Douglas David Patrick Stuart

M, b. 1902, d. 17 October 1976
  • Douglas David Patrick Stuart was born in 1902 in Queensland. Douglas' name was registered as David Patrick Douglas Stuart. His parents were David Patrick Edwin Stuart and Winnifred Wilhelmine Marian Robertson.
  • At the age of 21 years, Douglas David Patrick Stuart married Elsie Mary Habermann, daughter of William Habermann and Harriet Agnes Dobloo, in 1923 in New Zealand. Some time after their marriage and before 1925, Elsie and Douglas came to Australia.
  • Douglas David Patrick Stuart and Elsie Mary Habermann appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1925 and 1930 living at Queensland.
  • Douglas David Patrick Stuart and Elsie Mary Habermann appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1936 and 1943 living at Wide Bay Electorate.
  • Douglas David Patrick Stuart and Elsie Mary Habermann appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1945 and 1954 living in Bowman Electorate.
  • Douglas David Patrick Stuart died on 17 October 1976 in Queensland.
  • Douglas was buried in Redcliffe Cemetery.

Duncan Stuart

M, b. 25 October 1798

George Stuart

M, b. June 1814
  • George Stuart was born in June 1814 in Scotland.
  • He was the son of Donald Stuart and Janet McEdward.
  • George Stuart was christened on 4 July 1814 in Inverness, Scotland.
  • He immigrated to New South Wales on 15 November 1838. According to a note given to Rob Grant from Ewen McGregor, George Stuart immigrated to Victoria with Ewen, where they worked the Ballarat gold fields before Ewen came to NSW, and George went to Adeliade to be with his younger brother Donald. - however immigration details show that both Donald and George came to Australia with their sister Mary McGregor on the St George. The immigration record shows Donald as a 20 year old, born Inch, parents Donald Stewart and Janet McEdward. Father and son in the sevice of George McPherson Grant of Ballendalloch. George was 24 and he also worked for George McPherson Grant.          

Grace Stuart

F, b. 29 May 1808

Isabel Stuart

F, b. 27 August 1812

James Stuart

M, b. 7 May 1810
  • James Stuart was born on 7 May 1810 in Inverness, Scotland.
  • He was the son of Donald Stuart and Janet McEdward.
  • James Stuart was christened on 13 May 1810 in Inverness, Scotland.

Jean Stuart

F, b. 1 July 1816
  • Jean Stuart was born on 1 July 1816 in Inverness, Scotland.
  • She was the daughter of Donald Stuart and Janet McEdward.
  • Jean Stuart was christened on 24 July 1816 in Inverness, Scotland.
  • Jean Stuart married David Richie circa 1836.

