George Dempster

(10 February 1775 - )
     George Dempster was born on 10 February 1775 in Erskine, Renfrewshire. He was the son of George Dempster and Katherine Cameron. George Dempster was christened on 12 February 1775 in Erskine.

George Dempster

(3 September 1769 - )
     George Dempster was christened on 3 September 1769 in Eling, Hampshire, England. He was the son of George Dempster and Ellizabeth Powell.
George Dempster was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 10 September 1781 in Brokenhurst, Hampshire. A George Dempster was apprenticed to Thos Smith, cordwainer.

George Dempster

(say 1745 - )
     George Dempster was born say 1745.
     George Dempster married Ellizabeth Powell on 31 October 1768 in Eling, Hampshire, England.

Children of George Dempster and Ellizabeth Powell

George Dempster

(circa 1888 - 7 August 1897)
     George Dempster was born circa 1888 in Flowers Cove, Newfoundland, Canada.
     George died on 7 August 1897 in Flowers Cove, Newfoundland.

George Dempster

(September 1905 - )
     George Dempster was born in September 1905 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He was the son of James Dempster and Ellen Shanahan. George Dempster was listed on the 1911 census with James Dempster and Alice Unknown in 1911; James Dempster, Chef, 47, born Terre Neuve (NFD), wife Alice Dempster, wife 38, born Angleterre; children: Elisabeth Dempster 12, John Joseph Dempster 10, George Dempter 6 (born Monteal), Catherine Dempter 1, all born Quebec. George Dempster was listed on the 1921 census with James Dempster and Alice Unknown in 1921 in Limoilou, Quebec, Canada.

George A Dempster

(1855 - 27 April 1934)
     George A Dempster was born in 1855 in Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada. He was the son of John Dempster and Elizabeth Bishop. George A Dempster was listed in a directory dated 1897 as George Dempster, fisherman at St Barbe's, Newfoundland, Canada.
     George died on 27 April 1934 in Flowers Cove, Newfoundland, Canada. George A Dempster, aged 79 , of senile decay. He was buried in April 1934 in St Barnabas Anglican Cemetery, Flowers Cove, Newfoundland. Dempster, George     (1855), April 27, 1934, aged 79 & 3 Months. Beloved son of John & Elizabeth.

