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Quantity 10

The context for discovery:

This
biography was written as a part of the 52 ancestors in 52 weeks train devised
by Amy Johnson Crow.  You may take part too
here. The theme for this week is “Well-liked Identify.”

Amy says:

Do you might have an ancestor who had a
identify that was well-liked/fashionable on the time? Is there a reputation that retains getting
utilized in your loved ones tree? Do you might have an ancestor named after somebody well-known?
.”

George was my paternal
great-grandfather and boy, George Henry is a reputation that retains getting utilized in
our household tree. It results in all kinds of problems and mix-ups or errors
notably when different branches of the household tree insist on naming their
firstborn sons George Henry as properly. 

And simply so as to add insult to damage,
the identify CARRETT additionally will get misinterpret by the OCR as GARRETT. Different spelling
variations embody CARNET, CARRET, CARRITT, CARRATT, CARROTT. Sigh. 

This weblog submit is a
compilation of a number of weblog posts I beforehand wrote about my great-grandfather.

On the again of this photograph is my
Grandmother’s writing – “My father and brother George, Grandfather
standing and nice grandfather with beard.”

 

Nice-grandfather – as in George
Henry Charles Carrett I who was born in 1834 and died in 1912.

 

Grandfather as in George Henry
Charles Carrett II born in 1856 and died in 1929.

 

Father as in George Henry Charles
Carrett III born in 1879 and died in 1953.

 

Brother as in George Henry
Charles Carrett IV born in 1906 and died in 1976.

 

My guess is the photograph was taken
c1907.  

 

The infant was born in November
1906 – a twin to his sister Daisy Minnie.

 

Childhood

Start
Date/Place
:

George was the eldest son of George Henry Carrett II and Sarah STORES.  

He was born in
Dubbo ninth January 1879[i], the eldest of 9
kids.  

Listed below are the
others

·  Ethel Might was born on 4th March 1881[ii]
and died 25thJanuary 1882

·  Mabel Blanche Rose was born on 1st August 1883 in
Petersham[iii]

·  Harold Edward Stephen Carrett was born on twenty ninth
December 1885 in Petersham. Based on Peter Brian Carrett’s household historical past
they lived in Brixton Villa, Fairfowl Road, Marrickville. Harold was
christened at St Stephen’s 14th February 1886[iv]

·  Ernest Albert Victor was born on tenth November 1888
at Marrickville after which baptized on 6th January 1889 – George Henry
and Sarah’s mother and father residing at Avoca Smithfield – father a bricklayer. [v]

·  Charles Arthur Stanley Carrett was born seventh March
1891 at Seaview Road, Dulwich Hill, Marrickville, and baptized on 26th
April at St Stephen’s, Newtown[vi]

·  Edith Sarah Cecilia was born on twenty fifth January 1894
in Dubbo[vii]

·  Lester Irving Claude born on 14th June 1896 in
Dubbo
[viii]

·  Herbert John Lawrence was born on 14th June 1899
after which baptized on 10th September[ix]
at All Saints, Petersham His mother and father have been residing at Charles St Petersham.

Baptism
Date/Place:

I’ve not appeared
for baptism for George Henry Charles III. I must
comply with this up with church buildings in Dubbo.

From
George’s siblings’ births, we will see that his household moved to Sydney within the
mid-Eighteen Eighties residing in Petersham and Marrickville however then moved again to Dubbo
briefly earlier than transferring again to 131 Seaview Road Marrickville as per the 1891
Census.[x]
4 males and two females have been residing at house then, presumably George HC
Carrett II, his spouse and their kids Charles, Ernest, Harold and Mabel. The
1891 Census was performed on 5 April 1891 in line with the About notes on
FindMyPast that are very helpful.  George’s
youthful brother Charles would have simply snuck in being born in March
or perhaps he didn’t make it to the Census and actually it’s George Henry
III who’s the opposite male.

Newspaper Articles

In my Trove
searches, I did discover point out of George as Secretary of the newly fashioned Iron
Cove Crusing Membership in September 1900 as per here.  I do not suppose that the Iron Cove
Crusing Membership exists anymore.  There’s a Dobroyd Aquatic Membership however I do not
know its historical past.  My father and I used to sail a Mirror round Drummoyne
within the late 70s.  I did not understand how lengthy the connection went again!

