Charles Henry Hobbs

(a 1799 - 1876)
FatherEdward Hobbs1 b. 3 Dec 1758
MotherMary Stagg1 b. a 1765
ChartsBarbara (Talbot) Edmonds Pedigree
Hobbs Descendants Chart
Barb pedigree
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of John Henry Talbot

Spouse:Elizabeth Mudge (7 January 1802 - about June 1881)
     Children:

Charles Henry Hobbs c1850

Life Events

     Charles Henry Hobbs was born about 1799 in Froxfield, Wiltshire, England, son of Edward Hobbs and Mary Stagg.2

On 15 May 1825, Charles, married Elizabeth Mudge, aged 23, daughter of William Mudge and Mary Gould, in Chilton Foliat, Wiltshire, England.

Charles appeared on the census of 6 June 1841 in Oakhill, Wiltshire, England, age 38, Agricultural Labourer. Others in the house were:
Elizabeth, 40, wife
Susanna, 15
Mary Ann, 13
Emily, 11
William, 11, agricultural labourer
George, 8
Henery, 6
Jane, 3.3

Charles appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 in Oakhill, Wiltshire, England, Charles was head of house, 51, an agricultural labourer. Others present were:
Elizabeth, wife, 51
William, son, 21
George, son, 18
Jane, Dau., 13
Stephen, son, 11
Edward, son, 8
Sarah, Dau., 5
All listed as agricultural labourers.4

Charles appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 in Oakhill, Wiltshire, England, head of house, 60, agricultural labourer. Others present were:
Elizabeth, wife, 60, Agricultuaral Labourer
Sarah, dau., 17, Agricultural Labourer
George, grandson, 1 mth.5

Charles appeared on the census of 2 April 1871 in 19 White House, Froxfield, Wiltshire, England, aged 72, Agricultural Labourer.5

He died on Sunday, 26 November 1876, in Froxfield, Wiltshire, England, from chronic bronchitis & general debility.6

Citations

  1. [S47] Gencircles/Randall & Parish Ancestors, online http://www.gencircles.com/users/christine9/2
  2. [S108] 1871 UK Census.
  3. [S92] 1841 UK Census.
  4. [S100] 1851 UK Census.
  5. [S89] 1861 UK Census.
  6. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.

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Elizabeth Mudge

(1802 - a 1881)
FatherWilliam Mudge b. 8 Jun 1776, d. a Mar 1838
MotherMary Gould b. 16 Apr 1776, d. a Sep 1856
ChartsBarbara (Talbot) Edmonds Pedigree
Hobbs Descendants Chart
Barb pedigree
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of John Henry Talbot

Spouse:Charles Henry Hobbs (about 1799 - 26 November 1876)
     Children:

Elizabeth Hobbs nee Mudge c1850

Life Events

     Elizabeth Mudge was born on 7 January 1802 in Chilton Foliat, Wiltshire, England, daughter of William Mudge and Mary Gould.

On 15 May 1825, Elizabeth, aged 23, married Charles Henry Hobbs, son of Edward Hobbs and Mary Stagg, in Chilton Foliat, Wiltshire, England.

She appeared on the census on 6 June 1841, in the household of Charles Henry Hobbs in Oakhill, Wiltshire, England, age 40.1

She appeared on the census on 30 March 1851, in the household of Charles Henry Hobbs in Oakhill, Wiltshire, England, wife, 51, agricultural labourer.2

She appeared on the census on 7 April 1861, in the household of Charles Henry Hobbs in Oakhill, Wiltshire, England, wife, age 60, Agricultural Labourer.3

She appeared on the census on 2 April 1871, in the household of Charles Henry Hobbs in 19 White House, Froxfield, Wiltshire, England, wife, age 72.3

Elizabeth appeared on the census of 3 April 1881 as a boarder, aged 79, widow in the "Union Workhouse", Hungerford, Berkshire, England.4

