THURLEY/YULE Surname Research

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William Lorden Thurley

Parents

FatherWilliam Thurley (b. 1855, d. 23 September 1934)
MotherEliza McLaren (b. 1857, d. 24 June 1923)

Family: Isobel Maude Ogg (b. 1884, d. 14 May 1965)

SonWilliam Arthur Stanley Thurley+ (b. 20 July 1906, d. 6 January 1982)
SonTasman Charles Thurley+ (b. 10 March 1908, d. 1967)
SonRonald Maxwell Thurley+ (b. 17 October 1910, d. 30 September 1973)
SonGeoffrey Graham Thurley+ (b. 16 September 1912, d. 30 September 1973)
[GS] Gravestone of William Lordon Thurley at Springvale Botanical Cemetery.
BirthWilliam Lorden Thurley was born on 2 September 1883 in Ringarooma, Tasmania, Australia.BG1,2
MarriageHe and Isobel Maude Ogg were married on 5 December 1905 at All Saints Church in Tasmania, Austalia.BG3,4
Milit-SvceWilliam Lorden Thurley served in the Australian Imperial Force from 8 February 1916 to 27 November 1917.5
DeathHe died Death Registration: 1970/22543. on 14 September 1970 at age 87 in Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia.BG6,7,1
CremationHe was cremated on 18 September 1970 at Springvale Necropolis in Springvale, Victoria, Australia.BG8
ProbateHe had his estate probated on 21 December 1970.9
Last Edited9 February 2018

Mabel Thurley

Parents

FatherWilliam Thurley (b. 1855, d. 23 September 1934)
MotherEliza McLaren (b. 1857, d. 24 June 1923)
MarriageRoland Slade and Mabel Thurley were married.1
BirthShe was born on 30 January 1885 in Franklin, Tasmania, Australia.BG2
MarriageOscar Joseph Pritchard and Mabel Thurley were married on 27 April 1910 at All Saints Church in Tasmania, Austalia.BG3
Last Edited11 November 2014

Walter Stanley Thurley

Parents

FatherWilliam Thurley (b. 1855, d. 23 September 1934)
MotherEliza McLaren (b. 1857, d. 24 June 1923)

Family: Stella Elizabeth Absolom (b. 11 March 1887)

DaughterRuby Jean Thurley (b. 24 June 1910)
DaughterNancy Thurley+ (b. 27 December 1911, d. 1969)
SonIvan Jack Thurley (b. 15 January 1915, d. 1 June 1970)
SonWalter Stanley Thurley+ (b. 16 January 1915, d. 3 October 1989)
[BMD] Marriage of Walter Stanley Thurley and Stella Elizabeth Absolom.
BirthWalter Stanley Thurley was born on 7 February 1886 in Franklin, Tasmania, Australia.BG1
MarriageHe and Stella Elizabeth Absolom were married on 11 September 1909 at All Saints Church in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.BG2,3,4,5
OccupationIn 1914 Walter Stanley Thurley was a Telegraph Linesman.6
Milit-SvceHe served in the Australian Imperial Force from 1 September 1914 to 10 April 1918.6
MarriageHe and Unknown Unknown were married.7
CriminalAs posted in the New South Wales Police Gazette, the licence issue to Walter Stanley Thurley on 6 July 1923 in New South WalesBG expired under the provisions of the Deserted Wives and Children act expired and, as a result, authorities are now seeking to return him to prison.
CriminalAs posted in the New South Wales Police Gazette, Walter Stanley Thurley was issued with a commitment warrant for 742 pounds 11 shillings and 6 pence in default of imprisonment in 1929 in New South WalesBG for disobeying a magisterial order for support of his wife.8
DeathHe died in 1963 at age ~77.7
Last Edited21 June 2017

James Alan Thurley

Parents

FatherWilliam Thurley (b. 1855, d. 23 September 1934)
MotherEliza McLaren (b. 1857, d. 24 June 1923)

Family: Millicent Evelyn Salter (b. 12 June 1884, d. 1 July 1972)

