M*CH*MORE One Name Study


Tree 903. Unlinked Australasian surmids

Collected in this subtree are all known cases of the use of M*ch*more as a middle name in Australia and New Zealand, for which no connection to the M*CH*MORE trees or subtrees has yet been found. The families are listed in the birth order of the heads.

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Tree 903

Family 1872

head  Henry MOCHMORE

b 182x

m 184x

sp      Sarah ??

b 182x

m 184x

son    William Machmore MOCHMORE

b 24May1854

chr 22Oct1854 Willoughby NSW

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Family 0333

head  Carl Friedrich GUNTHER

(b 1845) Berlin, Germany

17Jul1851 left Adelaide SA for Valparaiso aboard Catherine with [parents?] Carl and Louise Australian life events

1858 moved to South Australia

186x apprenticed to Charles DOWNER, chemist of Port Adelaide SA (Carl) Australian life events

m1 14Jul1869 Greenock SA: Carl Friedrich GUNTHER, son of Carl Christian GUNTHER; Ellen LINN, daughter of John LINN; at the residence of John LINN

m1 14Jul1869 Greenock Creek SA: Carl Friedrich GUNTHER ^ Rundle Street, Adelaide, and George Street, Stepney; Ellen LINN, third daughter of Mr John LINN Australian newspaper announcements

1870 chemist ^ Rundle Street Adelaide: witness at inquest (Carl) Australian legal records

m2 28Dec1871 Adelaide: Carl Friedrich GUNTHER, son of Carl Christin GUNTHER; Emily Yardley HOPKINS, daughter of George HOPKINS

m2 28Dec1871 Christchurch, North Adelaide: Carl Friedrich GUNTHER; Emily Yardley HOPKINS, second daughter of Mr George HOPKINS ^ Glanville Australian newspaper announcements

27Apr1872 chemist @ 27 b Berlin ^ Adelaide SA: has resided in South Australia for 14 yr, applies for naturalization Australian legal records

14May1872 chemist: took Oath of Allegiance for naturalisation Australian legal records

m2 28Dec1871 Christchurch, North Adelaide, HOPKINS (Carl Friedrich) Australian newspaper announcements

Jun1873 ^ Adelaide: awarded prize for a volume of etchings by the Art Union of London (C F) Australian life events

1875-1876 chemist & druggist ^ Adelaide: insolvent (Friedrich Carl) Australian legal records

Feb1876 chemist & druggist^ Adelaide: declared dividend Australian businesses

Nov1880 chemist ^ market buildings, Port Adelaide: gave evidence in a fire enquiry (Carl Frederick) Australian legal records

Jun1883 chemist & druggist ^ Port Adelaide: insolvent Australian legal records

12Oct1887 chemist: manager for Mr G PETERSON, Cobden VIC Australian life events

m3 6Apr1888 Register Office, Drummond Street, Carlton VIC, SCOTT (Carl F) Australian newspaper announcements

6Mar1891 chemist ^ Victoria Parade, Collingwood Australian legal records

d 1891 Collingwood VIC @ 46, father Carl Fred GUNTHER (Carl Fredk)

d 15Sep1891 120 Victoria Parade, Collingwood: chemist & druggist; probate granted 8Oct1891 to Richard DICKSON and Percival St John HALL of Melbourne Australian legal records

Mar1892 goodwill and stock in trade of chemist & druggist business formerly carried on by Carl GUNTHER at 120 Victoria Road, Collingwood, for sale Australian businesses

sp1    Ellen LINN

b 184x

m 14Jul1869 Greenock Creek SA

sp2    Emily Yardley HOPKINS

b 184x Australia

m 28Dec1871 Adelaide

m 28Dec1871 Christchurch, North Adelaide Australian newspaper announcements

d 1Jan1884 Phoenix Apotheke, Commercial Road, Port Adelaide @ 31, "in childbirth" Australian newspaper announcements

son    Carl Alfred Mitchelmore GUNTHER

b 15Jul1874 Adelaide

chr 10Jan1875 Christ Church, North Adelaide (Carl Alfred Mitchelimore)

m 28Aug1901 North Adelaide: Carl Alfred Mitchelmore GUNTHER, father Carl Frederick GUNTHER; Alice Mary SWINNEY, father William SWINNEY

m 28Aug1901 Christ Church, North Adelaide: Carl A M GUNTHER, second son of the late Carl F GUNTHER ^ Adelaide; Alice M SWINNEY, second daughter of William SWINNEY ^ Arnecliffe NSW Australian newspaper announcements

