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Thomas Savell 1855

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Descendants of Thomas Savell

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  THOMAS SAVELL, son of JOHN SAVELL and JANE HASTINGS  was born 26 Jan 1855 in Chippendale, NSW, Australia, and died 12 Aug 1939 in Croydon, NSW, Australia.  He married (1) LETITIA ANN CUNNINGHAM 27 Jul 1876 in Concord, NSW, Australia.  She was born 1854 in NSW, Australia, and died 25 Nov 1901 in Burwood, NSW, Australia.  He married (2) AGNES ANNIE CARR 1907 in Sydney, NSW, Australia.  She was born 1864, and died 14 May 1952 in Mt Lawley, WA, Australia.

 

Notes for THOMAS SAVELL:

 

The township of Kalamunda came into existence in 1881 when Frederick and Elizabeth Stirk took up 10 acres of land and built themselves a wattle and daub cottage. Their dwelling was the first to be built in the future township of Kalamunda.

 

The Stirk Cottage still stands on Kalamunda Road just north of the town centre. It is a simple, vernacular three room house which, when it was originally built, was roofed with jarrah shingles. These shingles have been replaced with corrugated iron.

 

Twenty years after the arrival of the Stirks (1901) the townsite of Kalamunda was approved. It was reputedly named after the local Aboriginal words 'cala' meaning 'home' and 'munnda' meaning 'forest' - 'a home in the forest'.

 

In 1891 the timber potential of the area attracted the Canning Jarrah Timber Company which took up a 100 000 acre timber lease and built a zig zag railway between their mill and the main railway connection at Midland. So steep was the climb that the engine had to alternate between pulling the load and pushing it. The government took over the railway line in 1903 and it was run until 1949. Today there is little left of the village which grew up around the timber company however the old zig zag railway has been turned into a scenic drive which offers superb views over Greater Perth and the broad coastal plain.

 

 

Extracts from Sands Directory

1887 Savell Thomas, Carter, Baker St, Enfield

1889 Savell Thomas, Baker St, Enfield

1890 Savell Thomas, Baker St, Enfield

1892 Savell Thomas, Baker St, Enfield

1894 Savell Thomas, Baker St, Enfield

1900 Savell Thomas, Baker St, Enfield

1901 Savell Thomas, Baker St, Enfield

 

1901 NSW Census

Enfield Baker St Thomas Savell, 5 males, 3 females

 

