Walter Darcy Hall

(10 August 1891 - 22 January 1980)
     Walter Darcy Hall was born on 10 August 1891 in South Yarra, Victoria. He was the son of Thomas Skarratt Hall and Jane Kirk.
     Walter Darcy Hall married Annie Madeleine Brook in 1920 in London.
     Walter Darcy Hall travelled to Southampton, Hampshire, in February 1930 per the "Alcantara". Walter aged 38 and Ann aged 29 were on a round cruise.
     Walter died on 22 January 1980 in Saisbury R D, Wiltshire, aged 88. He was buried at All Saints, Woodford, Wiltshire. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Walter_D%27Arcy_Hall.

Children of Walter Darcy Hall and Annie Madeleine Brook

Walter Russell Hall

(22 February 1831 - 13 October 1911)
     Walter Russell Hall was born on 22 February 1831 in Kington, Herefordshire, England. His birth was registed as 20 Feb at the Lower Chapel fo the Particular Baptists. He was the son of Walter Hall and Elizabeth Carleton Skarratt. Walter, James and Thomas were listed as the children of Walter Hall in the 1851 census in Hengest Mill, Kington, Herefordshire, England.
     Walter Russell Hall and Thomas Skarratt Hall arrived with James Wesley Hall on 14 February 1852 at Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
     Walter Russell Hall married Eliza Rowdon Kirk, daughter of George Kirk and Elizabeth Wippell, on 16 April 1874 in St Paul's Cathedral, Melbourne, Victoria. HALL - KIRK. —On the 16th inst., by the Rev S. L. Chase, at St. Paul's Church Melbourne, Walter R. Hall, Esq (Cobb and Co), Sydney, N.S.Wales, to Eliza Rowdon Kirk, eldest daughter of George Kirk, Esq., Avoca, South Yarra..
     Walter died on 13 October 1911 in 'Wildfell', Potts Point, New South Wales, aged 80. He was buried in Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton, Victoria.
     His will was proved in November 1911. The Gympie Times 23 Nov 1911 reported: A Multi-Millionaire's Estate.
MR. WALTER HALL'S BEQUESTS.
As already mentioned in the press application has been made for probate of the will of the late Air. Walter Hall, the total value of whoso estate in New; South Wales is declared to be £2,311,000. The will was drawn in 1896, and the executrix and executors are Mrs. Walter R. Hall, Mr. Richard Gardiner Casey, and Mr. Kelso King. The deceased's
widow, Eliza Rowden Hall, is appointed the nesiduary legatee, and succeeds to the the whole of her.husband's property after the bequests in the will and codicils have been discharged.
The testator orders the following legacies to be paid out of his estste: To his wife, £100,000 ; to the wife of his brother, Thomas Skarratt Hall, and her children, £40,000, to be settled in a particular manner set out in the will; to his brother, James Bains Hall, and his wife and children, £40,000, upon certain conditions ; to his trustees, £20,000 on trust, for such lawful local charitable uses as they may think fit; to each child of his brother, James Wesley Hall, £1000; to each child of his uncle, Charles Carlton Skarratt, £6000 ; to Louisa Hall, widow of his brother, Henry Albert Hall, of Porter's Head (England), £5000 ; to his brother-in-law, George Marshall Kirk, of Albion, Brisbane, £5000 ; to each of tne daughters of his late uncle, William Carlton Skarratt, £4000 ; to Donald Skarratt, son of William Carlton Skarratt, £4000; to each of the daughters of his late Carlton Skarratt, £3000 ; to Mrs. Ward, daughter of his uncle, Thomas C. Skarratt, £4000 ; to Harry S. Brothwood, of Leichhardt, chemist, £4000 ; to each of his uncles, Charles Carlton Skarratt and Thomas Carlton Skarratt, £1000 ; to Miss Francis Wippell and G. W. Ellison, of Melbourne, relatives of his widow, £3000 each; to Kelso King, £2000; to his old clerk, Frank Wm. Edwards oi Sydney, £500; to each servant both male and female, in his employment at the time of his death, such sum as 'would equal three months' wages for every year they had been in his employment i; to his trustees, al. the ' principal and interest of the moneys due to him on mortages for the sum of £4000 on properties known as Olderfleet and Rialto, Collins-street, Melbourne, and also on a mortage for the sum of £20,000 on 100 acres of land near Glen Iris-road, near Melbourne, with a direction that the trustees settle the moneys or properties comprised in the mortgages' on the same or similar trusts in favour of the wife and children of his brother, Thomas Skarratt Hall, as they would settle the before mentioned sum of £40,000 ; to William Charles Hall, certain property at Wentworth Falls ; and to George Mlarshall Kirk, a residence at Albion, Brisbane.
The first codicil of the will bequeaths all the real and personal estate to which the testator is entitled, to his wife absolutely ; by the second codicil a second bequest of £30,000 is made to tho trustees on trust, to be used for such lawful charitable bequests in the State of Queensland, as they may think fit. There is, also a bequest of £1000 to his butler, William Shepherd, in addition to the amount to which he becomes entitled under the will..

