Olive May Gowlett

F, b. 21 January 1905, d. 19 April 1987
  • Olive May Gowlett was born on 21 January 1905 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Benjamin Gowlett and Annie Margaretha Reimers.
  • At the age of 20 years, 4 months and 20 days, Olive May Gowlett married Francis Burton Deeth, son of Charles Burton Death and Ellen Matilda Barnes, on 10 June 1925 in Queensland. The details of their wedding were reported in The Queenslander :- "At the Methodist Church, Crow's Nest, on June 10, the marriage was solemnised of Mr. Francis (Frank) Burton Deeth (eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C.B.Deeth, Linville, Pechey) and Miss Olive May Gowlett (fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs. Gowlett, Djuan). Rev. H. Garrett officiated, and Mr J. White presided at the organ". Whilst the register was being signed Mrs. McNairn rendered a vocal solo. The church had been decorated by friends, under the supervision of Mr. J. White. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a frock of white voile, finished with pin tucks and guipure.
    Her tulle veil was finished with orange blossom. She carried a sheaf of lilies with white streamer. Miss Beryl Gowlett,  who attended her sister as bridesmaid, wore a frock of shell-pink Marocain and a pink tulle cap. Her bouquet was of pale pink carnations and white streamers. Mr. Percy McLean carried out the duties of best man. After the ceremony the guests were entertained by the bride groom's parents at their residence, Linville. Subsequently Mr. and Mrs. Deeth left for Coolangatta and Tweed Heads. The bride wore a trailing costume of nigger brown gabardine with fur trimmings and a felt hat to harmonise"
     
    Olive had been a teacher at Perseverance School. After their marriage the couple lived at their dairy farm "Wyalla" at Hampton.
  • Olive May Gowlett and Francis Burton Deeth appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Hampton. Frank was a farmer.
  • On 24 April 1965,her husband, Francis Burton Deeth died in Kleinton, Queensland, at age 63. He suffered from acute leukaemia.
  • Olive May Gowlett died on 19 April 1987 in Queensland at age 82.
  • Olive was buried on 22 April 1987 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.

Children of Olive May Gowlett and Francis Burton Deeth

Oliver Tonneson Gowlett

M, b. 1899
  • Oliver Tonneson Gowlett was born in 1899 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Louisa Gowlett.

Ralph Littleton Gowlett

M, b. 1 July 1897, d. November 1912
  • Ralph Littleton Gowlett was born on 1 July 1897 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of James Thomas Gowlett and Mary Ball Littleton.
  • Ralph Littleton Gowlett died in November 1912 in Highfields, Queensland, at age 15. Ralph died from a bullet wound to the head after a Winchester pea rifle discharged. An inquest was held into his death as reported by The Brisbane Courier on 25 November 1912 - An inquiry was held today into the circumstances of the death of Ralph Littleton Gowlett, of Highfields road, who was, found dead with a bullet wound in his head on November 6 in a dairy at his fathers residence. Evidence was given by Thomas Gowlett (father of the deceased), Mrs. Gowlett (mother), and Constable Scanlon who produced a certifificate from Dr Freshney showing that the immediate cause of death was a bullet wound in the brain with hemorrhage supervening. His evidence indicated that the wound was inflicted by a Winchester pea rifle accidentally exploded. Sergeant MCCarthy conducted the examination of
    witnesses.


