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 Emily with Reginald Davison and baby unknown
 
Emily Agnes THORP
20 Feb 2014 
 Frank Stokes, George & Reginald Davison
 
George Robert DAVISON
Reginald Francis DAVISON
Francis George STOKES
20 Feb 2014 
 Frank with George & Reg Davison
 
Francis George STOKES
20 Feb 2014 
 Irene Wells
 
Irene Augusta WELLS
20 Feb 2014 
 Stokes brothers
 
Bernard James (Jim) STOKES
Cyril Henry (Sadie) STOKES
Francis George STOKES
Harold Joseph STOKES
20 Feb 2014 
 Circular Head Premiership winners 1950
Forest football team Back row (l. to r.); C. Flint, T. Flint, G. Davison, L. Bellinger, M. Stringer (capt-coach), R. Anthony, L. Ollington, R. Bellinger, R Burke, M. D?. Front: T. Medwin, B. Haywood, W. Blizzard, W. Scott, L. Dennis, B. Flint, C. Blizzard,B.Smedley. SPORT AND SPORTSMEN LED TEAM TO PREMIERSHIP IN FIRST YEAR BY "SPOTLIGHT" Few captain-coaches lead a team to the premiership in their first year, but Murray Stringer, 27 year-old playing coach of Forest, achieved that feat by winning the Circular Head 1950 premiership. it was" his first appointment as a captain-coach. OFFICIALS and players of the Forest team are more than pleased with Murray, whom they appointed early this year. The ex-Hobart half-back proved he had more than playing ability. His enthusiasm and up-to-date training methods soon won him the confidence of his team-mates, and they admit they could not have won the premiership without him. Murray says the Forest foot ballers are the keenest he has mixed with. Although some of the players had to travel eight miles to training, they rarely missed. When the roster matches finished, Forest was not given a chance. However, the team showed remarkable improvement to win its way through the semi-finals and then down Smithton in the grand-final. He could not name the best player in - his team, but mentioned Walter Scott, George Davidson, Bill Blizzard, Rus Anthony, Ben Haywood (vice-captain) and the three Flint brothers as all good players. "I think 21-year-old Robby Burke won the game for us in the grand final against Smithton. "Not only the team members won us the grand-final," he said. "It was the committee, supporters and women's committee. I've never met a more friendly, enthusiastic and helpful bunch of people." The Advocate 7 Oct 1950 p.12 
George Robert DAVISON
Ben HAYWOOD
Walter Raleigh SCOTT
19 Feb 2014 
 George in the yard at Forest
CIRCULAR HEAD MATCH Black River v. Smithton This match waa played on the Forest Recreation Ground on Saturday. A good performance for the home team was that of G. Davison, a junior player, who compiled a chanceless 53. The Advocate 20 January 1938 p.5 CIRCULAR HEAD & LEVEN WIN ERN WEBB CUP MATCHES BURNIE AND DEVONPORT BEATEN BY SMALL MARGINS Circular Head defeated Burnie at Smithton...in the Ern Webb Cup elimination matches for thc North West Coast municipal cricket premiership. Dismissing Burnie for 156, Circular Head faced a stiff task after it had lost four wickets for 15, but a brilliant partnership by G. Davison, who finished with 111 not out, and L. Murphy (43) swung the game in Circular Head's favor the far North-Westers winning by a wicket and 36 runs. The Advocate 30 January 1940 p.8 CRICKET At a special meeting ot the Circular Head - Cricket Association at Smithton on Monday night...G. Davison were appoin-ted members of the board of management. The Advocate 15 Oct 1947 p.3 BLACK RIVER 203-4 IN FINAL With keen interest In the Circular Head Association the final between Black River and Smithton, played at Stanley, some excellent cricket was witnessed. Black River, winning the toss, decided to bat, and at stumps had 203 on the board for the loss of four wickets. Feature of the day was George Da- vison's chanceless innings of 109 not out. With W. Blizzard, he put on 56 for the opening partner- ship. Then, after the second wicket fell (also at 56), Davison and Beattie carried the score to 203 before Beattie was brilliantly caught in the slips off the second-last ball of the day. The fourth wicket fell with the next ball...The match will be continued next Saturday at 12.45 p.m The Advocate 28 March 1949 p.12 SMITHTON IN DIFFICULTIES On the second day of the Circu lar Head Association "A" Grade final, late Black River batsmen col lapsed badly, and from 203-4 the side went on to a total of only 242. The last six wickets fell in an hour and realised only 39 runs. Smithton commenced its innings disastrously, and at one stage was 44-4. However, the team fought back doggedly and at stumps was139-7. G. Davison was Black River's star batsman, carrying his bat for 128. It was a typical captain's knock. L. Gardner and C. Morgan bowled un- changed for Smithton on Saturday and finished with the good figures of 6-96 and 4-43. The match will be continued at 12.45 p.m. next Saturday. The Advocate 4 April 1949 p.11 BLACK RIVER WINS "A" GRADE FINAL Black River defeated Smith ton by 85 runs in the "A" Grade final, which concluded at Stanley at the week-end. The Advocate 13 April 1949 p.14 COASTAL PREMIERSHIP WINS TO DEVONPORT, C. HEAD, ULVERSTONE Holiday week-end matches played in connection with the Coastal cricket premiership provided victories for Circular Head, Ulverstone and Devonport. There was some bright batting, highest score being G. Davison's 85 for Circular Head against Table Cape. The Advocate 3 Jan1950 p.7 CRICKET G. Davison showed his true form In hitting up 65 for Footballers. The Advocate 2 Feb 1953 p.8 FOOTBALLERS, FORMBY FOR DEVONPORT FINAL As a result of their surprise victories on Saturday, Footballers and Formby finished at the head of the ladder in the Devonport Cricket Association roster and will play off for the pre miership at the Oval next Saturday. Footballers started on Saturday with six wickets down and requiring 75 runs for a first-innings victory against Devon Colts. George Davison, who was 34 not out, added 22 runs before being caught. The Advocate 23 March 1953 p.8 Services team ahead in Devonport cricket After two rounds in the Devonport Cricket Association roster, the undefeated Services team heads the ladder, while Footballers, Formby and High School are together two points in arrears. After two rounds in the Devonport Cricket Association roster, the undefeated Services team heads the ladder, while Footballers, Formby and High School are together two points in arrears...The remaining game Should piovè interesting. : Footballers has felt the loss of its star batsman, George Davison, playing in the town team, and the batting is a trifle suspect. The Advocate 6 Nov 1953 p.7 
George Robert DAVISON
19 Feb 2014 
 Ann (Isabel)Walsh (nee Finnerty) Source: Ancestry.com
 