DaughterBetty Thurley
SonAllen James Thurley (b. 1 January 1907, d. 13 March 1968)
DaughterAmy Lyell Thurley (b. 25 July 1910)
SonStanley Thurley+ (b. 15 June 1913, d. 12 May 1988)
DaughterMona Thurley (b. 1915, d. 1 February 1930)
DaughterEdna Marion Thurley (b. 15 February 1917, d. 24 January 1985)
DaughterGwen Thurley (b. 9 August 1919)
SonLeslie James Thurley+ (b. 14 January 1922, d. 14 April 1962)
[CENS] James Alan Thurley and wife as listed on the 1914 Australian Federal Electoral Roll.
BirthJames Alan Thurley was born on 17 September 1888 in Esperance, Tasmania, Australia.BG1
MarriageHe and Millicent Evelyn Salter were married on 11 June 1910 in Hobart, Tasmania, Austalia.BG2,3
DeathJames Alan Thurley died on 29 September 1954 at age 66 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.BG1,4,5
BurialHe was buried on 30 September 1954 at Cornelian Bay Cemetery in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.BG1,6,7
Last Edited9 February 2018

F. Thurley

Parents

FatherWilliam Thurley (b. 1855, d. 23 September 1934)
MotherEliza McLaren (b. 1857, d. 24 June 1923)
BirthF. Thurley was born on 4 March 1891 in Southport, Tasmania, Australia.BG1
Last Edited11 November 2014

Stanley Thurley

Parents

FatherWilliam Thurley (b. 1855, d. 23 September 1934)
MotherEliza McLaren (b. 1857, d. 24 June 1923)

Family: Ivy Beatrice Read (b. about 1896, d. 1 May 1982)

SonBernard Roy (Bon) Thurley+ (d. 18 September 1994)
SonArthur Oliver Thurley (b. 13 September 1918, d. 25 February 2005)
SonDennis Claude Thurley+ (b. 9 July 1922, d. 4 November 2002)
[WI] Last Will and Testament of Stanley Thurley - PAGE 1.
BirthStanley Thurley was born on 28 February 1895 in Geeveton, Tasmania, Australia.BG1,2
Milit-SvceHe served in the Australian Imperial Force from 20 September 1914 to 2 April 1920.3
MarriageHe and Ivy Beatrice Read were married on 3 March 1918 at St James in Timbury, Poole, Dorset, England.BG4,3
DeathStanley Thurley died Death registration 33/936 on 16 October 1962 at age 67.2,4,5
CremationHe was cremated on 18 October 1962 at Ranleagh St James Anglican Cemetery in Huonville, Tasmania, Australia.BG2,4,6,7
Will-ProvedOn 13 June 1963 will for Stanley Thurley was proved at The Supreme Court of Tasmania in Hobart Tasmania.BG8
Last Edited8 July 2017

Fanny Louisa Bryant

Parents

Family: Edward Thurley (b. 1867, d. 29 June 1944)

DaughterElla May Thurley (b. 11 November 1888, d. 19 January 1889)
SonEdward Harold Thurley+ (b. 21 November 1889, d. 30 September 1957)
SonGraham Raphal Thurley+ (b. 2 September 1891, d. 9 March 1938)
SonAlvin (Alven) Roy Thurley+ (b. 24 September 1893, d. 1977)
DaughterMyrtle Lillian (Lilias) Thurley+ (b. 21 December 1895)
BirthFanny Louisa Bryant was born on 29 December 1869 in Hadspen, Tasmania, Australia.BG1,2,3
MarriageEdward Thurley and Fanny Louisa Bryant were married on 18 December 1888 at William Bryant's home in Scottsdale, Tasmania, Australia.BG4,5,3,6,7
DeathShe died Died at Royal Hobart Hospital. on 7 October 1944 at age 74 in Scottsdale, Tasmania, Australia.BG1,2,3,8
BurialShe was buried on 10 October 1944 at Scottsdale Ellesmere General Cemetery in Scottsdale, Tasmania, Australia.BG2,8
Last Edited11 November 2014

Ella May Thurley

Parents

FatherEdward Thurley (b. 1867, d. 29 June 1944)
MotherFanny Louisa Bryant (b. 29 December 1869, d. 7 October 1944)
BirthElla May Thurley was born on 11 November 1888 in Ringarooma, Tasmania, Australia.BG1,2,3
DeathShe died Death registration: 35/1178 on 19 January 1889 at age 0 in Ringarooma, Tasmania, Tasmania.BG1,3
Last Edited11 November 2014

