Thomas Frank/ John Smith Descendants


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90. Edward Gerald Walton EDWARDS [11998] (John Frederick EDWARDS52, Harriette Anne SMITH19, John SMITH12, Martha FRANK9, Samuel7, Peter2, Thomas1) was born in 1902 in Hampstead London England and died in 1977 at age 75.

General Notes: Occupation: Architect
Residence 1: 1970, Willow Cottage, 2 Cheltenham Rd., Winchcombe, Glos.
Residence 2: Little Barnfield, Newlands Av., Radlett, Herts
Residence 3: Bet. 1940 - 1945, Brackenbury, 8 Grange Court Rd., Harpenden, Herts

Edward married Kathleen Susan BUSBY [12011] [MRIN: 5244]. Kathleen was born in 1902 and died in 1979 at age 77.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 116 M    i. John Rogers EDWARDS [12012] was born on 11 May 1933.

+ 117 F    ii. Gillian C. EDWARDS [12013] was born in 1936.

+ 118 F    iii. Alison E. EDWARDS [12014] was born about 1944.

91. Joyce Elizabeth EDWARDS [11999] (John Frederick EDWARDS52, Harriette Anne SMITH19, John SMITH12, Martha FRANK9, Samuel7, Peter2, Thomas1) was born in 1904 and died in 1991 at age 87.

General Notes: Occupation: Architect
Residence 1: 1970, Willow Cottage, 2 Cheltenham Rd., Winchcombe, Glos.
Residence 2: Little Barnfield, Newlands Av., Radlett, Herts
Residence 3: Bet. 1940 - 1945, Brackenbury, 8 Grange Court Rd., Harpenden, Herts

Joyce married Lewis Charles Leslie COVEY-CRUMP [12015] [MRIN: 5245] on 3 May 1930 in St Peter's Church St Albans Hertfordshire England. Lewis was born on 13 May 1904 in Luton Bedfordshire England and died about 1961 about age 57.

General Notes: Lewis was a great Organist & Composer. He wrote music for the Edinburgh Festival.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 119 M    i. Michael Cedric Alwyn COVEY-CRUMP [12016] was born on 15 Apr 1934.

+ 120 M    ii. Rogers Henry L. COVEY-CRUMP [12017] was born about 1944.

92. Margery Edwina THOMAS [12001] (Jessie Harriette EDWARDS55, Harriette Anne SMITH19, John SMITH12, Martha FRANK9, Samuel7, Peter2, Thomas1) was born on 19 Feb 1892 and died in 1979 at age 87.

Margery married Glenmore Grant McGREGOR [12018] [MRIN: 5246]. Glenmore died on 19 Oct 1923.

Children from this marriage were:

   121 M    i. Roy Keith Grant McGREGOR [12019] .

   122 M    ii. Richard Kenneth Grant McGREGOR [12020] .

   123 M    iii. Dennis McGREGOR [12021] . The cause of his death was killed in action WW1.

94. Frederic Charles GREENWOOD [12004] (Helen Mary EDWARDS56, Harriette Anne SMITH19, John SMITH12, Martha FRANK9, Samuel7, Peter2, Thomas1) was born on 10 Dec 1898 in London England.

Frederic married Maud Elizabeth DANIEL [12022] [MRIN: 5247] on 8 Mar 1923.

Children from this marriage were:

   124 M    i. Alan GREENWOOD [12023] .

   125 F    ii. Margaret GREENWOOD [12024] .

95. Edward Norman GREENWOOD [12005] (Helen Mary EDWARDS56, Harriette Anne SMITH19, John SMITH12, Martha FRANK9, Samuel7, Peter2, Thomas1) was born on 16 Dec 1902 and died in 1962 at age 60.

General Notes: "Organist of Second Church of Christ, Scientist, London, whose pianoforte recitals are heard in B.B.C. programmes." Description from the presscutting of the funeral of Arthur R. Edwards.

Edward married Antonia BUTLER [12025] [MRIN: 5248], daughter of Hugh BUTLER [12026] and Unknown, in 1949.

General Notes: Antonia was a Cellist.


The child from this marriage was:

   126 M    i. Richard Peter GREENWOOD [12027] was born on 29 Jan 1947.

97. Harold Arthur BARHAM [12010] (Annie Gertrude EDWARDS58, Harriette Anne SMITH19, John SMITH12, Martha FRANK9, Samuel7, Peter2, Thomas1) was born on 24 May 1898 in Hampstead London England and died in Jun 1978 at age 80.

Harold married Dulcie TAYLOR [12028] [MRIN: 5250], daughter of Col. TAYLOR [12030] and Unknown.

