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146. Edward Ernest "Oliver" ULPH [183] (Edward Bernard111, John Birt87, John Birt82, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 2 Nov 1900 in Brentwood Essex England and died on 6 Jan 1993 in White Colne Essex England at age 92. Another name for Edward was Oliver.

General Notes: Letters passed between "Oliver" Ulph and Howard Smith for a number of Years, commencing in 1988.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Electrical Engineer, 1923-1938, Cape Verde Islands Atlantic Ocean.

Occupation: Fruit Farmer, 1938 to 1993, White Colne Essex England.

Edward married Winifred M DAWE [4277] [MRIN: 2694] about 1924.

The child from this marriage was:

   185 F    i. Joan Cicely ULPH [4278] was born on 28 Apr 1926.

Joan married William McMillan SCOBIE [4373] [MRIN: 2717] on 28 May 1953 in Kensington Middlesex England.

Edward next married Agnes Dorothea PATERSON [4279] [MRIN: 2695] about Mar 1939.

Edward next married Kathleen M McNAMARA [4280] [MRIN: 2696] about Dec 1952 in Westminster London England. Kathleen was born on 23 May 1919 and died on 23 Feb 1990 in Littlehampton Sussex England at age 70.

Edward next married Joyce M WHITFIELD [4281] [MRIN: 2697] about Sep 1970.

150. Margaret ULPH-SMITH [3525] (Arthur Ulph SMITH117, Emma N ULPH92, John Birt82, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) 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:

+ 186 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.

+ 187 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.


152. Arthur John Ulph SMITH [3516] (Arthur Ulph SMITH117, Emma N ULPH92, John Birt82, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) 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:

+ 188 M    i. Howard Ulph SMITH [3514] was born on 19 Jan 1932 in Wattlebrae Hospital Kalinga Brisbane Queensland Australia.

156. Barbara Stanger MACKENZIE-SMITH [12649] (John Hubert Stanger SMITH122, Emma N ULPH92, John Birt82, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 7 Jul 1902, died on 17 Dec 1996 in Dolgellau Gwenydd Wales at age 94, and was buried in Llanelltyd Gwynedd Wales.

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

The child from this marriage was:

+ 189 M    i. John Paul MORRISON [38262] was born on 30 Jul 1937 in London England.

Barbara next married Edward A MORRISON III [38263] [MRIN: 13984], son of Edward A MORRISON Jnr. [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 Gwynedd Wales.

The child from this marriage was:

   190 M    i. Thomas Alexander MORRISON [38266] was born on 21 Feb 1950 in Twickenham Middlesex England.

General Notes: In October 2010, Tom Morrison sent the following brief Resume of himself:
Born Twickenham, Middlesex, 21 February, 1950. Educated in UK at Eton, Cambridge, Camborne School of Mines. Mining engineer, emigrated to Canada, 1976. Worked mostly in Canada but also, USA, Chile and Brazil. Lived in Vancouver 1986-2010. Retired 2011, went to live in Wales, UK.

Thomas married Carole ROBERTS [38267] [MRIN: 27570]. Marriage status: long term relationship.

158. Henry WILLIAMS [33385] (Florence KEEP125, Elizabeth Bishop ULPH98, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born about 1891 in Chiswick Middlesex England.

Henry married someone.

His child was:

   191 M    i. Michael WILLIAMS [33425] .

159. Gerald Braithwaite LLOYD [8046] (Gertrude Eliza KEEP127, Elizabeth Bishop ULPH98, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 20 Oct 1885 in Edgbaston Warwickshire England and died on 8 Jan 1969 in Bournemouth Dorset England at age 83.

Gerald married Nancy Bidlake KEEP [17725] [MRIN: 3963], daughter of Henry Frederick KEEP [4479] and Annie Elizabeth BIDLAKE [17724], on 12 Jan 1915. Nancy was born on 29 Apr 1893 in King's Norton Worcestershire England and died on 9 Apr 1959 at age 65. Another name for Nancy was Bunty.

