John (1st) Cheney

Mr John (1st) CHENEY

"Belmore Station",

~Humula~

NSW

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BIRTH

John (1st) CHENEY was born in about 4th April 1806 at Nottinghamshire, England.

DEATH
John (1st) died on the 8th August, 1880, in Shockeroo, NSW

BURIED

John (st) was buried on the 10th August, 1880, in Shockeroo, NSW.

CEMETERY

In Shockeroo cemetery, also known as "Murraguldrie", is situated

Parish Of Murraguldrie, County County Of Wynard

Map Grid Reference 5 62920

Hannah was burried on the 30th March, 1886, in Shockeroo,, NSW.

SWEET EMBLEM OF MY BLIGHTED HOPES,

MY FATHER AND MOTHER DEAR,

PLOT No.

Plot No, 2

MARRIAGE

In 1833 in Buckinghamshire, UK John (1st) CHENEY married Miss Hannah TOFIELD,

BIRTH

Hannah was born in 1804 in Stewkly Buckinghamshire, the daughter of Thomas TOFIELD and Elizabeth BATES..

DEATH

Hannah died on the 27th March, 1866, in Kyeamba, NSW. Aged 62 yrs

BURIED

In Shockeroo cemetery, also known as "Murraguldrie", is situated

Parish Of Murraguldrie, County County Of Wynard

Map Grid Reference 5 62920

Hannah was burried on the 30th March, 1886, in Shockeroo,, NSW.

SWEET EMBLEM OF MY BLIGHTED HOPES,

MY FATHER AND MOTHER DEAR,

PLOT No 2.

CHILDREN

1. Daniel Cheney born 1830 in Buckinghamshire, he died 25th May 1909. He never married.

2. Hannah (1st) Cheney was born in 1832 in Buckinghamshire She married Mr John Joseph WILSON

3. John (2nd) Cheney was born in 1834 in Buckinghamshire, he married Miss Mary McNamara

4. Henry Cheney was born in 1836 in Buckinghamshire, he married Miss Sophia NOYES

5. Robert Cheney was born in 1840 in Buckinghamshire, he married Miss Sarah McNamara

6. Joseph Cheney was born born in NSW, he married Miss Matilda Jane ADAMS

7. Martha E Cheney was born born in NSW, she married Mr William L ADAMS

ARRIVAL IN AUSTRALIA

Records show that John (1st) CHENEY and wife and 5 children arrived on the "ROYAL SAXON" on the 26th June, 1844..

CHILDREN who travelled

1. Daniel CHENEYwould have been about 14 Yrs old.

.2. Hannah CHENEY would have been about 12 Yrs old.

3. John (2nd) CHENEY would have been about 10 Yrs old.

4. Henry CHENEY would have been about 8 Yrs old

5. Robert CHENEY would have been about 4 yrs old..

CHENEY DEATHS - Parents John & Hannah CHENEY

CHENEY, ANNIE ELIZABETH, 4229/1947 parent JOHN & HANNAH in WAGGA WAGGA

CHENEY, ROBERT, 11393/1909 parents JOHN & HANNAH in WAGGA WAGGA

CHENEY, JOHN, 23568/1919 parents JOHN & HANNAH in ADELONG

CHENEY, JOSEPH, 18704/1915 Parents JOHN & HANNAH in LIVERPOOL, NSW

CHENEY/CHEENEY, John farmer Humula - TUMUT ELECTORATE. TUMUT, SATURDAY.

1894 - Mr. E. G. Brown addressed a meeting at Humula last night. Mr. John Downing spoke at Toomoorooma. Mr. Travers Jones at Brungle and Wagra yesterday. Each had a good hearing. A fresh candidate has come forward - Mr. John Cheney, of Humula, protectionist, who advocates land law reform. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Monday 9 July 1894).

CHEENEY, John jun. farmer Humula

CHEENEY, Robert farmer Humula

1900 - CIRCUIT COURTS. - CIVIL CASES AT WAGGA WAGGA, Wednesday. - In the case in which John Cheney, of 'Possum Plains, sued George BARDWELL, of Oberne station, for alleged malicious prosecution, claiming damages at 3000, the jury, after being locked up all night, brought in a verdict for defendant. His Honor Mr. Justice Owen remarked that the veidict was quite in accordance with his views of the case. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Thursday 18 October 1900).