William Hall

(17 July 1821 - 14 November 1898)
     William Hall was born on 17 July 1821 in Chapel of Garioch, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
     William Hall married Janet Emslie, daughter of Peter Emslie and Barbara Ledingham, on 28 May 1870 in Premnay, Aberdeenshire.
     William Hall and Janet Emslie appeared on the 1871 census in Claylands (Farm), Skene, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. William Hall 49, born Chapel of Garioch, wife Jessie Hall, 42, born Premnay, with 3 servants: Jessie Riddle 23. James Lawson 18 & Richard Edmondston 17..
     William died on 14 November 1898 in Logie Durno, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, aged 77.

Hannah Hall??

     Hannah Hall?? married Edward Killigrew, son of Edward Killigrew and Mary Weston, on 2 December 1746 in London. Edward Killegrew a weaver of Bethnal Green Bachelor & Hannah ... spinster..

Henry Hallahan

(17 February 1875 - )
     Henry Hallahan was born on 17 February 1875 in Jhansi, Bengal Presidency, India. He was the son of Jeremiah Halahan and Deboragh Noonan. Henry Hallahan was christened on 7 March 1875 in RC chapel, Jhansi, Bengal Presidency, India.
     Henry Hallahan served in the military with the Royal Dublin Fusilliers.
     Henry Hallahan married an unknown person in 1916.

Child of Henry Hallahan

Jeremiah Hallahan

     Jeremiah Hallahan was the son of Henry Hallahan.

Alexander Halliday

     Alexander Halliday married Elizabeth Smith, daughter of John Smith and Anne Hodgson. He was of Belfast, Ireland.

Charles B Halliday

(December 1871 - )
     Charles B Halliday was also known as George Charles B in records. He's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1871 in Birmingham, Warwickshire. He was the son of George Halliday and Caroline Hawkins. Margaret, W, Charles and L were listed as the children of George Halliday in the 1881 census in 97 Berners St, Aston, Warwickshire. Margaret, L and Charles were listed as the children of George Halliday in the 1891 census in 130 Burbury St, Aston Manor, Warwickshire.
     The marriage of Charles B Halliday and Clara Hine was registered in West Bromwich RD, in the September 1897 quarter.
     Charles B Halliday and Clara Hine appeared on the 1901 census in 141 Gt Hampton Row, Birmingham, Warwickshire. Charles Halliday 29, manager of clothing shop, born Handsworth Staffs; his wife Clara Halliday 33, born Birmingham, Stanley Halliday 2, born Birmingham.

