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1701
SHORT, William Edward & MELTON, Martha Jane
SHORT, William Edward & MELTON, Martha Jane
Marriage record 
 
1702
SHORT, William Edward SHORT and PULLEN, Lillian Alice
SHORT, William Edward SHORT and PULLEN, Lillian Alice
Marriage Certificate Transcription 
 
1703
SHORT, William Ernest
SHORT, William Ernest
 
 
1704
SHORT, William Ernest
SHORT, William Ernest
 
 
1705
SHORT, William Ernest & SHORT, Alice Marion
SHORT, William Ernest & SHORT, Alice Marion
 
 
1706
SHORT, William Foster
SHORT, William Foster
Status: Located;  
 
1707
SHORT, William George
SHORT, William George
 
 
1708
SHORT, William Henry & SHULTER, Olive Myrtle
SHORT, William Henry & SHULTER, Olive Myrtle
Status: Located; SHULTER, Olive Myrtle is only mentioned on this headstone, she is buried at Karori Cemetery, Wellington, NEW ZEALAND 
 
1709
SHORT, William John
SHORT, William John
Status: Located;  
 
1710
SHORT, William Joseph
SHORT, William Joseph
 
 
1711
SHORT, William Lockey
SHORT, William Lockey
Probate notice 
 
1712
SHORT, William Lockey
SHORT, William Lockey
Status: Located;  
 
1713
SHORT, William Newton
SHORT, William Newton
Status: Located;  
 
1714
SHORT, William Sealy
SHORT, William Sealy
 
 
1715
SHORT, William Sealy & RICHARDS, Phyllis Harriet
SHORT, William Sealy & RICHARDS, Phyllis Harriet
 
 
1716
SHORT, William SHORT
SHORT, William SHORT
Death Certificate Transcription 
 
1717
SHORT, William SHORT - BOWDEN, Elizabeth (Previously married to Thomas BOORMAN)
SHORT, William SHORT - BOWDEN, Elizabeth (Previously married to Thomas BOORMAN)
Status: Located;  
 
1718
SHORT, William Spicer
SHORT, William Spicer
Obituary: The death occurred at Coolangatta on Saturday morning last of Mr. William Spicer Short, at the age of 74 years. Deceased was born in Bathurst in 1854, and was connected with the New South Wales Government service for over 40 years. For many years he was in charge of the railway prnting office at Sydney Station, both the old building and the present Central Station, after which he was transferred to the Government Printing Office, where he served for about 10 years. He retired from the service 10 years ago. Deceased took a very keen interest in church work, specialising in choir conducting. He was a lover of music, and was an active member of the Sydney Philharmonic Society in the days of the late Signor Roberto
Hazon's conductorship, being one of the leading tenors. His wife, who predeceased him 11 years ago, was the voungest daughter of Stephen Roberts, one of the first city missionaries in Sydney. He leaves one unmarried daughter, Miss G. Short, of Sydney, four sons, and two brothers. The sons are: Messrs. W. W. C, S. W., and H.M Short, of Sydney, and A. H S. Short, Coolangatta. The deceased gentleman had resided at Coolangatta with his son for a number of years past and was very highly respected by the whole community. The funeral took place from the Coolangatta Methodist Memorial Church to the Tweed Heads Cemetery, after a short service at the church, Rev. C. A.
Read, of Southport, officiating. 
 
1719
SHORT, William Spicer & ROBENS, Hetty Rhoda
SHORT, William Spicer & ROBENS, Hetty Rhoda
Marriage Notice 
 
1720
SHORT, William; BROWN, Laura Emma & Family
SHORT, William; BROWN, Laura Emma & Family
 
 
1721
SHORT, Winifred Olga
SHORT, Winifred Olga
 
 
1722
SHORT-BARTLETT Wedding 1940
SHORT-BARTLETT Wedding 1940
Front: KENT, C M
Back R-L: BARTLETT, Charles Alfred; SHORT, Elsie Jane; SHORT, David Spicer 
 
1723
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1724
SHORT-BROADWOOD, Mary
SHORT-BROADWOOD, Mary
 
 
1725
SHORT-HARMAN Wedding Certificate
SHORT-HARMAN Wedding Certificate
 
 
1726
SHORT. George
SHORT. George
b. 1861 Southampton, Hampshire, ENGLAND 
 
1727
SHORT/STEPHENSON, Charles
SHORT/STEPHENSON, Charles
 
 
1728
SHORTT, Herbert William
SHORTT, Herbert William
Article that records the return of Herbert William SHORTT as an elected Mayor of Eastbourne. 
 