George Augustus Frederick Dempster

(before December 1811 - 24 December 1847)
     George Augustus Frederick Dempster was also known as George Frederick Augustus in records. He was born before December 1811 in Mitcham, Surrey. He was the son of James Dempster and Augusta Frances Bunduck. George Augustus Frederick Dempster was christened on 23 January 1815 in Mitcham. George Augustus Frederick aged 3 & Frances aged 2 years.
     In James Dempster's will dated 6 May 1819 in Mitcham, George Augustus Frederick Dempster was named as heir; James' will mentions his wife Ann, his eldest son James, his mother Elizabeth, his four sons James, Richard, John & Robert, daughters Sarah Norris & Mary Ann Dempster, his grand-daughter Frances (daughter of his son James by Augusta Frances his first wife) and his grandson George, son of James; his brother John & his sister Elizabeth Smith. James Dempster the elder of Mitcham in the county of Surrey schoolmaster I give all the manors messuages lands and hereditaments which are now vested in me as a Trustee or Mortgagee only unto Jackson Walton of Warnford Court in the City of London, Gentleman, John Parrott the elder of Mitcham Surgeon and Richard Barnett of Clarence Row Pentonville in the county of Middlesex Gentleman upon such Trusts and subject to such equity of redemption... and I give my copyhold messuage at Carlton Place Brighthelmstone in the County of Sussex now in the occupation of Mr Knowles ... upon trust that they permit my wife Ann Dempster to receive the rents for her life or permit my wife to reside therein during her life without paying rent and do after the decease of my wife assure the said messuage to such one or more of my children as my wife shall by her will appoint And I give my messuage called Baron House situate at Mitcham with the Gardens and all the lands adjoining held by me as tenant from year to year together with all my furniture, fixtures, plate, linen, china and books in and about the same (except such parts hereinafter given to my wife and grandson) and the goodwill of the business or concern now carried on at Baron House unto my eldest son James Dempster subject to the payment of an annuity of £40 to my mother during her life ... to each of my four sons James Dempster, Richard Dempster, John Dempster & Robert Dempster successively in the order in which they are here named or or such of them if any as shall have obtained the age of 25 years at the time of my decease ... six equal shares ... sons James, Richard, John at 25, Robert at 25, daughter Sarah Norris the wife of Thomas Norris, late of Holborn, Mdx, upholsterer, daughter Mary Ann Dempster ... and whereas by indenture of settlement dated 12 July 1811 made between me and my wife Ann ... after her decease to my eldest son James and his wife and children ... for my granddaughter Frances Dempster, the daughter of my son James Dempster and of his first wife Augusta Frances ... the large silver cup to my grandson George Dempster, son of my son James Dempster, and I give unto my mother Elizabeth Dempster, to my brother John Dempster, and to my sister Elizabeth Smith £20 a piece for mourning ... to my friend John Peter Cook of Brighthelmstone, schoolmaster £20... Signed and witnessed at Brighton by Charlotte Annan, Marlbro' Place; Robert Rogers, North St, Brighton, draper, William Scott, New Street, Brighton, artist...
George Augustus Frederick Dempster was apprenticed on 27 January 1827 in London. George Dempster, son of James Dempster, schoolmaster, was articled clerk for 5 years to Jackson Walton. In 1829 he was transferred to Thomas Pring.
     George Augustus Frederick Dempster and Marian Murch Webb obtained a marriage licence on 4 February 1833 in London.
     George Augustus Frederick Dempster married Marian Murch Webb on 7 February 1833 in St James, Westminster. George Frederick Augustus Dempster, of the parish of Miitcham, Surrey, bachelor & Marian Murch Webb of this parish, spinster, were married by licence, 7 Feb 1833. Both signed in the presence of John Best Webb & Harriet .....
     He may be the following George Dempster who insured property at Mitcham on 14 August 1833: George Dempster, Mitcham Surrey, gent. Other property or occupiers: near the Three Kings Mitcham (Mr Dempster; Miss Winder school keeper; servant).
     On 19 August 1834 he is mentioned in the Sun Frie insurance records. Insured: George Dempster, 10 Robert Street Hampstead Road, gent
Other property or occupiers: Three Kings Mitcham Surrey (Brown); Varty; Causton
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     In Robert Osborn Dempster's will dated 6 May 1837 in Broadwater, George Augustus Frederick Dempster was named as executor of the estate. George was a solicitor from 1837, Brighton, Sussex. He first appears in the Law Lists in 1837.
     In Ann Milham's will dated 30 December 1837 in Brighton, Sussex, George Augustus Frederick Dempster was named as executor of the estate. He was listed in a directory dated 1839 as a lawyer at 50 Ship Street, Brighton, Sussex. He was also "at Shoreham".
     George Augustus Frederick Dempster and Ann Milham appeared on the 1841 census in Ship St, Brighton. George Dempster 30, solicitor, Ann Dempster 72, Independent, Joseph Dempster 15, George Dempster 2, none born in the county.
     George Augustus Frederick Dempster was mentioned in the will of James Dempster dated 18 August 1841. George Augustus Frederick Dempster was listed in a directory dated 1845 as George Dempster, solicitor at 51 Ship St, Brighton.
     George was registered as George A Dempster at Brighton, on the 1847 electoral roll.
     George died on 24 December 1847 in Brighton. On Friday evening, the 24th inst., at his residence Ship-street, Brighton, George Dempster, Esq., in the 37th year of his age.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Richard Dempster on 21 February 1848 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Admon of George Dempster late of Brighton, Sussex. gent, a widower deceased, was granted to Richard Dempster the uncle and George Tamplin the curators lawfully assigned to Augustus George Dempster & George Bunduck Dempster minors, the natural & lawful & only children for the use of the said minors until one of them shall attain the age of 21 years. James Dempster & John Best Webb the lawful grandfathers and only next of kin of the said minors having first renounced Curatorship. £4000.
George Augustus Frederick Dempster witnessed the codicil of Ann Milham on 27 October 1850 in Brighton, Sussex; This is a codicil of me Ann Dempster of Brighthelmstone Ssx widow I hereby confirm the direction in my will to James Dempster of East Grinstead the eldest son of my late husband James Dempster of the copyhold messuage and piece of freehold ground with stabling And whereas I appointed £300 three pound ten shilling per cent bank annuities in trust for my grandson George Dempster And I gave the land tax of £2.18.8 charged on Turks farm and all my real estate and residue of my personal estate unto my grandson George Dempster And appointed George Dempster executor And whereas my grandson George Dempster has departed this life Now I revoke all appointments and devises in my will in favour of my late grandson George Dempster And I hereby appoint the said £300 unto Sarah Dempster one of the daughters of the said James Dempster and I bequeath all my wearing apparel to Sarah the wife of the said James Dempster And I bequeath all the furniture wine spirits plate linen china books and other household effects belonging to me in my house no.42 Grand Pde Brighton and all my trinkets watches and jewellery to Sarah Dempster one of the daughters of James Dempster and I bequeath £19.19.0 each to Sarah Dempster and Mary Dempster and Ann Dempster two other daughters of James Dempster I give all the residue of my real and personal estate to Richard Dempster of Brighton Esq. and George Tamplin of no.150 Fenchurch St, London, gent upon trust to convert the same into money and be possessed of the same in trust for Augustus George Dempster and George Bundock Dempster the two children of my deceased grandson George Dempster to be equally divided between them share and share alike at the age of 21 And if both died before 21 in trust for Sarah Dempster, the daughter of James Dempster I appoint Richard Dempster and George Tamplin executors. Dated 27 Oct 1850. Witness Joseph Dempster, of 42 Grand Pde Brighton, H P Tamplin, 1 Lennox Place, Brighton.
     The administration of his estate was granted to Augustus George Dempster on 29 August 1856 at PCC. 29 Aug 1856 Administration of George Dempster late of Brighton Sussex, gentleman, a widower deceased, was granted to Augustus George Dempster one of the natural and lawful children. The letters of administration formerly granted to Richard Dempster and George Tamlin having ceased by reason of Augustus George Dempster having attained the age of 21 years. Effects under £4000.