Children from this marriage were:

   192 F    i. Honor Joan LLOYD [8072] was born on 5 Mar 1916.

Honor married Edward LOVERSEDGE [8195] [MRIN: 4008]. Another name for Edward is Ted.

+ 193 M    ii. Philip Gerald LLOYD [8073] was born on 12 Sep 1918 and died in 1981 at age 63.

   194 F    iii. Beryl Allen LLOYD [8071] died in 1969.

160. Lieut Alan Scrivener LLOYD M.C. R.F.A. [8047] (Gertrude Eliza KEEP127, Elizabeth Bishop ULPH98, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 15 Oct 1888 in Birmingham Warwickshire England and died on 4 Aug 1916 in France at age 27.

Alan married Dorothy Margaret HEWETSON [8074] [MRIN: 3964] on 1 Sep 1914. Dorothy was born on 29 Sep 1885 and died on 8 Aug 1936 at age 50.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 195 M    i. David Alan LLOYD [8075] was born on 2 Oct 1915.

161. Dr Eric Ivan LLOYD Md [8048] (Gertrude Eliza KEEP127, Elizabeth Bishop ULPH98, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 1 Jul 1892 in Birmingham Warwickshire England and died in 1957 at age 65.

Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Orthopaedic Surgeon.

Eric married Antoinette Marie ROUX [8076] [MRIN: 3965], daughter of Andreas Stephanus ROUX [8171] and Susanna Justina BEYERS [8172], on 27 Feb 1926. Antoinette was born on 28 Mar 1898 in South Africa and died in 1981 at age 83.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 196 M    i. Timothy John LLOYD [8077] was born on 2 Jan 1929 in London England and died in 1999 in Nysna South Africa at age 70.

+ 197 F    ii. Gillian Elizabeth LLOYD [8078] was born on 18 Aug 1930.

164. Gladys Elise Rosa KEEP [8052] (John Howard KEEP128, Elizabeth Bishop ULPH98, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 12 Sep 1885 in Auckland Auckland New Zealand, died on 2 Oct 1960 in Hayes Kent England at age 75, and was buried on 2 Oct 1960.

Gladys married Major Basil BINYON [8080] [MRIN: 3967], son of Brightwen BINYON [8081] and Rachel Mary CUDWORTH [8082], on 20 Sep 1913. Basil was born on 23 Apr 1885 in Ipswich Suffolk England and died on 4 Apr 1977 in Farnborough Kent England at age 91.

General Notes: From the "Cross and Cockade" Journal, a society for WW1 aviation enthusiasts, written by Rex Harrison:

MAJOR BASIL BINYON, RNAS &RAF, OBE, MA, CEng, FIEE, FIEEE, AFRAeS

Born on 23 April 1885 in Ipswich, the only son of Brightwen Binyon, an architect and painter 1852-1905, and a distant relative of the poet Laurence Binyon, he was educated at Bootham School, York, and Leighton Park School, Reading, both of which where Quaker schools. He then went to Trinity college, Cambridge in 1904, where he rowed as an undergraduate in the college boat, and graduated BA in 1907 having obtained second honours in Part One of the Natural Sciences Tripos. He began work with the Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, and in 1909 joined Marconi for work on trans-Atlantic morse transmissions at Poldhu, Cornwall. From his RAF service documents held in the PRO at Kew, we learn that from 1910 to 1911 he was employed as a research engineer with Cie General Radiole Telegraphique in Paris, and from 1911 until September 1914as General Manager of the Anglo-French Wireless Company of London and Paris. Basil Binyon joined the RNVR as a Lieutenant on 22 Sept 1914,on the books of HMS Pembroke, additional for RNAS, where his wireless telegraphy expertise was employed for the war effort at Eastchurch. At that station he was working with Lieutenant D.R. Hyde-Thompson RN, who had been responsible for the first torpedo-dropping experiments, on Southampton Water, and Flight Sub Lieutenant M.B. Tomlinson RN
The War in the Air, by H.A. Jones, Vol. 2 mentions that Lt B.Binyon RNVA, a Naval Air Service Wireless Officer at Eastchurch had, in October 1914, designed a wireless set that was first made by the Sterling Telephone Company, and that two sets were taken out to the Dardanelles by HMS Ark Royal. (These sets were in fact not used to their full potential due to the spotters having insufficient experience in wireless telegraphy.)
On 12 March 1915, Basil Binyon became Flight Lieutenant (temporary) at Eastchurch for Wireless/Telegraphy duties and, turning once again to H.A, Jones, we find that he was the first aeroplane observer to test gun spotting by use of wireless. An old battleship, the Revenge, was ordered to Shoeburyness in April 1915 for firing trials in co-operation with aircraft from Eastchurch, and seaplanes from the Empress, and the Isle of Grain. On the first and second days the Eastchurch aeroplane carrying Binyon had the only success, which was all the more noteworthy as he had had no previous experience of gun spotting. For the first time in Naval history a battleship commander had had his fire controlled by communication with an air observer with remarkable accuracy, when neither were visible to each other. These events created great interest at the Admiralty, and both Winston Churchill, then First Lord of the Admiralty, and Admiral Lord 'Jackie' Fisher, then First Sea Lord, were said to be favourably impressed. Further wireless experiments were carried out in August 1915 at Eastchurch when Binyon was piloted by FI/Sub/Lt J.B.D. Boyd in BE2c tractor biplane No 1124. During 1915 Eastchurch was involved with at least three enemy air raids on England's East Coast which no doubt were a welcome diversion to the day to day routine. In February 1916 he went over to France with Lt Tomlinson to see how the French were progressing in wireless telegraphy, and reported back with much valuable information. Due to the rapidly growing needs of the RNAS, the Eastchurch wireless experimental station moved to Cranwell in May 1916, and Basil Binyon moved with it in charge of the wireless telegraphy school, which was situated in the Eastern half of the air station. His first service Confidential report is dated 18 January 1916, at Eastchurch, and states: "Has no experience of command or disciplinary duties. Expert in W/T in all its branches, and VGI as lecturer on W/T. Very good spotter". The RNAS training station at Cranwell in Lincolnshire was named HMS Daedalus after the usual Royal Navy system of giving the names of the ships to its shore bases (to be strictly correct it was borne on the books of HMS Daedalus). It was one of a number of flat areas of ground which the Admiralty acquired during the Great War for the use of aircraft for reconnaissance purposes. Admiralty memorandum No 14 of 24 February 1916 stated that 'all officers and men under instruction in aeroplanes, kite balloons and airships will be sent to Cranwell for a finishing course, and for graduation'. His first confidential report from the Commodore at Cranwell reads: "In charge of all W/T, W/T boys and electrical ratings under instruction, also experimental and research work. Has carried out duties most satisfactorily, is a good organiser, very capable and hard working", dated 6 November 1916. On 13 November 1916 it was put forward that he be granted the acting rank of Flight Commander, which he became on 14 November 1916. A further report .)f 26 November 1916 reads: "Very strongly recommended for promotion", and he was subsequently made Flight Commander with effect from 31 December 1916, with seniority from the same date. Apparently not content with his ground duties, Basil Binyon trained as a pilot, and was awarded Royal Aero Certificate No 4587 on 14 April 1917, at Cranwell, having taken his test on a Maurice Farman biplane, presumably a Shorthorn, as this was the usual training aircraft at that time. His service record dated 26 March 1918, shows that lie had flown 33 hours, of which 23 hours and 22 minutes were solo flying. The confidential report of 29 November 1917 by LtCol A. Warrington-Morris states "Recommended for promotion", and the same gentleman recommended him for the award of the OBE, which was gazetted on 7 June 1918 to Major Basil Binyon, Royal Air Force. Although there is no citation in the London Gazette, tlie award was for his war work on radio telegraphy from aircraft. Prior to the award he had been promoted in the New Year's Honour list of 3 January 1918 to Acting Squadron Commander, a rank which he held until the amalgamation of the RNAS and RFC on I April 1918. In the special qualifications section of his RAF service record, under authority, Census/365, are the notes: BA degree Cambridge, Natural Science Tripos. Post Graduate course in Electrical Engineering, seven months in engineering workshops, AMIEE, MIRE. Since joining RNAS three and a half years, officer in charge of all W/T research and experimental work. Graduated as a pilot (for aeroplanes). He remained at Cranwell with the Wireless Experimental Establishment, until being transferred to the unemployment list 21 March 1919. He returned to Cambridge University to complete his MA, and then formed-the Radio Communication Company in Barnes, making long wave marine transmitting and receiving equipment of international repute: was bought out by Marconi, and joined the board of that company. By Strange Coincidence, the Present GEC-Marconi site at Stanmore is known as 'The Grove', after the mansion which formerly stood there, and the architect of that building was Brightwen Binyon, Basil's father.
Following a meeting of wireless manufacturers called by the Postmaster General in 1922, it was decided that a single company would best serve the new medium of radio broadcasting, and the British Broadcasting Company was thus formed. Earlier that year the Marconi company had already begun experimental transmissions from Writtle, and prior to the formation of the new company there had been many difficult meetings between the Post Office and private companies on how broadcasting should be organised. Agreement was reached at the meeting at Savoy Place on 18 October 1922, the result being the birth of2LO.
Basil Binyon was appointed an original director of the British Broadcasting Company, serving until 1926 when he resigned after a disagreement with Lord Reith, the managing director, regarding the changeover from private enterprise company into a public corporation, now known worldwide as the BBC. He returned t Marconi until 1935, being periodically released for visits to the Argentine to supervise the Buenos Aires Water Company. He was chairman of the Institute of Electrical Engineers in 1925. During WW2 he was Group Commandant of No 19 Group Royal Observer Corps, and from 1939 to 1947 was an Observer Commander. He died on 4 April 1977, aged 91, at Farnborough, Kent, after a full and active life, having been a pioneer of radio broadcasting, whose contribution to this medium should not be forgotten.




