Lieutenant Richard Breydon

M, b. 6 November 1869, d. 1949
  • Lieutenant Richard Breydon was born on 6 November 1869 in Knockmacrooney, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland. He married Mary Donaldson in Brisbane in 1902, after seeing active service from 1899-1902.
  • He was the son of John Breydon and Jane Savage.
  • Lieutenant Richard Breydon immigrated on 26 October 1880 with Jane Savage. Jane, aged given as 38, sailed from Plymouth on the Dunbar Castle with her children Robert 16, James 14, Mary 12, Richard 10, Ellen 8, Eliza 7, and John 5.
  • At the age of 33 years, Lieutenant Richard Breydon married Mary Donaldson in 1903 in Queensland.
  • He was mentioned in the Obituary of Jane Savage on 8 March 1919.
    DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT CROWS NEST, March 7. The death occurred on Tuesday evening of Mrs Henry Graham, of Brooklyn, Emu Creek, Crow's Nest, at the age of 81 years. The funeral took place on Thursday, and in the absence of the Rev R. P. Pope, the service, at the request of Mr Pope, was conducted by the Rev Richard Kerr, ex-clerk of the Presbyterian General Assembly, brother-in-law of deceased. Mr Kerr in speaking at the service held in the house, referred to the fact that he had officiated at the marriage of Mr and Mrs Graham, 32 years ago, when they took up their residence at Brooklyn, Emu Creek. The work of Mr and Mrs Graham in the district as pioneers had won the respect and esteem of a large circle of neighbours and friends and this was evidenced by the large concourse that assembled from all parts of the district at the funeral. Mrs Graham arrived in Queensland in 1880, on the Dunbar Castle (which was wrecked on the return voyage). She was then a widow and made her first home at Ramsay near Cambooya, where she lived until her marriage with Mr Graham in 1887. The late Mrs Graham is survived by her husband, Mr Henry Graham and four sons and three daughters - Robert Breydon, Ramsay, Cambooya , James Breydon, Perth (WA), Lieut Richard Breydon, Melbourne, John Breydon, Brooklyn, Emu Creek ; Mrs Hackett Warwick, Mrs Harry William, Warwick, and Mrs Norman White, Wooloowin.
  • Lieutenant Richard Breydon died in 1949 in St Kilda.

Robert Breydon

M, b. 1864, d. 16 December 1932
  • Robert Breydon was born in 1864 in Knockmacrooney, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.
  • He was the son of John Breydon and Jane Savage.
  • Robert Breydon immigrated on 26 October 1880 with Jane Savage. Jane, aged given as 38, sailed from Plymouth on the Dunbar Castle with her children Robert 16, James 14, Mary 12, Richard 10, Ellen 8, Eliza 7, and John 5.
  • At the age of 27 years, Robert Breydon married Mary Hall Jansen in 1891 in Queensland.
  • Robert Breydon was mentioned in the Obituary of Jane Savage on 8 March 1919. DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT CROWS NEST, March 7. The death occurred on Tuesday evening of Mrs Henry Graham, of Brooklyn, Emu Creek, Crow's Nest, at the age of 81 years. The funeral took place on Thursday, and in the absence of the Rev R. P. Pope, the service, at the request of Mr Pope, was conducted by the Rev Richard Kerr, ex-clerk of the Presbyterian General Assembly, brother-in-law of deceased. Mr Kerr in speaking at the service held in the house, referred to the fact that he had officiated at the marriage of Mr and Mrs Graham, 32 years ago, when they took up their residence at Brooklyn, Emu Creek. The work of Mr and Mrs Graham in the district as pioneers had won the respect and esteem of a large circle of neighbours and friends and this was evidenced by the large concourse that assembled from all parts of the district at the funeral. Mrs Graham arrived in Queensland in 1880, on the Dunbar Castle (which was wrecked on the return voyage). She was then a widow and made her first home at Ramsay near Cambooya, where she lived until her marriage with Mr Graham in 1887. The late Mrs Graham is survived by her husband, Mr Henry Graham and four sons and three daughters - Robert Breydon, Ramsay, Cambooya , James Breydon, Perth (WA), Lieut Richard Breydon, Melbourne, John Breydon, Brooklyn, Emu Creek ; Mrs Hackett Warwick, Mrs Harry William, Warwick, and Mrs Norman White, Wooloowin.
  • On 9 December 1932 Robert Breydon's obituary appeared in The Brisbane Courier. It read:- "The death occurred on Tuesday, at his residence, Summer Hill, Ramsay, of Mr. Robert Breydon, one of the best known dairy farmers in the district. The deceased, who had been ill for some time, was 68 years of age. He came from one of the oldest families in the district, his father and mother having founded the property at Summer Hill over 50 years ago. He is survived by his widow and a grown-up family, including two sons, Leslie and Harry, and two daughters, Mrs. Malcolm Luck, Toowoomba, and Miss Enid Breydon. His brothers are James (West Australia), Richard (Melbourne), and John (Crow's Nest); and his sisters, Mrs. Hackett (Warwick), Mrs. Williams, and Mrs. Norman White (Brisbane). The funeral took place on Wednesday."
  • Robert Breydon died on 16 December 1932 in Queensland.