Children of George Augustus Frederick Dempster and Marian Murch Webb

George Bundock Dempster

(16 January 1839 - 18 March 1875)
     George Bundock Dempster was christened on 16 January 1839 in the Chapel Royal, Brighton, Sussex. He was the son of George Augustus Frederick Dempster and Marian Murch Webb.
     George Bundock Dempster appeared on the 1841 census in the household of George Augustus Frederick Dempster and Ann Milham in Ship St, Brighton. George Bundock Dempster was named as an heir in the codicil on 27 October 1850 to the will of Ann Milham. This is a codicil of me Ann Dempster of Brighthelmstone Ssx widow I hereby confirm the direction in my will to James Dempster of East Grinstead the eldest son of my late husband James Dempster of the copyhold messuage and piece of freehold ground with stabling And whereas I appointed £300 three pound ten shilling per cent bank annuities in trust for my grandson George Dempster And I gave the land tax of £2.18.8 charged on Turks farm and all my real estate and residue of my personal estate unto my grandson George Dempster And appointed George Dempster executor And whereas my grandson George Dempster has departed this life Now I revoke all appointments and devises in my will in favour of my late grandson George Dempster And I hereby appoint the said £300 unto Sarah Dempster one of the daughters of the said James Dempster and I bequeath all my wearing apparel to Sarah the wife of the said James Dempster And I bequeath all the furniture wine spirits plate linen china books and other household effects belonging to me in my house no.42 Grand Pde Brighton and all my trinkets watches and jewellery to Sarah Dempster one of the daughters of James Dempster and I bequeath £19.19.0 each to Sarah Dempster and Mary Dempster and Ann Dempster two other daughters of James Dempster I give all the residue of my real and personal estate to Richard Dempster of Brighton Esq. and George Tamplin of no.150 Fenchurch St, London, gent upon trust to convert the same into money and be possessed of the same in trust for Augustus George Dempster and George Bundock Dempster the two children of my deceased grandson George Dempster to be equally divided between them share and share alike at the age of 21 And if both died before 21 in trust for Sarah Dempster, the daughter of James Dempster I appoint Richard Dempster and George Tamplin executors. Dated 27 Oct 1850. Witness Joseph Dempster, of 42 Grand Pde Brighton, H P Tamplin, 1 Lennox Place, Brighton. George Bundock Dempster appeared on the census 1851 in the household of Ann Milham in 42 Grand Pde, Brighton, Sussex. He was the great grandson of Ann Dempster. George Bundock Dempster was mentioned in a codicil to the will of Ann Milham on 12 December 1855.
     George Bundock Dempster appeared on the 1861 census in College St, Putney, Wandsworth, Surrey. George Bundock Dempster 22, solicitor's clerk, unmarried, born Brighton, was a visitor in the household of John & Ann Robinson, a waterman with other lodgers, etc.
     The marriage of George Bundock Dempster and Hannah Newman was registered in Eastbourne RD, Sussex, in the December 1870 quarter.
     George Bundock Dempster and Hannah Newman appeared on the 1871 census in Kings Arms Hotel, Castle End, Kenilworth, Warwickshire. George B Dempster head, 32?, hotel keeper, born Brighton, Sussex; his wife Hannah aged 27 born London, Mdx; his cousin Ellen Dempster, unmarried, 17, assistant housekeeper born London, Mdx, and 7 other staff. George Bundock Dempster was listed in a directory dated 1872 as George Bundock Dempster, solicitor, & King's Arms hotel, Castle End at Kenilworth, Warwickshire. He was listed in a directory dated 1874 as Attorneys: Dempster, George, Station road at Kenilworth, Warwickshire.
     George died on 18 March 1875 in Pine House, Holloway, London, aged 36. He was buried in Kenilworth.
     His will was proved on 8 July 1875 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. The will of George Bundock Dempster, late of Kenilworth, co. Warwick, Gentleman, who died 18 March 1875 at Pine House, Holloway, Middlesex, was proved by Hannah Dempster of Kenilworth, widow, the relict, the sole executor. Effects valued at less than £2000.

Children of George Bundock Dempster and Hannah Newman

George Ian Hamilton MacDonald Dempster

(8 June 1915 - 16 June 1990)
     George Ian Hamilton MacDonald Dempster was born on 8 June 1915 in Port Adelaide, South Australia. He was the son of George Percy Dempster and Harriet Carter.
     George died on 16 June 1990 in South Australia aged 75. His last abode was Royal Park, SA and he was buried at Cheltenham cemetery/Enfield Memorial Park.

George Percy Dempster

(28 August 1882 - 25 February 1960)
     George Percy Dempster was also known as Percy George in records. He was born on 28 August 1882 in Queenstown, South Australia. He was the son of George Wafford Dempster and Helen Wylie Caithness Begg.
     George Percy Dempster married Harriet Carter before 1908.
     George Percy Dempster married Laura Alice Stevens on 12 June 1915.
     George died on 25 February 1960 in Tranmere, South Australia, aged 77. There was also a Percy George Reginald of Largs Bay buried at Chetenham cemetery who died 14 July 1959 aged76. He was cremated in Centennial Park cemetery, Pasadena.

Children of George Percy Dempster and Harriet Carter

Child of George Percy Dempster and Laura Alice Stevens

George Thomas Dempster

(16 May 1785 - )
     George Thomas Dempster was christened on 16 May 1785 in St George in the East, Stepney, London. He was the son of George Dempster and Elizabeth Edwards.
     George Thomas Dempster married Mary Ann Foster on 1 September 1810 in St George in the East, London, Tower Hamlets. Faculty Office marriage licence dated 28 Aug 1810..

