George Ruby

(25 September 1844 - 2 June 1922)
     George Ruby was born on 25 September 1844 in Abbotskerswell, Devon. He was the son of George Ruby and Ann Sergeant. George Ruby was christened on 27 October 1844 in Abbotskerswell. Henry, Harriett, Elizabeth, George, Dinah and William were listed as the children of George Ruby in the 1851 census in 'Bickley Farm', Ipplepen, Devon. George and Dinah were listed as the children of George Ruby in the 1861 census in Ipplepen, Devon.
     George Ruby was on the passenger list of the "Hero", arriving at Victoria, in August 1864. This George was aged 27 and travelled from New Zealand, so unlikely to be the right George.
     George Ruby arrived per "True Briton" in October 1865 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. He was described as a baker, aged 21. The ship was licenced to carry only 40 statute adults and took 140 days.
George Ruby was listed in a directory dated between 1868 and 1870 as a baker at Talbot, Victoria.
George Ruby married Sarah Evans, daughter of John Evans and Sarah Baker, on 26 October 1868 in Main Rd, Ballarat East, Victoria. By Baptist rites, at the residence of the groom,George was described as a hosier & haberdasher. Sarah was of 24 Swanston St Melbourne (the business of Wm Anderson hosier). The wedding was witnessed by Jane Anderson. George Ruby was listed in the rate book between 1873 and 1883 for property in Main St, Ballarat East, Victoria. The property was owned by William Anderson until 1876/7.
George Ruby was listed in a directory dated between 1873 and 1885 as a draper at Ballarat East, Victoria. According to Elsie May Ruby's reminiscences in 1976, his drapery store in Ballarat was near the site of Coles store.
     George Ruby travelled to Sydney on 6 June 1881 per the "Leura". He was listed in the rate book between 1885 and 1886 for property in Bridge St, Ballarat East, Victoria. George Ruby, draper, owner: Boxhorn; shop & swelling (next to butcher). £103 net annual value.
In 1888 the Yarram newspaper reported that "Mr Ruby of Ballarat has purchased Mrs Day's drapery shop".
George Ruby was listed in a directory dated between 1888 and 1889 as a draper at Bridge St and Humffray St, Ballarat East.
George Ruby was listed in a directory dated from 1895/6 to 1900 as George Ruby & Co., storekeepers at Yarram. He was a trustee of the Methodist circuit in Yarram between 1897 and 1899. He was described as a steward.
George Ruby was listed in a directory dated between 1891 and 1892 as George Ruby, storekeeper at Yarram.
     George was registered at Binginwarri on the 1903 electoral roll.
     George and Sarah were registered as Geo & Sarah Ruby, agent & h.d. Yarram at Yarram, Victoria, on the 1908 electoral roll. He was not listed in the 1912 electoral roll.
George Ruby was declared bankrupt in 1910. George Ruby of Yarram was an assignee in made an insolvency application by Alexander Kennedy of Gelliondale, carter..
     George Ruby travelled to England in 1912 per the "Grosser Kurfürst". A Mr G Ruby, 48, painter travelled from Melbourne to Southampton arriving 5 May 1912.
     George Ruby travelled to Canada in 1912 per the "Laurentic". He arrived on 10 August at Quebec from Liverpool.
     George Ruby and Henry Sarjent Ruby attended a reunion in 1913 in Canada. There was a family reunion in Haliburton, in 1913 and George Ruby from Australia attended, then went on to England. Photographs of the family reunion and of the family before emigration are held. There is a tape of a 1983 conversation between Sargeant & Walling Ruby listing Canadian family and background.
At a meeting of the Yarram school committee, Mr. Thomas Whitney was elected chairman, in place of the Rev. W. R. Cunningham, who has resigned, and Mr. George Ruby was appointed correspondent, to fill the place held by Mr. B. J. Willis, who is leaving the district for Stanley, Tasmania..
From Janauary 1914 Ruby & Robinson advertised in the Oakleigh & Caulfield times, George Ruby, sworn valuer. Estate, insurance & financial agets, House, land and farm salesmen, at Kangaroo & Latrobe Streeets..
     George was mentioned in an advertisement in The Gippsland standard: Ruby & Juniper, land, finance insurance and general commission agents, Yarram. We are sole agents for Cumming, Smith & Co's manures ... on 15 March 1916.
George Ruby was listed in a directory dated 1918 as George Ruby at Kangaroo Road, Oakleigh.
George Ruby was listed in a directory dated 1919 as George Ruby at Albert Avenue, Oakleigh.
George Ruby was listed in a directory dated between 1920 and 1921 as George Ruby at 124 Murray Street East, Caulfield, Victoria.
After the family had grown up, he moved to Oakleigh and then Elsternwick. He suffered a stroke which kept him bed-ridden for 5-6 years.
     George died of paraplegia, asthenia & heart failure on 2 June 1922 in 124 Murray Street, Caulfield, Victoria, aged 77. He was buried on 3 June 1922 in Brighton.