From the Kentish Times, Friday December 28, 1962:
Hawthorndene, former home of Major Basil Binyon, in Warren Road, Hayes, was severely damaged by fire on Friday. Firemen from Bromley and West Wickham spent nearly three hours extinguishing the blaze and damping down the fabric. Extensive damage was caused to the upper floor and the roof of the house, which contains 20 rooms and has been empty for some time. The site is to be redeveloped. It is believed the fire may have been started by children playing inside the house


Children from this marriage were:

+ 198 M    i. Capt Roger Basil BINYON [8083] was born on 8 Dec 1914 and died on 24 Sep 1944 at age 29.

+ 199 F    ii. Margaret Howard BINYON [8084] was born on 20 Jul 1916.

+ 200 M    iii. Hugh Douglas BINYON Mbe [8085] was born on 5 May 1920 in Hayes Kent England, died on 20 Jun 2000 in Wingham Court Nursing Home at age 80, and was buried on 26 Jun 2000 in St Mary's Cobham Surrey England.

167. Norman Marion Howard KEEP Mc [8055] (John Howard KEEP128, Elizabeth Bishop ULPH98, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 5 Dec 1898 in King's Norton Worcestershire England and died in 1964 in Pembury Kent England at age 66.

Norman married Phyllis Mary Rolls AUSTIN [8086] [MRIN: 3969], daughter of Rev E J AUSTIN Ma [33426] and Unknown, on 7 Oct 1924. Phyllis was born on 13 Dec 1898 in Edmonton London England and died after 1940.