Edward Harold Thurley

Parents

FatherEdward Thurley (b. 1867, d. 29 June 1944)
MotherFanny Louisa Bryant (b. 29 December 1869, d. 7 October 1944)

Family: Edith Marion Wilkinson (b. 1886, d. 2 February 1942)

SonLiving
SonEdward Nelson Thurley+ (b. 18 October 1916, d. 5 September 1986)
SonAllan Walter Thurley+ (b. 6 November 1919, d. 1 June 2004)
SonFrank Harold Thurley+ (b. 16 February 1922, d. 17 November 1977)
[WI] Last Will and Testament of Edward Harold Thurley.
BirthEdward Harold Thurley was born on 21 November 1889 in Ringarooma, Tasmania, Australia.BG1,2,3
Milit-SvceHe served in the Australian Imperial Force from 12 January 1915 to 21 December 1915.4
MarriageHe and Edith Marion Wilkinson were married on 2 May 1916 at Holy Trinity Church in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.BG5,6,7,8
DeathEdward Harold Thurley died Late 15th Battalion, First AIF.Obituary in Examiner newspaper 1 Oct 1957. on 30 September 1957 at age 67 in Tonganah, Tasmania.BG9,5,10
BurialHe was buried on 3 October 1957 at Scottsdale Ellesmere General Cemetery in Scottsdale, Tasmania, Australia.BG9,11,10
Will-ProvedOn 18 November 1957 will for Edward Harold Thurley was proved at The Supreme Court, Tasmania, in Hobart Tasmania.BG12
Last Edited9 February 2018

Graham Raphal Thurley

Parents

FatherEdward Thurley (b. 1867, d. 29 June 1944)
MotherFanny Louisa Bryant (b. 29 December 1869, d. 7 October 1944)

Family: May Elizabeth Belbin (b. 25 December 1894, d. 12 April 1951)

SonGraham Douglas Thurley+ (b. 2 April 1918, d. 8 April 1995)
DaughterJean Thurley+ (b. 25 June 1919, d. 13 October 1998)
DaughterThelma Thurley+ (b. 17 August 1920, d. 20 December 1996)
DaughterNora Daphne Thurley (b. 2 June 1922, d. 13 May 1995)
SonNeil Geoffrey Thurley (b. 10 September 1923, d. 30 March 1924)
DaughterMyrtle May Thurley+ (b. 15 September 1924, d. 18 March 2018)
SonGeoffrey Gordon Thurley (b. 23 May 1926, d. 17 January 1936)
DaughterMargaret Anne Thurley+ (b. 10 November 1930, d. 13 August 2002)
[PE] Graham Raphal Thurley and May Elizabeth Thurley (nee Belbin) circa 1917, Tasmania Australia.
BirthGraham Raphal Thurley was born on 2 September 1891 in Ringarooma, Tasmania, Australia.BG1,2,3,4
MarriageHe and May Elizabeth Belbin were married on 22 October 1917 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.BG5,4,6
DeathGraham Raphal Thurley died on 9 March 1938 at age 46.7,8,4
BurialHe was buried after 9 March 1938 at Cambridge Congregational Cemetery in Clarence, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.BG7
Last Edited9 February 2018

Alvin (Alven) Roy Thurley

Parents

FatherEdward Thurley (b. 1867, d. 29 June 1944)
MotherFanny Louisa Bryant (b. 29 December 1869, d. 7 October 1944)

Family: Amy Cecilia Terry (b. about 1900, d. 26 June 1977)

SonAlven Edward Thurley+ (b. 15 August 1919, d. 2 December 1975)
BirthAlvin (Alven) Roy Thurley was born on 24 September 1893 in Ringarooma, Tasmania, Australia.BG1,2,3,4
MarriageHe and Amy Cecilia Terry were married on 15 June 1920 at Home Residence in Scottsdale, Tasmania, Australia.BG3,5
OccupationIn 1965 Alvin (Alven) Roy Thurley was a Listed as a Farmer on the 1965 Tasmanian Electoral Roll.6
DeathHe died in 1977 at age ~84 in Scottsdale, Tasmania, Australia.BG1,3
BurialHe was buried at Ellesmere General Cemetery, Scottsdale, in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.BG1
Last Edited11 November 2014