He was additionally a
Brother within the Rose of Petersham GUOOF Lodge as per these newspaper articles
right here.  Or in fact, it might be his father.  It’s tough to inform.

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23 September 1899 Night Information Sydney NSW courtesy of Trove


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17 August 1900 Night Information Sydney NSW Courtesy of Trove


And a spot of cricket….

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third April 1900 Night Information, Sydney courtesy of Trove


Within the 1901
Census GH Carrett II is listed as residing at 32 Charles Road Petersham with 8
males and three females residing at house.
[xi]  I’m guessing that features George and his
spouse, and all his sons George Henry III, Harold, Ernest, Charles, Lester and
Herbert and his two daughters Mabel and Edith. 
I’m undecided who the additional male can be – perhaps one in all his brothers or
a boarder?

Married Life

Marriage
Dates/Locations:

George Henry Charles Carrett III married
Daisy Mildred TAYLOR on 20 Might 1902[xii] at Christ Church
Enmore
which is now St
Luke’s Anglican Church I imagine.  

 

Daisy was
described as being 19 years outdated and a housemaid residing at Stanmore.  

The mom of
the bride’s consent was obtained – Maryann Waters.  The daddy of the
bride is described as “not recognized”.  

Trying in
Trove for outcomes for Christ Church Enmore in 1902 I discovered an article within the
social pages for a wedding on 31 Might.  This made me understand that the 20
Might was not a Saturday.  It was in actual fact a Tuesday which strikes me as an
uncommon day to get married.  So perhaps issues have been completed in a little bit of a
rush.  Millie was born in December of that 12 months.  

I’m wondering how
Daisy and George met.  

Kids’s
Start Dates/Locations:

George and
Daisy had seven kids:

1.   
Millie
in 1903[xiii]

2.   
Ethel
(my grandmother) in 1904[xiv]

3.   
Daisy
&

4.   
George
– the twins in 1906[xv]

5.   
Rene
in 1908[xvi]

6.   
Ossie
in 1910[xvii]

7.      
And
Nora in 1913[xviii]

Electoral Rolls

1903 – There’s a George
residing at Nobbs’ Flat Canterbury[xix].  I’m assuming that is our George but it surely’s
tough to make sure.

San Francisco

“On the morning of April 18,
1906, a large earthquake shook San Francisco, California. Although the quake
lasted lower than a minute, its quick impression was disastrous. The earthquake
additionally ignited a number of fires across the metropolis that burned for 3 days and
destroyed almost 500 metropolis blocks.

Regardless of a fast response
from San Francisco’s giant navy inhabitants, the town was devastated. The
earthquake and fires killed an estimated 3,000 folks and left half of the
metropolis’s 400,000 residents homeless. Support poured in from across the nation and
the world, however those that survived confronted weeks of problem and hardship.”

(Nationwide Archives https://www.archives.gov/legislative/options/sf)

There are 7,000 articles
concerning the 1906 earthquake in San Francisco to be discovered on Trove.  Two thousand of those are in April when the
earthquake occurred however each month after that till September has 1,000
articles. 

The household story is that George and
his brother went to San Francisco to assist rebuild the town.
When Ethel
was lower than two years outdated and Millie was not but three, their father left for San
Francisco on the SS Sonoma along with his brother Thomas in September 1906[xx]   Their names additionally seem on the delivery
checklist within the SMH.

George is
recorded as arriving in Honolulu on 24 September with one piece of baggage.[xxi]
He lastly lands in San Francisco on 1st October 1906.[xxii]  He’s described as having brown hair, a good
complexion, gray eyes and standing 5’ 9” tall (175cm) and having $60 in his
possession.  Each he and Thomas described
themselves as bricklayers. 

It’s
nice to have the ability to see the occupations of all these on board.  Of the 30 folks on the web page I downloaded,
there are three labourers, seven carpenters, 5 masons, two plasterers, two
painters, one draughtsman, one Rivetter, one clerk, one blacksmith, one lodge keeper,
one soda water producer, one French gold miner and three bricklayers
(together with the 2 Carretts). There may be one painter, a John W Hewell or Newell(?)
a painter from Cleveland Ohio going to San Francisco.  The draughtsman was from Brisbane and on his
method to Vancouver and one of many labourers was going to St Louis.  The remainder have been going to San Francisco.  Most have been from Sydney and one from Bowral in
NSW.  There was one from Melbourne and three
from Ballarat, one from Adelaide, one from Kalgoorlie and three Scotsmen from
the Transvaal in South Africa. 

