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Olivia Mary (Queenie) PARKER

Olivia Mary (Queenie) PARKER

Female 1885 - 1955  (70 years)

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  • Name Olivia Mary (Queenie) PARKER  [1
    Nickname Queenie 
    Born 23 May 1885  Collingwood Vic Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Female 
    Education 30 Jun 1906  Northcote Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Queenie's ALCM registration is listed in VICTORIA GOVERNMENT GAZETTE No.18 TUESDAY JANUARY 26 1909. In Division D page 677. entry reads Registration Number 5524 PARKER, Queenie of Waterloo Road Northcote in Category of MUSIC  
    Education 30 Jun 1906  Melbourne Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Victorian Government Gazette of Registered Teachers (new Act of 1905). Stated Queenie had been practising as a teacher prior to the Act. But identified her as qualified. SOURCE LJM FROM VIC GOVT GAZETTE. Line entry "queenie parker in 1906".

    in fact the Australian Government at/after Federation establishment it was required to source all those whom had a teaching qualification and list them in the Government Gazette; as stated above.  
    Biography Notes 7 Feb 1909  Melbourne Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    NEWSPAPER ENTRY-GENERAL INFO TO PUBLIC...REGISTRATION OF MUSIC
    TEACHERS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE ARGUS
    Sir,-A letter appeared in your columns
    recently giving the name of an institution
    whose certificates were to be recognised by
    the Registration Board as an evidence of
    knowledge of music. May we, as representatives of the Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music, London, Trinity College of Music, London, and the Musical Society of Victoria, be permitted to state that the following certifícates are also accepted as regards knowledge:Secondary.-Licentiate of the Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music, London; Licentiate Diploma of the Trinity College of Music, London; Association of the Trinity College of Music, London (not
    gained by examination in the art of teaching). Primary.-Second-class Diploma, Musical Society of Victoria Higher Pass Certificate or the Trinity College of Music, London; advanced grade (practical) and intermediate (theoretical) or the
    Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music, London. A further examination is required in ability to teach, and it should be distinctly, understood that this xamination is conducted by the Registration Board, and not by any institution, in or out of Melbourne. Yours, &c., THOS. BRENTNALL, Hon. Gen. Representative of the R.A.M. and R.C.M., London F. BRUFORD, Local Secretary, Trinity College of Music, London W.H. HEATHCOTE, Secretary, Musical Society
    of Victoria.
    Melbourne, Feb. 7. 1908
    https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/10645540?searchTerm=%22London%20College%20of%20Music%22%20examinations 
    • This was provided by the Melbourne University in an extensive email offering all related info to Queenie. This writeup is focussed on the exclusive intent that those with a high level of music appreciation were also trained and tested for their ability to TEACH. Which since Queenie was a private tutor would have also received this London College of Music specific teaching.
    Occupation 25 Dec 1909  Melbourne Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC. At the practical examinations held in connection with this institution, just completed. the following candidates were successful in their respective grades.The names of their teachers are given in parentheses:?

    Primary.Annie Hughes, Laura Adams (Miss Queenie Parker, A.L.C.M.), Ellen Phillips (Miss Queenie Parker. A.L.C.M.)

