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TOWN TALK AND TABLE CHAT.

18 August 1866, The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), page 4

The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, TAS, Saturday 18th August 1866, page 4.

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DEATH OF JOHN CAMERON, Esq.

30 June 1866, The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), page 4

The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, TAS, Saturday 30th June 1866, page 4.

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Religious Entelligence. CHURCH OF ENGLAND.

25 September 1866, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 2

The Launceston Examiner, Tasmania, Tuesday 25th September 1866, page 2.

…[1] The Launceston Examiner, Tasmania, Tuesday 25th September 1866, page 2.

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TOWN TALK AND TABLE CHAT.

8 May 1867, The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), page 4

The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, TAS, Wednesday 8th May 1867, page 5.

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Port Balrymple News.

14 January 1825, Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser (Tas. : 1821 - 1825), page 3

…[2] Hobart Town Gazette and Van Diemen’s Land Advertiser, TAS. Friday 14th January 1825, page 3.

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STATE OF THE WEATHER[?] FROM 12th TO 19th FEBRUARY 1826.

25 February 1826, Hobart Town Gazette (Tas. : 1825 - 1827), page 2

…[3] Hobart Town Gazette, TAS, Saturday 25th February 1826, page 2.

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ST. JOHN'S CHURCH.

15 March 1865, The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), page 4

…[5] The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, TAS, Wednesday 15th March 1865, page 4.

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TOWN TALK AND TABLE CHAT.

14 February 1866, The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), page 4

…[6] The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, TAS, Wednesday 14th February 1866, page 4.

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THE NEW CHANCEL AT ST. JOHN'S CHURCH.

29 May 1866, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 3

…[7] Launceston Examiner, TAS, Tuesday 29th May 1866, page 3.

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TOWN TALK AND TABLE CHAT.

18 February 1865, The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), page 10

…[8] The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, Saturday 18th February 1865, page 10.

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TOWN TALK AND TABLE CHAT.

10 June 1865, The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), page 4

…[9] The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, TAS, Saturday, 10th June 1865, page 4.

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Family Notices

30 June 1866, The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), page 4

…[10] The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, TAS, Saturday 30th June 1866, page 4.

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OPENING OF CHRIST CHURCH.

20 October 1885, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 3

Launceston Examiner, Tasmania, Tuesday 20th October 1885, page 3.

…[10] Launceston Examiner, Tasmania, Tuesday 20th October 1885, page 3.

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LAUNCESTON. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] Tuesday.

21 October 1885, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 3

The Mercury, Hobart, Tasmania, Wednesday 21st October 1885, page 3

…[8] The Mercury, Hobart, Tasmania, Wednesday 21st October 1885, page 3

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OUR WEEKLY LAUNCESTON LETTER. (From Our Own Correspondent.) January 25.

26 January 1907, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 8

The Mercury, Hobart, Saturday 26th January 1907, page 8.

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THE LATE MR W.S. BUTTON.

19 September 1876, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 2

…years deacon of this church, also the first mayor of Launceston, and Marianne, his wife, this window is dedicated.” There is also a stained-glass window to the memory of another mayor of Launceston, Mr. Landon Fairthorne, who died in 1890…” The Mercury, Hobart, TAS, Saturday 7 th March 1953, page 20. “MR. WILLIAM STAMMERS BUTTON, who was Launceston’s first mayor, and held office from 1853 to 1856. Mr. Button was associated with the beginnings of the Princes Square Independent Church, now Christ Church, where a memorial window honours his name.” The Mercury, Hobart, TAS, Saturday 7th March 1953, page 20. Launceston Examiner, Tasmania, Tuesday 19th September 1876, page 2. “THE LATE MR W.S. BUTTON. (1876, September 19). Launceston One more old colonist has finished his course. Mr. W. Button died peacefully at his residence, St. John-street, at a quarter-past eight on Sunday morning, aged 80 years, having lived in Tasmania 43 years. He was born at Nayland, in Suffolk, in the year 1795, where his early boyhood was spent, removing to Sudbury, in the same county, while yet young, in which place he was associated in business with his uncle, in whose service he frequently travelled to various parts of England, visiting also France and Flanders, when travelling by…

…[1] Launceston Examiner, Tasmania, Tuesday 19th September 1876, page 2.

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OUR LAUNCESTON LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] LAUNCESTON, Monday morning.