Myrtle Lillian (Lilias) Thurley

Parents

FatherEdward Thurley (b. 1867, d. 29 June 1944)
MotherFanny Louisa Bryant (b. 29 December 1869, d. 7 October 1944)

Family:

SonLiving
BirthMyrtle Lillian (Lilias) Thurley was born on 21 December 1895 in Ringarooma, Tasmania, Australia.BG1,2
MarriageHorace Lindsay Adams and Myrtle Lillian (Lilias) Thurley were married on 27 January 1920 at a home residence in Tasmania, Austalia.BG3,4,5
Last Edited11 November 2014

Jeremiah Thurley

Parents

FatherHenry Thurley (b. January 1761, d. February 1839)
MotherElizabeth Chambers (b. 13 June 1762, d. 22 June 1832)

Family: Ester Judd (b. about 1787, d. February 1850)

SonJoseph Thurley (b. 19 October 1815)
SonSydney (Sidney) Thurley (b. about 1818, d. about 1841)
SonWilliam Thurley (b. 1818, d. 19 August 1864)
DaughterMary Anne Thurley (b. about 1821)
SonDaniel Thurley+ (b. about 1823, d. April 1871)
SonJames Thurley+ (b. about 1824, d. 11 December 1910)
DaughterSarah Thurley+ (b. 1824, d. March 1898)
SonHenry Thurley+ (b. about 1827, d. 1889)
DaughterMillicent Amelia Thurley+ (b. about 1830, d. January 1889)
SonBenjamin Thurley (b. 1831)
SonJohn Thurley+ (b. before 22 September 1833, d. 18 November 1911)
[BMD] Marriage of Jeremiah Thurley and Esther Judd, 12 October 1814, St Giles, Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.
BirthJeremiah Thurley was born on 11 July 1793 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
BaptismHe was baptized on 20 October 1793 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
MarriageHe and Ester Judd were married on 12 October 1814 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1,2
English Census 1841Jeremiah Thurley appeared as the Head of the Household in the 1841 census in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG3
English Census 1851He appeared as the Head of the Household in the 1851 English Census in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG4
English Census 1861He appeared as the Head of the Household in the 1861 English Census in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG5
DeathHe died in September 1870 at age 77 at Bedlers Green in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
BurialHe was buried on 11 September 1870 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
Last Edited11 November 2014

Ester Judd

Family: Jeremiah Thurley (b. 11 July 1793, d. September 1870)

SonJoseph Thurley (b. 19 October 1815)
SonSydney (Sidney) Thurley (b. about 1818, d. about 1841)
SonWilliam Thurley (b. 1818, d. 19 August 1864)
DaughterMary Anne Thurley (b. about 1821)
SonDaniel Thurley+ (b. about 1823, d. April 1871)
SonJames Thurley+ (b. about 1824, d. 11 December 1910)
DaughterSarah Thurley+ (b. 1824, d. March 1898)
SonHenry Thurley+ (b. about 1827, d. 1889)
DaughterMillicent Amelia Thurley+ (b. about 1830, d. January 1889)
SonBenjamin Thurley (b. 1831)
SonJohn Thurley+ (b. before 22 September 1833, d. 18 November 1911)
BirthEster Judd was born about 1787 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
MarriageJeremiah Thurley and Ester Judd were married on 12 October 1814 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1,2
WitnessShe appeared in the household of Jeremiah Thurley in the English Census in 1841 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG3
DeathEster Judd died in February 1850 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
BurialShe was buried on 3 February 1850 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
Last Edited11 November 2014

