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Henry GUNDRY

IGI Marr. SS. Film 1760925
!Ancestral file
!Letter Sent from Eurwen Mascall 50 Moorside Road, West Cross, Swansea
SA3 5EZ, Eng. Pedigree & childrens names from will of father.
!From Extracted Gundry records of Sithney & Wendron- 1739 Henry Gundry *
*Churchwarden, Sithney.
!Fathers Will
!Burial-WL Bawden Transcript of Sithney
!Will 1785 Wendron, Corn. Eng..
!Family History of Hanna Nicholas-London, Desc. of Benjamin Gundry her gg Gr.
father.


Nathaniel WICKS

RESEARCHER: WICKS Researcher: Valerie Gehrmann, 7 Centenary Drive North, Middlemount, 4746.

BIOGRAPHY: Occupation: Labourer

REFN: M196

Listed in 1881 census as Farmer Of 20 Acres

I found a William T. WICKS burial in Wendron which I reckon could belong to Nathaniel and Elizabeth. WICKS William T. bur. 12 Nov 1843 inf Wendron, Cornwall, England, Actually, William T. could belong to Nathaniel's brother, William (b. 1821) who died in 1868 (plenty of time to marry and have a child).


Alice CARAH

Listed in 1881 census as a Farmer's Wife.
REFN: M1186


Grace WICKS

REFN: M1187


William Thomas WICKS

REFN: M1188


Grace WICKS

REFN: M1189


Alice Ann WICKS

REFN: M1190


Maria Jane WICKS

REFN: M1191


Joseph Henry WICKS

REFN: M1192


Joseph Henry WICKS

REFN: M1193


John Henry WICKS

REFN: M1194


Nathaniel WICKS

RESEARCHER: WICKS Researcher: Valerie Gehrmann, 7 Centenary Drive North, Middlemount, 4746.

BIOGRAPHY: Occupation: Labourer

REFN: M196

Listed in 1881 census as Farmer Of 20 Acres

I found a William T. WICKS burial in Wendron which I reckon could belong to Nathaniel and Elizabeth. WICKS William T. bur. 12 Nov 1843 inf Wendron, Cornwall, England, Actually, William T. could belong to Nathaniel's brother, William (b. 1821) who died in 1868 (plenty of time to marry and have a child).



Elizabeth MOYLE

DEATH: Elizabeth died during childbirth

REFN: M195


Joseph WICKS

Widowed before the 1881 census. Listed as an Agricultural Labourer (Ag Lab). Son, Thomas henry, was living with Joseph's father (Thomas' grandfather, Nathaniel WICKS) and family. No sign of brother Joseph James WICKS at the time of writing this (25 June 2006). Perhaps he died. Perhaps he is living elsewhere, too.
REFN: M1195


Elizabeth Rebecca WICKS

REFN: M1196


Mary Jane WICKS

REFN: M1198


Susan Ann WICKS

REFN: M1199


Louisa Johns WICKS

REFN: M1200


Emma WICKS

REFN: M1201


Child WICKS

Mother, Elizabeth, died during or shortly after the birth of this child. I haven't seen further mention of this child. Perhaps it died as a result of Elizabeth dying before it was born, or perhaps it died soon after birth without the nourishment of it's mother's milk.


Nathaniel WICKS

BIOGRAPHY: Occupation: Farmer
Nathaniel and Elizabeth (nee WATTERS) and children (Joseph, James, Bertha and Nathaniel departed from London on 10 March 1878 aboard the "Kapunda", arriving in Rockhampton on 23 June 1878. (QSA Reg 3p3)
Nathaniel had been in Australia for 30 years upon his death.

DEATH: Cerificate details: Number 8841. Certificate: C 19252 Death was certified by C.E. Williams. The informant was Milly McNutt, Nurse, District Hospital, Mackay. Registrar was Thomas Arthur Ferry, date 17 Dec 1909, Mackay.

BURIAL: According to death certificate, buried 9 December 1909 at Mackay Cemetery. Certified by M.W. Edmonds. Minister was Thomas Nock, methodist. Witnesses were E. Manning & A.P. Donnelly.


James Thomas WICKS

DEATH: James was accidentally shot when he and his father were crawling through a fence on Brothers Farm at Mackay, Qld.


Charles HANNINGTON

Occupation: Brewer


Mary MEPHAM

From email from Libby Richardson (LibRichardson@aol.com) : "...said to be the last of the de Meophams, Saxon nobles in AD970. One of the family was Simon de Meopham, Archbishop of Canterbury.

Mary is buried beside Charles in New Shoreham Churchyard.


John HANNINGTON

Occupation: Husbandman