    Elementary - Florence Hicks, (Miss Queenie Parker, Lizzy Petri (Miss Queenie Parker, A.L.C.M.), May Miller (Miss Queenie Parker) 
    Occupation 22 Jun 1911  Melbourne Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    LONDON. COLLEGE OF MUSIC. The following candidates were successful in the various grades at the half yearly examination; just completed. The names of the teachers appear in parentheses after successfull students name MELBOURNE CENTRE. Annie Hughes, Louie Adams (Miss Q Parker A.L.C.M.) 
    Occupation 16 Oct 1915  Northcote Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    ADVERTISEMENT--:--MISS QUEENIE PARKER, A.LC.M. receives and visits pupils for the PIANOFORTE. Pupils prepared for London College Conservatorium, etc.. Exams. "Norman," Waterloo Rd., Northcote. Preston visited twice weekly. 
    Occupation 3 Jun 1916  Northcote Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    LOCALISMS section P2 of paper lists extensive variety of information of local news....Miss Hilda Bricknell. pupil of Miss Q.Parker, passed Junior Division of
    Theory at the recent examination of
    the London College of Music. 
    Occupation 4 Jan 1917  Melbourne Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    Advanced Intermediate-Pianoforte-Moira Long-Honours Miss Q Parker (A.L.C.M.) Intermediate Pianoforte... (name illegible)Brown Miss Q. Parker (A.L.C.M. )  
    Education 14 Jul 1917  Northcote Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    Examinations in Music. At the London College of Music examinations held last week the undermentioned pupils of Miss Queenic Parker passed in the various grades us under:?Associate of the London College of Music (diploma) Miss Amy Park. Advanced Senior: Florrie Mollison (firet class). Senior: Moiru Long (first class). Advanced intermediate: Roy Faull (first class). Primary: Nancy Bernstein and Violet Larter (first class), George Paterson. December 191G Maude Smith gained the Bronze Medal for the highest marks in senior division. Senior?Florrie Mollison (first class); advanced inter
    mediate, Moria Long (honors); elementary, Eva Brown; primary, Connie Long (first class), Gertie Whitburn; junior section of theory, Alma Johnson (first class).


     
    Marriage/Wedding 26 Jul 1919  Northcote Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [11
    NEWSPAPER CLIPPING IN BEN MCLEANS Family bible. at the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, James Street, Northcote, on July 26, the interesting marriage was celebrated of Mr Edwin J Mclean, grazier, of Angus Plains,SA, second (twin and last of 13 children) son of the late John Mclean of "Waterloo", (farm) Angus Plains, to Miss Queenie Parker, ALCM, elder daughter of Mr Mrs B E Parker, "Norman", Waterloo Road, Northcote, the officiating clergyman being the Rev R W Rock. The bride, who was given away by her father, was gracefully gowned in charming putty shade gabardine costume and dainty white Georgette hat, and carried a bouquet of white roses and fern tied with white satin streamers. She was attended by her sister, Miss Irene Parker, who was daintily attired in fawn gaberdine costume, light fawn and pink hat, and carried a bouquet of pink roses, with pink satin streamers. The best man was Mr E H Sturkey ANZAC, cousin of the bride. The reception was held at the Winter Tea Gardens, Block place, the tables being daintily decorated with Iceland poppies and autumn leaves. The toast of the bride and bridegroom was proposed by the Hon JG Membrey. The honeymoon was spent at Healsesville and Adelaide. The bride travelled in a navy blue tricotine costume and grey silk hat. Many handsome presents and congratualtory telegrams were received, including several cheques.  
    Marriage/Wedding 7 Aug 1919  Northcote Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [12
    Southern Argus Newspaper dated 7 August 1919. Married Edwin James McLean grazier of Angas Plains SA (2nd son of John McLean) to elder dau of Benjamin Ernest and Mary Reid Parker (nee Clarke) at Presbytarian Church Victoria. Given away by her father; Benjamin Ernest Parker. Attended by her sister Miss Irene Parker with her cousin as best man was Mr E H Sturkey (ANZAC). Honeymoon was at Healesville for 5 days, via return trip to Angas Plains. Receiving many costly presents and congratulatory telegrams. Lorna McLean April 2016 
    Biography Notes 2 Aug 1955  Angas Plains SA Find all individuals with events at this location  [13
    NOTES IN FAMILY BIBLE signed by Benjamin McLean after a long illness I was nursing her for some considerable time before 12mos perhaps longer I cant recall now. She was in hospital about 20 months on and off until the last week-after my years of caring alone for both my parents in their last years with no assistance of brothers and sister. Dated Jan 5 1990  
    Name 1880's  Melbourne Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [14
    Queenie was so named in her infancy because she was an avid royalty fanatic collector of any nick nacks and literature of any sort. Never swayed from her strong interest in royalty. source mum; Joan Natalie Mclean b1932. Lorna Joan McLean b1955 
    Occupation 24 Jun1917  Melbourne Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [15
    LONDON COLLEGE OF MUSIC. PRACTICAL EXAMINATIONS. The following is the list of successful candidates in the various grades.The names of the teachers appear in parentheses.
    Advanced Senior -Pianoforte-Florrie Mollison (Miss Parker, A.L.C.M.)
    Advanced Intermediate-Pianoforte-Moira Long
    honours (Miss Q Parker A.L.C.M.)
    Primary-Pianoforte Connie Long, Gertie White (Miss Q Parker, A.L.C.M.)  
    Died 2 Aug 1955  Strathalbyn SA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 16
    • Death; nursed by her dad Benjamin McLean for several years: amid a new wife and family, Olivia was nursed alone and only admitted to General Hospital Strathalbyn SA the week before she passed away. In fact I the author of this note, was born 6.5 weeks after her passing 2 Aug 1955. This must have been a distressing time for Benjamin to lose his own father:Edwin James McLean, after nursing him for months during 1950 & 1951, a new life of marriage in 1952 followed by two little ones, Edwin and Jenny (sick all the time since birth 18mos before) would have been a handful for both parents whilst his wife; Joan Natalie nee Smith, is 8+ months pregnant, 2 little ones (one sick) and a husband doing the work on the farm and doing what and where he could. Author Lorna McLean; third born to Benjamin and Joan Mclean 23 October 1955
    Buried 3 Aug 1955  Strathalbyn SA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Lorna McLean has procured the Death Regisration Certificate for Queenie (Olivia McLean (nee Parker)-(my paternal great grandmother) from Adelaide BDM office in 2016.