Reuben Gowlett

M, b. June 1861, d. 20 April 1936
  • Reuben Gowlett's birth was registered in the Saffron Walden, Essex Registration District in the June 1861 Quarter.
  • He was the son of William Gowlett and Sarah Ann Unwin.
  • Reuben Gowlett immigrated in 1862 with William Gowlett and Sarah Ann Unwin. William 24, and Sarah Ann 20, travelled on the Wansfell with their two children George H aged 2 and Reuben, an infant. George died on the journey. Sarah's brothers William and Charles and Charles' family made the journey with them.
  • At the age of 24 years, Reuben Gowlett married Catherine Sheridan, daughter of Frank Sheriden and Ellen Plant, in 1886 in Queensland.
  • Conditional approval for Reuben Gowlett and Reuben Gowlett's selection of landwas given on 24 November 1888. He selected 40 acres of land at Beauaraba (near Ravensbourne). "For the agricultural township farms adjoining the village of Ravensbourne there was great competition, many of the portions being applied for from four to ten times over. The ballot had to be resorted to in no less than 50 cases; this, with the refunding of the amounts paid by the unsuccessful applicants, necessarily occupied  a deal of time, and it was not till half-past 6 O'clock that the business was concluded, and the court closed. By 7 o'clock the whole of the refundments had been paid over to 115 applicants. The 76 portions adjoining the village of Ravensbourne, granted at the land court, were  apportioned among 62 selectors, so there is every probability of the village settlement of Ravensbourne proving a success. The total area granted at the court was 5025 acres among 68 applicants."
  • On 25 November 1908,his wife, Catherine Sheridan died in Queensland.
  • At the age of 49 years, Reuben Gowlett married Jane Neller, daughter of Joseph Neller and Emma Bishop, in 1911 in Queensland.
  • On 25 February 1933,his wife, Jane Neller died in Queensland. At the time she was living at 125 North Steet, Toowoomba.
  • Reuben Gowlett died on 20 April 1936 in Queensland at age 74. He was accidentally killed when he was walking along the railway tracks. He was living with his daughter Adelle in North Street, Toowoomba at the time.
  • Reuben was buried on 22 April 1936 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.

Children of Reuben Gowlett and Catherine Sheridan

Children of Reuben Gowlett and Jane Neller

Ruby Winifred Gowlett

F, b. 24 October 1900, d. 22 February 1982
  • Ruby Winifred Gowlett was born on 24 October 1900 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Benjamin Gowlett and Annie Margaretha Reimers.
  • At the age of 24 years, 6 months and 12 days, Ruby Winifred Gowlett married Ernest Dascombe, son of Lewis Dascombe and Adah Priscilla Parks, on 6 May 1925 in Queensland. Ruby was living at Djuan at the time they married. After their marriage they worked Ernies' fathers property Newlands for a number of years. They then moved to their own land near by - The Out Post.
  • Ruby Winifred Gowlett and Ernest Dascombe appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1930 and 1943 living at Newlands, Haden. Ernie was a farmer.
  • On 14 December 1958,her husband, Ernest Dascombe died in Queensland.
  • Ruby Winifred Gowlett died on 22 February 1982 in Queensland at age 81.
  • Ruby was buried on 23 February 1982 in Goombungee Cemetery.

Child of Ruby Winifred Gowlett and Ernest Dascombe

Stanley Thomas Gowlett

M, b. 8 November 1895, d. 1960
  • Stanley Thomas Gowlett was born on 8 November 1895 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of James Thomas Gowlett and Mary Ball Littleton.
  • At the age of 21 years, Stanley Thomas Gowlett married Olive Harper in 1917.
  • Stanley Thomas Gowlett died in 1960 in Queensland.

Children of Stanley Thomas Gowlett and Olive Harper

Susan Gowlett

F, b. 1863, d. 1935

Wilfred Reuben (Bill) Gowlett

M, b. circa 1899, d. 23 March 2008
  • Wilfred Reuben (Bill) Gowlett was born circa 1899.
  • He was the son of Reuben Gowlett and Catherine Sheridan.
  • Wilfred Reuben (Bill) Gowlett died on 23 March 2008 in Queensland.

William Gowlett

M, b. 1835, d. 2 August 1919
  • William Gowlett was born in 1835. He was the son of James Gowlett and Elizabeth Ruhle.
  • His marriage, at 23 years, to Sarah Ann Unwin, daughter of Thomas Unwin and Frances Lennard, was registered in the June 1858 Quarter in Saffron Walden, Essex Registration District.
  • William Gowlett and Sarah Ann Unwin immigrated in 1862. William 24, and Sarah Ann 20, travelled on the Wansfell with their two children George H aged 2 and Reuben, an infant. George died on the journey. Sarah's brothers William and Charles and Charles' family made the journey with them.
  • On 8 April 1876 The Queenslander newspaper reported that a Certificate had been issued to W. Gowlett for land at Indooroopilly in East Moreton District.
  • On 11 April 1885 William's resignation from the Highfields Divisional Board was reported in The Queenslander.
  • William Gowlett and Sarah Ann Unwin appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1905 living at Koorjarewon (Highfields). William was a farmer. Daughter Grace carried out home duties.
  • William Gowlett died on 2 August 1919 in Queensland.
  • William was buried in Cabarlah Cemetery.