19 September 1876, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 3

…last. His interest in al things relating to colonial life was as fresh and strong as in his days of robust strength and willing work. Though old, he still retained His manly sense and energy of mind; Virtuous and wise he was, but not severe, He still remembered that once he was young. Most of places of business wee partially closed yesterday as a mark of respect for the deceased gentleman, and the Municipal Council adjourned immediately after meeting for the same reason. The funeral will take place this afternoon, friends assembling at Prince’s Square Congregational Church at half-past three”. The Mercury, Hobart, TAS, Tuesday 19th September 1876, page 3. “OUR LAUNCESTON LETTER. [From our own correspondent.] LAUNCESTON, Monday morning. “I regret to have to record the death, at about a quarter past eight o’clock on Sunday morning, at his residence St. John-street, of Mr. William Stammers Button, at the ripe age of 81 years. Mr. Button is a very old colonist, having arrived in the colony in 1832. He first settled in Longford, where he entered into partnership with a brother-in=law, the late Mr. William Waddell, in the establishment of a brewery on that township. After carrying on the business for some three years at Longford the firm removed…

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OUR LAUNCESTON LFTTER. [From our own Correspondent.] LAUNCESTON, Tuesday Evening.

21 September 1876, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 3

…on Thursday last. On Thursday night, however, serious symptoms manifested themselves, and he then sank rapidly up to the time of his death, which took place on Sunday morning. The pastor of Prince’s Square Church, the Rev. Wm. Law, in his morning service, both in his prayer and sermon, alluded in feeling terms to the long connection of Mr. Button with the church, and his many excellent qualities, and then announced that the funeral service would take place on Tuesday afternoon, at three o’clock, at the church; and that on the following Sunday evening he should preach a memorial sermon.” The Mercury, Hobart, TAS, Thursday 21st September 1876, page 3. “The funeral of Mr. William Stammers Button left his late residence, St. John-street, at 25 minutes past 3 this afternoon, arriving at the Prince’s Square Congregational Church about half-past 3. During the passing of the funeral cortege to the church, the bell of St. Andrew’s Church was tolled. The funeral service was conducted by the Rev. J. Lindsay and the Rev. C. Price, after which the Rev. W. Law delivered a funeral oration in which he commented at length on the many estimable qualities of the deceased, and his long and useful career. The funeral was largely attended, and after…

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OBITUARY. THE LATE MR W. [?] SUTTON.

2 October 1876, The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), page 4

…C. Price; next Drs. Miller and Hardy; then the hearse with the following gentlemen acting as pall bearers:- Messrs. E. L. Diteham, H. Dowling, E. Dickens, J. Kemp, F.L. Fyah and J. Steer, senr. Alderman C. S. Button, son of the deceased gentleman, followed, and with him the other near relations and connections of the deceased. The Mayor, the Town Clerk, the members of the corporation and those of eh Maritime board cam next, and then followed a long procession, there being some 200 persons present. The remains were conveyed to their last resting place the cemetery in Mulgrave Square.” The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, TAS, Monday 2nd October 1876, page 4. “THE LATE MR. W. S. BUTTON Mr. William Stammers Button died at his residence, St. John street, Launceston, on the morning of Sunday, 17 th September, a little after eight o’clock. His illness had been a very short one. He was about as usual on the 13 th September, was taken unwell in the course of the evening, gradually sank into a comatose state, and passed quietly away. Mr. Button came to the colony 43 years ago, and after a short residence at Norfolk Plains came to Launceston, where he won for himself a large measure of general respect and…

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OUR LAUNCESTON LETTER. [From our own Correspondent.] LAUNCESTON, Monday Morning.

26 September 1876, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 3

…a good education, was gifted with considerable natural powers, and had always been a great reader. Mixed up as Mr Button had been in many questions in which considerable diversity of opinion prevailed, it cannot be expected that he always in his public life pleased everyone; but he was recognised throughout his long career as a man whose wish was to do good, and one who had fully identified himself with the land of his adoption. In private life Mr Button was an intelligent companion – a kind and faithful friend. He lived to reach the age of eighty years.” The Mercury, Hobart, TAS, Tuesday 26th September 1876, page 3. “At the Prince’s Square Congregational Church on Sunday evening, the Rev. Wm. Law delivered a memorial sermon on the death of the late Mr. William Stammers Button, choosing his text from Acts, xiii., 36. “For David after he had served his own generation by the will of God fell on sleep.” Both the body of the church and the galleries were filled. The rev. gentleman made the text the basis of an appropriate and impressive sermon, and concluded with an enumeration of the many acts of philanthropic and Christian usefulness, which had marked the long and honoured life of their…

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SUPREME COURT, CRIMINAL SITTINGS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12.