David George Halliday

(before 28 July 1839 - )
     David George Halliday's birth was registered in the quarter ending before 28 July 1839 in Chatham, Medway RD, Kent. He was christened on 28 July 1839 in Chatham, Kent. David Geroge Hollowday. He was the son of David Watson Halliday and Elizabeth Forrester.
     David George Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in the household of David Watson Halliday and Elizabeth Halliday in Whittaker St, Chatham, Kent. David, Elizabeth, Emma and Thomas were listed as the children of David Watson Halliday in the 1851 census in 13 Best St, Chatham, Kent. David, Elizabeth and Thomas were listed as the children of David Watson Halliday in the 1861 census in 14 Best St, Chatham, Kent.
     The marriage of David George Halliday and Sarah Julia Peterson was registered in Tendring RD, Essex, in the June 1867 quarter.
     David George Halliday and Sarah Julia Peterson appeared on the 1871 census in 2 Eagle Terrace, Victoria Rd, Aldershot, Hampshire. David Geo Halliday, head, lodger, married, 31, ventriloquist & conjuror, born Chatham, Kent; with his wife Sarah J Halliday, aged 22, born Whitechapel, Mdx.
     David George Halliday appeared on the 1881 census in 28 Union St, Aldershot, Hampshire. He is probably the David Halliday aged 41, general dealer born Chatham with his wife Julia aged 30 and a servant Elizabeth Perkins, aged 12.
     David George Halliday and Sarah Julia Peterson appeared on the 1891 census in 24 Commercial Rd, Portsea, Hampshire. David Halliday, head, 50, General dealer shop, born Chatham, Kent; with his wife Julia 43, born London....

David Watson Halliday

(11 August 1808 - December 1885)
     David Watson Halliday was christened on 11 August 1808 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich. He was born on 11 August 1808 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of George Halliday and Isabella Unknown.
     David Watson Halliday married Elizabeth Forrester on 29 July 1838 in Gillingham, Medway RD, Kent.
     David Watson Halliday and Elizabeth Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in Whittaker St, Chatham, Kent. David Halliday, 33, rope maker, Elizabeth, 32, Edward 12, Sarah 7, David 2, all born in the county.
     David Watson Halliday and Elizabeth Halliday were recorded on the 1851 census in 13 Best St, Chatham, Kent. David Halliday, head, 40, rope maker, born Woolwich, with his wife Elizabeth aged 30, born Chatham, and children David 11, Elizabeth 8, Emma 4, Thomas, aged 6 months?, all born at Chatham.
     David Watson Halliday and Elizabeth Halliday appeared on the 1861 census in 14 Best St, Chatham, Kent. David Halliday, head, married, aged 50, ropemaker, born Woolwich; Elizabeth, wife, 48, birthplace not known; Edward Halliday, nephew, 29, bricklayer, born Woolwich; David Halliday, son, 23, ropemaker, born Chatham; Elizabeth, 19 unmarried daughter, born Chatham; Thomas, son aged 10, scholar, born Chatham; Jane Smith, visitor, aged 5, born Rotherhithe, Surrey.
     David Watson Halliday and Elizabeth Halliday appeared on the 1871 census in Chatham, Kent. David Halliday, head, married 60, ropemaker, born Woolwich; Elizabeth, wife, 28 [sic], born Chatham; Thomas, son, unmarried, 20, blacksmith, born Chatham; Harriett West/Nest aged 69, annuitant, born Deptford, was a lodger with them.
     David Watson Halliday was described as a visitor in the 1881 census at the home of William Herbert Moody and Elizabeth Sarah Halliday in 2 Northumberland St, St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex.
     David's death was registered in the quarter ending in December 1885 in Strand RD.

Children of David Watson Halliday and Elizabeth Forrester

Edward Thomas Halliday

(16 November 1829 - )
     Edward Thomas Halliday was born on 16 November 1829 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of Thomas Edward Halliday and Sarah Sophia Spiers. Edward Thomas Halliday was christened on 6 December 1829 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich.
     Edward Thomas Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in the household of David Watson Halliday and Elizabeth Halliday in Whittaker St, Chatham, Kent. Edward Thomas Halliday was listed as the nephew of David Watson Halliday in the1861 census in 14 Best St, Chatham, Kent. David Halliday, head, married, aged 50, ropemaker, born Woolwich; Elizabeth, wife, 48, birthplace not known; Edward Halliday, nephew, 29, bricklayer, born Woolwich; David Halliday, son, 23, ropemaker, born Chatham; Elizabeth, 19 unmarried daughter, born Chatham; Thomas, son aged 10, scholar, born Chatham; Jane Smith, visitor, aged 5, born Rotherhithe, Surrey.