Children of William Gowlett and Sarah Ann Unwin

William Alfred Gowlett

M, b. 7 August 1871, d. 12 January 1942
  • William Alfred Gowlett was born on 7 August 1871 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of William Gowlett and Sarah Ann Unwin.
  • At the age of 32 years, 11 months and 14 days, William Alfred Gowlett married Davidenia Ward, daughter of David Ward and Charlotte Harris, on 21 July 1904 in Queensland.
  • Alfred lost his leg in a dray accident. He was until then a great dancer.
  • William Alfred Gowlett and Davidenia Ward appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1925 living at Highfields. William was a farmer.
  • William Alfred Gowlett died on 12 January 1942 in Dutton Park, Queensland, at age 70. He left an estate of property worth 467 pound and personal wealth of 1786 pounds.
  • William was cremated on 13 January 1942 in Mt Thompson Crematorium.

Children of William Alfred Gowlett and Davidenia Ward

Willliam Leslie Gowlett

M, b. 9 April 1899, d. 1982
  • Willliam Leslie Gowlett was also known as Leslie William.
  • He was born on 9 April 1899 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of James Thomas Gowlett and Mary Ball Littleton.
  • Willliam Leslie Gowlett enlisted in the AIF on 10 April 1917. His service number was 50631 and he was a farmer of Highfields aged 18 years. He gave his next of kin as his mother Mary Gowlett. He was a Private in the Queeensland Reinforcements I and his Unit embarked from Sydney on RMS Osterley on 8 May 1918. He returned to Australia on 22 July 1919 after serving in the 3rd Machine Gun Battalion.
  • At the age of 34 years, Willliam Leslie Gowlett married Golda Augusta Muller in 1934 in Queensland.
  • At the time of his father James Thomas' death in 1939 Les and Golda were living in Cooyar.
  • Willliam Leslie Gowlett died in 1982.

Winifred Harriet Gowlett

F, b. 6 June 1904, d. 2000

Albert James Gracey

M, b. 10 February 1881, d. 8 March 1950
  • Albert James Gracey was born on 10 February 1881 in Cooyar.
  • He was the son of John Gracey and Ellen Hurley.
  • In 1901 his name appeared in the Queensland Post Office Directory. He was a selector living at Thornville.
  • Albert James Gracey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Djuan. He was a farmer.
  • At the age of 28 years, 5 months and 25 days, Albert James Gracey married Eva May Mann on 4 August 1909 in Queensland.
  • Albert James Gracey and Eva May Mann appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1930 living at Nutgrove. Albert, like his brother Robet was a carrier. Eva carried out home duties. Albert's mother may have lived with them.
  • On 6 August 1933,Albert James Gracey's mother, Ellen Hurley died in Nutgrove, Queensland, at age 81. Her obituary appeard in The Brisbane Courier: -" The death took place on August 6 at her home, at Nutgrove, of Mrs. Ellen Gracey, relict of the late Mr. John Gracey. The late Mrs. Gracey, who was 77 years of age, was one of the early pioneers, and took up land with her late husband at Nutgrove In the early seventies. She is survived by four daughters. Mesdames J. Hale (Kaimkillenbun), J. Pincott (Tarong). M. Smoothy (Wengenville), and Kathleen (Cooyar), and three sons, Messrs. Charles Gracey (Cooyar), A. J. Gracey (Nutgrove), and Robert Gracey (Nutgrove)."
  • Albert James Gracey was listed as the next of kin of Catherine (Jean) Gracey when she enlisted in the Australian Army on 28 January 1942 in Brisbane. Jean was living at Nutgrove at the time she enlisted and gave her father Albert as her next of kin. She was discharged with the rank of Lieutenant from the RAANS on 2 Jun 1950.
  • Albert James Gracey was listed as the next of kin of John James Gracey when she enlisted in the Australian Army on 20 May 1942 in Cooyar. He was living at Nutgrove at the time and gave his next of kin as his father Albert. He was discharged on 21 Oct 1945.
  • Albert James Gracey and Eva May Mann appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Nutgrove. Albert was a carrier.
  • Albert James Gracey died on 8 March 1950 in Nutgrove, Queensland, at age 69.
  • Albert was buried in April 1950 in Evergreen Cemetery.