Extracts from Electoral Rolls

1881-82 Savill, Thomas, Enfield, household, Enfield

1885 Savill, Thomas, Freehold, Enfield, NSW

1893 Savill, Thomas, Baker St, Enfield, NSW, Labourer

1894 Savill, Thomas, Baker St, Enfield, NSW, Labourer

1895 Savell, Thomas, Baker St, Enfield, NSW, Labourer

1910 Savell, Thomas, Kalamunda, WA, Contractor

        Savell, Agnes Anne, Kalamunda, WA, Married

1916 Savell, Thomas, 185 Vincent St, Balkatta, WA, Contractor

        Savell, Agnes Annie, 185 Vincent St, Balkatta, WA, Home Duties

1916 Savell, Thomas, Ilma St, Nth Perth, WA, Contractor (ENTERED TWICE)

        Savell, Agnes Annie, Ilma St, Nth Perth, WA, Home Duties

1917 Savell, Thomas, 222 Charles St, Balkatta, WA, Contractor

        Savell, Agnes Annie, 222 Charles St, Balkatta, WA, Married

1919 Savell, Thomas, 86 Aberdeen St, Nth Perth, WA, Contractor

        Savell, Agnes Annie, 86 Aberdeen St, Nth Perth, WA, Married

1919 Savell, Thomas, 22 Coolgardie St, Subiaco, WA, Contractor (from suplementary)

        Savell, Agnes Annie, 22 Coolgardie St, Subiaco, WA, Married

1922 Savell, Thomas, Tareena St, Nedlakes Park, WA, Salesman

        Savell, Agnes Anne, Tareena St, Nedlakes Park, WA, Married

1925 Savell, Thomas, 251 Beaufort St, Nth Perth, WA, Traveller

        Savell, Agnes Anne, 251 Beaufort St, Nth Perth, WA,  Home Duties

1925 Savell, Thomas, 166 Aberdeen St, Perth, WA, Salesman (ENTERED TWICE)

        Savell, Agnes Anne, 166 Aberdeen St, Perth, WA, Married

1926 Savell, Thomas, 166 Aberdeen St, Perth, WA, Salesman

        Savell, Agnes Annie, 166 Aberdeen St, Perth, WA, Married

1934 Savell, Thomas, 49 Vincent St, Nth Perth, WA, Retired

        Savell, Agnes Anne, 49 Vincent St, Nth Perth, WA, Home Duties

1936 Savell, Thomas,  183 Newcastle St, Nth Perth, WA, Salesman.

        Savell, Agnes Anne, 183 Newcastle St, Nth Perth, WA, Home Duties

1950 Savell, Agnes Ann,  572 Newcastle St, West Perth, WA, No Occ.

 

 

Notes for AGNES ANNIE CARR:

 

Cremated at Karrakatta Cemetery

     

Children of THOMAS SAVELL and LETITIA CUNNINGHAM are:

                   i.       FLORENCE MAY SAVELL, b. 1877, Concord, NSW, Australia; d. 24 Apr 1878, Concord, NSW, Australia.

2.               ii.       ELIZA JANE SAVELL, b. 1879, Concord, NSW, Australia; d. 1947, Ashfield, NSW, Australia.

3.              iii.       THOMAS HENRY SAVELL, b. 1880, Concord, NSW, Australia; d. 1966, Kogarah, NSW, Australia.

4.              iv.       EDITH SAVELL, b. 1883, Canterbury, NSW, Australia; d. 1964, Gosford, NSW, Australia.

                   v.       JOHN W SAVELL, b. 1884, Canterbury, NSW, Australia; d. 1907, Newcastle, NSW, Australia.

                  vi.       ARTHUR FREDERICK SAVELL, b. 1888, Enfield, NSW, Australia; m. ELIZABETH ROSENA EMMA BLACKBURN, 1923, Murray, WA, Australia; b. 1900, Jarrahdale, WA, Australia.

 

Notes for ARTHUR FREDERICK SAVELL:

 

Regimental number 5194

Religion Church of England

Occupation Teamster

Address Ilma Street, Mount Hawthorn, Western Australia

Marital status Single

Age at embarkation 27

Next of kin Father, Mr T Savell, Ilma Street, Mount Hawthorn, Western Australia

Enlistment date 7 February 1916

Rank on enlistment Private

Unit name 11th Battalion, 16th Reinforcement

AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/28/4

Embarkation details Unit embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia, on board HMAT A9 Shropshire on 31 March 1916

Rank from Nominal Roll Lance Corporal

Unit from Nominal Roll 11th Battalion

Fate Returned to Australia 1 June 1919

 

WW1 Service Record

 

 

Bowyangs and boomerangs : reminiscences of 40 years' prospecting in Australia and Tasmania / by M.J. O'Reilly, "Mulga Mick". State Library pg42

 

Dwellingup is located 97 km south of Perth. It is a small settlement situated on top of an escarpment and, as a typical timber town, is surrounded by a state forest. Not surprisingly nearly all the houses in town are built of wood.

 

The Dwellingup area wasn't settled by Europeans until the late nineteenth century when it was opened up by timber cutters eager to exploit the jarrah, blackbutt and marri in the area. The timber was shipped out of the area through the port at Rockingham.

 

A Government railway was built from Pinjarra to Dwellingup in 1910 and a cooperative of sleeper cutters, the South West Timber Hewers Co-operative Society Ltd, was established to extract timber from 20 000 acres which became known as Holyoake.

 

A number of small timber settlements - Holyoake, Nanga Brook, Marrinup, Chadoora - grew up in the area at this time but Dwellingup became the most important centre with a hotel, a doctor, two butchers, a baker and a saddler.

 

In 1918 the forests around Dwellingup became part of the State Forest and consequently the town became a centre for forest management and research.