Ruby Violet Breydon

F, b. 22 March 1909
  • Ruby Violet Breydon was born on 22 March 1909 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of John Breydon and Ruby Violet Thornber.
  • Ruby Violet Breydon appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1958 living at Taringa. She was a tailoress and living apart from Walter.

Harriett Briar

F, b. circa 1848

Ada Bridgeman

F, b. 25 December 1891, d. 1972

Agnes Jane Bridgeman

F, b. 1871, d. 16 April 1934
  • Agnes Jane Bridgeman was born in 1871 in Snake Valley, Victoria.
  • She was the daughter of Alexander Alfred Bridgeman and Agnes Methven.
  • At the age of 20 years, Agnes Jane Bridgeman married John Wilson in 1891 in Victoria.
  • On 7 July 1929,her husband, John Wilson died in Victoria.
  • Agnes Jane Bridgeman died on 16 April 1934 in Victoria.
  • Agnes was buried in Carngham General Cemetery.

Children of Agnes Jane Bridgeman and John Wilson

Alexander Alfred Bridgeman

M, b. 1841, d. November 1903
  • Alexander Alfred Bridgeman was born in 1841 in Victoria, Australia.
  • He was the son of Thomas Bridgeman and Sarah Newitt.
  • Alexander Alfred Bridgeman was baptized in Victoria.
  • At the age of 22 years, Alexander Alfred Bridgeman married Agnes Methven in 1863 in Victoria. [Reg. No 30]
  • Alexander Alfred Bridgeman died in November 1903 in Snake Valley, Victoria. [Reg No 12834]. His father was given as Thomas Bridgeman and mother Sara Newitt. According to an article in the Weekly Times he was born in 1840.

Children of Alexander Alfred Bridgeman and Agnes Methven

Alexander Alfred Bridgeman

M, b. 1864, d. 1951
  • Alexander Alfred Bridgeman was born in 1864 in Victoria.
  • He was the son of Alexander Alfred Bridgeman and Agnes Methven.
  • At the age of 21 years, Alexander Alfred Bridgeman married Bridget Mary Haggis in 1885 in Victoria.
  • In 1904,his wife, Bridget Mary Haggis died in Victoria.
  • Alexander Alfred Bridgeman died in 1951 in Victoria.
  • Alexander was buried on 5 June 1951 in Carngham Cemetery. He died at his residence Mortchup.

Alfred Leslie Bridgeman

M, b. 1888, d. 22 April 1971
  • Alfred Leslie Bridgeman was born in 1888 in Victoria.
  • He was the son of Thomas Methven Bridgeman and Martha Hester.
  • At the age of 27 years, Alfred Leslie Bridgeman married Elsie Boyd in 1915 in Victoria.
  • On 4 June 1967,his wife, Elsie Boyd died in Victoria.
  • Alfred Leslie Bridgeman died on 22 April 1971 in Victoria.
  • Alfred was buried on 23 April 1971 in Colac Cemetery.

Child of Alfred Leslie Bridgeman and Elsie Boyd

Amelia Agnes Bridgeman

F, b. 15 February 1889, d. 9 April 1966

Children of Amelia Agnes Bridgeman and Arthur Ernest Fraser

Annie Florence Bridgeman

F, b. 1880, d. 1966
  • Annie Florence Bridgeman was born in 1880 in New Zealand.
  • She was the daughter of James Adams Bridgeman and Mary Ann Rampton.
  • At the age of 23 years, Annie Florence Bridgeman married Henry Dennis on 4 November 1903 in New Zealand. The marriage was reported in the Taranaki Herald :- DENNIS- BRIDGEMAN.— On November 4th, 1903 at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. Southern, Henry Dennis, son of the late George Dennis, of Lyttelton, to Annie Florence, eldest daughter of Mr J. A. Bridgeman, Durham Road, Inglewood.
  • In 1910,her husband, Henry Dennis died in New Zealand.
  • At the age of 40 years, Annie Florence Bridgeman married Frederick James Mitchell in 1920.
  • In 1944,her husband, Frederick James Mitchell died in New Zealand.
  • Annie Florence Bridgeman died in 1966 in New Zealand.