She died about June 1881, in Hungerford, Wiltshire, England.5,6

Citations

  1. [S92] 1841 UK Census.
  2. [S100] 1851 UK Census.
  3. [S89] 1861 UK Census.
  4. [S12] 1881 UK Census.
  5. [S47] Gencircles/Randall & Parish Ancestors, online http://www.gencircles.com/users/christine9/2
  6. [S50] GenesReunited, online http://www.genesreunited.co.uk

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John Henry Talbot

(a 1852 - 1854)
FatherHenry Talbot b. 13 May 1821, d. 11 Mar 1912
MotherSusannah Hobbs b. 20 Nov 1825, d. 14 Aug 1911
ChartsHenry Talbot Descendants Chart
Hobbs Descendants Chart
RelationshipUncle of John Henry Talbot

Life Events

     John Henry Talbot was born about June 1852 in Froxfield, Wiltshire, England, son of Henry Talbot and Susannah Hobbs.1

On 23 May 1853, when he was 1 year old John emigrated from England with his parents.2

He died on Saturday, 4 March 1854, in Unley, South Australia, of Dysentry.3

Citations

  1. [S18] Free BMD, online http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/
  2. [S35] Family History South Australia, online http://www.familyhistorysa.info/shipping/…
  3. [S5] SA Death Registrations, SAGHS CD Deaths 1842-1915.

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Sarah Talbot

(1854 - 1902)
FatherHenry Talbot b. 13 May 1821, d. 11 Mar 1912
MotherSusannah Hobbs b. 20 Nov 1825, d. 14 Aug 1911
ChartsHenry Talbot Descendants Chart
Hobbs Descendants Chart
RelationshipAunt of John Henry Talbot

Spouse:John Allen Smith (about 1851 - )
     Children:

Spouse:David William Talbot (about September 1848 - 5 September 1924)
     Children:

Life Events

     Sarah Talbot was born on 9 July 1854 in South Para, South Australia, daughter of Henry Talbot and Susannah Hobbs.

On Thursday, 7 January 1875, age 20, she married John Allen Smith, son of William Smith, in the residence of Mr. Talbot, Appila, South Australia.1

On 4 February 1881, age 26, she married David William Talbot, son of Thomas Talbot and Eliza Barnard.1

She died on Saturday, 15 March 1902, aged 47 years, 8 months and 6 days, in Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia.2

Citations

  1. [S3] Marriage Registrations, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916.
  2. [S136] Ancestry.com.au, online http://search.ancestry.com.au
  3. [S1] Birth Registrations, SA Births 1842-1906, 153/273.
  4. [S1] Birth Registrations, SA Births 1842-1906, 171/47.
  5. [S1] Birth Registrations, SA Births 1842-1906.
  6. [S123] NSWs Birth, Deaths & Marriages, online http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/Index/IndexingOrder.cgi/…

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Arthur Phillip Case

(1871 - 1949)
FatherEmanuel Case b. 13 Nov 1815, d. 1 Aug 1898
MotherJane Starr b. bt 1821 - 1823, d. 25 May 1893
ChartsBarbara (Talbot) Edmonds Pedigree
Emanuel Case Descendants Chart
Benjamin Ellis Descendants Chart
Barb pedigree

Spouse:Olive Ruby May Ellis (3 July 1890 - 5 April 1980)
     Children:

Arthur Phillip Case

Life Events

     Arthur Phillip Case was born on 16 August 1871 in Gawler, South Australia, son of Emanuel Case and Jane Starr.1

On 6 November 1911, Arthur, aged 40, married Olive Ruby May Ellis, aged 21, daughter of Benjamin Ellis and Elizabeth Jane Veal, in St Raphael's Church in Carrieton, South Australia. Witnesses were his nephew, Rayburn James Case and niece, Ellen Jane Case.2,3
Extracted from the "Chronicle", 25 November 1911
     The marriage of Miss Olive Ellis, fourth daughter of Mr. B. Ellis, of Port Elliot, to Mr. Arthur Phillips Case, youngest son of the late Mr. Emanuel Case, of Muttabee, was celebrated on November 6 at St. Raphael's Church, Carrieton, by the Rev. Father Kirby.
     The bride looked charming in a dress of cream silk striped voile, with orange blossom and veil, and carrieed a pretty bouquet of white flowers and fern tied with white silk streamers. She was attended by Miss Nellie Case as bridesmaid, who wore a pretty dress of pale green striped voile cream silk mohair hat trimmed with pink roses and green ribbon.
     The bridegroom was supported by Mr. James Case as best man. After the ceremony a breakfast was partaken of at the residence of the bridegroom and the usual toasts were honored. Many nice presents were received by the happy couple. The bridegroom presented the bride with a lovely gold pendnnt, and to the bridesmaid he gave a gold brooch.4
He died on Wednesday, 16 February 1949, aged 77 years and 6 months, in Blyth District Hospital, Blyth, South Australia, of cerebral haemorrhage and Parkinson's Disease, (which he'd had for 15 years). He had been living in Brinkworth.5