 

The town was virtually destroyed in 1961 when lightning started a bushfire which lasted for five days,damaged 140 000 ha of forest, and wiped out many of the smaller timber towns. The fire eventually was burning on a 16 km front. It destroyed Nanga Brook, Holyoake, Marrinup, Banksiadale and Dwellingup. Of all the towns damaged by the bushfire only Dwellingup was rebuilt.

 

Married 1923 in Murray, WA (ref 15), spouse surname unknown

 

SAVELL  ARTHUR F  MURRAY  15  M  1923  BLACKBURN  ELIZABETH R E

 

Extracts from Electoral Rolls

1916 Savell, Arthur Frederick, Kurrawang Woodline, WA, Timber Cutter

1917 Savell, Arthur Frederick, Kurrawang Woodline, WA, Timber Cutter

1925 Savell, Arthur Frederick, Marrinup, WA, Blacksmiths Striker

          Savell, Elizabeth Rosena Emma, Marrinup, WA, Wife

1931 Savell, Arthur Frederick, Dwellingup, WA, Contractor

          Savell, Elizabeth Rosena Emma, Dwellingup, WA, Housewife

1934 Savell, Arthur Frederick, Dwellingup, WA, Contractor

          Savell, Elizabeth Rosena Emma, Dwellingup, WA, Housewife

1936 Savell, Arthur Frederick, Dwellingup, WA, Contractor

          Savell, Elizabeth Rosena Emma, Dwellingup, WA, Housewife

1950 Savell, Arthur Frederick, Dwellingup, WA, Contractor

          Savell, Elizabeth Rosena Emma, , Dwellingup, WA, Housewife

 

 

                 vii.       HERBERT STANLEY SAVELL, b. 1890, Enfield, NSW, Australia; m. ANN GOLLAND, 1920, Newtown, Sydney, NSW, Australia; b. 1893, Quirindi, NSW, Australia; d. 1965, Burwood, NSW, Australia.

 

Notes for HERBERT STANLEY SAVELL:

 

Regimental number 1054

Religion Church of England

Occupation Shearer

Address 42 Cook Road, Marrickville

Marital status Single

Age at embarkation 25

Next of kin T. Savell, 42 Cook Road, Marrickville

Enlistment date 16 February 1915

Date of Enlistment from Nominal Roll 18 February 1915

Rank on enlistment Private

Unit name 1st Light Horse Regiment, 6th Reinforcement

AWM Embarkation Roll number 10/6/2

Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A65 Clan McEwen on 28 June 1915

Rank from Nominal Roll Private

Unit from Nominal Roll 1st Light Horse Regiment

Fate Returned to Australia 13 March 1919

 

WW1 Service Record

 

 

The 1st Light Horse Regiment was raised, from recruits from New South Wales, at Rosebury Park in Sydney in August 1914. It was one of three regiments of the 1st Light Horse Brigade – the first mounted formation committed by Australia to the First World War. The regiment sailed from Sydney on 19 October and disembarked in Egypt on 8 December.

 

The light horse were initially considered unsuitable for the Gallipoli operation, but were soon deployed without their horses to reinforce the infantry. The 1st Light Horse Regiment landed on 12 May 1915 and was attached to the New Zealand and Australian Division. It played a defensive role for most of the campaign but mounted an attack on the Turkish position known as “the Chessboard” as part of the August Offensive on 7 August – 200 men were involved, 147 became casualties. The regiment left Gallipoli on 21 December 1915.

 

Back in Egypt, the 1st Light Horse Regiment joined the ANZAC Mounted Division. Between January and May 1916, it was deployed to protect the Nile valley from bands of pro-Turkish Senussi Arabs. On 14 May, it redeployed with its parent brigade to join the forces defending the Suez Canal. The 1st Light Horse Brigade played a significant role in turning back the Turkish advance on the canal at the battle of Romani on 4 August. In ensuing days the regiments of the Brigade participated in the immediate follow-up of the defeated Turks, but were soon withdrawn to rest.