One other
fascinating level on the Manifest of Alien Passengers for the U.S. Immigration
Officer was the query of whether or not they have been polygamists or anarchists or
deformed or crippled.  Hmmm.  The reply was “No”.  When requested what race or folks they have been,
while describing themselves as Australian by nationality, the Carrett brothers
described themselves as English.  Others
described themselves as Greek, Scotch, Irish, Welsh.

In the meantime
again in Australia, Daisy gave beginning to twins Daisy and George on 3rd
November.  What fortitude to be left with
4 kids below the age of three.

George left San Francisco on
the “Ventura” and arrived in Sydney on 19 February 1907.[xxiii]
He additionally seems on the Delivery Record within the Sydney Morning Herald however the identify
is spelled CARRATT.[xxiv]  The ship was very overdue in line with this
article so George’s household would have been very nervous.

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That Welcome Dwelling. (1907, February 20). The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 – 1950), p. 2. Retrieved June 21, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article86158067

The household legend is that George
was given the keys to the town however I’ve not been capable of verify this with
any related authorities.  I’ve written
to the San Francisco Historical past Centre on the San Francisco Public Library, Berkeley
Library, and the California Historic Society, in addition to searched the San
Francisco Chronicle Historic Archives and the California Digital Newspaper
Undertaking and wrote to the Southern California Genealogical Society, all to no
avail.

1912 – George’s grandfather
George Henry Carrett I dies in Dubbo[xxv]

1913 – George and Daisy are
residing at Flinders Street Canterbury. 
George is described as a builder. 
His father, George Henry II resides across the nook in Riverview
highway along with his spouse Sarah and daughter Mary Ann. 
Charles, George Henry III’s brother, and spouse Louisa live in Bass
Street.[xxvi]

 

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This
Xmas card and an entry within the Sands Listing point out the Carretts moved to
Vaucluse occurred in 1914.
 

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The cardboard says Natona reasonably than Natoma however I believe that is a
typo.  



A search of Trove reveals that the Vauclus house was up for public sale in 1951 and described
as being 61 Fitzwilliam Street Vaucluse, although we all the time knew it as Parsley Bay.

It now appears to be known as
appropriately Le Mer.  

So why name your house Natoma?
 I’ve googled Natoma (sure, lazy I do know) and it appears to be an opera from
1911, a motorboat from the US Navy from 1917 to 1919 and naturally there may be
Natoma in Kansas and Lake Natoma in Sacramento, California.  The opera was
a little bit of a flop so far as I can inform.  Though I do really feel obliged to
embody a photograph of the soprano who performed the a part of Natoma as her surname does
appear to hyperlink with this week’s theme.

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However there’s a
little bit of me that hangs on to the Natoma based mostly in California.  

This is an image of Natoma Road
in San Francisco after the quake and if you wish to see extra of the devastation
on Natoma Road, try Stanford College’s web site here.  Perhaps my great-grandfather needed to commemorate his
work in Natoma Road??? I am glad for others to volunteer opinions.

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Nook of Seventh and Natoma San Francisco 1906 courtesy of DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist College from Flickr 


George appears to
have embraced life with all that it needed to supply.  He was a prolific builder
of properties in Sydney’s west.   

Little question the
Nice Struggle was simply one other journey so as to add to the checklist. Nora, the youngest,
was simply two or three years outdated when he enlisted.  My grandmother Ethel
was 11 years outdated and the eldest Millie would have been twelve.


First World Struggle

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George Henry Charles Carrett III and Charles Arthur Stanley Carrett in France c 1917/1918


George
Henry Charles CARRETT III enlisted on 8 Might 1916 on the age of 37.[xxvii] He served within the
Australian Military Service Corps fifth Division Prepare as a Driver.  For these
of you who, like me, are usually not aware of the group of the Military, the
Service Corps is principally about provides and transport.  Based on
this website, “of the 331,781 males of
the AIF who embarked in Australia for abroad, 9,735 have been AASC personnel
.”
 Quantity 1 of Neville Lindsay’s e-book Equal to the Process – The Royal
Australian Military Service Corps
accommodates a wealth of data and you’ll
discover it on-line here.