1729
SHORTT, Herbert William
SHORTT, Herbert William
 
 
1730
SHORTT, William Hamilton
SHORTT, William Hamilton
 
 
1731
SHOT IN THE DARK
SHOT IN THE DARK
Unsolved murders in New Zealand during the 1920's and 1930's 
 
1732
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1733
SIMPSON, Alfred
SIMPSON, Alfred
 
 
1734
SIMPSON, Francis Alfred
SIMPSON, Francis Alfred
 
 
1735
SIMPSON, Francis Alfred; SHORT, Alice Marion; SIMPSON, Alfred; SIMPSON, Gwen Isabel
SIMPSON, Francis Alfred; SHORT, Alice Marion; SIMPSON, Alfred; SIMPSON, Gwen Isabel
 
 
1736
SIMPSON, Gwen Isabel
SIMPSON, Gwen Isabel
 
 
1737
SIMPSON, Gwen Isabel
SIMPSON, Gwen Isabel
 
 
1738
SIMPSON, Gwen Isabel
SIMPSON, Gwen Isabel
 
 
1739
SIMS, Edith Ann
SIMS, Edith Ann
Death record/certificate 
 
1740
SINCLAIR, Doris & SHORT, Beau Charles
SINCLAIR, Doris & SHORT, Beau Charles
 
 
1741
SINCLAIR, Doris Elaine
SINCLAIR, Doris Elaine
 
 
1742
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1743
SKINNER, John & SHORT, Mary
SKINNER, John & SHORT, Mary
 
 
1744
SKIPPER, Violet Amelia Blanch
SKIPPER, Violet Amelia Blanch
 
 
1745
SLOGGETT, Anne Selina
SLOGGETT, Anne Selina
Status: Located;  
 
1746
SLOGGETT, Deanna Joy
SLOGGETT, Deanna Joy
Status: Located; Aged 1 week 
 
1747
SLOGGETT, Edmund George
SLOGGETT, Edmund George
 
 
1748
SLOGGETT, Edward Aubrey
SLOGGETT, Edward Aubrey
Status: Located;  
 
1749
SLOGGETT, Edward Charles
SLOGGETT, Edward Charles
 
 
1750
SLOGGETT, Elmo George
SLOGGETT, Elmo George
 
 
1751
SLOGGETT, Elmo George
SLOGGETT, Elmo George
 
 
1752
SLOGGETT, Frederick William
SLOGGETT, Frederick William
Birth certficate 
 
1753
SLOGGETT, George Alexander
SLOGGETT, George Alexander
h/Clara Margaret (Thomas) & Mary Ellen (Wheatley); father: Armidale 
 
1754
SLOGGETT, Gerald Richard
SLOGGETT, Gerald Richard
 
 
1755
SLOGGETT, Herbert Alfred & O'KEEFE, Pearl Victoria
SLOGGETT, Herbert Alfred & O'KEEFE, Pearl Victoria
h/Pearl Victoria; father: Armidale 
 
1756
SLOGGETT, Herbert Edward
SLOGGETT, Herbert Edward
 
 
1757
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1758
SLOGGETT, Jack Hamer
SLOGGETT, Jack Hamer
Status: Located;  
 
1759
SLOGGETT, James Aubrey & HAMER, Edith Eliza
SLOGGETT, James Aubrey & HAMER, Edith Eliza
Status: Located;  
 
1760
SLOGGETT, Maud Jemima - LIZ (unidentified) - SYMINGTON, Mary Jane - SLOGGETT, Rebecca Jane - SLOGGETT, Annie Bathsheba
SLOGGETT, Maud Jemima - LIZ (unidentified) - SYMINGTON, Mary Jane - SLOGGETT, Rebecca Jane - SLOGGETT, Annie Bathsheba
 
 
1761
SLOGGETT, Richard John
SLOGGETT, Richard John
 
 
1762
SLOGGETT, Richard Samuel
SLOGGETT, Richard Samuel
 
 
1763
SLOGGETT, Richard Samuel
SLOGGETT, Richard Samuel
 
 
1764
SLOGGETT, Richard SHORT, Walter Richard - SHORT, William Husband - JOHNSON, Mary Eliza
SLOGGETT, Richard SHORT, Walter Richard - SHORT, William Husband - JOHNSON, Mary Eliza
 