Joseph Thurley

Parents

FatherJeremiah Thurley (b. 11 July 1793, d. September 1870)
MotherEster Judd (b. about 1787, d. February 1850)
BirthJoseph Thurley was born on 19 October 1815 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
BaptismHe was baptized on 26 October 1815 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
CriminalOn 18 July 1834 Joseph Thurley was convicted in the Essex Assizes for a felony and sentenced to 7 years and transportation to Australia. He seems to have compouded to offence by "sending threatening letters". As a result his of this his sentence was increased to Life. He was incarcerated on the Hulk "Justitia" moored off Woolwich prior to his transportation.
DeportatnOn 1 October 1834 Joseph Thurley was transported to New South Wales, Australia on the ship Bengal Merchant 2. He arrived in the colony of New South Wales on 30 January 1835. Joseph was transported on the ship Bengal Merchant 2, o

As a result of being convicted in the Essex Assizes on 18 July 1834 for the crime of "sending threatening letters". Joseph was sentenced to Life, a sentence that attracted the penalty of transportation to Australia. Together with James Day (10 years of age) both were for sending an anonymous letter to Mary Ann Baker, threatening to kill and murder her Joseph was transported on the ship Bengal Merchant 2, on 1 October 1834, and arrived in the colony of New South Wales on 30 January 1835. He was granted a Ticket of Leave (43/1027) on the 7 April 1943 where he was allowed to remain in the district of Musselbrook under Master Campbell. This ticket was given on the recommendation of Commissioner of Crown Lands New England. On the 14 August 1848 he was granted a Conditional Pardon. On 22 June 1850 he was listed in the Sydney Morning Herald with many other convicts of not haven collected there pardons. All were given three months to collect their pardon or face the consequences of the law.2,3
CriminalIn the Muswellbrook Court of Petty Sessions John Boyle per Clyde 1832 and Thomas Jenkins per Marquis of Huntley 1835 charged with house robbery and Joseph Thurley per Bengal Merchant 1835 charged with being an accessary to the offence and with receiving stolen property knowing the same to be stolen. All the prisoners mentioned were living close to Aberdeen at the time4
Convict - TOLOn 20 April 1843 Joseph Thurley was granted a Ticket of Leave. The ticket of leave was listed in the Australasian Chronicle (Sydney, NSW). He was listed as residing in the district of Musswellbrook. The Ticket of Leave was granted by William Harvie Christie, Esq as agent for the estates of the late church and school corporation.
Convict - TOLOn 7 April 1848 Joseph Thurley was granted a Ticket of Leave (43/1027) where he was allowed to remain in the district of Musselbrook under Master Campbell. This ticket was given on the recommendation of Commissioner of Crown Lands New England.
Convict - parOn 14 August 1848 Joseph Thurley was given a Conditional Pardon. On the 22 Jun 1850 he was listed (with others) in the Sydney Morning Herald as having not collected his pardon. He was given 3 months to collect it before it expired. On the 14 August 1848 he w
Last Edited3 September 2018

Sydney (Sidney) Thurley

Parents

FatherJeremiah Thurley (b. 11 July 1793, d. September 1870)
MotherEster Judd (b. about 1787, d. February 1850)
BirthSydney (Sidney) Thurley was born about 1818 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
BaptismHe was baptized on 13 July 1820 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
DeathHe died about 1841 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, EnglandBG. Was considered by his family and the authorities to be "soft in the head" - stupid or witless, a dimwit.1
WitnessHe appeared in the household of Jeremiah Thurley in the English Census in 1841 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG2
BurialSydney (Sidney) Thurley was buried on 1 August 1841 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
Last Edited26 March 2018

William Thurley

Parents

FatherJeremiah Thurley (b. 11 July 1793, d. September 1870)
MotherEster Judd (b. about 1787, d. February 1850)
BirthWilliam Thurley was born in 1818 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
CriminalOn 15 May 1838 William Thurley was convicted of Larceny and sentenced to 12 months jail.
CriminalOn 20 October 1840 William Thurley,along with his brother Sidney Thurley, was charged with housebreaking and subsequently acquitted.
DeportatnOn 11 May 1841 William Thurley was convicted in the Essex Assizes for the crime of Housebreaking. He was sentenced to Life. This sentence attracted the penalty of transportation to Australia . He was transported on the ship Westmorland and arrived in the colony of Van Diemen's Land on 12 Sep 1841. His convict record saod that he was "bad in all ways." 12