Children of Jean Stuart and David Richie

John Stuart

M, b. 22 June 1806

Mary Stuart

F, b. 8 June 1804, d. 23 December 1877
  • Mary Stuart was born on 8 June 1804 in Inverness, Scotland.
  • She was the daughter of Donald Stuart and Janet McEdward.
  • Mary Stuart was baptized on 10 June 1804 in Inverness, Scotland.
  • At the age of 23 years, 8 months and 13 days, Mary Stuart married Evan McPherson on 21 February 1828 in Inverness, Scotland. After the death of McPherson, Mary married William McGregor. They immigrated to Australia in 1838 leaving two of her children by her Marriage to Ewen McPherson with their grandmother.
  • Mary Stuart was widowed circa 1833 when died Evan McPherson died. He died before their third child Ewan was born.
  • Between 1833 and 1837 Mary Stuart lived in Inverdruie, Inverness.
  • At the age of 33 years, 5 months and 22 days, Mary Stuart married William McGregor, son of Gregor McGregor and Christiana Clarke, on 30 November 1837 in Inverness, Scotland.
  • Before 1838,her daughter, Janet McPherson died. Another daughter Jess (Janet) was born to Mary in 1838. 'When Mary died George her son, stated that two daughters by her first marriage were deceased.
  • Mary Stuart immigrated to New South Wales, Australia, on 15 November 1838. Departed from Orban, Scotland on 4 July 1838 on the St George with William and two daughters, Louisa McPherson and Janet McGregor. The immigration record showed Mary's calling as "servant of all work". She was the daugther of Donald Stewart a farmer of the Parish of Insch and his wife Janet. Mary's age on Embarkation was "30 years in August 1838" (which is incorrect). Her religion was Presbyterian and she could read and write. Mary's two younger brothers George and Donald were with them on the voyage. What a heart wrenching time this must have been for Mary who was forced to leave behind at least one of her children, Ewan McPherson, with her parents - see William's story for information on departure.
  • In 1844,her daughter, Jess (Janet) McGregor died in New South Wales. Her death certificate shows her as Jesse Macgregor. Jess is pet name for Janet. The only other information given was that she was an infant. It seems likely that this is the correct Jesse as her mothers death certificate shows one daughter by second marriage deceased.
  • On 24 April 1863,their son, Donald McGregor died in Nelsons Plains, New South Wales, Australia. When he was accidentally shot. He was a farm labourer and dairy man at the time of his death. According to family hearsay he returned from Duck Shooting with a party of lads. As he was getting out of the boat one boy, not knowing the gun was loaded, pretended to shoot Donald. Donald died from the wounds, he was 19 years old. An inquest was held by William Edward Shaw Coroner on the 25 April 1863, verdict accidental gunshot wound. The gun discharged while he was getting through a fence according to another family story.
  • Mary Stuart died on 23 December 1877 in Holsworthy, New South Wales, Australia, at age 73. Her death was caused by "decay of nature, had been ailing some time - the coroner did not deem it necessary to hold an inquest.". She was shown as 74 years old. Her father was given as John Stewart, cattle dealer, mother unknown. The informant was George McGregor her son of Holsworthy. George gave Scotland as her place of birth and stated she had been in the Colony 30 years. Her first marriage was to a McPherson, the second to a McGregor. One son alive, two daughters dead by first marriage, two sons and two daughters alive by second, and one son and one daughter dead by second. Her death notice appeared in The Sydney Morning Herald on 3 January 1878. It read: "McGREGOR. —December 23, at her late residence, Holsworthy, Mary, the dearly regretted wife of William McGregor, in her 74th year, for many years a resident of Nelson's Plains, Hunter River"

    Just what happened to William is a mystery. George was listed as the informant on his mother's death certificate. William is not listed as living or deceased but Mary's death notice indicates he may still have been alive. There is no death registration for him. One possibility is that he later remarried and lived in Maitland. However, where the age matches that of William the other details don't. The 1872 Grenville's Post Office Directory shows a William McGregor of Bringelly and a William McGregor of Maitland suggesting there were two.
  • Mary was buried on 24 December 1877 in Liverpool Cemetery, Sydney. Presbyterian Section.

Children of Mary Stuart and Evan McPherson

Children of Mary Stuart and William McGregor

Mary Olivia Stuart

F, b. 1801
  • Mary Olivia Stuart was born in 1801.
  • At the age of 23 years, Mary Olivia Stuart married Edmund Dunn, son of James Dunn and Jane Allen, on 30 August 1824 in Bishopsgate.

Children of Mary Olivia Stuart and Edmund Dunn

William Stuart

M, b. 21 March 1800
  • William Stuart was born on 21 March 1800 in Inverness, Scotland.
  • He was the son of Donald Stuart and Janet McEdward.
  • William Stuart was christened on 25 March 1800 in Inverness, Scotland.
  • At the age of 24 years, William Stuart married Grace Unknown in 1825.
  • William Stuart appeared on the census of 7 June 1841 in Kingussie. William is shown as a 40 year old farmer living with his wife Grace aged 45 and servants Isabella Cameron 14 and Catherine McMullan 10, all born Invernes-shire.

