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Richard Kemball

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Rattlesden, Suffolk, England


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1. RICHARD8 KIMBALL (HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born April 10, 1595 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, England, and died June 22, 1675 in Ipswich, Mass., America. He married (1) URSULA SCOTT October 23, 1615 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, England, daughter of HENRY SCOTT and MARTHA WHATLOCK. She was born February 14, 1596/97 in Rattlesden, Suffolk, England, and died March 01, 1675/76 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts. He married (2) MARGARET COLE October 23, 1661 in Ipswich, Mass., America.

Notes for RICHARD KIMBALL:

Richard was born at Rattlesden, Suffolk County, England and learned the trade of a wheelwright as his forefathers had before him.

He arrived in Boston Harbour, America on the ' Elizabeth ' ( under her master William Andrews ) on April 10 1634 some 14 years after the ' Pilgrim Fathers ' landed at Plymouth Rock.

He first settled in Watertown, and his home lot is thus given by Dr. Henry Bond : " Richard Kimball, six acres, bounded on the north by Cambridge, east by the land of W. Hamlet, south by the highway, and west by land of Edward White. "

The lot was situated near what is now the corner of Huron avenue and Appleton street, and near springs of water. He was proclaimed a freeman on 6 May 1635 and was a proprietor in 1636-7.

Soon after this date he was invited to remove to Ipswich, where they were in need of a competent man to act as wheelwright to the settlement. Here he spent the remainder of his days. The town granted him a house lot 23 Feb 1637. He was also granted at the same time " 40 acres Beyond the North Riuer near the land of Robert Scott." In 1639 he had the liberty to pasture " two cows free. " On " the last day of the last month 1641" he is mentioned as " Among the Commoners of Ipswich. " He was appointed one of the seven men on 1 Mar 1645. On the " 22nd day of the tenth mo. 1647 " he was allowed two Pounds for killing two foxes. His services as wheelwright were appreciated by his townspeople, for he was permitted in January 1649, " to fell such white Oaks as he hath occasion to use about his trade for the town use. " In 1660 he was granted the right " to fell 20 white oak trees to make weels for the townsmen their use. " In 1664 he owned 43 shares in " Plumb Island."

At the time of his death ( 1675 ) his estate was valued at 737/3/6 after he had already given to his children at their weddings.

 

Children of RICHARD KIMBALL and URSULA SCOTT are:

i. ABIGAIL9 KIMBALL, b. November 05, 1617, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England; d. June 17, 1658, Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts; m. JOHN SEVERANS.

ii. HENRY KIMBALL, b. August 12, 1615, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England; d. August 12, 1676, Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts; m. MARY WYATT, 1640, Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts.

iii. ELIZABETH KIMBALL, b. 1621, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England; d. 1676, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts.

iv. RICHARD KIMBALL, b. May 25, 1623, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England; d. May 26, 1676, Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts; m. (1) MARY SMITH, 1645, Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts; m. (2) MARY COOLEY, 1648, Wenham, Essex, Massachusetts.

v. MARY KIMBALL, b. 1625, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England; m. ROBERT DUTCH.

vi. MARTHA KIMBALL, b. August 1629, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England; d. May 19, 1677, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts; m. (1) JOSEPH FOWLER, 1655; m. (2) EZEKIEL ROGERS, 1667.

vii. JOHN KIMBALL, b. 1631, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England; d. May 06, 1698, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts; m. MARY BRADSHEET, 1655.

viii. THOMAS KIMBALL, b. 1633, Rattlesden, Suffolk, England; d. May 03, 1676, Bradford, Massachusetts; m. MARY SMITH, 1656.

ix. SARAH KIMBALL, b. 1635, Watertown, Massachusetts; d. June 12, 1690, Suffield, Essex, Massachusetts; m. EDWARD ALLEN, November 24, 1658, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts.

2. x. BENJAMIN KIMBALL, b. May 12, 1637, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts; d. June 11, 1696, Bradford, Massachusetts.

xi. CALEB KIMBALL, b. 1639, Ipswich, Mass., America; d. June 11, 1682; m. ANN HAZELTINE, November 07, Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts.

 

 

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2. BENJAMIN9 KIMBALL (RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born May 12, 1637 in Ipswich, Essex, Massachusetts, and died June 11, 1696 in Bradford, Massachusetts. He married MERCY HAZELTINE April 16, 1660 in Salisbury, Mass., America, daughter of ROBERT HAZELTINE and ANN LANGLEY. She was born October 16, 1642 in Bradford, Mass., America, and died January 05, 1707/08 in Bradford, Mass., America.

Notes for BENJAMIN KIMBALL:

Benjamin was probably a resident Exeter, New Hampshire in 1659, a carpenter by trade. Removed to Salisbury, Massachusetts, and was on the trial jury in 1662. Was a resident of Rowley, Mass. 12 May 1663, when he bought land in Rowley of Elizabeth Starret of Haverhill. After his brother Thomas was killed by Indians ( 3 May 1676 ), residents of Bradford and other nearby towns, on 16 May 1683, sent a petition to the General Court asking " that a troop be raised out of Andover, Bradford, Topsfield & Rowley Village, " as " Newbury is far remote from us." Benjamin Kimball's name is at the top of the list of signatures. On 17 May 1683, the General Court concurred with the petition, and established " a foot Compani and one of Horse, " commissioning and appointing " Mr. John Osgood to be Capt. of the Troop...& Mr. Benj. Kimball, Cornet. " Ben: Kimball " and others signed, 9 Jul 1690, a notice that they " are ready & voluntarily offer our selvis to serve God, Our King & Country in ye designed Expedition for Canada." This would have been the first expedition to take the fort at Louisburg, in Nova Scotia.

His house was in the west parish of old Bradford, not far from the ancient cemetery. He was a wheelwright and a farmer.

 

Children of BENJAMIN KIMBALL and MERCY HAZELTINE are:

i. ANNA10 KIMBALL, b. December 23, 1661, Bradford, Mass., America; d. January 02, 1733/34, Bradford, Mass., America.

ii. MERCY KIMBALL, b. December 27, 1663, Bradford, Mass., America; d. June 14, 1743, Bradford, Mass., America.

iii. RICHARD KIMBALL, b. December 03, 1664, Bradford, Mass., America; d. January 10, 1709/10, Bradford, Mass., America.

iv. ELIZABETH KIMBALL, b. July 24, 1669, Bradford, Mass., America; m. EDWARD CHARLTON.

3. v. DAVID KIMBALL, b. July 26, 1671, Rawley, Mass., America; d. June 14, 1743, Bradford, Mass., America.

vi. JOHNATHON KIMBALL, b. November 26, 1673, Bradford, Mass., America; d. September 20, 1749, Bradford, Mass., America.

vii. ROBERT KIMBALL, b. March 05, 1674/75, Bradford, Mass., America; d. February 24, 1743/44, Bradford, Mass., America.

viii. ABRAHAM KIMBALL, b. March 24, 1676/77, Bradford, Mass., America; d. February 25, 1706/07, Bradford, Mass., America.

ix. SAMUEL KIMBALL, b. March 28, 1680, Bradford, Mass., America; d. January 23, 1714/15, Bradford, Mass., America.

x. EBENEZER KIMBALL, b. June 20, 1684, Bradford, Mass., America.

xi. ABIGAIL KIMBALL, b. June 20, 1684, Bradford, Mass., America; d. January 23, 1714/15, Bradford, Mass., America; m. MOSES PENRY, June 22, 1703.

 

 

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3. DAVID10 KIMBALL (BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born July 26, 1671 in Rawley, Mass., America, and died June 14, 1743 in Bradford, Mass., America. He married (1) RUTH. She was born 1682, and died March 14, 1770. He married (2) ELIZABETH GAGE 1691, daughter of SAMUEL GAGE and FAITH STICKNEY. She was born March 12, 1673/74 in Ipswich, Mass., America, and died Abt. 1716.

Notes for DAVID KIMBALL:

David and his wife resided in Bradford. There was laid out to him from his father's estate, 21 Jan 1696-7, " six acres of land where his house standeth, begining at the ferry."

He married his second wife about 1717, Ruth____, who was born 1682 and died 14 Mar 1770, aged 88.

 

Children of DAVID KIMBALL and ELIZABETH GAGE are:

i. HANNAH11 KIMBALL, b. September 15, 1695, Bradford, Mass., America; d. February 18, 1695/96, Bradford, Mass., America.

ii. SAMUEL KIMBALL, b. January 14, 1696/97, Bradford, Mass., America; d. February 14, 1760, Bradford, Mass., America.

iii. HANNAH KIMBALL, b. March 10, 1697/98, Bradford, Mass., America; m. JOHNATHON CHADWICK, October 25, 1722.

iv. DAVID KIMBALL, b. 1700, Bradford, MA; d. November 20, 1745; m. MARY WILSON, February 19, 1729/30.

v. REBECKAH KIMBALL, b. August 16, 1703, Concord, New Hampshire, America; m. JOSEPH WILSON, December 18, 1724.

vi. UN-NAMED KIMBALL, b. November 07, 1705, Bradford, Mass., America; d. November 11, 1705, Bradford, Mass., America.

4. vii. JEREMIAH KIMBALL, b. October 15, 1707, Bradford, Mass., America; d. May 18, 1764, Hopkinton, New Hampshire.

viii. AARON KIMBALL, b. June 07, 1710, Haverhill, Mass, America; d. July 30, 1770.

ix. ELIZABETH KIMBALL, b. January 14, 1711/12, Haverhill, Mass, America.

x. ABRAHAM KIMBALL, b. February 18, 1714/15; d. November 26, 1782; m. JUDITH HALL, December 30, 1736.

 

 

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4. JEREMIAH11 KIMBALL (DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born October 15, 1707 in Bradford, Mass., America, and died May 18, 1764 in Hopkinton, New Hampshire. He married ELIZABETH HEAD January 20, 1731/32 in Bradford, MA, daughter of JAMES HEAD and SARAH ATWOOD.

Notes for JEREMIAH KIMBALL:

He was a resident of Bradford 8 Apr 1732, when he and his brother, David of Concord, NH, sold land to Thomas Richardson. He and his wife sold land to James Head in settlement of her father's estate, 10 June 1734. He lived Bradford, MA, Hopkinton and Warner, NH. He was buried at the old fort on Putney's hill in Warner.

 

Children of JEREMIAH KIMBALL and ELIZABETH HEAD are:

i. ELIZABETH12 KIMBALL, b. April 02, 1733, Bradford, Mass., America.

ii. SARAH KIMBALL, b. July 28, 1734, Bradford, Mass., America; d. September 02, 1734, Bradford, Mass., America.

iii. JERAMIAH KIMBALL, b. July 25, 1735, Bradford, Mass., America; d. November 06, 1808, Bradford, Mass., America.

5. iv. JAMES KIMBALL, b. November 08, 1736, Bradford, Mass., America; d. Sheldon, Franklin Co., Vermont..

v. REUBEN KIMBALL, b. April 17, 1738, Bradford, Mass., America; d. May 02, 1811, Hopkinton, New Hampshire, America.

6. vi. DAVID KIMBALL, b. December 10, 1739, Bradford, Mass., America; d. September 04, 1804, Bradford, Mass., America.

vii. JOHN KIMBALL, b. January 22, 1740/41, Bradford, Mass., America.

viii. BETTY KIMBALL, b. January 1742/43, Bradford, Mass., America.

ix. MARY KIMBALL, b. April 18, 1744, Bradford, Mass., America.

x. MOSES KIMBALL, b. September 06, 1746, Bradford, Mass., America.

xi. ABRAHAM KIMBALL, b. April 17, 1748, Bradford, Mass., America.

xii. SARAH KIMBALL, b. March 1748/49, Bradford, Mass., America.

xiii. PHEBE KIMBALL, b. July 03, 1751, Bradford, Mass., America.

xiv. RICHARD KIMBALL, b. January 01, 1753, Bradford, Mass., America.

 

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5. JAMES12 KIMBALL (JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born November 08, 1736 in Bradford, Mass., America, and died in Sheldon, Franklin Co., Vermont.. He married MERIBAH ROBERTS. She was born May 28, 1741 in Haverhill, Essex, MA.

 

Child of JAMES KIMBALL and MERIBAH ROBERTS is:

7. i. SOLOMON FARNHAM13 KIMBALL, b. 1770, Hopkinton, MA; d. July 09, 1825, Mendon, Monroe, NY..

 

 

6. DAVID12 KIMBALL (JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born December 10, 1739 in Bradford, Mass., America, and died September 04, 1804 in Bradford, Mass., America. He married ABIGAIL BUSWELL 1759 in Bradford, Mass., America.

Notes for DAVID KIMBALL:

His will was approved 4 Sep 1804. He resided in Bradford and Boxford, MA.

 

Children of DAVID KIMBALL and ABIGAIL BUSWELL are:

i. HANNAH13 KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1759.

ii. DAVID KIMBALL, b. April 12, 1760, Bradford, Mass., America; d. October 18, 1842, Nelson, New Hampshire, America; m. LYDIA SIMMONS, July 11, 1786; d. July 11, 1786.

iii. JAMES KIMBALL, b. November 11, 1761, Bradford, Mass., America; d. March 25, 1858, Nelson, New Hampshire, America; m. HANNAH RUNNELS, July 16, 1785, Boxford, Mass., America.

8. iv. NICHOLAS KIMBALL, b. September 28, 1763, Bradford, Mass., America; d. June 27, 1827, Mercer, Maine, USA.

v. BENJAMIN KIMBALL, b. August 28, 1765, Bradford, Mass., America; d. 1825; m. SARAH CARLETON, January 17, 1813.

vi. MICAJAH KIMBALL, b. November 24, 1767, Bradford, Mass., America; d. June 24, 1848; m. HANNAH WOODMAN.

vii. SARAH KIMBALL, b. November 17, 1769.

viii. JANE KIMBALL, b. June 21, 1772.

ix. HANNAH KIMBALL, b. May 10, 1775.

x. AMOS KIMBALL, b. Aft. 1777.

xi. DANIEL KIMBALL, b. September 03, 1777.

xii. PERSIS KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1780; m. SAMUEL CROSS.

xiii. IDDO KIMBALL, b. July 14, 1782, Bradford, Mass., America; d. January 01, 1854, Rockland, Maine, America; m. MARY ROBBINS, January 17, 1813, Thomastown, Maine, America.

 

 

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7. SOLOMON FARNHAM13 KIMBALL (JAMES12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born 1770 in Hopkinton, MA, and died July 09, 1825 in Mendon, Monroe, NY.. He married ANNA SPALDING April 19, 1795 in Plainfield, Connecticut. She was born 1770 in Plainfield, Connecticut., and died February 25, 1825 in Mendon, Monroe, NY..

 

Child of SOLOMON KIMBALL and ANNA SPALDING is:

i. HEBER CHASE14 KIMBALL, b. June 14, 1801, Sheldon, Franklin Co., Vermont.; d. June 22, 1868, Salt Lake City, Utah; m. VILATE MURRAY, November 22, 1822.

 

 

8. NICHOLAS13 KIMBALL (DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born September 28, 1763 in Bradford, Mass., America, and died June 27, 1827 in Mercer, Maine, USA. He married BETSEY WILLIAMSON 1786. She was born 1763, and died January 20, 1842 in Mercer, Maine, USA.

Notes for NICHOLAS KIMBALL:

Nicholas removed to Maine as a young man where he took up land along the Sandy River at what later became Starks, Somerset County in the year 1788. It is said that he lived in a log cabin until he purchased the land ( 100 acres ) from the Kennebec Proprietors on February 16th 1804 for $85 and put up a framed house. This house still stands at the end of Elm street Mercer and is owned by the True family who inherited it from their forebears after it was passed onto the Burr family by Nicholas' grandson David for their care after he fell ill in his last years. The farm was many in the area that produced a variety of crops such as apples, potatoes, maplesyrup, honey & fish from the Bog Stream & Sandy River.

Nicholas was a Master carpenter at many house & barn raising bees. John Thompson had Nicholas supervise the raising of his barn in 1812, with the usual rum for refreshments. John had brought this rum with him on his return to Mercer from Boston for the barn raising. The West Indian rum was so strong that Nicholas would not allow the hands to drink much of it until after the frame was in place. " it made some of them very merry before they went away ".

He was also renowned for his skill as a horse trainer which he passed on to his sons.

Nicholas was a member of the Methodist Church and served in Captain John Greeleafs' Co. of the Starks Malitia in the war of 1812 along with his son David.

