M, b. 1887, d. 1949
Julia Catherine Mead
F, b. 1867
Mary Rebecca Mead
F, b. 1870, d. 1940
May Rebecca Mead
F, b. 1911, d. 30 October 1993
- May Rebecca Mead was born in 1911 in Queensland.
- She was the daughter of Samuel John Mead and Mary Ann Elizabeth Jones.
- At the age of 19 years, May Rebecca Mead married William George Emmert, son of Otto William Emmert and Emily Stimpson, in 1930 in Queensland.
- On 5 August 1967,her husband, William George Emmert died in Queensland.
- May Rebecca Mead died on 30 October 1993.
- May was buried on 3 November 1993 in Yarraman Cemetery. RC1-00C-0003.
M, b. 1837, d. 10 July 1899
- Samuel Mead was born in 1837. He was the son of William Mead and Catherine Price.
- At the age of 28 years, Samuel Mead married Bridget Nolan in 1865 in Queensland.
- On 11 March 1880,Samuel Mead's daughter, Bridget Mead was buried in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
- Samuel Mead died on 10 July 1899 in Queensland.
- Samuel was buried on 11 July 1899 in Cabarlah Cemetery. CE1-00A-0027.
Children of Samuel Mead and Bridget Nolan
Samuel John Mead
M, b. 1910
Samuel John Mead
M, b. 1872, d. 1956
- Samuel John Mead was born in 1872 in Queensland.
- He was the son of Samuel Mead and Bridget Nolan.
- In 1901 Samuel was listed as a farmer of Geham in the 1901 Crow's Nest Post Office Directory.
- At the age of 37 years, Samuel John Mead married Mary Ann Elizabeth Jones in 1909 in Queensland.
- Samuel John Mead and Mary Ann Elizabeth Jones appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Thornville. Samuel was a farmer.
- Samuel John Mead and Mary Ann Elizabeth Jones appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1942 living at Wutul. Samuel was a farmer and Mary carried out home duties as did daughter Frances. Sons Bernard and Patrick were farm labourers.
- Samuel John Mead and Mary Ann Elizabeth Jones appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1949 living at Wutul. Samuel was a farmer. Their daughter Frances also lived with them.
- Samuel John Mead died in 1956 in Queensland.
Vincent Daniel Mead
M, b. 5 May 1922, d. 19 November 2014
M, b. 1884, d. 10 March 1946
Louis Glenworth Meagher
M, b. circa 1885
F, b. 1883
- Charts: Descendants of Thomas Austin
- Margaret Meagher was born in 1883 in Queensland.
- She was the daughter of Thomas Francis Meagher and Bridget Donohoe.
- At the age of 23 years, Margaret Meagher married Arthur Austin Gorring, son of Alexander Arthur Gorring and Charlotte Jane Austin, on 4 June 1906 in Queensland.
- Margaret Meagher and Arthur Austin Gorring appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1908 and 1913 living at Mackenzie Street, Toowoomba. He was a clerk and Margaret carried out home duties.
- Margaret Meagher and Arthur Austin Gorring appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Waverley. Arthur was a shopkeeper and Margaret carried out home duties. Jasper was a motor mechanic.
Thomas Francis Meagher
M, b. circa 1850
- Thomas Francis Meagher was born circa 1850.
- Thomas Francis Meagher married Bridget Donohoe in 1878 in Queensland.
F, b. 1852, d. 14 January 1931
- Bridget Meaney was born in 1852. She was the daughter of Dennis Meaney and Bridget.
- At the age of 22 years, Bridget Meaney married Stephen Egan on 20 April 1874 in Queensland.
- Bridget Meaney witnessed the burial of Patrick Egan on 9 June 1881 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery.
- Bridget Meaney and Stephen Egan appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1903 living at Crow's Nest. Stephen was a farmer and Bridget carried out home duties. Their daughter Bridget most likely lived with them.
- Bridget Meaney and Stephen Egan appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Crow's Nest. Stephen was a farmer and Bridget carried out home duties living with their daughter Bridget while their son Denis was listed as a teamster living at Clontarf.
- Bridget Meaney and Stephen Egan appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1913 living at Crow's Nest. Stephen and Bridget still farmed but their daugher Bridget has moved from the district. Their son Denis and his wife Lillian were living at Cooyar where he was a teamster.
- Bridget Meaney died on 14 January 1931 in Queensland.
- Bridget was buried in Crow's Nest Cemetery.