14 January 1843, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 7

…Prince’s Square Congregational Church on Sunday evening, the Rev. Wm. Law delivered a memorial sermon on the death of the late Mr. William Stammers Button, choosing his text from Acts, xiii., 36. “For David after he had served his own generation by the will of God fell on sleep.” Both the body of the church and the galleries were filled. The rev. gentleman made the text the basis of an appropriate and impressive sermon, and concluded with an enumeration of the many acts of philanthropic and Christian usefulness, which had marked the long and honoured life of their departed townsman.” Launceston Examiner, TAS, Saturday 14th January 1843, page 7. “SUPREME COURT, CRIMINAL SITTINGS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12. The Queen, at the instance of W. S. Button, v. W. L. Goodwin, for printing and publishing a malicious libel…” On the 16 th of April, William Lushington Goodwin published in the Cornwall Chronicle the following malicious libel against William Stammers Button:- “In all transactions let us honest be, And honour give to strict integrity, Let bolters by their creditors be scouted, And their professions afterwards be doubted; In whatsoever clime they take their fight Let them be doomed to everlasting night, And honest men with them all business shun, Fearful they might…

…[5] Launceston Examiner, TAS, Saturday 14th January 1843, page 7.

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Advertising

9 April 1853, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 3

…[2] Launceston Examiner, TAS, Saturday 9th April 1853, page 3.

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LAUNCESTON MUNICIPAL. ELECTION, JANUARY 1, 1853.

5 January 1853, The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), page 4

…[3] The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, TAS, Wednesday 5th January 1853, page 4.

…[4] The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, TAS, Wednesday 5th January 1853, page 4.

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CORNWALL CHRONICLE, COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURAL AND NAVAL REGISTER. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 5, 1853. FIRST MAYOR OF LAUNCESTON.

5 January 1853, The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880), page 3

…[6] The Cornwall Chronicle, Launceston, TAS, Wednesday 5th January 1853, page 4.

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LAUNCESTON.

16 October 1856, Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), page 3

…[7] Colonial Times, Hobart, TAS, Thursday 16th October 1856, page 3.

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CEMETERY CONTROL Charles-street Ground AREA TO BE CLOSED.

29 September 1925, Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), page 4

…[9] Examiner, Launceston TAS, Tuesday 29th September 1925, page 4.

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OUR PREACHERS. REV. W. W. F. MURRAY.

4 March 1882, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 3

The Mercury Hobart, Tasmania, Saturday 4th March 1882, page 3.

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OBITUARY.

3 August 1878, The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), page 2

…Obit: Dr Moore ( no mention of his past shipwreck though !)…

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENGE. HOBSON'S BAY.

21 November 1865, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 4

…[1] The Argus, Melbourne, Tuesday 21st November 1865, page 4.

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TASMANIAN AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION.

9 July 1878, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 2

…[2] Launceston Examiner, Tuesday 9th July 1878, page 3.

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MR. JAMES ROBERTSON.

15 January 1853, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 4

Launceston Examiner, Tas, 15th January 1853, page 4.

…[7] Launceston Examiner, Tas, 15th January 1853, page 4.

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MR. ROBERTSON'S NEW RESIDENCE.

21 March 1871, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 2

The Launceston Examiner, Tuesday 21st March 1871, page 2.

…[1] The Launceston Examiner, Tuesday 21st March 1871, page 2. [2] Peter Mills also designed the Launceston Town Hall in 1864 and several other historical buildings in Launceston. [3] The Launceston Examiner, Tuesday 21 st March 1871, page 2. [4] The Hobart Town Courier, Tas, Saturday 29 th August 1829, page 3. [5] The Hobart Town Courier, Tas, Saturday 4 th June 1831, page 1. [6] The Hobart Town Courier, Tas, Friday 22nd November 1833, page 2. [7] Launceston Examiner, Tas, 15 th January 1853, page 4. [8] Launceston Examiner, Tas, 9th April 1874, page 3. [9] Launceston Examiner, Tas, Thursday 20th January 1853, pages 5. [10] Formed in 1841…

…[3] The Launceston Examiner, Tuesday 21st March 1871, page 2.

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OBITUARY.

2 April 1874, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 2

Launceston Examiner, Tas, Thursday 2nd April 1874, page 2.

…[16] Launceston Examiner, Tas, Thursday 2nd April 1874, page 2.

