M*CH*MORE One Name Study

AUSTRALIAN LIFE ACTIVITIES

This page is dedicated to recording events in Australian M*CH*MORE lives that are not recorded elsewhere on this site. The events are categorised as follows:

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Education and training
Name Dates State Information Source
? MICHELMORE 20 Dec 1866 SA fourth year student at Norwood Grammar School: second in order of merit The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
24 Dec 1866
? MICHELLMORE, Master 20 Dec 1906 SA student at Howard's Commercial College, Adelaide: received certificates for spelling, intermediate bookkeeping and business correspondence The Register (Adelaide) 21 Dec 1906
? MITCHELMORE 13 Oct 1915 NSW performed well in senior events at Barker College Sports Day Sydney Morning Herald 16 Oct 1915
? MICHELMORE 9 Sep 1916 NSW ran in hurdles race at King's School Sports Day The Cumberland Argus & Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta)
13 Sep 1916
? MICHELMORE Nov 1918 NSW played cricket for The King's School Arrow (Sydney)
15 Nov 1918
? MICHELMORE Sep 1924 SA primary school teacher: attended agricultural course arranged by the Education Department The Register (Adelaide) 26 Sep 1924
? MICHELMORE Jun 1948 SA student at Adelaide University: played football for university [several such reports] The Mail (Adelaide)
19 Jun 1948
? MICHELMORE 20 Oct 1951 NSW played cricket for Sydney Grammar High School Sunday Herald (Sydney) 21 Oct 1951
? MICHELMORE 15 Mar 1952 QLD played cricket for Queensland Agricultural College, Gatton, against Hatton Vale [also 1953] Queensland Times (Ipswich) 18 Mar 1952
A MITCHELMORE, Miss 20 Dec 1888 NSW student at Mrs Lowe’s school: performed song at speech day Cootamundra Herald
22 Dec 1888
A MICHELMORE 12 Feb 1927 QLD boy student at Glasshouse Mountains State School: won junior 220 yd race at school sports The Brisbane Courier
23 Feb 1927
A M MICHELMORE 5 Sep 1930 SA former student of Strathalbyn Primary School under head teacher Mr R KENT, now Mrs S L MINCHAM: returned to school for jubilee celebrations Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 11 Sep 1930
A MITCHELMORE 26 Aug 1937 NSW won 100 yd race for under 12s at St Patrick's College (Strathfield) sports The Catholic Press
2 Sep 1937
A MICHELMORE 14 Apr 1938 SA Second Year student at Strathalbyn High School: awarded certificate Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 21 Apr 1938
A J MITCHELMORE Nov 1940 NSW student at St Patrick's School, Strathfield: passed Intermediate Certificate Examination in 9 subjects Sydney Morning Herald 25 Jan 1940
A MICHELMORE Dec 1942 NSW fourth class student at Abermain Public School: gained distinction in NSW Health and Temperance Examinations The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder 24 Dec 1942
A F MICHELMORE Nov 1944 NSW passed examination for Certificate of Competency as Deputy under the Coal Mines Regulation Act The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder 5 Jan 1945
A MICHELMORE Nov 1947 NSW student at Cessnock High School: gained Intermediate Examination Certificate The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder 30 Jan 1948
A J MITCHELMORE Dec 1950 NSW LLB student: passed examination in Metaphysics at Sydney University Sydney Morning Herald 29 Jan 1951
A MICHELMORE Dec 1950 NSW student at Cessnock & Kurrir Kurri Technical College: passed Stage II dressmaking examination [also Dec 1953 for whitework] The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder 30 Jan 19451
A G MICHELMORE 18 Mar 1976 VIC Melbourne University & New College: stroke in the Oxford boat to race Cambridge in the annual Boat Race Financial Times
19 Mar 1977
Alfred MICHELMORE 29 Mar 1930 SA Grade 4 student at Kuitpo School: won prize at Southern Juvenile Athletic and Schools' Association exhibition at Meadows showground Chronicle (Adelaide)
3 Apr 1930
Alice MOUCHEMORE Oct 1893 VIC passed annual inspection at Queenscliff State School (in 3rd Class) Queenscliff Sentinel
7 Oct 1893
Andrew MICHELMORE Aug 1975 VIC student at Melbourne University: member of Australian coxless four, defending champions, that came third in world rowing championships in England The Canberra Times
25 Aug 1975
Andrew MICHELMORE Dec 1975 VIC aged 23: has completed five year study of chemical engineering at Ormond College: Australian rowing champion, Victorian Rhodes Scholar for 1975, to leave for Oxford in Oct 1976 The Canberra Times
3 Dec 1975
Annie Gordon MICHELMORE née WATT 5 Sep 1930 SA former student of Strathalbyn Primary School under head teachers Mr R KENT and Mr F LEAK: returned to school for jubilee celebrations Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 11 Sep 1930
Annette MICHELMORE 16 Jul 1953 NSW student at Cessnock Technical College: awarded with dressmaking certificate The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder 17 Jul 1953
Annie MICHELMORE Mar 1935 SA Grade 1 student at Strathalbyn Primary School: on honour roll Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 7 Mar 1935
Arthur MUCHMORE Dec 1917 VIC passed for qualifying certificate at Graham Street State School Port Melbourne Standard 9 Feb 1918
B MOUCHEMORE Oct 1893 VIC passed annual inspection at Queenscliff State School (in 3rd Class) Queenscliff Sentinel
7 Oct 1893
B MICHELMORE, Miss 23 Nov 1901 QLD student at Deep Lead Provisional School: performed in annual concert The North Queensland Register (Townsville)
9 Dec 1901
B MOUCHEMORE 6 Dec 1906 WA in Class IV at Albany Grammar School: won prizes for running at school sports day [also reports of academic prizes around this time] Albany Advertiser
12 Dec 1906
B [M] MITCHELMORE 23 Jun 1923 NSW student at Wagga Wagga High School: played tennis and football against Hay High School The Riverine Grazier (Hay) 22 Jun 1923
B J MICHELMORE Dec 1945 SA student at Prince Alfred College: passed University of Adelaide Leaving Examination in English Literature, Mathematics Part I, Physics & Chemistry [repeated Physics and Chemistry in Dec 1946] The Advertiser (Adelaide)
11 Jan & 9 Mar 1946
B MICHELMORE 30 Apr 1947 SA tied for first handicap broad jump event in University of Adelaide annual sports [also 1948 and football 1947] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 1 May 1947
B J MICHELMORE Dec 1948 SA student at University of Adelaide: passed first year examination for degree of Bachelor of Dental Surgery The Advertiser (Adelaide) 10 Dec 1948
Bert MICHELMORE 18 Dec 1930 SA Grade 7 student at Strathalbyn Primary School: gained QC and woodwork certificates Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 25 Dec 1930
Bessie MICHELMORE 23 Nov 1901 QLD student at Deep Lead Provisional School: performed in annual concert The North Queensland Register (Townsville)
9 Dec 1901
Betty MOUCHEMORE Dec 1942 VIC pupil at North Williamstown School: awarded Mrs Grey Scholarship for son or daughter of returned serviceman Williamstown Chronicle 18 Dec 1942
Bradley Andrew MICHELMORE 16 Dec 2010 NSW student at Goulburn High School: awarded credit (90+) for General Mathematics (2 units) in the Higher School Certificate Sydney Morning Herald 16 Dec 2010
C MITCHELMORE Sep 1939 NSW student, St Patrick's College: won Under-8 Cup at school sports day Sydney Morning Herald 23 Sep 1939
C MITCHELMORE Sep 1942 NSW student, St Patrick's College: broke Under-11 records for high jump, long jump and 120 yd Sydney Morning Herald 30 Sep 1942
C MICHELMORE, Miss Feb 1950 SA sister tutor, Adelaide Children’s Hospital: to study postgraduate course at the new College of Nursing, Melbourne The Mail (Adelaide)
4 Feb 1950
Carl E GUNTHER Apr 1921 NSW student at Fort Street Boys' High School: awarded a bursary of £18 per annum on the results of the intermediate certificate examination Sydney Morning Herald 20Apr1921
Carl E M GUNTHER Feb 1923 NSW student at Fort Street Boys' High School: awarded a bursary of £25 per annum on the results of the Leaving Certificate Examination to attend Sydney University Sydney Morning Herald 24 Feb 1923
Carl Ernest Mitchelmore GUNTHER 1930 NSW graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Medicinte University of Sydney Medical School alumni
Carl Ernest Mitchelmore GUNTHER 1933 NSW graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Surgery University of Sydney Medical School alumni
Carl Ernest Mitchelmore GUNTHER 1934 NSW graduated from the University of Sydney with a Graduate Diploma in Tropical Medicine University of Sydney Medical School alumni
Carl Ernest Mitchelmore GUNTHER 1941 NSW graduated from the University of Sydney with a Doctor of Medicinte University of Sydney Medical School alumni
Carl Ernest Mitchelmore GUNTHER Mar 1923 NSW awarded an Exhibition in the Faculty of Medicine, Sydney University Sydney Morning Herald 3 Mar 1923
C MITCHELMORE, Miss 5 Jul 1929 SA former scholar, Girton House The Register News -Pictorial (Adelaide)
6 Jul 1931
Catherine MICHELMORE Dec 1922 SA passed Trinity College of Junior Division music examination The Advertiser (Adelaide) 1 Feb 1923
Catherine Ada Emily MICHELMORE Dec 1927 SA student at Girton Preparatory School: passed University of Adelaide School Leaving Examination in Ancient History, English Literature, French, Modern History, Physiology The Advertiser (Adelaide) 7 Jan 1927
Catherine Ada Emily MICHELMORE Nov 1941 SA student at Children's hospital: passed final nurses examination with Credit News (Adelaide)
18 Jan 1949
Catherine MICHELMORE, Sister Dec 1950 SA of Adelaide: topped class in the postgraduate course for the Tutor Sister's Diploma with two honors and three credits The Mail (Adelaide)
9 Dec 1950
Clara MICHELMORE 25 Aug 1905 SA student in Class IV at Strathalbyn Public School: granted certificate at annual inspection Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 24 Aug 1905
Clara McMILLAN née MICHELMORE 5 Sep 1930 SA former student of Strathalbyn Primary School under head teacher Mr F LEAK: returned to school for jubilee celebrations Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 11 Sep 1930
D MITCHELMORE, Miss 14 Jun 1900 NSW pupil of Balmain Bethany High School: sang in cantata The White Garland in an entertainment in the school hall, Adolphus Street Sydney Morning Herald 18 Jun 1900
D MICHELMORE Feb 1936 SA Top Leaving student, Strathalbyn High School Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 27 Feb 1936
D P MICHELMORE Dec 1941 SA student at School of Mines and Industries: obtained credits in Building Construction, Geometric Projection of Shadows & Architectural History The Advertiser (Adelaide)
3, 6 & 9 Dec 1941
D M MICHELMORE 1968 VIC 1968 rowed in Melbourne Grammar School 1st VIII, achieved Head of the River [Yarra] The Age 8 Jun 2012
D P MICHELMORE Dec 1947 SA engineering  student at Adelaide University: passed Design of Structures I in Department of Engineering and Architectural Measured Drawing and Sketching in Department of Architecture at the SA School of Mines and Industries The Advertiser (Adelaide)
23-24 Dec 1947
D P MICHELMORE Dec 1948 SA passed examination in First Aid in the Department of Engineering at Adelaide University The Advertiser (Adelaide) 23 Dec 1948
D P MICHELMORE Dec 1948 SA passed examinations in Antique Drawing and Painting at the School of Arts and Crafts, Adelaide The Advertiser (Adelaide) 24 Dec 1948
D P MICHELMORE Dec 1950 SA passed examinations in Architectural Drawing I and Architectural Construction and Practice at SA School of Mines & Industries, Adelaide The Advertiser (Adelaide) 23 Dec 1950
D J MICHELMORE Dec 1953 QLD student at Christian Brothers' College, Mackay: passed Junior Public examination in English and Chemistry Townsville Daily Bulletin 23 Jan 1954
Douglas Percival MICHELMORE Dec 1938 SA student at St Peter's Collegiate School: passed English Literature, French, Mathematics Part II, Physics and Chemistry in University of Adelaide Intermediate Examinations The Advertiser (Adelaide) 25 Jan 1938
Douglas Percival MICHELMORE Nov 1940 SA student at University of Adelaide: passed Inorganic Chemistry I The Advertiser (Adelaide) 20 Nov 1940
Douglas Percival MICHELMORE Dec 1940 SA student at School of Mines and Industries: obtained credit in Drawing I The Advertiser (Adelaide) 10 Dec 1940
Douglas Percival MICHELMORE Nov 1942 SA student at School of Mines and Industries: passed Mathematics I (Associateship) and Geometrical Drawing III The Advertiser (Adelaide)
28 Nov & 7 Dec 1942
E MICHELMORE, Miss 23 Nov 1901 QLD student at Deep Lead Provisional School: performed in annual concert The North Queensland Register (Townsville)
9 Dec 1901
E MOUCHEMORE 6 Dec 1906 WA in Class II at Albany Grammar School: won prizes for running at school sports day Albany Advertiser
12 Dec 1906
E A MICHELMORE Nov 1913 SA passed the Qualifying Examination of the Education Department The Advertiser (Adelaide) 7 Jan 1914
Ellen MOUCHEMORE Oct 1893 VIC passed annual inspection at Queenscliff State School (in 2nd Class) Queenscliff Sentinel
7 Oct 1893
Elsie MITCHELMORE 20 Dec 1888 NSW student at Mrs Lowe’s school: performed song at speech day Cootamundra Herald
22 Dec 1888
Enid MICHELMORE Jun 1920 QLD student at The Sisters of Mercy, Mackay: scored 92% in Trinity College of Music examination, Preparatory Division The Catholic Press
1 Jul 1920
Enid MICHELMORE 26 Nov 1920 QLD student at The Convent School, Mackay: won certificate in Preparatory division The Catholic Press
23 Dec 1920
Enid MICHELMORE Apr 1921 QLD student at the Convent of Mercy, Mackay: scored 92% in recent theory examination, Preparatory Division The Catholic Press
21 Apr 1921
Enid MICHELMORE Jun 1921 QLD student at the Convent of Mercy, Mackay: scored 64% in recent Trinity College of Music examination The Catholic Press
30 Jun 1921
Enid MICHELMORE 11 Dec 1924 QLD student at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, Stuartholme: won first prize in the third division The Brisbane Courier
12 Dec 1924
Enid MICHELMORE 18 Dec 1929 TAS student at Forcett State School: won prize The Mercury (Hobart) 21 Dec 1929
Eric MICHELMORE Jul 1913 SA Macclesfield Congregational Church: awarded an intermediate division second class certificate in the Sunday School Union examinations The Advertiser (Adelaide) 15 Sep 1913
Eric MICHELMORE Dec 1922 SA student at Gawler technical school: passed examination in Bookkeeping, Grade I The Register (Adelaide) 20 Dec 1922
F E MUCHMORE 1950 NSW student at Neutral Bay Girls’ Junior High School: passed Intermediate Certificate examination Sydney Morning Herald 29 Jan 1951
Fred MICHELMORE 5 Sep 1930 SA former student of Strathalbyn Primary School under head teacher Mr R KENT: returned to school for jubilee celebrations Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 11 Sep 1930
G J MICHELMORE Jul 1952 QLD student at Queensland Agricultural College, Gatton: chosen to play for Darling Downs rugby union team against Brisbane GPS [further reports 1953] Queensland Times (Ipswich) 22 Jul 1952
G J MICHELMORE Jun 1953 QLD member of Gatton College tennis team to play in agricultural colleges' annual inter-collegiate sports at Roseworthy SA Queensland Times (Ipswich) 16 Jun 1953
Jean MITCHELMORE Oct 1922 TAS at Associated Board music examinations held in Hobart, passed in elementary division The Mercury (Hobart) 25 Oct 1922
Gordon MICHELMORE 18 Dec 1930 SA Grade 2 student at Strathalbyn Primary School: won prize Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 25 Dec 1930
Gordon MICHELMORE Aug 1932 SA Grade 4 student at Strathalbyn Primary School: on honour roll [similar reports 1932-1935] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 4 Aug 1932
Gordon MICHELMORE Dec 1935 SA Grade 7 student at Strathalbyn Primary School: obtained highest boy's mark in Qualifying Examination Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 27 Dec 1935
Grace MITCHELMORE Apr 1935 SA in Grade 5 at Strathalbyn Primary School [also 1933-1935] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 25 Apr 1935
H MITCHELMORE 6 Mar 1880 NSW student at Wagga Wagga Public School: played cricket again Brucedale School Wagga Wagga Advertiser 6 Mar 1880
H E MITCHELMORE 6-8 Jul 1885 NSW passed law examination for articled clerks held at the University Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser 18 Jul 1885
H C MICHELMORE 6 Aug 1919 NSW student at The King's School: played rugby for Combined Great Public Schools against [Sydney] University Sydney Morning Herald
7 Aug 1919
H B MICHELMORE 19 Feb 1927 NSW played cricket for Sydney Grammar School Sydney Morning Herald 21 Feb 1927
H B MITCHELMORE 14 Mar 1939 ACT past pupil of Sydney Grammar School: elected hon secretary, Old Collegians Club, Canberra The Canberra Times
17 Mar 1939
Harry Ernest MITCHELMORE Jun 1884 VIC student of Scotch College: passed matriculation examination at the University of Melbourne The Argus (Melbourne) 25 Jun 1884
Hazel MICHELMORE 29 Mar 1930 SA Grade 4 student at Kuitpo School: won prize at Southern Juvenile Athletic and Schools' Association exhibition at Meadows showground Chronicle (Adelaide) 3 Apr 1930
I J MICHELMORE 30 Nov 1954 NSW instrumental in setting up a Cessnock High School Ex-Students' Association The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder 14 Dec 1954
Ian MICHELMORE Dec 1949 NSW 5th or 6th year student at Abermain Public School: sang in production of the operetta Alladin The Cessnock Eagle & South South Maitland Recorder 16 Dec 1949
Ian MICHELMORE Aug 1951 NSW received special prize in the Abermain Ambulance Class The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder 7 Aug 1951
Ian J MICHELMORE Dec 1952 NSW student at Cessnock High School: passed Intermediate Examination [similar reports 1953-1954] The Cessnock Eagle & South Maitland Recorder 20 Jan 1953
Icel Edwin MICHELMORE 4 Aug 1906 SA passed the Public Service examination for telephone and telegraph messengers held at Aldinga The Advertiser (Adelaide) 11 Sep 1906
Icel Edwin MICHELMORE Mar 1910 SA came second in the Preliminary examination of the Pharmacy Board The Register (Adelaide) 18 Mar 1910
Icel Edwin MICHELMORE Aug 1910 SA passed Intermediate Botany examination of the Pharmacy Board The Advertiser (Adelaide) 16 Sep 1910
Icel Edwin MICHELMORE Sep 1911 SA passed Inorganic Chemistry examination of the Pharmacy Board The Advertiser (Adelaide) 18 Sep 1911
Icel Edwin MICHELMORE Sep 1912 SA passed Practical Chemistry examination of the Pharmacy Board The Advertiser (Adelaide) 20 Sep 1912
Icel Edwin MICHELMORE Mar 1913 SA passed Organic Chemistry examination of the Pharmacy Board The Register (Adelaide) 21 Mar 1913
Icel Edwin MICHELMORE Sep 1914 SA passed Qualifying Examination of the Pharmacy Board The Register (Adelaide) 18 Sep 1914
J A MICHELMORE Aug 1919 NSW played rugby for The King's School [other similar sports report] Arrow (Sydney) 29 Aug 1919
J A MICHELMORE 15 Dec 1920 NSW student at The King's School: won Wentworth Bucknell Scholarship Sydney Morning Herald 17 Dec 1920
J A MICHELMORE Dec 1921 NSW passed examinations in Accountancy, Economics and Economic Geography at Sydney University Sydney Morning Herald 1 Dec 1921
J A MICHELMORE Dec 1922 NSW passed examinations in Commercial & Industrial Law and Economic History at Sydney University Sydney Morning Herald 27 Dec 1922
J A MICHELMORE Nov 1923 NSW attended dance for men who would be leaving St Paul's College [Sydney University] at the end of the year Sydney Morning Herald 10 Nov 1923
J MICHELMORE Dec 1928 SA student at St Peter's Collegiate Girl's School, North Adelaide: received prize [also 1929-1931] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 18 Dec 1928
J MICHELMORE 10 Sep 1948 NSW passed Casino District Ambulance first aid course Northern Star (Lismore) 11 Sep 1948
J MICHELMORE Aug 1949 NSW passed advanced St John's Ambulance Brigade examination at Casino Northern Star (Lismore) 17 Aug 1949
J MICHELMORE Mar 1950 NSW played cricket for Shore Church of England Grammar School against Scots College [other reports 1950-1951] Sunday Morning Herald 26 Mar 1950
J MICHELMORE Sep 1952 QLD excelled in athletics meet at Gatton Agricultural College Queensland Times (Ipswich) 17 Sep 1952
Jack MICHELMORE Mar 1935 SA Grade 3 student at Strathalbyn Primary School: won prize Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 21 Mar 1935
James MICHELMORE 14 Sep 1912 SA passed examination for clerk, fifth class The Advertiser (Adelaide) 16 Sep 1912
Jean MICHELMORE 1946-1947 SA after discharge from AWAS, took special two-year speech therapy diploma course at Melbourne University News (Adelaide) 18 Jan 1949
Jeffrey MICHELMORE Dec 1916 NSW student, Christian Brothers', Lewisham: successful in Qualifying Certificate [taken at the end of primary school/award of bursaries] The Catholic Press
8 Feb 1917
John MITCHELMORE 18 Dec 1935 TAS awarded prize at Collinsvale State School break-up The Mercury (Hobart) 20 Dec 1935
John MICHELMORE Apr 1941 NSW student at North Sydney Church of England Grammar School [Shore]: son of Mr & Mrs John MICHELMORE of Mackay, visiting aunt Mrs Ronald TRAILL of Collaroy for Easter Sydney Morning Herald
9 Apr 1941
Judith MITCHELMORE Dec 1947 TAS of Ravensdale: awarded a Junior Country Bursary for 1948-1951 Examiner (Launceston) 27 Dec 1947
Judith MITCHELMORE Nov 1953 TAS educated at Hobart High School: awarded bursary of the Kindergarten Union of Tasmania to train as a kindergarten teacher at the University of Tasmania for three years The Mercury (Hobart) 5 Nov 1953
Julia MITCHELMORE 16 Dec 2010 NSW student at Pymble Ladies College: awarded credit (90+) for 11 units in the Higher School Certificate Sydney Morning Herald 16 Dec 2010
June MICHELMORE Dec 1950 SA student at Mount Barker High School: gained Intermediate School Certificate Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 1 Feb 1961
Keith MICHELMORE Jul 1932 SA Grade 6 student at Strathalbyn Primary School: on honour roll [similar reports 1933] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 21 Jul 1932
Kitty MICHELMORE 21 Dec 1918 SA student at Miss Ethel Bartlett's Ladies' School, Alberton: received Grade II prize The Register (Adelaide) 24 Dec 1918
Kitty MICHELMORE 24 Apr 1922 SA competed in Adelaide musical and literary competition in the recital (under 13) class [similar report May 1922] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 25 Apr 1922
L J MICHELMORE Dec 1912 SA passed Commonwealth Public Service examination The Register (Adelaide) 21 Dec 1912
L J MICHELMORE, Mr Oct 1917 SA passed intermediate examination of the Incorporated Institute of Accountants Daily Herald (Adelaide)
3 Dec 1917
L J MICHELMORE, Mr Jun 1918 SA passed final examination (legal section) of the Incorporated Institute of Accountants of Victoria The Register (Adelaide) 26 Jun 1918
L D MOUCHEMORE Jan 1948 WA passed Leaving Certificate examination in seven subjects The West Australian

 
(Perth) 16 Jan 1945
Laura MOUCHEMORE Oct 1893 VIC passed annual inspection at Queenscliff State School (in High 1st Class) Queenscliff Sentinel
7 Oct 1893
Laura MICHELMORE 1938 VIC student in Form Dc at Dandenong High School DHS Ex-Students Association
Lola D MOUCHEMORE Feb 1948 WA passed supplementary examination in English 1b at the Faculty of Arts at University of Western Australia The West Australian

 
(Perth) 21 Feb 1948
Lola Dawn MOUCHEMORE Dec 1949 WA passed second year examination in English II at the Faculty of Arts at University of Western Australia The West Australian

