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21 September 1935, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 13

…Married: Ila May Ireson on 10 August 1935, in St Mary's Church of England, Morwell, Victoria, Australia The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 21 September 1935 p13 NEILSON—IRESON—On the 10th August in St Mary's Church of England Morwell by the Rev. L. W. Benn, Keith Arthur, third son of Mrs. and the late Mr. R. Neilson of Caulfield, to Ila May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ??. T. Ireson of Traralgon (Auckland papers please copy.)…

…Marriage:   The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 21 September 1935 p13 Occupation: Australian Imperial Force Nominal Roll Notes: Australian Imperial Force Nominal Roll Death: Mid Gippsland Family History Society ; place from FamilySearch Community Trees (AustVictoria) Burial: Mid Gippsland Family History Society…

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WELCOME HOME. PRIVATE K. NEILSON.

12 September 1919, Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Vic. : 1886 - 1932) , page 4

…third son of Mrs. and the late Mr. R. Neilson of Caulfield, to Ila May, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ??. T. Ireson of Traralgon (Auckland papers please copy.) Occupation: Butter factory assistant Notes: Keith served with the Australian Imperial Force in World War I. He  joined the 14th Reinforcements of the 29th Infantry Battalion as a private on 17 September 1917. His address at this time was recorded as Traralgon, Victoria, and his next of kin was his mother Mrs. H. M. Neilson, of Traralgon, Victoria. Keith embarked on HMAT Ulysses A38 from Melbourne on 22 December 1917. Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 12 September 1919 p4 WELCOME HOME. PRIVATE K. NEILSON. On Monday evening Private Keith Neilson, son of Mrs Neilson of Hotham Street, Traralgon, arrived from active service, after being away for about two years. The young soldier received a hearty welcome at the railway station from a large number of friends, while Cr Pettit, on behalf of the Returned Soldiers Committee, formally welcomed Private Neilson, and the Town Band awoke the echoes with the old, yet ever new strains of "Home, Sweet Home." Private Neilson, with his mother and relatives, were then motored home, where a sumptuous repast was spread in honor of the…

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27 June 1884, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…Trees (AustVictoria) Parents: FamilySearch Community Trees (AustVictoria) Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 21 September 1935 p13 Occupation: Australian Imperial Force Nominal Roll Notes: Australian Imperial Force Nominal Roll Death: Mid Gippsland Family History Society ; place from FamilySearch Community Trees (AustVictoria) Burial: Mid Gippsland Family History Society Robert Charles Cunningham Neilson Robert Charles Cunningham Neilson photo from Helen Pillerine Birth: 12 November 1843, in Tarraville, Port Phillip district, New South Wales Baptism: 11 May 1845, in Maneroo, New South Wales Father: James Neilson Mother: Isabella (_____) Neilson Married: Henrietta Mary Hartrick on 24 June 1884 in Christ Church, Tarraville, Victoria The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1884 p1 Marriages. NEILSON—HARTRICK — On the 24th inst., at Christ Church, Tarraville, by the Rev. H. A. Betts, Robert C. C. Neilson of Stratford, to Minnie, youngest daughter of G. S. Hartrick, Port Albert. Gippsland Times (Victoria) 27 June 1884 p3 That ever popular and interesting ceremony, the tying of the Gordian knot, was performed in the Church of England, Tarraville, on Tuesday last. The officiating minister was the Rev. H. A. Betts, the most deeply interested parties to the contract (says the Standard ) being Mr Robert Neilson and Miss Minnie Hartrick. The bride was given away by her brother-in-law…

…Burial: Mid Gippsland Family History Society Robert Charles Cunningham Neilson Robert Charles Cunningham Neilson photo from Helen Pillerine Birth: 12 November 1843, in Tarraville, Port Phillip district, New South Wales Baptism: 11 May 1845, in Maneroo, New South Wales Father: James Neilson Mother: Isabella (_____) Neilson Married: Henrietta Mary Hartrick on 24 June 1884 in Christ Church, Tarraville, Victoria The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1884 p1 Marriages. NEILSON—HARTRICK — On the 24th inst., at Christ Church, Tarraville, by the Rev. H. A. Betts, Robert C. C. Neilson of Stratford, to Minnie, youngest daughter of G. S. Hartrick, Port Albert. Gippsland Times (Victoria) 27 June 1884 p3 That ever popular and interesting ceremony, the tying of the Gordian knot, was performed in the Church of England, Tarraville, on Tuesday last. The officiating minister was the Rev. H. A. Betts, the most deeply interested parties to the contract (says the Standard ) being Mr Robert Neilson and Miss Minnie Hartrick. The bride was given away by her brother-in-law Mr S. Symonds, and a number of friends of the happy couple were present to wish them prosperity as they drove away in the direction of Sale, en route to their new home at Fernbank, near Stratford. Children: Robert Allan…