Children of George Ruby and Sarah Evans

George Ruby

(18 April 1813 - 25 May 1874)
     George Ruby was christened on 18 April 1813 in Abbotskerswell, Devon. He was the son of John Ruby and Elizabeth Carpenter.
George Ruby married Ann Sergeant, daughter of William Sergeant and Mary Jeffery, on 30 June 1837 in Abbotskerswell, Devon. The banns for Geo Ruby, of this parish & Ann Sergeant of the parish of West Teignmouth were called June 4, 11, 18. The wedding was witnessed by John Towell & Mary Ann Smith.. George was described as a labourer between 1840 and 1844, in Abbotskerswell.
     George Ruby and Ann Sergeant were recorded on the 1841 census in Abbotskerswell. George Ruby, 25, ag. lab., Ann 36, Henry 3, Harriett 5 months.
     George resided at Abbotskerswell, September 1848. The Western times 9 Sep 1848 advertised 5 cottages or tenements ... about half an acre of land ... This property is held for a term of 3000 years, which commenced on or about the 28th day of March 1809. It is situated in the village of Abbotskerswell, and now in the occupation of Mr George Ruby and others....
     George resided at Abbotskerswell. They lived at Church House, Abbotskersell at the time of Dinah's birth in 1849 where George was a baker. They later lived at Monk's Thatch and Ruby farm.
George Ruby was listed in a directory dated 1850 as George Ruby, Baker at Abbotskerswell.
     George Ruby and Ann Sergeant were recorded on the 1851 census in 'Bickley Farm', Ipplepen, Devon. George was aged 38, a farmer and baker employing 2 labourers, on 20 acres, with his wife Ann and their children Henry 13, Harriet 10, Elizabeth 8, George 6, William 4 and Dinah 1. Also listed in the household was the bakers servant Joseph Hawkens, widower aged 54 born St Tudy, Cornwall, and Henry L Bird, aged 14, servant born Bridgerule, Cornwall.
     George Ruby and Ann Sergeant were recorded on the 1861 census in Ipplepen, Devon. George Ruby aged 47, born at Denbury, was a farmer of 58 acres, employing 2 labourers and a boy. His wife Ann aged 49 and their children George, aged 16 & Dinah aged 11 were living at home.
     George Ruby and Dinah Ruby were recorded on the 1871 census in 'Ruby House', Abbotskerswell, Devon. George Ruby, widower, aged 57 and his daughter Dinah, unmarried aged 21, both born at Abbotskerswell. Bickley Farm at Ipplepen was inhabited by William & Ann Sampson.
George Ruby married secondly Jane Syms in June 1871 in Abbotskerswell, Devon.
George Ruby was listed in a directory dated 1873 as George Ruby, farmer at Abbotskerswell.
     George Ruby made a will dated 7 January 1874 in Abbotskerswell. Last will & testament of George Ruby of Abbotskerswell, farmer. I appoint my friend Elias Ford of A/K executor. I give to each of my children Henry Sergeant Ruby, Harriet Walling, George Ruby & Dinah Hannaford the sum of sixty pounds the legacies of my said daughters to be for their own sole and separate use and their receipts alone to be sufficient discharges. All the rest, residue and remainder of my property after payment of my debts and my funeral and testamentary expenses I give and bequeath to my dear wife Jane and hereby revoking all former wills by me ... 7th Jan 1874.
     George died on 25 May 1874 in Abbotskerswell, Devon, aged 61. He was buried on 29 May 1874 in Abbotskerswell.
     His will was proved on 15 June 1874 at Exeter, Devon. George Ruby, late of Abbotskerswell, yeoman. Proved by Elias Ford, gentleman of Exeter, the sole executor.
The Exeter and Plymouth Gazette - Friday 06 October 1871 advertised the sale by auctionon Friday August 28 of the h ousehold furniture, useful h orse, market trap, harness, implements, 30 hogshead of prime cider, pipes, hogsheads, 20 fowls, and sheep fog, the property of the late Mr George Ruby, the whole o which will be sold without reserve.
The Totnes Weekly Times - Saturday 20 April 1889 advertised: ABBOTSKERSWELL, DEVON, To be let by private contract from Michaelmas next, all that desirable holding called “RUBY’S FARM,” Containing 27 Acres productive pasture, Orchard, and Arable Land, with suitable House and Buildings, conveniently situated, being in and around the Village of Abbotskerswell, two miles from Newton Abbot, and three from Torquay, which are good Market Towns. For Viewing, and further Particulars, apply by letter in first instance, to Messrs. Michelmore & son, Land Agents, Gate House, Totnes. Dated, April 18th, 1889.
In Jun 1901 it was still called Ruby Farm when 40 hogshead of prime cider were sold from there.
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Children of George Ruby and Ann Sergeant

