Harvey Family Tree 2018-04-30

Julia Harriet GreenAge: 63 years18691933

Name
Julia Harriet Green
Given names
Julia Harriet
Surname
Green
Birth 2 August 1869

MarriageAlfred MorrisView this family
1895 (Age 25 years)
Aspley House, Aspley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.369735 Longitude: E153.016618


Birth of a daughter
#1
Grace Morris
7 January 1896 (Age 26 years)
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.469771 Longitude: E153.025124

Birth of a son
#2
Alfred Douglas Jordan Morris
6 August 1897 (Age 28 years)
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.469771 Longitude: E153.025124

Birth of a son
#3
Everard Morris
15 April 1901 (Age 31 years)
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.469771 Longitude: E153.025124

Death of a sonAlfred Douglas Jordan Morris
18 October 1909 (Age 40 years)
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.469771 Longitude: E153.025124

Burial of a sonAlfred Douglas Jordan Morris
October 1909 (Age 40 years)
Address: Gympie Road
Death 21 March 1933 (Age 63 years)
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Latitude: S27.469771 Longitude: E153.025124

Burial March 1933 (Age 63 years)
Family with Alfred Morris - View this family
husband
Alfred Morris
Birth: 28 August 1857 47 42Radford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom
Death: 1 August 1940Cabbage Tree Creek, Aspley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
herself
Marriage: 1895Aspley House, Aspley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
1 year
daughter
19 months
son
Alfred Douglas Jordan Morris
Birth: 6 August 1897 39 28Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Death: 18 October 1909Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
4 years
son
Everard Morris
Birth: 15 April 1901 43 31Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Death: 15 February 1999Eventide Nursing Home, Sandgate, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Marriage

In 1865, John Morris bought land at the sale held after Edgar Huxtable's survey of 1864. He bought more land the following year and began his farming and association with the district. He named his property Aspley Grove, after Aspley Hall in Nottingham, England. The Morris family had lived in that area for many years and there was probably a trace of homesickness in giving that name to their new property. Morris family

John Jr. and Alfred Morris grew grapes and used them in their winery, Aspley Vineyard which operated from the 1870s to the 1890s on the southern side of what is now Darwin Street.

http://www.chermsidedistrict.org.au/01_cms/details.asp?ID=83

Marriage

Original Enrty:

Aspley House, Aspley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Information:

In 1865, John Morris bought land at the sale held after Edgar Huxtable's survey of 1864. He bought more land the following year and began his farming and association with the district. He named his property Aspley Grove, after Aspley Hall in Nottingham, England. The Morris family had lived in that area for many years and there was probably a trace of homesickness in giving that name to their new property.

John Jr. and Alfred Morris grew grapes and used them in their winery, Aspley Vineyard which operated from the 1870s to the 1890s on the southern side of what is now Darwin Street.

http://www.chermsidedistrict.org.au/01_cms/details.asp?ID=83

Marriage

In the early 1870s, a vineyard was established by the Morris family on their property bounded by Maundrell Terrace, Gympie Road and Terrence Street. It was named the "Aspley Vineyard", after "Aspley Hall" in Nottingham, England. The vineyard operated for over twenty years. In 1897, Little Cabbage Tree Creek District was renamed Aspley.[5]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aspley,_Queensland

Formerly called Soldiers Flat and then Little Cabbage Tree Creek, Aspley was reportedly named after Aspley Orangery and Aspley Vineyard owned by John Morris in 1860s, the name change from Little Cabbage Tree Creek to Aspley effective 1897. Morris came to Queensland from Nottingham, England. Aspley is a Nottinghamshire name. Refer D.R. Teague. The history of Aspley. Brisbane, 1974, pp.414, 417-18, 434. The English Aspley is possibly derived from "aesp leah", indicating aspen grove or wood. Suburb named and bounded by Minister for Survey and Valuation, Urban and Regional Affairs 11 August 1975 (QGG 16 August 1975, p.1762). Boundaries amended by the Minister for Natural Resources and Minister for Mines, 8 November 2002.

https://www.dnrm.qld.gov.au/qld/environment/land/place-names/search?plc_search=Aspley&submit=#/search=Aspley&types=0&place=Aspley43037

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