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Mary Barbara Stuck

F, b. 1866, d. August 1952
  • Mary Barbara Stuck was born in 1866 in Germany. She was the daughter of Johann Stuck and Agathe (not sure year of birth is correct.)
  • At the age of 13 years, Mary Barbara Stuck married Francis Xavier Wust on 20 March 1879 in Queensland.
  • On 19 June 1912,her husband, Francis Xavier Wust died in Queensland.
  • Mary Barbara Stuck died in August 1952 in Queensland.
  • Mary was buried on 18 August 1952 in Mt Gravatt Cemetery.

Children of Mary Barbara Stuck and Francis Xavier Wust

Christian Alexander Stucker

M, b. 19 May 1850, d. 20 June 1924
  • Christian Alexander Stucker was born on 19 May 1850 in Eriz, Switzerland. He was the illegitimate son of Rosina Stucker.
  • On the 1873 shipping records he gave his name as Jacob Graf and kept that name. For some reason Paulina gave her name as Mary.
  • At the age of 22 years, 9 months and 13 days, Christian Alexander Stucker married Paulina Graf, daughter of Johan Graf and Nothburga Erne, on 4 March 1873 in Kanton Bern, Switzerland. After their marriage they travelled from Bern to Hamburg to board the Friedeburg.
  • Christian Alexander Stucker and Paulina Graf immigrated to Queensland on 20 August 1873. Jacob (Christian Alexander Stucker) aged 22, travelled on the Friedburg with Paulina (shown as Mary) aged 40 and Gustav, Paulina's son aged 7 (shown as Adolph). The ship departed Hamburg on 3 May 1873. Twins Pauline and Alexander were born on the voyage. Alexander died aged three days.
  • Christian Alexander Stucker selected land - 40 acres at Meringandan in 1876.
  • In 1889Christian Alexander Stucker selected land - 18 acres at Meringandan. On 27 Sep 1894 he auctioned either this land or his previous selection.

  • On 22 January 1893,his wife, Paulina Graf died in Queensland at age 60. Jacob, the informant for her death registration, gave her mother's name as Adelaide Katt.
  • At the age of 45 years, 6 months and 14 days, Christian Alexander Stucker married Pauline Schlecht on 3 December 1895 in Queensland. According to her obituary it was Pauline's third marriage.
  • Christian Alexander Stucker and Pauline Schlecht appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1903 and 1906 living at Tarampa. His occupation was given as - independent means.
  • Christian Alexander Stucker and Pauline Schlecht appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1908 and 1914 living at Omar Street, West Ipswich.
  • On 14 March 1915,his wife, Pauline Schlecht died in Queensland. "The death occurred early yesterday morning of Mrs J Graf, wife of Jacob Graf, of Omar Street, West Ipswich. Deceased had been ailing for only a few days, and last Friday she was taken to St Mary's Private Hospital, where she died of pneumonia. Deceased had been a resident of Queensland for 42 years . She was married to Mr Graf about 22 years ago, he being her third husband. For about 25 years she kept the Traveller's Rest Hotel at Tarampa, but she and her husband lived during the past seven years at West Ipswich. She was 73 years of age at the time of her death. She leaves three brothers and one sister- namely Messrs Andrew Schlecht of Tarampa; George Schlecht of Toogoolawah; Hans Schlecht of Brisbane and Mrs Manthy of Tarampa. The funeral took place yesterday afternoon, the Rev C Casey of St Mary's Presbtery, conducting the service" - Queensland Times 15 Mar 1915.
  • At the age of 65 years, 6 months and 26 days, Christian Alexander Stucker married Caroline Pfeffer on 15 December 1915 in Queensland.
  • On 22 September 1919,his wife, Caroline Pfeffer died in Queensland at age 67.
  • Christian Alexander Stucker died on 20 June 1924 in Queensland at age 74. He was nursed by his daughter Paulina in his final years.