Arthur was buried on 18 February 1949 in the Brinkworth Cemetery, Brinkworth, South Australia.6

Citations

  1. [S114] Mrs. Aileen Murray, Starrs Family History.
  2. [S3] Marriage Registrations, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916.
  3. [S49] Marriage Certificate sighted and verified, spouses as recorded above, marriage date verified as recorded.
  4. [S195] "Trove" Digititised Newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/
  5. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.
  6. [S54] South Australian Councils Cemeteries Search, online http://www.pirie.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm?u=130

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Olive Ruby May Ellis

(1890 - 1980)
FatherBenjamin Ellis b. a Mar 1854, d. 7 Sep 1942
MotherElizabeth Jane Veal b. 10 Mar 1862, d. 15 Apr 1924
ChartsBarbara (Talbot) Edmonds Pedigree
Emanuel Case Descendants Chart
Benjamin Ellis Descendants Chart
Barb pedigree

Spouse:Arthur Phillip Case (16 August 1871 - 16 February 1949)
     Children:

Child with an unknown spouse:

Olive Ruby May Ellis

Life Events

     Olive Ruby May Ellis was born on 3 July 1890 in Thebarton, South Australia, daughter of Benjamin Ellis and Elizabeth Jane Veal.
"The Advertiser", Friday 12 February 1909
"RESCUING A DAUGHTER"
     Benjamin Ellis, of Currency Creek, was charged at the Adelaide Police Court on Monday, before Mr. T. J. S. O'Halloran and justices, on the information of Inspector Holgrave, with having without the authority of the State Children's Department, removed his daughter, Olive Ruby May Ellis, from the care of Effie S. Dungey, of Noarlunga, her present foster parent. The defendant said he had picked his daughter up as he was driving along a country road, and as she refused to return to live with Mrs. Dungey he took her home.
     His daughter was now over 18 years of age, and he was not aware when he took her home that he was committing a punishable offence. The bench fined the defendant 5/- and 15/- costs, and as he said he had no money, and would have to earn it before he could pay, gave him a month in which to do so.They made an order that the girl should be returned to Mrs. Dungey's care until she is 19 years of age.1
On 6 November 1911, Olive, aged 21, married Arthur Phillip Case, aged 40, son of Emanuel Case and Jane Starr, in St Raphael's Church in Carrieton, South Australia. Witnesses were his nephew, Rayburn James Case and niece, Ellen Jane Case.2,3

She died on Saturday, 5 April 1980, aged 89 years, 9 months and 2 days, in Edithburgh, South Australia.

Olive was buried on 9 April 1980 in the Edithburgh Cemetery, Edithburgh, South Australia.4

Citations

  1. [S195] "Trove" Digititised Newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/
  2. [S3] Marriage Registrations, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916.
  3. [S49] Marriage Certificate sighted and verified, spouses as recorded above, marriage date verified as recorded.
  4. [S74] Personal judgement based on all probabilities.