      Across top reads: Certificate Code No 56. Dated 1955. No. 8 in the District of Mount Barker 4304.
      Usual Residence; Angas Plains. SA
      DODeath: Strathalbyn 02.08.1955 (in Strathalbyn District Hospital as told to me by my father Benjamin Earnest McLean as he took her there a week before she passed having nursed her for some 6 years)
      Certificate States:
      She was born in Melbourne Victoria
      Age at marriage: 34 yoa with 3 issue (Dad of course, the youngest, Alf Parker McLean, and Jack)
      DOBurial=3 Aug 1955 at Strathalbyn Cemetery. Author Note Lorna Mclean
    Person ID I-3828  Christina and Donald McLean | John McLean's descendants
    Last Modified 20 Jun 2021 

    Father Benjamin Ernest PARKER,   b. 1 Feb 1859, Adelaide SA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Jun 1943, Strathalbyn SA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 84 years) 
    Relationship -2551 
    Mother Mary Clarke REID,   b. 8 Mar 1864, Melbourne Vic Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 15 Feb 1940, Angas Plains SA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years) 
    Relationship -2551 
    Married 1 Jul 1884  Adelaide SA Find all individuals with events at this location  [17, 18, 19
    • Wesleyan Parsonage at Hutt St, Adelaide.
    Marriage/Wedding Benjamin and Mary were married on 1st July 1844 at the Wesleyan Parsonage in Hutt St, Adelaide.
    He was a 25 year old bachelor, compositor, living in Adelaide, whose father was William Parker.
    She was a 24 year old spinster, occupation not stated, living in Adelaide, whose father was William Reid.  
    Family ID F-2551  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Edwin James b1871 MCLEAN,   b. 16 Oct 1871, Angas Plains SA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 23 Aug 1950, Strathalbyn SA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years) 
    Married 26 Jul 1919  Melbourne Vic Find all individuals with events at this location  [20
    • "McLean family bible was originally given by Mary Stacey to Mrs Edwin James McLean (Adelaide Hull-"Addie")...(currently in custodianship of Edwin James McLean [Albany WA] in 2016) are copies of several pages of (unknown which newspaper-clippings). We know by family memories [FM] of Joan Natalie McLean that first Addie then Queenie compiled most of the following. One such clipping reads:MARRIAGE: MCLEAN-PARKER-On Saturday, 26th July 1919 at the Presbyterian church, Northcote,Victoria, by the Rev. W. R. Rock., Edwin James McLean, Angas Plains, SA to Olivia Mary (Queenie), elder dau of Mr and Mrs B E Parker, Waterloo Road, Angas Plains, "Waterloo",SA

      1944: MCLEAN-PARKER Mr and Mrs E J Mclean Maplemore Angas Plains SA annoince the 25th wedding anniversary, solemnised on July26, 1919 at Northcote, Victoria, Presbytarian Church, by Rev Robert W Rock.