As a result of being convicted in the Essex Assizes on 8 March 1841 for the crime of Housebreaking he was sentenced to Life, a sentence that attracted the penalty of transportation to Australia . He was transported on the ship Westmorland and arrived in the colony of Van Diemen's Land 12 September 1841. On his Convict Indent he was described as "bad in all ways". He sought permission to marry an Emma Mason twice (12 MAR 1855 and 25 JUL 1855) but does not appear to have married her.2
Convict-AssHe was hired by J. Walker in 1849 in Hobart, Tasmania.BG3
Conv - PTMAs a serving convict in in Hobart, TasmaniaBG, William Thurley applied for permission to marry Emma Mason on 12 March 1855.4
Conv - PTMHe also applied for permission to marry Emma Mason on 25 July 1855.4
CriminalWilliam Thurley was charged with obtaining goods under false prentences in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaBG, in August 1855. As a convict he was arrested on a number of occassions for drunkeness and petty crimes. Obtaining Goods under false Pretences.--

William Thurley was charged with obtaining on or
about the 1st instant, two quarts of beer, under false
pretences, and with intent to defraud Edward Brown
of the New Town Road.

Mrs Brown, stated that she lived at the Queen's
Arms, on the New Town Road ; the prisoner
came there at the beginning "of the month, and
called for two pots of beer, for which he tendered a
note now produced ; witness asked him what he
meant by giving her such a thing as that, as she
saw the note was abad one.He said that a per-
son for whom he had been working, had given him
the note and a sovereign in payment : witness
then took tho note to her husband who was in the
parlour, and when she came back to the bar the
, prisoner was gone.

Mr.E. Brown identified the note as the same
that had been brought to him by his wife, and
which he handed over to Constable Morley ;
the day after the prisoner offered the note to Mrs
Brown, he caine to witness and asked him not to
pull" him ; he said he was very sorry for what
he had done.

Mr Burgess asked Mr Brown how it was that he
had not brought the charge sooner against the prisoner.
Mr Brown replied, that the prisoner had been
working for him on a contract, and was indebted
to bira : he wished to get back his money, and
when the work waa finished, he caused the prisoner
to be apprehended.

The bench censured Mr Brown for his conduct in
the matter, and in delivering judgment Mr Burgess
observed, that this was a case not merely
affecting the prosecutor but the public generally,
and he, Mr Brown, ought to have proceeded in a
different manner : ths Bench were satisfied with
the guilt of the prisoner, but not with the manner
the case had been managed ; they would, therefore,
give the prisoner the benefit of that irregularity,
and sentence him only to three months imprison-
ment with hard labour.
DeathHe died on 19 August 1864 at age ~46 at Hobart General Hospital in Hobart, Tasmania, AustraliaBG. He died from "softening of the brain".5,6
Last Edited23 April 2018

Mary Anne Thurley

Parents

FatherJeremiah Thurley (b. 11 July 1793, d. September 1870)
MotherEster Judd (b. about 1787, d. February 1850)
BirthMary Anne Thurley was born about 1821 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
BaptismShe was baptized on 23 December 1821 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
WitnessShe appeared in the household of Jeremiah Thurley in the English Census in 1841 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG2
Last Edited11 November 2014

Daniel Thurley

Parents

FatherJeremiah Thurley (b. 11 July 1793, d. September 1870)
MotherEster Judd (b. about 1787, d. February 1850)

Family: Hannah Eldrid (b. about 1823)

DaughterHannah Thurley
DaughterHarriet Thurley (b. about 1842, d. about 1843)
SonJames John Thurley+ (b. 1844, d. 26 February 1926)
[BMD] Marriage of Daniel Thurley and Hannah Eldrid, 19 February 1943, St Giles, Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.
BirthDaniel Thurley was born about 1823 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
BaptismHe was baptized on 22 March 1823 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
WitnessHe appeared in the household of Jeremiah Thurley in the English Census in 1841 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG2
MarriageDaniel Thurley and Hannah Eldrid were married on 19 February 1843 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
English Census 1871Daniel Thurley appeared as the Head of the Household in the 2 April 1871 English Census in Standon, Hertfordshire, England.BG3
DeathHe died in April 1871 in Standon, Hertfordshire, England.BG4
Last Edited7 February 2016