Children from this marriage were:

   127 F    i. Ruth BARHAM [12031] .

   128 F    ii. Daphne BARHAM [12032] .

   129 M    iii. David BARHAM [12033] was born in 1926.

Harold next married Peggy [12029] [MRIN: 5251].

Children from this marriage were:

   130 F    i. Patricia BARHAM [12034] .

   131 F    ii. Elizabeth BARHAM [12035] .

   132 M    iii. John BARHAM [12036] . The cause of his death was road accident.


98. Margaret ULPH-SMITH [3525] (Arthur Ulph SMITH60, John Stanger SMITH22, John SMITH12, Martha FRANK9, Samuel7, Peter2, Thomas1) was born on 27 Apr 1891 in Beeston Nottingham Nottinghamshire England, died on 10 Feb 1984 in Nottingham Nottinghamshire England at age 92, and was buried about Feb 1984 in Beeston Cemetery Nottingham Nottinghamshire England.

General Notes: When Margaret was eight years old, and shortly after the birth of her Brother Eric, her Mother died, supposedly of Scarlet Fever. Margaret later established it was probably Puerperal Fever after childbirth. During Edith's (Mother) illness, Margaret and Harold were cared for by their Ward Grandparents in Sheffield and "Jack" (Arthur John) went to the Smith Grandparents at March. Following Edith's Death their Aunt Janet cared for the Children and their Father for a time. However, their Father left within a short time allowing the Children to be cared for by members of their Parents Families. Margaret was "adopted" by her Uncle Tom and Aunt "Nellie" (Eleanor), who was her Mother's Sister. Harold was cared for by the Smith Grandparents in March; and went to a Boarding School at Snettisham in Norfolk. Arthur (Jack) was cared for by the Ward Grandparents and his Uncle Arthur, who was "like a Father to him". The "Baby", Eric was adopted by a Minister of Religion on the understanding that no contact was made with him by other members of the Family. During their childhood Margaret and Jack were very close and spent considerable time at the Chesterman Family Home, "Eastwood Grange" at Ashover in Derbyshire. Margaret and Jack generally lost track of Harold. Margaret saw him when she was 18, and living at Wimbledon. He was at that time staying with his Father, although the other Children did not make contact with their Father at that time. Shortly after this, when he was 17 years old Jack left England
for Australia. Margaret saw him when he returned to England with the Australian Imperial Forces during the 1914-1918 War. Following that he returned to Australia; and they never saw each other again. Following the 1914-1918 War, all contact with Harold was lost. Margaret saw her Father again about 1926; but only from a distance. She never made contact with him again. Margaret was buried in Beeston Cemetry, in the same plot as her Mother, Edith. ... H.U.Smith. January 1988. from Margaret Currie's Memoirs. ...

Margaret married John Alban William CURRIE [3526] [MRIN: 2204], son of John Andrew CURRIE [4265] and Anne Lucretia WRIGGLESWORTH [4266], on 5 Jun 1919 in Waldron, Sussex. ... John was born on 18 Jun 1883 in Sheffield Yorkshire England and died on 9 Jan 1973 in West Bridgeford Nottingham Nottinghamshire England at age 89.

General Notes: Engineer and draughtsman. Served engineering app- renticeship at John Brown's of Clydeside. Works Manager at William Cook's (wire rope) of Sheffield On marriage to Margaret, lived in farmhouse at Dore, Derbyshire, commuting to Sheffield by train. Moved to London to start his own engineering busi- ness
(Automatic Controls) in 1927, worked for Min- istry of Supply during WW2 and served in Home Guard. Lived in Harrow. Retired 1949, lived succ- essively at Birchington, Kent, Clayworth, Notts finally at Wollaton Park, Nottingham. Always keen on cricket, especially Yorkshire, and music. A good bass singer. Abstemious, courteous in manner. J.A.L.Currie. August 1987.


Children from this marriage were:

+ 133 M    i. John Anthony Logan CURRIE [3527] was born on 7 Dec 1921 in Woodseals Sheffield Yorkshire England and died on 19 Oct 1996 in Easingwold, Yorkshire, U.K. at age 74.

+ 134 F    ii. Elizabeth Mary CURRIE [3528] was born on 25 May 1927 in Sheffield Yorkshire England and died on 27 Apr 1989 at age 61.