 
(Perth) 8 Dec 1949
Louanne MITCHELMORE 1994 NSW record of work presented for M. Art in Studio Arts, College of Fine Arts, Sydney Libraries Australia
M MICHELMORE Dec 1911 NSW student at Sydney Church of England Grammar School, Darlinghurst: passed Associated Board examination in pianoforte Sydney Morning Herald
6 Dec 1911
M MICHELMORE 17 Dec 1929 SA student at St Peter's Collegiate Girl's School, North Adelaide: received prizes The Advertiser (Adelaide) 18 Dec 1929
M MICHELMORE Dec 1929 SA under 16, student at St Peter's Collegiate Girl's School: came 8th in physiology in Intermediate Public Examinations The Advertiser (Adelaide) 18 Dec 1929
M MICHELMORE 5 May 1953 SA student at St Peter's Collegiate Girl's School: won several races in annual sports The Advertiser (Adelaide) 6 May 1953
Margaret MICHELMORE 23 Nov 1945 SA student at St Peter’s Collegiate Girls’ School, Adelaide: won Kindergarten Cup at annual junior sports day The Advertiser (Adelaide)
24 Nov & 14 Dec 1945
Margaret MICHELMORE 12 Dec 1946 SA Kindergarten student at St Peter’s Collegiate Girls’ School, Adelaide: received a gift book at annual prize day The Advertiser (Adelaide) 13 Dec 1946
Margaret MICHELMORE 16 Dec 1948 SA Form 1A student at St Peter’s Collegiate Girls’ School, Adelaide: received prize for divinity The Advertiser (Adelaide) 17 Dec 1948
Mary E J MICHELMORE Jun 1920 NSW passed Australian Trained Nurses’ Association examination, obstetrics section Sydney Morning Herald 19 Jun 1920
May MICHELMORE May 1933 SA passed School of Mines examination in invalid cookery The Advertiser (Adelaide) 20 May 1933
Meizhak MOUCHEMORE 1992 WA graduated from Trinity College, East Perth Names Database
Merle MICHELMORE 29 Mar 1930 SA Grade 5 student at Kuitpo School: won prize at Southern Juvenile Athletic and Schools' Association exhibition at Meadows showground Chronicle (Adelaide)
3 Apr 1930
Mortimer M MICHELMORE Dec 1916 NSW student, Christian Brothers', Lewisham: successful in Qualifying Certificate [taken at the end of primary school/for award of bursaries] The Catholic Press
8 Feb 1917
Mortimer Wm MICHELMORE Dec 1917 NSW student, Christian Brothers', Lewisham: successful in Qualifying Certificate Examination The Catholic Press
8 Feb 1917
Olive MOUCHEMORE Oct 1893 VIC passed annual inspection at Queenscliff State School (in 1st Class) Queenscliff Sentinel
7 Oct 1893
P MICHELMORE 20 Dec 1899 SA dux of Senior Division Class V at Semaphore Collegiate School South Australian Register (Adelaide)
22 Dec 1899
P MICHELMORE 12 Feb 1927 QLD girl student at Glasshouse Mountains State School: came 2nd in senior Thread the Needle race at school sports The Brisbane Courier
23 Feb 1927
P MICHELMORE 28 Dec 1929 QLD girl student at Glasshouse Mountains State School: came 2nd in aged 10 and over Needle race at school sports Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser 3 Jan 1930
P MITCHELMORE 20 Aug 1932 TAS scholar at Ravensdale School The Mercury (Hobart) 24 Aug 1932
P M MICHELMORE 11 Apr 1943 NSW student at Sydney Church of England Grammar School [Shore]: rowed in School Eights boat that won an unofficial regatta on the Parramatta River Sydney Morning Herald 19 Apr 1943
P H C MICHELMORE Dec 1945 SA student at Prince Alfred College: passed University Intermediate Examination in Latin, French, Mathematics, Physics & Chemistry The Advertiser (Adelaide) 28 Jan 1946
P H C MICHELMORE Dec 1946 SA student at Prince Alfred College: passed Leaving Examination in English, Mathematics Parts I & II, Physics & Chemistry The Advertiser (Adelaide) 10 Jan 1947
P MUCHMORE 1953 NSW student at Mosman Home Science School: passed Intermediate Certificate examination Sydney Morning Herald 29 Jan 1954
Pamela MICHELMORE Dec 1944 SA Form IIA student at St Peter's Girls' School: won prize for progress The Advertiser (Adelaide) 16 Dec 1944
Pamela MICHELMORE 12 Dec 1946 SA Form 4 student at St Peter’s Collegiate Girls’ School, Adelaide: received a form prize at annual prize day The Advertiser (Adelaide) 13 Dec 1946
Pamela MICHELMORE Dec 1949 SA passed English Literature in 1949 School Leaving Examination The Advertiser (Adelaide) 10 Jan 1950
Pamela MICHELMORE Dec 1950 SA passed SA School of Mines and Industries Preparatory Mathematics II examination The Advertiser (Adelaide) 14 Dec 1950
Pamela MICHELMORE Dec 1950 SA Form 6A student at St Peter’s Collegiate Girls’ School, Adelaide: received Bennett Cup for most reliable girl in senior school The Advertiser (Adelaide) 15 Dec 1950
Paul MOUCHEMORE Oct 1893 VIC passed annual inspection at Queenscliff State School (in 2nd Class) Queenscliff Sentinel 7 Oct 1893
Percy MOUCHEMORE Oct 1893 VIC passed annual inspection at Queenscliff State School (in 1st Class) Queenscliff Sentinel 7 Oct 1893
Percy MITCHELMORE Dec 1909 TAS achieved first grade in the first year examination in wood carving at the Hobart Technical School The Mercury (Hobart) 11 Mar 1910
Percy MITCHELMORE Dec 1910 TAS achieved first grade in the second year examination in wood carving at Hobart Technical School Sydney Morning Herald 28 Jan 1911
Peter MICHELMORE Apr 1941 NSW student at North Sydney Church of England Grammar School [Shore]: son of Mr & Mrs John MICHELMORE of Mackay, visiting aunt Mrs Ronald TRAILL of Collaroy for Easter Sydney Morning Herald 9 Apr 1941
R G MICHELMORE Dec 1945 SA student at Adelaide Technical High School: completed Second Year (Intermediate A Division) course, passed University Intermediate Examination in English Literature, Mathematics, Geography & Bookkeeping The News (Adelaide)
11 Dec 1945
The Advertiser
(Adelaide) 28 Jan 1946
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Dec 1911 SA passed Education Department examination in freehand drawing The Advertiser
23 Dec 1911
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Dec 1912 SA passed University of Adelaide Junior Public Examination in English Literature, German and Physics The Mail (Adelaide)
3 Feb 1913
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Dec 1913 SA student at Adelaide High School: passed University of Adelaide Junior Public Examination in English Literature, German, Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Physics Daily Herald (Adelaide)
3 Jan 1914
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Dec 1914 SA passed University of Adelaide Senior Public Examination in Geometry The Advertiser (Adelaide) 16 Dec 1914
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Dec 1915 SA student at Adelaide High School: passed University of Adelaide Senior Public Examination in English Literature, Modern History, Arithmetic & Algebra, Trigonometry and Physics The Register (Adelaide) 21 Dec 1915
Roland S MICHELMORE Dec 1915 SA passed First Grade Model at Adelaide School of Art Daily Herald (Adelaide)
8 Jan 1916
Roland MICHELMORE May 1917 SA student at South Australian School of Arts and Crafts: passed drawing examination in flat tinting towards a Teachers' Primary Certificate Daily Herald (Adelaide) 29 May 1917
Roland MICHELMORE Aug 1917 SA passed Elementary Design at School of Art and Crafts, Adelaide The Register (Adelaide) 10 Sep 1917
Roland MICHELMORE Dec 1918 SA passed 2nd Grade Freehand in Education Department art examinations The Register (Adelaide) 16 Dec 1918
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Dec 1919 SA passed University of Adelaide Senior Public Examination in Drawing The Register (Adelaide) 31 Dec 1919
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Dec 1921 SA obtained Division II pass in Economics at University of Adelaide Daily Herald (Adelaide)
1 Dec 1921
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Dec 1921 SA obtained Division I pass in Education at University of Adelaide The Register (Adelaide) 1 Dec 1921
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Nov 1926 SA passed Psychology in BA course at University of Adelaide The Register (Adelaide) 1 Dec 1926
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Nov 1927 SA passed Physics in BA course at University of Adelaide The Register (Adelaide) 27 Nov 1927
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Nov 1928 SA passed Logic in BA course at University of Adelaide The Register (Adelaide) 27 Nov 1928
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Nov 1928 SA passed Latin in School Leaving Certificate examination The Advertiser (Adelaide) 12 Jan 1929
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Nov 1936 SA passed Geography in BA course at University of Adelaide The Advertiser (Adelaide) 26 Nov 1936
Rose MOUCHEMORE Oct 1893 VIC passed annual inspection at Queenscliff State School (in 3rd Class) Queenscliff Sentinel
7 Oct 1893
Rose MICHELMORE 23 Nov 1901 QLD student at Deep Lead Provisional School: performed in annual concert The North Queensland Register (Townsville)
9 Dec 1901
Ross MITCHELMORE Dec 1952 TAS won prize as dux of Grade 7 at Sorell Area School The Mercury (Hobart) 18 Dec 1952
Roy MICHELMORE Dec 1935 NSW student at St Mary's School, Emmaville: successful in Armidale Diocese bursary and certificate examination The Catholic Press
26 Dec 1935
Ruth MOUCHEMORE Oct 1893 VIC passed annual inspection at Queenscliff State School (in 1st Class) Queenscliff Sentinel
7 Oct 1893
T MICHELMORE 24 Aug 1906 SA in Class II at Strathalbyn Public School: won prizes for girls' sewing Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 30 Aug 1906
T N MICHELMORE 27 Feb 1943 NSW student at Sydney Church of England Grammar School [Shore]: rowed in Open Eights boat that won the annual Sydney club regatta Sydney Morning Herald
1 Mar 1943
T P MICHELMORE Dec 1943 SA student at Victor Harbor High School: passed Intermediate Certificate Examinations in English Literature, Arithmetic, Mathematics Part I, Physics and Chemistry The Advertiser (Adelaide) 27 Jan 1944
T P MICHELMORE Oct 1945 SA passed accountants' examinations in Merchantile Law I & II The Advertiser (Adelaide) 26 Nov 1945
Thomas MUCHMORE Dec 1933 NSW passed Stage I examination in Rail Carriage Building at the Railway and Tramway Institute 9ydney Morning Herald 23 Jan 1934
Tottie MICHELMORE 5 Sep 1930 SA former student of Strathalbyn Primary School under head teacher Mr C HAMMENCE: returned to school for jubilee celebrations Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 11 Sep 1930
Thomas MUCHMORE Dec 1934 NSW passed Stage II examination in Rail Carriage Building at the Railway and Tramway Institute Sydney Morning Herald 23 Jan 1935
V J MICHELMORE Feb 1922 SA student at School of Mines and Industries The Mail (Adelaide)
18 Feb 1922
V MICHELMORE 28 Dec 1929 QLD girl student at Glasshouse Mountains State School: in 9 and under 10 races at school sports Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser 3 Jan 1930
Vivian John MICHELMORE Dec 1917 SA obtained Junior Certificate by passing five or more subjects in public examination Daily Herald (Adelaide)
4 Jan 1918
Vivian John MICHELMORE Dec 1919 SA passed University of Adelaide Senior Public Examination in Physics The Register (Adelaide) 31 Dec 1919
W M MICHELMORE Dec 1931 SA fourth form student at Prince Alfred College: won prize The Advertiser (Adelaide) 18 Dec 1931
W M MICHELMORE Dec 1934 SA sixth form student at Prince Alfred College: won prizes (including dux of his class) and scholarship The Advertiser (Adelaide) 20 Dec 1934
W M MICHELMORE Dec 1939 SA student at Adelaide University: passed Physics I, Inorganic and physical chemistry II in the BE course The Advertiser (Adelaide) 21 Dec 1939
Walter Maxfield MICHELMORE Dec 1934 SA student at Prince Alfred College: obtained honours in University of Adelaide School Leaving Examination The Advertiser (Adelaide) 8 Jan 1935
Walter Maxfield MICHELMORE Nov 1940 SA student at the University of Adelaide: passed Geology I and Organic Chemistry II The Advertiser (Adelaide) 20 Nov 1940
Wesley MICHELMORE, Master 24 Nov 1928 SA student at Kuitpo School: presented head teacher with dressing case Chronicle (Adelaide)
8 Dec 1928
William Andrew MICHELMORE Dec 1935 SA passed Intermediate Examination in Physics, Geography, Agriculture and Bookkeeping The Advertiser (Adelaide) 25 Jan 1936
William Andrew MICHELMORE Dec 1936 SA passed Intermediate Examination in English Literature, Arithmetic and Mathematics Part I The Advertiser (Adelaide) 26 Jan 1937
William A MICHELMORE Mar 1937 SA awarded 3-year scholarship to Roseworthy Agricultural College The Advertiser (Adelaide) 17 Mar 1937
William A MICHELMORE 1 Mar 1940 SA presented with agricultural diploma at Roseworthy College speech day The Advertiser (Adelaide) 2 Mar 1940
Occupations and appointments
Name Dates State Information Source
? MICHELMORE, Miss 16 Sep 1900 NSW nurse of Sydney: appointed matron, Inverell Hospital, at salary of £60 per annum Sydney Morning Herald 17 Sep 1900
Australian Town & Country Journal

22 Sep 1900
? MICHELMORE, Miss Aug 1901 NSW resigned as matron, Inverell Hospital Sydney Morning Herald 13 Aug 1901
? MICHELMORE, Miss Aug 1901 NSW resigned as matron, Inverell Hospital, and departed to South Africa Newcastle Morning Herald & Miners' Advocate 14 Aug 1901
? MICHELMORE 6 Mar 1915 SA employee, Adelaide Steamship Company: played cricket on company excursion to Belair The Register (Adelaide) 8 Mar 1915
? MITCHELMORE 3 May 1932 VIC Maffra Inspector of Nuisances: reported nuisance to Council Gippsland Times
5 May 1932
? MICHELMORE 1952 SA papers of Cr MICHELMORE, speech by Stan KEENE, diary of visit to UK 1952 SA State Archives
A MICHELMORE, Mr Nov 1950 SA appointed project officer, Eyre Peninsula Chronicle (Adelaide)
9 Nov 1950
Alan James MITCHELMORE 23 Feb 1948 NSW solicitor: admitted to practice by the Full Court Sydney Morning Herald 23 Feb 1948
Andrew MICHELMORE Nov 1992 NT resigned as CEO, Nabalco bauxite mining company The Canberra Times
20 Jan 1993
Andrew MICHELMORE Oct 2004   CEO, WNC Resources Financial Times 29 Oct 2004
B B MOUCHEMORE 1922-1924 WA proprietor of butchery at top of York Street, Albany Albany Advertiser [regular advertisements]
B B MOUCHEMORE 1943   patent application: parachute to give quick descent and checked landing for use by paratroops etc. (plans included) National Archives of Australia
Bessie Jean MITCHELMORE 8 May 1925 SA of Adelaide: company secretary, Hannan Brothers Ltd, motor and electircal and general engineers, 129 Angas Street, Adelaide The Register (Adelaide) 12 May 1925
Bruce MITCHELMORE 1927 NSW transferred from Wagga branch of the Bank of Australia to Parkes branch Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) 2 Nov 1929
Bryce MOUCHEMORE 27 Jul 2006 VIC major in the Salvation Army, Melbourne LambsRoar.org
C F M MICHELMORE 14 Aug 1891 NSW secretary to the Board of the NSW Poudrette & Ammonia Manufacturing Co Ltd Sydney Morning Herald 18 Aug 1891
C F M MICHELMORE 30 May 1893 NSW secretary to the Australasian Rights Purchase Association: wrote letter to editor concerning the sale of their rights to use water to generate electricity, recently sold to the NSW Electric Supply Company Sydney Morning Herald 30 May 1893
Carl GUNTHER 23 Oct 1868 SA took oath as constable at Stepney South Australian Register (Adelaide)
31 Oct 1868
Carl F GUNTHER 8 Oct 1887 VIC manager for Mr G PETERSON, Cobden: wrote letter to the editor defending his prescribing practice Camperdown Chronicle 12 Oct 1887
Carl GUNTHER 186x SA at some time apprenticed to chemist Mr Charles DOWNER of Port Adelaide The Register (Adelaide) 6 Apr 1925
Carl Ernest Mitchelmore GUNTHER 1944   author, Practical malaria control: A handbook for field workers, New York: Philosophical Library 1944 Google Books
Catherine MICHELMORE 1988 SA born in Adelaide and educated at Girton School. She began training at the Adelaide Children's Hospital after the outbreak of war in 1939. On completion of training Catherine nursed at the Wakefield Street Private Hospital. In 1946 she did midwifery training in Sydney. The following year, on return to the ACH, she set up and conducted the first Preliminary Training School in South Australia. In 1950 she attended the first course for Sister Tutors at the Royal College of Nursing, Australia, in Melbourne and on her return to the ACH was appointed Senior Tutor Sister. In 1957 she went to the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne where she spent a year in the School of Nursing. In 1960 she was appointed Deputy Matron at the ACH, from which post she retired in 1970. Miss Michelmore served as a council member of the Royal College of Nursing, Australia, and in 1965 was National President of the College South Australiana Database
Christopher Percival MICHELMORE 24 Jun 1999 SA appointed to the Construction Industry Training Board SA Government Gazette
Clement Arthur MITCHELMORE Jul 1953 NSW solicitor: admitted to practice by the Full Court Sydney Morning Herald
3 Aug 1953
Clement MITCHELMORE Jul 1987 NSW deputy chairman, Commercial Tribunal The Canberra Times
24 Jul 1987
D C MICHELMORE 16 Mar 1925 SA employed by Strathalbyn Corporation for another month Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 19 Mar 1925
D G MICHELMORE Mar 1954 NSW appointed to board of Canada Dry (ANZ) Ltd Sydney Morning Herald
2 Mar 1954
Darren MOUCHEMORE 17 Nov 2006 WA represents City of Subiaco on the Building, Design & Building Studies CAG Curriculum Support Services Network minutes
Darren MOUCHEMORE 20 Sep 2007 WA Sessional Member - Ordinary, State Administrative Tribunal State Administrative Tribunal
Darren MOUCHEMORE 20 Sep 2007 WA Vice-President Membership, Western Australian Chapter, Australian Institute of Building Surveyors Australian Institute of Building Surveyors
David MITCHELMORE 2008 VIC pastor, Freeway Christian Life Centre, Melbourne Freeway Christian Life Centre
Deane H MICHELMORE 8 Jun 2000 SA elected Councillor, City of Victor Harbor (also 29 May 2003 and 30 Nov 2006) SA Government Gazette
Deane MICHELMORE 5 Jul 2001 SA appointed to the Victor Harbor Development Assessment Panel (also 8 Mar 2007) SA Government Gazette
Deane MICHELMORE 23 Jan 2003 SA appointed to the Onkaparinga Catchment Water Management Board SA Government Gazette
Deane H MICHELMORE 24 Aug 2006 SA elected Acting Mayor, City of Victor Harbor SA Government Gazette
Douglas Percival MICHELMORE 21 Jan 1999 SA registered architect, retired (also 20 Jan 2000, 1 Feb 2001, 24 Jan 2002) SA Government Gazette
Elkanah MITCHELMORE 1860 VIC builder of Williamstown VIC SA Observer index
E A MICHELMORE, Mr 4 Aug 1928 SA sworn in a Robe district constable Border Watch (Mount Gambier) 14 Aug 1928
Elkanah MITCHELMORE 12Jan1863 VIC undertaker of 54 Pascoe Street, Williamstown The Argus (Melbourne) 12 Jan 1863
G MITCHELMORE Nov 1909 VIC architect & builder, employed by Cutts Bros, worked at Box Hill Reporter (Box Hill)
26 Nov 1909
George Michelmore HITCHCOCK 1891 SA appointed magistrate, Southern Bailiwick, Geelong Government Gazette
20 Feb 1891
H B MOUCHEMORE 1912 WA Application for position as Inspector of Fisheries, Albany WA State Archives
H E MITCHELMORE 1895, 1899 NSW solicitor, Wagga Wagga: Commissioner for taking affidavits Police Gazette
H E MITCHELMORE 1903 QLD solicitor, Wagga Wagga: Commissioner of the Supreme Court of Queensland for taking affidavits Slater's Almanac
H L C MICHELMORE Aug 1948 SA of Meadows: registered breeder of Romney Marsh sheep Chronicle (Adelaide)
26 Aug 1948
Henry Ernest MITCHELMORE Mar 1928 NSW director, Gurwood Street Motors, Ltd Sydney Morning Herald 29 Mar 1928
Henry MICHELMORE Mar 1985 NSW busy Kings Cross general practitioner The Canberra Times
17 Mar 1985
Ian MICHELMORE Oct 1989 ACT hydraulics engineer, Australian Construction Services, Canberra [also 1992] The Canberra Times
7 Oct 1989
Ian MICHELMORE 25 Nov 2003 WA Project Manager, WA Water Corporation WA Government Gazette
J MOUCHEMORE, Capt 2 Aug 1915 VIC resumed duty as captain of the Mars after holiday [similar report in 1917] Queenscliff Sentinel
7 Aug 1915
J MICHELMORE, Miss May 1951 SA lecturer in speech, Kindergarten Training College, Adelaide The Advertiser (Adelaide) 11 May 1951
J L MICHELMORE Sep 1915 SA clerk, fourth class: recently transferred from correspondence and accounts branch, Postmaster-General's Department Daily Herald (Adelaide) 27 Sep 1915
J MICHELMORE, Mrs 1924-1930 SA Honiton postmistress Yorketown Historical Society
J MICHELMORE 1 Oct 1940 SA included in photograph of 22 Officers of the Transport Service, Australian Red Cross, South Australian Division SA State Library
J MICHELMORE, Mr Jan 1948 QLD director, Racecourse Cooperative Sugar Association Cairns Post 8 Jan 1948
J T MICHELMORE 20 Mar 1952 SA his application for position as temporary grader operator (Diesel) turned down by Strathalbyn District Council Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 27 Mar 1952
Jabez MITCHELMORE 1886-1890 NSW mail waggoner of Cootamundra Patricia Caskie, Cootamundra: Foundation to Federation, Cootamundra: Annwel Enterprises, 1991
Jean MICHELMORE 1940 SA officer of the Red Cross Transport Service News (Adelaide) 18 Jan 1949
Jean MICHELMORE Feb 1949 SA to take up position as speech therapist at Melbourne Children's Hospital News (Adelaide) 30 Mar 1954
John Alfred MICHELMORE 23 Nov 1907 QLD director, M'Fadzen's Mount Flora Freehold Copper Mines, Ltd Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton) 23 Nov 1907
John A MITCHELMORE 18 Feb 1914 VIC appointed Thistle Inspector for the Shire of Maffra VIC Government Gazette 18 Feb 1914
John MICHELMORE sen 19xx QLD a successful pastoralist (which he attributed to a close study of weather patterns), he was also recognised as a successful water diviner Birth of Our Nation
John MICHELMORE 21 Aug 1930 QLD as apprentice on the barque Vancouver, in 1884 sailed from Cardiff to Adelaide and back; then came to Sydney on the full rigged passenger ship Peterborough Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
21 Aug 1930
John A MITCHELMORE 12 Jan 1926 VIC resigned as Dog Registrar and Inspector under the Width of Tyres Act Gippsland Times
14 Jan 1926
Judith MITCHELMORE Feb 1953 TAS resigned as a teacher at Ravensdale Examiner (Launceston) 23 Feb 1953
Keith Edward MICHELMORE 23 Nov 2006 SA authorised to give expiation notices for the SA Water Corporation (also 21 Dec 2006 and 11 Jan 2007) SA Government Gazette
L J MICHELMORE 28 Jun 1907 SA telegraph messenger of Hahndorf: provisions of the Commonwealth Public Service Act waived for 2 months [for a further 6 mo on 28 Aug] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 20 Aug 1907
L J MICHELMORE 9 Jul 1914 SA employee, Port Pirie Customs: leaves for annual holiday today Port Pirie Recorder & North Western Mail
9 Jul 1914
L J MICHELMORE Apr 1924 SA Inspector of Customs: transferred from Waikerie to Berri Murray Pioneer and Australian River Record (Renmark) 16 Apr 1924
Lindsay James MICHELMORE 24 Jun 1908 SA appointment as telegraph messenger confirmed The Advertiser (Adelaide) 24 Jun 1908
M MITCHELMORE, Mr Apr 1888 NSW employed by the Commercial Investment Company, Bond Street, Sydney The Argus (Melbourne) 25 Apr 1888
P H MICHELMORE, Mr 1928-1929 SA acted as stores superintendent, Adelaide Steamship Company, while G T MAXFIELD was in England supervising the fitting out of their new motor passenger vessel Manunda The Register (Adelaide) 24 Apr 1928
P H MICHELMORE, Mr Jan 1931 SA appointed superintendant of stores, Adelaide Steamship Company, following G T MAXFIELD's retirement The Register News -Pictorial (Adelaide)
7 Jan 1931
P H MICHELMORE, Mr 4 Jul 1938 SA acting assistant secretary, Adelaide Steamship Company Recorder (Port Pirie)
4 Jul 1938
P H MICHELMORE, Mr 1 Oct 1940 SA appointed The West Australian manager, Adelaide Steamship Company The West Australian

 
(Perth) 2 Oct 1940
P H MICHELMORE, Mr Apr 1946 SA ceased working as The West Australian
 manager, Adelaide Steamship Company
The West Australian

 
(Perth) 13 Apr 1946
P W MITCHELMORE 1947-1984 TAS TS and PW Mitchelmore operated a farm and also worked off-farm as labourers State Archives of Tasmania
Peter John MICHELMORE 21 Dec 2000 SA appointed member of the Southern Hills Soil Conservation Board; also 11 Mar 2004, 23 Dec 2004 SA Government Gazette
Peter John MICHELMORE 25 May 2006 SA monies of the dissolved Fleurieu Animal and Plant Control Board vested in the SA Murray Darling Basin NRM Board for his long service leave and annual leave liabilities SA Government Gazette
Peter MICHELMORE 20 Nov 2003 SA appointed Inspector under the Fruit & Plant Protection Act SA Government Gazette
Peter Richard MICHELMORE 2007 SA general practitioner at Mount Barker Medical Clinic, 73 Gawler Street, Mount Barker and 33 High Street, Strathalbyn Mount Barker Medical Clinic
R S MICHELMORE 22 Nov 1926 SA chief assistant teacher at new Thebarton Central School: present at stone laying ceremony [similar article 1928] The Register (Adelaide) 23 Nov 1923
R S MICHELMORE 2007 SA Michelmore Street in Whyalla is named after Mr R S MICHELMORE, former headmaster, Whyalla Primary School and Whyalla South School Whyalla librararian
Roland Symons MICHELMORE 1 Jan 1914 SA appointed junior teacher, second grade, admitted to Adelaide High School and appointed to Goodwood Primary School The Advertiser (Adelaide) 15 Apr 1914
Roland Symons MICHELMORE Feb 1916 SA confirmed as junior teacher, Goodwood Primary School The Advertiser (Adelaide) 23 Feb 1916
Roland S MICHELMORE 1 Jan 1918 SA appointed assistant, Lefevre's Peninsula [Primary School, Birkenhead] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 23 Feb 1916
Roland MICHELMORE 1 Dec 1924 SA appointed CA [chief assistant] teacher, Alberton [Primary School] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 22 Dec 1923
R S MICHELMORE Jun 1929 SA appointed head teacher, Glencoe [Primary School] [several further reports 1929-1935] The Mail (Adelaide)
8 Jun 1929
R S MICHELMORE 11 Sep 1935 SA farewelled on his transfer from Glencoe East [Primary] School to Port Broughton Higher Primary School Border Watch (Mount Gambier) 12 Sep 1935
R S MICHELMORE Jan 1937 SA appointed head master, Whyalla Higher Primary School [several further reports 1937-1945] Recorder (Port Pirie)
30 Jan 1937
R S MICHELMORE Jun 1945 SA appointed head master, Gawler Primary School [several further reports 1945-1948] Bunyip (Gawler) 11 May 1945
R S MICHELMORE Jul 1948 SA appointed head master, Goodwood Primary School [several further reports 1948-1949] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 17 Jul 1948
R S MICHELMORE Mar 1950 SA head master, Whyalla South Primary School The Advertiser (Adelaide) 25 Mar 1950
Roland S MICHELMORE 1937-May 1945 SA headmaster, Whyalla Town Primary School SA State Archives
S MITCHELMORE Nov 1933 VIC former student of Maffra School: promoted on the postal staff at Northcote Gippsland Times
16 Nov 1933
S MITCHELMORE 4 Feb 1946 VIC formerly of the RAAF and Warrnambool post office: commenced duty at Camperdown post office Camperdown Chronicle
5 Feb 1946
Samuel MITCHELMORE 1948-1952 VIC appointed Electoral Registrar for several subdivisions of the electoral districts of Gippsland and Wonthaggi Victorian Government Gazette 18 Aug 1948 ff.
Samuel MITCHELMORE 31 Mar 1965 VIC of 30 Willoughby Street, Reservoir: appointed Commissioner for taking Declarations and Affidavits, to resign upon removing from the neighbourhood Victorian Government Gazette 31 Mar 1965
Sean MUTCHMOR 11 Nov 2014 QLD 16 yr a paramedic: Superintendent, Queensland Ambulance Service Toowoomba Chronicle 11 Nov 2014
Stanley Eric MITCHELMORE 1942 NAA of 168 Gillis St, Fairfield, b 18 Nov 1898, married, no children, 5' 9", 12 stone, 4 yr experience as collector: appointed timekeeper's assistant, Civil Constructional Corps National Archives of Australia
Susan MICHELMORE 2012 QLD Head of Senior School, Brisbane School of Distance Education Brisbane School of Distance Education
T A MICHELMORE 10 Jul 1953 SA appointed director, Falcon Gold Mines News (Adelaide)
10 Jul 1953
T S MITCHELMORE 1947-1984 TAS T S and P W Mitchelmore operated a farm and also worked off-farm as labourers. State Archives of Tasmania
Tamara MOUCHEMORE 2008 WA staff member at Carey Baptist College, Canning Vale, Perth WA, “an accomplished and committed horse rider” Carey Baptist College
Tania Reid MICHELMORE 21 Dec 2000 SA appointed Inspector under the Act for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals SA Government Gazette
V J MICHELMORE Aug 1948 SA agent for Windolite Chronicle (Adelaide)
12 Aug 1948
W A MICHELMORE 1 Dec 1976 SA Senior District Agronomist, author of Annual Ryegrass Toxicity SA State Archives
Walter Harold Strachan MICHELMORE Jun 1970 NSW of 176 Queens Street, Woollahra NSW: director, Australian Continental Resources Ltd Financial Times
15 Jun 1970
Walter MICHELMORE, Sir Jun 1970 NSW chairman, Metramar Minerals, Sydney Financial Times
26 Jun 1970
Walter MICHELMORE, Sir Nov 1971 NSW chairman, Reserves and Mining Investments Ltd The Canberra Times
10 Nov 1971
Walter MITCHELMORE, Sir Nov 1972 NSW chairman, Metramar Minerals Financial Times
30 Nov 1972
Walter Michelmore HITCHCOCK 1863-1881 SA London buyer for Geelong firm Hitchcock Bros and Co. Australian Dictionary of Biography
W MICHELMORE 31 May 1841 SA sheep farmer of Onkapar: owns 14 male and 80 female sheep Southern Australian (Adelaide) 24 Aug 1841
W MICHELMORE 20 Oct 1923 SA of Port Adelaide: appointed to the staff of the Sport newspaper for the upcoming Port Meeting The Advertiser (Adelaide) 16 Oct 1923
William Henry MOUCHEMORE 1960 VIC assistant lighthouse keeper of 18 Hobson Street, Queenscliffe Australian Genealogical Computer Index
Occupational and professional activities

The following table lists records relating to business and professional leadership, recognition of success, expert presentations and opinion pieces, shows and competitions, tenders, purchases and sales, advertisements, licences and registrations, travel and movements, and other activities.