 

The 1st Light Horse Regiment rejoined the Allied advance across the Sinai in November 1916 and was subsequently involved in the fighting to secure the Turkish outposts on the Palestine frontier – Maghdaba on 23 December 1916 and Rafa on 9 January 1917. A stint of protective duty along the line of communications through the Sinai followed. The 1st Light Horse Regiment’s next major engagement was the abortive second battle of Gaza on 19 April. Gaza finally fell on 7 November, after a wide outflanking move via Beersheba, in which the regiments of the 1st Light Horse Brigade played a part.

 

With the capture of Gaza, the Turkish position in southern Palestine collapsed. The 1st Light Horse Regiment participated in the advance to Jaffa that followed, and was then committed to operations to clear and occupy the west bank of the Jordan River. It was involved in the Amman (24–27 February) and Es Salt (30 April–4 May) raids and the repulse of a major German and Turkish attack on 14 July 1918.

 

The final British offensive of the campaign was launched along the Mediterranean coast on 19 September 1918, with the ANZAC Mounted Division taking part in a subsidiary effort east of the Jordan aimed at Amman. Turkey surrendered on 30 October 1918. The 1st Light Horse Regiment sailed for Australia on 12 March 1919 without their horses, which were either shot or transferred to Indian cavalry units.

 

Extracts from Electoral Rolls

1915 Savell, Herbert Stanley, 42 Cook Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Storeman

 

 

 

Notes for ANN GOLLAND:

 

30417/1893  GOLLAND  ANN  GEORGE  MARTHA  QUIRINDI 

16453/1930  CHATE  OSCAR P  SAVELL  ANN  WAVERLEY

19089/1965  CHATE  ANN  GEORGE  MARTHA  BURWOOD

 

Remarried Oscar P Chate.

 

                viii.       GRACE LETITIA SAVELL, b. 1891, Burwood, NSW, Australia; d. 20 Aug 1893, Burwood, NSW, Australia.

5.              ix.       GEORGE SAVELL, b. 1893, Burwood, NSW, Australia; d. 19 Jun 1983, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

                   x.       DORIS CARLINE SAVELL, b. 1895, Burwood, NSW, Australia; d. 1970, Gosford, NSW, Australia; m. MERLE BERNARD THOMPSON, 1915, Sydney, NSW, Australia; d. 1944, Woollahra, Sydney, NSW, Australia.

 

Notes for MERLE BERNARD THOMPSON:

 

Extracts from Electoral Rolls

1930 Thompson, Merle Bernard, Regent, Old South Head Rd, Bellevue Hill, NSW, Hairdresser

         Thompson, Doris Caroline, Regent, Old South Head Rd, Bellevue Hill, NSW, Hairdresser

1936 Thompson, Merle Bernard, 481 New South Head Rd, Double Bay, NSW, Hairdresser

         Thompson, Doris Carline, 481 New South Head Rd, Double Bay, NSW, Hairdresser

 

13821/1944  THOMPSON  MERLE BERNARD  FREDERICK HENRY  JOHANNA  WOOLLAHRA   

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  ELIZA JANE SAVELL was born 1879 in Concord, NSW, Australia, and died 1947 in Ashfield, NSW, Australia.  She married JAMES EDWARD MACKAY 1901 in Burwood, NSW, Australia.  He died 1939 in Burwood, NSW, Australia.

 

Notes for JAMES EDWARD MACKAY:

 

Name needs to be verified from Electoral Rolls.....

 

1930 Mackay, James Edward, Aberdeen, 9 Stanton Rd, Haberfield, NSW, Independant Means

         Mackay, Eliza Jane, Aberdeen, 9 Stanton Rd, Haberfield, NSW, Home Duties

         Mackay, Florence Letitia, 9 Stanton Rd, Haberfield, NSW, Home Duties

1936 Mackay, James Edward, 7 Stanton Rd, Haberfield, NSW, Independant Means

         Mackay, Eliza Jane, 7 Stanton Rd, Haberfield, NSW, Home Duties

         Mackay, Daphne Patience, 7 Stanton Rd, Haberfield, NSW, Kindergarten Teacher

         Mackay, Marjory Sylvia, 7 Stanton Rd, Haberfield, Nurse

 

 

     

Children of ELIZA SAVELL and JAMES MACKAY are:

                   i.       JAMES E MACKAY, b. 1903, Canterbury, NSW, Australia; d. 1903, Canterbury, NSW, Australia.

                  ii.       STANLEY H MACKAY, b. 1904, Canterbury, NSW, Australia; d. 1904, Canterbury, NSW, Australia.

                 iii.       GEORGE A MACKAY, b. 1906, Canterbury, NSW, Australia.