John Thurley

Parents

FatherJeremiah Thurley (b. 11 July 1793, d. September 1870)
MotherEster Judd (b. about 1787, d. February 1850)

Family: Adelaide Mary Patmore (b. 1833, d. 17 September 1883)

SonJames Thurley (b. 1855, d. 13 October 1875)
SonWilliam Thurley (b. 28 January 1857, d. 16 April 1857)
SonHenry Thurley+ (b. 1 July 1858, d. 6 November 1936)
DaughterEdith Annie Thurley (b. 23 April 1861)
SonGeorge Thurley+ (b. 17 January 1863, d. 21 July 1930)
DaughterMinnie Susannah Thurley (b. 25 March 1865)
DaughterMary Ann Esther Thurley (b. 11 November 1867, d. 15 March 1869)
SonSidney Ernest Thurley (b. 19 August 1869, d. 11 October 1869)
BirthJohn Thurley was born before 22 September 1833 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1,2
BaptismHe was baptized on 22 September 1833 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
WitnessHe appeared in the household of Jeremiah Thurley in the English Census in 1841 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG3
SonJohn Thurley appeared as the son of Jeremiah Thurley in the 1851 English Census in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG4
OccupationBefore 29 July 1854 John Thurley was a Builder.
MarriageHe and Adelaide Mary Patmore were married on 29 July 1854 in Takely, Essex, England.BG
DeathJohn Thurley died on 18 November 1911 in New Nolfolk, Tasmania, Australia.BG2,5,6
BurialHe was buried after 18 November 1911 at New Norfolk Council Cemetery, Old Section, in New Nolfolk, Tasmania, Australia.BG2
Will-ProvedIn February 1912 will for John Thurley was proved at The Supreme Court of Tasmania in Hobart Tasmania.BG7
Last Edited1 August 2018

Benjamin Thurley

Parents

FatherJeremiah Thurley (b. 11 July 1793, d. September 1870)
MotherEster Judd (b. about 1787, d. February 1850)
BirthBenjamin Thurley was born in 1831 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
BaptismHe was baptized 8 April 1832 or 9 April 1832 in Birchanger, Essex, England.BG
WitnessHe appeared in the household of Jeremiah Thurley in the English Census in 1841 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG2
SonBenjamin Thurley appeared as the son of Jeremiah Thurley in the 1851 English Census in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG3
CriminalBenjamin Thurley was listed as a prisoner in the 1871 Census on 2 April 1871 in Springfield, Essex, England.BG4
CriminalOn 5 December 1880 Benjamin Thurley was At the Essex adjourned Quarter Sessions. He was sentenced to five years penal servitude for stealing a fowl at Birchanger. It was stated that from 1850 to 1874 Thurley was rarely out of prison. He had served two terms of penal servitude, and in all there were forty convictions against him.(Penal servitude meant hard labour.)5
CriminalHe was listed as a prisoner in the 1871 Census on 3 April 1881 in Islington, London, England.BG6
CriminalHe was in 1891 in Castle Hill, Cambridge, Cambridgeshie, England.BG7
Death-GROHe's death was registered second quarter (vol 3a, pg 257) in 1893 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.BG8
Last Edited1 August 2018

Millicent Amelia Thurley

Parents

FatherJeremiah Thurley (b. 11 July 1793, d. September 1870)
MotherEster Judd (b. about 1787, d. February 1850)

Family: Henry Prior

SonAlfred Prior (b. about 1849)
DaughterEster Prior (b. about 1850)
DaughterEliza Ann Prior (b. about 1852)
DaughterMary Ann Prior+ (b. about 1856)
SonWilliam Prior (b. about 1857)
DaughterEmily Prior (b. about 1859)
[BMD] Marriage of Henry Prior and Millicent Amelia Thurley, 28 November 1847, St Giles, Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.
BirthMillicent Amelia Thurley was born about 1830 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
BaptismShe was baptized on 6 June 1830 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
WitnessShe appeared in the household of Jeremiah Thurley in the English Census in 1841 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG2
MarriageHenry Prior and Millicent Amelia Thurley were married on 28 November 1847 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
DaughterShe appeared as the daughter of Jeremiah Thurley in the 1851 English Census in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG3
DaughterMillicent Amelia Thurley appeared as the daughter of Jeremiah Thurley in the1861 English Census in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG4
DeathMillicent Amelia Thurley died in January 1889 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
BurialShe was buried on 18 January 1889 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
Last Edited11 November 2014