Elizabeth Sarah Halliday

(June 1841 - )
     Elizabeth Sarah Halliday's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1841 in Chatham, Medway RD, Kent. She was the daughter of David Watson Halliday and Elizabeth Forrester. Elizabeth Sarah Halliday was christened on 19 June 1842 in Chatham, Kent. David, Elizabeth, Emma and Thomas were listed as the children of David Watson Halliday in the 1851 census in 13 Best St, Chatham, Kent. David, Elizabeth and Thomas were listed as the children of David Watson Halliday in the 1861 census in 14 Best St, Chatham, Kent.
     Elizabeth Sarah Halliday married William Herbert Moody before 30 June 1865 in Medway RD, Kent.
     Elizabeth Sarah Halliday and William Herbert Moody appeared on the 1871 census in 58 Finchley Rd, Marylebone, Westminster. William H Moody, head, married 27, Police constable with his wife Elizabeth S aged 27, and daughter Elizabeth E M, 4 all born at Chatham; plus a nursechild Sarah Barrow, aged 6 born Holborn London.
     Elizabeth Sarah Halliday and William Herbert Moody appeared on the 1881 census in 2 Northumberland St, St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, Middlesex. William A Moody, head, 38, housekeeper; Elizabeth S Moody, 38, and their daughter Elizabeth M Moody, 14, all born at Chatham; with visitor David W Halliday, widower, aged 71, pensioner ropemaker, born at Woolwich.

Child of Elizabeth Sarah Halliday and William Herbert Moody

Emma Mary Halliday

(19 August 1846 - )
     Emma Mary Halliday was christened on 19 August 1846 in Chatham, Kent. She was the daughter of David Watson Halliday and Elizabeth Forrester. David, Elizabeth, Emma and Thomas were listed as the children of David Watson Halliday in the 1851 census in 13 Best St, Chatham, Kent.

Child of Emma Mary Halliday

George Halliday

(3 October 1838 - )
     George Halliday was born on 3 October 1838 in Fox Lane, Gillingham, Kent. He was the son of Thomas Edward Halliday and Sarah Sophia Spiers. George Halliday was christened on 24 October 1838 in St Mary, Chatham, Kent.
     George Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in the household of George Halliday in William St, Charlton next Woolwich, Kent. He appears to be the orphaned grandson. George Halliday was listed as the nephew of Charles Thomas William Kellow in the 1851 census in 36 Frederick Lane, Rotherfield St, Islington.
     George Halliday appeared on the 1861 census in 46 Chatton St, London. A George Halliday aged 23, unmarried, born Chatham, Kent was a printer, visiting the Hillman family.
     The marriage of George Halliday and Caroline Hawkins was registered in Birmingham, Warwickshire, in the June 1867 quarter.
     George Halliday and Caroline Hawkins appeared on the 1871 census in 4 Poplar Place, Soho Hill, Handsworth, Staffordshire. George Halliday 32, printer, born Woolwich, Kent; his wife Caroline Halliday 25, born Sibdon, Shropshire, daughter M J Halliday 3, born Birmingham, W H Halliday 1, born Handsworth.
     George Halliday and Caroline Hawkins appeared on the 1881 census in 97 Berners St, Aston, Warwickshire. George Halliday 40, lithographic printer; his wife Caroline Halliday 35, born Shropshire; children Margaret Halliday 12, Horace Halliday 11, C B Halliday son 9, L C Halliday daughter 6, all born Birmingham.
     George Halliday and Caroline Hawkins appeared on the 1891 census in 130 Burbury St, Aston Manor, Warwickshire. George Halliday 52, born Chatham, Caroline Halliday 44, born Shropshire, children Margaret Halliday 22, domestic, born Birmingham; Eliza Halliday 16, jewellers warehousewoman, born Handsworth; son Charles Halliday 19, tailor's assistant, born Handsworth, Sts.
     George Halliday appeared on the 1901 census. George halliday, 62.

Children of George Halliday and Caroline Hawkins

George Halliday

(circa 1772 - before 12 March 1849)
     George Halliday was born circa 1772.
     George Halliday married Isabella Unknown.
     George Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in William St, Charlton next Woolwich, Kent. George Halliday, 65, rope-maker, not born in the county, Margaret 35, milliner, Mary 35, milliner, William 9, George 2, all born in the county.
     George died before 12 March 1849 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, Kent. George Halliday, of Islington buried 12 March 1849 aged 77.