 

Notes for GEORGE A MACKAY:

 

Extracs from Electoral Rolls

1930 Mackay, George Arthur, 18 Turner Ave, Haberfield, NSW, Clerk

         Mackay, Lillian Edith, 18 Turner Ave, Haberfield, NSW, Home Duties

1936 Mackay, George Arthur, 18 Turner Ave, Haberfield, NSW, Clerk

         Mackay, Lillian Edith, 18 Turner Ave, Haberfield, NSW, Home Duties

 

                  iv.       FLORENCE L MACKAY, b. 1908, Canterbury, NSW, Australia.

                   v.       EILEEN M MACKAY, b. 1909, Burwood, NSW, Australia.

                  vi.       DAPHNE P MACKAY, b. 1914, Ashfield, NSW, Australia.

 

Notes for DAPHNE P MACKAY:

 

Maybe

SAUNDERS Daphne Patience Death notice 09JAN1990 Death   Sydney Morning Herald 11JAN1990 

44/1942  SAUNDERS  JOHN FREDERICK  MACKAY  DAPHNE PATIENCE  SYDNEY 

 

Name SAUNDERS, JOHN FREDERICK 

Service Australian Army 

Service Number NX101499 (N235916) 

Date of Birth 19 Oct 1910

Place of Birth LARGS, NSW 

Date of Enlistment 15 Jul 1942 

Locality on Enlistment HABERFIELD, NSW 

Place of Enlistment GRETA, NSW 

Next of Kin SAUNDERS, DAPHNE 

Date of Discharge 8 Aug 1946

Rank Captain 

Posting at Discharge H Q 2 AUST INF TR BDE 

WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display

Prisoner of War No 

 

 

                 vii.       ROY MACKAY, b. 1915, Ashfield, NSW, Australia; d. 11 Nov 1942, Papua New Guinea.

 

Notes for ROY MACKAY:

 

Name MACKAY, ROY 

Service Australian Army 

Service Number NX31176 

Date of Birth 18 Feb 1915

Place of Birth ASHFIELD, NSW 

Date of Enlistment 10 Jun 1940 

Locality on Enlistment CAMPSIE, NSW 

Place of Enlistment PADDINGTON, NSW 

Next of Kin MACKAY, EVELYN 

Date of Death 11 Nov 1942 

Rank Lieutenant 

Posting on Death 2/31 AUSTRALIAN INFANTRY BATTALION 

WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display

Prisoner of War No 

Roll of Honour CAMPSIE NSW

 

PORT MORESBY (BOMANA) WAR CEMETERY

 

 

 

3.  THOMAS HENRY SAVELL was born 1880 in Concord, NSW, Australia, and died 1966 in Kogarah, NSW, Australia.  He married MARION CHRISTINA FAIRBAIRN 23 Aug 1902 in Christ Church, Enmore, NSW, Australia.  She was born 1880, and died 19 Sep 1967 in Kogarah, NSW, Australia.