 

Children of NICHOLAS KIMBALL and BETSEY WILLIAMSON are:

9. i. BETSEY14 KIMBALL, b. April 06, 1787, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA.

ii. HANNAH KIMBALL, b. January 11, 1789, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA; d. June 29, 1793, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA.

iii. DAVID KIMBALL, b. October 24, 1790, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA.

Notes for DAVID KIMBALL:

David served in Captain John Greeleaf's Company of the Starks Malitia during the 1812 war alongside his father Nicholas.

 

10. iv. NEHEMIAH KIMBALL, b. July 15, 1792, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA; d. June 29, 1856, Mercer, Maine, USA.

v. DANIEL KIMBALL, b. April 17, 1794, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA; m. RUBY; b. Abt. 1803; d. March 29, 1863, Mercer, Maine.

Notes for DANIEL KIMBALL:

Daniel was refused aid in 1863 when the town voted to aid those families whose heads had been mustered into service. ( Civil War )

vi. NICHOLAS KIMBALL, b. April 27, 1796, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA.

vii. JONATHON KIMBALL, b. March 12, 1798, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA; d. November 22, 1798, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA.

11. viii. HARTLEY KIMBALL, b. November 27, 1799, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA; d. December 16, 1874, Mercer, Maine, USA.

ix. ABIGAIL KIMBALL, b. June 07, 1802, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA.

x. CYRUS KIMBALL, b. July 07, 1804, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA; d. February 20, 1806, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA.

xi. SARAH KIMBALL, b. November 26, 1806, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA; d. August 24, 1826, Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA.

 

 

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9. BETSEY14 KIMBALL (NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born April 06, 1787 in Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA. She married ASA ROGERS. He was born 1786.

 

Children of BETSEY KIMBALL and ASA ROGERS are:

12. i. NICHOLAS15 ROGERS, b. 1825.

ii. ASA L. ROGERS, b. 1828.

iii. ALBERT ROGERS, b. 1830.

 

 

10. NEHEMIAH14 KIMBALL (NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born July 15, 1792 in Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA, and died June 29, 1856 in Mercer, Maine, USA. He married ESTHER.

Notes for NEHEMIAH KIMBALL:

Nehemiah purchased a lot ( No. 36 on Hayder & Norris Plan 1818 ) on the east side of Bog Stream south of the village in shares with Seth E. & James Greenleaf.

 

Children of NEHEMIAH KIMBALL and ESTHER are:

i. NICHOLAS15 KIMBALL, b. July 01, 1814, Mercer, Maine.

ii. HARTLEY KIMBALL, b. January 29, 1817, Mercer, Maine.

iii. SALLY KIMBALL, b. June 30, 1819, Mercer, Maine.

 

 

11. HARTLEY14 KIMBALL (NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born November 27, 1799 in Starks, Somerset County, Maine, USA, and died December 16, 1874 in Mercer, Maine, USA. He married LOUISA CURTIS in Mercer, Maine, USA, daughter of JOHN CURTIS and MARGARET. She was born 1798 in Mercer, Maine, and died November 20, 1866 in Mercer, Maine, USA.

Notes for HARTLEY KIMBALL:

Hartley was born in what was then Starks, but is now inside the boundary of Mercer. He married Louisa Curtis the daughter of John & Margaret Curtis who were close friends and Neighbours of the Kimballs.

Upon his fathers death Hartley took over running the farm until his later years ( 1865 ) when he went into partnership with Martin L. Burr who ran a store at Mercer and later ( 1869 ) he became the partner of Hanibal Ingalls. The store was issued a license to sell spirituous liquor on September 13 1824 while owned by Hanibal & his father Joseph.

Hartley was third selectman for the town for the year 1836 and first selectman for 1837. He died at home on December 16th 1874 from inflammation of the brain 8 years after his wife Louisa and is buried at the Methodist cemetery Mercer, ME. very close to the main entrance gates & next to his father.

 

Children of HARTLEY KIMBALL and LOUISA CURTIS are:

13. i. REUEL HARTLEY15 KIMBALL, b. July 05, 1818, Mercer, Maine, USA; d. February 24, 1898, Mercer, Maine, USA.

14. ii. HARRIET N. KIMBALL, b. August 18, 1819, Mercer, Maine, USA; d. 1898, Worcester, Mass., USA.

15. iii. DAVID KIMBALL, b. 1823, Mercer, Somerset, Maine, USA; d. July 25, 1900, Mercer, Somerset, Maine, USA.

16. iv. ALVIN KIMBALL, b. 1825, Mercer, Maine, USA; d. 1897.

v. FRANCIS L. KIMBALL, b. July 1826, Mercer, Maine, USA; d. July 20, 1827, Mercer, Maine, USA.

17. vi. CYRUS KIMBALL, b. April 14, 1827, Mercer, Maine, USA; d. January 20, 1907, Parksborough, NSW, Australia.

18. vii. JOHN B. KIMBALL, b. 1829, Mercer, Maine, USA; d. November 15, 1862, Mercer, Maine, USA.

 

 

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12. NICHOLAS15 ROGERS (BETSEY14 KIMBALL, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born 1825. He married ELIZABETH KIMBALL. She was born 1825.

 

Child of NICHOLAS ROGERS and ELIZABETH KIMBALL is:

i. FRANCIS M.16 ROGERS, b. 1849.

 

 

13. REUEL HARTLEY15 KIMBALL (HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1)1 was born July 05, 1818 in Mercer, Maine, USA, and died February 24, 1898 in Mercer, Maine, USA. He married MARY JANE SMITH November 16, 1842 in Mercer, Maine, USA2, daughter of JEREMIAH SMITH and POLLY WOOD. She was born February 12, 1820 in Winthrop, Maine, America, and died February 08, 1898 in Mercer, Maine, USA.

Notes for REUEL HARTLEY KIMBALL:

Reuel Hartley received a good common school education, and then learned the trade of cabinet maker. In 1842 he married Mary Jane, daughter of deacon Jeremiah & Polly ( Wood ) Smith. In 1860 at the age of 42 he resolved to enter the ministry, and entered the Methodist theological school at Concord, NH and graduated in 1863, when he entered the Maine Conference, where he laboured for thirty five years. In 1892 Mary was stricken with paralysis and he was superannuated, but still continued preaching. In November of that year their golden wedding was celebrated. It was attended by Elder E.B. Randall, who married them fifty years before, and by Mary's sister in-law Harriet Greenleaf ( Kimball ) who was also present at the time. In November 1897 the fifty fifth anniversary was celebrated, and then arrangements were made to meet again on July 5th 1898 in memory of his eightieth birthday if they were living. But this reunion was not to be. Mary died on February 8th, and he followed twelve days later on the 20th. They both died at their home in Mercer where they had returned to live after his retirement.

As a minister he was stationed at Goodwin Mills ( the church still stands 1997 ), Kennebunk Depot, Cape Elizabeth.

Reuel served as school inspector in 1843-45-46-48 and 1849.

 

 

Notes for MARY JANE SMITH:

Mary suffered several paralysis attacks ( strokes ) in latter life and died peacefully at her home in Mercer where she is buried next to her husband and their two infant children.

The following letters were written by Mary to her nieces Eliza & Hattie Kimball in Australia :

Goodwin Mills,

Maine.

Jan 31st 1883

My dear niece,

I received your kind letter of Nov. it was mailed in Sydney Nov. 27th & San Francisco Dec. 25th & I received it the 2nd of Jan. & was very glad to hear from you. How I wish we could see you all & become better acquainted with you.

I received the pictures all right & think we have some nice looking nieces & nephews. I hope to have yours & your fathers mothers soon. We think Hattie1 looks like Aunt Abby Whitcombe. You look like Flora. Hartley looks just as I thought he would, I must have dreamed of seeing him, it looked so natural. Tell you father we think he need not be ashamed, for you all so nice looking, he may well be proud of you.

You have not told me your mothers' name. Tell her I would like to see her and know her better. Hope we shall meet in the near future and enjoy each others society.

Tell your father that I have not received any answer to my letter that I wrote him, he must be sure & write me, tell him that I say that, I say that he must. Be sure & sell all out & come home & live near his folks the remainder of his days. What is your fathers' business. tell him he must not work too hard.

We had a nice Christmas tree & your uncle Reuel2 had a present of a nice wolf robe, necktie etc. I had a nice silver cake basket, napkins, tiny slippers, money etc. Previous to that I had a present of a nice pair of homemade bed blankets, & Reuel a fine plush lap robe. I think we did nicely, don't you ?

Our conference is near at hand, it is to at Lewiston the last of April. The people here are very anxious to have us remain here another year, we may but do not know certain.

This is quite a pretty place & we have a very nice parsonage. We have put two coats of paint on the outside , & have put on over seventy rolls of paper on the inside, so that it looks very nice. We are hoping to move onto our little place the next move we make but cannot tell.

It has been quite dry here this last summer & this winter our well is getting dry. This is a general complaint, hope we shall have rain soon, We have had very cold weather this winter, but we have kept very comfortable.

My plants are looking nicely. I have a very nice green & white Carew( ? ) also a dark one.

Since you wrote I have been very busy visiting among our parishioners, circles, entertainments etc, have not been able to write before.

I have had company from York. A Lieutenant in the Revenue Service & his lady, they left here this morning . It is raining here very hard & the wind blows very hard.

We had splendid sleighing here this winter & we have a nice horse to take us over the road. Wish we could give you all a sleigh ride. ( do you have any snow there ? ). Tell your father we have a splendid horse, one of old Whiley's colts, father raised it.

We have just had a letter from Warren (Dickenson) he says that Floras' health is quite good, & that Reuels' folks have a little girl a few weeks old, the folks are all well. Eva has a nice large boy. I am going to send our Photographs to you & some flower seeds.

I am very much obliged for the flower seeds & card that you sent in your first letter. Tell Hattie she must be a good girl & learn all she can. Tell her uncle & aunty want to see her very much, tell her to write me, You must write often & all the news.

Reuel joins me in sending lots of love to you all, I want all of your pictures very much, now be sure write very soon.

From your affectionate Aunt

M. J. K.

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Kennebunk Depot,

Aug. 30th 1885

 

My Dear Neice,

I received your very kind letter dated June 10th, about the middle of August & was very glad to hear from you once more, you may be assured.

We are all enjoying ourselves first rate. How we wish you could all be here & we could become better acquainted with you, we know we should love you dearly, for we do now without having seen you.

I am so glad you wrote me such a nice long, that is the kind I like best & I thank you very much for it.

Well you are quite a distance from your home & dear friends, I should think you would be very lonesome & homesick so far from your dear father, mother, brother & sister. I wish I was rich & then I would send you all, the money to come home with - it would be so pleasant to have you all home with us.

We are very sorry that your father has been so unlucky, but perhaps it will turn out for the better by & by, hope it will, so do not be discouraged but trust in God & he will do right.

Your uncle Ruel's salary is four hundred dollars beside the house rent & that is one hundred dollars - making five hundred dollars in all. So you see we do not get very large pay, but we manage to save a little, but have to economise a little too.

The man that owned the house that we have been living in, sold his farm and wanted his house to live in, so we had to move in the hottest of the weather. We could not get rent nearer than 11/2 miles from the church. It is a farm house but quite pleasant - so we have to harness our horse every Sunday three times, making in all, nine miles every Sunday & it makes us very tired.

We hope to move to Cape Elizabeth next spring.

Tell your father that my sister Eliza's only daughter, Mary Lizzy Boss, died last May with consumption.

My mother's only sister living, has had two paralytic shocks & is very low - if living, she is the only one in the family if living, so you see death is taking one after another of my loved ones in that beautiful home that he has prepared for those that love him.

Our folks are well as far as we know, We think of going down East to visit it, the old homestead, once more.

I wish we could have a family reunion - & if we all live we must try to - in the year 1888, as it will be one hundred years since Grand-father Kimball

moved on the farm where David lives. Only Grandfather, father & David have lived on it. I hope we shall all be able to be there.

I had a splendid visit from Flora this spring, she stopped two weeks & then went to Boston to visit Aunt Hattie. I have not heard from sister Hattie for some time but hope to soon.

She received a letter from your father & Hattie dated 15th June, some time before we got yours.

I have never received any from Hartley. Excuse bad writing for my ink is very poor. I will try to write more news next time. please write as often as you can. Give my love to your dear mother, she must be very lonely. Tell her I wish I could run in often and see her. Give my love to your father, Hartely & Hattie & give them all lots of kisses for me. I send lots of love to you & just as many kisses as you can take, & give your dear mother lots of kisses from your loving Aunt Mary.

I have forty kinds of geraniums besides other plants. Tell Hattie that will write her next time, tell her I thank her for the pressed flowers.

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Goodwins Mills

Ap. 24th 1886.

My Dear Niece,

We received your kind letter informing us of your whereabouts & that you were all alive and well. You may be assured that we're very glad & very thankful. I would like ever so much to see you all & become aquainted with you. What kind of a place is it where you live & what are the productions.

Do you have any nice flowers? & what are the varieties ? If you have anything very pretty please send me some seed, as I am very fond of flowers. I have forty five pots of plants & they are looking very nice. Last summer my window was full of flowers - & such a nice flower garden - so that I had an abundance of flowers.

I will send you one in this letter, I do not know as you are as fond of them as I am.

This is a very pleasant place but very large as some. We are on the main road leading to Biddeford & six mile from there * from the cars, but it is a first rate road. The prospect is beautiful here & we have a good, convenient house, stables & two acres of land & thirty fruit trees. So you see we are doing quite well.

How is your father, mother, brother & sister ? You must give lots of love to them & tell them we want to see them very much.

I see you have my middle name for yours & your brother has your Uncle Ruel's middle name for his, that seems nice, & our dear fathers'.

Sister Hattie has two noble looking boys & they are real good. Hartley is married to Mary Litcomb, but Johns girl died & he is not married. His health is not very good, but he is a darling boy.

Alvins' folks have one boy, & girl. They are both married. Tier names are Clarence & Eveline Hawkes, she married Herbert, dean of Providence. I do not know who Clarence married. Eva is splendid & she has a nice husband. Am not aquainted with Clarence's wife, he is nice.

David's children are married, except Cyrus. Flora married Warren Dickson & they have one boy. Her health is quite poor but she is a splendid woman, he is a nice man.

Ruel married a Philbrick girl of Augusta, he is studying ( it may be for the ministry) but I do not know. They are just splendid.

David married Mrs Lucy Gilman for his second wife & she make him a splendid wife & they are living very happily together.

Margaret Curtis is the only one left in Uncle Stephen's' family, she is married to a Maxwell, a brother to Euphasia Meros' husband, they have one son, have lost one daughter.

Uncle Johns' Charles is dead. Cyrus & Sarah are living. Do not know whether Uncle Edmunds' boys are living or not. They are married.

Aunt Susan is dead & Aunt Margaret.

Mary is living in Philadelphia, her name is Beluhes, she has two children.

Do not know whether Perry is living, but was the last we heard from him.

I think I have given you a pretty good description of our family, but I could fill several sheets, but think this will answer for this time.

We would like to have the pictures of the family when you write again. When we write again I will try to send ours We have beautiful crayons of ourselves, they were given to us, a gentleman took Ruel's & a lady Mine, they are very fine.

Hoping to hear from you very soon, I will close this letter with my best wishes for you all.

We start for Conference the 24th of this month. Your Uncle Ruel is going to write to send with this, Much love to all, be sure to write, from your Loving Aunt

Mary J.

"If you have not already given your heart to the lord do so now & may your young feet tread the pathway that leads onward & upward towards Heaven, is the prayer of my heart. "

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( this is our P.O. address )

Cape Elizabeth Dec. 9th 1889.

My dear Niece Hattie

received you loving letter & was very glad to hear from you after so along a time Your last letter came to hand, Sep 7th at twelve o'clock in the forenoon it was postmarked July 10th and received one from Elvia postmarked Apr 23rd and it came to me June 15th at one o'clock PM. I answered Elvia's right away, at least I put one in the mail in the morning and received her the same night. My letters that I have written to you of late have been mailed the same morning that I have received your at night, so that is the reason that I did not say anything about receiving yours ( this much for explanation ) We were very sorry to hear that you were sick but very glad to hear of your convalesance. I have had a very bad cold for over a week and bad cough I have taken all sorts of medicine, I seem to keep along about the same, hope I shall be better soon, I sick time a few weeks ago was threatened with a fever, but your Uncle Ruel is one of the best of nurses, so got me up all right. Ruel has had a hard time with his teeth, he suffered terribly with them, I did not known but he would be crazy with them, I beg of him to have them out but they were so sore that he could not, but when he gets cold he will have another siege with them, his teeth come hard and that is why he dreads to have them out. Mine are all out so I shall not have to bear to pain, and I am glad of it. We have had some terrible rains and gales, the hardest for years, and the tide very high, we have not had any sleighing this winter, and only a very little snow, the weather has been very mild thus far. The Ladies Circle had a tour at the Deacon (?) House at Bowery Beach about two weeks ago, it was a success, I went over to the --- to see what I could get for the ---. I succeeded in getting about thirty dollars worth, among the articles donated was a Patent Rocker worth ten dollars, two hassocks, nice rug, picture framed, picture frame & several other things. It was only one evening & we took about one hundred dollars, I think we did very well don't you.