Name Dates State Information Source
Business and professional leadership      
? MITCHELMORE 5 Feb 1907 NSW thanked for 5 yr service as hon treasurer of the Murrumbidgee Pastoral & Agricultural Association [still a member in 1910] Sydney Morning Herald
7 Feb 1907
? MICHELMORE, Mr 29 Sep 1924 QLD vice-president, Mackay Chamber of Commerce: discussed potential for processing megass [bagasse] from Mackay sugar mills Townsville Daily Bulletin 4 Oct 1924
A C MICHELMORE 27 Feb 1924 SA elected to committee of the Meadows Agricultural Society [until 1930] The Register (Adelaide) 28 Feb 1924
Bert MICHELMORE 11 Mar 1949 SA president, Belvidere Agricultural Bureau [also 1950-1954] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 17 Mar 1949
C MICHELMORE, Miss Aug 1949 SA elected vice-president of Australian United Nurses' Association The Advertiser (Adelaide) 17 Aug 1949
E MICHELMORE, Mr Nov 1926 SA member of executive committee of the Robe P, A & H Society [also 1927] Border Watch (Mount Gambier) 20 Nov 1926
E A MICHELMORE, Mr May 1955 SA president, SA Bread Manufacturers Association: quality of wheat supply has improved The Farmer & Settler (NSW) 13 May 1955
G P MITCHELMORE 16 Dec 1915 NSW at meeting at St James's Hall, Phillip Street, Sydney, nominated for seat on board of directors of the Carpathia Tin Mining Company; defeated Sydney Morning Herald 17 Dec 1915
H E MITCHELMORE, Mr 1899- NSW active in the Murrumbidgee Pastoral and Agricultural Association (committee member from 1899, treasurer 1904-1907 (resigned on medical grounds), president 1917-1918] [various NSW newspapers]
H MICHELMORE Oct 1924 SA secretary, Meadows Agricultural Bureau The Advertiser (Adelaide) 18 Oct 1924
H B MICHELMORE, Mr 17 Jan 1924 SA secretary, Meadows Agricultural Show [up to 1927] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 17 Jan 1924
J MITCHELMORE, Mr 17 Aug 1918 VIC president, East Wandin Progress & Fruitgrowers’ Association Ringwood & Croydon Chronicle 23 Aug 1918
J A MICHELMORE 22 Mar 1926 QLD elected Owner's representative on Northern Coast Opposum Board Townsville Daily Bulletin 24 Mar 1926
J A MICHELMORE, jun 17 Feb 1930 QLD represented Mackay sugar manufacturers at annual conference of the Council of the Australian Sugar Producers' Association in Brisbane [also 1931-1939] Cairns Post 18 Feb 1930
J A MICHELMORE, sen 21 May 1930 QLD of Wollombi, Mackay: elected member, Graziers' Association of Central and Northern Queensland The Longreach Leader 30 May 1930
J A MICHELMORE, jun 21 May 1930 QLD of Featherstone: elected member, Graziers' Association of Central and Northern Queensland The Longreach Leader 30 May 1930
J A MICHELMORE, jun Jul 1933 QLD elected director, Racecourse Cooperative Sugar Association Ltd [also 1936, 1940] Townsville Daily Bulletin 3 Jul 1933
J MICHELMORE, jun Nov 1943 QLD stud breeder of Fort Cooper, Mackay: admitted as member, Australian Hereford Society [several further reports 1943-1947] Queensland Country Life 4 Nov 1943
John Alfred MICKELMORE 1911-1912 QLD merchant and shareholder in Plane Creek Mill: appeared before Queensland Government Committee re Central Sugar Mills in Mackay Queensland State Library
John MICHELMORE 27 Mar 1931 QLD of Fort Cooper: spoke at Mackay meeting called to form the Horse Breeders' Association of Queensland Brisbane Courier
27 Mar 1932
R S MICHELMORE Mar 1929 SA president, Male Assistants' Association The Advertiser (Adelaide) 28 Mar 1929
R J MICHELMORE, Mr Jun 1942 SA committee member, Strathalbyn Agricultural Bureau [also 1947] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 18 Jun 1942
Roland MITCHELMORE 10 Aug 1946 QLD Chairman, North Queensland Tobacco Growers' Association of Mareeba: wrote letter to the editor about growing tobacco growing industry [several similar mentions in 1946] Cairns Post 15 Aug 1946
Roland S MICHELMORE Feb 1953 SA head master, Nailsworth Primary School, and chairman, Northern Districts Public Schools Sports Association: to accompany Coronation Youth Travel party of schoolboys to Britain [further reports 1953-1954] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 20 Feb 1953
T A MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Jul 1953 SA appointed director, Falcon Gold Mines NL [no liability] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 11 Jul 1953
W H MITCHELMORE 21 May 1896 NSW ex-president, Association of Masters & Engineers of Harbour & River Steamers: member of deputation to NSW premier regarding the Navigation Act Sydney Morning Herald 22 May 1896
W A MICHELMORE, Mr Jul 1941 SA committee member, Strathalbyn Agricultural Bureau Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 9 Jul 1941
W MICHELMORE, Mr 22 Aug 1947 SA committee member, Meadows Herd Testing Association Southern Argus (Adelaide)
 28 Aug 1947
Recognition of success      
? MICHELMORE, Nurse 5 Dec 1941 SA presented with gold medal at Children's Hospital annual meeting The Advertiser (Adelaide) 6 Dec 1941
J MICHELMORE 18 Aug 1923 QLD article recounts some of his business successes Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
18 Aug 1923
J MICHELMORE, sen Nov 1937 SA with R J MICHELMORE of Strathalbyn, grew excellent crop of Baringa and Waratah wheat The Advertiser (Adelaide) 3 Dec 1937
W H MITCHELMORE, Captain 23 Jul 1930 NSW commodore, Manly ferry fleet, master of the ferry Baragoola for 8 yr, retires after more than 27 yr service with the Port Jackson and Manly Steamship Company Sydney Morning Herald 23 Jul 1930
Expert presentations and opinion pieces      
? MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Jul 1929 SA head teacher, Glencoe Primary School: outlined his plans for developing the school Border Watch (Mount Gambier) 25 Jul 1929
C MICHELMORE, Sister Feb 1947 SA demonstrated how a baby should be handled at nurse's school at the Adelaide Children's Hospital [also Jul 1949] Chronicle (Adelaide)
27 Feb 1947
H B MICHELMORE, Mr Jul 1921 SA read paper on "Colt Breaking" at meeting of the Meadows branch of the Agricultural Bureau of South Australia Chronicle (Adelaide)
9 Jul 1921
H MICHELMORE, Mr 18 Feb 1922 SA at meeting with Railways Standing Committee, supported the provision of a railway line through Meadows South The Register (Adelaide) 21 Feb 1922
H B MICHELMORE, Mr 12 Sep 1923 SA read paper on "Root Crops and their Value" at meeting of the Agricultural Bureau of South Australia [several similar reports] Chronicle (Adelaide)
9 Jul 1921
J A MITCHELMORE Aug 1934 QLD discusses crops suitable for pasturage in the Cairns -Tablelands district, reports on experiments with Guinea Grass and Wild Lucerne Cairns Post 15 Aug 1934
J A MICHELMORE, sen Jul 1938 QLD arrived Mackay 1885 to find Sensitive Plant, extols its virtues [several similar articles later] The Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton) 21 Jul 1938
J A MICHELMORE, sen Nov 1938 QLD his pasture improvements observed and extolled by visiting expert from the Department of Agriculture, Rockhampton Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
12 Nov 1938
J A MICHELMORE 12 Jul 1943 QLD transcript of evidence before the Rural Reconstruction Commission, pages 4161-4165 National Archives of Australia
Jean MICHELMORE Mar 1954 SA deplored shortage of speech therapists in South Australia News (Adelaide)
30 Mar 1954
John Alfred MICHELMORE 1915-1916 QLD merchant: appeared before Queensland Government Committee re Harbour Scheme for the port of Mackay Queensland State Library
Katherine MICHELMORE 1 May 1951 SA guest speaker at jubilee dinner of Adelaide Children's Hospital Nurses' Association The Advertiser (Adelaide) 27 Apr 1951
P MICHELMORE Nov 1951 QLD grazier of Fort Cooper, Nebo: drought proving disastrous Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
16 Nov 1951
R J MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1950 SA of Belvidere: read paper on the control of soil erosion at the Southern Districts Agricultural Bureau conference at Mount Compass Chronicle (Adelaide)
24 Aug 1950
Thomas MICHELMORE 18 Dec 1849 SA sailmaker: signed petition against proposal to remove shipping from Port Adelaide South Australian Register (Adelaide)
26 Dec 1849
Thos MICHELMORE 11 Jun 1853 SA signed a petition requesting the government to provide funds for the deepening of Port Adelaide harbour [repeated several weeks] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
11 Jun 1853
W H MITCHELMORE, Captain Jul 1910 NSW commander, Manly ferry steamer Kuring-gai: commented on lighting of Sydney Harbour Sydney Morning Herald 29 Jul 1910
W MITCHELMORE 1 Jul 1919 VIC thistle inspector, Maffra Shire Council: appeared before Council to explain case Gippsland Times
3 Jul 1919
Shows and competitions      
F A MICHELMORE Dec 1952 SA of Strathalbyn: with R J MICHELMORE, won crop competition for two-row barley Chronicle (Adelaide)
18 Dec 1952
H [B] MICHELMORE 7 Mar 1923 SA exhibited at Meadows Agricultural Show [similar reports 1912-1923] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 7 Mar 1912
J MICHELMORE 5 Oct 1899 SA exhibited at Strathalbyn Agricultural Show [also 1900-1924] Chronicle (Adelaide)
14 Oct 1899
J MICHELMORE Nov 1906 SA of Dry Plains, Strathalbyn: outstanding crops of wheat and Algerian oats at his farm Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 29 Nov 1906
J MICHELMORE 13 Aug 1909 SA paraded his sire Heart of Oak at Southern District Horse Society show Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 19 Aug 1909
J A MICHELMORE Jul 1946 QLD won several prizes for cattle at Mackay and District Show Queensland Country Life 4 Jul 1946
J T MICHELMORE Jan 1949 SA farmer, Strathalbyn: barley crop scored low in Southern Barley and Oat Competition Chronicle (Adelaide) 6 Jan 1949
J A MICHELMORE Aug 1953 QLD of Fort Cooper, Nebo: attended Hereford judging at Brisbane Royal Show Queensland Country Life 20 Aug 1953
James MICHELMORE 12 Oct 1921 SA provided special prize for draught geldings at the Strathalbyn Show Southern Argus (Port Eliot) 20 Oct 1921
P MICHELMORE 23 Jun 1954 QLD exhibited prize bulls at Mackay Show Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
24 Jun 1954
R J MICHELMORE Dec 1946 SA farmer, Strathalbyn: barley crop entered in Southern District Crop Competition [several similar reports 1946-1952] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 19 Dec 1946
T MICHELMORE 28 Feb 1901 SA won prize at Meadows Annual Show [further prizes reported up to 1913] The Register (Adelaide) 2 Mar 1901
Tenders      
C A MICHELMORE 13 Nov 1883 SA Yorke's Peninsula Road Board accepted his tender of £240 to make 80 chains of road on the Maitland and Yorketown Road The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
19 Nov 1883
J MICHELMORE 16 Sep 1859 SA tendered unsuccessfully for repairs to Port Bridge and the front of North Parade, Port Adelaide The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
19 Sep 1859
J MICHELMORE 6 Jan 1868 SA won tender to build a cutter for the schooner Flinders The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
7 Jan 1868
J MICHELMORE 6 Aug 1892 SA awarded tenders of 10s & 11s a day for horse and dray work in Curramulka and Ramsay wards, respectively, of Minlaton District South Australian Chronicle (Adelaide)
13 Aug 1892
John MITCHELMORE Apr 1866 VIC tendered for making tramway upon and supplying trucks for Semaphore Jetty South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide)
28 Apr 1866
Purchases and sales      
         
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 20 Aug 1908 QLD owner with MARTELL brothers of cattle at Christmas Hill: sold entire stock to James CLARK of Robin Hood Station for L3300 Townsville Daily Bulletin 20 Aug 1908
? MICHELMORE Nov 1929 QLD sold cattle raised at Lenton Downs Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
29 Nov 1929
A MICHELMORE Feb 1937 SA of Mount Barker: bought 15 Romney Ewes The Advertiser (Adelaide) 23 Feb 1937
Barrie MICHELMORE Oct 1952 SA sold the whole of his selected dairy herd, following expiry of his lease Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 16 Oct 1952
C A MICHELMORE 8 Feb 1877 SA of Bull's Creek, Meadows: sold all his stock and farming implements prior to moving to Yorke Peninsula Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 1 Feb 1877
C A MICHELMORE 1888-1907 SA regularly sold wool at Adelaide Wool Sales [various reports] [various newspapers]
C A MICHELMORE 17 Dec 1895 SA sold stock on his farm at Lower Meadows on giving up dairying Chronicle (Adelaide)
14 Dec 1895
C W MITCHELMORE 11 May 1923 TAS with G H MITCHELMORE, sold 136 cbk and Merino wethers for 18s 3d at Oatlands sheep sale The Mercury (Hobart) 14 May 1923
G H MITCHELMORE 11 May 1923 TAS with C W MITCHELMORE, sold 136 cbk and Merino wethers for 18s 3d at Oatlands sheep sale The Mercury (Hobart) 14 May 1923
H L C MICHELMORE Dec 1929 SA sold lambs at market The Advertiser (Adelaide) 12 Dec 1929
H L C MICHELMORE May 1937 SA of Meadows Normanville: bought 22 Romney Marsh ewes from New Zealand The Advertiser (Adelaide) 18 May 1937
J MICHELMORE 1897-1909 SA regularly sold wool at Adelaide Wool Sales [various reports] [various newspapers]
J MICHELMORE 28 Oct 1918 SA sold livestock in Adelaide [similar reports up to 1934] Chronicle (Adelaide)
28 Oct 1918
J A MICHELMORE, jun Jun 1943 QLD of Mackay: bought five stud Hereford heifers, plans to establish first-class stud to improve the Australian beef industry Queensland Country Life 1 Jul 1943
J A MICHELMORE, Mr Nov 1943 QLD of Kaigha, Mackay: using five stud heifers from Colley Creek Hereford stud, Willow Tree NSW [further purchases reported 1943-1944] Queensland Country Life 4 Nov 1943
James MICHELMORE 27 Mar 1883 SA leaving for Tasmania, sold all the stock and equipment at his farm 3 mi north of the town of Curramulka South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide)
24 Mar 1883
James MICHELMORE 28 Mar 1928 SA of Greenway Farm, 2 mi south of Strathalbyn: on giving up farming, offers his entire stock and equipment for sale Southern Argus (Port Eliot) 8 Mar 1928
Jas MICHELMORE 13 Sep 1900 SA of Strathalbyn: sold 77 ewes and lambs at Adelaide Livestock Market [many similar reports] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
14 Sep 1900
Jane MICHELMORE 2 Nov 1883 SA deceased of Meadows Creek: stock, including 1200 sheep, for sale by auction South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide)
27 Oct 1883
L J MICHELMORE, Mr Feb 1953 SA of Wirraway, Meadows: bought ewes from Cirriedale Hills stud Chronicle (Adelaide)
5 Feb 1953
P H MICHELMORE Jul 1930 NT sold oysters from lease obtained a couple of years previously -- 10 sq mi taking in the whole of Horse Shoe Reef Townsville Daily Bulletin 1 Aug 1930
T MICHELMORE 1891-1906 SA regularly sold wool at Adelaide Wool Sales [various reports] [various newspapers]
T MICHELMORE 12 Nov 1906 SA of Macclesfield: sold wool at Adelaide Wool Sales The Advertiser (Adelaide) 13 Nov 1906
Thomas MICHELMORE 1 May 1862 SA disposed of his stock in trade and book debts at Lecepede Bay to Mr W D SANDERSON South Australian Register (Adelaide)
13 May 1862
Thos MICHELMORE 4 Mar 1921 SA of Macclesfield: having sold his farm, now selling 120 sheep and other stock and equipment Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 3 Mar 1921
Advertisements      
? MICHELMORE 12 Aug 1867 SA general supplies for sale at his store in Port Adelaide [repeated] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
12 Aug 1867
F G MICHELMORE Oct 1953 SA advertised to undertake fodder conservation Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 1 Oct 1953
J MITCHELMORE Sep 1877 NSW has taken over drapery, clothing, and boot and shoe shop opposte the "Pastoral", Fitzmaurice Street, Wagga Wagga, from the late B CULLEY Wagga Wagga Advertiser 29 Sep 1877
J MITCHELMORE Aug 1884 NSW draper & outfitter of Australia House (mext Freemason's Hall), Wagga Wagga Wagga Wagga Advertiser 28 Aug 1884
J MICHELMORE 26 Aug 1909 SA of Sandergrove: offers his draught colt Young Hero as a sire at L2 5s per mare [similar notices 1911-1913] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 26 Aug 1909
Jas MICHELMORE 25 Jul 1907 SA of Sandergrove: offers his 8 year old pedigree Bright Bay Draught Horse Union Jack as a sire at L2 per mare Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 25 Jul 1907
T MICHELMORE 25 Jun 1857 SA offers a large assortment of American stoves for sale at his Ship Chandlery and General Store, Port Adelaide [repeated several weeks] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
25 Jun 1857
T MICHELMORE 2 Apr 1860 SA sail & tent maker of Port Adelaide: offered tents and equipment for the Snowy River Diggings [repeated several weeks] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
2 Apr 1860
T MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Nov 1862 SA in consequence of his removal to new premises, offers surplus stock of meat, wine & spirits, and hardware for auction at his former location, Commercial Road, Adelaide South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
10 Nov 1862
T MICHELMORE 22 Nov 1871 SA advertised for a smart, active boy to work in a general store and to drive and attend to a horse South Australian Register (Adelaide)
22 Dec 1871
Thomas MICHELMORE Oct-Dec 1849 SA advertised a new sail loft on North Parade, Port Adelaide; always on hand: tarpaulins, dray covers, sun blinds, etc. South Australian Register (Adelaide) 24 Oct 1849 etc.
Thomas MICHELMORE 11 Sep 1852 SA sailmaker of Port Adelaide: offered tents and tarpaulins for sale to parties proceeding to the Diggings [repeated] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
11 Sep 1852
Thomas MICHELMORE 16 Nov 1857 SA advertised for an assistant in the grocery business South Australian Register (Adelaide)
16 Nov 1857
Thos MICHELMORE 31 Dec 1862 SA advertised his intention to close his establishment early in future, at 7 pm every evening except Saturdays, as agreed with the Port Adelaide United Assistants' Association South Australian Register (Adelaide)
31 Dec 1862
Thomas MICHELMORE 3 Feb 1874 SA advertised ship provisions of all kinds, premises close at 6 pm daily except Saturdays [repeated several weeks] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
3 Feb 1874
Licenses and registrations      
C A MICHELMORE 1901 SA of Meadows: registered sheep brand M (red paint, off ribs) Brands Directory
C A MICHELMORE, son 1901 SA registered cattle brand 90M Brands Directory
Charles MICHELMORE 8 Jul 1854 SA of Green Hills, Kondoparinga district: brand "WM off ribs, numbers off ribs" assigned by Cattle Registry Office, Bull's Creek SA Government Gazette 13 Jul 1854
Chas A MICHELMORE 1901 SA registered cattle brand 57A Brands Directory
Ernest Horace MICHELMORE 20 Apr 1898 QLD of Mount McDonald: registered cattle brand N4F Queensland Horse & Cattle Brands 1872-1899 [CD]
Ernest Horace MICHELMORE 25 Aug 1899 QLD of Percyville: registered cattle brand N4F Queensland Horse & Cattle Brands 1872-1899 [CD]
G MITCHELMORE 1875 VIC Colac: licenses under Section 47 approved VIC Government Gazette
John Alfred MICHELMORE 22 Nov 1899 QLD registered cattle brand A0C Queensland Horse & Cattle Brands 1872-1899 [CD]
Thomas MICHELMORE 25 Mar 1857 SA of Commercial Road, Port Adelaide: granted storekeeper's licence [renewed annually 1858 - 1881] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
25 Mar 1857
Thomas MICHELMORE 24 Dec 1860 SA Marine Surveyors', Ships, and Cargoes' Guarantees, Port Adelaide SA State Archives
Thomas MICHELMORE 27 Feb 1861 SA Marine Surveyors', Ships, and Cargoes' Guarantees, Port Adelaide SA State Archives
Thomas MICHELMORE 1901 SA registered cattle brand TM5 for use at Glenbanks, Meadows Brands Directory
Wm MICHELMORE 1 Jul 1853 SA issued depasturing licence for 116 [cows?] in Nooriootpa Hundred South Australian Register (Adelaide)
26 Jul 1853
William MICHELMORE 8 Jul 1854 SA of Meadows, Kondoparinga district: brand "WM off ribs, numbers off ribs" assigned by Cattle Registry Office, Bull's Creek SA Government Gazette 13 Jul 1854
Wm MICHELMORE 25 Jun 1851 SA has taken out annual Pasturage Certificate for 36 cattle in the Kuitpo hundred SA Government Gazette 26 Jun 1851
Travel and movements      
? MUCHMORE, Mr Oct 1885 VIC moved to Beachport SA with his fishing boats and gear Portland Guardian
9 Oct 1885
? MOUCHEMORE 6 Aug 2004 WA "Amongst these [non-goldminers who moved to Western Australia seeking a better life] were the Mouchemore family from Victoria. They arrived in 1826 [sic] at Albany on a steamer with their two 26 foot fishing boats Wildflower and Wild Wave as deck cargo. Their decision to move west was in part prompted by depressed Victorian prices, and catch-quotas imposed by the Queenscliff Fishermen's Union in an attempt to control the market. Wildflower is still in use and can be seen moored at Albany, below the Amity replica." A lecture given by Paul Weaver in 1999 in Fremantle
J MICHELMORE 14 Jan 1931 WA stores superintendant, Adelaide Steamship Company, Port Adelaide: arrived Fremantle aboard MV Manunda The West Australian
(Perth) 15 Jan 1931
Les MOUCHEMORE 6 Aug 2004 WA "One of the kids, Les Mouchemore was in his mid-eighties when I interviewed him in 1998. He was one of WA’s respected fishing elders. He and several others on the southern coast contributed to An oral history of fishing on south coast estuaries, a commissioned project which I undertook for the state and federal governments." A lecture given by Paul Weaver in 1999 in Fremantle
P H MICHELMORE, Mr 14 Jan 1931 WA stores superintendant, Adelaide Steamship Company: returned to Port Adelaide from Fremantle aboard MV Manunda [other local trips reported 1931, 1933] The West Australian
 
(Perth) 15 Jan 1931
P H MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Mar 1934 WA in service of the Adelaide Steamship Company for 34 yr, stores superintendant: to leave for England to select passenger equipment for their new motor vessel Manoora, to be accompanied by his son The Advertiser (Adelaide) 12 Mar 1934
P H MICHELMORE, Mr 24 May 1937 WA left for Perth to take over the management of the company in Western Australia temporarily The Advertiser (Adelaide) 21 May 1937
Other      
? MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Jun 1861 SA opening of his store in a commodious wooden building in Lacapede Bay celebrated by a supper and ball at the Kingston Arms South Australian Register (Adelaide)
29 Jun 1861
? MUCHMORE, Mr 1883-1884 VIC his goods shipped from Melbourne to Portland [several reports] Portland Guardian
? MUCHMORE, Mr Mar 1885 VIC formerly of Queenscliff: fishing boat being built for him in Melbourne Portland Guardian
20 Mar 1885
? MICHELMORE, Mr 7 Mar 1893 NSW legal manager, Hillgrove & Armidale Waterpower Electric Company: met miners who support the company, which will supply power to businesses for lighting South Australian Chronicle (Adelaide)
11 Mar 1893
? MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Apr 1897 NSW representative, Electric Light & Power Supply Company: following drought, hired engine plant to generate electricity for Hillgrove and mining operations in the area by steam instead of water power Evening News (Sydney) 21 Apr 1897
? MITCHELMORE Nov 1908 NSW with McKINNON and party, obtained 2 ton 8 cwt of tin in crushing at Torrington battery, Emmaville Sydney Morning Herald
5 Nov 1908
? MICHELMORE, Mr Feb 1916 QLD dissected the Racecourse Mill Balance Sheet to show that, when the appropriate adjustments were made, the true profit was quite different than that reported Townsville Daily Bulletin 1 Mar 1916
? MOUCHEMORE, Capt 17 Jun 1915 VIC captain of the military launch Mars, escorted fishing boats belonging to W MOUCHEMORE and others back to shore during a heavy ocean Queenscliff Sentinel
19 Jun 1915
? MICHELMORE, Mr 3 Oct 1924 QLD his founding partner in J Michelmore & Co, William BAGLEY, died in Brisbane aged 80 The Western Champion (Barcaldine)
11 Oct 1924
? MICHELMORE, Mr 20 Apr 1928 NT sailed from Darwin for Daly River with a cargo of stores and bags for the peanut crop of the primary producers Northern Standard (Darwin) 20 Apr 1928
? MOUCHEMORE brothers 27 Jan 1946 WA professional fishermen: caught two large tuna weighing 230 lb gross in Princess Royal Harbour, Albany The West Australian
(Perth) 31 Jan 1946
Alex MITCHELMORE May 1906 VIC has taken over the billiard room at Wright's Maffra hotel The Maffra Spectator
10 May 1906
Barney MOUCHEMORE 18 Jan 1935 WA with father Harry, caught the two largest tunny fish yet caught in the State, weighing 230 lb and 198 lb Western Argus (Kalgoorlie) 22 Jan 1935
C A MICHELMORE, jun 11 Aug 1877 SA asked the Kondoparinga Council to close useless road crossing his land [several similar requests recorded] South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail (Adelaide)
18 Aug 1877
Elkanah MICHELMORE Nov 1848 TAS built the schooner Union from timber obtained on his own land at North West Bay The Argus (Melbourne)
7 Nov 1848
Ernie MICHELMORE 1886-1904 QLD did not have much schooling; first job probably at Reedy Springs working for Frank ANNING; Mar-Nov 1895 drove herd of 1150 bullocks from Oak Park QLD about 3000 km to market in Wadonga NSW; moved to Gilberton area, had contract for pack horse mail service from Lyndhurst to Gilberton, excellent horse and cattle man J H Letherbridge, The Michelmores of Gilberton, 1990
G MITCHELMORE, Mr 24 Dec 1898 NSW employee of G & C ATTWOOD: proposed toast at farewell function for C E ATTWOOD Cootamundra Herald
31 Dec 1898
G MICHELMORE Jan 1908 NSW with J M'KINNON and C SMITH, making good returns from a wolfram mine at Stain's Creek and a tin mine at Glen Creek, both near Emmaville Sydney Morning Herald (24 Jan 1908)
Harry MOUCHEMORE 18 Jan 1935 WA with son Barney, caught the two largest tunny fish yet caught in the State, weighing 230 lb and 198 lb Western Argus (Kalgoorlie) 22 Jan 1935
Harry Batisti MOUCHEMORE 17 Dec 1967 VIC helped search for Australian Prime Minister Harold Holt, who disappeared while swimming off Portsea's Cheviot Beach Wooden Boat 2004
J MITCHELMORE, Mr Apr 1870 SA new cutter being built at his yard at Lefevre's Peninsula, Port Adelaide by Mitchelmore & Poulis South Australian Register (Adelaide)
1 Apr 1870
J MITCHELMORE Dec 1912 VIC shire herdsman: salary reduced by 15% Maffra Spectator
9 Dec 1912
J A MICHELMORE 1925 QLD of Byerwen Station, Nebo: owns 3,992 cattle Australian Pastoral Directory
J A MITCHELMORE 14 Dec 1938 VIC shire herdsman: reported death of cows after eating gum leaves [many similar reports 1928-1938] The Argus (Melbourne) 14 Dec 1938
J MITCHELMORE 22 Nov 1952 TAS head teacher, Ravensdale State School: organised fair in aid of school funds The Mercury (Hobart) 26 Nov 1952
Jack MITCHELMORE 14 Dec 1938 VIC in charge of the Maffra syndicate paddock known as "Knights": found horses and pigs poisoned Tratalgon Record
8 Jan 1926
Jean MICHELMORE 1948 SA in first appointment after completing diploma, set up a speech clinic at Ballarat Base Hospital VIC News (Adelaide)
18 Jan 1949
Jimmy MICHELMORE 20 Dec 1906 SA his farm at Strathalbyn has prime oats growing but the wheat has a piebald appearance Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 20 Dec 1906
L J MICHELMORE, Mr 11 Mar 1924 SA Inspector of Excise: visited Waikerie Distillery, Murray River Murray Pioneer & Australian River Record (Renmark) 14 Mar 1924
M MUCHMORE 28 Apr 1888 VIC agreed to close his establishment at 1 pm during the winter Queenscliff Sentinel
28 Apr 1888
Peggy MICHELMORE 2013 QLD together with her father and family, founded the TravelUS travel management company TravelUS
Peter MICHELMORE 17 Oct 1950 SA published whole page article about an Adelaide youth who spent 2½ years hitch-hiking around Europe [several further articles 1950] Barrier Miner (Broken Hill NSW) 17 Oct 1950
Philip Ching MICHELMORE 1874 QLD teamster working with bullock and horse teams in Dawson Valley [SE of Rockhampton]; moved to Pentland, the temporary terminus of a rail line to be built through Charters Towers (where gold was being mined) from Townsville; made good living with haulage for local cattle stations and carting sleepers for the railway; later moved to Charters Towers J. H. Letherbridge, The Michelmores of Gilberton, 1990
R St G MITCHELMORE 18 Jan 1934 QLD asked for 12 mo leave of absence to find work in Brisbane [1933 tobacco crop was a complete failure] QLD State Archives
R J MICHELMORE Nov 1937 SA with J MICHELMORE sen of Strathalbyn, grew excellent crop of Baringa and Waratah wheat [many similar reports 1938-1954] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 3 Dec 1937
R St G MITCHELMORE 11 Feb 1938 QLD letter to Land Agent: "after some six years of privation and struggling and loss of L700 I found it necessary to abandon [the land] ... And wish to forfeit same irrevocably" QLD State Archives
R J MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Nov 1948 SA his 9-acre linseed crop dusted by a Tiger Moth, the first time an aircraft had been used in South Australia for pest control [another report shows that DDT was used] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 11 Nov 1948
S MITCHELMORE 1876 VIC built Mr A GERRAND's new store in Maffra Gippsland Times
27 Sep 1876
S M MOUCHEMORE 27 Jan 1916 VIC skipper of the Mars: presented with a case of pipes by the ladies of the Teachers' School in appreciation for his courtesy in connection with two trips arranged for the teachers' pleasure Queenscliff Sentinel
29 Jan 1916
S MITCHELMORE 5 May 1941 VIC son of J A MITCHELMORE, worker at Stratford Post Office: to relieve assistant postmaster at Maffra Post Office Gippsland Times
5 May 1941
T MICHELMORE 1858-1878 SA received frequent shipments of goods at Port Adelaide [various reports, also under initial J and forename Thos or Thomas] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
T MICHELMORE 1878-1900 SA frequently asked Kondoparinga council for work to be done on roads near his farm various
T MICHELMORE Dec 1901 SA of Wattle Bank Farm: his crop of field peas represented a return of 8860 per cent from each seed Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 5 Dec 1901
T MICHELMORE Jul 1934 QLD moved 130 of his bullocks from Prairie to Merinda Meatworks The Northern Miner (Charters Towers)
14 Jul 1934
Thomas MICHELMORE 5 May 1852 SA received consignment of 5 oz 10 dwt of gold from John SANSON SA State Archives
Thos MICHELMORE 13 Jan 1879 SA denies that his business is called "T Michelmore & Son" South Australian Register (Adelaide)
16 Jan 1879
Thomas MICHELMORE 1 Jan 1903 SA of Wattle Bank: warns people to keep themselves and their animals off his land Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 1 Jan 1903
Vivian John MICHELMORE 19 Aug 1924 SA salesman of North Unley: applicant for formation of company The Register (Adelaide) 19 Aug 1924
W MITCHELMORE Sep 1884 VIC started a mail coach service between Maffra and Sale [also 1886] The Maffra Spectator
25 Sep 1884
W A MICHELMORE, Mr Dec 1947 SA field officer, Department of Agriculture: judged crop competitions [also 1948-1954] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 5 Dec 1947
W A MICHELMORE, Mr Nov 1953 SA project officer, Minnipa: to become agricultural adviser at Streaky Bay, responsible for Upper Eyre Peninsula (several more reports 1953-1954] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 13 Nov 1953
Political activities
Name Dates State Information Source
? MICHELMORE 11 May 1875 SA member of delegation to mayor to protest against plans for Carlton and James Streets South Australian Register (Adelaide)
12 May 1875
? MICHELMORE 16 Nov 1887 NSW appointed secretary to committee to elect W P MANNING to Bourke Ward [later advert gives his initials as C F M] Sydney Morning Herald 17 Nov 1887
? MITCHELMORE 5 Feb 1898 TAS Spring Bay Roads Trustee [similar reports 1892-1902] The Mercury (Hobart) 31 Jan 1891
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 18 Aug 1913 SA elected committee member, Meadows South branch of the Liberal Union The Advertiser (Adelaide) 21 Aug 1913
B B MOUCHEMORE, Cr Nov 1920 WA elected to Albany Municipal Council as councillor for East Ward The West Australian