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Emanuel Case

(1815 - 1898)
FatherJohn Case1 b. 15 Feb 1789
MotherEsther/Hester Tucker1 b. a 1796, d. 20 Sep 1860
ChartsBarbara (Talbot) Edmonds Pedigree
Emanuel Case Descendants Chart
Barb pedigree
RelationshipFather of Arthur Phillip Case

Spouse:Jane Starr (between 1821 and 1823 - 25 May 1893)
     Children:

Life Events

     Emanuel Case was born on 13 November 1815 in Corscombe, Dorset, England, son of John Case and Esther/Hester Tucker.1

Emanuel Case emigrated on 15 December 1837 from Gravesend, Kent, England, on board the "Canton", disembarking at Glenelg, South Australia, on 22 May 1838.
Emigrant labourers application No. 1673; Embarkation No. 94.2

Emanuel, age 25, appeared on the South Australian census of June 1841 living in District B, south of Adelaide.3

On 6 November 1844, Emanuel, aged 28, married Jane Starr, daughter of Peter Starr and Catherine Starr, in Catholic Church in Adelaide, South Australia. He was called CASEY she was named as Anne.4

On 29 September 1864 Emanuel was admitted to the Lunatic Asylum. He was discharged on 23 Dec 1864.

On 1 August 1872 he purchased land under the South Australian scheme known as the "Strangeways Act", where settlers could purchase land on credit, with 20% deposit and the balance payable at the end of 4 years.

The first lot he bought was Sections 217 & 218 Hundred of Barunga, County Daly, an total area of 254 acres, cost £381 ($762). On 18 Oct 1875 he purchased a further 197 acres, Section 205 in the same Hundred, at a cost of £197 ($394).

On 21 Sep 1881 he bought Section 10 Hundred Coonatto, County Frome, an area of 631 acres for which he paid £631 ($1,262) plus £34/17/- ($69.70.)5

On Saturday, 6 November 1875 he inserted the following notice in the "Adelaide Observer"
ALL PIGS, GOATS, DOGS, and POULTRY found TRESPASSING on SECTIONS 217, 218 and 205, HUNDRED of BARUNGA, COUNTY DALY, will be DESTROYED, and all CATTLE and HORSES will be IMPOUNDED.
                    EMANUEL CASE.6
On 1 August 1898 he died of senile decay, in Coonatto, South Australia, aged 82.7

Emanuel was buried on 3 August 1898 in the Hammond Cemetery, Hammond, South Australia.1

Citations

  1. [S45] McEvoy Family History, online http://www.louisenordestgaard.com/Mcevoysnow.html
  2. [S101] Pat Button, A Free Passage to Paradise.
  3. [S26] 1841 Census return, Adelaide, Page 49 Line 1.
  4. [S3] Marriage Registrations, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916.
  5. [S86] South Australian Land Purchases by Credit Selection, online http://www.ach.familyhistorysa.info/landselectors.html
  6. [S195] "Trove" Digititised Newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/
  7. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.

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Jane Starr

(bt 1821 - 1823 - 1893)
FatherPeter Starr1 b. a 1802, d. 18 Feb 1879
MotherCatherine Starr1 b. a 1795, d. 5 Dec 1864
ChartsBarbara (Talbot) Edmonds Pedigree
Emanuel Case Descendants Chart
Barb pedigree
RelationshipMother of Arthur Phillip Case

Spouse:Emanuel Case (13 November 1815 - 1 August 1898)
     Children:

Life Events

     Jane Starr was born between 1821 and 1823 in Fintona, County Tyrone, Ireland, daughter of Peter Starr and Catherine Starr.2

Jane's surname was also spelled as Starrs.

Jane Starr emigrated from England, with her parents, on 17 February 1840 leaving Greenock, Scotland, on the "Dauntless", under Captain William Miller. Those on board were Peter Starr, his wife Catherine and children Jane, Catherine, Francis Paul and Ellen. They arrived in Port Adelaide on 10 July 1840 , after a traumatic 5 months at sea.3

Jane Starr accompanied her parents Peter Starr and Catherine Starr on their Emigration from Greenock, Scotland, to South Australia on 17 February 1840.