We are having this evening an Old Folks Concert at our church, the proceeds are for your uncle Ruel, I hope it will be a success, I was not able to go but Ruel has gone. Our quarterly meeting occurs Wednesday evening, this will be the last one for the year. I cannot tell whether your Uncle Ruel will be returned here another year or not, I suppose they will talk it over at the meeting, so that we can give some kind of a guess. We received a letter from David this week they were well, Lucy has her sons little girl with them, her son was brought home from Michigan and buried at mercer & his widow has been there with four little children, the little boy is at Farmington with his uncle and she has gone to Anson with her two little girls to spend the winter. I suppose you have heard that Uncle John Curtis is dead, he died a few weeks ago, I do not know what the matter was with him, he is the last of the brothers & sisters, he got his pension & back pay before he died, Sarah & Cyrus are all that are left of that family. Warren and Flora have moved to Braintree Mass., they are liking quite well. Cyrus is married and lives in Framingham, he is at work at butchering. Mac, Hattie & John were here last summer, Hattie's health is quite poor, she has heart failure, but she was much better, Mac was poorly but John is better, we received a postal to say that they got home well but have had no letter from them. we haven't heard from Alvin's folks for some time.

Give our very best love & wishes & kisses to father, mother, Eliza & Hartely & Hattie. We do want to see you all so much.

your Uncle will be seventy two the fifth of July. I shall be seventy the fourteenth of February, I weigh one hundred forty three pounds.

How about the gold fields, do they pan out well. When you will tell us all about them when you write It must have been very hard for your father --

It must be beautiful with trees & flowers in ---

What is Hartley's middle name, ask him if is going to keep bachelor hall (?) , I did not know but he must take the Postmaster into partnership, Tell him aunt Mary wants him to get a nice wife when he gets to ready.

You said your father was writing to Ruel but I suppose he forgot to mail it as he has not received any letter from him.

I would be very glad to have some of your flower seeds. Is the name of your place The Welcome

We wish you all a merry Christmas & happy New Year and many wishes of the same

from your loving Aunt Mary.

 

 

Children of REUEL KIMBALL and MARY SMITH are:

i. CHARLEY16 KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1843, Mercer, Maine, USA; d. Abt. 1843, Mercer, Maine, USA.

Notes for CHARLEY KIMBALL:

Charley probably died at birth or shortly after. No details are give on his headstone at Mercer cemetry.

 

ii. GEORGE F. L. KIMBALL, b. November 1844, Mercer, Maine, USA; d. January 31, 1845, Mercer, Maine, USA.

Notes for GEORGE F. L. KIMBALL:

George died at age 6 weeks.

 

14. HARRIET N.15 KIMBALL (HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born August 18, 1819 in Mercer, Maine, USA, and died 1898 in Worcester, Mass., USA. She married THOMAS MCDONOUGH GREENLEAF January 11, 1847 in Mercer, Maine, USA3, son of JOHN GREENLEAF and MARTHA SAWYER. He was born 1820 in Starks, maine, and died July 04, 1894.

Notes for HARRIET N. KIMBALL:

Little is known of Harriet. She married Mac ( MacDough ) Greenleaf who was most likely a resident of Mercer. In July 1882 she was living in Boston MA. and were still there in 1885. In 1888 she was living in Worcester Ma. and it is believed that she died there.

The following is letter written by Hattie to her niece Eliza Jane Kimball in Australia.

Farley Harvey & CO. Dry Goods.

Channey & Bedford Streets,

Boston.

July 21st 1882.

To Elizabeth Kimball

My Dear & loving Niece,

I cannot express to you in writing my love & thanks for writing informing us of our near & dear relatives. You cluster round our hearts as if we always knew you. I hope some day to hold you in a loving embrace with the rest of your family.

Your letters came through very quick, only think how long your father was going there. Now he can come home in about 15 weeks, can't you induce him to come, it will be easy enough when he makes up his mind to come.

I thank you for the portrait, you look very much like your cousin Flora1 they all see the likeness.

I don't feel just easy about you going so far to school, do you go alone, perhaps it is more dangerous here, you must be careful & not run any risk. Take good care of yourself, & not overtire in walking so far, it is very warm here today. I would like to be in Maine today, shall go I think the last of the month for one or two weeks.

Alvin's2 folks will write you this mail. John3 packed an envelope & sent it to them today so it might go all right.

It seems so nice to here from your dear father4. I want to see him more than ever since I heard from him.

I expect to send my portrait with this, will send all of ours as fast as we can. Tell your father that I wear the pin he sent mother5. I think everything of it. Many a time mothers' got up in the night to see if it was all safe.

I hope to get all of your pictures soon. I love you all for your dear father's sake as well as your own.

Please accept lots of love & kisses & write often, your letters are such a comfort, so full of love.

Goodbye for this time.

From a loving Aunt to her dear, dear niece.

H. N. G.6

1. Flora Dickinson ( nee Kimball ), 2. Alvin Kimball ( writer's brother.) 3. John Kimball ( writers Nephew) 4. Cyrus Kimball ( writer's' Brother) 5. Louisa Kimball (nee Curtis) 6. Harriett N. Greenleaf ( nee Kimball ).

Children of HARRIET KIMBALL and THOMAS GREENLEAF are:

i. JOHN F.16 GREENLEAF, b. 1852, Mercer, Maine, USA.

ii. HARTLEY KIMBALL GREENLEAF, b. June 22, 1854, Mercer, Somerset, Maine, USA; m. MARY F. TITCOMB, October 20, 1880, Boston, Suffolk, MA4; b. November 23, 1847, Boston, Suffolk, MA.

Notes for HARTLEY KIMBALL GREENLEAF:

Hartley was named for his Grandfather and studied to become a Minister. As he was too ill to attend or possibly may have died prior to the event, he wrote the following speach to be read at the family reunion in Mercer in 1888 to celebrate 100 years on the farm.

" To Father, Mother, Brother; to all of birth or kin & to the stranger who may be with you, I send greeting.

Although it be impossible for me to be with you in the body & join you in your festivities, yet in the spirit I shall be with you - & this evening as I write you, I am again at the homestead. The old familiar forms & faces greet me as of yore & Auld Lang Syne is a thing of the present at this evening hour.

Again have I fished in the old mill stream. Again have I travelled the sand hill; visited the old red school house, & from the pasture, driven the lowing heard,- & as I paused at the old well curb, behind the house, an old familiar sound of merry voices within. But across the fields through the gloaming comes the sound of the old church bell. Slowly & mournfully, one, two, three, & so on until the years of a life departed have been numbered & the tale is told.

Once more the Reaper to take up the refrain of " Harvest Home " in a more abiding homestead.

I am living the old farm life over again. How I loved those scenes hallowed today by the memory of loved ones.

One hundred years ago they first sowed & we are sowing today. How well they sowed - you yourself bear testimony today.

They have been gathered; we are left - but in such an hour as we think not, the Reaper will cal for us.

May it be so ordered that like the shock of corn fully ripe, we shall be ready for the harvest.

I trust the day you celebrate may be most enjoyable & profitable to all.

May nature greet you with a smiling mourn, & when the shadows lengthen may the setting sun shower you with a peaceful benediction.

Yours in the bond of the flesh & in the spirit of the hour.

Hartley Kimball Greenleaf

Worcester Mass. Aug. 27th 1888. "

 

15. DAVID15 KIMBALL (HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born 1823 in Mercer, Somerset, Maine, USA, and died July 25, 1900 in Mercer, Somerset, Maine, USA. He married (1) LUCY GILMAN. He married (2) ROSLINE GORDON December 29, 1849 in Mercer, Somerset, Maine, USA5, daughter of SIMEON GORDON and SABRINA. She was born December 28, 1828 in Vienna, Kennebec, ME6, and died April 11, 1875 in Mercer, Somerset, ME.

Notes for DAVID KIMBALL:

David took over the farm at Mercer after the death of his father Hartley. He is listed on the 1850 census of Mercer, ME page 27 line 1.

After the death of his first wife Rosaline he married Mrs Lucy Gilman.

David was the last Kimball to own the farm his Grandfather Nicholas started in 1788 at the end of Elm Street Mercer. As payment for taking care of him during his last years he signed the farm over to the Burr family who passed it down through their descendants and it is now ( 1997 ) in the hands of William ( Billy ) True and his family who run it as a dairy farm. David's children had apparently moved away and had no interest in farming.

David died at home 25 July 1900 from inflammation of the brain. His occupation was stated as " Gentleman " on the death records. These records are still held at Mercer town office.

 

Children of DAVID KIMBALL and ROSLINE GORDON are:

i. CYRUS16 KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1850, Mercer, Maine, USA.

Notes for CYRUS KIMBALL:

Cyrus was not married by 1886.

 

19. ii. FLORA J KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1852, Mercer, Maine, USA.

20. iii. REUEL KIMBALL, b. November 25, 1858.

 

 

16. ALVIN15 KIMBALL (HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born 1825 in Mercer, Maine, USA, and died 1897. He married LURENDA WILLIAMSON November 08, 1845 in Mercer, Maine7. She was born 1828 in Mercer, Maine.

Notes for ALVIN KIMBALL:

Very Little is known of Alvin at this stage. He is listed on the 1850 census of Mercer, ME page 26 line 22. At age 37 he enlisted in the 19th Infantry Co. A. on 25th Aug. 1862 and he was discharged 5th Feb. 1863 with a disability.

 

Children of ALVIN KIMBALL and LURENDA WILLIAMSON are:

i. CLARENCE16 KIMBALL, b. 1847.

ii. EVALINE KIMBALL, b. Aft. 1850; m. HERBERT HAWKES, Abt. 1870.

Notes for HERBERT HAWKES:

Herbert Hawkes was ' Dean of Providence ' ??? in 1906.

 

 

 

17.     CYRUS15 KIMBALL     (HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1)8 was born April 14, 1827 in Mercer, Maine, USA9, and died January 20, 1907 in Parksborough, NSW, Australia10. He married GRACE OWEN September 02, 1859 in Beechworth, Vic. Australia, daughter of RICHARD OWEN and JANE HUGHES. She was born August 1829 in Pentraeth, Anglessey, Wales, Great Britian, and died January 10, 1891 in Parks, NSW, Australia.

Notes for CYRUS KIMBALL:

Cyrus Kimball is listed on the 1850 census (page 26) of Mercer, Somerset County, Maine ( USA ) as living at the Tucker family home two doors down Elm street from his parents home. Cyrus departed New York 20th April 1853, stopping off at Rio de Janeiro before arriving in Melbourne about August 1853 on board the MS Rockland under captain Hiram Vinall.  From there  he headed for the Victorian gold fields.  He met Grace Owens and married her at ' The Manse ' in Beechworth Victoria. Beechworth was one of the more prosperous gold fields in Victoria. It is believed Cyrus worked as a carpenter on many of the bridges that cross the Murry River before he headed north to the gold fields in NSW. He settled for some time at Ironbarks ( now Stuart Town ) west of Bathurst and started a business as a contract Carrier and Supplier. After about nine years the family moved on to Grenfell where Harriet was born and then on to the small gold fields near Parks known as ' The Welcome Lead ' where he settled for several years and became storekeeper. He is listed in the Post Office Directory NSW ( 1892-3 ) at Bulgandramine as a Contractor ( ? ). Bulgandramine is listed in the Post Office Directory : " Bulgandramine; Narromine Co. 319 Mils W by rail & coach( 41 miles ) Via Dubbo from Sydney. Post Office, Agri district, not a township. " There was also a Aboriginal settlement in the area and is still the name of a large grazing property.

Cyrus shares a headstone with his wife Grace in the C.of E. section of the Parkes cemetery.

 

Children of CYRUS KIMBALL and GRACE OWEN are:

21. i. HARTLEY OWENS16 KIMBALL, b. August 25, 1861, Rutherglen, Vic, Australia; d. September 25, 1913, Peak Hill, NSW, Australia.

ii. WARD BROWN KIMBALL, b. March 12, 1864, Ironbarks, NSW, Australia; d. June 19, 1864, Ironbarks, NSW, Australia.

22. iii. ELIZA JANE KIMBALL, b. January 09, 1866, Ironbarks, NSW, Australia; d. December 25, 1960, Parks, NSW, Australia.

23. iv. HARRIET GRACE KIMBALL, b. June 27, 1870, Grenfell, NSW, Australia; d. April 13, 1944, Parks, NSW, Australia.

 

 

18. JOHN B.15 KIMBALL (HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born 1829 in Mercer, Maine, USA, and died November 15, 1862 in Mercer, Maine, USA. He married (1) IRENE C. Abt. 1851 in Mercer, Maine11. She was born 1826, and died August 19, 1857 in Mercer, Maine, USA. He married (2) EMILY GORDON November 15, 1858 in Mercer, Maine, daughter of SIMEON GORDON and SABRINA. She was born February 26, 1836 in Vienna, Kennebec, Maine, and died February 27, 1870 in Mercer, Maine.

Notes for JOHN B. KIMBALL:

John B. enlisted in the Maine 19th Infantry Co. A on 25th Aug. 1862 at the age of 33. He died from desease on 10th Nov. 1862 at Hilton Head SC. While serving with the F Co. 3rd Inf. Reg. NH ( possibly during the battle known as Brannan's Expedition from Hilton Head, SC. Oct. 21st - 23rd 1862 )

He was married twice.

 

Notes for EMILY GORDON:

The widowed Emily was granted State Aid after the town voters agreed to to give aid to the families suffering hardship after the heads of the families were mustered into the services from 1862 -- 1865. She died 27 Feb 1870 at the age of 34. Next to her grave is a small headstone engraved " Charlie " perhaps her child ?.

 

Child of JOHN KIMBALL and EMILY GORDON is:

i. CHARLIE16 KIMBALL, d. August 04, 1863, Mercer, Maine, USA.

 

 

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19. FLORA J16 KIMBALL (DAVID15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1852 in Mercer, Maine, USA. She married J. WARREN DICKENSON January 10, 1870 in Mercer, Somerset, Maine, USA.

Notes for FLORA J KIMBALL:

During 1867 Flora attended Eaton School in Norridgewock for her higher education.

 

Child of FLORA KIMBALL and J. DICKENSON is:

i. ?17 DICKENSON.

 

 

20. REUEL16 KIMBALL (DAVID15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born November 25, 1858. He married ELLA J. PHILBRICK February 07, 1881 in Hallowell, Maine, USA.

Notes for REUEL KIMBALL:

Reuel may have studied for the Ministery. He wrote the following letter to his Uncle Cyrus Kimball in Australia;

Worcester, Mass.

Nov. 25th 1906.

Dear Uncle,

A paper has been delivered to me that was addressed to my father, David Kimball, at Mercer.

As he is dead the paper was given to me. I take it that the paper was sent by you as your advertisement is in it. We had not heard anything from you for so long that we had given up ever hearing from you or yours again.

Many changes have taken place in our families since you heard from us last. Your brothers & sisters have gone, all of them.

Father died in 1900 & uncle Alvin& uncle Ruel about three years before, & aunt Harriet about two years before.

My brother Cyrus who was maned for you died three years ago.

I have one sister Flora who is living in Braintree, Mass. She married Warren Dickison, one of the Dickisons of our old neighbourhood in Mercer.

I have one child, a daughter, who is married to Rev. B.W. Rust, a methodist minister stationed this year at Lunenburg, Mass.

Aunt Harriet has one son, Hartley, who resides here in Worcester.

Uncle Alvin left two children, a son & a daughter, they both live in Providence R.I.

Uncle Ruel left no children, I was named for him.

By the way I am 48 years old today Nov.25th.

Time goes very fast. I shall be glad to hear from you & to hear from any of your children.

You can ask all the questions you would like & I wil try & answer.

Your Nephew

Reuel Kimball 378 Park Avenue, Worcester Mass.