 
(Perth) 26 Nov 1920
B B MOUCHEMORE, Cr 28 Sep 1922 WA voted in special meeting of the Albany Municipal Council Albany Advertiser
30 Sep 1922
C MITCHELMORE 1871-1872 SA member, Kondaparinga District Council [several reports] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
C F MICHELMORE 27 Apr 1889 NSW elected member of the Australian Economic Association Sydney Morning Herald
5 Dec 1888
C F M MICHELMORE 27 Apr 1889 NSW elected to executive council of the NSW Land Nationalisation League Sydney Morning Herald 29 Apr 1889
C F M MICHELMORE 22 Jul 1889 NSW wrote letter to the editor concerning land ownership Sydney Morning Herald 29 Apr 1889
C F MICHELMORE 29 Jan 1890 NSW elected treasurer of the Single Tax League [several further reports] Sydney Morning Herald 30 Jan 1890
C F MICHELMORE 6 Apr 1891 NSW chaired a meeting in the Temperance Hall, Pitt Street, at which Mr Frank COTTON spruiked his candidacy for a vacancy in the East Sydney electorate Sydney Morning Herald 13 Feb 1891
C F M MICHELMORE 12 Jun 1891 NSW on platform for meeting of South Sydney freetrade politicians held at the New Masonic Hall Sydney Morning Herald 13 Jun 1891
Carl GUNTHER 9Aug1861 SA signed petition to request public meeting to discuss recent decisions of Mr Justice BOOTHBY The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
10 Aug 1861
Charles Frederick Moore MICHELMORE 5 Feb 1890 NSW property agent of Woolwich Road, Hunter's Hill: nominated for the Central Ward of the Borough of Hunter's Hill Sydney Morning Herald
5 Feb 1890
H E MITCHELMORE 30 Apr 1901 NSW elected trustee and committee member of newly-formed Wagga branch of the Australian Natives' Association Sydney Morning Herald
1 May 1901
H MICHELMORE 18 Aug 1913 SA elected committee member, Meadows South branch of the Liberal Union [re-elected 1914] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 21 Aug 1913
Hurtle MICHELMORE 12 Aug 1915 SA elected secretary, Meadows South branch of the Liberal Union The Advertiser (Adelaide) 14 Aug 1915
J MICHELMORE 21 Jun 1890 SA nominated for Dashwood’s Gully Ward, Kondoparinga District Council South Australian Chronicle (Adelaide)
21 Jun 1890
J MITCHELMORE 6 Jun 1912 SA elected committee member, Macclesfield Liberal Union The Register (Adelaide) 10 Jun 1912
J A MICHELMORE, sen Apr 1937 QLD of Homefield, Mackay: hosted visit by Mr C G LATHAM, leader of the opposition in the Western Australian Assembly Townsville Daily Bulletin 30 Apr 1937
John MITCHELMORE 31 Aug 1917 VIC defeated for seat on Lillydale Shire Council [northeast of Melbourne] Reporter (Box Hill)
31 Aug 1917
L A MITCHELMORE 1943-1946 TAS member of Spring Bay Council [various reports] The Mercury (Hobart)
Lewis MITCHELMORE Jul 1940 TAS elected to fill vacancy on Spring Bay municipal council The Mercury (Hobart) 13 Jul 1940
M MICHELMORE 27 Nov 1886 NSW secretary to committee to elect Mr C E JEANNERET to seat of Bourke [repeated 17 Mar 1887 when election repeated due to an irregularity] Sydney Morning Herald 27 Nov 1886
M MICHELMORE 4 Aug 1890 NSW signed letter requesting Mr C E JEANNERET, mayor of Hunter's Hill, to call a public meeting of ratepayers to enable them to give an expression of opinion on the present state of Municipal affairs Sydney Morning Herald 16 Aug 1890
P MITCHELMORE 28 Sep 1897 TAS member of Spring Bay Fruit Board The Mercury (Hobart) 31 Jan 1891
Peter MITCHELMORE 12 Feb 1905 TAS nominated for vacancy on Spring Bay Municipal Council [not elected] The Mercury (Hobart) 13 Feb 1905
Peter MITCHELMORE Oct 1909 TAS at meeting held in his residence at Little Swanport, elected chairman of new branch of the Liberal League The Mercury (Hobart) 23 Oct 1909
R MICHELMORE 19 Apr 1860 QLD signed letter requesting William Francis KENNEDY to stand as representative of the district of Maranoa in first Queensland parliament Moreton Bay Courier (Brisbane) 19 Apr 1860
T MICHELMORE Apr 1851 VIC of Port Adelaide: added to Mr GILES's election committee South Australian Register (Adelaide)
22 Apr 1851
T MICHELMORE, Mr 1857-1858 SA Assessor, Port Adelaide Municipal Council The Argus (Melbourne) 10 Apr 1858
T MICHELMORE Sep 1871 SA supported Philip SANTO for election to the South Australian Legislative Council South Australian Register (Adelaide)
29 Sep 1871
T MICHELMORE 12 Oct 1871 SA supported Mr J FORMBY for re-election as mayor of Adelaide South Australian Register (Adelaide)
13 Oct 1871
T MICHELMORE 8 Feb 1909 SA member of committee of newly established branch of the Australasian National League in Macclesfield The Register (Adelaide) 13 Feb 1909
T S MITCHELMORE 1 Jun 1937 TAS member of Glamorgan Council [similar reports up to 1941] The Mercury (Hobart)
3 Jun 1937
Thomas MICHELMORE 18 Mar 1851 SA of Port Adelaide district: signed petition requesting meeting with Mr GILES, candidate for District Representative South Australian Register (Adelaide)
22 Mar 1851
Thomas MICHELMORE 13 Feb 1854 SA signed petition protesting against the composition of the Upper House in the proposed South Australian Parliament South Australian Register (Adelaide)
13 Feb 1854
Thomas MICHELMORE 1 Dec 1859 SA stood for election to the Port Adelaide municipal election, unsuccessful South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
2 Dec 1859
Thomas MICHELMORE Dec 1861 SA grocer: stood for election to the Port Adelaide municipal election, unsuccessful South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
3 Dec 1861
Thos MICHELMORE 1 Nov 1862 SA signed a letter requesting John HART to nominate for election to the South Australian House of Assembly South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide)
1 Nov 1862
Thos MICHELMORE May 1863 SA signed a letter requesting John BAKER to nominate for election to the South Australian Legislative Council South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide)
1 Jul 1863
Thos MICHELMORE 30 Oct 1863 SA signed a letter requesting Francis REYNOLDS to nominate for election as mayor of Adelaide South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide)
30 Oct 1863
Thomas MICHELMORE Jan 1865 SA signed a letter requesting Henry Edward DOWNER to nominate for election as member for Port Adelaide in the House of Assembly South Australian Register (Adelaide)
1 Feb 1865
Thos MICHELMORE Jan 1865 SA signed a letter requesting David BOWER to nominate for election as member for Port Adelaide in the House of Assembly The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
7 Feb 1865
Thos MICHELMORE Jun 1866 SA signed a letter requesting J W SMITH Esq to nominate for election as member for Port Adelaide in the House of Assembly The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
23 Jun 1866
Thos MICHELMORE Jun 1866 SA signed a letter requesting H KENT HUGHES Esq to nominate for election as member for Port Adelaide in the House of Assembly The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
17 Jul 1866
Thos MICHELMORE Jul 1867 SA signed a letter requesting John CROZIER to nominate for election as member for the South Australian Legislative Council The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
25 Jul 1866
Thomas MICHELMORE 1 Dec 1868 SA elected to the Port Adelaide Corporation [several subsequent reports of his presence at and contribution to Corporation meetings] The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
1 Dec 1868
Thos MICHELMORE Mar 1870 SA signed a letter requesting John HART to nominate for election to the South Australian Parliament South Australian Register (Adelaide)
14 Mar 1870
Thomas MICHELMORE 1 Sep 1870 SA resigned from Port Adelaide Corporation, circumstances in connection with his business arrangements compelled him to tender his resignation South Australian Register (Adelaide)
3 Sep 1870
Thomas MICHELMORE 19 Feb 1874 SA publically supported W QUIN Esq as one of the members for Port Adelaide South Australian Register (Adelaide)
19 Feb 1874
Thomas MICHELMORE 28 Jun 1886 SA elected unopposed as Willunga District Councillor for Meadows Ward [many meetings reports up to The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
30 Jun 1886
Thos MICHELMORE 8 Oct 1889 SA signed a letter requesting Henry PURVIS to nominate for election to the Port Adelaide Council South Australian Register (Adelaide)
8 Oct 1889
Trevor MITCHELMORE 27 May 1937 TAS of Little Swanport: elected to fill vacancy in the South Ward of the Glamorgan Council The Mercury (Hobart) 28 May 1937
W N MICHELMORE, Mr 23 May 1929 SA committee member, Tusmore branch of the Liberal Federation The Advertiser (Adelaide) 29 May 1929
W N MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1945 SA elected President, Tusmore branch of the Liberal & Country League The Advertiser (Adelaide) 29 May 1930
William MICHELMORE 18 Mar 1851 VIC of West Torrens district: signed protest against the decision of the chairman of a public meeting on whether a motion on the choice of District Representative had been passed South Australian Register (Adelaide)
19 Mar 1851
Churches, church organisations, lodges and friendly societies
Name Dates State Information Source
? MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Apr 1862 SA Port Adelaide delegate to the annual meeting of the Congregational Union of South Australia [also 1865-1885] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
18 Apr 1862
? MICHELMORE, Mr 21 Jan 1877 SA deacon, Port Congregational Church: carried coffin at minister's funeral South Australian Register (Adelaide)
27 Jan 1877
? MITCHELMORE, Mrs 8 Aug 1931 NSW president, St John's Churchwomen's Union Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) 8 Aug 1931
? MITCHELMORE, Mr Jun 1942 VIC former leader of Yalloura Cub Pack: farewelled on removal to Morwell Morwell Advertiser
4 Jun 1942
A MICHELMORE, Miss 27 May 1886 NSW meeting of Christ Church St Laurence parishioners called to consider how to show appreciation and thankfulness for her labours Sydney Morning Herald 27 May 1886
A MICHELMORE, Bro 26 Aug 1944 NSW Noble Grand: chairman, Abermain Lodge of the Manchester Unity Independent Order of Oddfellows The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder 1 Sep 1944
A MICHELMORE, Mrs Oct 1950 SA committee member, Meadows Band of Hope Society Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 19 Oct 1950
A MICHELMORE, Mr Sep 1951 NSW assisted in renovation of Abermain Presbyterian Church The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder 1 21 Sep 1951
B MOUCHEMORE, Bro 23 Jun 1914 VIC Past Chief Ruler, Pilot Tent (Juniors) of the Independent Order of Rechabites Queenscliff Sentinel
27 Jun 1914
B MOUCHEMORE 4 Sep 1918 WA elected to committee of the Albany Young Men's Club Albany Advertiser
11 Sep 1918
Carl E M GUNTHER 14 Jan 1923 VIC Rover mate, First Comanaray (NSW) Troop: presented with Medal of Merit for good service at Boy Scouts Corroboree in Melbourne The Mercury (Hobart) 15 Jan 1923
Charles MICHELMORE 1854 SA contributed 5s towards cost of erecting a Catholic Cathedral in Adelaide South Australian Register (Adelaide)
2 Sep 1854
Colin MICHELMORE Dec 1948 SA member, Prospect Hill Boy Scouts Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 23 Dec 1948
D MOUCHEMORE, Bro Mar 1893 VIC member of the Queenscliff Court of the Ancient Order of Foresters Queenscliff Sentinel
11 Mar 1893
D MITCHELMORE Mar 1947 VIC of Morwell: graduated from cub to scout Morwell Advertiser
27 Mar 1947
D MITCHELMORE Mar 1954 VIC vestryman, St Mary's Church of England, Morwell Morwell Advertiser
4 Mar 1954
Deane MICHELMORE Dec 1948 SA member, Prospect Hill Boy Scouts [further reports 1948-1951] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 23 Dec 1948
Don MITCHELMORE 14 Dec 1947 VIC awarded Intermediate Boys' prize at Annual Sunday School Festival at St Mary's Church of England, Morwell Morwell Advertiser
4 Mar 1954
Eric MICHELMORE Jul 1913 SA Macclesfield Congregational Church: awarded an intermediate division second class certificate in the Sunday School Union examinations The Advertiser (Adelaide) 15 Sep 1913
G MITCHELMORE, Mr 186x VIC prominent in the early history of the Methodist Church in Colac Colac Herald
12 Oct 1888
H MICHELMORE 10 Dec 1906 SA secretary, Meadows Christian Endeavour Society The Advertiser (Adelaide) 13 Dec 1906
H MICHELMORE 10 May 1909 SA gave an address at meeting of the Bull's Creek Guild Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 13 May 1909
H B MICHELMORE, Bro 9 Mar 1922 SA secretary, Independent Order of Rechabites Pioneer Tent, Bull's Creek [also 1923-1934] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 9 Mar 1922
H E MITCHELMORE, Mrs 24 Oct 1932 NSW secretary, St John's Churchwomen's Union Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) 25 Oct 1932
H E MITCHELMORE Mar 1938 NSW churchwarden, St John's Church of England, Wagga Wagga Albury Banner & Wodonga Express
1 Apr 1938
J MITCHELMORE 20 Nov 1880 NSW secretary, Wagga Wagga Presbyterian Church Wagga Wagga Advertiser 20 Nov 1880
J MOUCHEMORE Mar 1918 VIC president, Protestant Federation Queenscliff Sentinel
23 Mar 1918
J MOUCHEMORE 6 Jun 1918 VIC re-elected president of the Protestant Federation Queenscliff Sentinel
8 Jun 1918
J L MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Oct 1927 SA at diamond jubilee celebrations of Semaphore Methodist Church, remembered as a past secretary, treasurer or trustee The Register (Adelaide) 6 Oct 1927
June MICHELMORE, Miss Oct 1950 SA pianist and committee member, Meadows Band of Hope Society Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 19 Oct 1950
Ken MICHELMORE Jun 1954 SA participated in Prospect Hill Cubs and Scouts "Bobs for Jobs" campaign Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 24 Jun 1954
L MICHELMORE 8 Feb 1930 SA trust secretary, Renmark Methodist Church [further reports 1930-1931] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 8 Feb 1930
L MICHELMORE 21 Dec 1947 SA conducted Christmas service at Meadows [similar reports in 1948] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 24 Dec 1947
L MICHELMORE 19 Sep 1948 SA member of Prospect Hill Church Trust Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 23 Sep 1948
L MICHELMORE 22 Apr 1951 SA elected to committee of Meadows branch of the British & Foreign Bible Society Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 26 Apr 1951
M MITCHELMORE Mar 1947 VIC Morwell cub master Morwell Advertiser
27 Mar 1947
M MITCHELMORE Mar 1954 VIC vestryman & parish nominator, St Mary's Church of England, Morwell Morwell Advertiser
4 Mar 1954
Moore MICHELMORE 5 Feb 1887 NSW candidate for auditor in Hunter's Hill Borough Council elections Sydney Morning Herald 2 Feb 1887
R S MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Dec 1945 SA lay preacher at Gawler Presbyterian church [similar reports 1946-1948] Bunyip (Gawler)
7 Dec 1945
Simon MOUCHEMORE 2008 WA Lord Prior & Commander of Western Australian Commandery, Equestrian Order of the Golden Hart Officer of the Equestrian Order of the Golden Hart
T MITCHELMORE May 1937 TAS churchwarden, All Saints' Church, Swansea The Mercury (Hobart) 31 May 1937
Thomas MICHELMORE 16 Jul 1867 SA deacon & trustee, Port Adelaide Congregational Church: present at laying of foundation stone for new church building The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
23 Jun 1866
Thomas MICHELMORE 12 Nov 1899 SA at jubilee of the Port Adelaide Congregational Church, named among the pioneer
 members [many other references to him in connection with this church from 1862]
South Australian Register (Adelaide)
15 Nov 1889
W MOUCHEMORE, Bro 5 Nov 1914 VIC nominated for position of guardian in the Lighthouse Tent of the Independent Order of Rechabites [also Junior Supervisor in May 1914] Queenscliff Sentinel
7 Nov 1914
W T MICHELMORE 28 Feb 1919 QLD elected to Sarina Shire Council [also May 1924] The Brisbane Courier
4 Mar 1919
W MICHELMORE, Mr 27 Jan 1921 SA elected auditor, Port Adelaide Institute [similar reports 1922-1936] The Register (Adelaide) 29 Jan 1921
Community service

The following table lists records relating to leadership of community organisations, recognition of service to the community, Justices of the Peace, representations on community concerns, charitable contributions and other community activities.

Name Date State Item Source
Leadership of community organisations      
? MITCHELMORE 19 Aug 1879 NSW treasurer, Wagga Horticultural Society Wagga Wagga Advertiser 20 Aug 1879
? MITCHELMORE 18 Jan 1907 NSW resigned as Hon Treasurer of the M P & A Association after 10 yr service Wagga Wagga Express 19 Jan 1907
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 2 Jun 1911 SA member of committee formed to organise Macclesfield's Coronation Day celebrations Southern Argus (Adelaide)
 8 Jun 1911
? MITCHELMORE, Mrs 2 Jun 1916 NSW vice-president, Wagga Red Cross League [president 1917-1921] Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) 3 Jun 1916
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 23 Jul 1929 SA president, fundraising committee, Glencoe Primary School Border Watch (Mount Gambier) 25 Jul 1929
A MICHELMORE, Mr Feb 1934 SA elected to board of management of the Victor Harbour volunteer fire brigade [further reports 1935-1938] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 20 Feb 1934
A MICHELMORE, Mrs Oct 1954 SA acting president, Meadows branch of the MBHA [Mothers and Babies Health Association] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 21 Oct 1954
B B MOUCHEMORE 1920 WA chairman, Albany Returned Soldiers' League [several similar reports 1920-1922] Albany Advertiser
14 Jul 1920
B B MOUCHEMORE 3 Oct 1921 WA presented with a suitcase and travelling rug as a memento of two years as chairman of the Albany branch of the Returned Servicemen's League Albany Advertiser
5 Oct 1921
B MOUCHEMORE, Mrs 1 Jul 1936 WA elected treasurer of the Cottesloe RSL Auxilliary The West Australian
 (Perth) 6 Jul 1936
B H MICHELMORE Feb 1940 ACT c/- Bank of Australia, Civic Centre, Canberra: treasurer, Queen of Sport appeal The Canberra Times
28 Feb 1940
Bert MICHELMORE 20 Nov 1951 SA appointed deputy supervisor, Strathalbyn & District Fire Fighting Association [also 1953] Southern Argus (Adelaide)
 22 Nov 1951
C F M MICHELMORE 18 Feb 1891 NSW candidate for election to the committee of the Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts Sydney Morning Herald
7 Apr 1891
C F M MICHELMORE 27 May 1895 NSW secretary, Field of Mars Tramway Committee Sydney Morning Herald 15 Jun 1895
C MITCHELMORE 13 Feb 1900 NSW chaired a meeting of the Balmain Social and Amusement Society, at which a committee was set up to arrange a farewell function for Balmain residents proceeding to the front in South Africa Sydney Morning Herald 15 Feb 1901
Darren MOUCHEMORE 2003-2004 WA appointed Commander of the Order of St John St John Ambulance
Deane MICHELMORE Aug 1954 SA treasurer of committee formed to erect memorial children's playground in Prospect Hill The Advertiser (Adelaide) 26 Aug 1954
F MICHELMORE, Mrs Jul 1938 SA committee member, women's branch, Strathalbyn Agricultural Bureau [also 1947-1952] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 16 Jul 1938
G MITCHELMORE, Mr 14 Sep 1892 NSW elected secretary of the Half Holiday Association Cootamundra Herald
21 Sep 1892
George Mitchelmore HITCHCOCK 1866 VIC appointed to the Board of Visitors for the Geelong Industrial Schools Victoria Government Gazette 16 Jan 1866
H E MITCHELMORE 1893-1903 NSW member, Wagga Wagga School of Arts Committee [vice-president 1898-1903, president 1917-1921] Wagga Wagga Advertiser
[various issues]
H E MITCHELMORE Dec 1905 NSW treasurer, Wagga District Bush Fires Relief Fund Sydney Morning Herald 30 Dec 1905
H MITCHELMORE 1893-1911 NSW member, Wagga Wagga Hospital Committee [vice-president 1899-1902, treasurer 1903-1908, president 1909-1911] Wagga Wagga Advertiser
[various issues]
H E MITCHELMORE, Mr 29 Jun 1921 NSW elected to committee of newly formed Wagga Musical Society Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) 21 Jun 1921
H E MITCHELMORE, Mr 12 Dec 1922 NSW president, Patents and Citizens' Association, Wagga Public School Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) 12 Dec 1922
H E MITCHELMORE, Mr 12 Jul 1923 NSW turned down request by Wagga citizens for a public meeting to express their appreciation for him s a townsman and borough solicitor Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) 12 Jul 1923
H E MITCHELMORE 30 Jul 1928 NSW vice-president, NSW Employers' Federation, Wagga: led delegation to request mayor to secure the appointment of a superintendant of police [similar report1928] Sydney Morning Herald 30 Jul 1928
H E MITCHELMORE 1929-1931 NSW president, Wagga Rotary Club Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) [various issues]
H MICHELMORE Oct 1947 SA elected treasurer of committee formed to build a Memorial Hall at Prospect Hill Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 9 Oct 1947
H B MICHELMORE Aug 1950 SA elected secretary of committee formed to build a Memorial Hall at Prospect Hill The Advertiser (Adelaide) 9 Aug 1950
H B MICHELMORE, Mrs Jul 1951 SA elected president, Prospect Hill CWA Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 26 Jul 1951
J MITCHELMORE 1880-1887 NSW member, Wagga Hospital committee Wagga Wagga Advertiser [various issues]
J MITCHELMORE, Mr 3 Feb 1887 NSW resigned from Cootamundra hospital committee [re-elected 1888, secretary 1889] Cootamundra Herald
9 Feb 1887
J MITCHELMORE 16 Oct 1896 QLD elected to committee of the Mackay District Hospital The Brisbane Courier 17 Oct 1896
J MITCHELMORE, Mr 1918 VIC committee member, Maffra Returned Soldiers' League: organised collection to purchase a battleplane, but collections declared illegal and money returned Gippsland Times
21 Apr 1938
J MICHELMORE, sen May 1940 QLD elected patron, Royal Society of St George Townsville Daily Bulletin 22 May 1940
J F M MITCHELMORE, Mr 25 Feb 1954 TAS elected vice-president, Glenorchy RSL The Mercury (Hobart) 27 Feb 1954
James MICHELMORE 28 Sep 1883 SA member of the reception committee for the SA Governor's visit to Prince Alfred Sailors' Home, Port Adelaide South Australian Register (Adelaide) 29 Sep 1883
Jean MICHELMORE 4 Jul 1950 SA elected to committee of Adelaide Ex-Servicewomen's Club The Advertiser (Adelaide) 5 Jul 1950
Jean MICHELMORE Jun 1952 SA president, National Council of Women The Mail (Adelaide)
7 Jun 1952
Lindsay J MICHELMORE 27 May 1914 SA secretary, Port Pirie Young Men’s Association: read welcome address to the new SA Governor on the occasion of his visit to the city Port Pirie Recorder & North Western Mail
28 May 1914
M MITCHELMORE 15 Mar 1949 VIC elected to the Morwell State School Committee Morwell Advertiser
17 Mar 1949
P H MICHELMORE, Mr 12 Jun 1941 WA elected member of the committee of management, Missions to Seamen, Fremantle The West Australian
 