Children of Albert James Gracey and Eva May Mann

Annie Isabell Gracey

F, b. 1910

Annie Isabella Gracey

F, b. 9 September 1885, d. 8 July 1960
  • Annie Isabella Gracey was born on 9 September 1885 in Crow's Nest.
  • She was the daughter of John Gracey and Ellen Hurley.
  • At the age of 23 years, Annie Isabella Gracey married Edward Mark Smoothy, son of Henry Smoothy and Isabella Thompson, in 1909 in Queensland.
  • In August 1933 Annie Isabella Gracey and Edward Mark Smoothy lived in Wengenville (Bunya Mountains).
  • On 6 August 1933,Annie Isabella Gracey's mother, Ellen Hurley died in Nutgrove, Queensland, at age 81. Her obituary appeard in The Brisbane Courier: -" The death took place on August 6 at her home, at Nutgrove, of Mrs. Ellen Gracey, relict of the late Mr. John Gracey. The late Mrs. Gracey, who was 77 years of age, was one of the early pioneers, and took up land with her late husband at Nutgrove In the early seventies. She is survived by four daughters. Mesdames J. Hale (Kaimkillenbun), J. Pincott (Tarong). M. Smoothy (Wengenville), and Kathleen (Cooyar), and three sons, Messrs. Charles Gracey (Cooyar), A. J. Gracey (Nutgrove), and Robert Gracey (Nutgrove)."
  • In 1948,her husband, Edward Mark Smoothy died in Queensland.
  • Annie Isabella Gracey died on 8 July 1960 in Queensland at age 74.
  • Annie was buried in Nanango Cemetery.

Bernard Joseph Gracey

M, b. 1911, d. 1954

Catherine Gracey

F, b. 16 September 1850, d. 7 September 1931
  • Catherine Gracey was born on 16 September 1850 in County Clough, Ireland.
  • She was the daughter of Charles Crumwell Gracey and Isabella Cartin.
  • Catherine Gracey immigrated in 1872.
  • At the age of 25 years, Catherine Gracey married Joseph Fenton in 1876 in Queensland.
  • On 22 January 1879 was granted a Certificate for the selection of 93 acres of land in Cooyar Parish.
  • Catherine Gracey and Joseph Fenton appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Djuan. Joseph snr was a farmer, as were his sons George, Joseph jnr and John. Kate carried out home duties.
  • Catherine Gracey and Joseph Fenton appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Thornville. Joseph was a farmer and Kate carried out home duties. His sons Joseph, John and George also farmer at Thornville. Daughter Catherine may have worked in Cooyar which she gave as her address, and Mary Elizabeth most likely still lived with the family. Son Robert was a labourer at Cooyar. By 1925 to family seems to have moved to Cooyar where Thomas was a labourer, George a tobacconist and James a teamster.
  • Catherine Gracey and Joseph Fenton appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Cooyar. He was a storekeeper. Their daughter Jane carried out home duties.
  • On 22 August 1914,her husband, Joseph Fenton died in Queensland at age 66.
  • Catherine Gracey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Cooyar. She carried out home duties and possibly lived with her son James or Thomas.
  • Catherine Gracey died on 7 September 1931 in Queensland at age 80.