 

Child of REUEL KIMBALL and ELLA PHILBRICK is:

i. ?17 KIMBALL, b. Abt. 1882; m. B. W. RUST, Abt. 1900.

 

 

21.  HARTLEY OWENS16 KIMBALL (CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born August 25, 1861 in Rutherglen, Vic, Australia12, and died September 25, 1913 in Peak Hill, NSW, Australia13. He married ALICE JANE SCUDDS July 10, 1895 in Bulgandramine, NSW, Australia14, daughter of RICHARD SCUDDS and PHEOBE HARVEY. She was born August 22, 1872 in Gulgong, NSW, Australia15, and died October 27, 1934 in Griffith, NSW, Australia16.

Notes for HARTLEY OWENS KIMBALL:

Not a lot is known about Hartley at this stage other than he was a farm hand on ' Orange Grove ' near Bulgandramine most of his working life.

On 27th September 1905 he was tried and sentenced to three years gaol at Dubbo NSW. The charge being " Unlawfully & Carnally knowing a girl under the age of 14 years." the sentence was served at Goulburn Gaol.

It would seem that due to the events above Hartley was shunned by the rest of the family as most of his sister's descendants were unaware of his existence and those that had heard his name mentioned during their upbringing were lead to believe he died at a young age without family. His son Richard Cyrus rarely if ever spoke of him and refused to attend his funeral. Rumors have it that Hartley was very fond of his drink and was once dragged home by one leg ( caught in the stirrup ) after falling drunk from his horse.

 

Notes for ALICE JANE SCUDDS:

After the death of Hartley Alice married Louis St. Clare at the age of 42.

Some time later she took up with a J.J. Kearns and they lived at Rankins Springs where she died. She is buried at the C. of E. cemetery at Griffith, NSW under the name of Alice Jane Kearns.

 

Children of HARTLEY KIMBALL and ALICE SCUDDS are:

24. i. LILLY JANE17 SCUDDS, b. 1890, Dubbo, NSW; Stepchild.

ii. LLOYD W SCUDDS, b. 1892, Dubbo, NSW17; Stepchild.

25. iii. GRACE MAY KIMBALL, b. January 17, 1896, Bulgandramine, NSW, Australia; d. 1990, Bateau Bay, NSW, Australia.

26. iv. RICHARD CYRUS KIMBALL, b. April 17, 1897, Brocklhurst, NSW, Australia; d. May 20, 1981, Blacktown, NSW, Australia.

27. v. BELLA ELIZABETH KIMBALL, b. 1899, Peak Hill, NSW, Australia; d. November 14, 1990, Narrabri, NSW, Australia.

28. vi. VERA GLADYS KIMBALL, b. November 01, 1900, Bulgandramine, NSW, Australia; d. June 07, 1969, Gilgandra, NSW, Australia.

29. vii. EMILY MAUDE KIMBALL, b. August 13, 1905, Bulgandramine, NSW, Australia; d. August 08, 1986, Narromine, NSW, Australia.

30. viii. HARRIETT MINNIE KIMBALL, b. December 10, 1912, Peak Hill, NSW, Australia.

 

 

22. ELIZA JANE16 KIMBALL (CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 09, 1866 in Ironbarks, NSW, Australia, and died December 25, 1960 in Parks, NSW, Australia. She married BENJAMIN BRYANT February 05, 1890 in Parks, NSW, Australia, son of JAMES BRYANT and JEMIMA WEEDON. He was born 1863 in New Zealand, and died March 09, 1900 in Peak Hill, NSW, Australia.

Notes for ELIZA JANE KIMBALL:

The following was taken from the Parkes ' Champion-Post ' January 1946.

" Living Link with Earliest Parkes.

Mrs E. J. Bryant Celebrates Eightieth Birthday.

Mrs Eliza Jane Bryant, one of Parkes' oldest residents, and a real district pioneer, celebrated her eightieth birthday last Wednesday. Looking hardly older than sixty, despite her hard working life, Mrs Bryant told a ' Campion-Post ' representative something of her life in the early days here.

Her parents Mr. & Mrs. Cyrus Kimball, were among hundreds of thousands of immigrants who flocked to Australia in the raw, rough, colonial days when the oppressed peoples of Europe saw in Australia their chance to begin a new life free of persecution. Mr. Kimball himself originally hailed from Maine, US., while his bride was a Welsh girl. When their daughter Eliza was born they were living at Ironbarks, now known as Stuart Town, where Mr. Kimball set up business as a contractor.

In 1871 the western gold fields were opened and enormous numbers of people flocked to the scene. Early in 1872 the Kimballs joined in the rush, establishing themselves at ' The Welcome ' ( now known as Parksborough ). Aged six years when they came to this district Eliza Kimball spent her early years surrounded by the bustling camp scenes of the gold fields. Mrs. Bryant debunks stories of the legendary rough and wild life of the miners, whom she declares were the finest class of men she has ever encountered.

In those early days, she continued, Parkes itself was a canvas town with a few slab humpies. Kelly's Hotel did a roaring trade exchanging potent liquids for hard won gold where the Commonwealth Bank now wins the citizens' cash by gentler methods. Tattersall's Hotel was a straggling collection of slab shanties, while the beginnings of Howard's emporium of today were a narrow gabled shed with residence at the back. A blacksmiths shop operated on the site of Jack Best's corner.

Her most vivid recollection of those days, however, is not of the colourful mining scenes, but of the breath taking beauty of the country between Parkes and Tichborne - a blaze of wattle scrub, now, alas, seen no longer.

Fifty six years ago she married Mr. Ben Bryant of Bindogundra. Born in New Zealand, Mr. Bryant had accompanied his parents to Australia and had settled down with them in this district. Mrs Bryant bore her husband five children and enjoyed a happy married life until, in 1899, a tragedy came when Mr. Bryant was killed in a mine accident at Peak Hill. The eldest child was aged seven and the youngest son ( Benjamin ) not born until three months after his fathers death. To support her lusty young family, Mrs Bryant became storekeeper and postmistress at The Welcome, in addition to running a small farm.

Years of hard work followed, but Mrs. Bryant gamely continued to struggle to educate her children. At length the day came , twenty six years ago when she was able to leave Parkesborough and reside in Parkes itself. Since then Mrs. Bryant has watched many of her old friends and family pass away, until today few of her childhood companions are still living. Her eldest son ( Jim ) was killed at Lone Pine, where so many fine Australians perished in the attempt to force a passage to the Dardanelles.

Looking back over the years Mrs. Bryant is somewhat wistful for the " pretty " Parkes she first knew. However she still realises the advantages of modern developments - especially swimming baths. She has seen the laying of the foundation stone on three Church of England churches her and herself taught Sunday School for the Church of England at ' The Welcome ' in the days of Archdeacon Neild who performed her marriage ceremony. Her eightieth birthday was celebrated quietly, at the home of her son Ben, of Endicott & Bryant. Her daughter Gwen ( Mrs. Parker ) came from Hillston for the occasion, while another daughter Beryl ( Mrs. Peter McGirr of Bourke ) telephoned her, being unable to attend. Mr. Keith Bryant who lives with his mother in Cooke Street, played a prominent part in the celebrations.

There are ten living Grandchildren.

Despite her years, this sturdy pioneer still looks fresh and energetic, good for many birthdays yet. We join with many others in wishing her a happy and healthy life for many years to come. "

Eliza died 25th December 1960 aged 94.

 

Children of ELIZA KIMBALL and BENJAMIN BRYANT are:

i. CYRUS KENNETH17 BRYANT, b. November 14, 1890, Parks, NSW, Australia18; d. December 01, 1891, Parks, NSW, Australia.

ii. JAMES HENRY BRYANT, b. November 28, 1892, Parks, NSW, Australia19; d. August 06, 1915, Lone Pine, Gallipoli, Turkey.

Notes for JAMES HENRY BRYANT:

James Bryant was born at Parkes and spent most of his young life at the mining settlement of ' The Welcome ' . He was something of a poet and had several poems published. He enlisted in the A.I.F. 3rd Battalion and was sent to Gallipoli where he was killed. He wrote the following poem while in the trenches at Lone Pine shortly be fore his death.

My Native Leaf.

The Irish love their native leaf

That in their island grows;

The Scottish and the British love

The thistle and the rose;

But greater than these flowers,

And dearer far to me,

The emblem I love best of all

Is the native blue gum tree.

It sheltered me when I was young,

Beneath its bows I played;

The house where I was born was built

Beneath a gum tree's shade.

And often in the days gone by -

The days when we were boys -

That old gum shared my childish thoughts,

My sorrows and my joys.

And if perchance that I should fall

Beneath a foreign sky,

I hope some passing wind will blow

A gum leaf where I lie:

A gum leaf fresh and fragrant,

Blown from a wild gum tree

That grows in far Australia,

The island of the free.

Private J.H. Bryant,

3rd Batt.

 

iii. KIETH ALVIN BRYANT, b. April 09, 1894, Parks, NSW, Australia20; d. June 02, 1963, Parks, NSW, Australia.

31. iv. GRACE GWYNNETH BRYANT, b. March 14, 1896, Parks, NSW, Australia.

32. v. MARGARET BERYL BRYANT, b. March 09, 1898, Parks, NSW, Australia; d. August 29, 1990, Parks, NSW, Australia.

vi. BENJAMIN BRYANT, b. May 27, 1900, Parkes, NSW21; m. EILEEN BROADBENT.

 

 

23.   HARRIET GRACE16 KIMBALL (CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born June 27, 1870 in Grenfell, NSW, Australia, and died April 13, 1944 in Parks, NSW, Australia. She married WILLIAM FRANKS 1903 in Parks, NSW, Australia22, son of GEORGE FRANKS and AMELIA. He was born 1868 in Parramatta, NSW, Australia, and died January 22, 1938 in Parks, NSW, Australia23.

 

Children of HARRIET KIMBALL and WILLIAM FRANKS are:

33. i. GRACE17 FRANKS, b. 1904, Parks, NSW, Australia.

ii. CYRUS FRANKS, b. April 01, 1907, Parks, NSW, Australia; d. September 03, 1970, Hurstville, NSW, Australia; m. DORIS E. DELMA MACHUGH, 1929, Parks, NSW, Australia; b. 1907, Wellington, NSW.

iii. ELIZABETH FRANKS, b. 1909; d. 1909, Parkes, NSW.

 

 

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24. LILLY JANE17 SCUDDS (HARTLEY OWENS16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born 1890 in Dubbo, NSW24.

 

Children of LILLY JANE SCUDDS are:

i. EDITH J18 SCUDDS, b. 1905, Peak Hill, NSW25; d. 1906, Ashfield, NSW26.

ii. HAROLD W SCUDDS, b. 1914, Woolarah, NSW; m. MAUREEN FRANCES WALSH, 1945, Rockdale, NSW.

 

 

25.   GRACE MAY17 KIMBALL (HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 17, 1896 in Bulgandramine, NSW, Australia27, and died 1990 in Bateau Bay, NSW, Australia. She married FRANK R ALCHIN 1937 in Manly, NSW, Australia28, son of GEORGE ALCHIN and HANNAH BEDWELL. He was born 1894 in Marrickville, NSW, and died January 12, 1977 in Pendle Hill, NSW29.

Notes for GRACE MAY KIMBALL:

UNITING CHURCH IN AUSTRALIA

GOSFORD PARISH

Eulogy

GRACE MAY ALCHIN

1896 ---- 1990

When I spoke to Thelma on Sunday and heard the story of her mother's life I felt as though a whole panorama of Australian social history was passing before my eyes. Perhaps we can only get a real sense of this when we realize that May lived through almost a century of Australian life including the Boer War & two World Wars. and the Great Depression and that her life touched on the reigns of six British monarchs, including Queen Victoria.

Grace May Kimball was born on the 17th January 1896 in the Peak Hill area of N.S.W. one of six children. Those were times of depression in Australia and the Kimball family was poor, even at a time when most Australian families suffered hardship.

At that time, the forerunner of the Child welfare Department frequently took into its care the children of poverty-stricken families in order to have them trained for domestic service, and due to the family's depressed circumstances May, together with one brother and two sisters was removed from her family and taken to Paddington in Sydney to await employment.

This began a period of severe emotional deprivation for May. The beautiful heritage home Juniper Hall was home to many children from poor circumstances, and there May remained until she and her brother Dick were selected by members of the Betts family, well known in the Parramatta area. They became domestic and outdoor workers, did basic messages and received no education nor social graces. It was a time of great hardship for May, a painful period of her life which she found difficult to speak about, right to the end.

While little more than a child herself, May was taken in as nursemaid to the Hines family Mr. Hines being a Methodist minister on the North Shore. At this time her fortunes changed for the better, as the family accepted her, taught her to read and write, and, as Thelma put it, "made a lady of her.,'. She remained many years with the Hines family, taking an active part in the life of their church and Sunday School until the birth of Thelma when she was once again thrown on her own resources.

Until her marriage to Frank Alchin in 1937, May had a succession of live-in jobs, the longest being at Gladesville. For a time Thelma was taken from her, as she herself had been taken from her parents, and it was not long before May managed to get her back again. conscious always of her own separation from family at such a tender Age

During her marriage to Frank, May's home was open to others, especially children in need of care. For the first time in her life she had a home of her own and a stable environment in which she could build up friendships.....some of which have lasted to the end of her life.

After Frank's death in 1977 May and Thelma moved to the Central Coast, and after some time together, May moved to Rosemary Lodge, at Bateau Bay where she was an energetic and loved member of the retirement community. It was only last Christmas that her increasing frailty and poor health necessitated moving to Carey Bay House . Here she lived until she was hospitalized last week. As I am sure you know, May survived major surgery last Thursday, but died suddenly and kindly on Saturday morning.

What has come over to me as I have thought, these last days. about May Alchin's life, is the picture of a woman of tremendous courage and great capacity to forgive ... one who learned from the incredible hardships and deprivation of her early years, but who was not embittered by them. From her own struggle to gain an education she had a determination that Thelma would receive the best education possible and got great pleasure from her achievements at schools university and in her career. Similarly, she took pride in the scholastic and academic achievements of her granddaughter Denise, and the three great grandchildren Alexander, Jerame and Sascha.

Denise spoke to me about the aura of calmness that came to her from May, a calm that could still the children during the chaos of family life when there are three small children in the houses May loved to tell stories to the children, play little games with them, and hear what they had to stay. Her family was an enormous part of her life.

In spite of all the movement of her early years,

Sky developed the capacity to make and keep friends, who remained faithful to her to the end of her life. People like Marion and Don, June and Jean, visited her regularly kept in close touch, and remained significant people in her life. The family appreciate all the love and care she was shown by her friends ... they made her life so much richer.

One very significant occasion needs to be mentioned here. In preparation for the Bicentennial, May was interviewed by a social historian who was doing research into children removed from their families early this century. May was interviewed as the only remaining person from those days at Juniper Hall and her story has gone to the Australian Archives in Canberra. As a result of the interview and because of her own unique life story, May was invited to a Bicentennial Authority Dinner at the Hilton Hotel in 1988. We rejoice that she was able to have that recognition as a great Australian at the end of her life.

It is sometimes the practice to preach a sermon as well as deliver a eulogy at funerals. I don't intend to do that. But 1 would like to say that as a Christian and a minister, I believe that life continues on after death ... in what form I would not presume to guess. But there is more to it than that. My belief is that every time life emerges from a situation that is death-dealing, we see the power of the resurrection in human living. And that is what we have experienced in the life of May Alchin. From poverty and abuse and drudgery somehow there stemmed a life that was rich and full and forgiving and compassionate and for that, we thank God.

 

Thelmal, Denise and Tom, Alexander, Jerome and Sascha, we grieve with you at the loss of May. but we also rejoice with you that your lives are the richer for having her as part of your family.

 

Child of GRACE KIMBALL and FRANK ALCHIN is:

34. i. THELMA MAY18 KIMBALL, b. August 07, 1924, Sydney, NSW.

 

 

26.   RICHARD CYRUS17 KIMBALL    (HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born April 17, 1897 in Brocklhurst, NSW, Australia30, and died May 20, 1981 in Blacktown, NSW, Australia31. He married HANNAH DORIS LOHMAN December 10, 1919 in Sydney, NSW, Australia32, daughter of GEORGE LOHMAN and HANNAH BOWLER. She was born January 17, 1899 in Scone, NSW, Australia33, and died May 16, 1985 in Toongabie, NSW, Australia.