(Perth) 14 Jun 1941
Pat MITCHELMORE 14 Nov 1933 VIC president, Maffra Ex-Students' Association Gippsland Times 16 Nov 1933
S MICHELMORE, Mrs 1925-1930 SA president of the ladies' committee, Meadows Agricultural Society [various reports] [various newspapers]
R MICHELMORE Apr 1929 SA member of executive committee, Public Schools Amateur Sports Association The Advertiser (Adelaide) 9 Apr 1929
R S MICHELMORE, Mrs May 1940 SA treasurer, Whyalla War Workers' Club [also Oct] Recorder (Port Pirie)
16 May 1940
R S MICHELMORE, Mrs Jul 1941 SA treasurer, Whyalla Fighting Forces Comforts Branch Recorder (Port Pirie)
30 Jul 1941
R S MICHELMORE, Mrs Jul 1944 SA secretary, Whyalla Country Women's Association Recorder (Port Pirie)
17 Jul 1944
R S MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1946 SA secretary, Gawler & District Loan Committee, Commonwealth Loans & Savings Organisation [also 1947] Bunyip (Gawler)
30 Aug 1946
R J MICHELMORE, Mrs 22 Jun 1948 SA committee member, women's branch of the Strathalbyn Agricultural Bureau, appointed delegate to Southern Agricultural Conference at Victor Harbor Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 1 Jul 1948
R J MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Aug 1953 SA committee member, Strathalbyn & District Fire Fighting Association Southern Argus (Adelaide) 22 Nov 1951
S MICHELMORE, Mrs 24 Feb 1921 SA member, Meadows Agricultural Show Ladies Committee [further reports 1922-1930; president 1924-1930] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 3 Mar 1921
T/Thos MICHELMORE 1903-1904 SA member, Strathalbyn Branch [Agricultural] Bureau Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 19 Mar 1903
T MITCHELMORE, Mrs 21 May 1903 VIC member of committee to organise a floral fair in aid of the Port Adelaide District Trained Nursing Society The Advertiser (Adelaide) 25 May 1903
T MICHELMORE, Mrs 6 Jun 1918 SA elected to committee of the Macclesfield Red Cross branch Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 13 Jun 1918
Recognition of service to the community      
B MOUCHEMORE 1932 WA previously presented with 10 yr service award by Albany Volunteer Fire Brigade Albany Advertiser
19 May 1932
Betsy Ann MICHELMORE 26 Jan 1980 SA awarded the Order of Australia Medal (OAM), for community service The Advertiser (Adelaide) 26 Jan 1980
G MOUCHEMORE, Mr 22 Jan 1914 VIC member of Queenscliff Town Band for many years: presented with a case of Barling pipes in appreciation of services Queenscliff Sentinel
24 Jan 1914
Geoffrey William MITCHELMORE Jan 2007 VIC awarded Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in the General Division, for service to the community of Hobsons Bay VIC, particularly through the establishment of environmental and performing arts projects Australian Honours Secretariat
Geoff MITCHELMORE 2015 VIC named Citizen of the Year by Hobsons Bay Council Friends of Lower Kororoit Creek
Janet MICHELMORE 2001 VIC awarded Officer of the Order of Australia (OA) for services to women  
Janet MICHELMORE 2013 VIC inducted in the Victorian Honour Roll of Women Victorian Honour Roll of Women 2013
Justices of the Peace      
E A MICHELMORE 20 Dec 1934 SA of Lucindale: appointed Justice of the Peace The Advertiser (Adelaide) 21 Dec 1934
J A MICHELMORE 1903 QLD JP, Mackay [also listed as J A MITCHELMORE] Slaters
John Alfred MITCHELMORE 14 Jul 1900 QLD appointed Justice of the Peace Police Gazette
Ronald St Gortleigh MITCHELMORE Apr 1934 QLD sworn in as Justice of the Peace Cairns Post 10 Apr 1934
T S MITCHELMORE Jun 1952 TAS appointed Justice of the Peace for Glamorgan The Mercury (Hobart) 21 Jun 1952
Representations on community concerns      
J MICHELMORE 3 Oct 1889 SA of Curramulka: signed letter to editor urging government to send a steamer with farmers to inspect land in the west coast country to keep those in want of land from going to Victoria The Advertiser (Adelaide) 8 Oct 1889
J MITCHELMORE, Mr 30 Sep 1915 NSW presented petition to Blacktown Shire Council regarding encroachment on public road at Model Farms, Baulkham Hills Cumberland Argus & Fruitgrowers Advocate
2 Oct 1915
J W MITCHELMORE, Mr 7 Aug 1928 VIC wrote to Maffra Shire Council complaining about horses on lower Bundalaguah Road causing annoyance [similar report same day] Gippsland Times
9 Aug 1928
P MITCHELMORE 10 Jul 1899 TAS in a letter to the editor, asks why some lands are assessed at 3% of their value whereas others are assessed at 10% The Mercury (Hobart) 10 Jul 1899
P MITCHELMORE 17 Jun 1909 TAS in a letter to the editor, denies reports from Glamorgan Council that the Little Swanport Bridge was likely to be washed away in future floods The Mercury (Hobart) 17 Jun 1909
P MITCHELMORE 23 Jun 1916 TAS in a letter to the editor, complains about quality of work done for Glamorgan Council The Mercury (Hobart) 23 Jun 1916
T MICHELMORE 17 May 1875 SA member of delegation to Commission of Crown Lands to hand over North Parade to the Port Adelaide Corporation for continued use as a public reserve South Australian Register (Adelaide)
18 May 1875
T MICHELMORE 3 Apr 1877 SA member of deputation to Commission of Public Works in reference to repairing the Port Road The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
4 Apr 1877
T MICHELMORE 1 May 1877 SA spoke at public meeting to protest against quarantining of immigrants on Torrens Island The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
2 May 1877
Charitable contributions      
? MITCHELMORE, Mr Jun 1918 VIC donated £1 towards the purchase of a battleplane by Gippsland for presentation to the Imperial Government Gippsland Times
24 Jun 1918
? MICHELMORE, Mr May 1924 SA of Honiton: a working bee comprising most of the ablebodied men of the community erected a post office on his property The Advertiser (Adelaide) 26 May 1924
? MICHELMORE Dec 1952 NSW financed Michelmore trophy to be awarded to winning house in football competition at Casino Public School Northern Star (Lismore) 11 Dec 1952
Bruce MITCHELMORE 19 Mar 1977 NSW Lord & Lady Lichfield guests of honour at a dinner party at their Double Bay home in aid of the Children's Medical Research Foundation Australian Women's Weekly 16 Feb 1977
Eve MICHELMORE 24 Jun 1989 QLD completed 100 km walk from Gilberton to Kidston to raise $16,000 for the Royal Flying Doctor Service Cairns Post 27 Jun 1989
F A MICHELMORE Oct 1916 SA contributed 2s 6d to Blind, Deaf & Dumb Institution appeal Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 5 Oct 1916
George MITCHELMORE 20 Aug 1932 TAS of Ravensdale House: allowed his grounds to be used for a fair in aid of Ravensdale School The Mercury (Hobart) 24 Aug 1932
H L MICHELMORE 29 Apr 1918 SA paid 6s Mock Court Fine The Register (Adelaide) 1 May 1918
H L C MICHELMORE Dec 1934 SA of Meadows South: a lamb he gifted to the Bible Students' Committee at Letchworth was distributed among 14 homes in South Wales The Advertiser (Adelaide) 29 Jan 1935
H L C MICHELMORE Nov 1943 SA donated 5 guineas to Dr Belle's Memorial Fund The Advertiser (Adelaide) 15 Nov 1943
Henry MICHELMORE Oct 1913 SA contributed 3d to Minda, The Home for Weak-Minded Children Chronicle (Adelaide)
4 Oct 1913
J MICHELMORE Oct 1862 SA contributed 5s to the Lancashire Relief Fund South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide)
1 Nov 1862
J MICHELMORE, jun Oct 1914 SA contributed 8s to the War Relief Fund of the Strathalbyn Patriotic Fund Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 8 Oct 1914
J MICHELMORE, Mr Jun 1915 SA regular monthly subscriber to Belgian Fund, Strathalbyn Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 17 Jun1915
J MICHELMORE, sen 17 Feb 1935 QLD with his partner C F BAGLEY, assisted a new convent school at Bridge Road, West Mackay, to purchase a site for £100 The Catholic Press
28 Feb 1935
John MICHELMORE sen 1926-1929 QLD made an acre of ground available to the Boy Scouts to grow vegetables under the supervision of himself and other Rotarians, who also supervised the marketing of the produce. The proceeds of this went towards the building of a Scout Den in Victoria Park Rotary Global History Fellowship: Rotary Club of Mackay
M MICHELMORE, Miss 14 Jun 1918 SA attended afternoon tea at Trench Comforts Shop, Port Adelaide [similar reports refer to Mrs M and Mrs C C] The Mail (Adelaide)
15 Jun 1918
Morris MITCHELMORE Dec1932 VIC made boxes to hold exhibits of the Bundalaguah School Pasture Improvement Club at annual break-up ceremony Gippsland Times
19 Dec 1932
P MICHELMORE, Mrs 10 May 1918 SA attended afternoon tea at Trench Comforts Shop, Port Adelaide The Mail (Adelaide)
11 May 1918
P MITCHELMORE, Miss 10 Feb 1933 VIC at Maffra , raised £5 in Penny Appeal in aid of the Gippsland Hospital Gippsland Times
20 Feb 1933
R MICHELMORE Apr 1924 SA contributed £1 to Tubercular Soldiers' Appeal The Advertiser (Adelaide) 7 Apr 1924
R J MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1943 SA donated a lamb to the Christmas Hamper Appeal Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 19 Aug 1943
Robt MICHELMORE Jun 1855 QLD of Warwick district: contributed £2 2s to the Patriotic Fund The Moreton Bay Courier 9 Jun 1855
Roland MICHELMORE Aug 1910 SA of Meadows: contributed 12 d through the Children's Penny Fund to the King's Memorial Fund The Register (Adelaide) 6 Aug 1910
T MICHELMORE May 1865 SA contributed £1 1s to the Port Adelaide Inundation Relief Fund South Australian Register (Adelaide)
23 May 1865
T P MICHELMORE Mar 1949 QLD contributed ₤5 to Cairns Ambulance Aeroplane Appeal Fund Cairns Post 1 Apr 1949
Thos MICHELMORE Sep 1859 SA contibuted 10s 6d to the South Australian Admella Shipwreck Reward and Relief Fund The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
24 Sep 1859
Vivian MICHELMORE Aug 1910 SA of Meadows: contributed 12 d through the Children's Penny Fund to the King's Memorial Fund The Register (Adelaide) 6 Aug 1910
W N MICHELMORE Aug 1915 SA contributed 2s 6d to the South Australian Soldiers' Fund The Advertiser (Adelaide) 3 Aug 1915
W N MICHELMORE, Mr & Mrs & Misses 14 Jun 1918 SA attended afternoon tea at Trench Comforts Shop, Port Adelaide The Mail (Adelaide)
15 Jun 1918
Other community activities      
? MITCHELMORE, Miss 18 Mar 1864 SA laid foundation stone of bridge crossing the Meadows Creek on the road from Meadows to Maclaren Vale [near the MICHELMORE property], later named the Michelmore Bridge South Australian Register (Adelaide)
29 Mar 1864
? MICHELMORE 17 Nov 1928 QLD his home at Gilberton prescribed as a Polling Place for the upcoming state elections [also 1929] Cairns Post 31 Oct 1928
Bette MICHELMORE 2000 NSW assisted as volunteer at the 2000 Olympic Games commemorative pillars at Sydney Olympic Stadium
Geo MITCHELMORE Oct 1884 VIC resigned from Colac Rifle Club committee after dispute with the secretary-treasurer Colac Herald
28 Oct 1884
George Michelmore HITCHCOCK 189x VIC conceived the idea of the Great Ocean Road from Torquay to Warnambool J Landy, Leaders of the past: Thinkers for the future. Institute of Public Administration Australia, 2002, p. 5
H MICHELMORE 28 Nov 1870 SA with three others, gave satisfactory report on Bull's Creek public school The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide) 29 Nov 1870
J MICHELMORE, jun 28 Apr 1929 QLD attended stone-laying ceremony for the Christian Brother's School, Mackay The Catholic Press 9 May 1929
J A MICHELMORE, jun, Mrs 19 Jun 1931 QLD enrolled as member of the Mackay branch of the Country Women's Association The Queenslander (Brisbane) 16 Jul 1931
Judy MITCHELMORE Jul 1952 TAS head teacher, Ravensdale State School: organised dance in aid of Junior Red Cross The Mercury (Hobart) 24 Jul 1952
Mary MICHELMORE 2000 NSW assisted as volunteer at the 2000 Olympic Games commemorative pillars at Sydney Olympic Stadium
Mike MITCHELMORE Aug 1933 NSW employee of the Vacuum Oil Company: contributed article on "What water color does for us" Western Age (Dubbo)
4 Aug 1933
Michael MITCHELMORE 2000 NSW assisted as volunteer at 2000 Olympic Games, member of Sydney Philharmonia Choir at opening ceremony commemorative pillars at Sydney Olympic Stadium
W MOUCHEMORE 6 Jun 1917 VIC participated in the One-man Hydrant Race at the Queenscliff Fire Station [several similar reports around this time] Queenscliff Sentinel
9 Jun 1917
Social activities
Name Dates State Information Source
Shows and exhibitions      
? MICHELMORE, Miss 5 Oct 1899 SA exhibited at Strathalbyn Agricultural Show [also 1902] Chronicle (Adelaide)
14 Oct 1899
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 4 Oct 1906 SA won prizes at Strathalbyn Agricultural Show The Advertiser (Adelaide) 6 Oct 1906
? MICHELMORE, Miss 13 Aug 1909 SA won prize for her pony Princess at inaugural Southern District Horse Society show Southern Argus (Adelaide) 19 Aug 1909
? MITCHELMORE, Mrs 8 Mar 1919 TAS stallholder at Lindisfarne Red Cross Fair The Mercury (Hobart) 11 Mar 1919
? MOUCHEMORE, Mrs Jun 1945 VIC exhibited at recent exhibition of Williamstown memorabilia Williamstown Chronicle
8 Jun 1945
Alison MOUCHEMORE 20 Jun 1940 WA won fancy dress prize as a Chinese Dancer at St Joseph's annual Children's Ball [several similar reports around this time] Albany Advertiser
27 Jun 1940
Annette MITCHELMORE 30 Jun 1934 NSW in baby show at Cessnock, won prize for girl aged 7-12 months Cessnock Eagle & South Maitland Recorder
3 Jul 1934
Annette MICHELMORE Apr 1936 NSW champion girl baby in baby show at Kurri Kurri The Catholic Press
2 Apr 1936
B MICHELMORE 22 Mar 1900 SA Class V scholar: won prizes for drawing at Meadows Annual Show Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 29 Mar 1900
Betty MOUCHEMORE, Miss Jun 1945 VIC participated at recent exhibition of Williamstown memorabilia Williamstown Chronicle
8 Jun 1945
C MICHELMORE 13 Mar 1879 SA won prize at Willunga Show Chronicle (Adelaide)
18 Feb 1905
C A MICHELMORE 28 Feb 1901 SA won prizes at Meadows Annual Show [further prizes reported up to 1908] The Register (Adelaide) 2 Mar 1901
C A MICHELMORE 10 Mar 1904 SA won prizes at Mount Barker Show [further prizes reported up to 1908] Chronicle (Adelaide)
11 Feb 1905
C A MICHELMORE 9 Feb 1905 SA won prize at Willunga Show Chronicle (Adelaide)
18 Feb 1905
C A MICHELMORE 25 Jul 1907 SA won prize at McLaren Vale Poultry & Kennel Club Show The Advertiser (Adelaide) 27 Jul 1907
C MITCHELMORE, Miss Jul 1921 VIC appointed Queen of Wildflowers in queen carnival to raise funds for the Wandin East hall Healesville & Yarra Glen Guardian 2 Jul 1921
F A MICHELMORE 20 Oct 1911 SA won prize for guessing weight of wheat at Strathalbyn Show Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 2 Nov 1911
G MICHELMORE, Miss 13 Oct 1926 SA exhibited at Yorketown Show The Register (Adelaide) 19 Oct 1926
Gordon MICHELMORE 20 Sep 1934 SA won prizes for vegetables at Strathalbyn Show Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 27 Sep 1934
Grace MICHELMORE 20 Sep 1934   won prize for sewing at Strathalbyn Show Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 27 Sep 1934
H MICHELMORE 22 Mar 1900 SA Class V scholar: won prizes for writing and drawing at Meadows Annual Show Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 29 Mar 1900
H MICHELMORE 10 Oct 1923 SA won prize for best Silent Heeler dog at Yorketown Show The Advertiser (Adelaide) 16 Oct 1923
Isel MICHELMORE 2 Nov 1900 SA of Knott's Hill: at 21st annual exhibition of the Public Schools' Floral and Industrial Society, awarded 1s prize for Drawing Books, Classes I and II South Australian Register (Adelaide)
3 Nov 1900
J MICHELMORE, jun 8 Jul 1930 QLD exhibited gentleman's hack at Mackay Show Townsville Daily Bulletin 8 Jul 1930
Jacqueline MITCHELMORE 3 May 1946 VIC won prize in fancy dress competition held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Camperdown Camperdown Chronicle 10 May 1946
Lindsay MICHELMORE 22 Feb 1906 SA under 15 yr: won handicraft prize at Meadows Agricultural Show The Register (Adelaide) 23 Feb 1906
Patsy MITCHELMORE, Miss 16 Feb 1933 VIC unanimously nominated as Maffra's Queen in the forthcoming Gippsland Hospital Carnival Gippsland Times
20 Feb 1933
S MICHELMORE 1925-1928 SA won prizes at Meadows Agricultural Show [various reports] [various newspapers]
Sheila MOUCHEMORE 1930-1935 WA [several reports of her winning children's competitions] Sunday Times (Perth)
Sylvia MICHELMORE 16 Nov 1929 SA Queen of Poppies at Meadows Flower Show Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 21 Nov 1929
T MICHELMORE 14 Mar 1878 SA won prizes at annual Willunga Show [also 1879-1882] The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
15 Mar 1878
T MITCHELMORE, Mrs 22 Nov 1952 TAS stallholder at Ravensdale State School fair The Mercury (Hobart) 26 Nov 1952
Trevor MITCHELMORE 19 Oct 1924 TAS album of photographs of prize exhibits of vegetables at the Horticultural Society made by Nat OLDHAM and presented to Trevor MITCHELMORE State Archives of Tasmania
William MICHELMORE 1 Nov 1952 SA of Wattle Street, Fullarton: won prize in painting competition The Mail (Adelaide)
1 Nov 1952
Dances and parties      
Anne MICHELMORE, Miss 6 Jun 1946 SA debutante presented at Mayoral Ball in Strathalbyn Town Hall, partnered by Brian BAKER Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 13 Jun 1946
Barry MICHELMORE 17 Feb 1947 SA with brother Peter, attended 18th birthday party of Kevin MANSER at the Richmond Hotel, Adelaide The Mail (Adelaide)
22 Feb 1947
C F MICHELMORE 12 Feb 1896 NSW attended reception held by the Mayoress of Sydney, Mrs I E IVES, at the Town Hall Evening News (Sydney) 13 Feb 1896
J MICHELMORE 1 Aug 1923 SA attended annual dance of the South Australian Ladies' Rowing Association The Mail (Adelaide)
4 Aug 1923
J MICHELMORE 11 Oct 1923 SA present at a novelty ball organised by the Mayoress of Thebarton at Torrensville [several similar reports up to 1924] The Register (Adelaide) 13 Oct 1923
J MICHELMORE, Mr & Mrs 31 Sep 1924 QLD of Mackay: the Governor-General's wife, Lady Forster, entertained at tea by the Red Cross Society at their residence The Capticornian (Rockhampton)
4 Oct 1924
John MICHELMORE 21 May 1948 SA partnered Joy CLARK at Mayor's debutante ball in Strathalbyn Town Hall Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 27 May 1948
Jean MICHELMORE 19 May 1933 SA attended dance at Kooyonga Golf Club The Advertiser (Adelaide) 20 May 1933
Kitty MICHELMORE 19 May 1933 SA attended dance at Kooyonga Golf Club The Advertiser (Adelaide) 20 May 1933
Kitty MICHELMORE 16 Jun 1933 SA president, Girton Old Scholar's Association: attended their annual dance [also 1934-1935] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 17 Jun 1933
May MICHELMORE 19 May 1933 SA attended dance at Kooyonga Golf Club The Advertiser (Adelaide) 20 May 1933
Pamela MICHELMORE 6 Jul 1951 SA debutante presented to Lady BARRETT at St Peter's Girls' old scholars' ball in Burnside Town Hall The Advertiser (Adelaide) 16 Jun 1951
Peter MICHELMORE 17 Feb 1947 SA with brother Barry, attended 18th birthday party of Kevin MANSER at the Richmond Hotel, Adelaide The Mail (Adelaide)
22 Feb 1947
Peter MICHELMORE, Mr & Mrs 29 Dec 1954 SA attended party in Adelaide The Advertiser (Adelaide) 30 Dec 1954
V J MICHELMORE 29 Jul 1926 SA attended the Square Club Ball at the Palais Royal, Adelaide [several similar reports around this time] The Register (Adelaide) 30 Jul 1926
V J MICHELMORE, Mrs Apr 1932 SA won trophy at bridge evening in aid of the Protestant Children's Home, Magill Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 28 Apr 1932
Walter MICHELMORE, Sir & Lady 5 Apr 1968 NSW to give party at their delightful Woollahra home Australian Women's Weekly 10 Apr 1968
Weddings      
? MICHELMORE, Mr 11 Mar 1905 QLD of Homefield: hosted afternoon tea at wedding of brother-in-law George FERGUSON The Queenslander (Brisbane) 1 Apr 1905
A MICHELMORE 1 Mar 1924 SA best man at wedding of Milton BLANDEN and Myrtle HALL at Strathalbyn The Mail (Adelaide)
12 Apr 1924
Alison MOUCHEMORE 6 Apr 1948 WA her female unmarried friends held a kitchen tea for her at the home of Miss Elinor TOMPKINS Albany Advertiser
8 Apr 1948
Annette MICHELMORE 2 Sep 1939 NSW flower girl at marriage of aunt Laura Lillian TUCKER at Abermain The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder 2 Sep 1939
Annie MICHELMORE 2 Mar 1946 SA bridesmaid at her sister Grace's wedding at St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Strathalbyn Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 14 Mar 1946
Colin MICHELMORE 5 Jun 1952 SA partnered Shirley HARVEY at Meadows debutante ball Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 26 Jun 1952
Deane MICHELMORE 7 Oct 1950 SA groomsman at wedding of Douglas Gilbert SMITH and Patricia Dawn HARPER at Pirie Street Methodist Church, Adelaide The Advertiser (Adelaide) 10 Oct 1950
Geoff MITCHELMORE 23 Nov 1945 VIC led procession of debutantes at ball in Morwell Town Hall Morwell Advertiser
29 Nov 1945
Judith MITCHELMORE 2 May 1953 TAS bridesmaid at wedding of Dick LYNE and Phyllis MOREY at All Saints, Swansea The Mercury (Hobart) 14 May 1953
Kathleen MICHELMORE Apr 1951 SA bridesmaid at wedding of John ROBINSON and Reta HARVEY at Prospect Hill Church The Advertiser (Adelaide) 10 Apr 1951
Kitty MICHELMORE 22 Aug 1923 SA bridesmaid at wedding of William WISEMAN and Hilda HONEY at St George's Church, Alberton The Mail (Adelaide)15 Sep 1923
M MICHELMORE 2 Jan 1928 QLD best man at wedding of Clarence MILLGATE and Phyllis MAVAY at St Andrew Presbyterian Church, Warwick The Queenslander (Brisbane) 19 Jan 1928
Marjorie MICHELMORE 29 Dec 1902 LD bride's train bearer in wedding at Fernlee The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate
3 Jan 1903
Marjorie MICHELMORE 11 Mar 1905 QLD bridesmaid at uncle George FERGUSON's wedding in Mackay The Queenslander (Brisbane) 1 Apr 1905
Mary MICHELMORE 24 Oct 1892 QLD attended wedding of her mother’s sister M FERGUSON at Landsdowne The Queenslander (Brisbane) 5 Nov 1892
Mary MICHELMORE 29 Dec 1902 QLD bride's train bearer in wedding at Fernlee The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate
3 Jan 1903
Mary MICHELMORE 11 Mar 1905 QLD bridesmaid at uncle George FERGUSON's wedding in Mackay The Queenslander (Brisbane) 1 Apr 1905
Mary MICHELMORE 1 Sep 1934 SA daughter of Mr & Mrs MICHELMORE of Sturt Street, Victor Harbor: flower girl at wedding of Jack OVERALL and Edna HENTSCHKE at Victor Harbor The Mail (Adelaide)
1 Sep 1934
Pamela MICHELMORE 12 Dec 1936 SA flower girl at wedding of Morgan HURN and Dorothy SAVAGE in St Peter's Church, Robe Border Watch (Mount Gambier) 12 Jan 1937
Peter MICHELMORE, Mr & Mrs 14 Feb 1952 SA of Edwardstown: to give pre-wedding party for Robin PITCHER and Rosemary BEASLEY News (Adelaide)
14 Feb 1952
Peter MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Feb 1952 SA of Edwardstown: matron of honour at marriage of Robin PITCHER and Rosemary BEASLEY in Adelaide [several similar reports 1952-1953] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 9 Feb 1952
V MICHELMORE, Mr & Mrs 29 Sep 1928 SA attended wedding of Bernard SCRYMGOUR and Dorothy MARTIN at Unley The Mail (Adelaide)
29 Sep 1928
V J MICHELMORE, Mr & Mrs 8 Oct 1928 SA attended wedding of Clarence Wilson and Eva GOODALE at Brighton The Register (Adelaide) 11 Oct 1928
W A MICHELMORE 2 Mar 1946 SA groomsman at his sister Grace's wedding at St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Strathalbyn Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 14 Mar 1946
Social visits      
? MICHELMORE, Mrs Sep1926 SA of Norwich House, Port Noarlunga: visited by cousin Eric of Robe The Advertiser (Adelaide) 16 Sep 1926
? MICHELMORE, Miss 20 Jan 1906 QLD of Mackay: staying at Hotel Cecil, Brisbane, with Mrs W BELL and another Miss MICHELMORE The Queenslander (Brisbane) 20 Jan 1906
E MICHELMORE, Mr & Mrs Mar 1916 QLD of Elm Grove Station: visiting Kidson Townsville Daily Bulletin 1 Mar 1916
Eric MICHELMORE Sep 1926 SA of Robe: visited Mrs MICHELMORE at Norwich House, Port Noarlunga The Advertiser (Adelaide) 16 Sep 1926
Eric MICHELMORE Nov 1939 SA of Woodville: visited by wife's mother Mrs A W SAVAGE of Robe, accompanied by Master Ronald MICHELMORE The Advertiser (Adelaide) 21 Nov 1939
Max MICHELMORE 25 May 1940 SA employee of Adelaide Electric Supply Company, Osborne: spending holiday with R S MICHELMORE, school headmaster at Whyalla Recorder (Port Pirie)
25 May 1940
Ronald MICHELMORE Nov 1939 SA of Robe: accompanied grandmother Mrs A W SAVAGE on visit to parents in Woodville The Advertiser (Adelaide) 21 Nov 1939
V J MICHELMORE Oct 1927 SA stayed at Arcadia, Port Elliot; also staying there were Mrs MICHELMORE sen, Mr & Mrs H HANDBY and Miss E HANDBY The Register (Adelaide) 2 Nov 1927
V J MICHELMORE, Mrs Oct 1949 SA will travel to Melbourne for the Melbourne Cup aboard Manunda, will stay at the Oriental Hotel The Mail (Adelaide)
22 Oct 1949
Sport

Australian M*CH*MOREs have participated in and occasional excelled at a wide variety of sports. The following table lists records relating to athletics, badminton, bowls, coursing [greyhound racing], cricket, cycling, equestrian sports, football and rugby, golf, hockey, rowing, sailing, swimming, rifle shooting, tennis and a host of others. Further M*CH*MOREs have participated in sport at school or university.

