Henry Edward MacGlew

(1841 - 1842)
     Henry Edward MacGlew was born in 1841 in England. He was the son of Henry Daniel Mackglew and Mary Ann Parry. Henry Edward MacGlew was widowed in 1842 on the death of his wife Henry Edward MacGlew.

Hilda Gladys Mary MacGlew

(27 August 1894 - 5 June 1983)
     Hilda Gladys Mary MacGlew was born on 27 August 1894 in Perth, Western Australia. She was the daughter of William Henry MacGlew and Lucy Emma Jane Bowra.
     Hilda Gladys Mary MacGlew married Christopher Murray Lanyon on 5 June 1921.
     Hilda died on 5 June 1983 in Wembley, Western Australia, aged 88.

Iris Maude Elizabeth MacGlew

(1893 - 3 July 1968 or 1 October 1976)
     Iris Maude Elizabeth MacGlew was born in 1893 in Perth, Western Australia. She was the daughter of Henry Atlee MacGlew and Elizabeth Mary Hughes.
     Iris died on 3 July 1968 or 1 October 1976 in Midland, Western Australia.

Jane Macglew

(1847 - )
     Jane Macglew was born in 1847 in Busselton, Western Australia. She was the daughter of Henry Daniel Mackglew and Mary Ann Parry.

Jean Florence MacGlew

(1904 - 3 July 1968?)
     Jean Florence MacGlew was born in 1904 in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia. She was the daughter of Alec Cecil MacGlew and Adeline Florence Geldard.
     Jean died on 3 July 1968? In Midland, Western Australia.

John Elsmere MacGlew

(20 September 1923 - 14 February 2005)
     John Elsmere MacGlew was born on 20 September 1923 in Victoria Park, Western Australia.
     John died on 14 February 2005 in Bentley, Western Australia, aged 81. He was buried in Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park, Western Australia.

John Elsmere MacGlew

(circa 1898 - 1965)
     John Elsmere MacGlew was born circa 1898 in Western Australia. He was buried in 1965 in Western Australia.
     John died in 1965 in Kwinana, Western Australia.

Laura Amy Macglew

(1877 - 1877)
     Laura Amy Macglew was also known as MackGlew in records.
     Laura died in 1877 in Glebe, Sydney, New South Wales. She was born in 1877 in Braidwood, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Cornelius Stanley Mackglew and Eleanor Ann Davies.

Lillian Edna Parry MacGlew

(18 September 1890 - 23 July 1933)
     Lillian Edna Parry MacGlew was born on 18 September 1890 in Perth, Western Australia. She was the daughter of William Henry MacGlew and Lucy Emma Jane Bowra.
     Lillian Edna Parry MacGlew married Edwin Smith Edwards on 19 June 1912.
     Lillian died on 23 July 1933 in Glen Forrest, Western Australia, aged 42.

Lionel Edgar MacGlew

(18 August 1880 - 5 May 1951)
     Lionel Edgar MacGlew was born on 18 August 1880 in Perth, Western Australia. He was the son of William Henry MacGlew and Lucy Emma Jane Bowra.
     Lionel Edgar MacGlew married Florence Isobel Moir Ifla on 28 March 1910.
     Lionel died on 5 May 1951 in Glen Forrest, Western Australia, aged 70. He was buried in Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth.

Mabel Macglew

(1885 - 11 October 1885)
     Mabel Macglew was also known as Mackglew in records. She was born in 1885 in Petersham, Sydney, New South Wales. McGLEW -September 26 at her residence, Enmore-road Marrickville, the wife of C S M'Glew, of a daughter Both doing well. She was the daughter of Cornelius Stanley Mackglew and Eleanor Ann Davies.
     Mabel died on 11 October 1885 in Petersham, Sydney New South Wales. Aged 2 weeks, late of Marrickville.

Marie Fern MacGlew

(1896 - )
     Marie Fern MacGlew was born in 1896 in Smiths Hill, now Glen Forrest, Western Australia. She was the daughter of Henry Atlee MacGlew and Elizabeth Mary Hughes.

Mary Ann MacGlew

(March 1842 - )
     Mary Ann MacGlew was born in March 1842 in England. It is claimed that she was born at Vasse, WA but she was one month on arrival with her parents. She was the daughter of Henry Daniel Mackglew and Mary Ann Parry.
     Mary immigrated with the family to Leschenault, Western Australia, on 10 April 1842 per "Diadem".
     Mary Ann MacGlew married Richard Dorricott in 1859 in Guildford, Western Australia. Judy O'Neill wrote: Thomas Henry Dorricott, son of Mary McGlew married Caroline Hatton, their son Henry Atlee married Elsie Vining, their daughter Gertrude Jean married James Hancock Sanders and my client is their daughter.