George
agreed “to allot not lower than three-fifths of the pay payable to me from
time to time throughout ……help of my spouse and youngsters.”  

Bodily Description

He
was 5 foot 7 3/4 inches (172cm) and weighed 146 lbs (66kg).  You will discover he has shrunk a bit since his San Francisco days.  Bricklaying will try this to you.  

He had gray
eyes and hair which was brown turning gray.  

Distinctive marks included I
suppose 2 toes off the left foot.  I’d actually like to know the story behind
this however sadly, I don’t suppose I’ll ever discover out.

His youthful brothers Charles (youthful by 11 years) and Leslie (youthful by 17
years) additionally enlisted.  Charles’s report may be considered here.  Charles enlisted 15 Might 1916 – solely per week after
George.  He joined the eleventh Subject Artillery Brigade.  He embarked on 11 September 1916 from Sydney on the HMAT Aeneas A60. 

Service File

Now I am not excellent
at studying these information I have to confess so bear with me. It is as a consequence of a common ignorance of navy abbreviations and understanding of navy
group.  It appears like from Might to October 1916 George was with the
twenty second Reinforcements after which he was invalided at Victoria Barracks from 8
October to 1st November.  Then he was a Driver with the twenty fifth Reinforcements
from 2 November till 2 February 1917.  Then from 3 February 1917 till 10
Might, he was a Driver with twenty fourth Reinforcements.  

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Port Melbourne, Vic. 1917-05-11. Starboard facet view of HMAT Shropshire (A9) berthed on the wharf. Service personnel, together with members of the first Division Sign Firm, wait to board the ship whereas their gear is transferred from vehicles. From Australian War Memorial Collection.


On eleventh Might 1917 he embarked from Melbourne and disembarked at Plymouth on 19
July.

There may be some reference on the report to his being at No. 4 Camp P’home or
Pkhse.  This should be a reference to the Parkhouse Coaching Depot.

Graham Wilson in his article The relevance of miscellany
administrative, support and logistic units of the AIF
says

The AASC Coaching Depot at Parkhouse was a very busy institution.
The depot not solely skilled and despatched 150 ASC reinforcements per thirty days and
performed specialist officer and NCO coaching, it was additionally accountable for
offering the provides, transport and barracks companies help for the AIF in
the UK. Bearing in mind the AIF HQ, a number of hospitals, models of AFC and AIF
depot complicated, Parkhouse was accountable, on high of its coaching dedication,
for the housing, feeding and transporting of about 50,000 males at any given
time.

Some images of the Depot are on the Australian Struggle Memorial web site.

On seventh November 1917 George left Southampton for France for what appears wish to
be Rouelles.


By 14th November he was moved out to fifth Division Prepare after which on twenty third
November he was posted to the tenth AASC.  Based on the Unit Diary for the Division they appeared to be transferring round Belgium
or Flanders because it was referred to then.  Dranoutre, Haegedorne, Locre and
Brulooze are a few of the locations talked about.

He stayed with this unit till 1919.

Battles

Based on Neville
Lindsay’s timeline my great-grandfather would have been
concerned in holding the Line throughout the Flanders Winter, the Defence of Amiens
from March to July, Hamel in July, and the Closing Offensive from August to October.

Depart

George’s service report
exhibits two durations of go away – I believe from 8 December 1918 till 3 January in
Good.  He took some extra go away in April from fifteenth April to eight Might 1919
which he spent within the UK.  

Finish of Service and Medals

By 10 June 1919, George was moved out to Quantity 2 Group at Sutton Veny.
 You may learn extra about Sutton Veny here.

Three days later he was moved out
to Quantity 5 Group at Weymouth and returned to Australia on SS Frankfurt leaving on 1 July and disembarking on 20 August 1919.   


Here’s a image of her coming into South Australia.  I used to be fascinated to
learn on this site that Frankfurt was one of many
first ships to seize the Titanic’s misery calls in 1912 however her supply of
assist was refused by the radio operator.