Notes for RICHARD CYRUS KIMBALL:

Dick was taken from his family at the age of ten by the ( then equivalent of ) family welfare after his father was sentenced to prison and his mother had no means to support her large family. He was placed in what was known as " home service " where he was expected to work for the families he was placed with for his keep and education.

At the age of 18yrs & 9 months while he was living and working on a dairy farm at Goulburn he joined the army ( 15 January 1916 ). He was given the Army number 1935 and embarked at Sydney for England on the HMAT ' Barambah ' with the 3rd Reinforcements, 55th Infantry Battalion on 23 June 1916. He was then taken on strength of the 55th Battalion in France on 14 December 1916. On 26 April 1918 he was taken on strength of the 5th Divisional Signal Company. Six months later he was involved in action for which he was awarded the Military Medal ( awarded 17 June 1919 ). The following was promulgated in " Commonwealth of Australia Gazette " No. 115, dated 10th October 1919.

Sapper Cyril Richard Kimball 1935

Sapper Douglas Desmond Bruce 2780

" For courage and devotion to duty.

These men are members of No. 5 section of this Company attached to the 5th Australia Machine Gun Battalion.

On 17th September 1918 on the St. Quentin front, they, in company with an N.C.O. succeeded in establishing communication between Battalion Headquarters, near Vendelles north west of St. Quentin and the four Company Headquarters, preparatory to operations to take place on the 18th September.

The work was completed between 4.30p.m. and 5.15p.m. during which time they were caught in an enemy area shoot but persisted in their duties. About 11 P.M. on the 17th September several lines were out. These linemen again went out and under heavy shelling had normal communication established before the shelling ceased. From 2.a.m. until 7. A.M. on the 18th September, they were continuously repairing lines which had been damaged by enemy shelling. They succeeded in maintaining communication with firing batteries at a critical time under most trying circumstances. They were exceptionally good examples of devotion to duty without regard to personal safety. "

These operations which took part on 18th September 1918 were part of the final big push by the British Fourth Army ( under Rawlinson ) and the French First Army ( Debeney ) with the Canadian Corps ( Currie ) and Australian Corps ( Monarsh ). Between August and November that year the Allies pushed some fifty odd miles into the German territory and helped break the back of the German Army who signed the Armistice on 11 November 1918 at 05.00 am. at Compiene, south west of St. Quentin.

Dick was on leave in England from 21st October & 17th November but remained in France until, after several bouts of sickness, he was transferred to the 3rd Auxiliary Hospital at Dartford on 18 April 1919 and then transferred to the Number 2 Command Depot 8 May 1919. He Embarked for Australia per ' HT Durham ' on 22 May 1919 and was discharged in Sydney on 5 September 1919. He was awarded the Military Medal, British War Medal, Victory Medal.

( These medals are in the possession of the author. )

Following his discharge Dick was retrained as a coach builder with the NSW Railways where he worked until 1929 when he was laid off during the Great Depression. He supported his family during the depression in the same manner as many others, doing odd jobs and rabbiting etc. and eventually secured a job at the Doonside Brick & Tile Works as a carpenter/repairman.

In December 1942 after the outbreak of the second World War he joined the Civilian Construction Corps as he was above the maximum age to join the A.I.F.. He was sent to the Atherton Tablelands in Queensland to help in the construction of camp huts and hospitals for the Army and Railway. He also spent some time at Hearne Bay ( south west of Sydney, now named Beverly Hill ) doing the same type of work.

After WW2 he was employed by the NSW Railways as a coach builder and spent most of his remaining working years at Clyde Repair Yards near Parramatta. During his retirement he spent his time restoring old horse drawn coaches and working with his Lodge.

Dick was initiated into Freemasonry at the age of 57 ( 11th June 1955 ) at Lodge Blacktown No. 393 and within ten years attained the Chair of King Solomon. At the age of 69 he accepted the office of Director of Ceremonies which he retained for 12 years. At age 76 he joined the Royal Arch Chapter and after four years of industry in that area held the office of First Principal for two years in succession. He was presented with a Testimonial Jewel in August 1977 for dedicated and magnificent service.

He passed away at Blacktown Hospital after a short illness.

 

Children of RICHARD KIMBALL and HANNAH LOHMAN are:

35. i. BERYL LORRIANE18 KIMBALL, b. July 07, 19.., Parramatta, NSW, Australia.

36. ii. CYRUS LAWRENCE KIMBALL, b. December 06, 1923, Granville, NSW, Australia; d. June 27, 1986, Dungowan, NSW, Australia.

37. iii. HARRY BRYAN KIMBALL, b. July 19, 19.., Granville, NSW, Australia.

38. iv. MAREA ESTELLE KIMBALL, b. August 13, 19.., Granville, NSW, Australia.

39. v. ALLAN RICHARD GARNETT KIMBALL, b. November 03, 1929, Granville, NSW, Australia; d. June 20, 1997.

40. vi. JAMES OWEN TERRY KIMBALL, b. March 29, 19.., Paddington, NSW, Australia.

 

 

27. BELLA ELIZABETH17 KIMBALL (HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born 1899 in Peak Hill, NSW, Australia34, and died November 14, 1990 in Narrabri, NSW, Australia. She married CHARLES H. LANCE December 02, 1922 in Narrabri, NSW, Australia35, son of HENRY LANCE and EMILY HYLAND. He was born 1891 in Collarenabri, NSW.

 

Children of BELLA KIMBALL and CHARLES LANCE are:

i. HAZEL18 LANCE, b. March 03, 1923, Narrabri, NSW, Australia.

ii. ALLAN LANCE, b. August 1926, Narrabri, NSW, Australia; d. 1971, Narrabri, NSW, Australia.

iii. NOEL K. LANCE, b. Abt. 1927, Narrabri, NSW, Australia; d. 1930, Narrabri, NSW, Australia.

iv. FREDERICK LANCE, b. February 1928, Narrabri, NSW, Australia.

v. WANDA MARIAN LANCE, b. Abt. 1932, Narrabri, NSW, Australia; d. 1942, Narrabri, NSW, Australia.

41. vi. BOYCE LANCE, b. March 13, 19.., Narrabri, NSW, Australia.

 

 

28. VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL (HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born November 01, 1900 in Bulgandramine, NSW, Australia36, and died June 07, 1969 in Gilgandra, NSW, Australia. She married WILLIAM ERNEST WALKER May 22, 1921 in Gilgandra, NSW, Australia, son of WILLIAM WALKER and ELIZA GALE. He was born July 28, 1890 in Dubbo, NSW Australia, and died January 10, 1969 in Dubbo, NSW Australia.

 

Children of VERA KIMBALL and WILLIAM WALKER are:

i. RUTH E.18 KIMBALL, b. 1917, Paddington, NSW; d. 1920, Peak Hill, NSW.

42. ii. LORNA WALKER, b. January 1924, Gilgandra, NSW, Australia.

iii. EVA LOIS WALKER, b. December 23, 1924, Gilgandra, NSW, Australia; d. January 29, 1932, Gilgandra, NSW, Australia.

iv. CHARLES WILLIAM WALKER, b. Abt. 19.., Gilgandra, NSW.

43. v. DOROTHY BELL WALKER, b. July 20, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW, Australia.

vi. ROBERT ERNEST WALKER, b. November 25, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW, Australia; m. ELAIN MARGARET HARRIS.

vii. RONALD JOHN WALKER, b. June 15, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW, Australia; m. JOAN LORRIS, September 14, 1958.

44. viii. SHIRLEY JOYCE WALKER, b. January 22, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW, Australia.

 

 

29.   EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL (HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born August 13, 1905 in Bulgandramine, NSW, Australia37, and died August 08, 1986 in Narromine, NSW, Australia. She married JAMES JOHN SMITH September 21, 1921 in Gilgandra, NSW, Australia38, son of JAMES SMITH and MARGARET KNOX. He was born June 01, 1902 in Eugowra, NSW39.

 

Children of EMILY KIMBALL and JAMES SMITH are:

45. i. JOHN THOMAS18 SMITH, b. December 11, 1922, Canowindra, NSW; d. April 02, 1965, Narromine, NSW.

46. ii. JAMES OWEN SMITH, b. June 09, 1924, Wyalong, NSW; d. March 09, 1959, Gulargambone, NSW.

47. iii. WILLIAM GEORGE SMITH, b. November 10, 19.., Condoblin, NSW.

48. iv. EMILY MAY SMITH, b. May 09, 19.., Condoblin, NSW.

49. v. RICHARD PATRICK SMITH, b. January 27, 1930, Condoblin, NSW; d. January 21, 1989, Narromine, NSW.

vi. ROBERT FRANCIS SMITH, b. Aft. 19...

50. vii. MARJORY JOAN SMITH, b. May 24, 19.., Condoblin, NSW.

 

 

30. HARRIETT MINNIE17 KIMBALL (HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born December 10, 1912 in Peak Hill, NSW, Australia40. She married LEONARD HUNTER 1929 in Peak Hill, NSW, Australia41, son of EDWARD HUNTER and ADA ROACH. He was born 1903 in Parkes, NSW42.

 

Children of HARRIETT KIMBALL and LEONARD HUNTER are:

i. JOHN JOSEPH18 HUNTER, b. April 21, 19.., Parkes, NSW.

ii. ROBERT HENRY HUNTER, b. Abt. 19.., Parkes, NSW; m. BARBERA RUSSELL.

iii. NEVILLE HUNTER, b. April 01, 19.., Parkes, NSW; m. KAY ADDELL BROOKER.

 

 

31. GRACE GWYNNETH17 BRYANT (ELIZA JANE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born March 14, 1896 in Parks, NSW, Australia43. She married WILLIAM G. PARKER 1925 in Goulburn, NSW44, son of WILLIAM PARKER and CATHERINE H.. He was born 1893 in Peak Hill, NSW45,45.

 

Children of GRACE BRYANT and WILLIAM PARKER are:

51. i. CATHERINE JOAN18 PARKER, b. June 02, 19.., Parkes, NSW.

ii. ARTHUR JAMES PARKER, b. June 08, 19.., Parkes, NSW; m. DOROTHY NELL FARLOW.

 

 

32. MARGARET BERYL17 BRYANT (ELIZA JANE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born March 09, 1898 in Parks, NSW, Australia46, and died August 29, 1990 in Parks, NSW, Australia. She married PETER ALOYSIUS MCGIRR 1925 in Sydney, NSW, son of JOHN MCGIRR and MARY. He was born October 30, 1886 in Parks, NSW, Australia, and died January 03, 1956 in Parks, NSW, Australia.

 

Children of MARGARET BRYANT and PETER MCGIRR are:

i. JOHN PATRICK18 MCGIRR, b. June 07, 1926, Parks, NSW, Australia; d. May 13, 1929, Parks, NSW, Australia.

52. ii. ELIZABETH MARY MCGIRR, b. January 28, 19.., Parkes, NSW.

53. iii. MARGARET BERYL MCGIRR, b. May 25, 19.., Parks, NSW, Australia.

iv. MARY FRANCIS MCGIRR, b. November 26, 1930, Parks, NSW, Australia; d. April 01, 1936, Parks, NSW, Australia.

v. PETER ALOYSIUS MCGIRR, b. March 02, 19.., Parks, NSW, Australia; m. ELAINE MARGARET LARKING.

 

 

33. GRACE17 FRANKS (HARRIET GRACE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born 1904 in Parks, NSW, Australia. She married WILLIAM JOHN R. WOODWARD 1924 in Parks, NSW, Australia47, son of SYDNEY WOODWARD and MARY JARVIS. He was born 1896 in Parks, NSW, Australia48.

 

Children of GRACE FRANKS and WILLIAM WOODWARD are:

54. i. MARY GRACE18 WOODWARD, b. 19.., Parks, NSW, Australia.

55. ii. COLIN WOODWARD, b. June 02, 19.., Parks, NSW, Australia.

56. iii. DORETHEA WOODWARD, b. Abt. 19...

57. iv. ELAINE WOODWARD, b. August 13, 19.., Parks, NSW, Australia.

 

 

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34. THELMA MAY18 KIMBALL (GRACE MAY17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born August 07, 1924 in Sydney, NSW. She married HUBERT JOHN BURDET MORONEY 1945 in Parramatta, NSW, Australia.

 

Child of THELMA KIMBALL and HUBERT MORONEY is:

58. i. DENISE19 MORONEY, b. April 23, 1947.

 

 

35. BERYL LORRIANE18 KIMBALL (RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born July 07, 19.. in Parramatta, NSW, Australia. She married DOUGLAS ARTHUR PARKER April 04, 1944 in Parramatta, NSW, Australia. He was born October 01, 1920 in Leicester, England, and died November 24, 1991 in Leongatha, Victoria, Australia.

 

Children of BERYL KIMBALL and DOUGLAS PARKER are:

i. RICHARD MORRIS19 PARKER, b. January 14, 19.., Greensborough, Vic; m. LINDA RUTH SUTHERLAND, September 1971, Leongatha, Vic; b. June 29, 1947, Tarwin Lower, Vic.

59. ii. ALLAN DOUGLAS PARKER, b. January 14, 19.., Greensborough, Vic..

iii. DOROTHY CLAIR PARKER, b. September 06, 19...

 

 

36.   CYRUS LAWRENCE18 KIMBALL (RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born December 06, 1923 in Granville, NSW, Australia, and died June 27, 1986 in Dungowan, NSW, Australia. He married GWENDOLYN WINIFRED BAILEY    September 09, 1943 in Granville, NSW, Australia49, daughter of UNKNOWN and MARARETHA NEIST. She was born May 01, 19.. in Rooty Hill, NSW, Australia.

Notes for CYRUS LAWRENCE KIMBALL:

Cyrus, or Slim as he was known all his life, ( apparently he took a fancy to the name after watching a cowboy named Slim at the movies. ) was born at Granville near Sydney. He grew up much the same as many other children of that time, struggling through the depression and the war periods. He always told his children " you kids have it too easy, you would never have survived the depression " but they would have, just like he did. He was quite an athletic youth and a fine swimmer, frequently swimming several miles a session in the Parramatta River. He also reached the State Junior Finals at tennis and was an excellent all-round cricketer even in his later life as well as a marksman with a rifle.

He would often tell of how he would " have to rise before dawn each day and milk forty cows ( by hand ), rake, roll and mark out the tennis courts, swim eight miles up the river, chop the fire wood and then get off to school. " Any question of how he managed to achieve all this each day was met with a stern scowl and a grunt. He did in fact work at Pierces' Dairy at Prospect, but as to how many cows he milked each morning and afternoon is unknown, although he was an excellent milker so it must have been a substantial number. At the age of sixteen he took off and joined the Navy only to have his mother turn up at the base and drag him back home. Nothing pleased him more than a good prank and he often told of how as a boy he took a duck into the theatre and let it loose then rolled about laughing at the mayhem as the duck panicked and tried to find its way out, eventually flying trough the screen. In his late teens he took to motorcycles and owned a Royal Enfield and a Norton which he rode in amateur social races around the old Windsor aerodrome in the company of such motorcycling legends as Harry Pyne, Col Carruthers, Jim Eade, Ryan and Fraser.

Slim was a ' jack of all trades ' having worked at brickyards, slaughter houses, sawmills, farm hand and driving timber jinkers as well as anything else that would bring in a wage. He was employed by the Water Resources Commission at Chaffey Dam on the Peel River at the time of his death. He was always highly regarded by his employers for his hard and dedicated work. His attitude was that no matter how hard his fellow employees worked they would not be able to keep pace with Slim Kimball. He became very expert with a chain saw during his years with Summers' Saw Mills and felled hundreds of thousands of super feet of timber in the Colo River and Hanging Rock / Tugalow Forest areas. Once at the Nundle Annual Rodeo he and 'Curly' Sommers raced a crosscut saw against a racing chain saw through a 24 inch log only to be beaten by half a second. He was also a deft hand with an axe and favoured a 4 pound 'Plumb' axe that was so sharp he could shave with it. There was probably not one bone in his arms, hands, legs and feet that had not been broken during his saw milling years and quite often his hands would be stiff and swollen from the ' barkoo rot ' caused by the wood sap. Mechanical repairs came almost naturally to him and he scorned anyone who could not match his skill, albeit a little short of expert.

Fishing was his one true passion and he was a master at the sport. Show him a body of water, a rod and line and he would deliver you a fish. His patience at the water was in complete contrast to the rest of his life, he could sit all day long at the waters edge or out in his boat, the only thing that could end the vigil was a shortage of cigarettes. The thought of going out in the boat with Slim struck dread into the hearts of most of his boys, it was just so long a day and very boring for young teenagers.