 

Notes for THOMAS HENRY SAVELL:

 

Extracts from Sands Directory

1906 Savell, T.H. Livingson Rd, Marrickville

1908 Savell, T.H. Livingson Rd, Marrickville

1927 Savell, T.H. 12 Cook Rd, Marrickville

1930 Savell, T.H. 12 Cook Rd, Marrickville

1930 Savell and Atwells Cabinet Makers off 12 Cook Rd Marrickville

1932 Savell, T.H. 12 Cook Rd, Marrickville

 

Extracts from Electoral Rolls

1906 Savell, Thomas Henry, Livingston Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Carter

        Savell, Marion Christina, Livingston Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Domestic Duties

1909 Savell, Thomas Henry, 40 Cook Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Carter

        Savell, Marion Christina, 40 Fitzroy Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Home Duties

1913 Savell, Thomas Henry, 42 Cook Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Tally Clerk

        Savell, Marion Christina, 42 Cook Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Home Duties  

1915 Savell, Thomas Henry, 42 Cook Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Tally Clerk

        Savell, Marion Christina, 42 Cook Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Home Duties  

1930 Savell, Thomas Henry, 42 Cook Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Tally Clerk

        Savell, Marion Christina, 42 Cook Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Home Duties  

1936 Savell, Thomas Henry, 12 Cook Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Tally Clerk

        Savell, Marion Christina, 12 Cook Rd, Marrickville, NSW, Home Duties  

1960 Savell, Thomas Henry, 55 Tavistock Rd, Sth Hurstville, NSW, No Occupation

        Savell, Marion Christina, 55 Tavistock Rd, Sth Hurstville, NSW, Home Duties

 

     

Children of THOMAS SAVELL and MARION FAIRBAIRN are:

                   i.       EDWARD LINDSEY SAVELL, b. 1906, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW, Australia; d. 11 Sep 1982, Cronulla, NSW, Australia; m. STELLA MAY MORTON, 1924, Marrackville, NSW, Australia; b. 1907; d. 05 Mar 1984, Bateau Bay, NSW, Australia.

 

Notes for EDWARD LINDSEY SAVELL:

 

Extracts fram Sands Directories

1927 Edw L, 17 Despointes St, Marrickville

 

Extracts from Electoral Rolls

1930 Savell, Edward Lindsey, 53 Flers Ave, Earlwood, NSW, Bread Salesman

          Savell, Stella May, 53 Flers Ave, Earlwood, NSW, Home Duties

1935 Savell, Edward Lindsey, 23 Hamilton Ave, Earlwood, NSW, Bread Salesman

          Savell, Stella May, 23 Hamilton Ave, Earlwood, NSW, Home Duties

1936 Savell, Edward Lindsey, 53 Flers Ave, Earlwood, NSW, Bread Salesman

          Savell, Stella May, 53 Flers Ave, Earlwood, NSW, Home Duties

1960 Savell, Edward Lindsey, 59 Yowie Ave, Carringbah, NSW, No Occupation

          Savell, Stella May, 59 Yowie Ave, Carringbah, NSW, Home Duties

 

 

                  ii.       REGINALD THOMAS SAVELL, b. 03 May 1910, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW, Australia; d. 10 Mar 2001, Woy Woy, NSW, Australia; m. VERONICA ADA LANG, 1934, Petersham, Sydney, NSW, Australia; d. 15 Mar 1970, Woy Woy, NSW, Australia.

 

Notes for REGINALD THOMAS SAVELL:

 

WW2 Nominal Roll

Name SAVELL, REGINALD THOMAS 

Service Australian Army 

Service Number N258047 

Date of Birth 3 May 1910

Place of Birth MARRICKVILLE, NSW 

Date of Enlistment 2 Feb 1942 

Locality on Enlistment EARLWOOD, NSW 

Place of Enlistment BELMORE, NSW 

Next of Kin SAVELL, VERONICA 

Date of Discharge Unknown

Rank Unknown 

Posting at Discharge Unknown 

WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display

Prisoner of War No 

 

Extracts from Electoral Rolls

1930 Savell, Reginald Thomas, 3 Ashton Ave, Earlwood, NSW, Cabinet Maker

         Savell, Veronica Ada, 3 Ashton Ave, Earlwood, NSW, Home Duties

1936 Savell, Reginald Thomas, 3 Ashton Ave, Earlwood, NSW, Cabinet Maker

         Savell, Veronica Ada, 3 Ashton Ave, Earlwood, NSW, Home Duties

 

 

 

                 iii.       VIOLET LETITIA SAVELL, b. 1912, Marrickville, Sydney, NSW, Australia; d. 24 Feb 2000, Arncliffe, Sydney, NSW, Australia; m. HENRY ARTHUR BUTTERWORTH, 1933, Newtown, Sydney, NSW, Australia; b. 1913; d. 18 May 1956, Rockdale, NSW, Australia.

