OCCUPATION: Listed as a nailer on the 1841 census.
BIOGRAPHY: Family lived in Frederick St, St Mary's, Cardiff in 1841. Mother
was not present and may have been deceased.
BIOGRAPHY: On the 1851 census there was a Samuel DAVEY, aged 20, living with a
William MORGAN at 7 Ebeneza St, Cardiff. He was born in Cardiff and listed as
a Nailer and may have been a grandson or similar relation to Samuel (snr).
OCCUPATION: Listed as a Female Servant on the 1841 census. Living at home.
OCCUPATION: Listed as a nailer on the 1841 census. Living at home. By 1851,
was living with his sister, Ruth, and a cousin, Samuel and was listed as a
Nailer employing 5 men. Ruth was listed as a servant, while his cousin,
Samuel, was listed as a Printer/compositor.
BIOGRAPHY: John is listed on the 1851 census with his sister, Ruth, and
cousin, Samuel Jennings DAVEY. Each was unmarried. They lived at 8 Great
Frederick St, Cardiff. 1851 census -- H0107/2455/151/-
BIOGRAPHY: John is listed on the 1881 census as living at Lord Treadecars Office, Roath, Glamorgan, Wales
Source: FHL Film 1342272 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 5287 Folio 48 Page 4
"Lord Treadecars office" appears to be in the area of 14 Pearl St, Roath.
By 1881 he is listed as a retired nailmaker.
BIOGRAPHY: Also living with John & Elizabeth is..
Mary A. ENGLAND U 21 F Exeter, Devon, England
Occ: Retired Nail Maker Daur
She may be their daughter. but perhaps not. ??? She is listed as a Servant.
OCCUPATION: Listed as a Nail Maker in the Slater's Directory 1858/1859 with
address 8 Great Frederick St.
OCCUPATION: Listed as a Nailer Apprentice on the 1841 census. Living at home.
IGI: LDS AFN: 1VWP-MJ3
OCCUPATION: Surveyor of Ships/Marine Surveyor (as per 1871/1881 censuses)
BIOGRAPHY: Family lived at 17 Little Fredrick St, St Mary's in 1851; 32
Crighton St, St Mary's in 1871 and 60 Partridge Rd, Roath, Cardiff in 1881.
William was not present at the time of the 1851 census.
1841 census -- HO107/142/024/- Aged 15, living at home.
1851 census -- H0107/2455/369
1871 census -- RG10/5361/23/24
1881 census -- RG11/5284/144/55
1881 Source: FHL Film 1342271 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 5284 Folio 144 Page 55
CHRISTENING: Baptism number: 1406
OCCUPATION: In the Slater's Directory 1858/1859 there is the following listed
in the Cardiff, Glamorgan stuff:
Shipsmiths & Shipwrights -- Hambly & Fifoot, West side, Bute docks
[Perhaps Kerri's FIFOOTs were in partnership with my HAMBLYs]
IGI: LDS AFN: 1VWP-MK9
BIOGRAPHY: Appeared on the 1851 census aged 6. Did not appear with family on
the 1871 census. Maria would have been 26 -- married or died perhaps.
OCCUPATION: Listed as a machinist on the 1871 census. Living at home and
unmarried. Did not appear with parents in 1881.
OCCUPATION: Listed as a clerk (shipbroker) on the 1871 census. Living at home
and unmarried. Did not appear with parents in 1881.
OCCUPATION: Listed in the Slater's Directory (Cardiff) in 1880 as follows:
Fifoot Sydney, bookkeeper, 69 Partridge Rd., Roath
OCCUPATION: Listed as a Milliner's Apprentice on the 1871 census. Living at
home and unmarried. Did not appear with parents in 1881.
OCCUPATION: Listed as a clerk (shipbroker) on the 1871 census. Listed as a
Clerk coal office on the 1881 census. Living at home and unmarried.
BIOGRAPHY: QLD BDM Marriage Index Entry: 11/ 002610
OCCUPATION: 1871 - scholar Listed as a newspaper clerk on the 1881 census.
Living at home and unmarried.
OCCUPATION: Listed as a clerk coal office on the 1881 census. Living at home
OCCUPATION: No occupation listed on the 1881 census. Aged 18, living at home
OCCUPATION: Listed as a clerk on the 1881 census. Aged 14, living at home.
Emigrated to America.
IGI: Batch No: C052422
IGI: Batch: C052422
IGI: Batch No: C052422
IGI: Batch No: M052421 (Marriage to Lucy)
BIOGRAPHY: Interestingly, a Matthias BOSWARRA married a Mary HAWKE on 19 Jun
1805 in the same place that John married Lucy. IGI Batch No: M052425
IGI: Batch No: C052422
Arrived SA 24 June 1838 according to 1841 SA Census
!DEATH: VIC BDM Index Death Entry: 1873/5175
BIOGRAPHY: Charles & Louisa and their two daughters arrived aboard the "Mary
Bannatyne" in 1849, according to the NSW Immigration Indexes. But, their
daughter, Mary, was christened in 1848 according to the NSW BDM Indexes.