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THE LATE MR JAMES ROBERTSON

9 April 1874, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 3

Launceston Examiner, Tas, 9th April 1874, page 3.

…[8] Launceston Examiner, Tas, 9th April 1874, page 3.

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Classified Advertising

29 August 1829, The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), page 3

…[4] The Hobart Town Courier, Tas, Saturday 29th August 1829, page 3.

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Classified Advertising

4 June 1831, The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), page 1

…[5] The Hobart Town Courier, Tas, Saturday 4th June 1831, page 1.

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Family Notices

22 November 1833, The Hobart Town Courier (Tas. : 1827 - 1839), page 2

…[6] The Hobart Town Courier, Tas, Friday 22nd November 1833, page 2.

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ST. ANDREW'S SOCIETY.

20 January 1853, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 5

…[9] Launceston Examiner, Tas, Thursday 20th January 1853, pages 5.

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Classified Advertising

12 January 1841, The Courier (Hobart, Tas. : 1840 - 1859), page 1

…[11] The Courier, Hobart, Tas, Tuesday 12th January 1841, page 1.

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LAUNCESTON: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1842.

17 March 1842, Launceston Advertiser (Tas. : 1829 - 1846), page 3

…[12] Launceston Advertiser, Tas, Thursday 17th March 1842, page 3.

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SECOND EDITION.

26 January 1848, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 6

…[13] Launceston Examiner, Tas, Wednesday 26th January 1848, page 6.

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Family Notices

8 February 1850, Colonial Times (Hobart, Tas. : 1828 - 1857), page 2

…[14] Colonial Times, Hobart, Tas, 8th February 1850, page 2.

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Family Notices

4 June 1851, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 2

…[15] Launceston Examiner, Tas, Wednesday 4th June 1851, page 2.

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CURRENT TOPICS

4 September 1891, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 2

…[18] Launceston Examiner, Tas, 4th September 1891, page 2. © Copyright…

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OUR LONDON LETTERS. LONDON, 26th June, 1867.

13 August 1867, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 4

The Mercury, Hobart Tasmania, Tuesday 13th August 1867, page 5.

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Vandals smash church windows Geelong, Tuesday

16 May 1951, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 5

…5. Duneed, Victoria, St Patrick’s (Mt Moriac) rebuilt in 1950’s. In May 1951 is was reported that the stained glass windows had been vandalised so it’s unlikely that they were ever repaired. An outside view of the church in 2010 did not reveal any stained glass that could be original. Ref: The Argus, Melbourne, VIC, Wednesday 16th May 1951, page 5.

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Family Notices

7 December 1877, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…Judge Robert Williams Pohlman (1811- 1877 ): Biography | Obit 1877 | Funeral | Obit 1878 His funeral was in St Stephen’s in Richmond and he was buried in the Melbourne General Cemetery on the 8 th Dec 1877. He was married twice. His second wife, Mercy Clifton Bachelor?, died of an embolism at age 26 on the 21 st January 1876 only a couple of weeks after giving birth to a still born daughter on the 5 th January 1876 . He only had one daughter to his second wife named Annie who married Navy Commander Frederick Owen Pike at St John’s in Toorak on…

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DEATH OF JUDGE POHLMAN.

7 December 1877, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 6

…Judge Robert Williams Pohlman (1811- 1877 ): Biography | Obit 1877 | Funeral | Obit 1878 His funeral was in St Stephen’s in Richmond and he was buried in the Melbourne General Cemetery on the 8 th Dec 1877. He was married twice. His second wife, Mercy Clifton Bachelor?, died of an embolism at age 26 on the 21 st January 1876 only a couple of weeks after giving birth to a still born daughter on the 5 th January 1876 . He only had one daughter to his second wife named Annie who married Navy Commander Frederick Owen Pike at St John’s in Toorak on the 27 th December 1893…

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Advertising

7 December 1877, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 8

…Judge Robert Williams Pohlman (1811- 1877 ): Biography | Obit 1877 | Funeral | Obit 1878 His funeral was in St Stephen’s in Richmond and he was buried in the Melbourne General Cemetery on the 8 th Dec 1877. He was married twice. His second wife, Mercy Clifton Bachelor?, died of an embolism at age 26 on the 21 st January 1876 only a couple of weeks after giving birth to a still born daughter on the 5 th January 1876 . He only had one daughter to his second wife named Annie who married Navy Commander Frederick Owen Pike at St John’s in Toorak on the 27 th December 1893 .…

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HIS HONOUR JUDGE POHLMAN.

