLIOTT, Robert James (I1017)
 
159 [.]

S REMA Death 1957 #3071 
ALLDIS, Thomas Henry (I995)
 
160 [.]

S REMA Death 1959 #881 Age 70 Mother Margret Hibberd 
BARNARD, Daisy Bedelia (I910)
 
161 [.]

S REMA Death 1982 #17676 
ALLDIS, William James (I1049)
 
162 [.]

S REMA Death Victoria #21850 1961 
ALLDIS, John Albert (I1069)
 
163 [.]

S REMA Died of Liver Cancer 
SCOTT, James Clahan (I600)
 
164 [.]

S REMA Married Donald McQueen 
ALLDIS, Dora Mary (I227)
 
165 [.]

S REMA Tas Birth 1872 #1342 Deloraine Appears to have married Eva
MOLES (who was 16) on 12 Mar 1894 Tas Marr #80 Emu Bay. A cousin John
Broomhall Married Elizabeth MOLES on 13 Jul 1895 at Emu Bay # ? 
BROOMHALL, George (I607)
 
166 [.]

S REMA Tas Birth 1894 #572 BIRT Tasmania Births 1894 33 #572 
EVERTON, Phoebe (I478)
 
167 [.]

S REMA Victoria Birth 1891 #29118 
ALLDIS, William Pope (I408)
 
168 [.]

S REMA Victoria Births 1889 #33242 Victoria Deaths 1921-1985 1972 #913 4 
ALLDIS, Joseph Edwin (I364)
 
169 19 Brownlow Place, Ferryden COULL, William (I1303)
 
170 Baptised 5 Jul 1684
Craig, Angus, Scotland  
COULL, Alexander (I490)
 
171 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. FINDLAY, Jean (I1294)
 
172 He was Minister of Church of Scotland in Edinkillie from 1845 till his death in 1790 COULL, Edwin (I1267)
 
173 IN 1891 NSW Census living in Argyle St. Picton with one other female. JANE (I390)
 
174 Interment 15022
Grave 157 
COULL, William James (I593)
 
175 Lost near Gabo Island, Victoria he was captain of the S.S. Federal.
Ship found c 2014 and identified. Film taken of first dive. 
COULL, James (I615)
 
176 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. COULL, Edmond (I1430)
 
177 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F443
 
178 Poorly married James West, 2nd Oct 1847 Ferrydene COULL, Mary (I1279)
 
179 Scotland, Select Births and Baptisms, 1564-1950
FHL Film Number: 6035516 
COULL, William (I1303)
 
180 Shown as a Yeoman on Children's birth registration COULL, Peatherick (I1423)
 
181 Shown as Skinner on Marriage 4 Dec 1674 COULL, Alexander (I1344)
 
182 These Notes are for William Joseph COULL Born in ELGIN and Buried in Picton

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. SUPPLEMENTARY RETURN of Spirit Merchants whoseL.3 Registrations for the current year have been notified tot he Chief Inspector of Distilleries by the Clerks of PettySessions, in accordance with the 15th section of the 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)
 
183 was a Curator at Southsea Castle for many Years. WICKS, Jack (I488)
 

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