 

Notes for HENRY ARTHUR BUTTERWORTH:

 

Possible Death?

12500/1956  BUTTERWORTH  HENRY ARTHUR  BENJAMIN EDMUND  FLORENCE  ROCKDALE  

 

WW2 Nominal Roll

Name BUTTERWORTH, HENRY ARTHUR 

Service Australian Army 

Service Number NX177641 (N334693) 

Date of Birth 24 Feb 1913

Place of Birth SYDNEY, NSW 

Date of Enlistment 16 Feb 1944 

Locality on Enlistment ARNCLIFFE, NSW 

Place of Enlistment SYDNEY, NSW 

Next of Kin BUTTERWORTH, VIOLET 

Date of Discharge 4 Dec 1946

Rank Sergeant 

Posting at Discharge 19 AUST DEPOT CASH OFFICE 

WW2 Honours and Gallantry None for display

Prisoner of War No 

 

Extracts from Electoral Rolls

1936 Butterworth, Henry Arthur, 36 Persic St, Belmore, NSW, Accountant

          Butterworth, Violet Letitia, 36 Persic St, Belmore, NSW, Home Duties

 

 

 

 

4.  EDITH SAVELL  was born 1883 in Canterbury, NSW, Australia, and died 1964 in Gosford, NSW, Australia.  She married HENRY C HAWKESLEY 1904 in Granville, NSW, Australia. 

 

Notes for HENRY C HAWKESLEY:

 

Son?

HAWKSLEY,Henry Charles  14APR1991  78 Death late of Parramatta 16APR1991 SMH

 

HAWKSLEY HENRY CHARLES : Service Number - N191759 : Date of birth - 22 Jan 1913 : Place of birth - MERRYLANDS NSW : Place of enlistment - PARRAMATTA NSW : Next of Kin - HAWKSLEY DOROTHY

 

Check pre 1918 BDMs.....

 

Extracts from Electoral Rolls

1930 Hawkesley, Edith, 179 Darlinghurst Rd, Darlinghurst, NSW, Home Duties

 

Extracts from Sands Directories

Hawkesley, H, 76 Church St, Parramatta (Maybe?)

 

     

Child of EDITH SAVELL and HENRY HAWKESLEY is:

                   i.       EDITH M5 HAWKESLEY, b. 1904, Granville, NSW, Australia.

 

 

5.  GEORGE SAVELL was born 1893 in Burwood, NSW, Australia, and died 19 Jun 1983 in Sydney, NSW, Australia.  He married KATHLEEN SARAH UNKNOWN.  She died 26 Apr 1986 in Haberfield, NSW, Australia.

 

Notes for GEORGE SAVELL:

 

Regimental number 22450

Religion Church of England

Occupation Slaughterman

Address 'Carlton', Ilma Street, Mt Hawthorn, Western Australia

Marital status Single

Age at embarkation 22

Next of kin Father, T Savell, 'Carlton', Ilma Street, Mt Hawthorn, Western Australia

Enlistment date 21 January 1916

Rank on enlistment Driver

Unit name Howitzer Brigade 23, Brigade Ammunition Column

AWM Embarkation Roll number 13/133/1

Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A7 Medic on 20 May 1916

Rank from Nominal Roll Driver

Unit from Nominal Roll 11th Field Artillery Brigade

Fate Returned to Australia 1 June 1919

 

From Granville RSL Honour Roll

Savell G  22450 111th Bty.1st.A.I.F.(WW1) 19.06.1983

 

WW1 Service Record

 

The 7th Field Artillery Brigade, 3rd Division, AIF was formed at the "Warren" a one time convent, in the suburb of Marrickville, NSW on 17 March 1916, under the command of Lieutenant Colonel R. St. J. Pearce, VD. The Brigade comprised Brigade Headquarters, 25, 26, 27 and 28 Field Batteries (each of four 18 pounder guns) and 7th Field Brigade Ammunition Column. The Brigade embarked at Sydney on HMAT Argyllshire on the 11 May 1916. It arrived at Portsmouth, England on 11 July. Training took place at Larkhill, Salisbury Plains, Wiltshire where the 23rd Howitzer Brigade was abolished and 107 Howitzer Battery of this Brigade, with 4.5 inch howitzers, was allocated to 7th Field Artillery Brigade. 28 Field Battery was allocated to a new artillery brigade, the 23rd Field Artillery Brigade.

