The clerk of Glasgow Parish Scotland wrote in 1914 re this person. ALLARDICE, James, left Kirriemuir, Forfarshire Scotland in 1912, leaving a wife and 2 children. Wrote from Wellington New Zealand in 1916 re George HASTINGS of Lansdowne Masterton New Zealand, the father of her illegitimate female child who was born in August 1908.
ALLEN, David, wrote from Newry Ireland in 1914, re William WYLIE, from Co.
Father James writes from Invercargill thanking police for their efforts.
ANDERSON, Howard, Harbourne, Birmingham England, wrote in 1907 re Henry STUBBINGS, a relative.
She left Glasgow in 1852 for Bendigo, was last heard of in 1865; had two children, Mary and William. In 18 Jersey official writes re his supporting his family there. He has stopped sending maintenance to his family, and the Parish has had to do so. ALLAN, William Pearson Jnr, wrote from Balclutha New Zealand in 1900 re his father of the same name who left there 12 years ago. Robert GIRVAN who came on the same ship with him reports that he is ‘addicted to drink’. ALLARDICE, Mrs Margaret of Glengate, Kirriemuir, Forfarshire Scotland, wrote in 1917 re her husband James, who left there five years ago, and since then she had to live on charity. 6 pages and a photograph of the couple and their two sons. (Note: See comment about copying photographs at top of page) ALLCOCK, Elizabeth writes from Manchester in 1892. Elizabeth, of Hamilton, Ontario Canada, wrote in 1914 re cousin Henry HALLIDAY, and wife Mary and uncle and aunt John and Margaret WOOLEY .
ALLAN, Henry, plasterer, left Jersey Channel Islands in 1888 for Geelong. He was a cabinet maker, 38 years of age, who came to Melbourne in 1912, leaving his wife and two children there. In 1915 the Parish Council writes, asking him to contribute maintenance. She has a maintenance order out on him, but he can’t be located.
Police find he used the name Henry Laurence VERNARD but confessed his real name to his doctor before his death. Police interview Robert MATICI, who gives details of his scandalous actions some years ago, but no trace of him found.
CLARKENSON re the death of her husband in Melbourne in 1913. AMERICI, Ugo, son of Leopoldo, born 1868 Perugia Italy, said to be in Melbourne under name Scotti MANCINELLI, was sought by the Italian consul Melbourne in 1916. Relatives haven’t heard from him for 5 years and his 83 year old brother Ogden is anxious to hear from him, so the writer is enquiring on his behalf.
AMBROSE, Frank, wrote from Boston Mass., in 1904 re Michael and Maurice Ambrose, who left for Australia in the 1850s. AMBROSE, Mrs Rose, of Rochester New York US, wrote in 1911 re her uncle Thomas SHORT, who left Ireland when a young man and came to Melbourne.
Allen, Picton, Marlborough, New Zealand in 1906; he was formerly in the Post & Telegraph Office there, won money in Tatts lottery and left for Australia, became associated with a married woman and both were drinking heavily. ALLISON, Frederick Allison, formerly Inspector of Works & Measures, West Ham, London, left there in 1891 and hasn’t been heard of since. Amelia Allison c/- Anstey & Sons, Plaistow, London UK, wrote in 1895.
Nurse at Military Hospital, Leeds England, wrote in 1916 re her brother John William Allison, who arrived in Australia in 1913.
ADAMS, Annie or GALLOWAY, sought by uncle William GRAY, engineer, Moffat Mills near Airdrie, Scotland in 1897. She is a daughter of the late Thomas who died in Cumberland.
Her son Thomas, 69 years is located, and family details are given. ADMES, Miss Annie of Newcastle on Tyne England wrote in 1897 re her uncle John TODD, who was from Alston Northumberland. Tipperary Ireland, wrote in 1862 re only son Michael, in police force, but he has heard he is dead. will you in charity drop a line to a broken-hearted distracted Father …’.