Harvey Family Tree 2018-04-30

John Thomas HarveyAge: 56 years18771933

Name
John Thomas Harvey
Given names
John Thomas
Surname
Harvey
Birth February 3, 1877 42 33
Eldorado, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: S36.310839 Longitude: E146.516504

Birth of a brotherDavid Francis Harvey
1879 (Age 22 months)
Eldorado, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: S36.310839 Longitude: E146.516504

Death of a paternal grandmotherMaria Halls
September 23, 1879 (Age 2 years)
Birth of a sisterHelen Maria Harvey
October 30, 1881 (Age 4 years)
Eldorado, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: S36.310839 Longitude: E146.516504

Birth of a brotherCharles Joseph Harvey
1883 (Age 5 years)
Christening of a brotherCharles Joseph Harvey
1883 (Age 5 years)
Birth of a sisterHarriet Caroline Harvey
1887 (Age 9 years)
Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: S36.15 Longitude: E146.6

Birth of a daughter
#1
Mavis Ethol Harvey
August 29, 1905 (Age 28 years)
Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: S36.15 Longitude: E146.6

Death of a brotherCharles Joseph Harvey
January 30, 1912 (Age 34 years)
Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: S36.15 Longitude: E146.6

Burial of a brotherCharles Joseph Harvey
about February 1912 (Age 34 years)
Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: S36.15 Longitude: E146.6

Birth of a son
#2
John Bowles Harvey
December 29, 1913 (Age 36 years)
Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: S36.15 Longitude: E146.6

Death of a fatherGeorge Blyth Harvey
October 16, 1917 (Age 40 years)
Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: S36.15 Longitude: E146.6

Death of a brotherHerbert Harvey
July 31, 1921 (Age 44 years)
Burial of a brotherHerbert Harvey
August 1921 (Age 44 years)
Balwyn, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: S37.808889 Longitude: E145.078889

Death of a motherElizabeth Morrison
1926 (Age 48 years)
Death March 12, 1933 (Age 56 years)
Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
Latitude: S36.15 Longitude: E146.6

Burial March 14, 1933 (2 days after death)
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father
mother
Marriage: November 2, 1863Congreg. Ch, Beechworth, Victoria, Australia
14 months
elder brother
George William Harvey
Birth: 1864 29 20Sebastopol, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
Death: July 1952Wangaretta, Victoria, Australia
3 years
elder brother
James Harvey
Birth: 1866 31 22Sebastopol, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
Death: August 6, 1952Wangaretta, Victoria, Australia
3 years
elder brother
3 years
elder sister
4 years
elder brother
3 years
elder sister
Elizabeth Harvey
Birth: 1875 40 31Eldorado, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
Death: December 30, 1934Australiain Hospital, Heidelburg, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
2 years
himself
John Thomas Harvey
Birth: February 3, 1877 42 33Eldorado, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
Death: March 12, 1933Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
3 years
younger brother
3 years
younger sister
2 years
younger brother
Charles Joseph Harvey
Birth: 1883 48 39Eldorado, Ovens District, Victoria, Australia
Death: January 30, 1912Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
5 years
younger sister
Mother’s family with John Dickinson - View this family
step-father
mother
Marriage: 1860Beechworth, Victoria, Australia
1 year
half-brother
John William Dickinson
Birth: 1860 29 16Reid, Victoria, Australia
Death: 1860Reid, Victoria, Australia
2 years
half-brother
Martin Dickinson
Birth: 1861 30 17Beechworth, Victoria, Australia
Death: 1861Reid, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
Family with Ethel May Bowles - View this family
himself
John Thomas Harvey
Birth: February 3, 1877 42 33Eldorado, Woolshed Valley, Victoria, Australia
Death: March 12, 1933Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
wife
daughter
Mavis Ethol Harvey
Birth: August 29, 1905 28 26Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
Death: March 9, 1993Victoria, Australia
daughter
Private
son
John Bowles Harvey
Birth: December 29, 1913 36 35Chiltern, Victoria, Australia
Death: March 16, 1986Wodonga, Victoria, Australia
daughter
Private
daughter
Private