Children of Catherine Gracey and Joseph Fenton

Catherine (Jean) Gracey

F, b. 29 January 1912
  • Catherine (Jean) Gracey was born on 29 January 1912 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Albert James Gracey and Eva May Mann.
  • On 9 August 1928 Jean was knocked down by a motor cycle in Bowen Bridge Road. The Brisbane Courier reported:- "Jean Gracey (adult), of Nutgrove Cooyar, was knocked down on Bowen Bridge road last evening by a motor cycle, which fractured her left leg and inflicted lacerations and contusions on her head with the possibility of a fractured skull. The Ambulance Brigade took, her to the General Hospital, where her condition at a late hour was not considered to be serious."
  • On 26 April 1936 Catherine (Jean) Gracey lived in Ipswich. Her visit to her parents was reported in The Courier Mail "Miss Gracey has returned to Ipswich after spending a holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gracey at Nutgrove."
  • She began military service on 28 January 1942 in Brisbane. Jean was living at Nutgrove at the time she enlisted and gave her father Albert as her next of kin. She was discharged with the rank of Lieutenant from the RAANS on 2 Jun 1950.
  • On 17 November 1942 The Queensland Counrty Life reported" Sister J. Gracey, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gracey, of Nutgrove, Toowoomba, is now serving in a military hospital in Australia, but is due shortly for leave, which she intends spending with her parents."

Charles Crum Gracey

M, b. 12 December 1874, d. 17 June 1952
  • Charles Crum Gracey was born on 12 December 1874 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of John Gracey and Ellen Hurley.
  • At the age of 34 years, Charles Crum Gracey married Margaret Frances Cronin in 1909 in Queensland.
  • In June 1912,Charles Crum Gracey's son, John James Gracey was buried in Evergreen Cemetery.
  • Charles Crum Gracey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Nutgrove. He was a grazier.
  • In February 1926 Margaret was applied for and was granted a provisional license for a second hotel in Cooyar as reported in The Brisbane Courier :- "New Hotel at Cooyar -The hearing of the application by Margaret Frances Gracey for the granting of a new license and the erection of a second hotel at Cooyar, to which objection had been lodged by the owner and licensee of the present hotel, Messrs Lourigan and Page was concluded in the Licensing Court, Toowoomba, before Mr F.C.M. Barne, P. M. yesterday. After the conclusion of addresses by counsel, the P.M. granted a provisional certificate, conditional on the premises being erected in accordance with the plans and specifications produced in court, with the necessary alterations shown thereon, the building to be completed within seven months, failing which the provisional certificate would be cancelled"
    An attempt was made in May 1929 to burn down the hotel. Luckily Margaret was able to douse the fire - " CHARGE OF ARSON. Gordon McRoberts was charged with having, on March 16, 1929, at Cooyar, wilfully and unlawfully set fire to the Royal Mail Hotel. Mr. T. Lehane (instructed by Mr. E. W. Cleary) appeared for the defendant, who pleaded not guilty.
    In relating the facts of the case, Mr. O'Driscoll said that the licensee of the hotel was Mrs. Gracey. Defendant commenced boarding at the hotel In March last, and was known to Mrs. Gracey for about a year. There was a lobby just inside the main entrance to the hotel in which was a pianola. There was also a stairway to the upper story from the lobby, and a stairway at the back of the hotel. Near room 7, in which tile fire occurred, there was a tank stand. Defendant occupied room No. 11 on the day of the fire. He was in bed most of the day, but got up for tea. He went over to another hotel, and had a conversation with some people and returned about 8 p.m. At the time the postmaster at Cooyar was playing the pianola, and was with his wife entertaining some friends. Defendant remained in the stairway listening to the music, and later went to his room. To get there he would have to pass room 7. The room contained the usual furniture. The post-master and friends left the hotel at 9 p.m. Mrs. Gracey then gave a man a drink at the back door, and inside immediately after her attention was attracted to a flickering light. She rushed to room 7, in which the light appeared to be, and knocked. Receiving no reply, she opened the door and found the room in flames. There was a strong smell of kerosene. She rushed out on to the balcony to get some water. Defendant was then in bed, apparently awake. She took a jug or water from his room. The fire was extinguished before much damage was done. In the drawer of the duchess in room 7 there was a bottle partly filled with kerosene. Defendant was questioned, but denied that he had any inflammable material in his possession. A bottle of petrol also was found behind the door. There were no corks in the bottles, and none were found In room 7. On being questioned, defendant denied any knowledge of the fire. The next morning Constable Yesberg went to the defendant's room, where the latter admitted that the portmanteau found in his room was his property. In it were two bottles of petrol. The bottles found in room 7 were sent to the C.I.B., Brisbane, where fingerprints on them were found to be in agreement with those of the defendant.
    After, evidence had been given by Constable Yesberg the court adjourned until this morning. His Honour intimated to the jury that they would not be looked up for the night.
  • He and Margaret Frances Cronin appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Cooyar. Charles was a labourer.
  • On 6 August 1933,Charles Crum Gracey's mother, Ellen Hurley died in Nutgrove, Queensland, at age 81. Her obituary appeard in The Brisbane Courier: -" The death took place on August 6 at her home, at Nutgrove, of Mrs. Ellen Gracey, relict of the late Mr. John Gracey. The late Mrs. Gracey, who was 77 years of age, was one of the early pioneers, and took up land with her late husband at Nutgrove In the early seventies. She is survived by four daughters. Mesdames J. Hale (Kaimkillenbun), J. Pincott (Tarong). M. Smoothy (Wengenville), and Kathleen (Cooyar), and three sons, Messrs. Charles Gracey (Cooyar), A. J. Gracey (Nutgrove), and Robert Gracey (Nutgrove)."
  • Charles Crum Gracey died on 17 June 1952 in Queensland at age 77.