      Lastly:Mr B E Parker who died at Strathalbyn recently at the age of 83 years, after a short illness, was for many years an esteemed worker in the firm of Trodels, printers, Melbourne (work reference in all media). After retiring from the firm, he and his wife lived at Murray Bridge SA for several years with his dau, Mrs H Fordham. After her death, Mr and Mrs Parker made their home with their only remaining child Mrs E J Mclean of Angas Plains. Mrs Parker predeceased her husband in 1940. In this younger days Mr Parker was a tenor singer in the Scots Church choir Melbourne. He often also accompanied his dau Olivia Mary (queenie) Parker for community entertainment.
    Occupation Musician and music teacher 
    • Associate of the London College of Music
    Children 
     1. Alfred Parker MCLEAN, Justice Of Peace,   b. 5 May 1920, Strathalbyn SA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Oct 1998, Strathalbyn SA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years)  []
     2. John Sherwood MCLEAN,   b. 21 Oct 1921, Strathalbyn SA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Oct 2007, Strathalbyn SA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 85 years)  []
     3. Benjamin Ernest MCLEAN,   b. 18 Nov 1925, Strathalbyn SA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 9 Feb 2009, Albany WA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 83 years)  []
    Last Modified 5 Nov 2020 05:18:44 
    Family ID F-1261  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Photos
    0325 - Olivia McLean (nee Parker), 2nd wife of Edwin (Ted) McLean always respectfully called Queenie.jpg
    0325 - Olivia McLean (nee Parker), 2nd wife of Edwin (Ted) McLean always respectfully called Queenie.jpg
    Edwin James McLean and Olivia Mary Parker (2nd wife_ mother to Alfred, Benjamin and Jack
    Edwin James McLean and Olivia Mary Parker (2nd wife_ mother to Alfred, Benjamin and Jack

    BDM BIRTH 1885 Olivia Mary Parker born 23rd May 1885 in Collingwood to Benjamin Parker & Mary Clarke Parker, nee Reid. Queenie married 1919 in Northcote Victoria to Edwin James McLean of "Maplemore Farm" Angas Plains.

    3 generations at Maplemore SA Mary Clarke Parker nee Reid, dau Olivia Mary Mclean nee Parker, 1922 first born son and grandson Alfred Parker Mclean

    Grandma Parker 79.6 yoa Queenies Mother--Mary Clarke nee REID
    c.1887 Olivia Mary, Agnes Irene and twins Helen Dorris, William Reid PARKER
    c.1887 Olivia Mary, Agnes Irene and twins Helen Dorris, William Reid PARKER
    c.1887 Olivia Mary-Queenie-12yoa, Agnes Irene-Rene-8yoa and twins 1yoa Helen Dorris, William Reid PARKER
    Edwin James Mclean and wife Adelaide Rose nee Hull in buggy, meeting Queenie/Olivia Mary Parker (later to become second wife on Addies passing in 1819
    Edwin James Mclean and wife Adelaide Rose nee Hull in buggy, meeting Queenie/Olivia Mary Parker (later to become second wife on Addies passing in 1819
    A Visit from relatives in Victoria. Queenie Parker visited Adelaide Rose Mclean in 1818 at Maplemore Angas Plains

    three generations fo mcleans and parkers. Cricket and Picnic at Victor Harbour 1930's. from L Queenie, Benjamin Ernest McLean, Jack Mclean, Alfred Parker McLean , second row from L is Edwin James Mclean, unknown female, unknown female, brother of Mary Clarke-Reid Parker, 3rd row from L sister Mary Clarke-Reid Parker, and Benjamin Ernest Parker.
    1932 CRICKET gathering of Parkers and McLeans and Reids (Bob labelled unknown-but in fact is brother to Mary Clarke PARKER nee Reid)

    Northcote Presbyterian Church in 1919 when Queenie married. Now the Northcote Uniting Church [image 2016]

    Documents

    1940 CERTIF SCHOOL Milang award certificate for Benjamin ernest Mclean to be promoted to Strathalbyn High School

    AUTOGRAPH ALBUM COVER 1910 "Miss Queenie Parker"

    WEDDING INVITATION 1919
    -Edwin James McLean and Olivia (Queenie) May Parker for Spinster War Aunts "Lizzie" and "Flossie"