Children from this marriage were:

   201 M    i. Prof. John Leslie Howard KEEP [8088] was born on 21 Jan 1926 in Keston Kent England.

John married Anne Elizabeth [33443] [MRIN: 12354] on 8 Dec 1948.

+ 202 M    ii. Joseph Neville Howard KEEP [8089] was born on 5 Apr 1935 and died in Oct 1998 at age 63.

Norman next married Marjorie Ruthven COTTELL [8087] [MRIN: 3970]. Marjorie died on 1 Oct 1996 in Bexhill Sussex England.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 203 M    i. Adrian Ruthven KEEP [8090] was born on 22 Mar 1949 in Hampstead Middlesex England.

168. Norah Margaret MURDOCH [8057] (Jessie KEEP129, Elizabeth Bishop ULPH98, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 20 Aug 1887.

Norah married Robert Jaffray MACBRAYNE [8091] [MRIN: 3971] on 19 Sep 1922. Robert was born on 12 Apr 1882.

The child from this marriage was:

   204 M    i. David Woodburn MACBRAYNE [8092] was born on 4 Jul 1924.

173. Iris Lillian BRIERLEY [8061] (Beatrice Josephine KEEP132, Elizabeth Bishop ULPH98, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 29 Apr 1893 in King's Norton Worcestershire England.

Iris married Lieut Rupert CLAYTON-COX [8093] [MRIN: 3972] on 6 Sep 1916. Rupert was born on 21 Jun 1890.

Children from this marriage were:

   205 F    i. Elizabeth Sydney CLAYTON-COX [8094] was born on 29 Aug 1917 and died on 29 Apr 1931 at age 13.

   206 F    ii. Monica Beatrice CLAYTON-COX [8095] was born on 9 Feb 1921.

Monica married Eric Batie JONES? [8096] [MRIN: 3973].

   207 F    iii. Gillian Leslie CLAYTON-COX [8097] was born on 2 Dec 1927.

174. Josephine Sydney BRIERLEY [8062] (Beatrice Josephine KEEP132, Elizabeth Bishop ULPH98, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 12 May 1896 in King's Norton Worcestershire England.

Josephine married Cecil Adam SMELLIE [8098] [MRIN: 3974] on 27 Sep 1922. Cecil was born on 8 Feb 1895 in Dudley Worcestershire England and died on 15 Jun 1930 at age 35.

Children from this marriage were:

   208 M    i. Ronald Joseph Brierley SMELLIE [8099] was born on 7 Nov 1924.

   209 M    ii. David James SMELLIE [8100] was born on 2 Jun 1927.

175. Marjorie Phoebe KEEP [8064] (Ralph Scrivener KEEP133, Elizabeth Bishop ULPH98, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 1 Feb 1896 in King's Norton Worcestershire England and died in 1970 at age 74.

Marjorie married Richard Lionel Vere DOAKE Dso Mc [8101] [MRIN: 3975]. Richard was born on 6 Feb 1890.

Children from this marriage were:

   210 M    i. Leslie Richard Henry DOAKE [8102] was born on 14 May 1923.

   211 M    ii. Patrick James Vere DOAKE [8103] was born on 12 Apr 1926.

177. Dorothy Linwood KEEP [8066] (Ralph Scrivener KEEP133, Elizabeth Bishop ULPH98, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 24 Jun 1899 in King's Norton Worcestershire England.

Dorothy married William Archdall FFOOKS [8104] [MRIN: 3976] on 25 Jan 1923. William was born on 28 Feb 1893.

Children from this marriage were:

   212 F    i. Anne Linwood FFOOKS [8105] was born on 15 Feb 1924.

   213 F    ii. Jean Pamela FFOOKS [8106] was born on 17 Oct 1926.

178. Cecily Edith KEEP [8067] (Ralph Scrivener KEEP133, Elizabeth Bishop ULPH98, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 20 Apr 1909.

