"Run No. 153"

Acres - 27,000 acres

~William SHELLEY~

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To TUMUT PLAINS Run
and half owner of Bombowlee Run with his brother George Shelley.
CHILDREN - born to William and Susannah M SHELLEY

1828 - Elizabeth M SHELLEY born to parents WILLIAM SUSANNAH - (Ref: NSW BDM V18288533 1C/1828)

1832 - SHELLEY, LUCY A parents WILLIAM & SUSANNAH M - (Ref NSW BDM V183297 16/1832)

V183477 19/1834 William SHELLEY born to parents WILLIAM & SUSANNAH M

V18381217 22/1838 Robert SHELLEY born to parents WILLIAM & SUSANNAH M

V18401349 24A/1840 Susannah SHELLEY born to parents WILLIAM & SUSANNAH M

V18431326 27A/1843 Julius SHELLEY born to parents WILLIAM & SUSANNAH M

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MARRIAGES - SHELLEY males

SHELLEY, WILLIAM JOHN married MARTYR, SARAH M in TUMUT - Ref 3477 in 1868.

SHELLEY, WALTER A married JEFFERY, ALMA I in TUMUT - Ref 3176 in 1926.

SHELLEY, ALFRED CHARLES married DEAN, DOROTHY AMY in TUMUT - Ref 15247 in 1950.

MARRIAGES - SHELLEY females

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ROSE, LAWRANCE married SHELLEY, ELIZABETH JANE in TUMUT - Ref 2685 in 1857.

MANSFIELD, CHARLES S married SHELLEY, JANE A in TUMUT - Ref 3560 in 1869.

CROFT, EDWARD G L married SHELLEY, AMY G in TUMUT - Ref 2017 in 1897.

USHER, NEVILLE J married SHELLEY, ELSIE A in TUMUT - Ref 8000 in 1905.

ELLISON, NORMAN EVERAD married SHELLEY, JUNE ISABEL in TUMUT - Ref 1773 in 1947.

DAY, STANLEY GEORGE married SHELLEY, LOLA JEAN in TUMUT - Ref 7363 in 1948.

HECTOR, JAMES married SHELLY GEORGINA H in TUMUT - Ref 3197 in 1864.

Hamlyn L HARRIS married SHELLY EMILY, L L in TUMUT - Ref 3586 in 1872.

BIRTHS

1. SHELLEY, AMELIA L parents CHARLES & MARY in TUMUT - Ref 16780 in 1867

2. SHELLEY, MILDRED A M parents GEORGE W & MILDRED in TUMUT - Ref 16803 in 1867

3. SHELLEY, (FEMALE) WILLIAM J & SARAH M in TUMUT - Ref 17110 in 1868

4. SHELLEY, MARIANNE S parents CHARLES & MARY in TUMUT - Ref 18684 in 1869

5. SHELLEY, MABEL A E parents GEORGE W & MILDRED in TUMUT - Ref 18728 in 1869

6. SHELLEY, WILLIAM G parents WILLIAM J & SARAH MARIA in TUMUT - Ref 17783 in 1870

7. SHELLEY, AMY GRACE parents WILLIAM JOHN & SARAH MARIA in TUMUT - Ref 18350 in 1872

8. SHELLEY, ROWLAND GEORGE parents ROWLAND MANSFIELD & MATILDA JANE in TUMUT 18389 in 1872

9. SHELLEY, MADELINE AUSTRALIA R parents GEORGE WADDY & MILDRED in TUMUT - Ref 20144 in 1874

10. SHELLEY, ELIZABETH ALICIA parents WILLIAM JOHN & SARAH MARIA M in TUMUT - Ref 23050 in 1878

11. SHELLEY, UNNAMED parents ROWLAND MANSFIELD & MATILDA JANE B in TUMUT - Ref 23079 in 1878

12. SHELLEY, ELSIE ALICE parents WILLIAM JOHN & SARAH MARIA in TUMUT - Ref 24371 in 1879

13. SHELLEY, HILDA JESSIE parents WILLIAM JOHN & SARAH MARIA in TUMUT i Ref 28462 in 1882 - Death - 1914 - BOWRAL IN MOURNING. FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS. BOWRAL, Sunday.

Although Exeter, the scene of the terrible railway accident on Friday night, is 13 miles from here, all the later incidents in connection with the dreadful catastrophe have been removed to this township, which has been practically in mourning for the past two days. Relatives of the killed and injured have been arriving by trains since Saturday morning, and many pathetic scenes occur at the hospital and raliway station.

Miss Jane Eglington, aged 49, was a school mistress at Granville, to which position she was appointed in 1903. She had been teach- ing since 1880. She was a native of Bowning, near Yass, and had been head mistress at Bourke, Liverpool, and West Redfern. Her body is being sent to Bowning by to-night's mail train.

Mrs. Susan Agnes Parker, aged 54, had intended travelling on Sunday night on a visit to relatives at Gundagai and Cootamundra, but suddenly made up her mind to give them a surprise by going unannounced on Friday instead of on Sunday as arranged, nor could she be dissuaded from this course. The body is being sent by to-night's train for interment at West Wyalong.

Miss Hilda Jessie Shelley, aged 32, was a native of Tumut. She was a governess, and was going to Tumut on holidays. The body will be sent to Tumut on Monday night's train. A sister of deceased is matron of the Portland Hospital.

Mrs. Elizabeth Clarke, of Hamilton, aged 53, was going on a visit to her son at Harden. The body was sent by the 6.30 train this evening for interment at Hamilton. >p>Mr. James C. Minnis, aged 26, was an employee of the interlocking department of the railway, and was going on a trip with his wife, Ethel Elsie Minnis, aged 24. Both bodies are being sent to Sydney by the 6.30 train on Monday morning for interment in the Catholic Cemetery at Rookwood.

Mr. Alfred Bray, aged 43, the mail guard, was a resident of Carlton, and had been 21 years in the railway service. He has left a wife and seven children. The body is being sent to Hurstville by the 6.30 train on Monday morning.

Mr. George Pollard, aged 21, was a black-smith at Jerrawa, and was returning from a holiday trip to Sydney, The body is being sent to Jerrawa by mail train to-night, and will be interred in the Dalton Cemetery.

Of Frederick Kurzenhagen, and a woman supposed to be Mrs. Kurzenhagen, very little is known, but from papers found in Kurzenhagen's pocket, it is thought they were going to Young to take a position as married couple. Kurzenhagen was formerly employed at Mittagong. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Monday 16 March 1914).

14. SHELLEY, UNNAMED parents WILLIAM J SARAH M in TUMUT - Ref 32628 in 1884

CHILDREN - born to William and Susannah M SHELLEY

1828 - SHELLEY, ELIZABETH M parents WILLIAM SUSANNAH - (Ref: NSW BDM V18288533 1C/1828)

1832 - SHELLEY, LUCY A parents WILLIAM & SUSANNAH M - (Ref NSW BDM V183297 16/1832)

V183477 19/1834 SHELLEY, WILLIAM parents WILLIAM & SUSANNAH M

V18381217 22/1838 SHELLEY, ROBERT parents WILLIAM & SUSANNAH M

V18401349 24A/1840 SHELLEY, SUSANNAH parents WILLIAM & SUSANNAH M

V18431326 27A/1843 SHELLEY, JULIUS parents WILLIAM & SUSANNAH M