Children of George Halliday and Isabella Unknown

George Halliday

(circa 1824 - 4 November 1903)
     George Halliday was born circa 1824.
     George Halliday appeared on the 1901 census in Chatham, Kent. George Halliday, 76, single, patient, lime turner (journeyman) born Luton, Kent. He was mentioned in the Poor Law documents as being discharged on request on 4 Apr 1901 at the Medway Union, aged 76, not able bodied, having been admittted at Gillingham. He was admitted again on 8 June 1903 aged 78, admitted from Chatham, Chruch of Engand, the informant was himself on 4 April 1901 in the Workhouse, Chatham, Kent, England.
     George died on 4 November 1903 in the Workhouse, Chatham, Kent. He was discharged dead 4 Nov 1903 aged 79. He appears as Holliday in the GRO indexes..

Isabella Halliday

(11 April 1802 - September 1854)
     Isabella Halliday was born on 11 April 1802 in Woolwich, Kent. She was the daughter of George Halliday and Isabella Unknown. Isabella Halliday was christened on 2 May 1802 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich.
     Isabella Halliday married William Ramsey on 5 February 1821 in East Wickham, Kent. He was in the Royal Artillery and would have spent time at Woolwich. They had 15 children and spent many years at Gibraltar prior to 1841.
     Isabella Halliday and William Ramsey appeared on the 1841 census in Sandy Hill, Plumstead, Kent. William Ramsay, 40, Army P[ensioner], not born in the county; Isabella 35 born in the county, Margaret 15 N, John 13 N, James 10, Ellen 8, Mary 6, Elias 5, William 2, all born in the county; with Thomas Haliday 5, born in the county.
     Isabella Halliday and William Ramsey were recorded on the 1851 census in 3 Britannia Cottages, Plumstead, Kent. William Ramsey, head, 50, Chelsea pensioner & Arsenal labourer, born Gibraltar, British subject; his wife Isabella, 48, born Woolwich, children Charles? 14, born Charlton, Kent, William 12, born Charlton, Thomas 9, David 9, Hannah 6, Robert 4, all born at Plumstead.
     Isabella's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1854 in Plumstead, Kent.

Children of Isabella Halliday and William Ramsey

L C Halliday

(December 1874 - )
     L C Halliday was also known as Eliza in records. She's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1874 in Birmingham, Warwickshire. She was the daughter of George Halliday and Caroline Hawkins. Margaret, W, Charles and L were listed as the children of George Halliday in the 1881 census in 97 Berners St, Aston, Warwickshire. Margaret, L and Charles were listed as the children of George Halliday in the 1891 census in 130 Burbury St, Aston Manor, Warwickshire.

Margaret Halliday

(16 August 1827 - )
     Margaret Halliday was born on 16 August 1827 in Woolwich, Kent. She was the daughter of Thomas Edward Halliday and Sarah Sophia Spiers. Margaret Halliday was christened on 7 September 1827 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich.
     Margaret Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in the household of William Thomas Spiers and Mary Spiers in Charlton next Woolwich, Kent. Margaret Halliday was listed as the niece of William Thomas Spiers in the 1851 census in 74 Powis? St, Woolwich, Kent. Margaret Halliday aged 21 was a servant in the household of her uncle William Spiers, brickmaker.
     Margaret Halliday arrived at USA.