    "With the death of Mr. Jacob Graf at Ipswich and the surrounding districts have lost another of the early pioneers. For nearly 50 years the late Mr. Graf had lived in the West Moreton district, and had won a very large circle of friends who will, be sorry to learn of his passing. He was born in Switzerland 75 years ago, and while quite a young man sailed for Queensland by the sailing ship "Fredaberg." Arriving in this State over 50 years ago he proceeded to the Darling Downs where he worked for several years, and later took up land at Meringandan, on the Downs. In 1876 he went to Tarampa, and besides carrying on farming pursuits he was the proprietor of a hotel at that centre.
    In 1906 he retired from active work, and came to live in West Ipswich, where he has since resided. The late Mr. Graf is survived by two step brothers, Messrs. Carl Reber - (Brisbane) and Rudolph Reber(Dalby), his only daughter, Mrs.P Hillberg (Ipswich), and several grand-children and great-grand-children." - Queensland Times 24 Jul 1924.
  • Christian was buried in Ipswich General Cemetery. He was buried with his his second wife Pauline.

Children of Christian Alexander Stucker and Paulina Graf

Ann Stuckey

F, b. 19 October 1828

Eliza Stuckey

F, b. 11 June 1837

Joseph Stuckey

M, b. circa 1801
  • Joseph Stuckey was born circa 1801.
  • Joseph Stuckey married Susanna Osborne, daughter of Abraham Osborne and Prudence Lawrence, on 25 August 1822 in Somerset, England.
  • Joseph Stuckey and Susanna Osborne appeared on the census of 7 June 1841 in Lower Street, Merriott. Joseph 38, and his wife Susanna lived with their children Mary 15, Ann 13, Eliza 5, Henry 5, John 13 and Sarah 1. Also living with them was Mary Stuckey Independent.

  • Joseph Stuckey and Susanna Osborne appeared on the census of 30 March 1851 in Ashwell Lane. Joseph was a 50 year old labourer born Merriott, living with his wife Susanna, aslo 50, and children Susan, a 19 year old factory worker, Eliza 15, also a factory worker, Sarah 12 and 15 year old Henry, a nephew who also worked in a factory.

  • Joseph Stuckey and Susanna Osborne appeared on the census of 7 April 1861 in Chard Road. Joseph, a 63 year old labourer and Susanna also 63 born Merriott lived with their daughter Eliza a 23 year old glover, born Merriott.

Children of Joseph Stuckey and Susanna Osborne

Mary Stuckey

F, b. 27 March 1827

Sarah Stuckey

F, b. 4 July 1841

Susanna Stuckey

M, b. 15 March 1834

Caroline Studders

F, b. 20 February 1855, d. 1939
  • Caroline Studders was born on 20 February 1855 in Bombala, New South Wales. She was the daughter of John Studders (deatj registration shows Matthew) and Catherine McNamara (death registration shows Redden.)
  • At the age of 17 years, 1 month and 27 days, Caroline Studders married William Davidson on 16 April 1872 in New South Wales. William and Caroline had at least 12 children. After their marriage they moved around NSW, from Bega to the Goulburn district, to Quenbeyan, then to Casino. Around 1892 they moved to the Crow's Nest District in Queensland.
  • Caroline Studders and William Davidson appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1909 living at Hampton. William was a blacksmith. Their son John Henry was also a blacksmith but gave his address as Perseverance as did their daughter Pearl.
  • On 16 December 1915,her husband, William Davidson died in Deep Creek, New South Wales, at age 65.
  • Caroline Studders appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1930 living at Esk Street, Crow's Nest. She was a nurse.
  • Caroline Studders died in 1939 in Queensland.
  • Caroline was buried on 6 October 1939 in Toowong Cemetery.

Children of Caroline Studders and William Davidson

William Alfred Styles

M, b. 4 March 1894, d. 1976
  • William Alfred Styles was born on 4 March 1894 in New Zealand. He was the son of Emily Louisa and George Frederick STYLES.
  • At the age of 23 years, 4 months and 15 days, William Alfred Styles married Eleanor Gertrude Cresswell, daughter of James Edward Cresswell and Jessie Rose, on 19 July 1917 in New Zealand.
  • In 1974,his wife, Eleanor Gertrude Cresswell died in New Zealand.
  • William Alfred Styles died in 1976 in New Zealand.