George Wafford Dempster

(8 October 1853 - 19 October 1918)
     George Wafford Dempster was born on 8 October 1853 in Adelaide, South Australia. He was the son of James Edwin Dempster and Matilda Caroline Humberstone.
     George Wafford Dempster married Helen Wylie Caithness Begg on 3 December 1878 in St Paul's, Port Adelaide, South Australia. She was the daughter of Capt Wm Begg, of Semaphore. George was a solicitor, Adelaide, South Australia. He received a suplementary pass from the University of Adelaide in Oct 1893.
     George Wafford Dempster lived at Queenstown, Port Adelaide, South Australia.
     George died on 19 October 1918 in Queenstown, South Australia, aged 65. He was buried on 21 October 1918 in the Cemetery, Cheltenham, South Australia.
     His will was proved at South Australia.

Children of George Wafford Dempster and Helen Wylie Caithness Begg

Georgia Frances May Dempster

(1 February 1862 - 2 September 1917)
     Georgia Frances May Dempster was commonly known as May.
     She was presented at cout on the 5th June. She was born on 1 February 1862 in Williamstown, Victoria. She was the daughter of William Dempster and Margaret Herbert Davies.
     Georgia Frances May Dempster was engaged in March 1889. Mr Wesley Hall, of Mount Morgan, to Miss Dempsty (sic), a niece ofhte Hon. Humbe Black, Minister for Lands. She was an executor of William Dempster's estate on 11 August 1898 in Victoria.
     Georgia Frances May Dempster married George Dunlop Jackson on 22 March 1902 in St Thomas' Cathedral, Bombay, India.
     Georgia Frances May Dempster travelled to London, England, in December 1908 per the "Mongolia". Mrs Dunlop Jackson, aged 38.
     MRS. DUNLOP JACKSON AND MISS DEMPSTER "AT HOME."
A very charming "at home" was given at "Illawarra." Toorak, by Mrs. Dunlop Jackson and her sister, Miss Malla Dempster, on Wednesday 9th December. The afternoon was given to saying good-bye to their many friends, as they are leaving next Tuesday for a trip to England. The reception-rooms and spacious halls at this well-known house are admirable adapted for an entertainment of this kind, and they were very soon full with a throng of smartly-dressed women, who chatted brightly all through the afternoon. Miss Dempster, who is known as a sweet singer with excellent taste in her selection of songs. was kind enough to sing several times during the afternoon, one of her best-rendered numbers being Tosti's "Good-Bye" which was given with great feeling. Mrs. Schlesinger was no less effective with the accompaniments played for Miss Dempster. A good orchestra placed in the hall played selections during the afternoon. The rooms were bright with the prettiest of floral decorations, the most effective of which were the forest-like massing of asparagus ferns, set with bright red geranium blooms. This lovely contrast of colour lent brightness to the entrance hall, and formed a glorious background to the mantels in the vestibule hall beyond. In the drawing room bright yellow miniature sunflowers filled every available space, with feathery masses of asparagus fern trailing from vase to vase and forming an artistic frieze-like finish to the French mirrors. Tea was served in the dininhroom at small tables, with one long table in the centre, everything being the daintiest of its kind, and well served.
Mrs. Jackson and Miss Dempster welcomed their guests at the entrance to the music-room. Mrs. Jackson wore black and white diamond-embroidered ninon. softened with black Val. lace: white chip hat. trimmed with black tulle and wines. Miss Dempster wore a lovely directoire dress of dull black crepe. ninon. trimmed with narrow Mack lace
and medallions of black silk guipure lace: a large black chip hat. grouped with silky black plumes. The guests included—Lady Holroyd. Mrs. M. Lane, Mrs. Ross Soden. Mrs. Alec Hunt. Mdme. Maggie Stirling. Mrs. Schlesinger. Mrs. Guv Sherwood. Mrs. A. S. Bloomfield. Mrs. Harold Kern, Miss Riddoch. Mrs. Pleasance and the Misses Pleasance. Mrs. Joshua, Mrs. Blundel. Mrs. Lamb and Miss Lamb. Mrs. M'Rean. Mrs. Knight. Mrs. Brodie Ainslie and her daughter. Mrs. B. Cooper. Mrs. Ouinnell. Miss Kate Gardiner. Mrs. Bowes Kelly, Mrs. Edwin Millar. Mrs. J. G. Purves. Mrs. Dalrymple and Miss Dalrymple. Mrs. Tom Hogan. Mrs. Hammond Clegg and Miss Dolly Clegg. Mrs. Henry Emmerton and Miss Mabel Emmerton, Mrs. Alan Mackay, Mrs. Croker, Mrs. Tickell.
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     The Sydney correspondent of the Brisbane Telegraph, writing on the 13th instant, says :— Strong sympathy and kind words have been written and cabled to London to Mrs Dunlop Jackson, whose husband disappeared from one of the North Queensland steamers, near Townsville, some five weeks ago. The details of the mystery are still in volume I, and no one knows the whys and wherefores of the calamity. Married only about three years ago in Melbourne, Mrs Jackson was an equal favourite with her sisters— Mrs Wesley Hall and Miss Malla Dempster. She is a handsome, bright piece of womanhood, and met her late husband whilst on a trip to Europe, when he was acting as officer on a steamer of the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company. The Dempster sisters have been chased with one sorrow after another, the fourth member of the clan, Mrs. Hooper, passing away only about eighteen months back. And within twelve moons, the widower remarried, an action that the family greatly resented. Miss Malla Dempster travelled out specially from home to take charge, at her sister's dying wishes, of her little niece and nephew. The second 'marriage of their father upset things generally, so Miss Malla redeparted to the fog city accompanied for a few months' visit by Mrs Jackson, who now returns in May to fix up the sad details of her late husband's affairs. She was widowed on 10 March 1909 on the death of her husband George Dunlop Jackson.
     Mrs Wesley Hall and her daughters are at Kensington Palace Mansions, says the"British Australasian" (London) of the 3rd of November. They will leave later to join a large party of friends for the winter sports at Engleberg.
Miss Malla Dempster has returned from her tour through Ireland and Scotland with her sister (Mrs Wesley Hall) and is staying at 72, Hyde Park Mansions, until after Christmas, when she will go to Marseilles to meet her sister (Mrs Dunlop Jackson), who is expected to arrive from Australia, says the "British Australasian" of the 3rd of November
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     Georgia Frances May Dempster made a will dated 5 December 1911 in Melbourne, Victoria. The will of Georgia Frances May Jackson of Melbourne, Victoria, widow, left her estate to her sister Maria Huon Dempster of London, spinster absolutely and appointed her executor ... in the event of her sister predeceasing her, Ashby Arthur William Hooper and Margaret Elma Hooper children of my sister Fanny Madeline Elma Hooper were to inherit in equal shares.
     Georgia Frances May Dempster and Malla Dempster lived at Redcliffe Square, London, England, between 1914 and 1916.
     Mrs. Dunlop Jackson and Miss Malla Dempster have let their flat in Redcliffe Square to Mrs Waldron, of Queensland, and went abroad this week.
     Georgia died on 2 September 1917 in 52 Recliffe Square, Kensington, Middlesex, England, aged 55. On the 2nd Sept , at 52 Redcliffe-square, SW, May, wife of the late Captain George Dunlop Jackson, RNR, and sister of Mrs J Wesley Hall and Miss Dempster, Victoria, Australia. Funeral service at St Luke's church, Redcliffe-square, at 2.30 o’clock tomorrow (Wednesday). She was buried on 5 September 1917 in after a Service at St Luke's, Brompton, London.
     Her will was proved on 19 December 1917 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. Her estate was valued at £3396/3/0 and granted to her sister Maria Huon Dempster of 52 Redcliffe Square, Kensington.