 

The brigade disembarked at Le Havre, France on 31 December 1916. At Stazeele in January 1917 a further reorganisation of the Brigade occurred. The batteries were reformed and made into six gun batteries. The original 27 Battery was cut up and its personnel allocated amongst the other batteries. A new 27 Battery was formed out of the now disbanded 23 Field Artillery Brigade. This reorganisation was to economise on battery commanders, who were in short supply.

 

 The Brigade went into action on 17 January 1917 at Armentieres and took part in the battles of Menin Road, Broodseinde, Passchendaele, Morlancourt, Mont St. Quentin, Messines and the Hindenburg Line. Towards the end of the war, in 1918, the Brigade served with the 27th United States Division. On 3 April 1919 the 7th and 8th Field Artillery Brigades were amalgamated. By the end of April only about 250 men remained in both brigades and on 1 May 1919 2nd Division Artillery and 7th Field Artillery Brigade ceased to function. The remaining personnel were formed into one battery (26 Field Battery) and attached to 4th Field Artillery Brigade for demobilisation. On 18 August 1919, the Brigade was removed from the line of battle.

 

Extracts from Electoral Rolls

1941 Savell, George , 13 Parramatta Rd, Haberfield, NSW, Slaughterman

        Savell, Kathleen Sarah, 13 Parramatta Rd, Haberfield, NSW, Home Duties

1960 Savell, George snr, 13 Parramatta Rd, Haberfield, NSW, Slaughterman

        Savell, Kathleen Sarah, 13 Parramatta Rd, Haberfield, NSW, Home Duties

1970 Savell, George, 5/284 Blaxcell St, Granville, NSW, Meat Worker

        Savell, Kathleen Sarah, 5/284 Blaxcell St, Granville, NSW, Home Duties

1980 Savell, George, 5/284 Blaxcell St, Granville, NSW, Meat Worker

        Savell, Kathleen Sarah, 5/284 Blaxcell St, Granville, NSW, Home Duties

 

Extracts from Sands Directories

1921, Savell George, Rosebery Rd, Guildford

 

 

Notes for KATHLEEN SARAH UNKNOWN:

 

Death notice from SMH 1st May 1886

Savell, Kathleen Sarah - April 26th 1986 at Hospital, late of Haberfield, dearly loved wife of George (deceased), loving mother and mother-in-law of Doris, George, Tom and Doreen and Bernard (deceased), loving grandmother and great grandmother of their children.  At rest.  Privately cremated at Rookwood crematorium Weds April 30 1986.

     

Children of GEORGE SAVELL and KATHLEEN UNKNOWN are:

                   i.       THOMAS SAVELL.

 

Notes for THOMAS SAVELL:

 

1400/1952  SAVELL  THOMAS  HUGHES  DOREEN  BURWOOD 

 

Extracts from Electoral Rolls

1960 Savell, Thomas, 13 Parramatta Rd, Haberfield, NSW, Fitter & Turner

         Savell, Doreen, 13 Parramatta Rd, Haberfield, NSW, Home Duties

 

 

                  ii.       DORIS SAVELL.

                 iii.       GEORGE SAVELL.

 

Notes for GEORGE SAVELL:

 

Other son?

18608/1951  SAVELL  GEORGE  ARMSTRONG  IRENE  PETERSHAM 

1960 Savell, George, 30 Gidgee St, Cabramatta, NSW, PMG Linesman

         Savell, Irene, 30 Gidgee St, Cabramatta, NSW, Home Duties

 

                  iv.       BERNARD SAVELL, d. 1934, Orange, NSW, Australia 

 

 


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