21Jan1904 departed Fremantle to Adelaide aboard RMS Orotava (Carl) Australian life events

son Carl Ernest Mitchelmore GUNTHER

b 1904 St Leonards NSW (Carl E M)

b 30Mar1904 4 Broughton Street, North Sydney, son of Mr & Mrs C A M GUNTHER of Arthur Street, Payneham, Adelaide Australian newspaper announcements

b 30Mar1904 Sydney NSW Australian military records

1921 student at Fort Street Boys' High School, Sydney: awarded a bursary upon the results of the intermediate certificate examination (Carl E) Australian life events

1923 student at Fort Street Boys' High School, Sydney: awarded a bursary upon the results of the Leaving Certificate Examination to attend Sydney University (Carl E M) Australian life events

1923 Rover mate, First Comanaray (NSW) Troop: presented with Medal of Merit for good service at Boy Scouts Corroboree in Melbourne (Carl E M) Australian life events

Mar1923 awarded an Exhibition [scholarship] in the Faculty of Medicine, Sydney University

m 193x

1923-1941 military officers record of service [National Archives, Brisbane]

1923-1941 studied at Sydney university for BMed, BSurg, GradDipTropMed & MD Australian life events

Jan1931 working at Royal South Sydney Hospital (Carl Ernest) Australian legal records

m 193x, Edna ??

1939-1948 enlisted in AIF, No. NX76596, next of kin [wife] Edna GUNTHER Australian military records

May1940 stationed at Bulolo, New Guinea Australian life events

1942 former Australian medical officer in New Guinea, now a prisoner of war Australian life events

1944 published Practical malaria control: A handbook for field workers, Philosophical Library, New York Australian life events

12Dec1945 discharged as major AIF, HQ Malaya; had been a prisoner of war Australian military records

listed on WW2 Roll of Honour, Manly NSW Australian military records

1951 appointed major, New Guinea Volunteer Rifles Australian military records

d 1976 NSW

1916 Sydney NSW police investigation revealed the following:

- pharmaceutical and manufacturing chemist, expert on scents ^ 80 Erskine Street, Sydney NSW above print shop; working for Perdrian's rubber merchants ^ 270 George Street, Sydney; tall, spare-built, dark hair turning grey, well dressed and educated, "of particularly good address"; known as Charles MITCHELMORE because his name is too long and he wanted to obscure his German heritage

- father chemist, German born, naturalised, died 1901; mother Australian born, alive

- separated from wife, pays 30s/week maintenance; she lives with 2 children in Neutral Bay

- brother and brother-in-law in the Expeditionary Forces at the front

- has been known at his present address for 25 years Australian legal records

1930 on electoral rolls in Coogee, Darlinghurst West and Camaray NSW Australian population surveys

1933 on electoral roll in East Sydney NSW Australian population surveys

1937 on electoral roll in Annandale NSW Australian population surveys

1943 on electoral roll in Kensington NSW Australian population surveys

d 1949 Annandale NSW, father Carl (Carl Alfred M)

d 11Nov1949 Strathfield NSW @ 75 ^ 153 Anzac Parade, Kensington Australian newspaper announcements

bur 14Nov1949 Rookwood Crematorium, Sydney (Carl Alfred) Australian newspaper announcements

sp3    Elizabeth SCOTT

b 184x

m 6Apr1888 Registry Office, Drummond Street, Carlton Australian newspaper announcements

6Mar1891 ^ Victoria Parade, Collingwood: sued husband for divorce on the grounds of his ill treatment of her and having misconducted himself Australian legal records

16Mar1891 decree nisi granted Australian legal records

Carl's surname was originally GÜNTHER, but it was soon anglicised to GUNTER.

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Family 0193

head  Mary Amy Ines Mitchelmore ??

b 187x

m 190x, James POLLOCK

1905 domestic duties ^ Ravenswood Junction QLD Australian population surveys

1908 on electoral roll at Charters Towers QLD Australian population surveys

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Family 0206

head  John J PEARSE

b 186x

m 188x

^ Tressingfield, Woodville NSW

d Jun1939

sp       Emily ??

(b 1867)

m 188x

d 1935 NSW @ 68

son    Geoffrey Mitchelmore PEARSE

(b 1902) Hinton NSW [near Morpeth, Hunter Valley]

31May1907 @ 3½: brother Alan accidentally cut his leg with a scythe Australian newspaper announcements

m 192x

d 6Oct1952 Wyong NSW Australian newspaper announcements

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Family 2339

head  Alfred James HICKS

b 190x

m 21Apr1932 Methodist Church, Unley SA, "third son of Mrs & the late Mr Arman HICKS ^ Mount Pleasant SA”

1934 ^ Detmold, Ambleside SA

sp      Jean PAINTER

b 190x

m 21Apr1932 Methodist Church, Unley, "only daughter of Mr & Mrs J H PAINTER ^ Unley”

son    James Michelmore HICKS

b 12Mar1934 Private Hospital, Unley

d 10Mar1969 SA



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