Children of Annie Florence Bridgeman and Henry Dennis

Child of Annie Florence Bridgeman

Arthur Charles Bridgeman

M, b. 1888, d. 7 June 1917
  • Arthur Charles Bridgeman was born in 1888 in New Zealand.
  • He was the son of James Adams Bridgeman and Mary Ann Rampton.
  • Arthur joined the 3rd Battalion, B Company New Zealand Rifle Brigade as a Rifleman, sometime before he embarked from Wellington to Suez in Egypt on 5 June 1915. He was a farmer and gave his next of kin as his father James Adam Bridgeman of Inglewood. He fought in the Messines Campaign in Belgium. He attained the rank of Lance Corporal.
  • Arthur Charles Bridgeman was killed in action on 7 June 1917 in Belgium.
  • Arthur was buried in Messines Ridge British Cemetery, Messen, West Vlaadneran.

Beatrice Mary Bridgeman

F, b. 1895, d. 1963
  • Beatrice Mary Bridgeman was born in 1895 in New Zealand. She was a twin to Gladys.
  • She was the daughter of James Adams Bridgeman and Mary Ann Rampton.
  • At the age of 26 years, Beatrice Mary Bridgeman married William Robert Laurence in 1921 in New Zealand.
  • Beatrice Mary Bridgeman died in 1963 in New Zealand.