George Ruby

(5 April 1790 - June 1868)
     George Ruby was born on 5 April 1790 in Widecombe, Devon. He was the son of William Ruby and Mary Rendle. George Ruby was christened on 3 May 1790 in Widecombe.
George Ruby married Jane Cruse on 19 April 1813 in Holne, Devon. Their marriage was by banns with consent of parents; in the presence of Nicholas Cruse & Thomas Tolchard. George signed, Jane made her mark. They were both of the parish.      
George Ruby claimed settlement in 1818 from Holne, Devon. George Ruby, born in Widecombe in the Moor, when he was 6 was bound apprentice to William Hamlyn White there. At 21 he went to live with Elias Stranger of Holne and then worked as a day labourer and then married and worked sometimes in Widecombe and sometimes in Holne where he rented a house. George was an agricultural labourer and later a farmer in Widecombe, Devon, in 1828. In 1828 he was a labourer of Lower Town, Widecombe. He was widowed on 26 August 1834 on the death of his wife Jane Cruse.
George Ruby married secondly Mary Unknown (Smith) on 26 September 1836 in Widecombe, Devon. George Ruby, wid. & Mary Smith, sojourner, wid. Neither signed. (Wit: Richd Wakeham, Marianne X Cribbert) at Widecombe.
     George Ruby and Mary Unknown (Smith) were recorded on the 1841 census in Ashburton. George Ruby, 50, farmer & Mary Ruby 50, both born in the county. George Ruby was widowed in September 1843 on the death of his wife Mary Unknown (Smith).
The marriage of George Ruby and Sarah Rendle (Edwards?) was registered in Newton Abbot RD, Devon, in the June 1848 quarter.
     George Ruby and Sarah Rendle (Edwards?) were recorded on the 1851 census in Abbotskerswell, Devon. George was a married agricultural labourer, aged 60, birthplace not known, living with his wife Sarah, aged 40 born Dean Prior and their son Samuel Rendall Ruby aged 1, born at Abbotskerswell & young visitors William & Mary Rendell, aged 9 & 5 ,born at Kingsteignton with Jane Andershay Chudleigh, aged 4 born Abbotskerswell.
     George Ruby and Sarah Rendle (Edwards?) were recorded on the 1861 census in East St, Newton Abbot, Wolborough, Devon. George Ruby, head, 71, labourer, born Widecombe; his wife Sarah Ruby, 50, born Kingsbridge, son Samuel Ruby, 11, t/sailor, born Abbotskerswell.
     George's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1868 in Newton Abbot RD Devon.

Children of George Ruby and Jane Cruse

Child of George Ruby and Sarah Rendle (Edwards?)

George Ruby

(30 October 1841 - 11 August 1930)
     George Ruby was born on 30 October 1841 in Abbotskerswell, Devon. He was the son of William Ruby and Ann Garrett.
George Ruby married Matilda Chafe on 19 December 1866 in St John's, Newfoundland. George Ruby was a Freemason on 1 November 1895 in St John's, Newfoundland. being initiated as a mason of the Lodge of St John as George Ruby, farmer, aged 54.
     George died on 11 August 1930 in Newfoundland, Canada, aged 88. He is possibly the George Ruby who died 11 August 1930 aged 88. In the same area are Janet Ruby died 14 Aug 1964 aged 82 and Pearl died 10 Aug 1965, aged 48, at St Matthew's Anglican cemetery St John's West District..