1933 - ACCIDENT NEAR WAGGA WAGGA (N.S.W.), Sunday.- Ronald Frederick Willis, aged 27 years, was fatally injured to-day when his motor-cycle collided head on with a motor car driven by Hugh McEachern, farmer, on the Oberne Tumbarumba Road. Willis was employed at Mr. J. Cheney's Belmore Station, near Oberne. - (Ref- The Argu

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MARRIAGES 1800 TO 1965 IN WAGGA WAGGA

2686/1937 CHENEY, FRANCIS GORDON to BAILEY, MURIEL ELIZABETH in WAGGA WAGGA

6225/1909 CHENEY, FREDERICK to RAPLEY, SARAH in WAGGA WAGGA

3499/1913 CHENEY, ALBERT to COBDENSARAH AWAGGA WAGGA

5902/1889 CHENEY, GEOGORY to CHENEY, ALICE J ln WAGGA WAGGA

7723/1891 CHENEY, DENIS D to ADAMS, GERTRUDE in WAGGA WAGGA

5185/1880 CHENEY, JOHN to WINTER, BRIDGET in WAGGA WAGGA-

7349/1892 CHENEY, JOHN to WILLIS, ANNIE E in WAGGA WAGGA

2711/1860 CHENEY, HENRY to NOYES, SOPHIA in WAGGA WAGGA

2712/1860 CHENEY, JOHN to MACNAMARA, MARY in WAGGA WAGGA

28952/1940 CHENEY, ROBERT to SMART, IDA AILEEN in WAGGA WAGGA

20247/1948 CHENEY, KEVIN CLIFFORDMASSONHELENWAGGA WAGGA

13920/1951 CHENEY, ARNOLD LEOCAMPBELLAVIS CLAREWAGGA WAGGA

13930/1951 CHENEY, ARNOLD LEOCAMPBELLAVIS CLAREWAGGA WAGGA

2345/1940 CHENEY, DUDLEY VERNON to HOLT, PAULINE HELEN in WAGGA WAGGA

33762/1942 CHENEY, LINDSAY LORNE to MOORE, LOUISA MAY in WAGGA WAGGA

12942/1944 CHENEY, REGINALD HERBERTLIZASOAINWINIFRED MARGARETWAGGA WAGGA

20949/1938 CHENEY, ALBERT CLARENCEWEALANDSGWENDOLINEWAGGA WAGGA

21083/1939 CHENEY, WILLIAM JOHN to BROWN, VIOLET CATHERINE HAZEL in WAGGA WAGGA

5977/1887 CHENEY, WILLIAM H to HAYDON, JULIA in WAGGA WAGGA

12364/1924 CHENEY, CHARLES LNUGENTMARYWAGGA WAGGA

10547/1932 CHENEY, GEORGE CEGANMARY CWAGGA WAGGA

3871/1962 CHENEY, CLIVE HENRYBURSTONMARY DOROTHEAWAGGA WAGGA

2564/1923 CHENEY, WILLIAM PHARVEYVERONICA NWAGGA WAGGA

16910/1965 CHENEY, KERRY DUDLEYTURNBULLDOROTHY JOANWAGGA WAGGA

10329/1961 CHENEY, BRIAN RUTTERVALERIE JEANWAGGA WAGGA

6897/1951 CHENEY, DUDLEY CHARLES to MCINTYRE, DOROTHY in WAGGA WAGGA

25065/1965 CHENEY, JOHN RAYMOND to McCORD, MAUREEN ANN in WAGGA WAGGA

8905/1907 CHENEY, ROBERT H to WILLIS, AMY E in WAGGA WAGGA

7301/1911 CHENEY, ALFRED T to CHAPMAN, ELIZABETH M in WAGGA WAGGA

3642/1872 CHENEY, JOSEPH to ADAMS, MATILDA J in WAGGA WAGGA

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Deaths Search Results

CHENEY DAPHNE 13216/1944 ROBERT DAVID & IDA AILEEN in WAGGA WAGGA

CHENEY SHIRLEY AILEEN 28056/1944 ROBERT DAVIDIDA AILEENWAGGA WAGGA

CHENEY JAMES 5952/1944 ROBERT & SARAH in WAGGA WAGGA

CHENEY GERTRUDE HELEN 23602/1938 WILLIAM JOHN & MARTHA in WAGGA WAGGA

CHENEY WALTER J 12805/1933 FREDERICK & SARAH in WAGGA WAGGA

CHENEY MATILDA J 20893/1931 HENRYELIZABETHWAGGA WAGGA

CHENEY KERRY T 16683/1935 CHARLES LMARY MWAGGA WAGGA

CHENEY ROBERT 23788/1935 HENRYSOPHIAWAGGA WAGGA

CHENEY OLIVER O 3520/1909 JOHNANNIE EWAGGA WAGGA

CHENEY ROBERT 11393/1909 JOHN & HANNAH in WAGGA WAGGA

OBITUARY

MISS K. 8. TRESHIAN

The death occurred ln a private hoapltal ln Wagga on Saturday morning last ot Miss KatherJne Sfirab Mary Tresilian, ofMurraguldrie. near Sumuls, at the age of 72 yeas, after a abort Illness.