Ann FINNERTY
04 Feb 2014 
   Living
Living 
Living
04 Feb 2014 


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HORRIBLE MURDER AT CIRCULAR HEAD
Source: http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2242400 On the evening of 14 Sep 1853 two ex Norfolk Island convicts determined to find the home of John Stagg House and rob him. They first went to the home of his brother Jonathan House, perhaps confused by the names. THE CIRCULAR HEAD MURDERERS .- A reward of £200 and a conditional pardon has been offered for the capture of Henry Bradley and Patrick O'Connor, the ruffians who committed the cow- ardly murder at Circular Head. Of this sum, £100 is offered by the Crown, and £100 by the inhabitants of the District. To the Editor of the Cornwall Chronicle. Sir, — The melancholy event of last week calls loudly for grave consideration on the part of our Supreme and Legislative Authorities, and ought to stir them up to provide a well-paid and efficient police. Here are we in the most isolated spot in the territory without the means of self-defense. I grant that we enjoy many advantages, amounting to bless ings. A police-magistrate, prompt, conciliating and humane ; J. P.'s ever ready to assist and advise ; a clergyman benevolent and pious ; a surgeon proverbially urbane and talented ; merchants, real men of business; a postal department most obligingly filled; a public school, liberally endowed and most respectably conducted ; in fact, we possess all the necessaries, with many of the elegancies of life, and yet we are comparatively without protection. Tis true, we have six constables, three of whom form a water police, and have distinct and important duties to perform. The corps ought to be doubled at least. Let it be remembered, Mr. Editor, that our population includes a vast amount of industry, intelligence, loyalty, and wealth. Let it be remembered, too, that we contribute largely, directly and indirectly, to the colonial revenue. And above all, let it never be forgotten that Mr. John Stagg House, an upright and honorable man, and a British subject, is compelled to abandon his house — his once happy "Forest Home" and to seek a refuge in Stanley for himself and his interesting family, merely because we are insufficiently protected. Yours, &c, . Circular Head, Sept 17th, 1853. The Cornwall Chronicle (Launceston, Tas. : 1835 - 1880) 1 Oct 1853 p 4 Three days later the schooner 'Sophia" with the culprits on board landed in the Western Port District of Victoria from whence they commenced to commit "many diabolical outrages in different parts of the colony" which included the shooting near Brighton of a ploughman and the theft of two plough horses as well as the shooting of a gardener near Kilmore. On the 27th September they were finally caught, having in an exchange of gun fire, shot a policeman the previous day. They were tried in Melbourne on October 19 for the shooting of the policeman and hanged on the 24th in front of Melbourne goal. O'Connor was 23 years of age and Bradley 21 Post Script Joyce Davison, wife of George (grandson of Matilda House) recalled one of her husband's aunts telling of how her mother recounted bush rangers coming to the house when she was young. Apparently the old woman was unable to talk about the incident without crying.  
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Jonathan HOUSE
22 Feb 2014 