Child of Beatrice Mary Bridgeman and William Robert Laurence

Charles Bridgeman

M, b. 26 June 1893, d. 1981

Charles Daniel Bridgeman

M, b. 11 November 1845, d. 12 November 1910

Charles Walter Daniel Bridgeman 1845-1910, son of Thomas Bridgeman and Jane Eyles
  • Charles Daniel Bridgeman was born on 11 November 1845 in New South Wales, Australia. At the time of his marriage Charles states he was born at "Gosswyck" was likely a property in the Clarence River District or it was the property Gostwyck located between Tamworth and Armidale. Or it may have been Gostwyck, owned by Edward Gostwyck Cory on the Paterson River, Hunter Valley. Having been baptised on the Clarence, only three weeks after he was born makes the Gostwyck, New England connection less credible.
  • He was the son of Thomas Bridgeman and Jane Eyles.
  • Charles Daniel Bridgeman was baptized on 3 December 1845 in Clarence River, New South Wales, Australia. His parents lived on the Clarence River and his father was a carpenter.
  • He witnessed the marriage of William Gillis and Jane Eyles on 29 August 1861 in Queensland, Australia; The marriage took place at Boggandilla Station where both Jane and William lived, William being an overseer of the station at the time. Witnesses were Charles Eyles (Charles Bridgeman aged 16) and Francis Eyles (Frank Gillies aged 11). Jane and William may have wanted the minister to believe that that Jane was single, and they didn't have several children between them. Hence Charles and Frances Eyles were Jane's brothers for the purpose of the marriage.
  • At the age of 29 years, 3 months and 26 days, Charles Daniel Bridgeman married Frances Myrah Ewin, daughter of Francis Ewin and Jane Davis, on 9 March 1875 in Dalby, Queensland, Australia. Charles was working as a bullock driver in Dalby (taking goods out west and to Gympie) at the time of his marriage. Frances was a 21 year old spinster from Leicestershire, the daughter of a pottery and drain worker Francis Ewin, and Jane Davis. After their marriage, Charles worked as a station hand at Augathella.
  • After their marriage, Charles Daniel Bridgeman and Frances Myrah Ewin moved to Augathella. Charles worked as a stockman on a cattle station. Their first four daughters Jane Deborah, Ethel, Rosina and Frances were born on the station between 1877 and 1881. Charles then worked at Nive Downs for a time. He proposed going further west to Tambo but Frances could not be persuaded, so they returned to Amby Downs where Matilda was born in 1884.
    Sometime between 1884 and 1887 the family went to live with Jane Gillis at Gowrie Little Plain where Daisy was born in 1887. Chales had selected land at Kilbournie and was clearing the land, fencing and building a house for the family. Two more daughters Amelia and Phoebe were born by 1891.
  • On 5 February 1891Charles Daniel Bridgeman was named as a beneficiary of Jane Eyles's will. She bequeathed her daughter Agnes, the wife of John McGregor eight cows, and her daughter Ida wife of Walter Wood eight cows also (to be selected after Agnes had chosen hers). She bequeathed her son William Patrick the threshing machine; her daughter Alice Anderson portion 969, parish of Meringandan (80 acres); her daughter Agnes McGregor portions 1928 and 973, parish of Meringandan (80 acres in total); forty pound each to Charles Walter Bridgeman, William Patrick Gillis, Francis Gillis, Alice Anderson, Catherine Hill, and Jane Graham. The remainder of her estate was to be sold by her executors Francis Gillis and John McGregor and distributed equally between Charles Walter Bridegman, William Patrick Gillis, Francis Gillis, Alice Anderson, Agnes McGregor, Ida Wood, Catherine Hill, and Jane Graham. Her daughter Helen (Ellen) Burgess was not mentioned in the will.
  • Charles Daniel Bridgeman's first son, Walter Francis was born 1893 in Kilbirnie. He was to be the only son as his brother Richard, born 1895 died as when he was three years old. Two more daughters Eva and Violet were born in 1897 and 1900.
  • Between 1907 and 1909 Charles and Myrah moved to Cooyar to work on a dairy farm as share farmers. The drought of 1902 had left them in need of cash to continue on their own farm where they continued to live until his death.
    Charles was a skilled carpenter and built many of his children's homes.
  • Charles Daniel Bridgeman died on 12 November 1910 in Queensland, Australia, at age 65. While travelling to a building job near Chinchilla with his youngest daughter Violet, the cart became bogged after heavy rain. Charles refused to leave his cart, though nearby farmers sheltered Violet for the three days of heavy rain. Charles fearing his valuable tools may be stolen, slept under the cart. He caught a chill and was admitted to the Toowoomba General Hospital. He never recoverd. According to his death certificate he was suffering from pneumonia, empyema and gangrene of the lung and exhaustion. His father's name was given on the death certificate as Thomas Walter Bridgeman and his mother as Jane Eyles. Charles was a carpenter aged 64 years and had married in Dalby 35 years previously to Frances Mary Ewins (eldest child listed on death certificate is 38 years old, so this is not correct). His living issue were Deborah 38, Edith 36, May 34, Frances 32, Matilda 30, Daisy 28, Amelia 26, Phoebe 24, Walter 16, Helen 11 and Violet 7 (many of these ages are incorrect). The informat was E. R. Aland, Secretary of the Toowoomba Hospital.
  • Charles was buried on 14 November 1910 in Queensland. Charles and Myrah's gravestone reads-
    in loving memory of charles bridgeman died November 12th 1910 aged 65 years erected by his loving wife and family also Myrah Frances Bridgeman died April 10 1936 aged 85 years and 11 months, also infant son Richard Roland died 1895 aged 2 years and 4 months.

Children of Charles Daniel Bridgeman and Frances Myrah Ewin

Daisy Ida Bridgeman

F, b. 10 October 1887, d. 8 June 1968

Children of Daisy Ida Bridgeman and Rudolph Eduard Ferdinand Wieden

David Bridgeman

M, b. 1898, d. 21 January 1898
  • David Bridgeman was born in 1898 in New Zealand.
  • He was the son of James Adams Bridgeman and Mary Ann Rampton.
  • David Bridgeman died on 21 January 1898 in New Zealand. He was 5 weeks old.
  • David was buried on 23 January 1898 in Inglewood Cemetery.

Edith Maud Bridgeman

F, b. 29 October 1877, d. 13 June 1962
  • Edith Maud Bridgeman was born on 29 October 1877 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Charles Daniel Bridgeman and Frances Myrah Ewin.
  • At the age of 20 years, 6 months and 26 days, Edith Maud Bridgeman married Benjamin Nelder, son of Robert Gale Nelder and Jane Bridgeman, on 25 May 1898 in Queensland. They were cousins.
  • On 4 January 1937,her husband, Benjamin Nelder died in Queensland at age 65.
  • Edith Maud Bridgeman died on 13 June 1962 in Queensland at age 84.
  • Edith was buried on 15 June 1962 in Goombungee Cemetery.