Slim was the epitome of the ' Bronzed Aussie Male ' , tall ( 6' 2" ) tanned, hard muscled, worked very hard, played hard and drank hard. The latter being his downfall. He believed it was ' the working mans right to have a beer ' . In the end it was his beloved beer that took him. Drink was the bane of his life, bringing out all the flaws in his character and allowing him to release all his frustration's, ( unfortunately mostly on his family ) usually in a violent way. To his credit though he almost always attended work the next day following a heavy drinking bout.

He was immensely proud of his seven sons and took every opportunity to let every other man at the hotel bar know how good his boys were. Unfortunately, except for extremely rare occasions he was completely unable to show his pride or affection to his children themselves. His mother was the idol of his life and he was very deeply upset at her passing although he tried not to let it show. The majority of people who new Slim thought rather highly of him and friends from all social classes attended his funeral.

Slim died at home after a days work which included cutting several tons of fire wood. He was relaxing in his favorite chair having a beer and talking with his wife and a Neighbour when he collapsed and passed away. No doubt he went the way he believed all real men should go.

 

Children of CYRUS KIMBALL and GWENDOLYN BAILEY are:

i. KERRIE ANNE LORRAINE19 KIMBALL, b. April 15, 1944, Wentwhorthville, NSW, Australia; d. May 12, 1944, Summer Hill, NSW, Australia50.

60. ii. MICHEAL JOHN KIMBALL, b. December 26, 19.., Blacktown, NSW, Australia.

61. iii. GARRIE-OWEN KIMBALL, b. February 19, 19.., Blacktown, NSW, Australia.

62. iv. RICHARD LAWRENCE KIMBALL, b. October 15, 19.., Blacktown, NSW.

v. PETER WAYNE KIMBALL, b. July 10, 19.., Blacktown, NSW, Australia; m. KAYE MARGARET MACZKOWIAK, January 03, 1987, Alstonville, NSW, Australia; b. February 16, 19...

Notes for PETER WAYNE KIMBALL:

Peter Wayne Kimball was born 10 July 1951 at Blacktown N.S.W. He left school at the age of 15 and went to work at The Tamworth Machine Brickwork's as a Moulder. He also worked on farms on weekends

hay carting, ploughing, ring barking and working with sheep and cattle.

At the age of 19 he was called up to do national service in the army. Recruit training was done at 3 R.T.B. Singleton N.S.W. Then was posted to The School of Artillery Northhead N.S.W. to be trained as a gunner. 3 days later was posted to 12 Field Regiment Inglburn N.S.W. Then he did his gun course. Once his National Service was finished he decided to sign on for 6 years. In 1973 he was posted to New Zealand for 4 weeks with A Fld Bty via the HMAS Sydney. Nov 1973 saw the amalgamation of 8 Medium Regiment and 12 Field regiment, by this time he was promoted to lance bombardier. So he decided to do some causes for promotion, Truck drive APC driver, Detachment Commander, Joint warfare, Ground liaison officers, Mine warfare and Promotion course.

He was sent to Darwin 1974/75 after cyclone Tracy to help with the clean up.. 30 mar 1976 he was

promoted to Bombardier. 22 Jan 1979 he was posted to Proof & Experimental Establishment Graytown Vic. He was a detachment commander there for 2 years. This job consisted of having to test all gun barrels made, all new weapons that came in to service, plus any new weaponry systems that

were being considered for the Defence Force.

27 Jan 1981 he was posted back to A Fld Bty as a gun Detachment Commander. On the 16 Aug 1978 he was made a driver and put in charge of the A Bty Transport. Where he done a Tpt supervisors course and subject courses for promotion to Sgt and Wo2. On 17 March 1972 he was promoted to the rank of Sgt and Supervisor of Transport A Fld Bty.

12 June 1984 he embarked from Mascot for duty in Hawaii., then to Fiji. 23 Oct. 1985 he was then posted to 69 Ground Liaison Section Fairburn A.C.T. which was working with 5 Squadron R.A.A.F. and S.A.S. in the counter terrorist roll.

On the 3rd Jan 1987 he married Kaye Margaret Maczkowiack from Blyth S.A. 16 Dec 1987

he was posted to 5/11 Fld Regt Brisbane as Regt Tpt Spv. On the 15 Jul 1989 he was posted to 111 Bty Woodside S.A. as Tpt Spv where he spent a lot of time in the Northern Territory. on the 15 Jul 1992 he was discharged at Brisbane after 20 years service. He was awarded the D.F.S.M. and Bar, The N.S.M. and the A.S.M.

After Discharge from the Army he took up employment at Matilda Road House for two years then gained employment at the Brisbane Girls Outdoor Education Centre at Imbil Qld as Assistant to the Director. 5

years later that job become redundant. He is now semi retired in Imbil doing school bus driving and a bit of lawn mowing.

 

 

63. vi. HARTLEY PHILLIP KIMBALL, b. January 23, 19.., Blacktown, NSW, Australia.

64. vii. STUART LINDSAY KIMBALL, b. December 24, 19.., Blacktown, NSW, Australia.

65. viii. DALE ANDREW KIMBALL, b. December 05, 19.., Tamworth, NSW.

 

 

37. HARRY BRYAN18 KIMBALL (RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born July 19, 19.. in Granville, NSW, Australia. He married NORMA AMY ROSS November 07, 1952 in Kogarah, NSW, Australia, daughter of NORMAN ROSS and MARY MCCOLE. She was born April 28, 19.. in Kiama, NSW, Australia.

 

Children of HARRY KIMBALL and NORMA ROSS are:

66. i. DUNCAN MCLEOD19 KIMBALL, b. January 28, 19.., Crows Nest, NSW.

ii. BELINDA LOUISE KIMBALL, b. February 26, 19...

 

 

38. MAREA ESTELLE18 KIMBALL (RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born August 13, 19.. in Granville, NSW, Australia. She married RAYMOND EARNEST HILL April 02, 1949 in Parramatta, NSW, Australia, son of ERNEST HILL and GWENDOLINE SPRING. He was born September 17, 19.. in Abbotsford, NSW, Australia.

 

Children of MAREA KIMBALL and RAYMOND HILL are:

67. i. RANEE MAREE19 HILL, b. August 08, 19.., Blacktown, NSW.

68. ii. MURRAY NOEL HILL, b. February 09, 19.., Blacktown, NSW.

69. iii. MEEGAN LESLEY HILL, b. June 19, 19.., Melbourne, Vic.

 

 

39. ALLAN RICHARD GARNETT18 KIMBALL (RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born November 03, 1929 in Granville, NSW, Australia, and died June 20, 1997. He married PATRICIA MARGARET ROGERS April 29, 1960. She was born March 31, 1931.

 

Children of ALLAN KIMBALL and PATRICIA ROGERS are:

i. SUE-ELLEN MAREE19 KIMBALL, b. October 31, 19...

ii. ALLAN GRANT KIMBALL, b. May 14, 19...

iii. GWYNDOLYN PATRICIA KIMBALL, b. June 19, 19...

iv. JOHN HARRY STAMFORD KIMBALL, b. August 22, 19...

 

 

40. JAMES OWEN TERRY18 KIMBALL (RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born March 29, 19.. in Paddington, NSW, Australia. He married ELSIE MAY GREEN January 03, 1959 in Parramatta, NSW, Australia, daughter of ALBERT GREEN and ELSIE CLARK. She was born June 20, 19.. in Paddington, NSW, Australia.

 

Children of JAMES KIMBALL and ELSIE GREEN are:

70. i. STEVEN JAMES19 KIMBALL, b. June 22, 19.., Sydney, NSW.

71. ii. MORGAN LEE KIMBALL, b. December 21, 19.., Nowra, NSW.

 

 

41. BOYCE18 LANCE (BELLA ELIZABETH17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born March 13, 19.. in Narrabri, NSW, Australia. He married RUTH.

 

Children of BOYCE LANCE and RUTH are:

i. STEVEN19 LANCE.

ii. DEAN LANCE.

 

 

42. LORNA18 WALKER (VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 1924 in Gilgandra, NSW, Australia. She married PERCY GEORGE PARKER February 02, 1941 in Gilgandra, NSW, Australia. He was born July 11, 1920 in Devanport, Tasmania, Australia, and died January 19, 1982 in Sydney, NSW.

 

Children of LORNA WALKER and PERCY PARKER are:

72. i. SYLVIA JUNE19 PARKER, b. June 18, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW, Australia.

73. ii. JEAN PARKER, b. July 31, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW, Australia.

 

 

43. DOROTHY BELL18 WALKER (VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born July 20, 19.. in Gilgandra, NSW, Australia. She married RODERICK AUGUSTUS DURHAM December 15, 1944 in Orange, NSW. He was born July 04 in Coonamble, NSW.

 

Child of DOROTHY WALKER and RODERICK DURHAM is:

74. i. JOY LORAINE19 DURHAM, b. October 31, 19.., Orange, NSW.

 

 

44. SHIRLEY JOYCE18 WALKER (VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 22, 19.. in Gilgandra, NSW, Australia. She married EDWARD JOHN RYAN April 06, 1957 in Gilgandra, NSW, Australia. He was born May 22, 19.. in Orange, NSW.

 

Children of SHIRLEY WALKER and EDWARD RYAN are:

75. i. CHERYL19 RYAN, b. September 28, 19.., Dubbo, NSW Australia.

ii. PHILLIP EDWARD RYAN, b. September 27, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW, Australia; m. KERRYN.

iii. LEANNE RYAN, b. October 29, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW, Australia; m. JOHN WILLIAM COOMBS, March 25, 1989.

 

 

45. JOHN THOMAS18 SMITH (EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born December 11, 1922 in Canowindra, NSW, and died April 02, 1965 in Narromine, NSW. He married EVA ANNE KLIEN January 10, 1945 in Parkes, NSW.

 

Children of JOHN SMITH and EVA KLIEN are:

i. BRIAN JOHN19 SMITH, b. August 08, 19.., Parkes, NSW; m. MARGARET ELIZABETH BAKER, January 17, 1970.

ii. ALLAN JAMES SMITH, b. April 25, 19.., Narromine, NSW; m. CAROLYN ANN.

iii. GRAHAME WILLIAM SMITH, b. June 30, 19.., Parkes, NSW; d. March 14, 1958, Narromine, NSW.

iv. MARYLIN KAY SMITH, b. February 26, 19.., Narromine, NSW; m. ALLAN JOHN TAYLOR, March 01, 1975.

v. KAREN MARGARET SMITH, b. December 12, 19.., Narromine, NSW; m. DONALD JAMES GARLING, April 20, 1992.

vi. GEOFFREY MARTIN SMITH, b. August 12, 19.., Narromine, NSW; m. ROWENA OLIVE GRIMES, October 29, 1989.

 

 

46. JAMES OWEN18 SMITH (EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born June 09, 1924 in Wyalong, NSW, and died March 09, 1959 in Gulargambone, NSW. He married BETTY JOYCE PIKE.

 

Children of JAMES SMITH and BETTY PIKE are:

i. KEVIN19 SMITH.

ii. GARY SMITH.

iii. TERRY SMITH.

iv. ROBBIE SMITH.

 

 

47. WILLIAM GEORGE18 SMITH (EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born November 10, 19.. in Condoblin, NSW. He married VALERIE JOYCE LAMB January 20, 1949 in Parkes, NSW. She was born November 11, 19...

Notes for WILLIAM GEORGE SMITH:

William George Smith

Born 10/11/19.. in Condobolin NSW

Parents Emily Maude Kimball & John James Smith

Brothers & Sisters John Thomas (Jack), James Owen (Owen) William George (Bill), May,

Richard (Dick), Marjorie Joan (Margie), & Robert.

Bill lived at Bobadah in NSW and went to school there until he was 11yrs old. Then his family

moved to Parkes where he left school at 13 and began working in a market garden for 6/6 a week.

At the age of 14 he moved to Narromine and worked contract harvesting with horse drawn

machinery for 3 months when he finished there he went contract fencing with the Wenton

Brothers for about 6 months. When he was about 15 or 16 he went wood cutting making pine

rails for the Air Force.

He moved to Sydney in 1943 and worked at Perpartex Textile Buildings and joined the Army in

the later months of 1944 his basic training was done at Cowra where the Japanese POWs were

kept. After basic training he went into Transport and moved down to Ballarat Victoria.

When armistice was signed he was returned to Sydney where he volunteered to go to Japan in the

cleanup squad after the nuclear bombs were dropped he sailed over on the HMAS Duntroon and

remained in Japan for 2years 2months and in that time had acquired a huge amount of silk which

was used by his mother to make his sisters wedding gowns and also their babies dresses. When

returning from Japan on the HMAS KIMBELEY he had too many duty free items as a result a

large noritaki dinner set was thrown overboard so no duty had to be paid.

He was discharged from the army in October 1947 and returned to Narromine where he went

wheat lumping for a few months before going shearing and pressing wool in the woolsheds

around Narromine.

In 1948 he met Val ( Valerie Joyce Lamb) and they were Married on 20th

January 1949 in Parkes. He worked on the gravel roads around Parkes with Dan Arnold

for 3 months before going back to shearing for 4 or 5 years. After their 6th child was born he

joined the Sewerage construction in Narromine which took them all through Victoria southern

Queensland and NSW building huge sewerage pipes and also silos, while in Redcliff he left the

construction gang and they moved back to Narromine where their 8th and last child was born.

He began shearing for a while but then got a job on a property as a station hand (Doonside) for 2

years before the owner died, then he worked on another property (Willgavale) for the Barnett

family for 10 yrs. He took a property management job on another property (Tarara) near Trangie

and after 4 yrs. moved to another near Dubbo(Oakben) where he was retrenched after severely

injuring his back. In his retirement he has lived in Narromine for a few years before moving to a

warmer climate in Hervey Bay Qld.

 

Children of WILLIAM SMITH and VALERIE LAMB are:

76. i. DAVID JOHN19 SMITH, b. March 31, 19...

77. ii. GARY WILLIAM SMITH, b. August 13, 19...

78. iii. JAMES FRANCIS SMITH, b. June 28, 19...

79. iv. CHERYL ANN SMITH, b. August 23, 19...

v. ANTHONY IAN SMITH, b. June 16, 19...

80. vi. KATHERINE ROBIN SMITH, b. August 11, 19...

81. vii. MARIA ANN SMITH, b. April 10, 19...

82. viii. JANE MARGARET SMITH, b. August 23, 19...

 

 

48. EMILY MAY18 SMITH (EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born May 09, 19.. in Condoblin, NSW. She married (1) RAY POOL. She married (2) RAY ELLERY. She married (3) JACK EVANS May 24, 1947 in Narromine, NSW.

 

Children of EMILY SMITH and RAY POOL are:

i. PETER19 POOL.

ii. MARJORIE POOL.

iii. BARBARA POOL.

 

 

Children of EMILY SMITH and RAY ELLERY are:

iv. DEBBIE19 ELLERY.

v. CHRISTOPHER ELLERY.

 

 

49. RICHARD PATRICK18 SMITH (EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 27, 1930 in Condoblin, NSW, and died January 21, 1989 in Narromine, NSW. He married COLLEEN RILEY.

 

Children of RICHARD SMITH and COLLEEN RILEY are:

83. i. PATRICK JAMES19 SMITH, b. June 22, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

84. ii. KERRI ANNE SMITH, b. November 29, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

iii. TIMMOTHY SMITH, b. November 22, 19.., Narromine, NSW; d. June 29, 1957, Narromine, NSW.

85. iv. RICHARD MARK SMITH, b. September 13, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

v. MARY-ANN SMITH, b. April 08, 19.., Narromine, NSW; m. GEOFFERY WILLIAM CAPE, November 14, 1981, Narromine, NSW.

 

 

50. MARJORY JOAN18 SMITH (EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born May 24, 19.. in Condoblin, NSW. She married MONTY BLEAU RILEY February 07, 1953 in Narromine, NSW, son of WILLIAM RILEY and MABEL BINFIELD. He was born 19.. in Peak Hill, NSW.

 

Children of MARJORY SMITH and MONTY RILEY are:

86. i. THOMAS JEFFERY19 RILEY, b. November 07, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

87. ii. ROBERT KIMBALL RILEY, b. November 01, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

88. iii. DONNA SUZANNE RILEY, b. April 13, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

iv. SALLY MICHELE RILEY, b. July 31, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

 

 

51. CATHERINE JOAN18 PARKER (GRACE GWYNNETH17 BRYANT, ELIZA JANE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born June 02, 19.. in Parkes, NSW. She married ALBERT JOHN VAGG August 25, 1951.