Andreas Suhr

M, b. 1864, d. 1865

Annie Millie Suhr

F, b. 10 October 1911, d. 12 November 2007

Child of Annie Millie Suhr and Henry William Genrich

Annie Ruby Suhr

F, b. 1896

Bothilde Suhr

M, b. 1862, d. 1865

Carl Heinrich Suhr

M, b. 1837, d. 1891
  • Carl Heinrich Suhr was born in 1837 in Germany.
  • Carl Heinrich Suhr married Auguste Margarette Henriette Briesch circa 1859.
  • Carl Heinrich Suhr and Auguste Margarette Henriette Briesch immigrated to Queensland on 18 August 1865. Carl 29 and Auguste 28, travelled on the Peter Godeffrey with their children Christian 6, Andreas 1 and Bothilde 3. With them was 23 year old Claus Suhr. The three children died on the voyage.
  • Carl Heinrich Suhr died in 1891 in Queensland.

Children of Carl Heinrich Suhr and Auguste Margarette Henriette Briesch

Carl Heinrich Suhr

M, b. 1890, d. 1892

Charles Henry Suhr

M, b. 1903, d. 1979
  • Charles Henry Suhr was born in 1903 in Queensland.
  • He was the son of Wilhelm Heinrick Suhr and Wilhelmine Utschink.
  • Charles was a groomsman at the wedding of Elsie Christina Suhr and Herman Jannusch, son of Herman August Jannusch and Augusta Schilf, on 5 August 1925 in Queensland; The Brisbane Courier reported:- "At the Bergen Lutheran Church, in the Crow's Nest district, on August 5, the marriage was solemnised of Mr. Herman Jannusch (second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Jannusch, Haden) and Miss Elsie Christina Suhr (second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Suhr, Bergen) by Pastor Poland. The church had been tastefully decorated by girl friends of the bride, and the chief feature was a large wedding bell filled with confetti, and made by Mrs. A. .Schilf (Haden). During the signing of the register a vocal solo was rendered by Mrs. D. Stark, Messrs. G. Jannusch and D. Keenan. Mrs. D. Stalk presided at the organ, and violin accompaniments were given by Mr. A Schilf. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of cream satin de sole and lace, made with a shirred feather fringed panel at the left side, and a cabochon finished with tiny pearls at the right side. The sleeves were finished with small hand-made roses. She wore a veil in mob cap style, with a posy of orange blossom at either side. She carried a large sheaf of lilies tied with white satin streamers, and also wore a gold wristlet watch, the gift of the bridegroom. The chief bridesmaid, Miss Ruby Suhr (sister of the bride), and her second bridesmaid Miss Belle Jannusch (sister of the bridegroom), were frocked in apricot crepe de Chine, trimmed with feathers and cadochons, and finished with large bows at the right sides. On the left shoulders were rosettes of silver tissue and feather, from which white suspended streamers of the same material as the frocks. They wore black "Nelly Kelly'' hats and carried bouquets of deep cream stocks veiled in asparagus
    plumosus, tied with cream streamers. The bride's mother wore a beaded black Marocain costume, with a hat to match. The bridegroom's mother wore black silk Marocain, trimmed with hand-sewn beads, and also a hat to tone. Mr. W. Jannusch (brother of the bridegroom) acted as best man, and Mr. C. Suhr (brother of the bride) carried out his duties of groomsman. At the conclusion of the ceremony the guests drove to the home of the bride's parents, where about 150 persons were entertained at the breakfast, which was served in a large marquee at the side of the house. A wedding cake adorned the centre of the chief table. Dancing took place at night. The bride and bridegroom left subsequently for Coolangatta, where the honeymoon is being spent. The bride wore a travelling costume of navy gabardine, made with a pleated tunic, with collar and cuffs finished with fur trimmings. Her black hat was relieved with ornamental trimmings. The bride's present to the bridegroom was a pair of xylonite military brushes in a case, and the bridegroom's present to each of the bridesmaids was a gold armlet."
  • Charles Henry Suhr appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1930 and 1943 living at Murra Murra. He was a labourer.
  • Charles Henry Suhr died in 1979 in Queensland.

Christian Suhr

M, b. 1859, d. 1865