She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Treshian. of "Murraguldrie". very old and respected pioneers of the Humula district

She is survived by five sisters,

Mrs. H. J Bull, 'Currajong,' Narandera;

Mrs. A. R Young, Mitchell Island. Manning River; and the

Misses S. & M. Tresilian. E. M. Tresilian and D. Tresilian, all of Murraguldrie; and one brother, Mr. John Tresilian, of fit.*nne*6-road, Merrylands.

The funeral took place yesterday, the cortege leaving M'Intosh Bros., Baylls Street, Wagga, at 12noon. On arriving at "Murraguldrie" at 2 o'clock the Rev. H. A. Prentice, of Tumbarumba, preceded the hearse and the very lengthy cortege to the Humula cemetery, where the Interment took place in the family ground in the Presbyterian portion of the cemetery.

The cortege included relatives and friends from Narandera. Humula. Carabost, Tarcutta, Oberne, Westbrook. Oberne Creek and Murraguldrie, which showed the great respect and esteem in which Miss Tresilian was held by all who knew her.

There was a very large number of school and Sunday school children present- The carriers were Messrs. L. Phelan, H. Pee 1, A. H. Guy, A. Peel. J. Schofleld.and H. Schofield, and the pallbearers.

Messrs. H. A. Nicholls. R. Fitzpatrlck. A. C Cheney, H. Bull nephews, John Cheney and C. Galvin, while the floral tray was carried by Messrs, E. S. Holmes, G M'Eachern, J. Hansell. and R. Cutler, "sen''

The Rev. H. R. A. Prentice, of Tumbarumba. read a very Impressive burial service. during which he made very feeling and kindly reference to the very large gathering of friends present, who had come to pay their last sad tribute of respect. He added that Humula had lost a friend in the passing of Miss Tresilian. She was liked by everybody and especially by the school Children and Sunday school children, and she took a very kindly and deep interest in there.

There was a very large number of beautiful floral tributes sent by relatives and friends, Including one from the Humula Sunday school children.

The chief mourners present were Mrs H. J. Bull, of Narandera, and the Misses E. E. M.. E. M. and D. Tresilian (sisters)

Those unable to be present were Mrs. A. R Young (sister), of Manning River, and Mr J. Tresilian (brother), of Merrylands. graveside, in addition to those already named, were:

Mr. and Mrs. John Cheney.

E., R. and C. Middleton,

H. Nicholls, T Thomson. C. Thompson. N. Nicholls, Mr.and Mrs. A Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C.Galvin, Mrs. G. Post, Mrs. J. Swaysland. John Swaysland, Mr. and .Mrs. H. Peel.

Mesdames C.. H. and E. Wealands, Mrs L. Phelan. Mrs. C. Huber. Mrs. R. Black. James Bailey. Mrs. R. Crisp, Mr. and Mrs S. Hart, Mrs. H. Cheney, B. Mott, Mr and Mrs. Tony Cheney, Mr. and Mrs Rosetta, A. A Nicholls, Mr annd Mrs. W Lyford, W. Lyford, jun., Mrs. E. Evans. Mr and Mrs. E, Holmes, H. Holmes. Mrs. J Baham. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cheney, Mr and Mrs. Harvey, L. and T. Cox, Mr. and Mrs W. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. R, Cutler. Mr. and Mrs. W. Culler, Mrs. C. Oakman. Mr. C Carmody, Mrs. Alien Nugent, Mr and Mrs. V. Cheney. Christy and Sid Cheney, J. Nugent, senr., Mr. and Mrs. J Nugent, junr., E. Nugent, W. Tumpan. Stewart Lambert, Mrs. Rogers, King Galvin. Mrs. Clancy Galvin, MRs. Vem Ingram, W Bllletti, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Crisp, Mrs. W Cobden, and many others.

The funeral arrangements ware carried out by Mclntosh Bros., of Wagga.- (Ref- Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Mon 4 Nov 1940 Page 2 OBITUARY).