Children of Edith Maud Bridgeman and Benjamin Nelder

Elizabeth Agnes Amelia Bridgeman

F, b. 1897, d. 15 March 1965
  • Elizabeth Agnes Amelia Bridgeman was born in 1897 in Victoria.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Methven Bridgeman and Martha Hester.
  • At the age of 26 years, Elizabeth Agnes Amelia Bridgeman married Arthur Ernest Hester in 1923 in Victoria.
  • Elizabeth Agnes Amelia Bridgeman died on 15 March 1965 in Victoria.

Eric James Bridgeman

M, b. 1916

Ernest Edmund Bridgeman

M, b. 1885, d. 21 October 1920
  • Ernest Edmund Bridgeman was born in 1885 in New Zealand.
  • He was the son of James Adams Bridgeman and Mary Ann Rampton.
  • At the age of 27 years, Ernest Edmund Bridgeman married Ethel Mary Hodges in 1912.
  • Ernest Edmund Bridgeman died on 21 October 1920 in Taranaki, New Zealand.
  • Ernest was buried on 23 October 1920 in Inglewood Cemetery. The record shows he was a farmer of Waitara Road.

Children of Ernest Edmund Bridgeman and Ethel Mary Hodges

Eva Bridgeman

F, b. 7 September 1891, d. 11 March 1981
  • Eva Bridgeman was born on 7 September 1891 in New Zealand.
  • She was the daughter of Thomas Henry Bridgeman and Charlotte Ann Stockman.
  • At the age of 24 years, Eva Bridgeman married Arthur George Skellern in 1916 in New Zealand.
  • On 22 January 1958,her husband, Arthur George Skellern died in New Zealand. He lived in 29 Brown Street, Inglewood.
  • Eva Bridgeman died on 11 March 1981 in New Zealand at age 89.
  • Eva was buried on 13 March 1981 in Inglewood Cemetery. She lived in the Glenside Rest home, New Plymouth.

Eva Ellen Bridgeman

F, b. 3 January 1898, d. 30 July 1986
  • Eva Ellen Bridgeman was born on 3 January 1898 in Kilburnie, Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Charles Daniel Bridgeman and Frances Myrah Ewin.
  • At the age of 20 years, 4 months and 19 days, Eva Ellen Bridgeman married Albert Ernest Olive on 22 May 1918 in Queensland.
  • On 19 November 1960,her husband, Albert Ernest Olive died in Queensland.
  • Eva Ellen Bridgeman died on 30 July 1986 in Queensland at age 88.
  • Eva was buried on 1 August 1986 in Drayton & Toowoomba Cemetery. PRES6-001-0042.

Frances Myrah Bridgeman

F, b. 11 July 1881, d. 14 September 1981
  • Frances Myrah Bridgeman was born on 11 July 1881 in Queensland.
  • She was the daughter of Charles Daniel Bridgeman and Frances Myrah Ewin.
  • At the age of 18 years, 7 months and 10 days, Frances Myrah Bridgeman married William Cooke, son of Richard Cooke and Mary Brown, on 21 February 1900 in Queensland.
  • Frances Myrah Bridgeman and William Cooke appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1908 living at Mt Darry. He was a farmer.
  • On 12 August 1935,her husband, William Cooke died in Queensland.
  • Frances Myrah Bridgeman died on 14 September 1981 in Queensland at age 100.

Children of Frances Myrah Bridgeman and William Cooke

Frank Bridgeman

M, b. 29 November 1894, d. 1978
  • Frank Bridgeman was born on 29 November 1894 in New Zealand.
  • He was the son of Thomas Henry Bridgeman and Charlotte Ann Stockman.
  • Frank Bridgeman began military service on 10 July 1918. Frank enlisted in the 40th Reinforcements E Company, New Zealand Expeditionary Force during World War I. He was a farmer and listed his next of kin as his mother Mrs C A Bridgeman of Vogeltown, New Plymouth, New Zealand. Frank saw overseas duty embarking on the "Tahiti" on 10 July 1918 for Plymouth, England.
  • At the age of 28 years, Frank Bridgeman married Frances Mabel Gracie in 1923 in New Zealand.
  • In 1971,his wife, Frances Mabel Gracie died in New Zealand.
  • Frank Bridgeman died in 1978 in New Zealand.