Children of Bridget Meaney and Stephen Egan
- Patrick Egan b. 19 May 1875, d. 19 May 1875
- Patrick Egan b. 29 May 1876, d. 8 June 1881
- Mary Ann Egan+ b. 5 October 1878, d. 29 September 1962
- Bridget Egan b. 10 August 1881, d. 8 May 1954
- Denis James Egan b. 11 August 1884, d. 12 May 1962
- Stephen Joseph Egan b. 4 May 1890, d. 14 April 1966
- Margaret Ellen Egan+ b. 9 December 1892, d. 13 January 1984
F, b. circa 1825
- Maria Measday was born circa 1825.
- Maria Measday married William Castle circa 1865.
Patrick Adolpsus Meehan
M, b. circa 1910, d. 1971
- Patrick Adolpsus Meehan was born circa 1910. He was the son of Patrick Meehan and Catherine McInerney.
- Patrick Adolpsus Meehan married Ada Sarah Gleeson, daughter of Mathew Gleeson and Ada Askin, in 1934 in Queensland.
- Patrick Adolpsus Meehan and Ada Sarah Gleeson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1943 living at Nolan Street, Crow's Nest. Patrick was an insurance agent.
- Patrick Adolpsus Meehan died in 1971 in Queensland.
Margarethe (Elspah) Mehrens
F, b. 1830, d. November 1866
- Johan Caeser - 6 February 1866: Other Immigrants on the same ship
- Margarethe (Elspah) Mehrens was born in 1830 in Germany.
- Margarethe (Elspah) Mehrens married Jurgen (Georgen) Widderich circa 1855.
- Margarethe (Elspah) Mehrens died in November 1866. She died at sea on the John Cesar just after her daugher Alvine.
Anna Maria Meier
F, b. 1835, d. 1912
- Anna Maria Meier was born in 1835 in Germany.
- At the age of 26 years, Anna Maria Meier married Detlof Nicholas Wilhelm Kann on 4 December 1861.
- In 1901,her husband, Detlof Nicholas Wilhelm Kann died in Queensland.
- Anna Maria Meier died in 1912 in Queensland.
Children of Anna Maria Meier and Detlof Nicholas Wilhelm Kann
- Marie Kann b. 1862, d. 18 May 1865
- Maria Magdalena Appollonia Kann+ b. 7 June 1865, d. 2 March 1942
- Wilhelmina (Louisa) Kann+ b. 6 May 1868, d. 18 November 1933
- Anna (Sophia) Kann+ b. 18 September 1870, d. 24 July 1946
- Johnann Kann+ b. 15 January 1873, d. 8 August 1950
- Emma Elizabeth Kann+ b. 18 March 1875, d. 19 October 1944
- Anna Margareta Kann b. 1877, d. 1970
F, b. 1910
- Charts: Descendants of Thomas Bridgeman
Friedrick Wilhelm Meier
M, b. circa 1875
- Friedrick Wilhelm Meier was born circa 1875.
- Friedrick Wilhelm Meier married Anna Marie Drager circa 1875 in Queensland.
Henry Carl Meier
M, b. 1896
- Charts: Descendants of Charles Robinson
Ivy Cecilia May Meier
F, b. 1902
- Charts: Descendants of Charles Robinson
Joseph Aloys Meier
M, b. 1880, d. 20 October 1963
- Charts: Descendants of Thomas Bridgeman
- Joseph Aloys Meier was born in 1880.
- At the age of 27 years, Joseph Aloys Meier married Sarah Bridgeman, daughter of James Adams Bridgeman and Mary Ann Rampton, in 1907 in New Zealand.
- On 7 August 1950,his wife, Sarah Bridgeman died in New Zealand.
- Joseph was buried on 20 October 1963 in Te Henui Cemetery. He live in 183 Tukapa Street.
- Joseph Aloys Meier died on 20 October 1963 in New Zealand.
Otto Albert Alfred Meier
M, b. circa 1870
- Otto Albert Alfred Meier was born circa 1870.
- Otto Albert Alfred Meier married Marie Auguste Wilhelmine Fleichfresser circa 1890.
Hydra Charles Meiser
M, b. 1901, d. 20 January 1984
M, b. 1864, d. 1886
Esther Josephine Meldon
F, b. circa 1872, d. 1945
F, b. 8 April 1860, d. 22 November 1950
- Jane Meldon was born on 8 April 1860 in Queensland.
- She was the daughter of Martin Meldon and Esther (Hester) Dunne.
- At the age of 22 years and 19 days, Jane Meldon married Thomas Brennan on 27 April 1882 in Queensland.
- On 20 November 1922,her husband, Thomas Brennan died in Queensland.
- Jane Meldon died on 22 November 1950 in Queensland at age 90.