19 January 1878, The Australasian Sketcher with Pen and Pencil (Melbourne, Vic. : 1873 - 1889), page 167

…Judge Robert Williams Pohlman (1811- 1877 ): Biography | Obit 1877 | Funeral | Obit 1878 His funeral was in St Stephen’s in Richmond and he was buried in the Melbourne General Cemetery on the 8 th Dec 1877. He was married twice. His second wife, Mercy Clifton Bachelor?, died of an embolism at age 26 on the 21 st January 1876 only a couple of weeks after giving birth to a still born daughter on the 5 th January 1876 . He only had one daughter to his second wife named Annie who married Navy Commander Frederick Owen Pike at St John’s in Toorak on the 27 th December 1893 .…

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Family Notices

22 January 1876, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…Judge Robert Williams Pohlman (1811- 1877 ): Biography | Obit 1877 | Funeral | Obit 1878 His funeral was in St Stephen’s in Richmond and he was buried in the Melbourne General Cemetery on the 8 th Dec 1877. He was married twice. His second wife, Mercy Clifton Bachelor?, died of an embolism at age 26 on the 21st January 1876 only a couple of weeks after giving birth to a still born daughter on the 5 th January 1876 . He only had one daughter to his second wife named Annie who married Navy Commander Frederick Owen Pike at St John’s in Toorak on the 27 th December 1893 .…

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Family Notices

7 January 1876, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 1

…Judge Robert Williams Pohlman (1811- 1877 ): Biography | Obit 1877 | Funeral | Obit 1878 His funeral was in St Stephen’s in Richmond and he was buried in the Melbourne General Cemetery on the 8 th Dec 1877. He was married twice. His second wife, Mercy Clifton Bachelor?, died of an embolism at age 26 on the 21 st January 1876 only a couple of weeks after giving birth to a still born daughter on the 5th January 1876 . He only had one daughter to his second wife named Annie who married Navy Commander Frederick Owen Pike at St John’s in Toorak on the 27 th December 1893 .…

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Marriage. CAPTAIN PIKE, R.N.-MISS POHLMAN.

13 January 1894, The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866 - 1939), page 92

…Biography | Obit 1877 | Funeral | Obit 1878 His funeral was in St Stephen’s in Richmond and he was buried in the Melbourne General Cemetery on the 8 th Dec 1877. He was married twice. His second wife, Mercy Clifton Bachelor?, died of an embolism at age 26 on the 21 st January 1876 only a couple of weeks after giving birth to a still born daughter on the 5 th January 1876 . He only had one daughter to his second wife named Annie who married Navy Commander Frederick Owen Pike at St John’s in Toorak on the 27th December 1893 .…

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Family Notices

16 February 1856, Launceston Examiner (Tas. : 1842 - 1899), page 2

…This would mean that the stained glass window would have been a memorial to his first wife “Eliza” who died at Richmond on about the 11th Feb 1856 .…

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Family Notices

14 June 1867, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 4

…This is possibly James Stodart (c1825- 1867 ), Mayor of Prahran 1864/ 65 and councillor 1858/59-1859/60, 1863/64-1864/65.…

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THE YAN YEAN WATER SUPPLY.

3 June 1865, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 5

…This is possibly James Stodart (c1825- 1867 ), Mayor of Prahran 1864/ 65 and councillor 1858/59-1859/60, 1863/64-1864/65.…

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FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1867.

14 June 1867, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 4

…He died on Wednesday 12th June 1867 .…

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OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION.

25 October 1866, The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), page 5

The Argus, Melbourne, Thursday 25th October 1866, page 5 , The Launceston Examiner, Monday 29 th October 1866, page 3, The Argus, Melbourne, Saturday 27 th October 1866, page 2s. The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle, NSW, Saturday 3rd November 1866, page 2.…

The Argus, Melbourne, Thursday 25th October 1866, page 5 , The Launceston Examiner, Monday 29 th October 1866, page 3, The Argus, Melbourne, Saturday 27 th October 1866, page 2s.…

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THE INTERCOLONIAL EXHIBITION.

3 November 1866, The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle (NSW : 1864 - 1881), page 2

…The Argus, Melbourne, Thursday 25th October 1866, page 5 , The Launceston Examiner, Monday 29 th October 1866, page 3, The Argus, Melbourne, Saturday 27 th October 1866, page 2s. The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle, NSW, Saturday 3rd November 1866, page 2.