Individuals
 ID   Last Name, Given Name(s)   Born/Christened   Tree   Last Modified 
I2527 , Leonard Lewis "Phip  b. 16 Jun 1906  South Forest, Tasmania, Australia Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I2528 BLUET, Frances  b. 1684  North Petherwin, Devon, England Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I1401 DUNN, Mary  b. 1785  Rennington, Northumberland, England Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I1446 FINNEMORE, Roger     Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I1447 GRIGG, Elizabeth     Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I1400 HENDERSON, Martin  b. Abt 1787  Eglingham, Northumberland, Eng Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I1744 HOUSE, Lottie Lavinia  b. 20 Jan 1910  Forest South, Tasmania, Australia Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I2507 JEFFERSON, Margaret Ann     Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I2532 JOYCE, Elizabeth  b. 1860  Bedlington, Northumberland, England Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I2531 JOYCE, Ell  b. 1854  Bothal, Northumberlan, England Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I2529 JOYCE, George  b. 1556  Bothal, Northumberlan, England Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I2120 JOYCE, Henry  b. Cir. 1826  Bothal, Northumberlan, England Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I2530 JOYCE, Mary Jane  b. Bet Jul and Sep 1850  Bothal, Northumberlan, England Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I799 WALLACE, Joseph  b. 1851   Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
I1140 STOKES, Bernard James (Jim)  b. 13 Feb 1912  Forest, Tasmania, Australia Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 20 Feb 2014 


Families
 ID   Husband ID   Husbands Name   Wife ID   Married   Tree   Last Modified 
 F39360617  I2527  Leonard Lewis "Phip  I1744  11 Aug 1926  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
 F39360392  I1811  George BLUET  I1812  22 Oct 1674  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
 F229  I674  John Stagg HOUSE  I684  16 Oct 1830  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
 F39360612  I1438  Edward JOBLING  I879  Bet Mar and Jun 1870  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
 F39360465  I2120  Henry JOYCE  I619  27 May 1850  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
 F39360532  I2303  Ralph WILSON  I1210  Between 1841 and 1851  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 22 Feb 2014 
 F223  I1138  George Edward STOKES  I660  28 Oct 1908  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 20 Feb 2014 
 F39360397  I252  Arthur Milton WELLS  I1831  15 Jun 1910  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 20 Feb 2014 
 F39360616  I2517  Walter Raleigh SCOTT  I2516    Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 19 Feb 2014 
 F39360351  I1663  William Joseph STOKES  I1662  11 Oct 1922  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 19 Feb 2014 
 F39360615  I2514  Thomas Hedley STOKES  I2515    Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 19 Feb 2014 
 F65  I146  Thomas SKELLY  I175  6 Jul 1721  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 05 Feb 2014 
 F231  I1144  Mathew SKELLY  I677  5 Aug 1770  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 05 Feb 2014 
 F409  I1332  John BLUET  I1333  29 Jun 1700  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 04 Feb 2014 
 F39360614  I1336  Richard BLUET  I2511  25 Apr 1744  Jens Family Tree From UK To Tas 04 Feb 2014 


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Reginald Francis Davison
In Memory of OUR LOVED SON & BROTHER REGINALD FRANCIS DAVISON WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 10TH JAN 1943 AGED 11 YEARS IN GODS CARE 
DAVISON, Reginald Francis
03 Feb 2014 


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