BIOGRAPHY: Also, linked to this family somehow is Lucy Mooringe BOSWARVA, who
married John JOURNEAUX in 1869 in South Australia. The registration was in
Victoria and is 1869/3771.
DEATH: NSW BDM Index Death Entry: 1856/2566
CHRISTENING: NSW BDM Indexes Christening Entry: V1851510 56
DEATH: NSW BDM Index Death Entry: V18521450 38B
IGI: AFN: 1VWP-MLH Film: 2034806
BIOGRAPHY: At the time of the 1871 census, the family was living at Feock, Cornwall.
JAMES TRETHOWAN head.mar.52.Master Mason emo+ b.Feock,Con.
SARAH " wife.mar.37. " ELLEN "
dau.unm.17. " WILLIAM " son.unm.15.Grocer
" JAMES " son. 11.Scholar " ADELAIDE
" dau. 9.Scholar " ANNE M. " dau.
8.Scholar " EVELINA " dau. 5.Scholar
BIOGRAPHY: At the time of the 1881 census, the family was living at 33 St Clement Street, St Clement, Cornwall, England
Source: FHL Film 1341554 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2310 Folio 57 Page 11
James was listed as a master Builder and Carpenter.
Another TRETHOWAN family with many Feock links was:
Census Place: Feock, Cornwall, England
Source: FHL Film 1341555 PRO Ref RG11 Piece 2314 Folio 123 Page 16
Marr Age Sex Birthplace
Clarainda TRETHOWAN M 31 F Feock, Cornwall, England
Occ: Mariners Wife
Fredrick BURLEY U 13 M Feock, Cornwall, England
James BURLEY U 11 M Feock, Cornwall, England
Caroline TRETHOWAN U 6 F Feock, Cornwall, England
William J. TRETHOWAN U 5 M Feock, Cornwall, England
Bessie TRETHOWAN U 2 F Feock, Cornwall, England
IGI: LDS AFN: 1VWP-MMP
CHRISTENING: Wesleyan Methodist, Carharrack, Cornwall
IGI: Batch no.: C065051
IGI: LDS AFN:1VWP-K7V
DEATH: Death Registration: 17/ 003390 Death Certificate No. 40438
Certificate shows age at death as "70 years, 11 months, 28 days" - this would
mean he was born in July, not August. ??
BIRTH: According to the QLD Death Index his mother was Louise Pauline BECHT.
However, I have found that Louise Pauline BECHT didnt marry Charles' father,
William FIFOOT, until 1911 - when Charles was 65 years old. (Just six years
before he died).
OCCUPATION: School Master (as per death certificate). From the Springsure Centenary Supplement
Subject : School Days of Long Ago
Concerning the "Springsure State School"
Mr Freeman became headmaster in 1890 and continued until 1894 when he was
succeeded by Mr W M Gower
Mr Gower was succeeded by Mr Fifoot, a kindly old gentleman whose pupils did
not always appreciate his many fine qualities.
DEATH: Charles died at the Springsure Hospital
Cause: Haemorrhage, Encephalitis, Intra-cranial pressure, Respiritory &
cardiac failure. Duration - 7 months, 1 day. Medical attendant - Dr W.
Charles Athrudst FIFOOT's will was witnessed by William Fisher, a saddler of
Springsure; and Letitia HAGEN, a spinster of Springsure, Qld, Australia.
BIOGRAPHY: According to death certificate, was in Qld for 41 years at death.
Therefore, he arrived when about 30 years old (1876). About six years after
he married in 1870.
DEATH: Death Registration: 16/ 003985
MARRIAGE: Marriage Registration: 01/ 001033
IGI: LDS AFN: 1VWP-HLS Was sealed to parents "Pre-1970" and then again in
OCCUPATION: Saddler (as at 1917)
BIRTH: Birth Registration: 73/ 002559
BIRTH: Birth registration: 81/ 004833
IGI: LDS AFN:1VWP-HM1 Source: T901560
BIOGRAPHY: Living at Innisfail, Qld with her husband at time of her fathers
death in 1917.
BIRTH: Birth registration: 04/ 001624
SOURCES: IGI Batch 1985733
BIRTH: Birth registration: 06/ 001732
MARRIAGE: QLD BDM Marriage Index Entry: 1933/ 002191
BIRTH: Birth registration: 12/ 002247
IGI: Batch: 0970022
MARRIAGE: QLD BDM Marriage Index Entry: 1934/ 003747
IGI: LDS AFN:1VWP-MNW