Margaret Halliday

Margaret Halliday

(23 August 1804 - September 1892)
     Margaret Halliday was born on 23 August 1804 in Woolwich, Kent. She was the daughter of George Halliday and Isabella Unknown. Margaret Halliday was christened on 30 September 1804 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich.
     Margaret Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in the household of George Halliday in William St, Charlton next Woolwich, Kent.
     Margaret Halliday married Charles Thomas William Kellow as his second wife, on 18 September 1841 in All Saints, Poplar, Middlesex. Charles Kellow & Margaret Halliday, both of full age, both of Poplar, widower and spinster, he was a printer, son of William Kellow, cordwainer?. She was a milliner, daughter of George Halliday, ropemaker.
     Margaret Halliday and Charles Thomas William Kellow were recorded on the 1851 census in 36 Frederick Lane, Rotherfield St, Islington. Sarah Halliday aged 17 was the niece and house servant along with George Halliday, nephew aged 12, assistant, both born in Chatham, Kent, in the household of Charles Kellow aged 50, printer born London, Mdx and his wife Marg aged 45, born Woolwich, Kent and their children James aged 12, printer, born London, Mdx; Kate 6, scholar and Margaret 5, scholar both born Islington.
     Margaret Halliday and Charles Thomas William Kellow appeared on the 1861 census in 26 Frederick St, St Pancras, London. Charles Kellow, lodger, 60, lithographic printer, born London, Mdx with his wife Margaret aged 54, born Woolwich, Kent and children Kate M Kellow, 16, dressmaker, born Islington and Margaret 15, P. teacher, born Islington. The household was headed by John Elliott.
     Margaret Halliday appeared on the 1881 census in 26 Clarendon Rd, Kensington, London. Margaret Kellow, 76, widow, born Woolwich, Kent; Kate Kellow, daughter, unmarried, 36, photographer, Margaret Morton, daughter, married, 35, both born Islington; grand daughter Eden Morton, 5, grandson John Morton, 2, both born Kensington; Elizabeth Funnel, 19, servant, John W Richards, 28, student at law & tutor. She was listed as Margaret Rachel Kellow's mother in the 1891 census in 100 Elizabeth Crescent?, Kensington, London.
     Margaret's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1892 in Kensington RD, Middlesex.

Children of Margaret Halliday and Charles Thomas William Kellow

Margaret Jane Halliday

(September 1868 - )
     Margaret Jane Halliday's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1868 in Birmingham, Warwickshire. She was the daughter of George Halliday and Caroline Hawkins. Margaret and W were listed as the children of George Halliday in the 1871 census in 4 Poplar Place, Soho Hill, Handsworth, Staffordshire. Margaret, W, Charles and L were listed as the children of George Halliday in the 1881 census in 97 Berners St, Aston, Warwickshire. Margaret, L and Charles were listed as the children of George Halliday in the 1891 census in 130 Burbury St, Aston Manor, Warwickshire.

Mary Halliday

(29 July 1806 - )
     Mary Halliday was born on 29 July 1806 in Woolwich, Kent. She was the daughter of George Halliday and Isabella Unknown. Mary Halliday was christened on 24 August 1806 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich.
     Mary Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in the household of George Halliday in William St, Charlton next Woolwich, Kent.