…Marriage:   The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1884 p1 Occupation: Gippsland Times (Victoria) 14 June 1884 p2 Death: Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p3 ; exact place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 7 March 1916 p1 Burial: Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p3 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records…

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14 June 1894, Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), page 2

…Occupation: Robert was manager of the Kilmany Park Estate in Sale, Victoria, in 1894. Gippsland Times (Victoria) 14 June 1884 p2 NOTICE. All persons found Shooting, Coursing, or otherwise TRESPASSING on the KILMANY PARK ESTATE will be PROSECUTED without respect to persons. R. C. C. NEILSON, Manager, May 14th, 1894.…

…Occupation:   Gippsland Times (Victoria) 14 June 1884 p2 Death: Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p3 ; exact place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 7 March 1916 p1 Burial: Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p3 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records…

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Obituary. DEATH OF MR ROBT. NEILSON.

29 February 1916, Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Vic. : 1886 - 1932) , page 3

…Isobel Neilson (1888 - 1967) Ivy Henrietta Neilson (1892 - 1978) Roy Standish Neilson (1895 - 1959) Keith Arthur Neilson (1898 - 1982) Eric Reginald Bruce Neilson (1900 - 1989) Vivian Felix Henry Neilson (1906 - 1975) Occupation: Robert was manager of the Kilmany Park Estate in Sale, Victoria, in 1894. Gippsland Times (Victoria) 14 June 1884 p2 NOTICE. All persons found Shooting, Coursing, or otherwise TRESPASSING on the KILMANY PARK ESTATE will be PROSECUTED without respect to persons. R. C. C. NEILSON, Manager, May 14th, 1894. Death: 27 February 1916, at Traralgon House, Hotham Street, Victoria, Australia, aged 72 Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p3 Obituary. DEATH OF MR ROBT. NEILSON. We regret to chronicle the death of Mr Robert Charles C. Neilson, husband of Mrs Neilson, of Traralgon, which sad event took place on Sunday morning. Deceased, who was 72 years of age, was well known in the Cowwarr district, where he resided for some years before coming to Traralgon. Of late he had been ailing, and the last few weeks was confined to his room, so that his death was not unexpected. The late Mr Neilson was held in high esteem by all who knew him, and his death will be much regretted…

…Death:   Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p3 ; exact place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 7 March 1916 p1…

…Burial:   Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p3 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records…

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OBITUARY. Robert C. Neilson Passes.

29 February 1916, Gippsland Farmers Journal (Traralgon, Vic. : 1914 - 1918), page 2

…and the last few weeks was confined to his room, so that his death was not unexpected. The late Mr Neilson was held in high esteem by all who knew him, and his death will be much regretted by many, while the sympathy of a large circle of friends will be extended to Mrs Neilson and family in their bereavement. The funeral took place yesterday, when the remains of deceased were interred in the Traralgon Cemetery. The burial service was read by the Rev. W. J. T. Pay, and the funeral arrangements carried out by Messrs F. and F. Grubb. Gippsland Farmers Journal (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p2 OBITUARY. Robert C. Neilson Passes. Death claimed another familiar figure in this portion of Gippsland on Sunday, namely, Mr. Robt Charles Neilson, of Hotham street, Traralgon, who had attained the the advanced age of 72 years. He had been in ill-health for a number of years. Mrs. Neilson and a family of eight sons and daughters, nearly all grown up, survive, and have the sympathy of friends and the public in their bereavement. The remains were interred in the Traralgon Cemetery yesterday, when Rev W. J. T Pay, Church of England minister, conducted the service, and F. and E. Grubb…

…Birth: Australia Births and Baptisms batch C13545-4 film 993955 ; place from Gippsland Farmers Journal (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p2 Baptism: Australia Births and Baptisms batch C13545-4 film 993955 Parents: Australia Births and Baptisms batch C13545-4 film 993955 Marriage: The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 27 June 1884 p1 Occupation: Gippsland Times (Victoria) 14 June 1884 p2 Death: Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p3 ; exact place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 7 March 1916 p1 Burial: Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p3 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records…