    BDM 1919 MARRIAGE Edwin James McLean and Olivia Mary Parker married on 26th July 1919 Collingwood Vic RegNo366

    AUTOGRAPH ALBUM 1908 Handwritten by Queenies father, Benjamin Parker..."Theres so much good in the worst of us and so much bad in the best of us, that it does not behove any one of us, to talk about the rest of us. 20/12/1908 B E Parker"
    CERT BIRTH Olivia Mary Parker 23.05.1885 BDM p2of2 001
    CERT BIRTH Olivia Mary Parker 23.05.1885 BDM p2of2 001
    CERT BIRTH Olivia Mary Parker 23.05.1885 BDM p2of2 001

    AUTOGRAPH ALBUM 1910 Aunt Lizzie wrote "I live for those who love me; For those who know me true, For all that linger round me: and the good that I can do. Lizzie F. Mclean Chapel St Strathalbyn"

    NEWSPAPER 1914 WEDDING Pearl Parker (ALCM)+Queenie Parker (ALCM) second bridesmaid second from left. 5yrs before married Edwin James McLean

    AUTOGRAPH ALBUM 1908 Queenies father Benjamin Parker. "Theres so much good in the worst of us, and so much bad in the best of us, That it does not behove anyone of us, To talk about the rest of us. B E Parker 20/12/1908

    Miss Queenie Parker, ALCM receives and visits pupils for the PIANOFORTE. Pupils prepared for London College, Conservatorium, etc., Exams, 'Norman" Waterloo road, Northcote. Preston visited twice weekly.
    WEDDING ANNOUNCE MCLEAN-PARKER sturkey ANZAC best man 26 Jul 1919
    WEDDING ANNOUNCE MCLEAN-PARKER sturkey ANZAC best man 26 Jul 1919
    WEDDING at St Andrews Presbytarian Church Strathalbyn SA MCLEAN-PARKER with Best Man E H Sturkey (ANZAC) 26 Jul 1919

    BROCHURE - 1917 GRADUATING MUSIC students-Olivia Mary Parker (Queenie) in Collingwood Victoria

    BDM CERT MARRIAGE Olivia (Queenie) Parker m Edwin James Mclean (twin) 26 Jul 1919 in Melboure Victoria

    1914 WEDDING of Pearl Parker (ALCM) in Melbourne Vic, Queenie Parker (ALCM)second left bridesmaid.

    Headstones

    BDM 1955 DEATH Olivia Mary McLean, nee Parker died 2nd Aug 1955 in Strathalbyn

    HS STRATH Adelaide Rose1st wife, Edwin James(twin), Olivia Mary 2nd wife, Lorna Edith 1st dau

    HS Grandparents of Benjamin Ernest McLean, and brothers. Father of Olivia Mary (Queenie) Parker-:-Benjamin Ernest Parker, wife Mary Clarke nee Reid, and her brother Robert Reid

    HS STRATH MCLEAN,Edwin James, Olivia Mary (Queenie), Lorna Edith (war spinster)

    STORIES
    5075 - Alfred John McLean & Edwin James McLean & Marie Alwena Elizabeth Berndt & Adelaide Rose Hull & Olivia Mary Parker
    5075 - Alfred John McLean & Edwin James McLean & Marie Alwena Elizabeth Berndt & Adelaide Rose Hull & Olivia Mary Parker
    John's descendants - biography as published in the BRB in 1995

  • Sources 
    1. [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. .

    2. [S-25] PUBLICATION Government Gazette of Victoria No18 of 1909- Queenie, Teachers and Schools Registration Board Education Office Melbourne 25.01.1909, (Government Gazette; Melbourne 1909), 677, 1 Jul 2016.
      Lorna McLean found this online at State Alexander Library

    3. [S-25] PUBLICATION Government Gazette of Victoria No18 of 1909- Queenie, Teachers and Schools Registration Board Education Office Melbourne 25.01.1909, (Government Gazette; Melbourne 1909), 772, No 18 1909, 9 Jan 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      see content of details, hard copy held

    4. [S-183] NEWSPAPER TROVE The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) VIC, https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/10645540?searchTerm=%22London%20College%20of%20Music%22%20examinations, 9 Jan 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      details entailed