Henry Thurley

Parents

FatherJeremiah Thurley (b. 11 July 1793, d. September 1870)
MotherEster Judd (b. about 1787, d. February 1850)

Family: Emma Eldred (b. about 1828, d. 1900)

DaughterEliza Thurley+ (b. about 1851)
SonJohn William Thurley+ (b. March 1854, d. September 1930)
DaughterSarah Ann Thurley+ (b. about 1856)
SonAlbert Thurley (b. 1860, d. 1929)
DaughterEmily Thurley (b. about 1861, d. about 1863)
SonFrederick Thurley+ (b. about 1864)
SonHenry Thurley (b. about 1866, d. about 1867)
SonGeorge Edward Thurley+ (b. about 1868, d. June 1945)
[BMD] Marrige of Henry Thurley and Emma Eldrid 26 December 1847 St Giles Great Hallingbury Essex England.
BirthHenry Thurley was born about 1827 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1,2
BaptismHe was baptized on 8 April 1827 at St Giles in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
WitnessHe appeared in the household of Jeremiah Thurley in the English Census in 1841 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG3
MarriageHenry Thurley and Emma Eldred were married on 26 December 1847 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
English Census 1851Henry Thurley appeared as the Head of the Household in the 1851 English Census in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG4
English Census 1861He appeared as the Head of the Household in the 1861 English Census in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG5
English Census 1871He appeared as the Head of the Household in the 2 April 1871 English Census in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG2
English Census 1881He appeared as the Head of the Household in the 1881 English Census at Bedlar's Green in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG6
DeathHe died in 1889 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
BurialHe was buried on 27 March 1889 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
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Sarah Thurley

Parents

FatherJeremiah Thurley (b. 11 July 1793, d. September 1870)
MotherEster Judd (b. about 1787, d. February 1850)

Family: Charles Saltmarsh (b. 1824, d. 1899)

SonHenry Saltmarsh (b. about 1853, d. 1925)
[BMD] Marriage of Charles Saltmarsh and Sarah Thurley, 24 August 1844, St Giles, Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.
BirthSarah Thurley was born in 1824 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
WitnessShe appeared in the household of Jeremiah Thurley in the English Census in 1841 in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG1
MarriageCharles Saltmarsh and Sarah Thurley were married on 24 August 1844 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG2
DeathShe died in March 1898 at age ~74 in Bishop's Stortford, Hertfordshire, England.BG
BurialShe was buried on 11 March 1898 at ST GILES CHURCH in Great Hallingbury, Essex, England.BG
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Adelaide Mary Patmore

Parents

Family: John Thurley (b. before 22 September 1833, d. 18 November 1911)

SonJames Thurley (b. 1855, d. 13 October 1875)
SonWilliam Thurley (b. 28 January 1857, d. 16 April 1857)
SonHenry Thurley+ (b. 1 July 1858, d. 6 November 1936)
DaughterEdith Annie Thurley (b. 23 April 1861)
SonGeorge Thurley+ (b. 17 January 1863, d. 21 July 1930)
DaughterMinnie Susannah Thurley (b. 25 March 1865)
DaughterMary Ann Esther Thurley (b. 11 November 1867, d. 15 March 1869)
SonSidney Ernest Thurley (b. 19 August 1869, d. 11 October 1869)
BirthAdelaide Mary Patmore was born in 1833 in Hatfield Heath, Essex, England.BG1,2,3
ChrShe was christened on 8 August 1833 in Birchanger, Essex, England.BG3
MarriageJohn Thurley and Adelaide Mary Patmore were married on 29 July 1854 in Takely, Essex, England.BG
DeathShe died Death registration 35/586Mercury Death Notice date: 26 Sept 1883. on 17 September 1883 at age ~50 in New Nolfolk, Tasmania, Australia.BG4,5,6
BurialShe was buried on 19 September 1883 at New Norfolk Old Council Cemetery in New Nolfolk, Tasmania, Australia.BG2,4
Last Edited6 September 2016