Georgina Marian Dempster

(13 May 1873 - )
     Georgina Marian Dempster was christened on 13 May 1873 in Kenilworth, Warwickshire. She was the daughter of George Bundock Dempster and Hannah Newman. Georgina was a beneficiary in Hannah Newman's will proved 25 June 1880 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
     Georgina Marian Dempster appeared on the 1881 census in Eastbourne, Sussex. She was living with her grandfather John Newman, aged 8 as Georgiana M Dempster, born at Kenilworth, Warwickshire. She was listed as Augustus George Dempster's niece in the 1891 census in 21 Beddord Grove, Eastbourne, Sussex.

Gladys T Dempster

(1909 - )
     Gladys T Dempster was born in 1909 in Annandale district, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Horace Hawkins Dempster and Ann Teresa Carney.
     Gladys T Dempster married Arthur B Jones in 1932 in Petersham district, New South Wales.

Greta Ellman Dempster

(17 September 1923 - 6 June 1999)
     Greta Ellman Dempster was born on 17 September 1923 in Adelaide, South Australia. She was the daughter of Reginald Robert John Dempster and Hilda Lane.
     Miss Greta Dempster left for Melbourne by yesterday's express to spend a vacation with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Franklin (formerly Christobel Dempster), at South Yarra.
     TOOK SPEARS WITH JEWELS - Unusual Theft At Midday.
About noon yesterday. thieves. believed to have been boys, stole £130 worth of jewellery and six aboriginal spears, each 10 ft. long, from the home of Mrs. John Dempster and her daughter, Miss Greta Dempster, at the corner of Hutt and Angas streets, city, where trams pass every few minutes Mrs. Dempster and Miss Dempster, who are well known in musical circles, were absent from home at the time. The house was locked and apparently undisturbed when one of their friends called at 11.50 am. The thieves entered the house by removing a wire screen from a front bedroom window. It is be lieved that a baker, who found all the doors of the house open at 12.35 pm may have disturbed the culprits, who had scrawled pencil drawings of faces on a rear wall Although the thieves flashed open a leather case in Mrs. Dempsters bedroom, they overlooked a diamond ring in an envelope marked "ring" in block letters, in the case. The whole house was ransacked and articles were strewn about the floors. The six spears, which had be longed to Miss Dempster's grand father, were removed from the walls of the entrance hall The £130 worth of old jewellery stolen from a jewel case on Miss Greta Dempster's dressing table, included a diamond and ruby ring a 5-pearl ring with gold setting, a diamond and pearl ring, pearl and marcasite drop earrings. a tur quoise and diamond brooch a pearl brooch in star gold setting, and odd pearls and antique silver
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     Greta Ellman Dempster was engaged on 28 February 1947 in Adelaide. Miss Greta Dempster Engaged. Miss Greta Dempster, daughter of Mrs. John Dempster, of Hull street, and the late Mr. John Dempster, whose engagement is announced to Francis John Frolich. son of Mrs. L. Krasso. of Prosperl, and the tale Dr. Armand Frolich, of Budapest. Hungary.
     Greta Ellman Dempster married Feri [Frank] Frolich on 12 July 1947 in St Matthew's, Marryatville (Kensington), South Australia. Marryatville Wedding: Mr. and Mr. Francis John Frolich leaving St. Matthew's Church, Marryatville, after their wedding on Saturday. Mrs. Frolich was formerly Miss Greta Dempster.
     After a short holiday, Mr & Mrs Frank Frolich returned to their home in Linden Park. Mrs Frolich stayed for a few days with her sister Mrs Arthur Frabklin at Balwyn, and was later joined by Mr Frolich to spend the last week at the Hotel Australia.      
Greta Ellman Dempster and Feri [Frank] Frolich moved to South Australia on 28 November 1951 per the "Yesterday was moving day for Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frolich. and their 15-month-old son Richard. They changed addresses from ' Hazelwood Park to Craighill road, St Georges".
     Greta died on 6 June 1999 in South Australia aged 75. Her abode was St Georges. Her funeral was held This cemetery has been cleared and the headstones relocated to an area beside the church. A large number of cremated remains and plaques are contained within the ground. She was cremated on the 10th in St Matthew's churchyard, Kensington, South Australia.