Children of Mary Ann MacGlew and Richard Dorricott

Muriel Lucy May MacGlew

(29 April 1888 - 27 March 1906)
     Muriel Lucy May MacGlew was born on 29 April 1888 in Perth, Western Australia. She was the daughter of William Henry MacGlew and Lucy Emma Jane Bowra.
     Muriel Lucy May MacGlew married George Evans in 1905 in Smiths Hill, now Glen Forrest, Western Australia.
     Muriel died on 27 March 1906 in East Midland, Western Australia, aged 17. She was buried in Midland, Western Australia.

Olive May MacGlew

(5 March 1914 - )
     Olive May MacGlew was born on 5 March 1914 in Western Australia. She was the daughter of Alec George Rewell MacGlew and Lillian May Gladwell.
     Olive May MacGlew married Nelson Herbert Fewster on 22 September 1934.

Phyllis Dorothy MacGlew

(13 March 1894 - 26 July 1987)
     Phyllis Dorothy MacGlew was also known as Lady Cilento in records. She was born on 13 March 1894 in Sydney, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Charles Thomas MacGlew and Alice Lane Walker.
     Her daughter Diane stated in an interview that Phyllis was an only child and she had a father who wanted to have a son, so when she was little, she was actually dressed as a boy for a bit. And she used to go around with her dad to various different ... on horseback ... and her mother and father absolutely didn't get on. I think by the time she was about ten they had parted. And she ... her father went away and took the opportunity I think to go to the First World War and was gassed. He didn't die, but he never came back to Australia, and she, I think, probably always wanted to go to Europe to see him. He did die long before I was born. But he ... she wanted to be all sorts of things that he would allow her to: she wanted to be a trapeze artist, then she wanted to do art, and when she went to Adelaide University to do art, she fell madly in love with the body - anatomically - and she changed to medicine, and she was the only female in her year, and it just so happened that my dear old Daddo was in that year, having scraped together lots of ... It was very difficult for him to actually get to university. And these two met, and I don't think her father approved of that. She was engaged to someone else, and then she did that trip around to look at all the trenches from the First World War and she went with her mother, and she was going to marry someone else, and it was all ... and then suddenly she married my dad. So I don't think ... It was sort of not very popular with her mother, or her father, that she'd married this sort of crazy Italian guy.
     Phyllis Dorothy MacGlew was engaged on 13 March 1920. CILENTO— McGLEW. Tbe marriage of Dr. Phyllis McGlew, daughter of Capt. and Mrs. C. T. McGlew, of "Wood- spring," Unley Park, to Dr. R. W. Cilento, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cilento, of Murray Bridge, thorn, on Thursday, March 18, at 2.30 p.m. No written invitations have been issued, but friends are invited to "Woodspring" for afternoon tea after the ceremony.
     Phyllis Dorothy MacGlew married Sir Raphael West Cilento on 18 March 1920 in St Columba's, Hawthorne, Adelaide, South Australia. Weddings. CILENTO— McGLEW. St. Columba's Church, Hawthorn, was well filled with friends of the bride and bridegroom on Thursday, March 18, for the wedding of Dr. Ray Cilento and Dr. Phyllis McGlew. As it was Lent the church was not decorated, except for white flowers on the altar. The bride, who was given away by her father, Capt. McGlew, was attended by her young cousin. Miss Cowler, in a white frock with. touches of pink and'blue. Dr. McGlew's dress was of white charmeuse, the neck ut round and low, the sleeves short, the pointed train from the shoulders of satin lined with georgette. Her veil was of white tulle fastened with a wreath of orange blos soms, and she carried a sheaf of flowers. Her skirt was quite short, and her chaussure? was white silk stockings and white-and-silver bro caded shoes. Dr. Ray Cilento was unsupported by any best man, and the ceremony was perform ed by Archdeacon Clampett. After the service the friends present were in vited to take tea informally at 'Woodspring' the residence of Capt. and Mrs. McGlew, which is just opposite the church, and there in the wide verandah the wedding party received the guests. No invitations had been issued, as Mr. and Mrs. McG lew and Dr. Phyllis McGlew had only just returned from England. The wedding presents were in the dining room, and tea was served on the round lawn at the back of the house. Archdeacon Clamppett insisted that old customs were not to be denied, and proposed tbe health of the bride and bridegroom in a happy, friendly speech, to which Dr. Ray Cilento replied ralicf nervously?, as he had been promised that the ordeal should be spared him. While the bride was changing her dress the party employed themselves in decorating the motor, with suitable shoes and confetti, and when Dr. and Mrs Cilento. came out to get in. Dr. Phyllis' charm ing dress of navy and grey jersey was almost invistible in the storm of rose leaves,rice, and confetti. Her hat,- as I discovered later, was a small one of navy silk with a fancy hatpin as its trimming. The honeymoon was spent at the Glenelg River camping out. Mrs McGlew wore a very smart costume of fawn gabardine, a coat and skirt with touches of pink, and a small hat to match..
     She was a doctor, women's rights activist, social reformer, journalist and broadcaster. Lady Phyllis Cilento was educated in Adelaide, graduating MB, BS from the University of Adelaide. She did postgraduate work at hospitals and clinics in Malaysia, New Guinea, London, Paris and New York. Later moving to Brisbane with her husband, she became a prominent member of the Queensland women's movement and highly influential in broader areas of public health. She was a medical columnist, broadcaster, journalist and author of several books. Her interests lay in nutition, vitamin therapy, family planning and antenatal and childcare. She founded the Queensland Mothercraft Assocation in 1930; the Queensland branch of the Business and Professional Women's Club and was president of the Queensland Medical Women's Association (1938-1947).
     Phyllis died on 26 July 1987 in Brisbane, Queensland, aged 93.

