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101 Residence: 1861, Camberwell, Surrey, England Lindley, Annie (I742)
 
102 Residence: 1861, Camberwell, Surrey, England Parker, Mary Ann (I206)
 
103 Residence: 1871, Camberwell St Giles, Surrey, England  Lindley, Thomas (I744)
 
104 Residence: 1871, Camberwell St Giles, Surrey, England Lindley, Florence E (I745)
 
105 Residence: 1871, Camberwell St Giles, Surrey, England Lindley, Charles John (I746)
 
106 Residence: 1871, Camberwell St Giles, Surrey, England LaThangue, Dora (I750)
 
107 Residence: 1871, Camberwell St Giles, Surrey, England LaThangue, Francis W (I751)
 
108 Residence: 1871, Camberwell St Giles, Surrey, England LaThangue, Charlotte (I752)
 
109 Residence: 1871, Lewisham, Kent, England Lindley, Enoch R (I736)
 
110 Residence: 1881, Lee, London, England Lindley, Edith M (I747)
 
111 Residence: 1881, Lee, London, England Lindley, Amy (I748)
 
112 Residence: 1881, Lewisham, London, England Lindley, Henry J (I738)
 
113 Residence: 1881, Lewisham, London, England Lindley, Ernest Robert (I737)
 
114 Residence: 1881, Lewisham, London, England Lindley, Arthur (I735)
 
115 Residence: 1881, Lewisham, London, England Lindley, William E (I739)
 
116 Residence: 1891, Bromley, Kent, England LaThangue, Ethel Margaret (I753)
 
117 Residence: 1891, Lee, London, England Walton, Adelaide (I777)
 
118 Residence: 1891, Lee, London, England Lindley, Ernest R (I778)
 
119 Residence: 1891, Lee, London, England Lindley, Harold W (I779)
 
120 Residence: 1891, Lee, London, England Lindley, Winifred M (I780)
 
121 Residence: 1891, Lee, London, England Lindley, Frank R (I781)
 
122 Residence: 1891, Lee, London, England Lindley, Phyllis (I782)
 
123 Residence: 1891, Skipton, Yorkshire, England Emily A (I786)
 
124 Residence: 1891, Skipton, Yorkshire, England Lindley, Gwendola (I787)
 
125 Residence: 1901, Sutton, Surrey, England Lindley, Marjorie (I775)
 
126 Residence: 1901, Sutton, Surrey, England Lindley, Gordon (I776)
 
127 Residence: 1901, Sutton,Surrey, England Lindley, Esthesh (I774)
 
128 Residence: 1916, Kelmscott, Western Australia, Australia Lindley, George Thomas (I309)
 
129 Residence: 1916, Kelmscott, Western Australia, Australia Buckingham, Ethel Rose (I310)
 
130 Residence: 1916, Milson's Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Bidencope, Rosina Caroline (I759)
 
131 Residence: 1916, Murgo Station, Western Australia Lindley, Max Bidencope (I764)
 
132 Residence: 1916, Pickering Brook, Western Australia Weston, Henry Joseph (I756)
 
133 Residence: 1916, Pickering Brook, Western Australia, Australia. Lindley, Lucy Florence (I324)
 
134 Residence: 1925, Kalamundra, Western Australia, Australia Lindley, Ruby Helen (I327)
 
135 Residence:1841, St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, Surrey, England Lindley, Thomas (I706)
 
136 Residence:1916, Pickering Brook, Western Australia Lindley, Florence Louisa Caroline (I325)
 
137 Robert and Ann Cameron had three other children apart from Mary. I have no details about them. Family F39
 
138 Roll of Honour
Frederick Thornton Lindley
Rank Private(Pte)
Service Number 3180
Unit 28th Bn Australian Inf
Service Army
Conflict 1914-1918
Date of death September 1917
Cause of death: Killed in action
Cemetery or Memorial Details BELGIUM 101 White House Cemetery St Jean-Les-Ypres
Place of Enlistment Pickering Brook, WA
Native Place NSW
War Grave Register Notes LINDLEY, Pte. Frederick Thornton, 3180.28th Bn. Australian Inf. Killed in action 20th Sept., 1917. Age 31.
Son of George Henry and Florence Lucy Lindley. Native of New South Wales. I.D.32
Source: AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-1918 War, Army 
Lindley, Frederick Thornton (I323)
 
139 Roll of Honour
Max Bidencope Lindley
Rank Private (Pte)
Service Number 7275
Unit 11th Bn
Service Army
Conflict 1914-1918
Date of Death 22 September 1918
Cemetery or Memorial Details 26 Villers Bretonneux- France.
War Grave Register Notes. LINDLEY, Pte Max Bidencope, 7275. 11th Bn.22nd Sept., 1918. Age 28. Son of Roseina C Greenwell (formerly Lindley) and the late James Garnet Lindley. Born at Deloraine, Tasmania.
Source AWM145 Roll of Honour cards, 1914-198 War, Army 
Lindley, Max Bidencope (I764)
 
140 Rootsweb Review has considerable detail concerning James Fordham and his family, particularly William John Fordham the brother of Hanry Alexander Fordham. Family F31
 
141 She was attacked one night whilst on her way home and never fully recovered from the ordeal. She died aged 25.

The death certificate recorded the the cause as Coronary Chibolus and Chronic Endocarditiis, the latter being an inflammation of the inner layer of the heart.

Her death certificate described her as Richard McLaren-Lane's wife, clarifying they had not divorced. 
Rittenberg, Marjorie (I357)
 
142 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Harrison, L. (I555)
 
143 St Giles is a church in Northampton, a town due West of Cambridge & just off the M1. Northampton Shire is to the West of Buckingham and Bedford Shires.
 
Friezer, Ann Jane (I112)
 
144 Synagogue Choirmaster Wasserzug, Herman (I592)
 
145 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Ritte, A.N. (I25)
 
146 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Fordham, E.R.J. (I85)
 
147 THE MELBOURNE AGE Monday 26th January 1880

On Saturday afternoon William Fordham, between 12 and 13 years of age, accompanied by his uncle Mr Patrick Meaney was bathing in the Brighton Baths. Mr Meaney went out, telling his nephew to follow, but finding he did not do so his uncle left his dressing room to call him, but he had disappeared.
An alarm was given and search made, drags being procured, but the body was not recovered on Saturday. The boy when last seen was standing at the foot of the steps in about 2 feet of water. The waves were running in very strong on the beach, and it is supposed he was caught by the back waves and carried against the piles and there jammed. Among others Mr Welgall attempted several times to recover the body, but although a good swimmer and a powerful man he was obliged to relinquish the attempt.
Efforts to recover the body were renewed on Sunday without success, and one man was nearly drowned while so engaged, being dashed with such violence against the piles so as to cut his chest severely. He was pulled out just as he was sinking a third time. 
Fordham, William John (I102)
 
148 The surname was changed to Ritte in 1918. Rittenberg, Joseph (I36)
 
149 The surname was changed to Ritte in 1919. Rittenberg, Eugenie (I41)
 
150 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F135
 

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