Harry Dempster

(before 5 March 1875 - )
     Harry Dempster was born before 5 March 1875 in Gumshall, Sussex. He was christened on 5 March 1875 in Shere, Surrey. He was the son of Joseph Dempster and Fanny Hopkins. Harry Dempster was baptized on 25 April 1875 in Shere. Joseph, Charles, Harry, Robert and Katherine were listed as the children of Fanny Hopkins in the 1881 census in North Street, Midhurst.
     Harry Dempster appeared on the 1891 census in 15-17 Dartmouth Rd, Lewisham, Kent. Harry Dempster, aged 16, grocer's apprentice, born gumshall, Surrey, living with his presumed employer, a grocer & provisions dealer.

Helen Begg Dempster

(8 April 1893 - 1977)
     Helen Begg Dempster was born on 8 April 1893 in Semaphore, South Australia. She was the daughter of George Wafford Dempster and Helen Wylie Caithness Begg.
     Helen Begg Dempster married Richard Baxter White on 9 April 1925 in St Matthew's, Kensington, South Australia.
     Helen died in 1977 in South Australia. She was buried at Cheltenham cemetery, aged 83.

Henrietta Helena Dempster

(6 March 1868 - )
     Henrietta Helena Dempster was christened on 6 March 1868 in Eccleshall, Staffordshire. She was the daughter of Richard Frederick Dempster and Harriett Mathew. Frederick, John and Henrietta were listed as the children of Richard Frederick Dempster in the 1881 census in Eccleshall, Staffordshire.

Henry Dempster

(27 July 1816 - 20 October 1875)
     Henry Dempster was christened on 27 July 1816 in Mitcham, Surrey. He was the son of James Dempster and Sarah Johnson.
     Henry Dempster appeared on the 1841 census in the household of James Dempster and Sarah Johnson in Dorset Arms, High St, East Grinstead, Sussex.
     Henry Dempster was recorded on the 1851 census in Church Street, Chiswick, London. Henry Dempster, lodger, unmarried, aged 32, brewer's clerk, born Mitcham, Surrey.
     In James Dempster's will dated 26 June 1857 in Crawley, Ifield, Sussex, Henry Dempster was named as heir; Will of James Dempster of Crawley (parish of Ifield) Sussex gentleman... I give my set of plated dishes and stand unto my son Henry Dempster and I give all the rest of my estate unto my dear wife Sarah Dempster... dated 26 June 1857. Witnessed by Joseph Dempster Solicitor of Brighton & Anne Dempster.
     Henry Dempster appeared on the 1861 census in White Hart Hotel, New Windsor, Berkshire. Henry Dempster, unmarried, 44, assistant in hotel, born Mitcham & Mary Smith, unmarried, 48, born Crawley, Ssx, were both relatives in the household of Joseph Johnson and his wife Anna, hotel keeper and farmer, both born at Crawley.
     Henry Dempster appeared on the 1871 census in New Windsor, Berkshire. Henry Dempster, unmarried, aged 54, nephew, born Mitcham, hotel clerk, run by Joseph Johnson 64, and his wife Anne, 61, both born at Crawley, Sussex. Mary Smith aged 59 was there as a vistor, independent, born Crawley.
     Henry died on 20 October 1875 in Crawley, Ifield Sussex, aged 59. He was buried on 25 October 1875 in St Margaret, Ifield.
     His will was proved on 29 November 1875 at the Principal Probate Registry, London. Henry Dempster, formerly in the county of Berkshire, but late of Crawley in the parish of Ifield, Sussex, Gentleman, who died 20 October 1875 at Crawley, proved at Chichester by Ann Dempster of Crawley, spinster, the sister, the sole executor.

Henry Dempster

(26 December 1790 - )
     Henry Dempster was born on 26 December 1790 in Stepney. He was the son of George Dempster and Elizabeth Edwards. Henry Dempster was christened on 2 February 1791 in St George in the East, Stepney, London.

Henry Dempster

(circa 1822 - before 10 March 1824)
     Henry Dempster was born circa 1822.
     Henry died before 10 March 1824 in Union St, Southwark, St Saviour, Surrey. He was buried on 10 March 1824 in St Saviour, Southwark.

Henry Dempster

(circa 1827 - before 26 April 1829)
     Henry Dempster was born circa 1827.
     Henry died before 26 April 1829 in Union St, Southwark, St Saviour, Surrey. He was buried on 26 April 1829 in St Saviour, Southwark.