Jane was also known as Jane Stars.2

She appeared on the census in 1841, in the household of Peter Starr in South Australian Census, Little Para and out stations, South Australia, under 21.2

On 6 November 1844, Jane, married Emanuel Case, aged 28, son of John Case and Esther/Hester Tucker, in Catholic Church in Adelaide, South Australia. He was called CASEY she was named as Anne.4

She died on Thursday, 25 May 1893, at Coonatto Station, Pinda, South Australia, of enteritis.5 On Friday, 16 June 1893
From "The Southern Cross", 1th June 1893
     On May 25, MRS. CASE at her residence 'Coonatoo', the cause of death being a paralytic stroke.
     The deceased was one of those stirling Catholic Colonists who, in a quiet and unobtrusive manner, leave unmistakeable evidence of their good and useful lives behind them.
     Her husband, 5 married daughters and 6 sons (5 married) survive her. The sons are farming at Coomooroo and Coonatoo; with the exception of one daughter, the whole of the family reside in different parts of the north.
     Of your Charity, pray for the soul of JANE, the beloved wife of E. CASE of Bell Vue Farm, Coonatoo, who departed that life on May 25, aged 62.

Citations

  1. [S45] McEvoy Family History, online http://www.louisenordestgaard.com/Mcevoysnow.html
  2. [S26] 1841 Census return, Adelaide, Page 49 Line 1.
  3. [S35] Family History South Australia, online http://www.familyhistorysa.info/shipping/…
  4. [S3] Marriage Registrations, South Australian Marriages 1842-1916.
  5. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.

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Ethel Thelma Emilda Case

(1912 - 1928)
FatherArthur Phillip Case b. 16 Aug 1871, d. 16 Feb 1949
MotherOlive Ruby May Ellis b. 3 Jul 1890, d. 5 Apr 1980
ChartsEmanuel Case Descendants Chart
Benjamin Ellis Descendants Chart
RelationshipsDaughter of Arthur Phillip Case
Daughter of Olive Ruby May Ellis

Life Events

     Ethel Thelma Emilda Case was born on 8 August 1912 in Hammond, South Australia, daughter of Arthur Phillip Case and Olive Ruby May Ellis.1

On 1 September 1919 Ethel was admitted to the Melrose school where she attended until 8 Nov. 1920. On 28th Jan 1921 he was transferred to the Morchard school, Morchard, South Australia.

She died on Friday, 13 April 1928, aged 15 years, 8 months and 5 days, in the Booleroo Centre Hospital, Booleroo Centre, South Australia, from enteric (typhoid) fever and broncho-pneumonia.2

Ethel was buried on 15 April 1928 in the Wirrabara Cemetery, Wirrabara, South Australia, in the Catholic section B.3

Citations

  1. [S2] Birth Registrations, S.A. Births 1907-1928.
  2. [S71] Death Certificate Sighted and verified by Daryl Edmonds.
  3. [S54] South Australian Councils Cemeteries Search, online http://www.pirie.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm?u=130

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Leo Francis Patrick Case

(1913 - 1994)
FatherArthur Phillip Case b. 16 Aug 1871, d. 16 Feb 1949
MotherOlive Ruby May Ellis b. 3 Jul 1890, d. 5 Apr 1980
ChartsEmanuel Case Descendants Chart
Benjamin Ellis Descendants Chart
RelationshipsSon of Arthur Phillip Case
Son of Olive Ruby May Ellis

Life Events

     Leo Francis Patrick Case was born on 13 July 1913 in Wirrabara, South Australia, son of Arthur Phillip Case and Olive Ruby May Ellis.1

On 1 September 1919 he was admitted to the Melrose school where he attended until 8 Nov. 1920. On 28th Jan 1921 he was transferred to the school, in Morchard, South Australia.

In 1948, Leo, married Margaret Mary Cross, daughter of Frederick Cross and Margaret Featherston.

He died on Monday, 21 March 1994, aged 80 years, 8 months and 8 days, in Port Pirie, South Australia.

Leo was buried on 25 March 1994 in the Port Pirie Cemetery, Port Pirie, South Australia, the Catholic 2 section, plot 131, by Fr. Victory, Undertakers were Meschke Funerals.2

Citations

  1. [S2] Birth Registrations, S.A. Births 1907-1928.
  2. [S54] South Australian Councils Cemeteries Search, online http://www.pirie.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm?u=130

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