Sarah Sophia Halliday

(before 23 February 1834 - 17 June 1915)
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     Sarah Sophia Halliday was born before 23 February 1834 in Brompton, Gillingham, Kent, England. She was christened on 23 February 1834 in St Mary, Chatham, Kent. She was the daughter of Thomas Edward Halliday and Sarah Sophia Spiers.
     Sarah Sophia Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in the household of David Watson Halliday and Elizabeth Halliday in Whittaker St, Chatham, Kent. Her mother had died in 1838 and her father 1839. Sarah Sophia Halliday was listed as the niece of Charles Thomas William Kellow in the 1851 census in 36 Frederick Lane, Rotherfield St, Islington.
     Sarah Sophia Halliday arrived per "Constance" on 18 August 1858 at Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Sarah Halliday aged 24, born Kent, housemaid, bounty immigrant. They departed 7 May from Gravesend. At her death in June 1915 it was claimed that she had been 2 years in Victoria and 50 years in NSW.
     Sarah Sophia Halliday married William Henry Hooper, son of William Benjamin Hooper and Mary Ann Trull, on 25 March 1862 in 30 Hotham St, East Melbourne, Victoria. They married at the residence the Rev Joseph Beer, of the Independent Church He was a bachelor, born Islington, London, Post Office clerk, aged 27 of Deniliquin, son of William Benjamin Hooper, gentleman, and Mary Ann (Trull); she was described as Sarah Sophia Halliday, spinster, born Brompton, Kent, 27, of Melbourne, daughter of Thomas Edward Halliday, ship builder & Sarah Sophia (Spires). Sarah Sophia Halliday was widowed on 8 May 1906 on the death of her husband William Henry Hooper.
     Sarah Sophia Halliday made a will dated 5 January 1914 in Melbourne. She bequeathed to her grandsons Jack & Richmond Jeremy £25 each. To Miss Ethel Jeremy of Mont Albert, spinster, £15. To Miss Alice Kraeger of Woollahra, Sydney £10, To her grand daughter Margaret Hooper of Corowa my gold watch and chain and all my other personal effects of whatsoever nature to my daughter Kate Ella Jeremy to be retained by her or dealt with as she may think fit. The balance of my estate I devise and bequeath to my executors upon the following terms for the benefit of my grandchildren Jack, Charley, William & Margaret Hooper (children of my son Charles Henry Hooper deceased) in equal shares will leave to my executors to continue or vary the investment of funds of the estate existing at date of my death at their discretion and to invest in any class of security as they may decide and to determine as to date & method of realising & winding up the estate as they shall think fit in the interests of my said grandchildren either at or subsequent to the coming of age or marriage of any or all of my said grandchildren.
I further direct that my executors shall have power to carry on the estate and either out of income therefrom or from the corpus may reimburse themselves any ... expenditure by them in the education or maintenance or advancement of my said grandchildren or any of them
And I appoint my son Sydney Benjamin Hooper executor of this my will with leave to my son Arthur Frederick Hooper to prove
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this fifth day of January 1914. S S Hooper
Signed by the said Sarah Sophia Hooper & by her declared to be her last will & testament in the presence ... Eileen Wingrove, spinster, The Waldorf, St Kilda; Mabel Leamon, Hazel Vale, Belgrave. She added a codicil to her will on 25 December 1914 in Toorak. She revoked her legacy to Miss Alice Kraeger of Sydney. Witnessed by Ada Tuckfield, 230 Williams Rd, Toorak & Doris Richards, 16 Williams St, South Yarra.
     Sarah died on 17 June 1915 in Mercer Road, Malvern, Victoria. MRS W H HOOPER. Information was received here on Friday last announcing the death of Mrs W H Hooper, which took place the day previous at Malvern (Melbourne). Deceased and her late husband resided at Deniliquin for a period of 46 years, but upon bis death in 1902, Mrs Hooper took up her residence in Melbourne. Deceased was the mother of Mrs John Jeremy (Wagga), Mr A F Hooper (Melbourne), and Mr S B Hooper Sydney).. She was buried on 18 June 1915 in Brighton.
     Her will was proved on 20 July 1915 at Victoria. Her personal estate was valued at £7478/2/10.

Children of Sarah Sophia Halliday and William Henry Hooper

Thomas Halliday

(4 February 1836 - )
     Thomas Halliday was born on 4 February 1836 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of Thomas Edward Halliday and Sarah Sophia Spiers. Thomas Halliday was christened on 15 June 1836 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich.
     Thomas Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in the household of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday in Sandy Hill, Plumstead, Kent. His mother had died in 1838 and her father 1839.

Thomas Edward Halliday

(13 October 1797 - 20 November 1839)
     Thomas Edward Halliday was born on 13 October 1797 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of George Halliday and Isabella Unknown. Thomas Edward Halliday was christened on 1 November 1797 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich.
     Thomas Edward Halliday married Sarah Sophia Spiers, daughter of Edward Spiers and Ann Unknown, on 8 October 1826 in Lee, Kent. Thomas Halliday, bachelor of this parish & Sarah Spiers, spinster of this parish, by banns.
     Thomas Edward Halliday was employed by H.M. Dockyard as a ropemaker, Chatham, Kent. He was widowed on 18 October 1838 on the death of his wife Sarah Sophia Spiers.
     Thomas died of consumption on 20 November 1839 in New Brompton, Gillingham, Kent, aged 42. He was described as a ropemaker of H M Yard, aged 42. He is not buried at Chatham St Mary.