Children of Charles Crum Gracey and Margaret Frances Cronin

Charles Crumwell Gracey

M, b. circa 1825
  • Charles Crumwell Gracey was also known as Crum.
  • He was born circa 1825.
  • Charles Crumwell Gracey married Isabella Cartin circa 1850.

Children of Charles Crumwell Gracey and Isabella Cartin

Colin Allenby Gracey

M, b. 20 December 1922, d. 29 January 1965
  • Colin Allenby Gracey was born on 20 December 1922 in Nutrgrove.
  • He was the son of Robert John Gracey and Gladys Mary Hile.
  • Colin Allenby Gracey enlisted in the Australian Airforce on 2 September 1943. He gave his next of kin as his father Robert and was living at Rosalie Plains at the time he enlisted. He was discharged on 19 May 1945 with the rank of Aircraftsman 1 from the 104 Fighter Control.
  • At the age of 27 years, Colin Allenby Gracey married Evelyn in 1950 in Toowoomba. They had 5 children, and lived with Colin's parents until moving to Redland Bay after the birth of their first daughter.
  • Colin Allenby Gracey died on 29 January 1965 in Queensland at age 42. He died of a massive internal haemorrhage cause by his Haemophilia.
  • Colin was buried on 2 February 1965 in Mt Gravatt Cemetery.

John Gracey

M, b. 1845, d. 11 April 1922
  • John Gracey was born in 1845 in Loughisland, County Down, Ireland.
  • He was the son of Charles Crumwell Gracey and Isabella Cartin.
  • In February 1869 He was working as a shearer at Felton Station when he gave a 5s. subscription to the Toowoomba Hospital Fund.
  • At the age of 25 years, John Gracey married Ellen Hurley, daughter of Daniel Hurley and Ellen Healy, on 30 January 1870 in Queensland. Sometime in the 1870's John and Ellen took up land at Nutgrove near Cooyar.
  • In July 1873 John's application to select 200a. 2p. Parish of Cooyar was accepted.
  • John Gracey: William Baartz was in the employ of Hon. J F McDougall. On 15 August his wife Maria visited the neighbouring Gracey selection with their children Frederick aged 6, and Elizabeth 3. While they were there Elizabeth disappeared and was though to have been taken by members of tribes of aboriginies from the Dalby and Nanango areas who were moving towards Leyburn.
  • In June 1876 John was charged in the Toowoomba Magistrates Court with stealing a mare and horse belonging toJohn Carlyle of Middle Ridge but was acquitted. He was working as a stockman on Rosalie Plains at the time of the alledged theft.
  • In 1877 John and Ellen possibly ran a boarding house five miles on the Nanango side of Cooyar Station. The boarding house in mentioned in an article regarding the death of a man from Nanango.
  • On 21 December 1898 John was declared insolvant.
  • John Gracey died on 11 April 1922 in Queensland.
  • John was buried in Evergreen Cemetery.