And right here is an article from The Argus on 20 August calling for motor
vehicles to assist transport the 800 troops touchdown at 9am.  George would have
needed to catch a prepare from Melbourne to Sydney earlier than he might be along with his
household. So I estimate that was 3 and a half years that Daisy was with out her
husband with a household of seven to take care of.

George Henry
Charles Carrett was awarded the Victory Medal and the British Struggle Medal. 

He was not a hero as such.  However, like his Corps motto – Par Oneri, he
was equal to the duty.

1924 daughters
Millie and Ethel marry[xxviii]

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Millie’s wedding ceremony – L to R Ethel Carrett and Ted Conner, Millie with husband Frank seated, father George to proper in again row

1925 George
Carrett and Harold E.S. Carrett are listed as residing on the North facet of
Wairoa Road Campsie off South Parade
[xxix]

1926 – George’s yacht was damaged up in a storm

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19 April 1926 Night Information Sydney courtesy of Trove


1928 George’s father or mother’s
golden wedding ceremony anniversary

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NSW Sands
Listing – George Carrett, builder, is listed on the North facet of Morgan
Road at Quantity 17, 4
th place after Maria Road.[xxx]

1929 George’s father
dies[xxxi]

1933 Electoral
roll exhibits George and Daisy residing at 74 Myrtle Road, Annandale South[xxxii]

1934 mom
dies

1935 Electoral
Roll – George and Daisy are listed as residing at Chards Lane, Belmore.[xxxiii]

1949 Electoral
Roll – George and Daisy and Daisy Minnie live at 71 Ewart Road, Dulwich
Hill. George is described as having no occupation.
[xxxiv]

Senior
Years

 

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George Henry Carrett III, Ted and Ethel Conner, Daisy Mildred Carrett

This
appears prefer it may be taken at a prepare or a bus station would not it?  Ted
and Ethel CONNER (nee CARRETT) are within the center after which there are Ethel’s
mother and father on both facet, George Henry Charles CARRETT III and Daisy Might (nee
TAYLOR).  I am guessing that is circa the early 50s.  

Date and
Place of Loss of life

George died on 27 December 1953 at
the age of 74.[xxxv]
 Based on his demise certificates he died on the State Hospital and Dwelling
at Lidcombe.  Earlier than that, he had been residing at 71 Ewart Road, Dulwich
Hill.  He was a builder and had been born in Dubbo to George Henry Charles
Carrett -another builder.  George’s mom’s identify was Daisy Shops.
 He married Daisy Taylor on the age of 23.  Kids alive on the
time of his demise have been Ethel 49, George H.C. 47, Daisy 47, Irene 45, Oswald S.
43, and Nora 39.  The 1 feminine deceased would have been Millie.  His
son Oswald of Wombyne Road, Gilgandra was the informant.  George was
cremated at Rookwood on 29 December in line with the rites of the Church of
England.

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I believe
this should be the final photograph we’ve got of George.  He’s proven right here along with his
spouse Daisy Mildred and daughter Daisy Minnie.

 

Property

Probate was
granted on 29 March 1954.  The administrator
was F.W.E. Andrews, his son-in-law, and was valued at
£1,000.[xxxvi]  I ordered the probate packet from the NSW Data
workplace on 20th June 2022.

Conclusion

George led
simply concerning the fullest life I’ve documented to this point. I do know there may be a lot
omitted.  I’d like to know all of the
buildings he was concerned with.  He was a
son, a brother, a husband, a father, and a grandfather.  He ran a enterprise, served his nation, went
to assistance from others, and loved crusing, and possibly another hobbies to
boot.  He may need had a typical identify,
however he had most likely fairly an uncommon life, full of pleasure and novelty.

Though I had fairly a bit of fabric on George (and Lord is aware of there’s extra I did not embody) I positioned some new information e.g. his arrival in San Francisco and I ordered his beginning certificates and probate, so some progress was made as properly. Going over outdated analysis all the time reveals new issues to comply with up and verify.

References



[i] NSW BDM Index –
certificates ordered 21/6/22 and Peter Brian Carrett’s unpublished household historical past
Bricks and Mortar

[ii] NSW BDM Index – beginning
is listed below Ethel Might CARRET demise is listed below Ethel Might CARNETT

[iv]Sydney, Australia, Anglican Parish Registers, 1814-2011 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com
Operations, Inc., 2017. Unique knowledge: Sydney Diocesan Archives, Anglican Church
Diocese of Sydney. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
.