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7 March 1916, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…Death:   Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p3 ; exact place from The Argus (Melbourne, Victoria) 7 March 1916 p1 Burial: Traralgon Record (Traralgon, Victoria) 29 February 1916 p3 ; Gippsland Memorial Park records…

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DIVORCE COURT

13 March 1948, Townsville Daily Bulletin (Qld. : 1885 - 1954), page 4

…Vivian and Mary were divorced in 1948. Townsville Daily Bulletin (Townsville, Queensland) 13 March 1948 p4 DIVORCE COURT In the Supreme Court on Friday morning before Mr. Justice R. J. Douglas, Vivian Felix Henry Neilson proceeded against Mary Henrietta Neilson for the dissolution of their marriage on the grounds of desertion. Mr R. Cormack, instructed by A. E. Dean and Gillman, town agents for S. Newman Johnson. Mt. Isa, appeared for the plaintiff, the action being undefended. In evidence, the plaintiff stated he was married at Melbourne on June 17, 1929. He had lived with the defendant until December 30, when differences arose and they separated. He resumed cohabitation with his wife in 1938 and lived…

…Marriage: Townsville Daily Bulletin (Townsville, Queensland) 13 March 1948 p4 ; Mary's surname from FamilySearch Community Trees (AustVictoria) ; divorce from Townsville Daily Bulletin (Townsville, Queensland) 13 March 1948 p4…

…Marriage: Townsville Daily Bulletin (Townsville, Queensland) 13 March 1948 p4 ; Mary's surname from FamilySearch Community Trees (AustVictoria) ; divorce from Townsville Daily Bulletin (Townsville, Queensland) 13 March 1948 p4 Notes: Helen Pillerine Death: Queensland Death Index #C7640…

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EX-POLICEMAN HEAVY FINES No Time to Pay CAUSTIC MAGISTRATE GRAFTON, December 16.

17 December 1930, Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 - 1954), page 6

…from work one day and found that his wife had left taking her clothes and personal belongings, but leaving the infant child. Previously, there had been differences over her desire to go dancing without the plaintiff. Since April, 1939, the plaintiff had never heard of his wife and had never seen her except at the time of service of the writ and petition which was done in Melbourne on January 10, 1948. His Honour found the facts as alleged and granted a decree nisi to be made absolute at the end of three months. Notes: Vivian was known as "Bob" Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Queensland) 17 December 1930 p6 EX-POLICEMAN HEAVY FINES No Time to Pay CAUSTIC MAGISTRATE GRAFTON, December 16. When Vivian Neilson was to-day fined £15, or three months, and £5, or one month, for having two revolvers in his possession, also £7, or three months, for stealing 15 gallons of petrol from a Coff's' Harbour garage, he was refused time to pay, the magistrate stating that reflection in gaol would do him good. It was alleged Neilson had deserted from the police force in Victoria where he was attached to the motor cycle patrol. He was supplied with 15 gallons of petrol at Coff's Harbour where…

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POLICE DESERTER NOW IN JAIL Tells Story Of Fight With Fellow Constable STOLE PETROL.

17 December 1930, The Register News-Pictorial (Adelaide, SA : 1929 - 1931), page 2

…possession, also £7, or three months, for stealing 15 gallons of petrol from a Coff's' Harbour garage, he was refused time to pay, the magistrate stating that reflection in gaol would do him good. It was alleged Neilson had deserted from the police force in Victoria where he was attached to the motor cycle patrol. He was supplied with 15 gallons of petrol at Coff's Harbour where he arrived in a car, accompanied by a woman who was not his wife, and had driven away without paying. Neilson had been in the Victorian police for two and a half years. The Register News-Pictorial (Adelaide, South Australia) 17 December 1930 p2 POLICE DESERTER NOW IN JAIL Tells Story Of Fight With Fellow Constable STOLE PETROL GRAFTON (N.S.W.), Tuesday.— Admitting himself to be a deserter from the Victorian Police Force, Vivian Felix Nielson appeared in the Police Court at Grafton today. He was fined £15, in default three months' imprisonment, and £5, in default one month, for having had two revolvers in his posses- sion, also £7, in default three months, for having stolen 15 gallons of petrol from Raymond's Garage, Coff's Harbour. Nielson told the police that until a few days ago he was attached to the Melbourne Police motor cycle…