Children of George Ruby and Matilda Chafe

George Ruby

(3 August 1828 - before 1 January 1829)
     George Ruby was christened on 3 August 1828 in Widecombe, Devon. George, son of Goerge & Jane Ruby, labourer, of Lower Town. He was the son of George Ruby and Jane Cruse.
     George died before 1 January 1829 in Lower Town, Widecombe. He was buried on 1 January 1829 in Widecombe, Devon. George Ruby, aged 5 months, of Lower Town.

George Ruby

(circa 1851 - September 1909)
     George Ruby was born circa 1851 in Widecombe, Devon. He was the son of Henry Ruby and Susanna May. William, John, Susan, George and Mary were listed as the children of Henry Ruby in the 1851 census in Widecombe.
     George Ruby was recorded on the 1861 census in Holne, Devon. George Ruby aged 11, born Widecombe, was an ag lab servant in the household of Thomas Pearce.
     George Ruby were recorded on the 1881 census. George Ruby, single, 29, private, RM, born Widecombe, serving on the ship "Dragon."
     George Ruby was recorded on the 1901 census in Plymouth, Devon. George Ruby, aged 51, born Widecombe, pensioner, mariner? Navy men with his wife Elizabeth, born Plymouth.
     George's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1909 in East Stonehouse RD, Devon.

George Ruby

(8 August 1886 - 1923)
     George Ruby was also known as George Frederick in records. He was born on 8 August 1886 in Davington, South Australia. His memorial inscription gives 1891 as date of birth. He was the son of Richard Henry Ruby and Mary Ann Monk.
George Ruby married Ethel Olive Myrtle Cullen in 1910 in Broken Hill, New South Wales.
     George died in 1923 in Wentworth, New South Wales. He was buried in Wentworth.

Children of George Ruby and Ethel Olive Myrtle Cullen

George Ruby

(1886 - 28 August 1925)
     George Ruby was born in 1886 in Craigie?, Majorca, Victoria. He was the son of William Henry John Ruby and Ruth Maria Trafford.
     George was registered as George Ruby, miner at McKean Street, Maryborough, on the 1908 electoral roll.
George Ruby married Eva Muriel Gillies in 1908 in Victoria.
     George died on 28 August 1925 in Maryborough, Victoria. CRUSHED TO DEATH. TWO RAILWAY WORKMEN. MELBOURNE, August 30. While assisting to replace a car on the rails at the Maryborough railway yards on Friday night two railways employees, William Oliver and George Ruby, were crushed to death between the car, which fell backwards while being raised, and an engine tender. Both the unfortunate men were rcsideuts of the town and mar- ried. One of them leaves five cLildren. A coroner's inquest was held regarding his death on 3 September 1925. He was buried in Maryborough.

Children of George Ruby and Eva Muriel Gillies

George Ruby

(circa 1910 - )
     George Ruby was born circa 1910.
     George Ruby travelled to Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, in 1910 per the "A George Ruby an infant departed Avonmouth (Bristol) 6 Dec 1910 with his mother Amy 25 and sister Amy 3 BUT the name could be Raby".

George Ruby

(circa 1911 - May 1938)
     George Ruby was born circa 1911 in Yarram, Victoria.
     George died in May 1938 in Orbost, Victoria. Sudden Death. Mr George Ruby, 27 years, a representative of the Temperance and General Assurance Society, booked a room at the Commonwealth Hotel, Orbost, on Wednesday, last week, with the intention of staying a week on business. He went to bed on Fri
day night and was found at 9.30 next
morning dead in his bed with a book
beside him. Mr Ruby was formerly a
resident of Yarram, and resided at
Maffra for some time
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George Arthur Ruby

(3 February 1873 - )
     George Arthur Ruby was born on 3 February 1873 in St John's, Newfoundland. He was the son of George Ruby and Matilda Chafe. His telephone number was He may be the George Ruby, aged 17 who departed from New York to Liverpool, via Queenstown, an Irish labourer on the Majestic, but the nationality doesn't suit in February 1891.

George Edwin Ruby

(1932 - )
     George Edwin Ruby was born in 1932 in St John's, Newfoundland. He was the son of George Garrett Ruby and Ethel Pafford.