Children of Phyllis Dorothy MacGlew and Sir Raphael West Cilento

Ruby Mildred Eliza MacGlew

(11 July 1886 - 11 September 1975)
     Ruby Mildred Eliza MacGlew was born on 11 July 1886 in Perth, Western Australia. She was the daughter of William Henry MacGlew and Lucy Emma Jane Bowra.
     Ruby Mildred Eliza MacGlew married George Harley on 14 February 1906.
     Ruby died on 11 September 1975 in Midland, Western Australia, aged 89.

Sydney A C MacGlew

(1893 - 1895)
     Sydney A C MacGlew was also known as MackGlew in records. He was born in 1893 in New South Wales. He was the son of Sydney Cornelius Mackglew and Miriam May Elyard.
     Sydney died in 1895 in Picton, New South Wales.

Unknown MacGlew

(12 March 1912 - )
     Unknown MacGlew was born on 12 March 1912 in Cottesloe, Western Australia. McGLEW (nee Fox).- On March 12, at Winifred street, Cottesloe Beach; to Mr. and Mrs. H. D. McGlew. Avoca Vale, Donnybrook-a daughter. Both well. She was the daughter of Harold Duncan MacGlew and Nellie Mary Fox.

Violet Minnie Irene MacGlew

(5 July 1882 - 20 May 1956)
     Violet Minnie Irene MacGlew was born on 5 July 1882 in Perth, Western Australia. She was the daughter of William Henry MacGlew and Lucy Emma Jane Bowra.
     Violet Minnie Irene MacGlew married Owen Augustus Rutherford Connell in 1900 in Smiths Hill, now Glen Forrest, Western Australia.
     Violet died on 20 May 1956 in Greenmount, Western Australia, aged 73.

William Henry MacGlew

(1845 - )
     William Henry MacGlew was also known as Henry William in records. William Henry MacGlew was also known as MackGlew in records. He was born in 1845 in Busselton, Western Australia. He was the son of Henry Daniel Mackglew and Mary Ann Parry.
     William Henry MacGlew married Lucy Emma Jane Bowra on 23 May 1872 in the Wesleyan Chapel, Perth, Western Australia. He married again in 1906. William Henry MacGlew was a Freemason on 23 February 1876 in Perth, Western Australia. being made a mason of the Lodge of St John as William Henry McGlew, machinist. He was widowed on 25 January 1902 on the death of his wife Lucy Emma Jane Bowra.
     St Andrew's church, McGlew Road, Glen Forrest was built in 1903 on land donated by Smith's hill (Glen Forrrest) resident W H McGlew, who was the first chaiman of the newly formed Greenmount Road Board. The centenary was celebrated on 30 Nov 2003 and attended by Mrs Pat Edwards a descendant.
     William Henry MacGlew married Elizabeth Annette Unknsown (Moir) on 18 April 1906 in Perth, Western Australia. McGLEW-MOIR.-On April 18, 1906, by the Dean of Perth, at St. George's Cathedral, William Henry McGlew, J. P., Smith's Mill, to Elizabeth Annette Moir, widow of the late J. Moir, and. sister-in-law to the Rev. Moir, M.A., Tasmania
McGLEW-MOIR. A correspondent writes:-A very pretty wedding took place on April 18 at St. George's Cathedral, Perth. The con- tracting partieS, were William Henry McGlew, J.P., of Smith's Mill and Elizabeth Annett Moir, sister-in-law to the Rev. Mr. Moir, M.A., of Tasmania. The ceremony was performed by the Dean of Perth. The bride, who was dressed in a charming costume, was given away by the Surveyor-General, Mr. H. Johnstone. Mr. Lionel MeGlew, son ot the bridegroom, acted as best man. The party were afterwards driven to the Strand Cafe, where the wedding breakfast was attended by a large num- ber of leading residents of Perth and Smith's Mill. The usual toasts were honoured, after which the bride and bridegroom left for Busselton and the Caves to sped! their honeymoon
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Children of William Henry MacGlew and Lucy Emma Jane Bowra