    5. [S-188] NEWSPAPER TROVE Age Melbourne 1854-1954, Page27, Sat 25 Dec 1909 , 9 Jan 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      London College of Music Examination Results-as per entry attached. (copy and paste)

    6. [S-188] NEWSPAPER TROVE Age Melbourne 1854-1954, P2, 22 June 1911 Melbourne Age Newspaper, 9 Jan 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      See attached details (copied and paste)

    7. [S-188] NEWSPAPER TROVE Age Melbourne 1854-1954, P18, 18 July 1908 Melbourne Age ADVERTISING, 9 Jan 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      Advertisement for students for ALCM etc in Pianoforte... (copy and paste)

    8. [S-241] NEWSPAPER- Northcote Leader 1914-1918, 2 3 Jun 1916 section named LOCALISMS-variety local news, 9 Jan 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      see details of cut and paste details on Trove

    9. [S-202] NEWSPAPER TROVE Argus Melborne 1848-1957, Pg5. 14 Jan 1917 The Argus Melbourne Vic, 9 Jan 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      see details of translation attached.

    10. [S-266] NEWSPAPER TROVE-Northcote Leader (1914-1918), 4, 20 Jun 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      entire text from newspaper is an attached event

    11. [S-194] BIBLE McLean family bible inside cover, front inside cover, 9 Jan 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      see details as per attached (cut and pasted)

    12. [S-203] NEWSPAPER TROVE Southern Argus 1837-1972, P25, 7 Aug 1919 , 9 Jan 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      See detailed attached, cut n pasted

    13. [S-194] BIBLE McLean family bible inside cover, inside front cover, 9 Jan 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      see details entered here

    14. [S-242] FM Lorna Mclean memories shared by Dad, Benjamin McLean, 9 Jan 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      Many memories of Queenie share with all of us. My memories were sitting with my back to the doorfrome at age 3 or 4. Every story was questioned by me with a why? or how? or when? or where?

    15. [S-202] NEWSPAPER TROVE Argus Melborne 1848-1957, P5 4 Jan 1917 , 9 Jan 2021 Researcher Lorna Mclean.
      see details attached cut n paste from Trove

    16. [B-DM CERTIFICATE] Page 4304 (Reliability: 3).
      Complete Death Certificate; Senility, Paralysis Agitans (stroke) x 6 yrs
      Usual residence Angas Plains
      Lived at Maplemore, 6 years complete care by youngest son Benjamin Earnest McLean and hospitalisation a few days prior to passing. Source daughter; ljm

    17. [S-75] http://www.genealogysa.org.au requires login, 31 Jan 2017 Researcher Lorna McLean.
      MARRIAGE:1884 Reg No: 139/1248 groom:PARKER Benjamin Ernest, bride:REID,Mary Clarke at Adelaide SA
      Notice to public: ensure before using ANY details from this website that you further research accuracy of our information to limit the effect of misdirection by any compounded human error.



    18. [S-24] https://findmypast.com.au, http://search.findmypast.com.au/record?id=anz%2fau%2fsa%2fbmd%2fm%2f0000084226%2f2, 9 Feb 2017 Researcher Lorna McLean.
      MARRIAGE:1 Jul 1884 Reg No: 139/1248 groom:PARKER Benjamin Ernest, bride:REID,Mary Clarke at Wesleyan Parsonage Hutt St Adelaide SA born 1859 FATHER OF BRIDE WILLIAM REID, RECORD SET:South Australia Marriages 1842-1937
      This also matches the genealogysa website information.

    19. [S-11] Birth record attached to this profile, Certificate original numbered 79 in the year 1844 in District of Adelaide , 8 Dec 2017 Researcher Lorna McLean.
      Witnesses signed names in nib ink. Isabel ? possibly Rofus, no trade/calling entry, residence Hackney SA, the second witness signed name in nib ink. Henry John ? Guio? of Kent Town.
      No location on certificate for bride and groom to sign. Just two locations for the name to be entered. Brides father William Reid, Grooms father William Parker. Grooms trade is entered as 'compositor' Celebrated at Wesleyan Parsonage Hutt Street Adelaide SA 1 Jul 18944

    20. [S-11] Birth record attached to this profile.