Children of Thomas Edward Halliday and Sarah Sophia Spiers

Thomas William Halliday

(September 1850 - )
     Thomas William Halliday's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1850 in Chatham, Medway RD, Kent. He was the son of David Watson Halliday and Elizabeth Forrester. Thomas William Halliday was christened on 20 October 1850 in Chatham, Kent. David, Elizabeth, Emma and Thomas were listed as the children of David Watson Halliday in the 1851 census in 13 Best St, Chatham, Kent. David, Elizabeth and Thomas were listed as the children of David Watson Halliday in the 1861 census in 14 Best St, Chatham, Kent. Thomas was listed as David Watson Halliday's son in the 1871 census in Chatham, Kent.

W Horace Halliday

(circa 1870 - )
     W Horace Halliday was born circa 1870 in Handsworth, Staffordshire. A Horace William was registered in the Dec quarter of 1869 in the West Bromwich registration district. He was the son of George Halliday and Caroline Hawkins. Margaret and W were listed as the children of George Halliday in the 1871 census in 4 Poplar Place, Soho Hill, Handsworth, Staffordshire. Margaret, W, Charles and L were listed as the children of George Halliday in the 1881 census in 97 Berners St, Aston, Warwickshire.

William Halliday

(18 February 1832 - before 22 March 1917)
     William Halliday was born on 18 February 1832 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of Thomas Edward Halliday and Sarah Sophia Spiers. William Halliday was christened on 3 June 1832 in St Mary, Chatham, Kent. A William Hallad [truncated?] aged 19, born Woolwich was a shoemaker in Stepney in the 1851 census.
     William Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in the household of George Halliday in William St, Charlton next Woolwich, Kent.
     William Halliday appeared on the 1861 census in China. William Halliday, seaman (AB) aged 31 born Woolwich, Kent; in the Royal Navy ship Slaney, berthed at Tientsin, China.
     William Halliday married Susannah Unknown before 1871.
     William Halliday and Susannah Unknown appeared on the 1871 census in Bradwell, Essex. William Halliday, 38, Coast guard, boatman, born Woolwich, Kent, with his wife Susannah, aged 42, born Old Haven?, Essex. He William Halliday, born 18 Feb 1832 at Woolwich, Kent, trade: shoemaker, 5' 7" high, light brown hair, hazel eyes, fresh complexion; served in the Penolope (cG) Bradwell, BoatMan T ?, 3 G C badges worn, served from 1 Jan 1873 to 3 May 1875, character: v. good, Discharged - pensioned. F? C? 1854 between 1873 and 1875, in Bradwell?, Essex.
     William Halliday appeared on the 1881 census in 145 Three Colt St, Limehouse, Middlesex. William Halliday aged 49, born Woolwich, Kent, beer house keeper, with wife Susanna Halliday aged 52, born Hold Aven [sic], Essex.
     William Halliday appeared on the 1891 census in Erith Rd, Bexley, Kent. William Haliday aged 59, born Woolwich, Kent, naval pensioner with wife Susanna Halliday aged 61, born Purfleet, Essex.
     William Halliday and Susannah Unknown appeared on the 1901 census in Bexley, Kent. William Halliday aged 68, born Woolwich, Kent, naval pensioner with wife Susanna Halliday aged 72, born Old Haven, Essex.
     William Halliday married Mary Anne Reed on 3 May 1909 in Bexley Heath, Kent. William Halliday, widower, navy pensioner & Mary Anne Reed, widow, both of full age and of Standen Rd. He was the son of Edward Halliday, deceased, rep-maker and she was the daughter of James Reed, deceased, shipwright. Both signed in the presence of Arthur Hudson Reed and Annie E Reed.
     William Halliday and Mary Anne Reed appeared on the 1911 census in 2 Exeter Cottages, Standard Rd, Bexley Heath, Kent. William Halliday aged 78, born Woolwich, Kent, naval pensioner with wife Mary Anne Halliday, aged 69, married 1 year, born Woolwich, Kent.
     William died before 22 March 1917 in Bexley Heath, Kent. He was buried on 22 March 1917 in Christ Church, Bexley Heath, Kent. William Halliday of Exeter Cottage, Standard Rd, Bexley Heath, aged 85. The cemetery registers states: Able Seaman Pensioner, 85.

Robert Hallifax

(before 1730 - )
     Robert Hallifax was born before 1730.
     Ann Glew married secondly Robert Hallifax on 4 April 1769 in Belton, Lincolnshire.