100. Arthur John Ulph SMITH [3516] (Arthur Ulph SMITH60, John Stanger SMITH22, John SMITH12, Martha FRANK9, Samuel7, Peter2, Thomas1) was born on 22 Feb 1896 in Beach Villa Beeston Nottingham Nottinghamshire England, died on 2 Jun 1967 in Mater Hospital South Brisbane Queensland Australia at age 71, and was buried on 5 Jun 1967 in Albany Creek Crematoriam Brisbane Queensland Australia.

General Notes: Ashes are in Single Niche No. A35 of the War Service Memorial, Albany Creek, Brisbane, QLD. Reference is A2673TD. Rev. E. A. BRADLEY, Rector, St.James, Enoggera Rd. Newmarket. ...
See Notes under Margaret Currie (Ulph-Smith) for details of "Jack's" early childhood. Jack attended King Edward VII College, Sheffield. Following that he worked as a Junior Clerk at Hadfields Steel Foundry in Sheffield during the latter half of 1911. Following that it is believed he was employed as an Apprentice Fitter (possibly for the same Company) until 1914. When he was just over 17 years old, on March 19, 1914, he left England for Australia on the P.& O. 11,000 ton T.S.S.BELTANA. On arrival in Australia he apparently made his way to the Northern Rivers of N.S.W. where he worked for a time "on the Roads". He subsequently trained as and was employed as a Herd-tester, testing Dairy Herds for Milk and Cream quality. On August 20, 1915 he enlisted from Brisbane in the 47th Battalion, Australian Imperial Forces AIF A photograph of Jack taken sometime during WWI states he was in the 13/15th Rifles. Who or what that Battalion was is at present unknown. Following Service in Egypt and France, he was discharged, as a Corporal, Medically unfit, as a result of "Trench Feet" acquired in the Trenches of France. On his return to Australia, he was given a Government Land Grant, which proved to be an un-workable swamp. He abandoned this; and was employed for a time in various Government Driving jobs in Brisbane. He was subsequently employed as a Sales Representative in the Printing Industry. During the course of his employment with the Howard Printing Works, at Graham St., South Brisbane he married "the Daughter of the Boss", Lucy Howard. He later worked for Simpson Halligan & Co., in the same capacity, where he was employed for a total of about 21 years. From late 1946 he was the Proprietor of both a Boarding House, and a General Store at Southport, South of Brisbane. Neither of these were exceptionally successful and he returned to Brisbane again as a Printer's Rep- resentative with Watson Ferguson. In 1949 he again left Brisbane, purchasing a Pineapple Farm at Montville, on the Ranges to the North of Brisbane. After about 8 years he returned to Brisbane to again work for Simpson Halligan as a Printer's Rep During this time, as a result of being a constant heavy Smoker, aggravated (probably) by the use of Pesticides and Weedicides on the Farm he was constantly ill, suffering from a form of Anaemia and Emphysema. When they were married, Jack and "Luce" made their (New) Home at Sandgate Road, Nundah, at the top of "Buck's Hill". They lived here until they bought the Boarding House, "Rowallen", The Esplanade, Southport. From there they purchased the "Tropical Cafe", Brighton Parade, Southport. From Southport they returned to Brisbane to live at Oxlade Drive, New Farm. They then moved to the "Farm" at Flaxton Road, Montville. Following their final return to Brisbane they lived firstly at 46 Speight Street, Brighton; and finally at 52 Lovegrove Street, Zillmere. ... "Jack" was always a genuine "Gentleman". He was completely honest and above-board; and always had the respect of his associates. He was always willing to carry a part of the load of whatever Social Activity in which he was involved. He was firstly Secretary of his Football Club, "Brisbane City" about the mid 20's. He was subsequently Secretary of Robert McGavin Masonic Lodge, Vulture St., South Brisbane, of which he was a member for many years also serving as Worpshipful Master. He was also a member of the Grand Lodge (Masonic) of Queensland where he served as Sword Bearer. As a result of changing fortune (the financial difficulty of running a Pineapple Farm) he retired from his association with the Masonic lodge, although he was well enough thought of for the Members to offer to defer his fees. During the 1939-45 War he tried to enlist; but was rejected due to his age and prior disability. However, he did serve with the Auxilliary Fire Service, mostly practising hosing "the bush" around Nundah; and "pumping out" the odd Air Raid Shelter. During his time as a Pineapple Farmer he was active with the Montville Pineapple Farmers Association; and the Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing. As well as being the "Gentleman" mentioned above, he was kind and tolerant and a loving Father and Grand-father. ...
H.U.Smith. January 1988.