George Evans Ruby

(6 May 1873 - 13 April 1946)
Geroge Evans Ruby
     George Evans Ruby was born on 6 May 1873 in Main Rd, Ballarat East, Victoria. He was the son of George Ruby and Sarah Evans.
George Evans Ruby married Emily Alice Bland, daughter of Abraham Bland and Harriet Bullett, on 18 March 1896 in 'Aylesbury', Yarram, Victoria. RUBY-BLAND - On tho 18th ult, at the residence of the bride's parents, Aylesbury, Yarram, by the Rev P N Knight, BA, George Evans Ruby, eldest son of G Ruby, Esq , of Yarram, to Emily Alice, youngest daughter of A Bland, Esq.
George Evans Ruby was listed in a directory dated between 1897 and 1900 as George C Ruby, storekeeper at Jumbunna, Victoria.
     George was registered as George Evans Ruby, storekeeper at Yarram on the 1903 electoral roll.
     George was registered as a farmer at Balloong, Victoria, on the 1908 electoral roll.
     George was registered as an agent at Yarram on the 1912 electoral roll.
George Evans Ruby was listed in a directory dated between 1913 and 1920 as a dairy farmer at Balloong, Victoria.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the PARTNERSHIP heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, George Evans Ruby and Percy James Juniper, in the business of land, stock, estate, and general commission agents, at Yarram Yarram, in the State of Victoria, under the style or firm of "Ruby and Juniper,'' has been DISSOLVED by mutual consent as from the 31st day of May, 1918, and the business will hence forth be carried on by the said Percy James Juniper alone (under the said style or firm name of "Ruby and Juniper"), who will pay and dis cbarge all debts and liabilities now owing by and receive all moneys pay able to the said late firm.
Dated this 31st day of May, 1918.
GEO. E. RUBY. P. J. JUNIPER.
Witness to Both Signatures William Geo. Pope, Managing Clerk to Backhouse, Skinner, and Hamilton, barristers and solicitors, Yarram Yarram.
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George Evans Ruby and Emily Alice Bland witnessed Henry Refshauge MacKenzie and Mavis Bland Ruby's wedding on 24 March 1919 in the Methodist Church manse, Royal Parade, Royal Park, Victoria.
George Evans Ruby was listed in a directory dated 1925 as Ruby & Juniper, land agents at Yarram, Victoria.
     George and Keith were registered at Yarram on the 1931 electoral roll.
     George was registered as a farmer at Woodside, Victoria, on the 1934 electoral roll.
     George was registered as as a farmer with land at Balloong worth £116, living at Woodside on the between 1935 and 1936 electoral roll.
     George was registered on the 1937 electoral roll.
He was a great reader & philosopher. He had hoped to become a JP but was disqualified because he was fined 10/- for failing to poison the rabbits on his selection.
     George died of cancer of the stomach on 13 April 1946 in St Omer Hospital, Camberwell, Victoria, aged 72. He was buried on 14 April 1946 in Yarram.
     His will was proved at Victoria. George E Ruby of Balloong.

Children of George Evans Ruby and Emily Alice Bland

George Garrett Ruby

(1900 - )
     George Garrett Ruby married Ethel Pafford. George Garrett Ruby was born in 1900 in St John's, Newfoundland. He was the son of Silas Garrett Ruby and Mary Hannah Bartlett Whitten.

Child of George Garrett Ruby and Ethel Pafford

Gertrude Mary Ruby

(1919 - 5 April 1990)
     Gertrude Mary Ruby was born in 1919 in Plantagenet RD, Western Australia. She was the daughter of William Ruby and Elsie Gertrude Hannan.
Gertrude Mary Ruby married William Trewern in 1942.
     Gertrude died on 5 April 1990 in Bull Creek, Western Australia.

Gilian Ruby

(14 May 1656 - )
     Gilian Ruby was born on 14 May 1656 in Modbury, Devon. She was the daughter of Steven Ruby and Eleanor Wakeham.

Gladys Beatrice Ruby

(1897 - 1907)
     Gladys Beatrice Ruby was born in 1897 in Majorca, Victoria. She was the daughter of William John Ruby and Catherine Brass. Gladys Beatrice Ruby was admitted to Maryborough, Victoria, on 6 May 1907. Gladys Ruby of Maryborough aged 9 years and 6 months, born Victoria, at school, religion - Presbyterian.
     Gladys died in 1907 in Maryborough, Victoria.

Gladys Victoria Ruby

(31 October 1887 - )
     Gladys Victoria Ruby was born on 31 October 1887 in St John's, Newfoundland. She was the daughter of Samuel Ruby and Jane Pearce.

Grace Ruby

(1913 - )
     Grace Ruby was born in 1913 in St John's, Newfoundland. She was the daughter of Jacob Allen Chafe Ruby and Janet May Pearce.

