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1901
Sydney Gazette
Sydney Gazette
NOTICE, - The Public of Sydney are hereby most respectfully informed that the undersigned has opened a BUTCHER'S SHOP, 22 George-street, formerly occupied by Thomas Smithers, where MEAT, of all Description, and the very best Quality will be Disposed of at as Cheap a Rate as at any other Place in Town. The Advertiser will make it his business to merit his share of public patronage; and on Wednesday, the 9th instant, will commence business,
RICHARD MUTTON 
 
1902
SYKES - HARVEY
SYKES - HARVEY
Marriage certificate 
 
1903
SYKES - JENNER
SYKES - JENNER
Wedding certificate transcription 
 
1904
SYKES, Matilda Celia Hannah (nee HARVEY)
SYKES, Matilda Celia Hannah (nee HARVEY)
Death certificate 
 
1905
SYMINGTON, Mary Jane
SYMINGTON, Mary Jane
 
 
1906
TARDIANI, Renato
TARDIANI, Renato
 
 
1907
TAYLOR, Ellen Margaret
TAYLOR, Ellen Margaret
aka Nell 
 
1908
TESTER, Cecil Macleay
TESTER, Cecil Macleay
Status: Located;  
 
1909
TESTER, Charles
TESTER, Charles
Status: Located;  
 
1910
TESTER, Elsie Isobel
TESTER, Elsie Isobel
Status: Located;  
 
1911
TESTER, James
TESTER, James
Status: Located;  
 
1912
TESTER, Lily Evelyn
TESTER, Lily Evelyn
Status: Located;  
 
1913
TESTER, Thomas
TESTER, Thomas
 
 
1914
The Black Dahlia - Elizabeth SHORT
The Black Dahlia - Elizabeth SHORT
 
 
1915
The HOLLIDAY Family
The HOLLIDAY Family
 
 
1916
The Illegitimate Child
The Illegitimate Child
What is believed to have happened.

William's disappearance from the Law Lists for some years after 20 May 1803 suggests that he was either in gaol, overseas, or went off with his new daughter (and perhaps also her mother) to Hertfordshire to lay low for a while to avoid the scandal of his having an illegitimate child. The Law List was published only about 4 months after his daughter was born on 23 December 1803. So, the child would have been conceived some 9 months previously around 23 March 1803. William, then aged only about 23, might not have known the mother of Celia was "expecting" at the time he put his name down for the list published on 20 May. In other words, the "scandal" of his illegitimate child might not have hit the fan at this time.

After the passage of a few years and memories had faded somewhat, William returned to London about February 1807 with his daughter Celia from Hertfordshire and placed her in the foster care of Samuel WEBB and his wife Celia. The last mentioned two people were cited as the parents of the child, when she was baptized in London on 3 March 1807. She was then four years old. The child had been born in the town of Elstree or the village of Aldenham, Hertfordshire.

St Martin in the Fields, Westminster was where Celia Roubel KING, alias WEBB was baptised on 3 March 1807.

It is my hypothesis that Celia Roubel KING, alias WEBB, was in fact the natural child of a Miss KING and William ROUBEL and was raised by a foster parents named Samuel and Celia WEBB, who are mentioned at her 1807 baptismal ceremony. Alternatively, Celia WEBB, nee KING, could have been the natural mother of the child and had subsequently married Samuel WEBB prior to the christening. The 1871 census records the birthplace of Celia Roubel SMALL as Elstree.  
 
1917
The planet Jupiter - 1891
The planet Jupiter - 1891
Photographic print, Jupiter, silver gelatin / cardboard, photographed by James Short, Sydney Observatory, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, August 1891 
 
1918
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey
MARY WADE, JANE WHITING, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 14th January 1789. 
 
1919
The Roll of Honour - Personal
The Roll of Honour - Personal
 
 
1920
THE SHORT FAMILY - 'ERNIE SHORT'S MEMORIES'
THE SHORT FAMILY - "ERNIE SHORT'S MEMORIES"
Written by Rod Kennedy, Ulmarra, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA 
 
1921
The Spicer Family of White Rock, Bathurst - EXTRACT -
The Spicer Family of White Rock, Bathurst - EXTRACT -
Death of Elizabeth SHORT nee Spicer 
 
1922
The Spicer Family of White Rock, Bathurst - EXTRACT -
The Spicer Family of White Rock, Bathurst - EXTRACT -
Elizabeth Spicer and Walter SHORT married 
 
1923
THOMAS, Eliza Lydia
THOMAS, Eliza Lydia
 
 
1924
THOMAS, Elizabeth
THOMAS, Elizabeth
 
 
1925
THOMPSON, Clarice Agnes
THOMPSON, Clarice Agnes
 
 
1926
THOMPSON, Sarah
THOMPSON, Sarah
 
 
1927
Timothy POWER & Family
Timothy POWER & Family
Census 1828 - Prospect area 
 
1928
Tobacco tying device
Tobacco tying device
Patent drawing 
 
1929
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1930
TOLHURST, Susan
TOLHURST, Susan
 