In a Letter, dated November 17, 1938, Janet Clara Stanger-Smith wrote to A.J.U.Smith after a long period of no contact, part of which said:
"I should have known a lot more about you, how the first arrangements materialized for you and not Harold to live with the March Grandpapa [John Stanger Smith and Emma Ulph]. I wish I knew where Harold is - does anybody know? It seems so sad to have lost sight of him so completely. I don't even know if he came through the War all right. Did you see him at all during the War? Poor Harold, he had a rather bad Legacy of nerves. His health much improved in March [The Township or Village] with the open air live. Alas! he lacked strength of will & I always think that was due to Minnie's drastic treatment at Beeston. As soon as I went for a short time to keep house there, I got rid of her - her influence was not good.
You were then such a jolly little boy. I was loth to part with you when Sheffield [the Chesterman Family?] claimed you; but it had to be & you had more opportunities than ever March would have furnished."



Arthur married Lucy Susan Doris HOWARD [3515] [MRIN: 2195], daughter of Ernest Augustus HOWARD [3636] and Lucy Elizabeth HUNT [3637], on 20 Dec 1924 in St Andrews C.Of E., South Brisbane, Qld. Lucy was born on 8 Jan 1902 in Grahame St South Brisbane QLD Australia, died on 22 Dec 1986 in Western Suburbs Hospital Croydon NSW Australia at age 84, and was buried in Ashes in care of her Family.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 135 M    i. Howard Ulph SMITH [3514] was born on 19 Jan 1932 in Wattlebrae Hospital Kalinga Brisbane Queensland Australia.

104. Barbara Stanger MACKENZIE-SMITH [12649] (John Hubert Stanger SMITH65, John Stanger SMITH22, John SMITH12, Martha FRANK9, Samuel7, Peter2, Thomas1) was born on 7 Jul 1902, died on 17 Dec 1996 in Dolgellau Gwenydd Wales at age 94, and was buried in Llanelltyd Gwenydd Wales.

Barbara married John Simon RODKER [38259] [MRIN: 13982], son of David RODKER [38260] and Leah JACOBSON [38261], in 1936. John was born in 1894 in Manchester Lancashire England and died in 1955 at age 61.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 136 M    i. John Paul MORRISON [38262] was born on 30 Jul 1937 in London England.

Barbara next married Edward MORRISON [38263] [MRIN: 13984], son of Edward MORRISON [38264] and Isabel JAMES [38265]. Edward was born on 29 Mar 1907, died on 11 Aug 1995 in Wrecsam Denbighshire Wales at age 88, and was buried in Llanelltyd Gwenydd Wales.

The child from this marriage was:

   137 M    i. Thomas Alexander MORRISON [38266] was born on 21 Feb 1950.

Thomas married Carole ROBERTS [38267] [MRIN: 13986].

Noted events in their marriage were:

Common Law Marriage:

112. Mary Helena SHAW [41332] (Sarah HALFORD77, Emily SMITH42, Samuel SMITH15, Martha FRANK9, Samuel7, Peter2, Thomas1) was born in 1881 and died in 1954 at age 73.

Mary married Fredercik John BROADBENT [41339] [MRIN: 14973]. Fredercik was born in 1868 and died in 1948 at age 80.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 138 M    i. Roland Trevor BROADBENT [41340] was born in 1912 and died in 2002 at age 90.

+ 139 M    ii. Arthur Kingsley BROADBENT [41341] was born in 1916 and died in 1988 at age 72.

+ 140 M    iii. Neville Halford BROADBENT [41342] was born in 1919 and died in 1977 at age 58.

+ 141 M    iv. Donald Wallace BROADBENT [41343] was born in 1922 and died in 1978 at age 56.

113. Roland Halford SHAW [41333] (Sarah HALFORD77, Emily SMITH42, Samuel SMITH15, Martha FRANK9, Samuel7, Peter2, Thomas1) was born in 1883 and died in 1968 at age 85.

Roland married Margaret ELLIOTT [41362] [MRIN: 14980]. Margaret was born in 1888 and died in 1977 at age 89.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 142 M    i. Basil Halford SHAW [41363] was born in 1910 and died in 1988 at age 78.

   143 F    ii. Phyllis Helena SHAW [41364] was born in 1912.

Phyllis married N SCOLEFIELD [41381] [MRIN: 14986].

+ 144 F    iii. Sheilah Mary SHAW [41365] was born in 1918.

115. Marjery BEREN [41336] (Frances HALFORD79, Emily SMITH42, Samuel SMITH15, Martha FRANK9, Samuel7, Peter2, Thomas1).

Marjery married WHEATLEY [41337] [MRIN: 14972].

The child from this marriage was:

   145 F    i. Ann WHEATLEY [41338] .


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