Grace Ruby

(30 June 1702 - )
     Grace Ruby was also known as Raby in records. She was christened on 30 June 1702 in St Mary Major, Exeter, Devon. She was the daughter of Thomas Ruby and Ann More.
Grace Ruby married John Shaw on 3 October 1726 in St David, Exeter, Devon.

Grace Ruby

(before 6 August 1728 - )
     Grace Ruby was also known as Raby in records. She was born before 6 August 1728 in Ashburton, Devon. She was the daughter of Philip Ruby.

Graeme Leonard Ruby

(February 1945 - before 15 December 1945)
     Graeme Leonard Ruby was born in February 1945 in Victoria. He was the son of Leonard George Ruby and Jean Mapley Wright.
     Graeme died by accidental hanging before 15 December 1945 in Woodside, Victoria. He was buried on 15 December 1945 in Yarram. A coroner's inquest was held regarding his death on 13 February 1946.

Guy Ruby

(circa 1888 - )
     Guy Ruby was born circa 1888 in Waimate, New Zealand. He was the son of John Crowle Ruby and Jane Couch.

Gwendoline M Ruby

(September 1920 - )
     Gwendoline M Ruby's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1920 in Okehampton RD, Devon. She was the daughter of Samuel Ruby and Unknown Cann.

Hannah Ruby

(1 May 1825 - )
     Hannah Ruby was born on 1 May 1825 in Millbrook, Maker, Cornwall. She was the daughter of William Henry Ruby and Ann Jeffery. Hannah Ruby was christened on 26 September 1827 in the Morrice St Wesleyan chapel, Devonport, Devon.
     Hannah Ruby appeared on the 1841 census in the household of William Henry Ruby and Ann Jeffery in Battery St, Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon. Ann, Hannah and Reuben were listed as the children of Ann Ruby in the 1851 census in 7 Brownlow Street, Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon.
Hannah Ruby married Jonathan Foster on 3 January 1857 in St George, Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon.
     Hannah Ruby and Ann Ruby were recorded on the 1881 census in 16 Cherry Garden Street, Stoke Damerel, Devonport, Plymouth, Devon. Hannah Foster, widow, aged 55, born Millbrook, Cornwall, machinist, with her daughter Mary A Foster, aged 16, born Bristol, machinist, sister Ann Ruby, aged 64, unmarried, born Millbrook, dressmaker, and John Bendoy, a blacksmith lodger and Elizabeth Fry, upholstress.

Child of Hannah Ruby

Hannah Ruby

(11 July 1852 - )
     Hannah Ruby was also known as Hanna in records. She's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1852 in Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon. She was the daughter of Simeon Ruby and Maria Ham. Hannah Ruby was christened on 11 July 1852 in Charles Church, Plymouth, Devon. Reuben, John and Hannah were listed as the children of Simeon Ruby in the 1861 census in Adelaide St, Plymouth, East Stonehouse, Devon.

Harold Ruby

(before 1900 - )
     Harold Ruby was born before 1900.
     Harold resided at 128 Beaconsfield Parade, South Melbourne, Victoria, 1926.

Harold Ruby

(circa 1886 - )
     Harold Ruby was born circa 1886 in Waimate, New Zealand. He was the son of John Crowle Ruby and Jane Couch.

Harold Frederick Ruby

(18 July 1910 - 6 September 1971)
     Harold Frederick Ruby was born on 18 July 1910 in Broken Hill, New South Wales. He was the son of George Ruby and Ethel Olive Myrtle Cullen.
Harold Frederick Ruby married Ruby Florence Lush in Victoria.
     Harold served in the Army (VX47962) between 1940 and 1942. He enlisted 24 Jul 1940 at Caulfield, from Curlwaa, his next of given was given as Ethel Ruby. He was discharged 25 Jun 1942 as a private int eh Sig Training Department.
     Harold and Ruby were registered as He was a labourer at Curlwaa, New South Wales, on the 1954 electoral roll.
     Harold died on 6 September 1971 in Wentworth, New South Wales, aged 61. He was buried in Wentworth. He was aged aged 61 and interred in the Presbyterian section.

Harold Willson Ruby

(5 October 1909 - May 2003)
     Harold Willson Ruby married Anne Millar. Harold Willson Ruby was born on 5 October 1909 in Gisborne, New Zealand. He was the son of Charles Christopher Ruby and Mary Ethel Bright.
     Harold died in May 2003 in New Zealand aged 93.