 

Children of CATHERINE PARKER and ALBERT VAGG are:

89. i. JENNIFER JANE19 VAGG, b. June 18, 19.., Hillston, NSW.

90. ii. CATHERINE MOIRA VAGG, b. January 22, 19.., Hay, NSW.

91. iii. JONATHAN ALBERT VAGG, b. December 11, 19.., Hillston, NSW.

iv. HEATHER ELIZABETH VAGG, b. August 07, 19...

 

 

52. ELIZABETH MARY18 MCGIRR (MARGARET BERYL17 BRYANT, ELIZA JANE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 28, 19.. in Parkes, NSW. She married JOFFRE JAMES O'SHANNESSY March 01, 1949 in Parkes, NSW, son of JAMES O'SHANNESSY and MARY MCQUAID. He was born October 24, 1926 in Bourke, NSW, and died December 19, 1996 in Dubbo, NSW.

 

Children of ELIZABETH MCGIRR and JOFFRE O'SHANNESSY are:

92. i. JOFFRE KIMBAL19 O'SHANNESSY, b. January 14, 19.., Crows Nest, Sydney, NSW.

93. ii. ELIZABETH MARY O'SHANNESSY, b. February 22, 19...

 

 

53. MARGARET BERYL18 MCGIRR (MARGARET BERYL17 BRYANT, ELIZA JANE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born May 25, 19.. in Parks, NSW, Australia. She married RICHARD JOHN RIDGE February 21, 1950. He died June 08, 1998 in Dubbo, NSW.

 

Child of MARGARET MCGIRR and RICHARD RIDGE is:

94. i. BERYL MARION19 RIDGE, b. January 10.

 

 

54. MARY GRACE18 WOODWARD (GRACE17 FRANKS, HARRIET GRACE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born 19.. in Parks, NSW, Australia. She married LLOYD GEORGE PITTIS July 28, 1945 in Parks, NSW, Australia.

 

Children of MARY WOODWARD and LLOYD PITTIS are:

i. WILLIAM LLOYD19 PITTIS, b. July 12, 1946, Parks, NSW, Australia; d. February 20, 1965, Forbes, NSW.

ii. LAURENCE MICHEAL PITTIS, b. August 22, 19..; m. HEATHER SMITH, September 04, 1970, Parks, NSW, Australia.

iii. PHILLIP ANTHONY PITTIS, b. April 15, 19.., Parks, NSW, Australia; m. DONNA GERSBACH, March 04, 1977, Parks, NSW, Australia.

 

 

55. COLIN18 WOODWARD (GRACE17 FRANKS, HARRIET GRACE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born June 02, 19.. in Parks, NSW, Australia.

 

Child of COLIN WOODWARD is:

i. MICHEAL19 WOODWARD, b. September 19.., Parkesborough, NSW.

 

 

56. DORETHEA18 WOODWARD (GRACE17 FRANKS, HARRIET GRACE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 19... She married PETER SCURFIELD.

 

Children of DORETHEA WOODWARD and PETER SCURFIELD are:

i. SUSAN GRACE19 SCURFIELD, m. ? JARRICK.

ii. TERRENCE SCURFIELD.

iii. DEBORAH SCURFIELD, m. ? NINGALL.

 

 

57. ELAINE18 WOODWARD (GRACE17 FRANKS, HARRIET GRACE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born August 13, 19.. in Parks, NSW, Australia. She married JOHN CHARLES DWYER April 19, 1952 in Parks, NSW, Australia. He was born November 18, 19.. in Parks, NSW, Australia.

 

Children of ELAINE WOODWARD and JOHN DWYER are:

95. i. LAUREL19 DWYER.

96. ii. JOHN WILLIAM DWYER, b. November 10, 19.., Parks, NSW, Australia.

97. iii. MARK RICHARD DWYER, b. July 11, 19.., Parks, NSW, Australia.

iv. COLIN CHARLES DWYER, b. January 17, 19.., Parks, NSW, Australia.

98. v. LOUISE MARY DWYER, b. March 23, 19.., Parks, NSW, Australia.

 

 

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58. DENISE19 MORONEY (THELMA MAY18 KIMBALL, GRACE MAY17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born April 23, 19... She married THOMAS YIM 1975.

 

Children of DENISE MORONEY and THOMAS YIM are:

i. ALEXANDER20 YIM, b. November 04, 19...

ii. JEROME YIM, b. December 29, 19...

iii. SASCHA YIM, b. November 04, 19...

 

 

59. ALLAN DOUGLAS19 PARKER (BERYL LORRIANE18 KIMBALL, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 14, 19.. in Greensborough, Vic.. He married SUSANNE KATHLEEN BETHUNE October 14, 1972 in Inverloch, Vic.. She was born January 10, 19.. in Leongatha, Victoria, Australia.

 

Children of ALLAN PARKER and SUSANNE BETHUNE are:

i. SCOTT DOUGLAS20 PARKER, b. February 11, 19.., Wonthaggi, Vic..

ii. NAOMI LEIGH PARKER, b. April 12, 19.., Wonthaggi, Vic..

 

 

60. MICHEAL JOHN19 KIMBALL (CYRUS LAWRENCE18, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born December 26, 19.. in Blacktown, NSW, Australia. He married HELEN LYNEHAM October 16, 1965 in Blacktown, NSW, Australia, daughter of JAMES LYNEHAM and PHYLLIS KELLY. She was born February 28, 19.. in Parramatta NSW.

 

Children of MICHEAL KIMBALL and HELEN LYNEHAM are:

i. KYLE JAMES20 KIMBALL, b. May 31, 19.., Blacktown, NSW; m. LISA.

ii. HIEDI NATASHA KIMBALL, b. August 05, 19..; m. NATHAN JAMES WELLINGTON, January 24, 1999, Emu Bottoms, Sunbury, Victoria; b. November 03, 19.., Adelaide, SA.

 

 

61. GARRIE-OWEN19 KIMBALL (CYRUS LAWRENCE18, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born February 19, 19.. in Blacktown, NSW, Australia. He married YVONNE DALE March 13, 1970 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia. She was born May 26 in Tamworth, NSW.

 

Children of GARRIE-OWEN KIMBALL and YVONNE DALE are:

i. LEANNE YVONNE20 KIMBALL, b. July 05, 19.., Tamworth, NSW.

ii. JEREMIE OWEN KIMBALL, b. March 13, 19.., Tamworth, NSW.

 

 

62. RICHARD LAWRENCE19 KIMBALL (CYRUS LAWRENCE18, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1)51 was born October 15, 19.. in Blacktown, NSW52,53. He married JENNIFER ANNE TAYLOR53 December 09, 1972 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia, daughter of HAROLD TAYLOR and ELIZABETH WEBB. She was born July 27, 19.. in Tamworth, NSW, Australia.

 

Child of RICHARD KIMBALL and JENNIFER TAYLOR is:

i. DAVID JOHN20 KIMBALL53, b. October 22, 19.., Tamworth, NSW53.

 

 

63. HARTLEY PHILLIP19 KIMBALL (CYRUS LAWRENCE18, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 23, 19.. in Blacktown, NSW, Australia. He married EMMA DAWN NOLLAND April 24, 1976 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia, daughter of CECIL NOLLAND and IVY ?. She was born August 11, 19.. in Tamworth, NSW.

 

Children of HARTLEY KIMBALL and EMMA NOLLAND are:

i. DIANNA LEE20 KIMBALL, b. January 09, 19.., Tamworth, NSW.

ii. NIGEL PHILLIP KIMBALL, b. March 01, 19.., Tamworth, NSW.

iii. KRISTY DAWN KIMBALL, b. March 03, 19.., Tamworth, NSW.

 

 

64. STUART LINDSAY19 KIMBALL (CYRUS LAWRENCE18, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born December 24, 19.. in Blacktown, NSW, Australia. He married CHERYL MAY KASCH September 27, 1974 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia, daughter of HENRY KASCH and MERLENE ROCK. She was born May 25, 19.. in Tamworth, NSW, Australia.

 

Children of STUART KIMBALL and CHERYL KASCH are:

99. i. KERRIE MAREE20 KIMBALL, b. January 30, 19.., Tamworth, NSW.

100. ii. MEGAN JANE KIMBALL, b. April 18, 19.., Tamworth, NSW.

iii. LINDSAY RICHARD LAWRENCE KIMBALL, b. December 08, 19...

iv. ANDREW MICHEAL KIMBALL, b. January 26, 19...

 

 

65. DALE ANDREW19 KIMBALL (CYRUS LAWRENCE18, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born December 05, 19.. in Tamworth, NSW. He married JENNINE ANNE VIAL February 11, 1984 in Tamworth, NSW, Australia, daughter of CHARLES DAVIES and HELEN LIVETT. She was born March 21, 19.. in Sydney, NSW, Australia.

 

Children of DALE KIMBALL and JENNINE VIAL are:

i. NICOLE SARAH20 KIMBALL, b. July 31, 19.., Tamworth, NSW.

ii. JESSICA MICHELLE KIMBALL, b. May 08, 19.., Tamworth, NSW.

iii. PETER MATHEW KIMBALL, b. May 20, 19.., Tamworth, NSW.

 

 

66. DUNCAN MCLEOD19 KIMBALL (HARRY BRYAN18, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 28, 19.. in Crows Nest, NSW. He married AVERIL FAYE RYMES May 16, 1992 in Canberra, ACT. She was born June 23, 19.. in Canberra, ACT.

 

Children of DUNCAN KIMBALL and AVERIL RYMES are:

i. LUCAS HARTLEY20 KIMBALL.

ii. AMELIA GRACE KIMBALL.

 

 

67. RANEE MAREE19 HILL (MAREA ESTELLE18 KIMBALL, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born August 08, 19.. in Blacktown, NSW. She met STEVEN WARWICK HANLEN August 26, 1972, son of JACK HANLEN and ETHEL LOGAN. He was born July 28, 1950 in Chatswood, NSW, and died August 20, 1996 in Yarranbell, NSW.

 

Children of RANEE HILL and STEVEN HANLEN are:

i. LEIF WHYTE20 HANLEN, b. August 06, 19.., Darwin, NT.

ii. RYAN JON HANLEN, b. October 07, 19.., Gosford, NSW.

 

 

68. MURRAY NOEL19 HILL (MAREA ESTELLE18 KIMBALL, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born February 09, 19.. in Blacktown, NSW. He married JENNIFER MARGARET DRYLIE September 06, 1975. She was born June 13, 19...

 

Children of MURRAY HILL and JENNIFER DRYLIE are:

i. MAREE ANN20 DRYLIE, b. September 08, 19..; Adopted child; m. TROY COGGAN, August 31, 1991.

ii. KAREN LEE HILL, b. June 06, 19...

iii. RAYMOND JOHN HILL, b. June 16, 19...

iv. RODNEY MARK HILL, b. June 16, 19...

v. SHANE PAUL HILL, b. March 30, 19...

 

 

69. MEEGAN LESLEY19 HILL (MAREA ESTELLE18 KIMBALL, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born June 19, 19.. in Melbourne, Vic. She married STEPHEN CLARKE BELL February 22, 1975. He was born November 19, 19...

 

Children of MEEGAN HILL and STEPHEN BELL are:

i. JADE LUKE20 BELL, b. May 22, 19..; Adopted child.

ii. MATHEW WILLIAM BELL, b. January 28, 19..; Adopted child.

 

 

70. STEVEN JAMES19 KIMBALL (JAMES OWEN TERRY18, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born June 22, 19.. in Sydney, NSW. He married LYNETTE ANN STOKES February 05, 1983. She was born April 11, 19...

 

Children of STEVEN KIMBALL and LYNETTE STOKES are:

i. ASHLEE MAREE20 KIMBALL, b. November 21, 19.., Wagga Wagga, NSW.

ii. HAYLEY MICHELE KIMBALL, b. August 06, 19.., Wagga Wagga, NSW.

iii. AARON JAMES KIMBALL, b. May 25, 19.., Wagga Wagga, NSW.

iv. MELONY ELISE KIMBALL, b. 19...

 

 

71. MORGAN LEE19 KIMBALL (JAMES OWEN TERRY18, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born December 21, 19.. in Nowra, NSW. He married RAE ROMAIN COVENTRY November 27, 1982 in Wagga Wagga. She was born April 06, 19.. in Wagga Wagga.

 

Children of MORGAN KIMBALL and RAE COVENTRY are:

i. MATTHEW LACHLAN20 KIMBALL, b. August 05, 19.., Nowra, NSW.

ii. EBONY LOUISE KIMBALL, b. October 04, 19.., Nowra, NSW.

 

 

72. SYLVIA JUNE19 PARKER (LORNA18 WALKER, VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born June 18, 19.. in Gilgandra, NSW, Australia. She married (1) ERIC SMITH. She married (2) DAVID HYNDES.

 

Children of SYLVIA PARKER and DAVID HYNDES are:

i. MICAEL20 HYNDES.

ii. STEPHEN HYNDES.

 

 

73. JEAN19 PARKER (LORNA18 WALKER, VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born July 31, 19.. in Gilgandra, NSW, Australia. She married EDWARD JOHN COLLISON May 01, 1959. He was born April 13, 19.. in Gilgandra, NSW.

 

Children of JEAN PARKER and EDWARD COLLISON are:

101. i. ROBYN JEAN20 COLLISON, b. August 23, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW.

102. ii. GREGORY JOHN COLLISON, b. September 18, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW.

103. iii. SHARON LEE COLLISON, b. March 04, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW.

104. iv. MARK ANDREW COLLISON, b. Unknown.

105. v. FRANCES COLLISON, b. Unknown.

 

 

74. JOY LORAINE19 DURHAM (DOROTHY BELL18 WALKER, VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born October 31, 19.. in Orange, NSW. She married COLIN LESLIE BENTON September 04, 1965 in Orange, NSW. He was born September 25, 19.. in Dubbo, NSW Australia.

 

Children of JOY DURHAM and COLIN BENTON are:

i. MELINDA ANNE20 BENTON, b. May 21, 19.., Coonable, NSW; m. LEE ALAN HARRISON, 1990, Griffith, NSW; b. April 21, 19.., Griffith, NSW.

ii. SUELLEN KAREN BENTON, b. October 24, 19.., Coonable, NSW; m. ANTHONY ADRIAN FLETCHER, October 03, 1992, Griffith, NSW; b. August 21, 19...

 

 

75. CHERYL19 RYAN (SHIRLEY JOYCE18 WALKER, VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born September 28, 19.. in Dubbo, NSW Australia. She married LEX NALDER January 19, 1979 in Gilgandra, NSW, Australia. He was born July 24, 19...

 

Children of CHERYL RYAN and LEX NALDER are:

i. ALLISSA20 NALDER, b. April 11, 19.., Dubbo, NSW.

ii. KAYLEE NALDER, b. March 13, 19.., Dubbo, NSW.

iii. RHEANNA NALDER, b. March 13, 19.., Dubbo, NSW.

 

 

76. DAVID JOHN19 SMITH (WILLIAM GEORGE18, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born March 31, 19... He married PATRICIA FABAH.

 

Children of DAVID SMITH and PATRICIA FABAH are:

i. CRAIG20 SMITH.

ii. JASON SMITH.

iii. TRACEY SMITH.

 

 

77. GARY WILLIAM19 SMITH (WILLIAM GEORGE18, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born August 13, 19... He married CAROL BARLING.

 

Children of GARY SMITH and CAROL BARLING are:

i. KELLIE20 SMITH.

ii. MICHELE SMITH.

iii. ANDREW SMITH.

 

 

78. JAMES FRANCIS19 SMITH (WILLIAM GEORGE18, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born June 28, 19... He married ANGELA MANNING.

 

Children of JAMES SMITH and ANGELA MANNING are:

i. ADRIAN20 SMITH.

ii. MATHEW SMITH.

 

 

79. CHERYL ANN19 SMITH (WILLIAM GEORGE18, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born August 23, 19... She married COLIN JACKSON.

 

Children of CHERYL SMITH and COLIN JACKSON are:

i. AARON WILLIAM20 JACKSON, b. January 20, 19...

ii. EMMA JANE JACKSON, b. January 20, 19...

iii. CARA MAREE JACKSON, b. August 19...

 

 

80. KATHERINE ROBIN19 SMITH (WILLIAM GEORGE18, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born August 11, 19... She married (1) ROBERT ELEY. She married (2) ALAN SAWREY.