Frederick Albert Bridgeman

M, b. 9 September 1885, d. 13 June 1975
  • Frederick Albert Bridgeman was born on 9 September 1885 in New Zealand.
  • He was the son of Thomas Henry Bridgeman and Charlotte Ann Stockman.
  • At the age of 24 years, Frederick Albert Bridgeman married Jessie Mary Rossiter in 1910 in New Zealand.
  • Frederick Albert Bridgeman and Jessie Mary Rossiter appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1935 and 1938 living at Oruaiwi, Bay of Plenty. Frederick was shown as a labourer.
  • On 26 August 1940,his wife, Jessie Mary Rossiter died in New Zealand at age 50.
  • At the age of 56 years, Frederick Albert Bridgeman married Daphnie Mary Foster in 1942 in New Zealand.
  • Frederick Albert Bridgeman and Daphnie Mary Foster appeared on the Electoral Roll between 1948 and 1954 living at Waimarino, Bay of Plenty. Fred was a labourer.
  • Frederick Albert Bridgeman and Daphnie Mary Foster appeared on the Electoral Roll in 1963 living at Taranaki. Frederick was a roadman.
  • Frederick Albert Bridgeman died on 13 June 1975 in New Zealand at age 89.
  • Frederick was buried on 17 June 1975 in Awanu Cemetery. He was a bushman of Rangimarie Home, New Plymouth.

Children of Frederick Albert Bridgeman and Jessie Mary Rossiter

George Henry Bridgeman

M, b. 1887, d. 1890
  • George Henry Bridgeman was born in 1887 in New Zealand.
  • He was the son of Thomas Henry Bridgeman and Charlotte Ann Stockman.
  • George Henry Bridgeman died in 1890 in New Zealand.
  • George was buried on 5 June 1890 in Inglewood Cemetery.

Gladys Bridgeman

F, b. 19 June 1895, d. 10 March 1978
  • Gladys Bridgeman was born on 19 June 1895 in New Zealand. She was a twin to Beatrice.
  • She was the daughter of James Adams Bridgeman and Mary Ann Rampton.
  • At the age of 25 years and 12 days, Gladys Bridgeman married Francis Leonard Brown on 1 July 1920 in New Zealand.
  • In 1931,her husband, Francis Leonard Brown died in New Zealand.
  • At the age of 37 years, Gladys Bridgeman married Frank Albert Leslie Whiting in 1933.
  • On 19 January 1978,her husband, Frank Albert Leslie Whiting died in New Zealand at age 75. He lived at 6 Struan Avenue, New Plymouth at the time of his death. He was a retired farmer.
  • Gladys Bridgeman died on 10 March 1978 in New Zealand at age 82. She lived at 6 Struan Avenue, New Plymouth at the time of her death.
  • Gladys was cremated on 14 March 1978 and her ashes are held at the Garden of Remembrance.

Gordon Sutton Bridgeman

M, b. 1934, d. 29 September 1973
  • Gordon Sutton Bridgeman was born in 1934 in Victoria.
  • He was the son of Thomas Methven Bridgeman and Ina Constance Edwards.
  • On 23 November 1952 Gordon, a carpenter of Apollo Bay was almost drowned when a 15ft launch in which he was sailing was swept onto the reef in rough weather at Apollo Bay. Two other men in the boat were drowned. His father Thomas was watching from the cliff above and attempted to save the drowned men.
  • Gordon Sutton Bridgeman died on 29 September 1973 in Victoria.
  • Gordon was buried in Warncoort Cemetery.

Harold Bridgeman

M, b. 29 August 1889, d. 5 July 1979
  • Harold Bridgeman was born on 29 August 1889 in New Zealand.
  • He was the son of Thomas Henry Bridgeman and Charlotte Ann Stockman.
  • At the age of 25 years, Harold Bridgeman married Florence Evelyn Smith in 1915 in New Zealand.
  • Harold joined the 33rd Reinforcements Canterbury Infantry Regiment, C Company, New Zealand Expeditionary Force as a Private. He was a road forman and gave his address as Takiki, and his next of kin as his wife Mrs F E Bridgeman. Harold embarked from Wellington on the "Athenic" on 31 December 1917 bound for Glasgow, Scotland.
  • On 27 September 1944,his wife, Florence Evelyn Smith died in New Zealand.
  • Harold Bridgeman died on 5 July 1979 in New Zealand at age 89.
  • Harold was buried on 7 July 1979 in Waitara Cemetery. His last address was Waitara.