Children of John Gracey and Ellen Hurley

John James Gracey

M, b. 18 April 1912, d. 18 June 1912
  • John James Gracey was born on 18 April 1912 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Charles Crum Gracey and Margaret Frances Cronin.
  • John James Gracey died on 18 June 1912 in Queensland.
  • John was buried in June 1912 in Evergreen Cemetery.

John James Gracey

M, b. 2 July 1920, d. 2011
  • John James Gracey was born on 2 July 1920 in Dalby.
  • He was the son of Albert James Gracey and Eva May Mann.
  • John James Gracey enlisted in the 9th Battalion Volunteer Defence Corps on 20 May 1942 in Cooyar. He was living at Nutgrove at the time and gave his next of kin as his father Albert. He was discharged on 21 Oct 1945.
  • At the age of 27 years, John James Gracey married Gladys Millicent Hurley, daughter of Edwin Milton Hurley and Annie Theresa Doyle, in 1948.
  • John James Gracey died in 2011 in Clifton.

Kathleen Mary Gracey

F, b. 2 February 1889, d. 8 December 1981
  • Kathleen Mary Gracey was born on 2 February 1889 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of John Gracey and Ellen Hurley.
  • On 6 August 1933,Kathleen Mary Gracey's mother, Ellen Hurley died in Nutgrove, Queensland, at age 81. Her obituary appeard in The Brisbane Courier: -" The death took place on August 6 at her home, at Nutgrove, of Mrs. Ellen Gracey, relict of the late Mr. John Gracey. The late Mrs. Gracey, who was 77 years of age, was one of the early pioneers, and took up land with her late husband at Nutgrove In the early seventies. She is survived by four daughters. Mesdames J. Hale (Kaimkillenbun), J. Pincott (Tarong). M. Smoothy (Wengenville), and Kathleen (Cooyar), and three sons, Messrs. Charles Gracey (Cooyar), A. J. Gracey (Nutgrove), and Robert Gracey (Nutgrove)."
  • Kathleen Mary Gracey died on 8 December 1981 in Queensland at age 92.
  • Kathleen was buried on 11 December 1981 in Pinaroo Cemetery.

Mary Gracey

F, b. circa 1876, d. 1957
  • Mary Gracey was born circa 1876 in Cooyar.
  • She was the daughter of John Gracey and Ellen Hurley.
  • Mary Gracey appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Commercial Hotel, Queen Street, Crow's Nest. She carried out domestic duties.
  • Mary Gracey married John Hale on 14 February 1905 in Queensland.
  • On 6 August 1933,Mary Gracey's mother, Ellen Hurley died in Nutgrove, Queensland, at age 81. Her obituary appeard in The Brisbane Courier: -" The death took place on August 6 at her home, at Nutgrove, of Mrs. Ellen Gracey, relict of the late Mr. John Gracey. The late Mrs. Gracey, who was 77 years of age, was one of the early pioneers, and took up land with her late husband at Nutgrove In the early seventies. She is survived by four daughters. Mesdames J. Hale (Kaimkillenbun), J. Pincott (Tarong). M. Smoothy (Wengenville), and Kathleen (Cooyar), and three sons, Messrs. Charles Gracey (Cooyar), A. J. Gracey (Nutgrove), and Robert Gracey (Nutgrove)."
  • On 6 August 1933 Mary Gracey and John Hale lived in Kaimkillunbun.
  • Mary Gracey died in 1957 in Queensland.

Mary Gracey

F, b. circa 1848, d. 1919

Mary Ellen Theresa Gracey

F, b. 30 October 1909, d. 19 November 1963
  • Mary Ellen Theresa Gracey was born on 30 October 1909 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Charles Crum Gracey and Margaret Frances Cronin.
  • Mary Ellen Theresa Gracey died on 19 November 1963 in South Australia at age 54.

Maureen Gracey

F, b. circa 1916, d. 1932

Robert Gracey

M, b. 1 August 1879, d. 2 August 1879
  • Robert Gracey was born on 1 August 1879 in Queensland.
  • Robert Gracey died on 2 August 1879 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of John Gracey and Ellen Hurley.