 
1765
SLOGGETT, Walter Russell Wesley
SLOGGETT, Walter Russell Wesley
Status: Located;  
 
1766
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1767
SMELLIE Emmigration Record
SMELLIE Emmigration Record
 
 
1768
SMELLIE, Archibald Graham
SMELLIE, Archibald Graham
 
 
1769
SMELLIE, Pearl Vera
SMELLIE, Pearl Vera
 
 
1770
SMELLIE, Pearl Vera
SMELLIE, Pearl Vera
circa 1936 
 
1771
SMELLIE, Pearl Vera & son
SMELLIE, Pearl Vera & son
circa 1933 
 
1772
SMELLIE, Roy Alexander
SMELLIE, Roy Alexander
 
 
1773
SMITH, Arthur John
SMITH, Arthur John
 
 
1774
SMITH, Bridget
SMITH, Bridget
Death certificate 
 
1775
SMITH, Doris Martha
SMITH, Doris Martha
 
 
1776
SMITH, Emily
SMITH, Emily
 
 
1777
SMITH, Emily
SMITH, Emily
 
 
1778
SMITH, Emily with SHORT, Dorothy
SMITH, Emily with SHORT, Dorothy
 
 
1779
SMITH, Prudence Amelia
SMITH, Prudence Amelia
 
 
1780
SMYTHE, Helen Barbara
SMYTHE, Helen Barbara
 
 
1781
SMYTHE, William Frederick Fortescue
SMYTHE, William Frederick Fortescue
SMYTHE.- On the 28th April, at South Terrace, William Frederick Smythe, aged 36 years. 
 
1782
SOUTHAN, Joseph Raymond
SOUTHAN, Joseph Raymond
 
 
1783
SPICER, Agnes
SPICER, Agnes
Status: Located; In Loving Memory Of Agnes SPICER

Died 5th Aug 1940
Aged 85 years
I waited patiently for the Lord
Psalm XL.1. 
 
1784
SPICER, Alfred Edmond & MURRAY, Frances
SPICER, Alfred Edmond & MURRAY, Frances
Status: Located; In Loving Memory of Alfred Edmond SPICER & Frances SPICER (nee MURRAY) 
 
1785
SPICER, Elizabeth
SPICER, Elizabeth
This photo was donated by Harold Thomas JELBART. He is descended from Jane SPICER who was the sister of Elizabeth SHORT (nee SPICER). Jane was the last child to leave home, and inherited the photo that Elizabeth had originally sent to her parents years earlier. 
 
1786
SPICER, Elizabeth
SPICER, Elizabeth
Death Certificate of Elizabeth SHORT (nee SPICER) in 1883.  
 
1787
SPICER, Elizabeth
SPICER, Elizabeth
Baptism Record


23 May 1819

Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas & Leah SPICER

Abode: North Street

Fathers Trade: Soldier

By whom the ceremony was performed: The Curate 
 
1788
SPICER, Eric Murray
SPICER, Eric Murray
Status: Located;  
 
1789
SPICER, Jane
SPICER, Jane
 
 
1790
SPICER, Jane
SPICER, Jane
 
 
1791
SPICER, John
SPICER, John
Status: Located; Sacred to the memory of John SPICER
Who departed this life
February 13 1880
Aged 59 years
"Ye believe in God, believe also in me"
St. John XIV.1. 
 
1792
SPICER, Margaret
SPICER, Margaret
 
 
1793
SQUIRES, John (Jack)
SQUIRES, John (Jack)
 
 
1794
SS GOTHENBURG
SS GOTHENBURG
SS Gothenburg docked at Port Adelaide wharf after her lengthening in 1873. 
 
1795
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1796
STANLEY, Priscilla Jane
STANLEY, Priscilla Jane
 
 
1797
STARR, Alfred Edward & BOLTON, Blanche Dinah
STARR, Alfred Edward & BOLTON, Blanche Dinah
Ma & Pa STARR 
 
1798
STARR, Arthur John
STARR, Arthur John
Status: Located; In Loving Memory of my dear husband Arthur J STARR

Died Dec.15.1960 Aged 84 years

Remarks: h/Florence M
Portion: Ang 
 
1799
STARR. Ethel
STARR. Ethel
Status: Located;  
 
1800
Statutory Declaration
Statutory Declaration
Emma Elizabeth GILES (nee BROWN) signs this Statutory Declaration claiming to be the mother of Henry Thomas Walter BROWN as her illegitimate son. Here she states that the father of Henry was Archibald Thomas KEEVERS who was a cousin of hers. 
 

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