Shared note

!Vic. Australia death age 56 years index no. 56 12420 ! I found a George Bligh Harvey with father George Blyth(George) and mother Mary Blyth death index no. 85 11823 died at Chiltern in 1917. Vic Mar. 2929.mother was MariaHalls(Blyth).b.reg.No.2 313. Jim & Norman Corry who lived in Essendon and Harvey Craig use to spend their school hollidays with John Thomas harvey and his family in Chiltern. Barnawartha-Chiltern Districts' LANDS AUCTION THURSDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 7, at 2.30 pm. IN THE MEMORIAL HALL, BARNAWARTHA. AUSTRALIAN MERCANTILE LAND & FINANCE CO LTD (Inc in England) WODONGA. have received instructions from the Administrator! of the Estate late J T Harvey to offer by Public Auction on the above data the undermentioned first class grazing lands, situated between Bernawartha and Clintern township and tucking yards fronting the Hume Highway. Details: LOT 1: Area 74 acres 2 roods 28 perches (or thereabouts) FREE-HOLD. KNOWN As �HOLLOWAY�, Securely fenced, with portion netted. Exceptionally well watered by 2 large dams. Improvements include new sheep yard, with loading ramp; also a plunge sheep dip. LOT 2: Area 105 acres 3 rods 38 perches (or thereabouts)FREE-HOLD. KNOWN AS �KELLERS� Fenced by netting, well watered by creek. Excellent stand of milling and fence timber. LOT 3: Area 20 acres and 27 perches (or thereabouts). FREEHOLD. KNOWN AS "LINE PADDOCK", which is securely fenced and watered by a surface dam.

LOT 4:  Area 15 acres 3 roods 10 perches. FREEHOLD (or thereabouts)" KNOWN AS �ROAD PADDOCK".  Securely fenced and watered by a surface dam. 

LOT 5:  Area 13 acres and 16 perches (or thereabouts).  FREEHOLD.  KNOWN AS �LOWRYS�.   Securely  fenced and watered by a surface dam.

LOT 6: Area 58 acres 2 rood  12 perches (or thereabouts) FREEHOLD. KNOWN AS �BROOKS�.  Securely fenced and permanently watered by a spring and dam.

. LOT 7: 26 acres 2 rood 12 perches (or thereabouts). FREEHOLD. KNOWN AS �BROOKS' CORNER�. Securely fenced and watered by surface dam.

REMARKS :  Immediate possession on signing of contract.  Within easy  distance of both township and schools.  High School buses pass along the Highway .        This auction offers a rare opportunity to buyers requiring areas of good grazing blocks.fr onting tie Hume Highway  and within reasonable distance from rail facilities, and to famous Wodonga and Albury stock sales.

For further information or arrangements, to inspect apply the auctioneers- AUSTRALIAN MERCANTILE LAND & FINANCE CO. LTD. WODONGA. Phone 359 or W.H. Martin Phone Chiltern 57. Vendors Solicitor: J.C.B. McKenzie=McHarg. Wodonga.

OBITUARY. 12 March 1933. Mr. J.T. HARVEY. A native of Eldorado and a resident of Chiltern from childhood days in the person of John Thomas Harvey died at his residence, Nicholas Street, Chiltern, on Saturday evening last. He had been in good health up to the week prior to his death,wh en he had an apoplectic seizure. Pneumonia supervened and he died as stated. Deceased was 56 years, being a son of the late George B Harvey and Mrs. Harvey, old identities of the Eldorado and Chiltern Districts. As a youth he entered theemplo y of the late William Scott, grocer of Conness Street, Chiltern. There was plenty �push� in him and he travelled New Zealand and Tasmania in order to better his position. pereginations did not benefit him financially, but he gained greatworldl y experience by coming into contact with strange mankind. He returned to Chiltern and became a farmer, selecting various blocks of virgin forest land between Chiltern and Barnawartha. By dint of hard work over long hours in all kingsof weathe r he converted the best parts of an uninviting wilderness into a splendid grazing proposition. He succeeded where hundreds of others would have failed and given up in despair. He was well versed in politics and loved an argument. There were no t many points in the political game that escaped his notice, and he could hold his own in an argument with the best of men. He was a first water loyalist- true first to his country then to Britain. It was his constant boast thathe was at heart a �Britisher�. Local affairs interested him and he was connected with several movements particularly the Progress Association when it was a live body and the Australian Natives� Association of which he was treasurer. He wasChilternshire Po und keeper for a number of years and carried out his duties most faithfully. He leaves besides a sorrowing widow a family of four daughters, (Miss Mavis, Millicent, Alma and Irene) and one son (Mr. John) . Messes S andD.F,Harvey of Chiltern ar e brothers of deceased. On Monday the funeral Cortege proceeded to the Chiltern New Cemetery where the reading of the funeral service was conducted by the Rev G.D. Phillips (Presbyterian) Mr F.O. Smith was theundertakers.

HARVEY.- On the 12 March, at his residence, Nickless Street, Chiltern. John Thomas, beloved husband of Ethel May and loving father of Mavis, Millie, Jack, Alma and Irene aged 56 years. HARVEY.- Mrs Harvey and family desire to Thank all kind friends and relatives for letters, telegrams, personal expressions of sympathy and floral tributes during their recent sad and sudden bereavement. Will all please accept this as apersona l acknowledgement of our deepest thanks and gratitude, ELDORADO.- The death has occurred at Chiltern of Mr John Harvey, who was born at Eldorado.