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2601 Worked in the Bank then the SA Wrens Navy. Went to Kenya and worked in the Tourist Board. Russell, Rosaleen (I1106)
 
2602 Worked in the zoo Stinger, Eddie (I5403)
 
2603 Worked on the railways. Married in Fishoek. Worked in the dockyards. Russell, John Magee (I1097)
 
2604 Worked with his father and two brothers at their carrying business operating between Mareeba and Herberton Royes, Druce Grantley (I904)
 
2605 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1240)
 
2606 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4473)
 
2607 WW1 veteran
On 24 Aug 1896 a H Hayball is appointed a cleaner with the QLD Northern Railway Locomotive Branch at 3 shillings a day
On 21 Feb 1898 a Henry Hayball a cleaner with the QLD Northern Railway Locomotive Branch at 3 shillings a day is "removed"
On 28 Mar 1898 a Harry Hayball is appointed a cleaner in the same branch
See http://fhr.slq.qld.gov.au/qldrail/index.htm 
Hayball, Harry (I5277)
 
2608 WW2 service: 17 Jul 1941 - 17 Dec 1945 RAAF 405982 Flying Officer, 105 Operational Training Unit (enlisted Brisbane)
From his service record: Was Citizens Military Force (Army) for 2 years with 51 Battalion before being discharged in order to enlist in the Citizen Air Force. He was 5ft 5.5in (166.4 cm) and weighed 132 lb (60 kg). On 28 Oct 1941 he was given 7 days confined to barracks for breaking out of barracks when under quarantine, and received a Severe Reprimand and forfeited three days pay for being absent without leave for three days in Apr 1943 when posted to No. 303 FTU (He was a Sergeant). 
Royes, George Herbert (I935)
 
2609 WW2 service: 22 Jan 1942-28 Dec 1945 Q112740 Private, 26 Australian Infantry Battalion Bogiatzis, Conway Nicholas (I2172)
 
2610 WW2 service: 4 Jul 1942 - 20 Jun 1945 Q213643 Private, 13 Battalion (enlisted at Mount Morgan, next of kin listed as "Church") Royes, Harold William (I943)
 
2611 Year 999, 1000, or 1001 Aelfthryth (I2720)
 
2612 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I602)
 
2613 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4930)
 
2614 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F326
 
2615 York St Presbyterian Church Family F526
 
2616 You can find Wilma's ancestors and cousins on Robin Young's site at http://hougham.royroyes.net/getperson.php?personID=I1364&tree=hougham Baldock, Wilma Anne Margaret (I3841)
 
2617 You can link to this Henry at the Pollard, Weatherburn, Royes, Walters, Green Family web site on ancestry.com.au at http://trees.Ancestry.com.au/tree/14118576/person/18024791340 (subscription required) Weatherburn, Henry (I1922)
 
2618 Yseult Bridges locates the marriage at St Georges Hanover Square on 14 Dec 1875
James Ruddick locates it at All Saints Church, Kensington, at 11:00 am on 7 Dec 1875
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Bravo has 3 Dec 1875 without identifying a location
It is registered within St Georges Hanover Square but Kensington is still a possible location,,

The date of the marriage in the data is the one given by Florence in a statement made during the hearings in respect of Charles Bravo's poisoning. See p.6 of bravo_royes.pdf in Media>Documents. 
Family F210
 
2619 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1082)
 
2620 [PRIVATE] Anne van Gestel believes she is a daughter of Gus, born shortly after his marriage to Jacq. She was adopted and only recently discovered this. She was born Beverley Margaret Fechner. Gus apparently tried to visit her mother in a single mothers home but was not allowed to see her. Her mother (Mabel Grace Fechner) never married. At this stage, the only evidence for Gus's paternity is the mother's statement. She says he was at M&G Group [not identifiable at this stage], Docks Section, Brisbane when she knew him. She remembers that he had a brother Tom (yet Maurie was with Gus in Brisbane as part of 2/5 Armd Regt). Roy, Angus Livingstone (I818)
 
2621 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2639)
 
2622 [PRIVATE] Suicide (hanging) Moody, Mary Jane (I691)
 
2623 “of Ballysnod” Clements, Mary (I171)
 
2624 “Wd 1 Mar 1614, Wp 23 Aug 1614” Austen, Robert (I2948)
 

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