Herbert Augustus George Dempster

(7 December 1870 - after 1923)
     Herbert Augustus George Dempster was christened on 7 December 1870 in St Leonard, Seaford, Sussex. He was the son of Augustus George Dempster and Ellen Anne Pagden. Herbert was listed as Augustus George Dempster's son in the 1871 census in Seaford, Sussex. Herbert and Margaret were listed as the children of Augustus George Dempster in the 1881 census in Grove Rd Ash..., Eastbourne, Sussex.
     Herbert Augustus George Dempster appeared on the 1891 census in Deptford, St Paul, Kent. Herbert G Dempster, aged 20, born Seaford Ssx was an unmarried boarder, and a civil engineer with the Lilly family.
     Herbert Augustus George Dempster was on the passenger list of the "Bendigo" dated 24 June 1923 from Durban, Natal, South Africa. Herbert Dempster, 52, retired civil engineer, 3rd class to London.
     Herbert's death was registered in the quarter ending after 1923.

Child of Herbert Augustus George Dempster

Herbert Frederick Dempster

(December 1874 - March 1952)
     Herbert Frederick Dempster was also known as Hubert Frederick in records. He's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1874 in Camden Town, St Pancras, Middlesex. He was the son of Percival Wilkes Dempster and Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean. James, Ansell, John, Herbert, Horace and Florence were listed as the children of Percival Wilkes Dempster in the 1881 census in 1A Murray Street, St Pancras, London, Middlesex, England. Sophia, James, Herbert, Horace, Florence, Ada, Adam and Beatrice were listed as the children of Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean in the 1891 census in 51 Russell Rd, Tottenham, London.
     Herbert Frederick Dempster married Susanna Henrietta Clark in March 1905 in Hemel Hempstead RD, Hertfordshire.
     Herbert Frederick Dempster and Susanna Henrietta Clark appeared on the 1911 census in 68 Dynevor Road, Stoke Newington, Middlesex. Hubert Dempster, head 35, Shop assistant, born London Camden Town; wife Susanna, 32, born Herts, Bovingdon; daughter Florence, 6, born Herts Sarratt.
     Herbert Frederick Dempster served in the War between 1917 and 1919. Hubert Frederick Dempster served as a nursing orderly in the Royal Army Medical Corps and was discharged to pension in 1919, having served in France in 1918 after joinng on 4 June 1917. His permanent address was: 68 Do..nb.. Rd, Stoke Newington and his previous occupation a self-employed cheese monger. He was married and was born at CamdenTown.
     Herbert's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1952 in Essex.

Child of Herbert Frederick Dempster and Susanna Henrietta Clark

Horace Hawkins Dempster

(21 April 1874 - before 29 November 1930)
     Horace Hawkins Dempster was born on 21 April 1874 in Paddington, New South Wales. He was the son of Richard Alfred Dempster and Louisa MacKenzie.
     Horace Hawkins Dempster married Ann Teresa Carney on 26 November 1901 in Glebe district, New South Wales.
     Horace Hawkins Dempster served in the War between 1916 and 1917. 17th Infantry Battalion which embarked 16 June 1917 per HMAT Beltana.
     Horace and Ann were registered as Horace Dempster, metal presser & Annie Theresa, home duties at 16 Mandemar Ave, Flemington, New South Wales, on the 1930 electoral roll.
     Horace died before 29 November 1930 in Burwood, New South Wales. He was buried on 29 November 1930 in Rookwood cemetery, Sydney, New South Wales.

Children of Horace Hawkins Dempster and Ann Teresa Carney

Horace Owen Dempster

(1904 - before 21 December 1978)
     Horace Owen Dempster was born in 1904 in Leichhardt, New South Wales. He was the son of Horace Hawkins Dempster and Ann Teresa Carney. Horace Owen Dempster was registered in the 1930 electoral roll with Horace Hawkins Dempster and Ann Teresa Carney. Horace Own Dempster, brickmaker.
     Horace Owen Dempster married Vera May Kirkpatrick in 1932 in Annandale district, New South Wales.
     Horace died before 21 December 1978 in New South Wales. He was buried on 21 December 1978 in Rookwood cemetery, Sydney, New South Wales. Horace Owen Dempster, aged 74, husband of Veronica.

Horace Sidney Dempster

(December 1878 - )
     Horace Sidney Dempster's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1878 in Camden Town, St Pancras, Middlesex. He was the son of Percival Wilkes Dempster and Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean. James, Ansell, John, Herbert, Horace and Florence were listed as the children of Percival Wilkes Dempster in the 1881 census in 1A Murray Street, St Pancras, London, Middlesex, England. Sophia, James, Herbert, Horace, Florence, Ada, Adam and Beatrice were listed as the children of Mary Ann Sophia Elizabeth Dean in the 1891 census in 51 Russell Rd, Tottenham, London.
     Horace Sidney Dempster married Louisa Kate Hutchinson on 12 April 1914 in St Anne's, Tottenham, Middlesex.