Name Dates State Information Source
Athletics      
A MITCHELMORE 20 Jul 1912 TAS represented Wellington Harrier Club in five miles cross country championship of Tasmania The Mercury (Hobart) 11 Jul 1912
C MICHELMORE 3 Jun 1901 SA won prize in girls' under 10 race at Strathalbyn children's sports Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 6 Jun 1901
E MICHELMORE 26 Dec 1900 QLD won first heat in Pentland Handicap but not placed in final The Northern Miner (Charters Towers)
2 Jan 1901
Eric MICHELMORE 17 Mar 1911 SA won under 10 and under 14 races at annual Macclesfield Rechabite Picnic Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 23 Mar 1911
F MICHELMORE 2 Oct 1909 SA handicap of 120 in the mile race at Woodchester sports Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 23 Sep 1909
H MICHELMORE 4 Feb 1904 SA won prize in Juvenile Members' Race at Bull's Creek Rechabite Sports [also 1905] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 11 Feb 1904
J MICHELMORE 13 May 1871 SA ran in 150 yd open handicap race at Port Adelaide Amateur Athletic Club meeting with a 15 yd handicap [did not place] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
11 May 1871
J MICHELMORE 6 Dec 1873 SA won 100 yd race at Port Suburban Amateur Athletic Club meeting South Australian Register (Adelaide)
8 Dec 1873
J MICHELMORE 3 Jun 1901 SA won prize in girls' over 12 and under 16 race at Strathalbyn children's sports Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 6 Jun 1901
J MICHELMORE 2 Feb 1905 SA won prize in Under 12s' race at Bull's Creek Rechabite Sports Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 9 Feb 1905
J MICHELMORE 21 May 1925 QLD joint president, Mackay Amateur Race Club Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
23 May 1925
P MICHELMORE 6 May 1922 SA competed in Sheffield Handicap at Yorketown sports meeting [also Oct 1922] Chronicle (Adelaide)
6 May 1922
V MOUCHEMORE 14 Mar 1936 WA came second in race for the Wheelbarrow Tourist Trophy in Albany Albany Advertiser
16 Mar 1936
Wesley MICHELMORE 6 Apr 1929 SA student at Kuitpo School: won handicap race for boys under 6 at Strathalbyn sports carnival The Advertiser (Adelaide) 8 Apr 1929
Badminton      
A MOUCHEMORE, Miss 1 Apr 1948 WA played badminton for Albany Badminton Club Albany Advertiser
1 Apr 1948
J MITCHELMORE, Miss 1931-1933 TAS several reports of playing badminton for St Mark's, Hobart The Mercury (Hobart)
J MITCHELMORE, Miss 1938-1939 SA several reports of playing badminton at state level The Advertiser (Adelaide)
Sam MITCHELMORE 18 Dec 1933 VIC postal worker: farewelled by St John's Badminton Club, in which he had been an active member, and younger members of St John's Church at a social evening [several reports of badminton matches in 1933] Gippsland Times
21 Dec 1933
Bowls      
? MICHELMORE 11 Feb 1911 SA played bowls for Alberton [further reports up to 1927, some with initials W or W N] [also played at Toorak Club 1926-1927] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 13 Feb 1911
? MITCHELMORE 1916-1935 NSW played bowls at Wagga Wagga Bowling Club [many reports] Sydney Morning Herald
Daily Advertiser
(Wagga Wagga)
? MICHELMORE 22 Dec 1934 QLD played bowls for Dent Club, Sarina [also 1935] Townsville Daily Bulletin 24 Dec 1934
? MICHELMORE 27 Jan 1952 QLD team from Michelmore's Sports and Social Club, Mackay, played bowls against local team Townsville Daily Bulletin i31 Jan 1952
A C MICHELMORE, Mr Mar 1951 SA farewelled by Meadows Bowling Club on leaving the district Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 25 Oct 1951
Arch MICHELMORE Mar 1951 SA member, Meadows Bowling Club Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 22 Mar 1951
H E MITCHELMORE 1919-1921, 1925-1932 NSW president, Wagga Bowling Club Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) [various issues]
H E MITCHELMORE Feb 1929 NSW played bowls for Wagga Wagga, appointed president of the Riverina Bowling Association [similar reports 1929-1934] Narandera Argus & Riverina Advertiser
5 Feb 1929
J MOUCHEMORE 2 May 1918 VIC with F GILDER, won the President's Trophy bowls final (several similar reports about this time] Queenscliff Sentinel
4 May 1918
J MOUCHEMORE Sep 1925 VIC elected manager of the Queenscliff Bowling Club The Argus (Melbourne)
9 Sep 1925
J MITCHELMORE Jan 1933 VIC played with handicap of 2 at Maffra Bowling Club Gippsland Times
23 Jan 1933
Coursing [greyhound racing]      
G MITCHELMORE Jun 1887 NSW ran dogs in Cootamundra Coursing meeting [further reports up to 1891] Cootamundra Herald
30 Jun 1887
J MITCHELMORE 18 Jun 1884 NSW entered dogs for Wagga Coursing Club meeting Australian Town & Country Journal
14 Jun 1884
J MITCHELMORE, Mr 8 May 1888 NSW at Goulburn Coursing Club, entered protest against Derby winner Demon Cootamundra Herald
12 May 1888
J MITCHELMORE, Mrs 22 Aug 1885 NSW entered greyhound Girl of the Period at Goulburn Coursing Club Australian Town & Country Journal (NSW) 22 Aug 1885
J MITCHELMORE 13 Feb 1889 NSW elected to committee of the Cootamundra Coursing Club Cootamundra Herald
16 Feb 1889
J MITCHELMORE, Mr 13 May 1892 NSW of Williamstown (late of Cootamundra): thanked for information on the registration of the Cootamundra Coursing Club Cootamundra Herald
18 May 1892
W MITCHELMORE 2 Aug 1901 VIC raced greyhounds at Sale Coursing Club [similar report 1898 at Maffra Coursing Club] The Argus (Melbourne)
3 Aug 1901
W MITCHELMORE 1906 VIC of Maffra: bred Aqua Fortis and Boisdale, sold Aqua Fortis for 60 guineas The Maffra Spectator
24 May 1906
Cricket      
? MICHELMORE 21 Mar 1874 SA opened the batting for Port Adelaide against Semaphore but only made 3 runs [several similar reports about this time] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
24 Mar 1874
? MITCHELMORE 22 Mar 1900 VIC took 8 wickets for 85 playing cricket for Maffra against Sale [several similar reports from 1884 to 1914, from 1908 often with two MITCHELMOREs] Gippsland Times
26 Mar 1900
? MICHELMORE 8 Nov 1947 TAS took 5 for 87 playing for Lindisfarne against Bellerive The Mercury (Hobart) 12 Nov 1947
A MITCHELMORE 13 Dec 1884 VIC opened the batting for Maffra in cricket match against Sale (similar reports 1887] Gippsland Times
15 Dec 1884
Alick MITCHELMORE 21 Mar 1912 VIC umpired Maffra vs Sale cricket match The Maffra Spectator
25 Mar 1912
B MOUCHEMORE 1908-1913 WA played cricket in Albany [various reports] Albany Advertiser
Barney MOUCHEMORE 21 Oct 1934 WA played in a team of cricketers drawn from Albany fishermen against a local team in the Porongorups Albany Advertiser
25 Oct 1934
Bruce MITCHELMORE 1929 NSW played for Kia-Ora Cricket Club, Parkes; stylish left-hand batsman, chosen as wicket keeper for Far West tem against a touring city eleven Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) 2 Nov 1929
H M MOUCHEMORE 16 Sep 1916 VIC elected secretary and treasurer of the newly formed Albion Cricket Club Port Melbourne Standard 23 Sep 1916
H MITCHELMORE 30 Jan 1947 TAS umpire and reserve on Clarence Cricket Association Country Week team [similar reports up to 1953] The Mercury (Hobart) 30 Jan 1947
H MITCHELMORE 15 Sep 1949 TAS elected life member of the Bellerive Cricket club The Mercury (Hobart) 22 Sep 1951
H MITCHELMORE Sep 1951 TAS member of Bellerive Cricket Club committee [also 1949, 1954] The Mercury (Hobart) 22 Sep 1951
J T MICHELMORE 7 Mar 1874 SA advertised cricket match on Lefevre's Peninsula between Semaphore and Port clubs South Australian Register (Adelaide)
7 Mar 1874
J MOUCHEMORE 1907-1908 WA played junior cricket in Albany [various reports] Albany Advertiser
M MITCHELMORE Oct 1933 VIC took 2 wickets for 6 runs playing cricket for Maffra Ramblers vs Newry [similar reports in 1932-1933] Gippsland Times
12 Oct 1933
M MITCHELMORE Sep 1939 VIC elected to committee of Stratford Cricket Club Gippsland Times
7 Sep 1939
M MITCHELMORE Sep 1951 TAS awarded trophy as A grade fieldsman by Bellerive Cricket Club The Mercury (Hobart) 22 Sep 1951
P MICHELMORE Dec 1901 SA played cricket for Port Congregational vs Semaphore Central The Advertiser (Adelaide) 25 Dec 1901
P MICHELMORE Feb 1903 SA played cricket for Port Wesley vs Central The Advertiser (Adelaide) 28 Feb 1903
S MITCHELMORE Oct 1933 VIC played cricket for Maffra Ramblers vs Newry [similar reports in 1932] Gippsland Times
12 Oct 1933
W MITCHELMORE 5 Jan 1911 VIC played cricket for Maffra against Sale [many similar reports 1884-1912] Gippsland Times
26 Mar 1900
Cycling      
A T MICHELMORE 1 Sep 1908 SA handicap 195 in the local mile bicycle race at the Strathalbyn Picnic Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 20 Aug 1908
J MITCHELMORE 17 Mar 1896 QLD won Licensed Victualler's Bicycle Handicap in St Patrick's day sports at Mackay The Brisbane Courier
18 Mar 1896
L MOUCHEMORE 1936 WA member of Albany Amateur Cycling Club Albany Advertiser
22 Oct 1936
V MOUCHEMORE 1936 WA member of Albany Amateur Cycling Club Albany Advertiser
22 Oct 1936
Equestrian sports      
? MITCHELMORE 1893-1903 NSW member, Murrumbidgee Turf Club committee Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) [various issues]
G MICHELMORE, Miss Apr 1941 SA attended meeting of the Strathalbyn Trotting Club [further reports later] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 30 Apr 1941
J MICHELMORE Nov 1915 QLD pedigree Ladurlad horse Dooloogra now in his stables at Mackay The Queenslander (Brisbane) 20 Nov 1915
H B MITCHELMORE Jun 1949 NSW hon secretary, Muswellbrook Jockey Club: prospects for Club's winter meeting on Jun 25 are promising Singleton Argus
10 Jun 1949
J A MITCHELMORE 22 Mar 1934 QLD of Mackay: bought two fillies at Queensland yearling sales Cairns Post 22 Mar 1934
J A MICHELMORE 25 Sep 1937 QLD his horse Speaross started favourite for race at Callahan Park but bucked for most of the way and came in last Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
27 Sep 1937
J D MICHELMORE 12 Apr 1938 QLD registered lease agreements in respect of Laurel Win and Bontide with the North Queensland Racing Association The Northern Miner (Charters Towers)
14 Apr 1938
Jessie MICHELMORE 14 Oct 1905 SA rode horse Justice in paper chase at Sandergrove The Advertiser (Adelaide) 18 Oct 1905
Jessie MICHELMORE 4 Aug 1906 SA rode in Adelaide Hunt Club meet at Strathalbyn [many similar reports 1907-1911] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 9 Aug 1906
M W MICHELMORE 11 Jun 1940 QLD registered partnership agreement with J F CLARK in respect of Faval Charm with the North Queensland Racing Association The Northern Miner (Charters Towers)
14 Apr 1938
M W MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1955 QLD chemist of Mackay: his horse Strathmar won race at Callaghan Park [also Sep & Oct 1955] The Central Queensland Herald (Rockhampton)
2 Aug 1956
Mort MICHELMORE 25 Sep 1937 QLD presented winner of the Diggers' Cup with a silver mounted whip Townsville Daily Bulletin 1 Oct 1937
P MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Oct 1918 SA at Yorketown Show, given first award for maiden hunters [several similar reports 1919, also 1934] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 16 Oct 1918
P C MICHELMORE 9 Apr 1950 SA owner of Western Aid, placed third at Kapunda Trotting Club meet [also winner at Barmera Apr 1950] Kapunda Herald
23 Mar 1950
W MICHELMORE 31 Jul 1925 QLD of Mackay: raced Prince Dooloogra in District Handicap at Bowen Races; cost 25s, sold after race for £150 Townsville Daily Bulletin 5 Aug 1925
Football and rugby      
? MICHELMORE 20 May 1871 SA played football for Port Adelaide against Adelaide [further report 30 Sep 1876] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
20 May 1871
? MICHELMORE May 1915 SA played football for Adelaide High School The Advertiser (Adelaide) 1 Jun 1915
? MICHELMORE 10 Aug 1948 SA played football for South Australia in Amateur League football carnival in Perth [also in Adelaide, Sep 1948] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 11 Aug 1948
? MICHELMORE 1 Apr 1950 SA played football for Varsity and then South Adelaide [several further reports 1950-1951] The Mail (Adelaide)
1 Apr 1950
A MICHELMORE 6 Mar 1915 SA elected to committee of the Noarlunga Football Club The Advertiser (Adelaide) 19 Mar 1915
B MOUCHEMORE 1918-1923 WA played football for various Albany clubs. Barney was a half back and Ben a change ruck [various reports 1918-1923, reminiscences 31 Aug 1933] Albany Advertiser
B MOUCHEMORE 19 Apr 1928 WA appointed trainer for West Albany Football Club Albany Advertiser
21 Apr 1928
B MOUCHEMORE 26Jul1948 WA played football for Albany "B" team Albany Advertiser
1 Jul 1948
Barry MICHELMORE 25 Aug 1947 TAS played football for Adelaide University at interstate university festival in Hobart The Mercury (Hobart) 28 Aug 1947
Barry MICHELMORE Apr 1953 SA made comeback with South Adelaide after a year out of football News (Adelaide)
21 Apr 1953
Bert MOUCHEMORE 15 Apr 1916 VIC elected captain of Albion Football Club Port Melbourne Standard 22 Apr 1916
C MICHELMORE Oct 1950 SA member of Meadows team, premiers of the Hills Central Football Association Chronicle (Adelaide)
12 Oct 1950
G MICHELMORE 20 Aug 1904 NSW played rugby for Western Suburbs [several similar reports around this time, also for G MITCHELMORE] Sydney Morning Herald 22 Aug 1904
Geoff MICHELMORE 29 Apr 1953 QLD plays rugby union with Toowoomba:, back-row forward in Queensland team to play New South Wales [several further reports, also G & J MICHELMORE] The Courier-Mail (Brisbane) 23 Apr 1953
H E MITCHELMORE 1881 NSW played for Young Australians football club, Wagga Wagga Wagga Wagga Advertiser 1 Sep 1881
H MITCHELMORE May 1919 NSW played for Newtown Rugby League team, Wagga Wagga [also 1920-1921] Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) 16 May 1919
J MITCHELMORE, Mr 10 Oct 1938 ACT attended Eastern Suburbs Football Club dance at the Hotel Civic, Canberra [also reports he played for this team] Canberra Times
11 Oct 1938
K MICHELMORE 7 May 1938 SA 19th man in Strathalbyn Football Club's team Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 4 May 1938
L MOUCHEMORE 1936-1937 WA played football for Albany clubs [several reports] Albany Advertiser
P H MICHELMORE 1902 SA member of Central Football Club State Library of South Australia
P MOUCHEMORE 1907-1909 WA played and umpired football in Albany [various reports] Albany Advertiser
P MOUCHEMORE 1923-1931 WA trainer for West Albany Football Club [various reports] Albany Advertiser
P MITCHELMORE 1944 NSW Army: played rugby for Combined Services & Combined Army teams [several reports around this time] Sydney Morning Herald 12 Jun 1944
T MICHELMORE 7 Aug 1945 WA played football for St Joseph’s versus State School in Albany WA Albany Advertiser
6 Aug 1945
Golf      
? MITCHELMORE, Mrs 19 May 1906 NSW played golf at Wagga Golf Club [also 1907] Wagga Wagga Advertiser 24 May 1906
? MITCHELMORE Jun 1910 NSW played golf at Wagga Golf Club Sydney Morning Herald 13 Jun 1910
? MICHELMORE, Mrs May 1930 QLD played golf at Mackay and Rockhampton [further reports 1930-1938] Townsville Daily Bulletin 15 May 1930
B MICHELMORE, Mr 31 May 1952 NSW won "A" grade golf competition at Murrurundi open day The Muswellbrook Chronicle 3 Jun 1952
H E MITCHELMORE 12 Aug 1905 NSW played golf at Wagga Golf Club [also 1907-1936]; president 1916, presented Mitchelmore Shield 1916 Wagga Wagga Advertiser 15 Aug 1905
H B MITCHELMORE 11 Mar 1939 ACT played at Canberra Royal Golf Club The Canberra Times
13 Mar 1939
H B MITCHELMORE 29 Sep 1950 NSW of Muswellbrook: won golf competition The Canberra Times
29 Sep 1950
J MICHELMORE, Mr May 1930 QLD played golf at Mackay and Rockhampton [further reports 1930-1937] Townsville Daily Bulletin 15 May 1930
J MICHELMORE, Miss 22 Jun 1951 SA played golf at the Royal Adelaide Club [several similar reports 1951-1953] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 23 Jun 1951
R S MICHELMORE Mar 1939 SA committee member, Whyalla Golf Club [also further reports] Recorder (Port Pirie)
29 Mar 1939
Hockey      
A MICHELMORE, Miss 9 May 1947 SA played hockey for Strathalbyn Checkers hockey team [also 1948] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 15 May 1947
A MICHELMORE, Miss 1 May 1948 SA committee member, Strathalbyn Checkers Hockey Club Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 6 May 1948
G MICHELMORE, Miss May 1941 SA played hockey for Imperials in Strathalbyn Association [further reports 1941-1947] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 21 May 1941
J MICHELMORE, Miss Jun 1936 SA played hockey for Spartans in Strathalbyn Association Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 25 Jun 1936
Rifle shooting      
? MICHELMORE 30 Sep 1893 NSW handicap 20 at Wagga Rifle Club Wagga Wagga Advertiser 28 Sep 1893
B MICHELMORE 4 Oct 1947 SA shot for Strathalbyn Rifle Club [also 1948-1949] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 9 Oct 1947
D P MICHELMORE 27 Sep 1947 SA participated in practice at the University Rifle Club The Mail (Adelaide) 27 Sep 1947
G [P] MITCHELMORE Apr 1889 NSW shot at Cootamundra Rifle Club [further reports up to 1911] Cootamundra Herald
20 Apr 1889
I E MICHELMORE 1919 SA won competition at Moonta Rifle Club Chronicle (Adelaide)
2 Aug 1919
J B MITCHELMORE Apr 1889 NSW handicap 5 at Cootamundra Rifle Club Cootamundra Herald
20 Apr 1889
J MICHELMORE 6 Feb 1938 NSW of Emmaville: won prize in National Rifle Association 150th anniversary shoot Sydney Morning Herald
7 Feb 1938
J MICHELMORE 11 Apr 1952 NSW participated in the Richmond-Tweed annual prize shoot at the Tuncester range [nr Lismore] Northern Star (Lismore) 12 Apr 1952
R J MICHELMORE 24 Apr 1948 SA shot for Strathalbyn Rifle Club [many similar reports 1948-1954] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 29 Apr 1948
T MICHELMORE, Miss 15 Jul 1916 SA committee member, Strathalbyn Miniature [Rifle Shooting] Club [several further reports 1916-1917] Southern Argus (Port Adelaide) 20 Jul 1916
Rowing      
? MITCHELMORE 12 Nov 1887 NSW with HEATH, won pair-oar race at Wagga Rowing Club Australian Town & Country Journal
19 Nov 1887
? MITCHELMORE 1888-1890 NSW secretary, Wagga Rowing Club Wagga Wagga Advertiser [various issues]
A MICHELMORE Apr 1975 QLD in Victorian lightweight four that won the Penrith Cup in Australian rowing championships at Lake Kurwongbah, Petrie The Canberra Times
19 Apr 1975
Andrew MICHELMORE 31 Aug 1979   rowed in Australian lightweight eight at world rowing championships in Yugoslavia The Canberra Times
31 Aug 1979
Devid M MICHELMORE Apr 1972 QLD rowed in Monash/Yarra Yarra coxed four in National Rowing Championships at Lake Kurwongbah QLD History of Australian Rowing
J MICHELMORE Aug 1867 SA coxswain of a coxed four: challenged the crew of the Falcon, current holders of the Champion Cups, to a race The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
5 Aug 1864
J MICHELMORE 2 Jan 1871 SA under 16: rowing in Starlight, came second in Youth's Two-Oared race in Port Adelaide Regatta The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
3 Jan 1871
J MITCHELMORE 1 Jan 1874 SA coxswain of the Burton Strather four-oared gig that raced in the Port Adelaide Regatta South Australian Register (Adelaide)
31 Dec 1873
J T MICHELMORE 1 Jan 1879 SA coxswain of the Burton Strather four-oared gig that raced in the Port Adelaide Regatta South Australian Register (Adelaide)
1 Jan 1879
John MITCHELMORE 8 Jan 1864 SA coxswain of the Sir James coxed four: questioned decision of the Secretary of the Port Adelaide Regatta Committee to reject their protest against the winning boat for fouling South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide)
16 Jan 1864
John MICHELMORE 28 Nov 1877 SA member of committee to organise a New Year's Day regatta at Port Adelaide The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
29 Nov 1877
John MICHELMORE 1981 QLD student, Melbourne University: rowed in Youth Four in Merchantile’s National Rowing Championship at Hinze Dam History of Australian Rowing
Peter MITCHELMORE 23 Nov 1911 TAS member of Lindisfarne Rowing Club maiden long fours crew for New Norfolk Regatta The Mercury (Hobart) 23 Nov 1911
Sailing      
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 2 Jan 1884 VIC raced his yacht Schnapper Colac Herald 2 Jan 1883
B MOUCHEMORE 1904-1921 WA raced yachts Wildflower and Wild Wave in Albany regattas [various reports] Albany Advertiser, The West Australian, Western Mail
H MUCHMORE Nov 1884 VIC entered yacht Wild Wave and Dawn in Portland Jubilee Regatta sailing races; Dawn came second in second class race for smaller boats Portland Guardian
14 & 21 Nov 1884
H MOUCHEMORE 8 Feb 1898 WA entered two yachts in Albany Week race: Wild Flower beat Azalea by 1.5 min on handicap The Inquirer (Perth)
11 Feb 1898
Swimming      
C MICHELMORE 4 Sep 1901 NSW elected a vice-president of the Mort's Dock Swimming Club, Balmain Sydney Morning Herald
9 Sep 1901
G MITCHELMORE 10 Jan 1907 NSW elected chairman of meeting to set up a swimming club in Cootamundra Cootamundra Herald
13 Jan 1906
Marjorie MOUCHEMOE Dec 1940 VIC swam in Victorian Backstroke Champhionship race The Australasian (Melbourne)
21 Dec 1940
O J MICHELMORE 4 Mar 1939 SA of Railway Terrace, Alberton: enrolled for free swimming lessons at Henley Pool The Advertiser (Adelaide) 4 Mar 1939
Tennis      
? MICHELMORE Jan 1903 SA played tennis for Woodville Park [several similar reports up to 1906] Chronicle (Adelaide)
17 Jan 1903
? MICHELMORE Nov 1907 SA played tennis for Port Adelaide [many similar reports up to 1917, several giving initials P S] The Register (Adelaide) 11 Nov 1907
? MICHELMORE 25 Jun 1921 NSW played tennis for Sydney University [other reports 1922-1923] Sydney Morning Herald 27 Jun 1921
? MITCHELMORE 27 Sep 1922 NSW undergraduate, Sydney University: successful in singles and doubles at lawn tennis tournament [similar reports 1921-1922] Sydney Morning Herald 28 Sep 1922
? MICHELMORE 13 Apr 1925 QLD played for Mackay against Rockhampton at Mackay [other reports same year] Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
14 Apr 1925
? MITCHELMORE, Mrs 12 Nov 1927 VIC played for East Wandin at opening of East Wandin Tennis Club Healesville & Yarra Glen Guardian 12 Nov 1927
A MITCHELMORE, Miss 31 Jul 1897 NSW played in ladies’ finals at Cootamundra Tennis Club Cootamundra Herald
3 Aug 1897
A MICHELMORE Feb 1949 SA played tennis (women's singles) for Sandergrove Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 17 Feb 1949
B MICHELMORE, Mr Jan 1941 SA played tennis in Strathalbyn league Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 15 Jan 1941
C MICHELMORE, Mr Dec 1951 SA played tennis for Prospect Hill Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 29 Dec 1951
D MICHELMORE Apr 1938 NSW played tennis in Sydney accountants' tournament Sydney Morning Herald
5 Apr 1938
D MICHELMORE, Mr Jan 1941 NSW played tennis in Strathalbyn league Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 15 Jan 1941
G MICHELMORE, Miss Jan 1941 NSW played tennis in Strathalbyn league Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 15 Jan 1941
G MITCHELMORE May 1954 QLD played tennis for Wowan Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
27 May 1954
J MICHELMORE, Miss Nov 1907 SA played tennis for Port Adelaide Oval [several similar reports 1933-1934] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 9 Nov 1933
J MICHELMORE, Mr Mar 1935 QLD elected patron, Mackay Tennis Association [also 1936-1938] Townsville Daily Bulletin 8 Mar 1935
J MICHELMORE, Mr 17 Apr 1954 QLD of Wowan: at Central Queensland Easter championships at Rockhampton, lost singles but won doubles match [similar reports 1954-1955] Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
19 Apr 1954
M MITCHELMORE, Miss 12 Nov 1927 VIC played for East Wandin at opening of East Wandin Tennis Club Healesville & Yarra Glen Guardian 12 Nov 1927
M MICHELMORE, Miss 17 Dec 1954 SA under 14: competed in the age tennis championship at Memorial Drive, Adelaide The Advertiser (Adelaide) 18 Dec 1954
P MICHELMORE 30 Apr 1904 SA played at formal opening of the Port Adelaide Tennis Club Chronicle (Adelaide)
30 Apr 1904
P H MICHELMORE 27 Oct 1914 SA attended meeting of South Australian [Tennis] Association [further reports 1915] The Mail (Adelaide)
29 Oct 1914
P MICHELMORE 7 Apr 1950 SA to play in Tintra Tennis Club's (Renmark) Easter tennis tournament Murray Pioneer (Renmark) 30 Mar 1950
Peter MICHELMORE, Mrs 20 Feb 1951 SA played in tennis tournament at Woodlands School The Advertiser (Adelaide) 21 Feb 1951
R MICHELMORE Feb 1918 SA played for Goodwood Methodists [also 1919] The Register (Adelaide) 23 Feb 1918
R MICHELMORE Dec 1929 SA played for Glencoe East [also 1930-1935] Border Watch (Mount Gambier) 12 Dec 1929
R S MICHELMORE 20 Oct 1934 SA retiring secretary, Glencoe East Tennis Club: elected president Border Watch (Mount Gambier) 20 Oct 1934
W MITCHELMORE 12 Nov 1927 VIC played for Seville at opening of East Wandin Tennis Club Healesville & Yarra Glen Guardian 12 Nov 1927
Other      
? MITCHELMORE, Mrs 20 Jun 1914 NSW president, Wollundry Croquet Club [also treasurer, 1923] Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) 27 Jun 1914
Brian MICHELMORE 14 Nov 1965 QLD of Lismore: won Queensland production touring car championship at Lakeside The Canberra Times
16 Nov 1965
Brian MICHELMORE Feb 1972 QLD Brisbane rally driver, previously a member of the Renault Rally Team, to drive a Alfa Romeo in races for the Australian Touring Car Trophy and the Australian Rally Championship [also Apr] The Canberra Times
1 Feb 1967
C MITCHELMORE Aug 1884 SA played quoits for Curramulka against Minlaton The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
27 Aug 1884
C MICHELMORE, Miss 2 Sep 1907 SA won prize for ring throwing at annual Strathalbyn Picnic Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 5 Sep 1907
C MICHELMORE, Mr 19 Jun 1948 SA elected treasurer, Prospect Hill Table Tennis Club Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 24 Jun 1948
Christine MITCHELMORE 12 Dec 1955 WA took part in first stock car race for women at Claremont Speedway Mirror (Perth)
10 Dec 1955
H MOUCHEMORE 2 Aug 1950 VIC elected a vice-president of the Williamstown Anglers Club Williamstown Chronicle 18 Aug 1950
J MICHELMORE, Miss 5 May 1937 SA played badminton for Port Adelaide and in state team [several similar reports 1937-1940] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 7 May 1937
Kath MICHELMORE Mar 1951 SA member, Prospect Hill Basketball Club [also 1952] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 22 Mar 1951
L MOUCHEMORE 1929-1939 VIC leading goal thrower for Williamstown Lacrosse Club Williamstown Chronicle
4 Mar 1939
M MICHELMORE, Miss 22 Oct 1949 SA member of Adelaide Archery Club [also 1949-1954] The Mail (Adelaide)
22 Oct 1949
M MICHELMORE, Miss 19 Jul 1952 SA competed in Great Southern Archery Championship in England The Advertiser (Adelaide) 21 Jul 1952
M MICHELMORE, Miss Apr 1954 SA obtained joint highest aggregate points at the Archery Association of Australian national championships in Adelaide [several other prizes 1950-1954] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 2 Apr 1954
P MICHELMORE Feb 1937 SA member, Yandra Deep Sea Fishing Association, Port Adelaide The Advertiser (Adelaide) 4 Feb 1937
R MICHELMORE, Mrs 10 Sep 1931 SA retiring president, Glencoe Croquet Club Border Watch (Mount Gambier) 12 Sep 1931
Ted MOUCHEMORE 10 Sep 1948 WA boxed at Albany Police and Citizens' Boys' Club [several similar reports 1946-1948] Albany Advertiser
6 Sep 1948
Cultural activities
Name Dates State Information Source
? MICHELMORE 30 Oct 1871 SA performed a feat on the revolving orbs as part of the Blondin Company presentation at the Port Adelaide Town Hall South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail (Adelaide)
4 Nov 1871
? MITCHELMORE, Mrs 27 Oct 1882 NSW accompanied singers at a Hunter's Hill Musical Society concert [reported in the Evening News of the same date as being "Mr C F MICHELMORE", but later reports suggest this was an error.] Sydney Morning Herald 28 Oct 1882
? MITCHELMORE, Mrs 25 Apr 1885 NSW accompanied Christ Church [St Laurence] choir (including Miss MICHELMORE) in performance of selections from Messiah at the Moorcliff Opthalmic Hospital Sydney Morning Herald 26 Apr 1885
? MITCHELMORE, Miss 9 Nov 1886 NSW performed Bottesini's Grand Duo Concertante for violin and piano on themes from Bellini's opera I Puritani Cootamundra Herald
6 Nov 1886
? MITCHELMORE, Miss 6 Jun 1888 NSW provided piano accompaniment in a concert performed by the half-holiday boys and assistants at Cootamundra Cootamundra Herald
9 Jun 1888
? MITCHELMORE, Mrs 5 Dec 1889 NSW played piano solo at concert in Christ Church Primary School Pitt Street South Evening News
6 Dec 1889
? MITCHELMORE, Miss Sep 1906 NSW of Melbourne: sang at wedding in Wagga Wagga Wagga Wagga Express
8 Sep 1906
? MICHELMORE, Miss 27 Dec 1906 SA organist at musical evening at Flaxley Methodist Church The Register (Adelaide) 28 Dec 1906
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 9 Feb 1924 NSW accompanied on piano in Sunday School concert at Bonalbo Northern Star (Lismore) 14 Feb 1925
? MITCHELMORE, Miss 27 Apr 1928 VIC won two prizes at ANA competition in Morwell; adjudicator stated that she had an uncommon mezzo-soprano voice that is well worthy of careful training and cultivation Morewell Advertiser
4 May 1928
A A MICHELMORE, Mrs 6 May 1951 SA played organ at Meadows Methodist Church 74th anniversary service Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 10 May 1951
Alex MITCHELMORE 27 Dec 1886 VIC sang at an entertainment in the Maffra Shire Hall in aid of the Mechanic's Institute The Maffra Spectator
30 Dec 1886
Alison MOUCHEMORE 22 Nov 1946 WA danced in revue held at the Albany Town Hall [several similar reports around this time] Albany Advertiser
27 Jun 1940
Alway MICHELMORE, Mrs 6 Nov 1949 SA pianist at Meadows Methodist Sunday School 101st anniversary service [also 1950-1951] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 10 Nov 1949
C F GUNTHER Jun1873 SA of Adelaide: awarded prize by the Art Union of London for a volume of etchings South Australian Register (Adelaide)
30 Jun 1873
E MICHELMORE, Miss 16 Dec 1898 QLD sang Beautiful Dream very sweetly at concert at Deep Lead, Cape River, earning a prolonged burst of applause North Queensland Register (Townsville)
2 Jan 1899
Elsie MITCHELMORE 15 Jun 1905 VIC sang at concert in Williamstown in aid of the Hobson's Bay Yacht Club Williamstown Chronicle 17 June 1905
Fiona Enright MOUCHEMORE 4-14 Jul 2001 WA performed at Blue Room Theatre, Northbridge Theatre Australia
Geoff MICHELMORE Apr 1951 SA MC at Prospect Hill Tennis Club dance held in Kuitpo Hall Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 5 Apr 1951
George MOUCHEMORE 8 Sep 1951 VIC won prizes at Heidelberg Eisteddfod for baritone oratorio (2nd), oratorio (3rd) and light or comic opera (3rd) The Argus (Melbourne) 10 Sep 1951
"Georgina" MITCHELMORE 26 Jan 1889 NSW played Mrs Bouncer in a performance of Box and Cox at Cootamundra Cootamundra Herald
9 Jun 1888
H MICHELMORE 11 Feb 1907 SA gave recitation at fruit soiree at the Methodist Church, South Meadows The Advertiser (Adelaide) 13 Feb 1907
H MITCHELMORE, Master 8 Nov 1907 NSW scholar of Presbyterian Sunday School, Wagga Wagga: performed in cantata Scot and the Fairies Wagga Wagga Express
9 Nov 1907
H MICHELMORE 1 May 1908 SA contributed to programme at South Meadows Mutual Improvement Society meeting [several similar items up to 1911; elected to committee] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 7 May 1908
J E MICHELMORE, Mr 28 Jul 1917 SA present at concert at Moonta The Mail (Adelaide)
4 Aug 1917
J MICHELMORE, Miss 6 May 1951 SA sang duet at Meadows Methodist Church 74th anniversary service Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 10 May 1951
Jean MITCHELMORE 5 Dec 1923 TAS sang at Bellerive Social Institute in function in aid of the Girls Friendly Society Hostel The Mercury (Hobart)
7 Dec 1923
Joy MITCHELMORE Jul 1954 VIC pupil of Mrs M HUDDY, Yalloura: highly commended in Grade IV Ballet examination Morwell Advertiser
26 Jul 1954
June MICHELMORE Aug 1947 SA played in piano duet at function in RSL hall in Meadows [further similar reports 1948-1953] Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 14 Aug 1947
June MICHELMORE Dec 1947 SA obtained credit in Grade IV piano examination Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 18 Dec 1947
M MICHELMORE, Miss 12 Mar 1908 SA won prizes for painting at Mount Barker Agricultural Show The Register (Adelaide) 13 Mar 1908
Margaret MOUCHEMORE 1945-1947 VIC played leading roles in productions of the Melbourne University Dramatic Club The Argus (Melbourne) 18 Apr 1945, 8 Jul 1947
Margaret MOUCHEMORE 1945-1953 VIC played in several Melbourne University Dramatic Club productions Melbourne University Student Theatre
Margaret MOUCHEMORE Feb 1951 VIC sang in Student Prince with Australian Symphony Orchestra The Argus (Melbourne)
9 Feb 1951
Margaret MOUCHEMORE 1 Nov 1953   radio actress: returned to Australia after 8 months in England The Argus (Melbourne) 26 Nov 1953
Margaret MOUCHEMORE Jan 1954   played lead role in Gordon Cherry's play Black Limelight broadcast nationally [several similar reports around this time] Cairns Post 19 Jan 1954
Mary MICHELMORE 5 Apr 1990 ACT Beaver Gallieries, Canberra, offer her bronze miniatures flora and fauna for sale [many similar reports later] The Canberra Times
5 Apr 1980
P S MITCHELMORE 25 Jun 1913 SA successful in mock parliamentary debate at meeting of the Brotherhood Literary Society [several similar reports up to 1914] Port Pirie Recorder & North Western Mail
28 Jun 1913
P MITCHELMORE 1924 VIC passed RAM and RCM music examination in singing The Argus (Melbourne) 1925
Pat MITCHELMORE 3 Mar 1926 VIC performed song and dance number at concert in aid of new hall at Maffra Gippsland Times
4 Mar 1926
Pat MITCHELMORE, Miss 8 May 1943 VIC sang at wedding of Vivian KRUGER and Betty Jean ROWLEY at St John's Church, Maffra [similar reports 1915-1943] Gippsland Times
17 May 1943
R MICHELMORE, Mr 3 Nov 1929 SA conducted Presbyterian choir, Glencoe West [also 1930-1934] Border Watch (Mount Gambier) 9 Nov 1929
R S MICHELMORE, Mr 8 May 1938 SA conducted Whyalla Citizen's Band at fund-raising concert Recorder (Port Pirie)
12 May 1938
Rosa MICHELMORE 16 Dec 1898 QLD "a little dot": song This Black Cat tickled the humour of the audience at concert at Deep Lead, Cape River North Queensland Register (Townsville)
2 Jan 1899
W N MICHELMORE 25 Feb 1904 SA auditor for the Port Adelaide Orpheus Society [also 1905, 1906] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 1 Mar 1904
W N MICHELMORE 20 Dec 1904 SA sang at Port Adelaide Orpheus Society's marine continental excursion [other reports in 1906-1907] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 1 Mar 1904
P MITCHELMORE 1924 VIC passed RAM and RCM music examination in pianoforte The Argus (Melbourne) 1925
Zoe MITCHELMORE 3 Mar 1926 VIC sang at concert in aid of new hall at Maffra Gippsland Times
4 Mar 1926
Real estate
Name Dates State Information Source
? MICHELMORE 28 Feb 1865 SA assessed at 5s for land in Adelaide South Australian Register (Adelaide)
28 Feb 1865
? MITCHELMORE, Mr 15 Jun 1896 TAS tenant of 637 acres property at Little Swanport known as Grassy Hills The Mercury (Hobart)
5 Jun 1896
? MICHELMORE 22 Feb 1906 SA has sold his farm adjoining Strathalbyn to Mr ALLISON at a satisfactory figure Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 22 Feb 1906
? MICHELMORE 30 Mar 1906 SA sold his farm stock and implements Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 5 Apr 1906
? MICHELMORE 15 Feb 1910 QLD of Mackay: owns 5000 acres freehold land near Carmilla The Northern Miner (Charters Towers) 21 Feb 1910
? MICHELMORE, Mr 11 Oct 1917 SA sold 111 acres good agricultural land near Strathalbyn that he currently occupies Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 11 Oct 1917
? MUCHMORE, Mrs Jul 1918 SA bought Allotment 385, Prospect Gardens The Mail (Adelaide)3 Aug 1918
? MITCHELMORE, Miss Apr 1924 TAS photographs of Muirlands, Little Swanport -- home of MITCHELMOREs before 1929 flood. [House no longer there. Bridge built on site.] Volume inscribed "Miss Mitchelmore - A Memento of April 1924". State Archives of Tasmania
? MICHELMORE 26 Jul 1924 SA offers a desirable 5-room residence at Alberton for sale The Register (Adelaide)
? MITCHELMORE 25 Jun 1929 NT owner of coconut plantation on India Island: speaks the language of the blacks who recently assaulted the police at Cape Domby Brisbane Courier
26 Jun 1929
? MICHELMORE, Mr Oct 1965 NSW with his stepfather and partner, Mr Winter of Riverview, Tharwa, negotiated a price for land on his property to be used for a road The Canberra Times
6 Oct 1965
C A MICHELMORE 13 Sep 1883 SA purchased 14-yr lease on several small sections of grazing land totalling 122 acres [50 ha] in Kuitpo Hundred South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
15 Sep 1883
C A MICHELMORE 13 Feb 1886 SA of Meadows: advertised two 80 acre sections in the Hundred of Willunga near McLaren Vale for sale South Australian Weekly Chronicle (Adelaide)
13 Feb 1886
C W MICHELMORE 12 May 1887 SA purchased lease on 29 acres of Government land in Kuitpo Hundred for 15s rent South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
13 May 1887
C A MICHELMORE Jun 1877 SA of Bull's Creek, farmer: selected 423 acres [170 ha] of agricultural land in Curramulka Hundred South Australian Register (Adelaide)
29 Jun 1877
C F M MICHELMORE 25 May 1889 NSW of Macro & Michelmore, Financial, Insurance & General Agents: tenders invited for erection of stone residence at Hunter’s Hill for him Sydney Morning Herald 25 May 1889
C MICHELMORE 5 Sep 1914 SA of Sylvania Road, Miranda: offers 8 acres of land in Miranda for sale at £125 Sydney Morning Herald
5 Sep 1914
Charles MICHELMORE 10 Apr 1850 SA bought the 44 acre Section 1637 of Crown land in Kuitpo, for £44 1s South Australian Register (Adelaide)
12 Apr 1850
Charles MICHELMORE 11 Jan 1851 SA assessed for 6s 8d rates for 40 acres of land in Echunga, Kuitpo hundred SA Government Gazette
27 Feb 1851
D MOUCHMORE 1890 VIC to pay £1 licence fee for 20 perches of land at Queenscliffe, a fisherman's site VIC Government Gazette 1890 Part 2
D S MOUCHEMORE 1887 VIC to pay £1 licence fee for 20 perches of land at Queenscliffe, a fisherman's site VIC Government Gazette  1887 Part 1
D W MOUCHEMORE 1891 VIC to pay £1 licence fee for 20 perches of land at Queenscliffe, a fisherman's site VIC Government Gazette  1891 Part 4
D C MICHELMORE
23 Oct 1920 SA sold five-roomed house and allotments at William Street, York The Mail (Adelaide)
23 Oct 1920
Daniel MOUCHMORE 1887 VIC to pay £1 licence fee for 20 perches of land at Queenscliffe, a fisherman's site VIC Government Gazette  1887 Part 1
E MICHELMORE
Jan 1910 NSW granted annual lease at Taloumbi for 30s Clarence & Richmond Examiner (Grafton)
4 Jan 1910
E A MICHELMORE Nov 1922 SA sold his farm in the hundred of Mudla Wirra South The Advertiser (Adelaide) 4 Nov 1922
E L MICHELMORE, Mrs Dec 1944 SA of Victor Harbor: on leaving the district, offers her house on Hindmarsh Road (next Masonic Hall), built to order in 1938, for sale The Mail (Adelaide)
2 Dec 1944
G MICHELMORE 28 Dec 1910 NSW of Percival Road, Stanmore: advertises his refreshment, fruit and greengrocery business for sale Sydney Morning Herald 28 Dec 1910
G V A MICHELMORE Dec 1929 NSW map of Tent Hill shows him as owner of a 1 acre plot State Library of New South Wales
H MOUCHMORE 1890 VIC transferred licence to 20 perches of land at Queenscliffe, first licensed 1 Mar 1888, to Jno MOUCHMORE VIC Government Gazette 1890 Part 2
H B MOUCHEMORE 1912-1913 WA owned land in Albany [listed twice] Albany Rate Book
H B MOUCHEMORE 1912-1913 WA rented premises in Albany Albany Rate Book
H B MOUCHEMORE 1913-1914 WA rented premises in Albany Albany Rate Book
Henry Brooks MOUCHEMORE 24 Sep 2004 WA Mouchemore’s Cottage and Net Shed, 1 Parade Street, Albany, entered in the WA Register of Heritage Places. Assessment documentation indicates that the cottage, built about 1850 to house whalers, had been in the possession of the MOUCHEMORE family from 1905 to 2001 WA Heritage Register
J MICHELMORE Sep 1876 SA teamster of Mount Carmel, Bull's Creek: selected 451 acres agricultural land in Hundred Curramulka, County Fergson at L1 per acre The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
29 Sep 1876
J MITCHELMORE Nov 1885 NSW his shop in the Evans Building, Fitzmaurice Street, Wagga Wagga, for sale Sydney Morning Herald 13 Nov 1885
J MICHELMORE 25 Feb 1899 SA of South Meadows: sold stock and equipment on moving to take up a farm at Strathalbyn Chronicle 25 Feb 1899
J MICHELMORE 6 Jan 1900 SA leased Greenway, 804 acres about 3 miles south of Strathalbyn on the road to Sandergrove station; to be sold on death of owner, Charles ROBERTSON Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 28 Dec 1899
J MITCHALMORE 18 Jan 19099 VIC recently rented a farm near the Newry Road, a mile and a half out of Maffra: dozens of rabbits seen Gippsland Times
18 Jan 1909
J MICHELMORE 4 Jan 1921 QLD requested surveyor to subdivide a portion of land in West Hill and reduce the width of the road through the holding Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
11 Jan 1921
J A MICHELMORE 19 Aug 1924 QLD rental on his 63.5 sq mi holding at Byerwen reduced from 56s to 40s The Brisbane Courier
20 Aug 1924
J A MICHELMORE 23Aug 1924 QLD rental reduced on his holdings (with W BAGLEY and A A COOK) at Fort Cooper North, from 109s to 30s, and Lenton Downs, from 78s 9d to 55s The Capricornian (Rockhampton) 23 Aug 1924
J MICHELMORE 26 May 1939 SA Greenway Farm, Strathalbyn for sale, including 791 acres [320 hA] land, 513 sheep and other livestock, farm equipment, a 1920 Dodge car and household furniture and effects Southern Argus (Port Eliot) 3 May 1939
Jas MICHELMORE 15 Oct 1903 SA occupier of 192 acres near Greenway known as Joyce's, now for sale Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 28 Dec 1899
Jas MICHELMORE Jun 1909 SA of Strathalbyn: sold 3,800 acres of leasehold land in the hundred of Brinkley The Advertiser (Adelaide) 5 Jun 1909
Jno MOUCHMORE 1890 VIC transferred licence to 20 perches of land at Queenscliffe, first licensed 1 Mar 1888, from H MOUCHMORE VIC Government Gazette 1890 Part 2
John MICHELMORE May 1909 SA purchased 90 acres of land in Macclesfield The Advertiser (Adelaide) 8 May 1909
John A MICHELMORE Sep 1924 SA rental on 150.5 sq mi property at Mount Spencer (leased with A W GOHDES, W S WALLIS & W BAGLEY) reduced from 50s to 38s The Brisbane Courierr
12 Sep 1924
John A MICHELMORE
5 Oct 1926 QLD offers Prince of Wales Hotel and other premises in Mackay for sale by tender The Brisbane Courier
5 Oct 1926
M MICHELMORE
16 Nov 1887 NSW of Waltham Buildings, Bond Street, Sydney: advertises house for 3 mo rent at Hunter's Hill -- 8 rooms, splendid river views [repeated] Sydney Morning Herald 16 Nov 1887
M E MITCHELMORE, Mrs 28 Mar 1940 TAS funeral of her father, John F WADE of Nubeena, started at her residence, 22 Chapel Street, Glenorchy The Mercury (Hobart) 28 Mar 1940
Mary MITCHELMORE 25 Oct 1887 VIC former occupier of the Baths Sites, Lake Colac, Colac, for which tenders for bathing-house licenses are now invited VIC Government Gazette
P MOUCHEMORE 1889 VIC to pay 10s licence fee for 20 perches [50 m2] of land at Queenscliff, a fisherman's residence VIC Government Gazette 1889 Part 1
P MITCHELMORE 24 Feb 1929 TAS his estate sells stock, implements and contents of 14 rooms of furniture at Muirlands, Little Swanport Huon Times (Franklin) 12 Feb 1929
Peter MICHELMORE
Jan 1952 SA member of the News team of football and cricket writers: has bought a newly built house at Netherby News (Adelaide)
22 Jan 1952
Phillip MICHELMORE
May 1895 SA allocated 406 acres of land in Koolywurtie at annual rental of ₤5 1s 6d South Australian Chronicle (Adelaide)
11 May 1895
R St G MITCHELMORE 1939-1947   granted selection on Paddy's Green, took an active interest in politics of tobacco production, served a Director on the Board of the local Cooperative Association, sold farm in 1947 Dr Marjorie Gilmore, Atherton historian
S MICHELMORE, Mrs 23 Oct 1926 SA returning to the country, offers Norwich House, Port Noarlunga, for sale -- boarding establishment consisting of a house and two cottages, with room for 50 guests [repeated] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 23 Oct 1926
T MICHELMORE 1 Feb 1862 SA bought 1 acre 5 perches [4173 m2] in Kingston township for £47 South Australian Register (Adelaide)
7 Feb 1862
T MICHELMORE
5 Aug 1872 SA advertises a substantial house in Beverley to let, with schoolroom attached and an operating school [also to let in 1876 & 1879 and for sale in 1881] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
5 Aug 1872
T MICHELMORE 16 Jul 1903 SA property lately occupied by him now leased to T P SEAMAN, a veterinary surgeon Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 16 Jul 1903
T MITCHELMORE 18 May 1922 SA sold 5-acre property at Oaklands, with 7-room residence, within past month The Register (Adelaide) 18 May 1922
T MICHELMORE 26 May 1923 SA deceased: his property at Willaston sold The Register (Adelaide) 26 May 1923
T A MICHELMORE Mar 1951 SA intending to retire, offers his 22,500 sq ft [2010 m2] property at 67 Anzac Highway, Ashford SA, known as Gibb’s Roadhouse, Café and Bakery, for sale [business closed 21 Apr 1951] The Mail (Adelaide)
17 Mar 1951
Thomas MICHELMORE 22 Aug 1876 SA ship chandler of Port Adelaide: advertises offices to let in the centre of Port Adelaide [repeated several times in later years] [some times referred to as "Michelmore's Buildings"] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
22 Aug 1876
Thos MICHELMORE 13 Sep 1883 SA purchased 14-yr lease on 133 acres grazing land in Kuitpo Hundred The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
15 Sep 1883
Thomas MICHELMORE 29 Oct 1884 SA by order of the mortgagees, his property in Commercial Road, Port Adelaide, a large two-storey shop lately occupied by draper S J HAMLYN, to be sold at auction South Australian Register (Adelaide)
18 Oct 1884
Thos MICHELMORE 4 Jul 1923 SA deceased: his 860 m2 building site at Byre Avenue, Paringa Park for sale The Mail (Adelaide)
23 Jun 1923
V J MICHELMORE, Mr 23 Sep 1953 SA deceased: his house at 55 Wattle Street, Fullarton, to be sold at auction The Advertiser (Adelaide) 5 Sep 1953
William MICHELMORE 27 Oct 1847 SA owns 260 acres in Kuitpo hundred [also 1849 - 99 acres] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
30 Oct 1847
W MOUCHMORE 1887 VIC to pay £1 licence fee for 20 perches of land at Queenscliffe, a fisherman's site VIC Government Gazette 1887 Part 4
W S MITCHELMORE 4 Feb 1859 VIC title deeds, 12p, forwarded to Receipt & Pay Office, Sandridge VIC Government Gazette
Family relationships
Name Dates State Information Source
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 26 Dec 1929 QLD of Homefield: brother George FERGUSON of Byerwen, Nebo died Townsville Daily Bulletin 28 Dec 1929
Alpheaus Mitchell MITCHELMORE 15 Jun 1858 VIC letter to father describes his family and typical earnings and encourages his siblings to join him [copy on file]
Alpheaus Mitchell MITCHELMORE 24 Apr 1864 VIC eighth year at Richmond: letter to father encourages brothers to join him [copy on file]
Ashton MOUCHEMORE 26 May 1939 WA Auntie Kitty reports his birthday [also other years] Sunday Times (Perth) 21 May 1939
Charles MICHELMORE 27 Jul 1926 SA admitted to Magill Home from Royal Adelaide Hospital 27 Jul 1926: age 67; single; formerly c/- Ian Slater, Main Street, York; occupation labourer; religion Methodist. Bereft of all means except old age pension Magill Home, Adelaide admissions register
Elizabeth MICHELMORE 2004 SA description of her life as wife of District Agronomist William Andrew MICHELMORE (transcript of 2-hr interview) History of Agriculture in South Australia
Ernie MICHELMORE 1904-1951 QLD after marriage in 1904 lived with wife's parents at Christmas Hill; 1906 moved to Gilberton, built house Elmgrove and yard up river from the old town; brand N4F; house destroyed in 1917 floods, rebuilt on other side of river and safe from floods; lived there until his death in 1951 J. H. Letherbridge, The Michelmores of Gilberton, 1990
Flo MITCHELMORE 2 Aug 1945 WA of Mount Lawley with Jack: paid tribute to deceased friend Bob LYNEHAM [similar notice 4 Jun 1947] The West Australian
 