 
1931
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1932
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1933
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1934
TOWNSEND, Ernest Albert
TOWNSEND, Ernest Albert
 
 
1935
TOWNSEND, Ernest Albert & DANSON, Frances
TOWNSEND, Ernest Albert & DANSON, Frances
Wedding announcement in the Kalgoorlie Miner Newspaper 
 
1936
TOWNSEND, Ernest Albert & DANSON, Frances
TOWNSEND, Ernest Albert & DANSON, Frances
 
 
1937
TOWNSEND, Thomas
TOWNSEND, Thomas
 
 
1938
TREVENA, Bessie Johns
TREVENA, Bessie Johns
Funeral notice 
 
1939
TRIAL OF JOHN SHORT - A CONVICT, 1828
TRIAL OF JOHN SHORT - A CONVICT, 1828

Second day, Friday 11 April - Second Middlesex Jury - Before Mr Sergeant Arabin.


809. JOHN SHORT was indicted for feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of William Moores, on 12th of March, at Pinner, and stealing therein 1 watch, value 3/-; 2 shirts, value 4s; 8 shillings, 4 sovereigns, and two 5/- Bank notes, his property.


WILLIAM MOORES. I rent a little ground - my dwelling-house is in the parish of Pinner, in Middlesex. I have known the prisoner seven or eight years; he once lived servant with me, as a labourer, in my farm - he slept in my house and knew the premises well. On the 12th of March I went out at nine or ten o`clock in the morning, leaving my wife at home; I returned about eleven o`clock, or half-past, and found a pane of glass has been pushed in, which was secure when I went out; anybody by pushing it in could put their arm in and unbolt the door. I missed a watch from the head of the bed; it was worth 3/-; I missed two shirts, worth 4s; four sovereigns, and some silver from between two beds, where I kept them, and two 5/- notes; I had seen them safe the morning before; they were all covered up together. I told a constable of it and he found my watch and shirt.


FANNY GREENFIELD. My husband is a labourer, and lives at Pinner. On the 12th of March, about eleven o`clock, I saw the prisoner at Pinner, coming in a direction from Moore's house - he was coming across Mr Hill's field, and was waling quiet fast; he was about a quarter of a mile from Moores'; my landlady was with me: we made some observation about the prisoner, which he must have heard; I turned round and said, "Lord, there is Jack Short;" I knew him very well, but had not seen him about Pinner for a long while; he turned when he heard me speak, and walked briskly away.


WILLIAM CROSS. I am a constable of Aylesbury. I saw a paragraph in the New Hue and Cry on the 21st of March, stating this robbery, and that John Short was suspected. I went to the pawnbroker's to make inquiry, and found nothing; I went from there to where the prisoner had lodged for a few days that week - I had seen him near the house on the morning of that day myself, and several times in the course of that week, and while I was in the house, speaking to the landlady, the pawnbroker's boy fetched me; I went to the pawnbroker's and found the prisoner there, offering a watch in pawn: the shopman produced it in his presence, and said that he had come to pawn it; the prisoner said nothing to that - I said to him, "That is Mr Moores' watch"; he said, "No, it is not - it is my own"; I said, "Where did you get it?" he said he bought it in London; I asked him in what street; he said he did not know: I asked what number, and he did not know; I took him to my own house, stripped him, and on his person found this shirt, with the initials W.M. on it; I secured him.


WILLIAM MOORES. This is my watch, and this is my shirt; they are what I lost that day.


GUILTY - DEATH. Aged 26. Of stealing in the dwelling house, but not of breaking and entering.

 
 
1940
TUBIE, Emily
TUBIE, Emily
 
 
1941
TUBIE, Emily
TUBIE, Emily
 
 
1942
TUBIE, Frederick
TUBIE, Frederick
 
 
1943
TUBIE, Henry
TUBIE, Henry
 
 
1944
TULLETT, Elizabeth
TULLETT, Elizabeth
 
 
1945
UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960
UK Incoming Passenger Lists, 1878-1960
On board the "Reina del Pacifico" departing Montr?al, Qu?bec, CANADA bound for Liverpool ENGLAND 
 
1946
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1947
URQUHART, Hope Marie
URQUHART, Hope Marie
Status: Located;  
 
1948
URQUHART, Martin McDonald
URQUHART, Martin McDonald
Status: Located;  
 
1949
Vicars Woollen Mill
Vicars Woollen Mill
Photograph gathered from the State Library of New South Wales.
Persons within photograph are unknown. 
 
1950
Victoria Police Gazette
Victoria Police Gazette
Desertion of illegitimate child by Vernon Constantine KURRLE, accused by Isabel Florence SHORT. 
 