Cecily married Michael Nares GODFREY [18140] [MRIN: 3977] on 15 Dec 1946 in East Budleigh Devon England. Michael was born on 23 Jun 1908 in Surbiton Surrey England and died on 7 Feb 1987 in Truro Cornwall England at age 78.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 214 M    i. Ralph Michael Nares GODFREY [8107] was born on 28 Feb 1947 in Truro Cornwall England.

+ 215 F    ii. Lorna Alice GODFREY [18141] was born on 11 Dec 1948 in Truro Cornwall England.

179. Henry George ULPH [4056] (Henry George136, Frederick Thomas102, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 24 Aug 1892 in Havelock North Hawke's Bay New Zealand and died on 7 Jul 1961 in Glebe Sydney NSW Australia at age 68.

Henry married Vera MURRAY [4058] [MRIN: 2564], daughter of Julius Percy MURRAY [94858] and Margaret SANGSTER [94857], in 1912 in New Zealand. Vera was born in 1894.

Children from this marriage were:

   216 M    i. Leslie ULPH [4059] was born in 1917.

General Notes: Leslie changed his Name by Deed Poll after coming to Australia (Sydney) and
becoming a Detective. Supposedly to dissociate himself from his Father's
mis-deeds (unknown). ... H.U.Smith. November 1987.

   217 F    ii. Jessie ULPH [56592] was born in 1920 in New Zealand.

Jessie married someone.

Henry married Jessie Marie CLARENCE [4057] [MRIN: 2563], daughter of Percy Charles CLARENCE [94851] and Maria GROVENOR [94852], in 1943 in Sydney NSW Australia. Jessie was born in 1903 in Grafton NSW Australia and died on 29 Sep 1971 in Sydney NSW Australia at age 68.

The child from this marriage was:

   218 F    i. Jessie ULPH [4060] was born in 1944.

180. Rachel May ULPH [4061] (Henry George136, Frederick Thomas102, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 13 Mar 1894 in Havelock North Hawke's Bay New Zealand, died on 3 Nov 1968 in Greenwich Sydney NSW Australia at age 74, and was buried on 5 Nov 1968 in Sydney NSW Australia.

General Notes: Rachel moved to Sydney, AUSTRALIA, with her 2nd Husband. She later married
Adam JAS. She was a noted Spiritualist and Medium; and lived at Unit8, 17
Koorala Road, MANLY VALE. She was involved in a tragedy when Reporters
attended a Seance and an associate (Medium) died during the Seance. Further
information is required on this episode. Rachel died in the Greenwich Home of
Peace, River Road Greenwich. ... H.U.Smith/ Sandra NALDER. January
1988.

Noted events in her life were:

Residence at Death: Greenwich Home of Peace in river Road, 3 Nov 1968, Greenwich Sydney NSW Australia.

Rachel married AndrewAlexander BERGERSEN [4107] [MRIN: 2570], son of Anders BERGERSEN [94859] and Maria Sophia HANSEN [94860], about 1910. AndrewAlexander was born in 1888, died on 2 Jan 1956 in Takapau Hawke's Bay New Zealand at age 68, and was buried on 4 Jan 1956 in Mangatera Cemetery Dannevirke Hawke's Bay New Zealand.

Noted events in his life were:

Residence at Death: Rakautatahi Road, 2 Jan 1956, Takapau Hawke's Bay New Zealand.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 219 M    i. Douglas Alexander Raymond ULPH [4069] was born on 15 Mar 1911 in Napier Hawke's Bay New Zealand, died on 18 Apr 1989 in Whakatane New Zealand at age 78, and was buried on 20 Apr 1989 in RSA Section Hillcrest Cemetery Whakatane New Zealand.