Children of Jane Meldon and Thomas Brennan
- Edward Brennan b. 23 January 1883, d. 1969
- Thomas Joseph Brennan+ b. 26 July 1885, d. 1 July 1974
- Mary Brennan b. 29 May 1886, d. 27 June 1901
- Esther Brennan b. 23 December 1887, d. 18 June 1976
- Martin Francis Brennan+ b. 1889, d. 1972
- Kate Brennan b. 13 October 1891, d. 1960
- Jane Brennan b. 17 December 1893, d. 26 June 1973
- Margaret Brennan b. 19 October 1895, d. 19 May 1986
- Ann Brennan b. 30 January 1898, d. 27 October 1987
Lawrence John Meldon
M, b. circa 1868, d. 1954
M, b. circa 1835, d. 1902
- Martin Meldon was born circa 1835. She was the daughter of Patrick Dunne and Anne.
- Martin Meldon married Esther (Hester) Dunne in 1859 in Queensland.
- Martin Meldon testified when Joseph Cossart and William Richard Wilkes appeared in court on on 17 November 1871. William Wilkes and Joseph Cossart were charged with removing timber from a Crown Reserve without have a license. On the 18th they appeared in Court. The Toowoomba Chronicle and Advertiser reported:-"Joseph Cossart and William Wilkes appeared in custody charged with stealing timber, the property of Martin Meldon. Mr. Ocock appeared for the complainant. It appeared from the evidence that Meldon missed some cedar logs from Perseverance Scrub which he claimed as his properly, and saw one of the logs on a dray. He applied for and obtained a search warrant, and on Saturday last he in company with Constable Delamer went to the above scrub, where they saw two drays loaded with cedar In the possession of Joseph Cossart and William Wilkes; of these logs Meldon claimed one on one dray and three on the other as his property. Cossart and Wilkes were apprehended and taken to the Toowoomba lockup, and the drays were also taken into Toowoomba. Meldon, in his evidence before the Court, said he knew the timber was his by a particular mark, that he valued it at £10, that it might have been cut seven or eight months, that he helped to cut the big log with Matthew McDermott, and the other logs with Joe Hoey, Jenkins, and other men. Henry Kahler deposed to cutting timber for Meldon, with other men, seven or eight months ago, and helping to brand the logs in the latter end of April- three of the logs on the dray outside the Courthouse was part of the timber then cut and branded. Matthew McDermott corroborated the evidence of Meldon, and stated the big log outside the Court was one that he helped Meldon to cut six or seven months ago. Matthias Graham deposed: l am a carrier; I employed Cossart and Wilkes to take the timber outside the Court from Perseverance Scrub to Mr Cocks' saw mill to Toowoomba; I helped them to load it, and told them to deliver it at Cocks' yard to my order; the timber was felled by Harry Wynyard over three years ago; his brands were on the timber at the butts of the logs; the butts have been cut off; I purchased the timber from Wynyard about three years ago; I did not see the timber, but he authorised me to take the timber with his brand; I saw his brand on the logs now outside the Court; I saw Meldon and his men cutting the part of the big log now outside the Court on which the brand was; I believe the timber outside the Court to be my property. Cross-examined by Mr. Ocock - I have known Wynyard four or five years; he lived at Highfields when I purchased the timber; he did not deliver an ytimber- he told me to take it; I paid him £1 for the timber; Wynyard did not tell me how many logs he had in the scrub; I saw these logs in the scrub eight or nine months ago; Meldon's men were there at the time-Harry Kahler was one of them; I saw them cutting the butt of the big log and gave them notice not to touch any timber with the WH brand; they cut off the butt; Wynyard is in the colony; I saw him not long ago; he is out of town now; I hold a timber license which I renew half-yearly. The witness was told by the Police Magistrate that he could refuse to answer any question that might incriminate himself. Martin Meldon recalled: I did not fell the tree from which the large log was taken; there Is not a tree standing in the scrub that is any good: I believe they have all been felled over seven years; by cutting the log I mean I cut the tree into lengths fit for removing; I did not cut off any brands to my knowledge; I cut the logs believing them to be the property of the Government and I being duly licensed to cut and remove timber; Graham never cautioned me not to cut off brands; he offered to purchase from me the very timber he now claims. The prisoners were discharged from custody."
- On 17 November 1871 the Darling Downs Gazette reported:- "Martin Meldon v. Matthias Grehan. — The defendant in this case was charged with illegally detaining four logs of cedar of the value of £10, the property of the complainant. Mr Hamilton for the defendant. After the evidence of several witnesses had been taken, Mr Hamilton informed the Bench that the Town Police Act does not apply to Perseverance Scrub, and the case was dismissed."
- Martin Meldon died in 1902 in Queensland.