John Frogley (1801-1858)

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DEATH CERTIFICATE OF JOHN FROGLEY 6-9-1801 – 13-9-1858
DEATH REGISTERED IN NSW AUSTRALIA

Registration Number  2683
Date of Death   20 SEPTEMBER 1858
Place of Death  LAGOON, CAMPBELL’S R.  BATH.
Name    JOHN FROGLEY
Occupation   FARMER
Sex    MALE
Age    57 YEARS
Cause of Death  DISEASE OF LIVER AND STOMACH
Duration   12 MONTHS
Medical Attendant  RICHARD MACCHIATO
Father    JOHN FROGLEY
Father’s Occupation  FARMER
Mother’s Maiden Name BET BELCHER
Informant   RICHARD FROGLEY, SON
When Buried   27 SEPTEMBER 1858
Where    BATHURST
Undertaker   JAMES SMITH TOLER
Minister   GRAHAM M. FOX
Religion   CHURCH OF ENGLAND
Witnesses   JOHN SADLER, JOHN WALLIS
Where Born   DENCHWORTH, BERKSHIRE, U.K.
Time in Colony/State  9 YEARS
Place Married   CHAWLER, BERKSHIRE, U.K.
Age at Marriage  ABOUT 25 YEARS
Spouse   MARIA LAMBOURN
Children of Marriage ELIZABETH 31, JOHN PRICE 28, ANN 25, RICHARD 23, Marriage CHARLES 20, 3 FEMALES DEAD
COPY ONLY.  Note discrepancy in ages.
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Henrietta Frogley

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HENRIETTA FROGLEY OBITUARY
Molong Express 6-6-1941

The death occurred at Orange Base Hospital on Thursday evening, June 5th of an old and highly respected resident of Manildra, in the person of Miss Henrietta Frogley.

Death was due to a haemorrhage of the brain.  The deceased had complained of feeling unwell on the previous Saturday morning, and relatives promptly contacted Orange Ambulance, which conveyed her to the Orange Base Hospital.  There she lapsed into unconsciousness, and passed away as stated above. Read the rest of this entry »

Ellen Frogley nee Brown

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ELLEN FROGLEY NEE BROWN OBITUARY
Molong Express 10-4-1925

Last issue we briefly recorded the death of a pioneer resident of the Garra district, Mrs Ellen Frogley, relict of the late Mr Richard Frogley, which sad event occurred at the residence of her daughter, Mrs E. Burgess of White Flat, at an early hour last Friday morning.  The deceased lady was 85 years and 5 months [being born the same day and the same year as the late King Edward] and was a native of Hobart, Tasmania. Read the rest of this entry »

Elizabeth Frogley

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ELIZABETH FROGLEY MARRIAGE CERIFICATE

NSW Registration of Births, Deaths, Marriages

MARRIAGES

Number  713 Vol:  79

I, Barzillai Quaife of Sydney and Parramatta Minister of Scots Church, Macquarie Street, Sydney do by certify that Alexander Giffin, bachelor aged 20 years and Elizabeth FROGLEY, spinster, of Cumberland Street, Sydney, aged 23 years, were joined together in wedlock by me on the 10th day of September, 1849 at William Street, Wolloomooloo, in the presence of James Giffin of Princes Street, Sydney, father of the Bridegroom and sarah Ann Fraser of George Street, Sydney.

Witnessess:

  •  James Giffin
  •  Sarah Ann Fraser

Parties:

  • Alexander Giffin
  • Elizabeth Frogley
  • Barzillai Quaife Minister.

I, Trevor William Haines, hereby certify that the above is a true copy of particulars recorded in a Register of Presbyterian Marriages kept by me……………….signed the Principal Register.

Issued at Sydney
On 22nd March 1983
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Charles Frogley

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CHARLES FROGLEY OBITUARY
Molong Express 24-8-1917

We regret to have to report the passing of an old and highly respected resident of the district, in the person of Mr Charles Frogley, which occurred at the residence of his nephew Mr Richard Frogley, on Tuesday August 14.  The immediate cause of death was senile decay.

The deceased, who was 72 years of age, was a native of England; he arrived in Australia at an early age and has resided in this district for 45 years.

The late Mr Frogley is survived by a brother and sister viz. Mr Richard Frogley [Orange] and Mrs Alexander Giffin [Manildra].
For further information see Manildra Memories folder at Manildra Library