1951
Victoria, Australia, Index to the Children's Registers of State Wards, 1850-1893
Victoria, Australia, Index to the Children's Registers of State Wards, 1850-1893
Shows Alice Bennett CAMPBELL (listed as Alice SHORT b. 1871), Ernest Joseph CAMPBELL (listed as Ernest SHORT b. 1872), Lillian Carol SHORT b. 1877 and Edith Elizabeth SHORT b.1880 once they have been removed from their mother Edith Ann SIMMS 
 
1952
VINCENT, Clara
VINCENT, Clara
 
 
1953
Violet SHORT
Violet SHORT
 
 
1954
WALL, Colonel Frank
WALL, Colonel Frank
 
 
1955
Walter Thomas SHORT
Walter Thomas SHORT
 
 
1956
Walter Thomas SHORT
Walter Thomas SHORT
 
 
1957
WALTERS, Florence Louisa
WALTERS, Florence Louisa
 
 
1958
WARD, Florence Patricia
WARD, Florence Patricia
Status: Located;  
 
1959
WARD, Patricia Ann (nee MCCULLY)
WARD, Patricia Ann (nee MCCULLY)
Status: Located;  
 
1960
WARREN, Patricia Agnes
WARREN, Patricia Agnes
 
 
1961
WARREN, Patricia Agnes
WARREN, Patricia Agnes
1951 
 
1962
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1963
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1964
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1965
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1966
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1967
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1968
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1969
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1970
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1971
WATT, Ann Marr
WATT, Ann Marr
 
 
1972
WAY, Denis Harrie
WAY, Denis Harrie
Status: Cremated;  
 
1973
WEDDING - SHORT - FORDHAM
WEDDING - SHORT - FORDHAM
 
 
1974
WELCH, Margaret
WELCH, Margaret
Death certificate 
 
1975
WELCH, Martin Alfred & SHORT, Parthenia Armeta
WELCH, Martin Alfred & SHORT, Parthenia Armeta
Home in 1900: Hollywood, Jackson, Alabama 
 
1976
WELLS, Mary Ann
WELLS, Mary Ann
 
 
1977
WELLS, Mary Ann
WELLS, Mary Ann
 
 
1978
West Maitland Police Court
West Maitland Police Court
Assault
re GRILLS, James & BRIDGE, Alice Louisa Emily
Maitland Mercury
3 Nov 1891 
 
1979
West Maitland Police Court
West Maitland Police Court
re GRILLS, James & BRIDGE, Alice Louisa Emily
Maitland Mercury
28 Nov 1885 
 
1980
WHATSON, Amelia May
WHATSON, Amelia May
 
 
1981
WHEATLEY, Mary Ellen
WHEATLEY, Mary Ellen
 
 
1982
WHITLAM, Edward Gough
WHITLAM, Edward Gough
 
 
1983
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1984
Who?s Who in Australia, 1921-1950
Who?s Who in Australia, 1921-1950
 
 
1985
WIELAND, Paulina Louise
WIELAND, Paulina Louise
 
 
1986
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1987
WILDER, Eva Emily
WILDER, Eva Emily
Photo taken on her wedding day, at the Primitive Methodist Church, Cardigon Street, Luton. 
 
1988
WILDER, Eva Emily
WILDER, Eva Emily
Aged 90
Memorial Court, Marsh Road, Luton, Bedfordshire 
 
1989
WILKIE - DRYSDALE
WILKIE - DRYSDALE
Marriage certificate 
 
1990
At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
1991
Will of Catherine VANRENEN (nee SHORT)
Will of Catherine VANRENEN (nee SHORT)
Last will and testament 15 Sept 1900 
 
1992
Will of Harry Poleman VANRENEN
Will of Harry Poleman VANRENEN
Last will and testament 10 Aug 1901 
 
1993
Will of Hugh SHORT
Will of Hugh SHORT
Part of this document confirms the existence of his brother John SHORT in County Tyrone, IRELAND. 
 
1994
WILLIAMS, Caroline Lillian
WILLIAMS, Caroline Lillian
 
 
1995
WILLIAMS, Harriet Hannah
WILLIAMS, Harriet Hannah
Charge of Infanticide 
 
1996
WILLIAMS, Harriet Hannah & O'BRIEN, Mary
WILLIAMS, Harriet Hannah & O'BRIEN, Mary
Report on sentancing 
 
1997
WILLIAMS, Norman Gladstone & WILKS, Doris E
WILLIAMS, Norman Gladstone & WILKS, Doris E
IN DIVORCE
Williams vs Williams 
 
1998
WILSON, Alice Elizabeth
WILSON, Alice Elizabeth
Birth Certificate 
 
1999
WILSON, Frederick John
WILSON, Frederick John
Affidavit as to death of the deceased 
 
2000
WILSON, Marjorie Dorothy
WILSON, Marjorie Dorothy
Status: Located;  
 

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