William Henry MacGlew

(1923 - 21 January 1924)
     William Henry MacGlew was born in 1923 in Western Australia.
     William died on 21 January 1924 in Glen Forrest, Western Australia. He was buried in Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth.

William Henry Atlee MacGlew

(1894 - 20 September 1917)
     William Henry Atlee MacGlew was born in 1894 in Perth, Western Australia. He was the son of Henry Atlee MacGlew and Elizabeth Mary Hughes.
     William Henry Atlee MacGlew served in the War between 1916 and 1917. William Henry Atlee McGlew. Regimental number 6348. Church of England. Occupation: Labourer. Address: Midland Junction, Western Australia. Single. Age at embarkation 21. Next of kin: Mother, Mrs Elizabeth McGlew, York Road, Midland Junction, Western Australia. Enlistment Date: 2 August 1916. Date of Enlistment from Nominal Roll: 15 July 1916. Rank on enlistment: Private. Unit name: 28th Battalion, 18th Reinforcement. AWM Embarkation Roll number: 23/45/3. Embarkation details: Unit embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia, on board HMAT A34 Persic on 29 December 1916. Rank from Nominal Roll: Private. Unit from Nominal Roll: 28th Battalion. Fate: Killed in Action 20 September 1917, Commemoration details: The Ypres (Menin Gate) Memorial (Panel 23), Belgium. Panel number, Roll of Honour,Australian War Memorial 113. Other details: War service: Western Front. Medals: British War Medal, Victory Medal.
     William was killed in action on 20 September 1917 in Belgium. Memorial at Menin Gate, Ypres.

William Kenneth MacGlew

(20 April 1927 - 7 September 1977)
     William Kenneth MacGlew was born on 20 April 1927 in Marrickville, New South Wales. He was the son of Francis Roy MacGlew and Maud Moon.
     William Kenneth MacGlew lived at Lake Russell Drive, Avocado Heights?, Moonee.
     William died on 7 September 1977 aged 50. He was cremated in Lismore. He was a Presbyterian.

Edward MacGlynn

     Edward MacGlynn married Frances Handy, daughter of James Handy, on 28 September 1892 in RC chapel of St Paul, Arran Quay, Dublin. Edward McGlynn, 35, bacheldor, merchant of Clara, son of James McGlynn, shop keeper & Frances Handy 25, spinster, Lady, of Ballydrohid, Tullamore, daughter of James Handy, farmer.

Julia Eliza MacGowan

(1827 - 26 October 1903)
     Julia Eliza MacGowan was born in 1827. She was the daughter of John McGowan of Edinburgh, a maternal descendant of the Earls of Cornwallis.
     Julia Eliza MacGowan married Thomas Holden Bowker, son of Miles Bowker and Anna Maria Mitford, on 18 October 1854 in Mowbray, Cape Town, South Africa. They had 7 children, 3 of whom married Bowker cousins.
     Julia died on 26 October 1903 in Tharfield, near Bathurst, South Africa.

Children of Julia Eliza MacGowan and Thomas Holden Bowker

Thomas MacGrady

( - before 1905)
     Thomas MacGrady married Mary Charlotte Roberts, daughter of Rev John J Roberts and Louisa Hooper.
     Thomas died before 1905.

Amy Jane MacGregor

(1887 - )
     Amy Jane MacGregor was born in 1887 in Melbourne, Victoria.
     Amy Jane MacGregor married William Emery in 1887 in Victoria. Amy Jane MacGregor was the daughter of Lachlan Henry Kenrick MacGregor and Isabella Smith.

Betty MacGregor

     Betty MacGregor was born in Banffshire, Scotland.

Child of Betty MacGregor and Paul MacPherson

Duncan Colin MacGregor

(1893 - 1932)
     Duncan Colin MacGregor was born in 1893 in Footscray, Victoria. He was the son of Lachlan Henry Kenrick MacGregor and Isabella Smith.
     Duncan Colin MacGregor married Rebecca Samson in 1923 in Victoria.
     Duncan died in 1932 in East Melbourne, Victoria. He was buried on 1 March 1932 in Keilor.