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Christina and Donald McLEAN from Scotland 1837
1840 - 1916 (~ 76 years)
||Richard (Dickie) JONES  |
||Hampshire UK [1, 2]
|The late Mr Jones was born in Hamp-|
shire, England, and came out to Aus-
tralia with his parents when he was
only 7 years of age. The family set-
tled in the Strathalbyn district, where
they carried on farming pursuits
|After farming on his own account for a few years at Belvidere, he sold the property Yanipy and came over to Victoria in 1873, when the land was thrown open for selection and he selected at Yanipy. In those days settlers had to cart their wheat and produce either to Dimboola or Custon, near the South Australian border, and on the return journey bring back the necessary provisions to last several months. He retained the farm that he selected until about 12 months before he passed away, when he sold out and went into Kaniva, where he lived a retired life. |
||00 Oct 1915
|Ill health lead to a stroke that plagued his stoic manner of getting on with life |
||22 Oct 1916
||Kaniva Vic [1, 3]
||Christina and Donald McLean | John McLean's descendants
||23 Apr 2020 |
||Mary Ann MCLEAN, b. 15 Oct 1846, Milang SA , d. 2 Dec 1927, Kaniva Vic (Age 81 years) |
||3 Nov 1869
||Angas Plains SA 
||18 Sep 2018 05:28:27 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
- [S-3] BRB 'Donald & Christina McLean & Their Descendants', 1995 copies available, Copies of the BRB available Strathalbyn National Trust Museum & Library, several libraries around Australia including State Library SA, and Western Australian Genealogical Society Bayswater WA Request assistance for locating a copy through 'Contact us' on this website. .
- [S-198] NEWSPAPER TROVE Nhill Freepress 1914-1918, Fri 27 Oct 1916 Page 3 OBITUARY., 21 Jun 2019 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
OBITUARY. ?:O:? RICHARD JONES. General regret was expressed on Sunday when it became known that Mr Richard Jones, a well-known identity of Kaniva, had passed away in his 70th year. About 12 months ago deceased had a paralytic stroke, from which he never properly recovered, although he was able to get about and enjoy life to a certain extent. The late Mr Jones was born in Hampshire, England, and came out to Australia with his parents when he was only 7 years of age. The family settled in the Strathalbyn district,where
they carried on farming pursuits. In 1869 he married the eldest daughter of the late Mr John McLean, a well known farmer at Angus Plains.After farming on his own account for a few years atBelvidere, he sold out and came over to Victoria in 1873, when the land was thrown open for selection and he selected at Yanipy. In those days settlers had to cart their wheat and produce either to Dimboola or
Custon, near the South Australian border, and on the return journey bring back the necessary provisions to last several months. He retained the farm that he selected until about 12 months ago, when he sold out and went into Kaniva, where he lived a retired life. He was a staunch member of the Presbyterian Church, and by his kind and
cheerfui ways had won the esteem and affection of all who knew him, and during his life had done many acts of kindness both in action and deed for many people who were not so fortunate in life. He has several nieces and nephews in South and Western Australia, and Mrs Tom Warner, of Winiam, who nursed him during his sickness, is also a niece. Deceased had no children of his own, but Mrs John Spry, of Kaniva, is an adopted daughter. The remains were interred in the
Kaniva cemetery on Tuesday, the funeral being largely attended. Mr
Rae of the Kaniva Presbyterian Church, conducted the burial service.
- [S-97] BDM VIC, https://online.justice.vic.gov.au/bdm/indexsearch.doj?viewSequence=200&language=en&trxId=IDX&commandAction_displayDetailsAction%3D3CA7F44046E7B950F1583F96AD07286C, 17.09.2018 Researcher Lorna McLean.
Births Deaths & Marriages Victoria
Event registration number14741
Family nameJONES Given namesRichd Father's nameJones Jno Mother's nameHannah (Mackeral) Place of birth Place of deathKaniva Age75
Entered Kaniva since Richards wife also died in Kaniva Vic. This may be disputed in future searches. TBA
- [S-64] PUBLICATION "Belvidere" Lance C Wakefield 1992, (Mr Lance Wakefield, Printed: Lutheran Publishing House 205 Halifax st Adelaide), ISBN 0 646 122 010., 2 February 2017 Researcher Lorna McLean.
Details page 106...title JONES
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- [S-75] http://www.genealogysa.org.au requires login, 17.09.2018 Researcher Lorna McLean.
Groom Given Name(s): Richard
Groom Last Name: JONES
Bride Given Name(s): Mary Ann
Bride Last Name: MACLEAN
Marriage Date: 1869, February 18
Marriage Place: Res of John MacLean Bremer District
Groom Age: FL
Groom Approx. Birth Year:
Groom Marital Status: S
Groom Father: John JONES
Bride Age: FL
Bride Approx. Birth Year:
Bride Marital Status: S
Bride Father Name: John MACLEAN
District: Mount Barker
This BDM of SA official register states marriage as Feb 18 1869. BRB states marriage on 3 Nov 1869. Future searches may confirm. Left but offered this records