 

Children of KATHERINE SMITH and ROBERT ELEY are:

i. REBECCA20 ELLEY.

ii. NATHAN ELLEY, b. 19...

 

 

81. MARIA ANN19 SMITH (WILLIAM GEORGE18, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born April 10, 19... She married NOEL KIM MEWS October 03, 1981. He was born December 07, 19...

 

Children of MARIA SMITH and NOEL MEWS are:

i. AMANDA JANE20 MEWS, b. February 01, 19...

ii. THERESA MAREE MEWS, b. September 06, 19...

iii. THOMAS WILLIAM MEWS, b. July 14, 19...

 

 

82. JANE MARGARET19 SMITH (WILLIAM GEORGE18, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born August 23, 19... She married ALEXANDER BORGH.

 

Children of JANE SMITH and ALEXANDER BORGH are:

i. ADAM20 BORGH, b. December 07, 19...

ii. DANIEL BORGH, b. 19...

 

 

83. PATRICK JAMES19 SMITH (RICHARD PATRICK18, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born June 22, 19.. in Narromine, NSW. He married ROBYN GRACE JEFFERY June 19, 1971 in Dubbo, NSW Australia.

 

Children of PATRICK SMITH and ROBYN JEFFERY are:

i. LEETINA MARIE20 SMITH, b. July 21, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

ii. MARK ANTHONY SMITH, b. May 25, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

iii. JUSTIN PATRICK SMITH, b. August 09, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

iv. MARTEEN ROBYN SMITH, b. January 13, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

 

 

84. KERRI ANNE19 SMITH (RICHARD PATRICK18, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born November 29, 19.. in Narromine, NSW. She married GLEN HUTCHISON April 10, 1971 in Narromine, NSW.

 

Children of KERRI SMITH and GLEN HUTCHISON are:

i. ADAM WILLIAM20 HUTCHISON, b. May 25, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

ii. RICHARD BRUCE HUTCHISON, b. August 28, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

iii. KYLA TERRI HUTCHISON, b. January 14, 19.., Narromine, NSW.

 

 

85. RICHARD MARK19 SMITH (RICHARD PATRICK18, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born September 13, 19.. in Narromine, NSW. He married JANELLE ANNE FOXALL February 16, 1981 in Dubbo, NSW Australia.

 

Children of RICHARD SMITH and JANELLE FOXALL are:

i. TIMOTHY PATRICK20 SMITH, b. December 24, 19.., Dubbo, NSW Australia.

ii. MITCHELL ROBERT SMITH, b. January 27, 19.., Dubbo, NSW Australia.

 

 

86. THOMAS JEFFERY19 RILEY (MARJORY JOAN18 SMITH, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born November 07, 19.. in Narromine, NSW. He married JANETTE LEIGH SUTHERLAND.

 

Child of THOMAS RILEY and JANETTE SUTHERLAND is:

i. CYRUS THOMAS20 RILEY, b. September 23, 19.., Dubbo, NSW Australia.

 

 

87. ROBERT KIMBALL19 RILEY (MARJORY JOAN18 SMITH, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born November 01, 19.. in Narromine, NSW. He married VANNESSA JOY-ANN POWER August 29, 1978 in Dubbo, NSW Australia.

 

Children of ROBERT RILEY and VANNESSA POWER are:

i. BEAU THOMAS20 RILEY, b. March 30, 19...

ii. ZACHARY BLEAU RILEY, b. November 06, 19...

iii. SETH WILLIAM RILEY, b. June 28, 19...

 

 

88. DONNA SUZANNE19 RILEY (MARJORY JOAN18 SMITH, EMILY MAUDE17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born April 13, 19.. in Narromine, NSW.

 

Children of DONNA SUZANNE RILEY are:

i. CALOB20 RILEY.

ii. ZEAK RILEY.

 

 

89. JENNIFER JANE19 VAGG (CATHERINE JOAN18 PARKER, GRACE GWYNNETH17 BRYANT, ELIZA JANE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born June 18, 19.. in Hillston, NSW. She married RODNEY DAVID GRIFFITH January 26, 1973 in Hillston, NSW. He was born April 09 in Orange, NSW, Australia.

 

Children of JENNIFER VAGG and RODNEY GRIFFITH are:

i. TIMOTHY ANDREW20 GRIFFITH, b. December 18, 19...

ii. SHARON ELIZABETH GRIFFITH, b. February 04, 19...

iii. NEIL ALEXANDER GRIFFITH, b. March 09, 19...

iv. MARK OWEN GRIFFITH, b. January 24, 19...

 

 

90. CATHERINE MOIRA19 VAGG (CATHERINE JOAN18 PARKER, GRACE GWYNNETH17 BRYANT, ELIZA JANE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 22, 19.. in Hay, NSW. She married JOSEF SAYER 1973.

 

Children of CATHERINE VAGG and JOSEF SAYER are:

i. VINCENT JOSEPH20 SAYER, b. December 23, 19.., Hillston, NSW.

ii. BENJAMIN MATHEW SAYER, b. July 19, 19.., Mossman, Nth. Qld.

iii. ANNE HELLEN DUNNE, b. January 02, 19.., Sydney, NSW.

 

 

91. JONATHAN ALBERT19 VAGG (CATHERINE JOAN18 PARKER, GRACE GWYNNETH17 BRYANT, ELIZA JANE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born December 11, 19.. in Hillston, NSW. He married NAOMI JOSEPHINE PARKER January 02, 1988. She was born December 14.

 

Children of JONATHAN VAGG and NAOMI PARKER are:

i. ALLAN JAMES20 VAGG, b. February 25, 19.., Griffith, NSW.

ii. BRONWYN JOSEPHINE VAGG, b. November 22, 19.., Griffith, NSW.

 

 

92. JOFFRE KIMBAL19 O'SHANNESSY (ELIZABETH MARY18 MCGIRR, MARGARET BERYL17 BRYANT, ELIZA JANE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 14, 19.. in Crows Nest, Sydney, NSW. He married DIANA ELIZABETH GEORGE.

 

Children of JOFFRE O'SHANNESSY and DIANA GEORGE are:

i. DAVID20 O'SHANNESSY.

ii. LAUREN O'SHANNESSY.

iii. MARQUERITE O'SHANNESSY.

 

 

93. ELIZABETH MARY19 O'SHANNESSY (ELIZABETH MARY18 MCGIRR, MARGARET BERYL17 BRYANT, ELIZA JANE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born February 22, 19... She married GARRET THOMAS HAND.

 

Children of ELIZABETH O'SHANNESSY and GARRET HAND are:

i. JAMES20 HAND.

ii. JOANNA HAND.

iii. MATTHEW HAND.

 

 

94. BERYL MARION19 RIDGE (MARGARET BERYL18 MCGIRR, MARGARET BERYL17 BRYANT, ELIZA JANE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 10. She married COLIN LEIGO.

 

Children of BERYL RIDGE and COLIN LEIGO are:

i. SALLY LILA20 LEIGO.

ii. TRUDIE MARGARET LEIGO.

 

 

95. LAUREL19 DWYER (ELAINE18 WOODWARD, GRACE17 FRANKS, HARRIET GRACE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) She married RON TYRELL.

 

Children of LAUREL DWYER and RON TYRELL are:

i. JOHN20 TYRELL.

ii. DAVID TYRELL.

iii. PETER TYRELL.

iv. KATHRYN TYRELL.

v. JENNIFER TYRELL.

 

 

96. JOHN WILLIAM19 DWYER (ELAINE18 WOODWARD, GRACE17 FRANKS, HARRIET GRACE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born November 10, 19.. in Parks, NSW, Australia. He married JANENE GOLDIE DUMESY March 05, 1977 in Parks, NSW, Australia.

 

Children of JOHN DWYER and JANENE DUMESY are:

i. CHARLES ANTHONY20 DWYER.

ii. ANNE-LOUISE DWYER.

iii. MATTHEW JOHN DWYER.

 

 

97. MARK RICHARD19 DWYER (ELAINE18 WOODWARD, GRACE17 FRANKS, HARRIET GRACE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born July 11, 19.. in Parks, NSW, Australia. He married KERRY ELIZABETH JOB April 19, 1980 in Parkes, NSW.

 

Children of MARK DWYER and KERRY JOB are:

i. DANIEL CHARLES20 DWYER.

ii. KATRINA MARIE DWYER.

 

 

98. LOUISE MARY19 DWYER (ELAINE18 WOODWARD, GRACE17 FRANKS, HARRIET GRACE16 KIMBALL, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born March 23, 19.. in Parks, NSW, Australia.

 

Children of LOUISE MARY DWYER are:

i. ASHLIEGH GRACE20 DWYER.

ii. TIMOTHY JOHN GILLOGY.

 

 

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99. KERRIE MAREE20 KIMBALL (STUART LINDSAY19, CYRUS LAWRENCE18, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born January 30, 19.. in Tamworth, NSW. She married ROBERT CHARLES HARVEY September 27, 1997 in Tamworth, NSW, son of ROBERT HARVEY and PATRICIA MAREE. He was born August 25, 19.. in Ballina, NSW.

 

Child of KERRIE KIMBALL and ROBERT HARVEY is:

i. SHIRALEE MYEE21 HARVEY, b. January 17, 19.., Logan Village, Qld.

 

 

100. MEGAN JANE20 KIMBALL (STUART LINDSAY19, CYRUS LAWRENCE18, RICHARD CYRUS17, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born April 18, 19.. in Tamworth, NSW.

 

Child of MEGAN JANE KIMBALL is:

i. JOSEPHINE ROSE21 PHILP, b. July 23, 19...

 

 

101. ROBYN JEAN20 COLLISON (JEAN19 PARKER, LORNA18 WALKER, VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born August 23, 19.. in Gilgandra, NSW. She married CHRISTOPHER JOHN HOWARD September 28, 1980 in Gilgandra, NSW. He was born in Gilgandra, NSW.

 

Children of ROBYN COLLISON and CHRISTOPHER HOWARD are:

i. RENNE JEAN21 HOWARD, b. April 07, 19...

ii. KASEY LEE HOWARD, b. December 19, 19...

iii. ADAM CHRISTOPHER HOWARD, b. February 26, 19...

 

 

102. GREGORY JOHN20 COLLISON (JEAN19 PARKER, LORNA18 WALKER, VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born September 18, 19.. in Gilgandra, NSW. He married DEBBIE LEAHMAN October 10, 1988 in Gilgandra, NSW.

 

Children of GREGORY COLLISON and DEBBIE LEAHMAN are:

i. KRISTY LEE21 COLLISON, b. October 22, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW.

ii. GREGORY JOHN COLLISON, b. June 10, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW.

iii. CLOE ANN COLLISON, b. March 05, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW.

 

 

103. SHARON LEE20 COLLISON (JEAN19 PARKER, LORNA18 WALKER, VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born March 04, 19.. in Gilgandra, NSW. She married PAUL GREGORY RYAN February 16, 1985 in Gilgandra, NSW. He was born March 10, 19.. in Gilgandra, NSW.

 

Children of SHARON COLLISON and PAUL RYAN are:

i. DANIEL JOHN21 RYAN, b. November 28, 19.., Dubbo, NSW.

ii. JOSEPH PAUL RYAN, b. April 13, 19.., Gilgandra, NSW.

iii. REBECCA MARY RYAN.

 

 

104. MARK ANDREW20 COLLISON (JEAN19 PARKER, LORNA18 WALKER, VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born Unknown. He married TRACY MORRIS 1991.

 

Children of MARK COLLISON and TRACY MORRIS are:

i. LUKE ANDREW21 COLLISON, b. 19...

ii. BLAKE MATTHEW COLLISON, b. 19...

 

 

105. FRANCES20 COLLISON (JEAN19 PARKER, LORNA18 WALKER, VERA GLADYS17 KIMBALL, HARTLEY OWENS16, CYRUS15, HARTLEY14, NICHOLAS13, DAVID12, JEREMIAH11, DAVID10, BENJAMIN9, RICHARD8, HENRY7 KEMBALL, HENRY6 KEMBOLD, HENRY5, HENRY4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, THOMAS1) was born Unknown. She married EDWIN ERNEST EASON 1989.

 

Children of FRANCES COLLISON and EDWIN EASON are:

i. MEGAN21 EASON, b. 19...

ii. JARRYD THOMAS EASON.

 

 

 

Endnotes

 

1. Kimball Family News Vol.1 No. 4 1898..

2. Vital Records, Town Office, Mercer, ME Rec. No. 335.

3. Vital Records, Town Office, Mercer, ME Rec. No., IGI File Number 458634.

4. IGI, AFN : 1FBN-SSS.

5. Vital Records, Town Office, Mercer, ME Rec. No..

6. IGI, AFN : M522661.

7. Vital Records, Town Office, Mercer, ME. Rec. No. 389.

8. NSW BDMs Birth Records No. 22508, page 827.

9. Vital Records, Town Office, Mercer, ME. Rec. No. 389.

10. Death Certificate for Cyrus Kimball, NSW BDMs ( Parkes ), D 195524.

11. Vital Records, Town Office, Mercer, ME Rec. No..

12. Birth Cert. for Hartley O Kimball, NSW. BDMs No. 23398.

13. Death Certificate for Hartley Owen Kimball, NSW BDMs ( Peak Hill ), Reg.No. 396.

14. Marriage Certificate for Hartley Owen Kimball, NSW BDMs No. 5442.

15. Birth Cert. for Alice Jane Scudds, NSW BDMs No. 13611.

16. Death Cert. for Edith Jane Scudds NSW BDMs No. 421.

17. Birth Cert. for , Lloyd Scudds, NSW BDMs No. 12643.

18. Berth Cretificate for Cyrus Kenneth Bryant, NSW BDMs No. 27810.

19. Berth Cretificate for James H. Bryant, NSW BDMs No. 28587.

20. Berth Cretificate for Kieth A. Bryant, NSW BDMs No. 26288.

21. Berth Cretificate for Edith Jane Scudds, NSW BDMs No. 26843.

22. Marriage Records for Harriett M Kimball, NSW BDMs No. 4542.

23. Death Certificate for William Franks, NSW BDMs 3488.

24. Birth Cert. for Lily Jane Scudds, NSW BDMs No. 12245.

25. Berth Cretificate for Edith Jane Scudds, NSW BDMs No. 26843.

26. Death Cert. for Edith Jane Scudds NSW BDMs No. 421

27. Birth Cert. for Hartley O Kimball, NSW. BDMs No. 23398.

28. Marriage Cert. for Grace May Kimball; NSW BDMs NO. 10804.

29. NSW Probate Files, Number 834750.

30. Birth Cert. for Bella E Kimball, NSW. BDMs No.14997.

31. Death Certificate for Richard Cyrus Kimball, NSW BDMs No. 11268.

32. Marriage Cert. Hannah Doris Lohman, NSW BDMs Reg. No. 11764.

33. Birth Cretificate for Hannah Doris Lohman, NSW BDMs, 7175.

34. Birth Cert. for Bella E Kimball, NSW. BDMs No.14997.

35. Marriage Records for Isabella E Kimball; NSW BDMs No. 14113.

36. Birth Cert. for Vera Gladys Kimball, NSW BDMs N0. 34483.

37. Birth Cert. for Hartley O Kimball, NSW. BDMs No. 23398.

38. Marriage Cert. for Emily Maude Kimball, NSW BDMs No. 17813.

39. NSW BDMs Birth Records No. 22508.

40. Birth Cert. for Hartley O Kimball, NSW. BDMs No. 23398.

41. Marriage Records for Harriett M Kimball, NSW BDMs No. 4542.

42. Berth Cretificate for Leonard Hunter, NSW BDMs No. 24028.

43. Berth Cretificate for Grace G. Bryant, NSW BDMs No. 15363.

44. Marriage Certificate for Grace G. Bryant & William Parker, NSW BDMs No. 7611.

45. Berth Cretificate for William G. Parker, NSW BDMs No. 29306.

46. Berth Cretificate for Margaret B. Bryant, NSW BDMs No. 14876.

47. Marriage Certificate for Grace Franks, NSW BDMs No. 6556.

48. Berth Cretificate for William J. R. Woodward, NSW BDMs No. 24490.

49. Marriage Cert. for Cyrus lawrence Kimball, NSW BDMs No. 16381.

50. Death Certificate for; Kerrie Ann Lorraine Kimball, No. 07217.

51. taylor.ftw, Date of Import: May 5, 2000.

52. Berth Certificate for Richard L. Kimball. No. 57904.

53. taylor.ftw, Date of Import: May 5, 2000.

 

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