Rev Hubert Alfred Dempster

(1871 - 15 January 1939)
     Rev Hubert Alfred Dempster was born in 1871 in Paddington, New South Wales. He was the son of Richard Alfred Dempster and Louisa MacKenzie. Hubert was an Anglican minister at New South Wales, between 1895 and 1932.
     Rev Hubert Alfred Dempster married Florence Sarah Franki on 2 June 1897 in Balmain, New South Wales. The marriage of the Rev. Hubert A. Dempster, of Warren, New South Wales, and Miss Florence Franki, second daughter of Mr. J. P. Franki, managing director of Mort's Dock and Engineering Company, Limited, took place in St. Mary's Anglican Church, Balmain, on Wednesday afternoon, 2nd instant. The Bishop of Bathurst (Dr. Camidge) officiated, and was assisted by the Rev. H. Maclean, of Katoomba. The bride was attired in a long trained gown of white duchesse satin, her em- broidered tulle veil was worn over a wreath of orange-blossoms, and she carried a shower bouquet of choice bridal flowers, the gift of the bridegroom. She was attended by five bridesmaids— the Misses Connie, Laura, and Ruby Franki, sisters of the bride, the other two being nieces of the bridegroom, Misses Dorothea Cameron and Rita Davison. The three former wore cream muslin over satin, with folded waistbelts and collars of cream satin, with which they wore black hats trimmed with yel- low roses, and carried shower bouquets of yellow and white flowers.
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     Rev Hubert Alfred Dempster and Florence Sarah Franki travelled to London, on 2 August 1924 per the "Morea". They embarked in Penang, Hubert A Dempster, clerk in Holy Orders, aged 53, and his wife Florence S aged 52, as first class passengers.
     Hubert died OBITUARY. REV. H. A. DEMPSTER. The Rev. Hubert Alfred Dempster, who retired from the Church of England ministry in 1934, died at Roseville on Sunday, and was privately cremated on Monday. Mr. Dempster was trained for the ministry at Moore Theological College, Sydney, and was ordained deacon in 1895 and priest two years later. He then became curate of Mudgee. In 1899 he transferred to Bathurst as curate of All Saints' Cathedral. Three years later he was appointed rector of St. Matthew's, Botany. In 1907 he was appointed rector of Prospect, and while there was chosen as one of the three delegates from the Sydney Diocese to the Pan-Anglican Congress in London in 1908. He remained In England after the congress, serving as vicar of St. Paul's, Grimsby, vicar of St. Mary's, Ketley, and organising secretary for the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Lincoln, before returning to Sydney in 1921 to become rector of St. Mary's, Balmain. Four years later he became rector of Christ church, Sprlngwood. He served a short period as locum tenens at Christ Church Enmore, before his appointment as rector of St. Augustine's, Stanmore,
in 1927. He retired from that parish on the ground of continued ill-health in July, 1934, and settled at Roseville.
He is survived by his wife.
on 15 January 1939 in Roseville, New South Wales.

Hubert Frederic Dempster

(12 September 1829 - March 1886)
     Hubert Frederic Dempster was also known as Herbert Frederick in records. He was born on 12 September 1829 in 1 Union Place, Clapham, Surrey. He was the son of John Smith Dempster and Catherine Lee Wafford. Hubert Frederic Dempster was christened in 1837 in Independent church, Mitcham, Surrey.
     Hubert Frederic Dempster appeared on the 1841 census in the household of John Smith Dempster and Catherine Lee Wafford in 'Falkland House', Turnham Green, Chiswick, Middlesex. Catherine, Hubert, Wallace and Emily were listed as the children of John Smith Dempster in the 1851 census in 'Falkland House', Chiswick, London.
     Hubert Frederic Dempster married Frances Joanna Startin on 17 January 1856 in St George, Hanover Square, Westminster. Hubert Frederick Dempster of full age, bachelor, surgeon, of New Bond St, son of John Smith Dempster, school master, to Frances Joanna Startin, of full age, spinster, of Chiswick, daughter of William Startin, civil engineer. Married by Licence. Signed Hubert F Dempster & Frances Joanna Startin, in the presence of Richd Fredc Dempster, J w Wishwood??, Frances Ann? ... Elizabeth Sarah Startin, & Kate Dempster.
Newspapers reported: Hubert F Dempster Esq, of Barnstaple to Frances Joanna, eldest daughter of William Startin, Esq, of Turnham Green. Hubert was a surgeon dentist until 1859,Barnstaple, Devon. He left for London because of pecuniary difficulties.
     In Summer 1860 he was arrested for debt and imprisoned for 10 months.
An insolvent Debtor: To be heard at the Court house, Portugal Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, Mdx, on the first day of December next, Hubert Frederic Dempster sued and committed as Hubert Dempster, formerly of Falkland House, Turnham Green, at some time renting apartments at 4 Park-terrace, Hammersmith, Mdx, dentist, afterwards of 4 Barbican-terrace, Barnstaple, in the county of Devon, dentist; having at the same time an apartment at 3 Mill-street, Bideford, and also at 8 High-street , Ilfracombe, Devon, then of 10 Holwell-place, Blackheath, Kent, at the same time carrying on a business at 12 St Thomas-street, Southwark, Surrey; and late of no. 1 Thornton-row, Greenwich, Kent; and at the same time carrying on a business as a dentist at 12 St Thomas's-street, Southwark, aforesaid. He and Frances Joanna Startin were divorced in December 1861. Frances Joanna Dempster v. Hubert Frederick Dempster. She married secondly in the June quarter of 1864 as Frances Joanna Dempster in the Croydon registration district.
     Hubert's death was registered in the quarter ending in March 1886 in Paddington RD.
     Alfred Joseph Dempster, aged 32, married Fanny Coates, aged 42, widow, in 1902, and stated Hubert Frederick Dempster surgeon deceased was his father. Hubert was already divorced by the time Alfred was born. He was already divorced from a Florence Emily Gordon who was widow when she married Alfred Joseph. I can find no record of Alfred’s birth. He sounds a bit of an adventurer from family lore travelling to South Africa to diamond mine, then Canada for mineral mines.

Child of Hubert Frederic Dempster