(Perth) 2 Aug 1945
Florrie HOOLIHAN née MICHELMORE 1940-1960 QLD her daughter Adelaide and sons Ernie and Kevin often helped Ernie MICHELMORE at Gilberton J. H. Letherbridge, The Michelmores of Gilberton, 1990
George H T MICHELMORE 20 May 1894 QLD notice reprinted from Lloyd's Weekly newspaper: left England for Queensland over 25 yr back, last known to be in Sydney 20 yr since; sister asks for news Australian Town and Country Journal
14 Jul 1894
George Michelmore HITCHCOCK 1831-1912 VIC b 7 Oct 1831 Barnstaple, son of William HITCHCOCK of South Molton and his wife Mary Elizabeth née TOPE, brother of William; attended Denmark Hill School, Camberwell; apprenticed to uncle George, a London draper who also employed George WILLIAMS, founder of the YMCA; emigrated with family on Amity Hall to Geelong, prominent in local community Australian Dictionary of Biography
J MITCHELMORE, Mr & Mrs 13 Oct 1954 QLD after 3 mo honeymoon at Yeppoon, Rockhampton, and Mount Morgan, left by place to complete their holiday in Cairns; at end of month, will make their home at Gilberton Station, Kidston; Mrs MITCHELMORE was formerly Miss Dorothy Wells, well known in Bajool and Walterhall Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton) 14 Oct 1954
Jas MICHELMORE 2 Aug 1935 SA of Greenway, Strathalbyn: celebrated 80th birthday, still rides his horse around his property Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 8 Aug 1935
John MICHELMORE 1885 QLD arrived in Mackay aged 17 yr 9 mo Townsville Daily Bulletin 24 Dec 1941
John A MICHELMORE 15 Apr 1908 QLD shareholder in Mount Orange Smelting Company Ltd Townsville Daily Bulletin 15 Apr 1908
John MITCHELMORE May 1919 SA of Exeter @ 91: 12 May 1828, arrived Tasmania 1833 in the barque Mary Ann, reached Melbourne from Hobart 1848, came to Port Adelaide in 1857; worked in boatbuilding until age 85, lived in house he built himself for over 25 yr Zeehan & Dundas Herald 27 May 1919
John MICHELMORE 2 May 1925 QLD in a full-page advertisement for J Michelmore & Co, "Battler" describes John's life before and after settling in Mackay in extensive detail The Capticornian (Rockhampton)
John MICHELMORE Apr 1966 QLD Photograph of Dame Annabelle Jane Mary RANKIN, DBE [Order of the British Empire—Dame Commander] with her neighbour John MICHELMORE at Toowong [Annabelle was a Federal Senate member for 34 years] National Archives of Australia; published in The Australian Women's Weekly 27 Apr 1966
Kathleen Jane MITCHELMORE née CREATI 194x VIC parents: Thomas CREATI, b South Melbourne 19 Mar 1920, and Jean MOODY; children: Troy and Matthew Descendants of Alexander ARBUTHNOT, Senior
Kitty MICHELMORE Jun 1929 SA aged 18 of Greenhill Road, Linden Park: recently returned home after holiday spent in Great Britain and on the Continent with her grandparents Mr & Mrs G T MAXFIELD, describes her experiences in a whole-page article The Mail (Adelaide)22 Jun 1929
Leslie Andrew MICHELMORE 2007 SA son of Edna (Edith) FRANKE and Harry MICHELMORE. Labourer. Married Phyllis NEWBOLD, daughter of Bruce NEWBOLD. No children of their own. Adopted Julie (Mrs Christopher LAUNER) and Paul Yorketown Historical Society
Lydia Abigail MICHELMORE née MARTEL 1882-1906 QLD parents had lived at Gilberton since 1870 in stone house fortified against attack from local Aboriginals; father worked at Oak Park, moved to Christmas Hill (close to Gilberton-Oak Park road) to be nearer gold mines; an excellent horse woman, may have met husband while helping in stock yard; inherited share of father's cattle, about 1906 took up country near Gilberton under Occupation Licence, brand L4F J. H. Letherbridge, The Michelmores of Gilberton, 1990
Lydia Abigail FITZSIMMONS née MICHELMORE 1950-1977 QLD her sons Dudley and Philip of considerable help to their Uncle Tom MICHELMORE at Gilberton in his declining years J. H. Letherbridge, The Michelmores of Gilberton, 1990
Peggy MICHELMORE 2006 QLD reminiscences of her life and the Nebo Hotel that she runs Weekend Australian 10 Jun 2006
Peter MITCHELMORE 1868 TAS daughter married Abraham MOREY Cyclopedia of Tasmania 1900
Peter MICHELMORE, Mrs 26 Oct 1951 SA of Wirraminna Station: celebrated 21st birthday and first wedding anniversary at St Helens The Mail (Adelaide)27 Oct 1951
Phil MICHELMORE   SA Michelmore Road in Yorketown named after him. A local farmer, he bought a large plot of land in that town in the 1930s or 1940s and built about 20 houses on it. Phil had a brother of Edithburgh. His wife was a Maud BILNEY Yorketown Historical Society
Philip MICHELMORE   SA farmer; son of Mrs J MICHELMORE, postmistress at Honiton 1924-1930; married Marjory BILNEY, one child, Kathleen. A sister of Phillip, Gladys, married Frederick John ANDERSON. A brother of Phillip, Harry, married Bessie FITCHLEY Yorketown Historical Society
Sheila MOUCHEMORE Jan 1929 WA of 22 Lansdowne Road, South Perth: in letter to Auntie Kitty, describes holiday with father & brother Ashton; drove to Como, Applecross, Canning, City Beach & met cousins at South Beach, camped at Lucky Bay, Kalamunda and Serpentine Falls; going to Kensington School doing easier work that she did in Kindergarten [several similar letters about this time] Sunday Times (Perth) 24 Feb 1929
Sheila MOUCHEMORE 22 Oct 1939 WA Auntie Kitty reports her birthday [also other years] Sunday Times (Perth) 17 Oct 1937
Thos MICHELMORE 19 Jan 1863 SA denies any relation to the Sarah MITCHELMORE referred to in a recent edition of the newspaper South Australian Register (Adelaide) 22 Jan 1863
Tom MICHELMORE 1925-1977 QLD made many improvements to Gilberton property; devoted his life to the care of his sisters till they married and his parents until they died; killed instantly when his Land Rover overturned on his return from Einasleigh J. H. Letherbridge, The Michelmores of Gilberton, 1990
W N MICHELMORE, Mrs Dec 1928 SA of Linden Park: her parents, Mr & Mrs G T MAXFIELD, celebrated their silver wedding anniversary The Register (Adelaide) 27 Dec 1928
Walter Michelmore HITCHCOCK 1849 VIC b 11 Aug 1832 Barnstaple, son of William HITCHCOCK of South Molton and his wife Mary Elizabeth née TOPE, brother of William; attended Denmark Hill School, Camberwell; apprenticed to uncle George, a London draper who also employed George WILLIAMS, founder of the YMCA; emigrated with family on Amity Hall to Geelong, prominent in local community Australian Dictionary of Biography
Accidents, illnesses and other traumas
Name Dates State Information Source
? MICHELMORE, Mr 18 Jan 1921 NSW his store at Springwood burgled, burglar James HURLEY aged 22 caught by Sgt THOMKINS Nepean Times (Penrith) 22 Jan 1921
? MICHELMORE, Mr 24 Mar 1857 SA his store and goods on Commercial Road saved from a conflagration that started at the Commercial Hotel South Australian Register (Adelaide) I25 Mar 1857
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 9 Dec 1876 SA valuables reported stolen from William REEVES at her boarding house, Semaphore Police Gazette
13 Dec 1876d>
? MITCHELMORE Feb 1881 SA ship's chandler of Port Adelaide: received £500 compensation from the Government for injuries received in a train accident some months since Sydney Morning Herald
5 Feb 1881
? MICHELMORE 15 Apr 1882 WA passenger per Bessie from Adelaide: narrowly escaped drowning by falling off the jetty at Fremantle South Australian Register (Adelaide)
17 Apr 1882
? MICHELMORE Nov 1895 SA aged about 13, only son of Mr M MICHELMORE: died at Bull's Creek after being savagely gored by a bull, witnessed by sister Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 5 Dec 1895
? MICHELMORE 7 May 1897 SA his van came to grief when the horse pulling it bolted Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 13 May 1897
? MICHELMORE 21 Nov 1901 SA aged 2, son of Mr T MICHELMORE of Wattle Bank near Strathalbyn: kicked in the head by a foal The Register (Adelaide) 26 Nov 1901
? MICHELMORE 10 Jan 1903 SA aged 5, son of Charles MICHELMORE: riding in cart with elder brother when the horse bolted, thrown from the cart and rendered unconscious The Register (Adelaide) 21 Jan 1903
? MICHELMORE, Miss 5 Jun 1904 SA second daughter of Jas MICHELMORE of Greenway Farm, thrown from her cantering horse when it caught its leg in a rabbit hole and rendered unconscious (in the same paddock where her brother was fatally injured 18 months previously) The Register (Adelaide) 8 Jun 1904
Southern Argus
(Port Elliot) 9 Jun 1904
? MICHELMORE, Mr 3 Jul 1904 SA fox shot dead that had killed several lambs in his sheep flock at Dry Plains Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 7 Jul 1904
? MICHELMORE 18 Dec 1905 SA a child of Mr MICHELMORE of Coobowie, Yorketown, sustained broken arm through being thrown off a horse The Advertiser (Adelaide) 21 Dec 1905
? MICHELMORE 8 Oct 1910 SA young man brought into Yorketown hospital badly injured through a fall from a bicycle, his tongue was bitten through and his face badly lacerated The Advertiser (Adelaide) 11 Oct 11910
? MITCHELMORE, the Misses 25 Dec 1913 VIC their dressmaking establishment destroyed by a fire that started in a neighbouring shop Gippsland Times
29 Dec 1913
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 9 Jun 1919 SA hut on her property, about 5 mi south of Meadows South, burnt down The Register (Adelaide) 12 Jun 1919
? MITCHELMORE 3 Aug 1932 NT peanut planter of Grose Island: police search party found a missing person report mistaken—he had been at Point Blaze on way to Darwin Daily News (Perth)
3 Aug 1932
? MICHELMORE, Mr Aug 1932 NSW narrowly escaped injury when his car left the road at Hogue's Creek, dashed down an incline, and stood on its nose a few feet from the water's edge Sydney Morning Herald 19 Aug 1932
A C MICHELMORE 4 Mar 1930 SA escaped harm in bush fire in the Wickham's Hill area near Meadows Chronicle (Adelaide)
5 Mar 1931
A C MICHELMORE 25 Feb 1931 SA of Kuitpo Forest: home narrowly escaped damage in bush fire in Meadows area Advertiser and Register (Adelaide) 26 Feb 1931
A A MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Mar 1950 SA serious fire damage to his property at Meadows avoided when volunteer fire fighters responded quickly to factory whistle Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 16 Mar 1950
Alice COHEN née Alice MITCHELMORE Jun 1944 NSW of Church Street, Bowral: her son, Lieut Roy COHEN, killed in action Cootamundra Herald
20 Jun 1944
Alick MITCHELMORE 28 Mar 1917 VIC Newry mailman: horse bolted from Sandy Creek to Maffra, shoulder and arm badly injured; had received permanent injury to left arm in Queensland some years ago The Argus (Melbourne) 28 Mar 1917
Barnard MOUCHEMORE 13 Sep 1943 WA rescued Kenneth O'CALLAGHAN (9) from drowning when he fell from a boat off Albany beach Kalgoorlie Miner
14 Sep 1943
Barry MICHELMORE 11 May 1951 SA South Adelaide footballer aged 22 of Meadows: pedestrian hit by his car at the intersection of Anzac Highway and Gordon Street, Glenelg, admitted to Royal Adelaide Hospital with concussion and abrasions The Mail (Adelaide)
12 May 1951
Bradley MOUCHEMORE Mar 2010 WA awarded Commonwealth Bravery Medal (for acts of bravery in hazardous circumstances) Sunday Times (Perth) 14 Mar 2010
Benjamin Brooks MOUCHEMORE 31 Oct 1931 WA of 22 Lansdowne Road, South Perth: collided with another car while backing out of a bush track onto Fremantle Road, wife Erna injured and taken to Perth Hospital The West Australian
 