[v] Ancestry.com. New South Wales, Australia, St.
John’s Parramatta, Baptisms, 1790-1916
 [database on-line]. Provo, UT,
USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2015.

Unique knowledge:Parish Baptism Registers. Textual information. St.
John’s Anglican Church Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia. Reference
Quantity: REG/BAP/5; Description: Vol 05, 1883-1916 (No
3603-7054)

[vi] Sydney, Australia, Anglican Parish
Registers, 1814-2011
 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com
Operations, Inc., 2017.

Unique knowledge: Sydney Diocesan Archives, Anglican Church
Diocese of Sydney. Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

[vii] Ancestry.com, Australia
Start Index, 1788-1922 and Peter Brian Carrett’s unpublished household historical past Bricks
& Mortar

[viii] Ancestry.com, Australia
Start Index, 1788-1922 and Peter Brian Carrett’s unpublished household historical past Bricks
& Mortar

[ix] Ancestry.com, Sydney,
Australia, Anglican Parish Registers, 1814-2011

[x] FindMyPast New South
Wales 1891 Census, Sequence NRS 683, Movie Quantity 2541

[xi] FindMyPast New South
Wales 1901 Census Sequence NRS685 Movie Quantity 1166 district Petersham

[xii] FindMyPast New South
Wales Marriages 1788-1945

[xiii] Ancestry.com, Australia
Start Index, 1788-1922

[xiv] District of Canterbury
at Canterbury, Start Registered Quantity 31218, Ethel Irene Carrett, 1904,
Registrar Common’s Workplace, Sydney, N.S.W., Australia

[xv] Sydney, Australia,
Anglican Parish Registers, 1814-2011 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA:
Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2017.

[xvi] Ancestry.com Australia
Start Index, 1788-1922

[xvii] Ancestry.com Australia
Start Index, 1788-1922

[xix] FindMyPast Australia
Electoral Rolls 1903 District Canterbury Quantity 150, web page 8

[xx] FindMyPast United
States, Passenger, and Crew Lists, Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at
Honolulu, Hawaii, 1900-1953 Publication Quantity A3422, Roll Quantity 10

[xxi] Ancestry.com. Honolulu,
Hawaii, U.S., Arriving and Departing Passenger and Crew Lists, 1900-1959
[database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2009.
Unique Information: Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving or Departing at Honolulu,
Hawaii, 1900–1954.

[xxii] Ancestry.com.
California, U.S., Arriving Passenger, and Crew Lists, 1882-1959 [database
on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2008. Unique Information:
Chosen Passenger and Crew Lists and Manifests. Nationwide Archives, Washington,
D.C.

[xxiii] FindMyPast Australia,
Inward, Outward & Coastal Passenger Lists 1826-1972, State Data
Authority of New South Wales

[xxiv] SHIPPING. (1907, February 20). The Sydney
Morning Herald (NSW: 1842 – 1954)
, p. 10. Retrieved June 18, 2022, from

[xxv] FindMyPast Civil Deaths
& Burials Registration quantity 10218

[xxvi] FindMyPast Australia
Electoral Rolls 1913 District Canterbury Quantity 233 Web page 4

[xxvii] Ancestry.com,
Australia, WWI Service Data, 1914-1920

[xxviii] Ancestry.com, Australia
Marriage Index, 1788-1950

[xxix] Ancestry.com. Sydney and New South Wales,
Australia, Sands Road Index, 1861-1930
 [database on-line]. Provo,
UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.

[xxx] FindMyPast New South
Wales Listing 1928 (Sands)

[xxxi] FindMyPast Civil Deaths
and Burials Registration quantity 20510 (mom Mary and father George H)

[xxxii] Ancestry.com,
Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1936

[xxxiii] FindMyPast Australia
Electoral Rolls Lang District Quantity 1112 web page 19

[xxxiv] Ancestry.com. Australia, Electoral Rolls,
1903-1980
 [database on-line]. Lehi, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations,
Inc., 2010.

[xxxv] Loss of life Certificates,
District of Newtown, Registration Quantity 1953/026525 George Henry Charles
CARRETT

[xxxvi] Ancestry.com. New South Wales, Australia,
Index to Deceased Property Information, 1859-1958
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