Rachel next married Harold Leslie HAWKES [4064] [MRIN: 2567], son of John James HAWKES [27915] and Alice Maud Mary RUSTON [27916], on 16 Dec 1913 in Hastings Hawke's Bay New Zealand. Harold was born on 28 Oct 1899 in Napier Hawke's Bay New Zealand, died on 4 Jun 1952 in Wellington Wellington New Zealand at age 52, and was buried on 6 Jun 1952 in Karori Crematorium Karori Wellington New Zealand..

Children from this marriage were:

+ 220 F    i. Phyllis May Alice HAWKES [4108] was born on 3 Nov 1914 in Napier Hawke's Bay New Zealand, died on 1 Oct 1972 in Auckland Auckland New Zealand at age 57, and was buried on 3 Oct 1972 in Auckland Auckland New Zealand.

+ 221 M    ii. Harold Clifford Selwyn HAWKES [4109] was born on 29 Feb 1916 in Napier Hawke's Bay New Zealand, died on 26 Nov 1982 in Napier Hawke's Bay New Zealand at age 66, and was buried on 29 Nov 1982 in Whangarei Lawn Cemetery Whangarei Northland New Zealand. (Twin)

+ 222 F    iii. Nola Olive Isobel HAWKES [4110] was born on 29 Feb 1916 in Napier Hawke's Bay New Zealand, died on 8 Jun 1979 in Lower Hutt Wellington New Zealand at age 63, and was buried on 12 Jun 1979 in Karori Crematorium Karori Wellington New Zealand.. (Twin)

+ 223 M    iv. Leslie Cyril HAWKES [4111] was born on 11 Mar 1924 in Napier Hawke's Bay New Zealand, died on 14 Sep 2007 in Hastings Hawke's Bay New Zealand at age 83, and was buried on 16 Sep 2007 in Hastings Cemetery Hastings Hawke's Bay New Zealand.

Rachel next married Henry Horace MILLER [4065] [MRIN: 2568], son of William MILLER [94862] and May [94863], in 1952 in Sydney NSW Australia. Henry died in 1954 in Manly Sydney NSW Australia. Another name for Henry was Harry.

Rachel next married Adam Hubertus JAS [4066] [MRIN: 2569], son of Unknown and Unknown, in 1959 in North Sydney NSW Australia. Adam was born about 1901 and died in 1970 in Gosford NSW Australia aged about 69.

181. Robert Selwyn Reid ULPH [4211] (Henry George136, Frederick Thomas102, Thomas Birt83, Thomas61, Thomas46, John33, John25, John14, John11, John7, William2, William1) was born on 26 Jul 1896 in Havelock North Hawke's Bay New Zealand, died on 31 Oct 1958 in Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand at age 62, and was buried on 1 Nov 1958 in Waipukurau Cemetery Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand.

General Notes: In an eMail, dated February 18, 2007, Sylvia Robertson sent the following Inscription:

Waipukurau Cemetery - R.S.A. Plot 120:
"Great War Veteran 2/1527 Gnr RSR ULPH,
Fld Artillery, died 31st October 1958 aged 62. NZEF"

The "Gnr" means he was a Gunner in the NZEF, New Zealand Expeditionary Force. [WW1]

Robert married Ivy Margaret Caroline WATTS [4067] [MRIN: 2575], daughter of William Frederick WATTS [94864] and Minnie Sarah Jane WILLIS [94865], in 1927 in New Zealand. Ivy was born in 1904.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 224 M    i. William Frederick Selwyn ULPH [4070] was born on 8 Sep 1924 in Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand.

+ 225 F    ii. Ruby Rachel May ULPH [4071] was born on 19 Sep 1927 in Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand, died on 22 Apr 1977 in Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand at age 49, and was buried on 24 Apr 1977 in Waipukurau Cemetery Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand.

+ 226 M    iii. Kenneth Robert ULPH [4072] was born on 17 Nov 1929 in Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand.

+ 227 F    iv. Charmaine Ivy ULPH [4073] was born on 23 May 1936 in Waipukurau Hawke's Bay New Zealand.


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