(Perth) 2 Nov 1931
Bill MOUCHEMORE 19 Sep 2010 VIC of St Leonards: went motorcycle riding in bush near Colac with sons Connor 11 and Brody 14 and friends, got lost and had to be rescued by police next morning Geelong Advertiser
21 Sep 2010
C F M MICHELMORE Jan 1895 NSW of Hillgrove: his yellow-bay horse, previously reported missing, has been found Police Gazette
23 Jan 1895
C MICHELMORE, Mrs 24 Jun 1915 SA of Meadows South: flooded Meadows Creek extended to her back door, washed away fences and damaged bridges The Advertiser (Adelaide) 25 Jun 1915
C MITCHELMORE 1 Sep 1949 VIC suffered severe burns to hands when car in which he was a passenger caught fire near Cobden Camperdown Chronicle
9 Sep 1949
Charles F MICHELMORE 9 Jul 1893 NSW of Hunter's Hill, Sydney: assorted silver cutlery and a horizontal hunting watch stolen, total value £20 Police Gazette
12 Jul 1893
Charles F MICHELMORE 13 Sep 1893 NSW property stolen from him on 9 Jul found in the possession of a man arrested in Newcastle on suspicion of a robbery in Annandale Sydney Morning Herald 14 Sep 1893
Charles MICHELMORE 19 May 1897 NSW of Llewellyn Street, Balmain: a variety of items from his house with a total value of £15 stolen (recovered) Police Gazette
Chas MICHELMORE 8 Mar 1901 SA fire broke out in his paddocks at South Meadows, beaten out by willing helpers The Register (Adelaide) 15 Mar 1901
Cleve MICHELMORE 16 Aug 1940 SA aged 27 of Pirie Lane, Heatherton: seriously injured when his bicycle collided with a truck at the corner of Kingston and Moorabbin Roads, Cheltenham, admitted to the Alfred Hospital The Argus (Melbourne) 17 Aug 1940
D MOUCHEMORE 19 Oct 1892 VIC fishing with W JACKSON aboard the Magic, attempted unsuccessfully to save fellow fisherman in trouble The Argus (Melbourne) 19 Oct 1892
D MOUCHEMORE 29 Dec 1893 WA on crew of lifeboat that went to the aid of the Alert, which sank off Sorento Queenscliff Sentinel
30 Dec 1893
Daniel MOUCHEMORE 25 Mar 1886 VIC fisherman: helped save seaman swept overboard in heavy seas near Point Lonsdale reef The Argus (Melbourne) 26 Mar 1886
Daniel MOUCHMORE jnr 23 Jul 1887 VIC crew member of the Queenscliff lifeboat that rescued crew of the Gange Traralgon Record
26 Jul 1887
Dave MICHELMORE 14 Sep 1942 SA broke arm while felling trees at McHarg's Creek Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 17 Sep 1942
Edward MICHELMORE 17 Jan 1883 NSW property valued at £14 stolen from him while staying at the Model Lodging House, Kent Street, Sydney Police Gazette
24 Jan 1883d>
Edward MICHELMORE
28 Jan 1893 NSW of 138 Wells Street, Redfern: reported stolen gold scarf pin and brooch set with various jewels; returned to owner 22 Feb 1893 Police Gazette
Ernest MICHELMORE
26 Jun 1886 QLD aged 11: was with friend Joseph Williamson STOCKS when he was killed in a horse-riding accident in the bush near Gladstone Creek The Northern Miner (Charters Towers)
30 Jun 1886
Ernest H MICHELMORE
1 Jun 1871 QLD discovered body of murdered John CORBETT near Cave Creek, Gilberton Townsville Daily Bulletin 7 Jul 1950
Ernest MICHELMORE 1949 QLD aged 70: had buried 30 people because no minister was available at Gilberton; travelled 300 miles to Mareeba Hospital for operation because that was the nearest doctor [unknown newpaper]
30 Oct 1949
Ernie MICHELMORE May 1936 QLD has been suffering back pain as the result of a kick from a horse sustained many years ago Townsville Daily Bulletin 30 May 1936
Ernie MICHELMORE 1951 QLD taken ill Jan 1951, could not be taken to hospital because of heavy rains; buried next to old friend Paul BADLEY, who had lived with the family 1912-1930 J. H. Letherbridge, The Michelmores of Gilberton, 1990
F MICHELMORE, Misss 1912 SA reported loss of a brown leather purse Police Gazette
F W MICHELMORE 2 Jun 1921 NSW released from quarantine aboard Niagara, imposed when passenger was suspected of having smallpox, following successful vaccination Sydney Morning Herald
3 Jun 1921
F MICHELMORE, Mr 6 Mar 1926 SA of Strathalbyn: one of his hens died after attempting to swallow a baby diamond snake Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 11 Mar 1926
F G MICHELMORE, Mr 10 Nov 1948 SA carrier of Strathalbyn: about 30 gallons of petrol stolen from him Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 18 Nov 1948
Fred MICHELMORE 14 Aug 1900 SA gashed knee after slipping on some sharp rocks Southern Arguss (Port Elliot) 16 Aug 1900
Fred MICHELMORE 5 Dec 1946 SA resident in district for over 50 yr: lost his entire crop of oats and most of his barley & wheat damaged in worst wind storm he had ever seen Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 12 Dec 1946
Fred MICHELMORE 27 Nov 1951 SA 18 stone, 6 foot long snake coiled itself around his leg as he climbed over a fence Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 1 Nov 1951
G MOUCHEMORE, Sgt Sep 1915 VIC reported to be ill in England Queenscliff Sentinel
18 Sep 1915
H MITCHELMORE 3 Feb 1912 SA of Macclesfield: long lasting and disastrous bush fire turned southwards and threatened his property, saved by fire fighters The Advertiser (Adelaide) 5 Feb 1912
H MICHELMORE 29 Sep 1925 NT attempted to rescue James WIDDUP, who had had a heart attack and fallen into the water near Darwin Hospital Townsville Daily Bulletin 14 Oct 1925
H B MICHELMORE 9 Oct 1927 SA of Prospect Hill: lost sheds, dairy, storeroom, stables etc in fire, damage estimated at £200 The Register (Adelaide) 13 Oct 1929
H MICHELMORE 4 Mar 1930 SA narrowly escaped harm in bush fire at Prospect Hill near Meadows Chronicle (Adelaide)
5 Mar 1931
Harry MITCHELMORE 7 Jan 1928 NT of Grose Island: brought to Darwin news that Keith RENAULT had been killed by aboriginals at Point Blaze, had difficulty persuading police to investigate Northern Standard (Darwin) 10 Jan 1928
Harry MITCHELMORE 3 Feb 1936 NT a well-known identity who lives alone on a peanut plantation, was brought in from Point Charles and admitted to hospital for medical attention; brought across the harbor, 18 miles, in a small canoe by an aboriginal boy and a young half caste lad who paddled all the distance with a small piece of tattered sail cloth hoisted on a mangrove stick to assist their progress Daily News (Perth) 3Feb1936
Hedley MICHELMORE 25 Feb 1931 SA of Prospect Hill: home narrowly escaped damage in bush fire in Meadows area Advertiser and Register (Adelaide) 26 Feb 1931
J MITCHELMORE, Mrr 20 Dec 1905 VIC at Maffra saleyards, gored in jaw by angry cow The Argus (Melbourne) 21 Dec 1905
J A MITCHELMORE, Mr 28 Aug 1934 VIC Maffra shire herdsman: visiting his paddock on outskirts of town, found one of his bulls shot dead The Argus (Melbourne) 28 Aug 1934
J MICHELMORE, Mr 13 Aug 1952 QLD his seaside home at Black's Beach, Mackay, once a show place, abandoned after being half undermined by wind and sea erosion Townsville Daily Bulletin 14 Aug 1952
J T MICHELMORE, Mr 25 Jun 1953 SA of Strathalbyn: a utility truck he was driving collided with an unlit bicycle ridden by Don HOFFMAN of Strathalbyn at the intersection of Long Valley & Adelaide Roads; cyclist, unconscious, taken to hospital but later released Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 2 Jul 1953
James MITCHELMORE 16 Jan 1884 NSW fire at his drapery shop, Fitzmaurice Street, Wagga Wagga, destroyed entire stock in window display Sydney Morning Herald 17 Jan 1884
James MICHELMORE 27 Jan 1911 SA farmer of Strathalbyn: thrown from horse and broke right arm [another report gives his residence as Dry Plains, Strathalbyn] The Register (Adelaide) 1 Feb 1911
James MICHELMORE 2 May 1913 SA thrown under wheel of the dray he was driving home from Strathalbyn, fractured small bone in one of his legs [another report refers to a recent vehicle accident] The Register (Adelaide) 3 May 1913
Jas MICHELMORE 26 Aug 1909 SA of Sandergrove: a good deal cut and bruised after his horse swerved suddenly and capsized the cart he was driving Southern Arguss (Port Elliot) 2 Sep 1909
Jas MICHELMORE, jun 16 Jun 1917 SA of Dry Plains: broke a leg in two places when his horse swerved to avoid a fox and threw him to the ground; lay on ground for 3 hr before his brother saw him Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 21 Jun 1917
Jas MICHELMORE, sen 16 Jun 19177 SA of Greenway: hand pierced by sharp end of a horse harness The Advertiser (Adelaide) 13 Jul 1925
John MICHELMORE 25 Jul 1865 SA passenger on the tender Blanche which was wrecked on rocks near the Custom House, Wallaroo The South Australian Advertiser (Adelaide)
28 Aug 1865
John MICHELMORE
3 Dec 1902 SA son of James MICHELMORE of Greenway: sustained serious injuries to the head, including a broken jawbone, when a horse he was riding country fell at a fence [report 11 Dec states he had been unconscious for eight days] The Advertiser (Adelaide) 5 Dec 1902
John MICHELMORE 28 Feb 1951 QLD aged 3 mo of Wood Street, Rockhampton: given first aid by ambulance team after a fall resulted in a contusion and swelling above the right eye Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton)
1 Mar 1951
Joseph MITCHELMORE 11 Jun 1898 VIC porter, Spencer Street Railway Station, Melbourne: reported a brown chesterfield overcoat stolen from the porters' room at the station on 10 Jun Police Gazette
Joseph MITCHELMORE 8 Jun 1943 TAS in Royal Hobart Hospital suffering from serious head injuries received in an accident The Mercury (Hobart) 9 Jun 1943
L J MICHELMORE 25 Dec 1937 SA offers reward for return of 12 x 10 tarpaulin lost between Mitcham and Dashwood Gully The Advertiser (Adelaide) 28 Dec 1937
Laura MICHELMORE Apr 1938 VIC aged 13 of Wedges Road, Lyndhurst: thrown to the ground when horse stumbled, but unhurt The Argus (Melbourne) 19 Feb 1938
Laura MICHELMORE Apr 1938 VIC aged 13 of Wedges Road, Lyndhurst: thrown to the ground when horse stumbled, but unhurt The Argus (Melbourne) 19 Feb 1938
Lydia Abigail MICHELMORE née MARTEL Sep 1953 QLD taken to Lyndhurst by truck, then to Cairns by Aerial Ambulance; admitted to Calvary Hospital, then transferred to the Base Hospital where she died a month later J. H. Letherbridge, The Michelmores of Gilberton, 1990
Maria MITCHELMORE May 1954 VIC aged 44 of Hawksburn Road, South Yarra: admitted to Alfred Hospital with a fractured leg after she was struck by an alleged hit-run car at the intersection of Toorak & St George's Roads, Toorak The Argus (Melbourne) 24 May 1954
Maurice MITCHELMORE 9 Jan 1948 VIC of Morwell: assisted in saving two girls from drowning in the sea channel adjacent to the jetty at Inverloch Morwell Advertiser
15 Jan 1948
P MOUCHEMORE 29 Dec 1893 VIC on crew of lifeboat that went to the aid of the Alert, which sank off Sorento Queenscliff Sentinel
30 Dec 1893
P MICHELMORE
17 Oct 1949 QLD owner, Fort Nebo: storm caused £400 damage, but rain saved the station, which had already lost breeders through severe drought conditions Cairns Post 21 Oct 1949
Peter MITCHELMORE 27 Jul 1932 NT peanut grower of Point Charles: left farm 3 wk previously for Quail Island to get oysters, expected back in a few days, foul play suspected Brisbane Courier
26 Jul 1932
Northern Star (Lismore) 27 Jul 1932
Philip MICHELMORE, Mrs 2 Feb 1895 SA wife of farmer of Koolywurtie: dislocated hip when horse shied and capsized the spring cart in which she was riding towards Minlaton The Advertiser (Adelaide) 5 Feb 1895
Phil MICHELMORE 17 Oct 1919 SA thrown out of his trap when a motor car collided with it The Register (Adelaide) 21 Oct 1919
Raymond MOUCHEMORE 13 Apr 1936 WA his BSA motor cycle stolen from outside Tattersall's Club Daily News (Perth)
18 Apr 1936
S MICHELMORE, Mrs 22 Feb 1933 SA of Gum View: lost grass, hay and sheep in bush fire, saved 92 yr old house The Advertiser (Adelaide) 23 Feb 1933
Sarah MICHELMORE, Mrs 1913 SA 21 of her ewes, valued at £18, reported stolen from a paddock in the hundred of Kuitpo, near Prospect Hill [10 ewes with lambs later found in a paddock at Blackfellow's Creek] Police Gazette
T MICHELMORE
13 Feb 1899 SA fire deliberately lit in his paddock at Meadows South, the fourth time this season; this one got out of control and has been raging near the Blackfellow's Creek diggings; about 800 acres of his property burned, damage about L400 The Advertiser (Adelaide) 15 Feb 1899
T MICHELMORE Aug 1903 SA of Wattle Bank Farm: while engaged in chaff cutting, a beam of the shed fell and struck him on the head, knocking him unconscious and inflicting an ugly scalp wound Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 6 Aug 1903
The Register
(Adelaide) 14 Aug 19033
Thomas MICHELMORE 5 Apr 1880 SA of Port Adelaide: bruised and shaken when a Port train was derailed Border Watch (Mount Gambier) 10 Apr 1880
Thomas MICHELMORE 22 Sep 1881 SA 27 ft of ½-inch gutta-percha hose reported stolen from the garden of his house at the Semaphone Police Gazette
28 Sep 1881
Thomas MICHELMORE
9 Mar 1906 SA his trap damaged when a loose horse collided with it Southern Argus (Port Elliot) 15 Mar 1906
Trevor MITCHELMORE 3 Nov 1936 TAS of Little Swanport: lost a number of sheep in bush fire caused by negligent campers, no property damage due to efforts of a large band of fire fighters from the area Examiner (Launceston)
7 Nov 1936
W S MITCHELMORE 4 May 1863 VIC of Williamstown: asked to come home or write immediately, father is ill The Star (Ballarat)
12 May 1863
W MOUCHEMORE 29 Dec 1893 VIC on crew of lifeboat that went to the aid of the Alert, which sank off Sorento Queenscliff Sentinel
30 Dec 1893
W MOUCHEMORE 17 Jun 1915 VIC his fishing boat escorted back to shore during a heavy ocean by the military launch Mars under Capt MOUCHEMORE Queenscliff Sentinel
19 Jun 1915
W N MICHELMORE, Mrss 20 Sep 1928 SA of Greenhill Road, Linden Park: offers reward for return of five-diamond ring, probably lost Linden Park or Toorak The Register (Adelaide) 20 Sep 1928
W H MOUCHEMORE 8 Feb 1941 VIC coxswain of the Queenscliff lifeboat: recommended for recognition by the Royal Humane Society for rescue of passengers and crew of the interstate passenger vessel Orungal off Barwon Heads on 21 Nov 1940 Cairns Post 10 Feb 1941
William Henry MITCHELMORE 24 Nov 1888 NSW captain of the Balmain Ferry Company steamer Birkenhead: en route from Erskine Street to Leichhardt, steamer collided with an unlit boat off Longnose Point; one accidental death, 14 rescued Sydney Morning Herald
5 Dec1888
Other information
Name Dates State Information Source
? MICHELMORE 30 Apr 1870 QLD unclaimed letter from UK to him at Brisbane I 1859-1875
? MICHELMORE, Mr 9 Feb 1881 SA anonymous letter complains that he received £500 compensation for injuries received in a train accident, although he was not missed for any length of time from his usual place, when a poor widow who was laid up for 4 mo only received £250 [several other letters followed, one claiming he was initially offered £25, another that he had suffered spinal injuries as result of falling on his head] South Australian Register (Adelaide)
9 Feb 1881
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 8 Mar 1887 NSW of Hunter's Hill: advertised for good general servant who is also good laundress Sydney Morning Herald
8 Mar 1887
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 7 Sep 1894 NSW of 304 Bourke Street, Sydney: reward offered for return of her Maltese terrier dog Sydney Morning Herald
7 Sep 1894
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 12 Feb 1901 NSW of 61 Regent Street, Sydney: reward offered for return of her Maltese terrier dog Sydney Morning Herald 12 Feb 1901
? MICHELMORE, Mrs 22 Jan 1921 NSW of Wybalena, Woolwich Road, Hunter's Hill: advertises for a working housekeeper for 3 in family, gd cook, lib outings, wages 25s. Take Lane Cove steamer to Garrick's Wharf Sydney Morning Herald 22 Jan 1921
? MICHELMORE 19 Jul 1923 SA of Hazelwood Avenue, Marryatville: offers cutter and engine for sale The Register (Adelaide) 19 Jul 1923
? MUCHMORE, Mrs 18 May 1939 WA departed Perth on the Westland express for Adelaide The West Australian
 
(Perth) 19 May 1939
A A MICHELMORE Apr 1925 SA of Meadows: registered a Maxwell motor car The Register (Adelaide) 29 Apr 1925
Alick MICHELMORE, Mrs Sep 1933 SA of Ocean Road, Victor Harbor: won newspaper competition The Mail (Adelaide)
2 Sep 1933
Alpheaus Mitchell MITCHELMORE 15 Jul 1858 VIC letter to father describes his first year or so in Australia, including unsuccessful gold mining [copy on file]
Alpheaus Mitchell MITCHELMORE 20 May 1859 VIC gardener of Ratherwood Street, Richmond: letter to father describes typical earnings and costs [copy on file]
Bertha WYATT née MICHELMORE 1923 QLD of Charters Towers: although she lived at Gilberton, she stayed at YEO's place in Kidston in 1923 when she attend school there (taught by Mr WHITBY). Report on Kidson Reunion 23 Sep 1984
Bertha MICHELMORE Aug 1928 QLD of Gilberton: enrolled in the  newspaper's Golden Rule Club Townsville Daily Bulletin 4 Aug 1928
C MICHELMORE, Mr Sep 1863 SA gold, a small piece adhering to a stone, found on his land near the county boundary while planting vines South Australian Register (Adelaide)
15 Sep 1863
C T M MICHELMORE Aug-Sep 1899 QLD letter addressed to him sent to the Dead Letter Office, Brisbane Morning Post (Carins)
14 Sep 1899
C MICHELMORE, Ms Sep 1987 ACT of Gowrie: won family first-aid kit in St John Ambulance competition The Canberra Times
7 Sep 1987
Charles Ad MICHELMORE 1881-1888 SA ledgers of children boarded out, p 295b SA State Archives
Charles Ad MICHELMORE 1884-1900 SA ledgers of children boarded out, p 14c SA State Archives
D W MOUCHEMORE 1858 VIC unclaimed ship letter at Melbourne General Post Office VIC Government Gazette 1858 Part 2
David MICHELMORE Jan 1975   reported from Egypt on unsuccessful attempt to find the royal burial chamber in King Chephren's pyramid at Gizeh The Canberra Times
7 Jan 1975
Dean Joseph MITCHELMORE 9 Oct 1982 NSW c/ref Australian Genealogical Computer Index
E A MICHELMORE May 1923 SA of Hectorville: registered a 23.8 Dodge The Register (Adelaide) 16 May 1923
E A MICHELMORE May 1924 SA of Bishop's Place, Kensington: registered a 16.5 Essex The Register (Adelaide) 28 May 1924
E A MICHELMORE Mar 1925 SA of Kensington: with T A MICHELMORE, registered a Ford motor car The Register (Adelaide) 4 Mar 1925
E MICHELMORE Dec 1943 SA of 54 Port Road, Allenby Gardens: advertises new saddle and bridle for sale The Advertiser (Adelaide) 10 Dec 1943
G MITCHELMORE 1868 VIC request to collect amount payment due to him at Receipt & Pay Office, Geelong VIC Government Gazette
Geo MICHELMORE 1857 VIC of Geelong [unknown matter] VIC Government Gazette 1851 Part 7
Geo MITCHELMORE 1873 VIC request to collect amount payment due to him at Receipt & Pay Office, Geelong [also 14 Feb 1873] VIC Government Gazette 14 Feb 1873
H E MITCHELMORE, Mr May 1889 NSW of Wagga, son of Mr J MITCHELMORE of the Club Hotel: took some capital photographic views of Cootamundra shoing the hospital, the streets, some choice spots, and picknickers etc. Cootamundra Herald
18 May 1889
H MICHELMORE, Mr 5 Apr 1927 NT arrived at Darwin by lugger from Grose Island Northern Standard (Darwin) 8 Apr 1927
Harry MICHELMORE 23 Jan 1929 NT of Point Charles: arrived in Darwin Townsville Daily Bulletin 19 Feb 1929
Harry MITCHELMORE Aug 1935 NT a well known beachcomber, holding Grose Island under agricultural license: reported that Minamara, the escaped aboriginal murderer, is believed to be hiding in the mangroves on Grose Island Daily News (Perth) 3Feb1936
Horace MITCHELMORE Apr 1926 NSW of Beloit IL: wrote letter to parents in Wagga praising cheap cars and petrol and cement roads everywhere around Chicago Horsham Times
23 Apr 1926
J MICHELMORE sen 16 Nov 1878 SA of Section 107, Curramulka: offers £3 reward for return of his pony South Australian Chronicle and Weekly Mail (Adelaide) 16 Nov 1878
J MITCHELMORE, Mr 17 Aug 1885 NSW passed through Albury en route to Melbourne Sydney Morning Herald 18 Aug 1885
J MICHELMORE 25 Jul 1892 SA of next Model School, Semaphore: offers reward for black opera glasses left on 10.45pm train from Adelaide to Semaphore The Advertiser (Adelaide) 25 Jul 1892
J E MICHELMORE Feb 1917 SA of Moonta: registered a 11.6 Morris Crowley The Mail (Adelaide)10 Feb 1917
J MITCHELMORE 19 Oct 1948 QLD businessman of Mackay: sailed from Cairns to Barrier Reef for a fishing expedition with other Mackay businessmen Cairns Post 20 Oct 1948
Jabez MITCHELMORE Jan 1865 VIC of Pascoe Street, Williamstown: holder of 5 shares in the Concord Quartz Mining Company VIC Government Gazette 24 Jan 1865
Jabez MITCHELMORE 1886-1890 NSW on Cootamundra electoral roll in 1887 Patricia Caskie, Cootamundra: Foundation to Federation, Cootamundra: Annwel Enterprises, 1991
Jack MICHELMORE 1 Jul 1953 NSW handling the mechanical work in the construction of a 2 feet long model motor boat designed by fellow Casino ambulance officer Harold CREIGHTON Northern Star (Lismore) 2 Jul 1953
James MITCHELMORE 1867 TAS medical attendance Deposited Private Archives Index C7/40
John A MICHELMORE 15 Apr 1908 QLD shareholder in Mount Orange Smelting Company Ltd Townsville Daily Bulletin 15 Apr 1908
L V MITCHELMORE, Mrs Mar 1950 TAS donated L10 to United Nations Appeal for Children through Spring Bay Council clerk Examiner (Launceston) 24 Mar 1950
Laurie MOUCHEMORE, Mrs 20 Jul 1946 WA flew from Perth to Albany with infant Daily News (Perth)
20 Jul 1946
Leslie Andrew MICHELMORE 2007 SA son of Edna (Edith) FRANKE and Harry MICHELMORE. Labourer. Married Phyllis NEWBOLD, daughter of Bruce NEWBOLD. No children of their own. Adopted Julie (Mrs Christopher LAUNER) and Paul Yorketown Historical Society
Lola MOUCHEMORE May 1930 WA photo, taken by sister Sheila, published Sunday Times (Perth) 25 May 1930
Lydia A MICHELMORE Mar 1929 QLD of Gilberton: enrolled as member of the newpaper's Golden Rule Club Townsville Bulletin
23 Mar 1929
M MICHELMORE 4 May 1872 QLD unclaimed Official Colonial letter to him at Denby Unclaimed Letters Index 1859-1874
P C MICHELMORE 2 Nov 1872 QLD 3 unclaimed inland letters to him at Clermont Unclaimed Letters Index 1859-1874
P C MICHELMORE 30 Dec 1871 QLD unclaimed inland letter to him at Ipswich Unclaimed Letters Index 1859-1874
P C MICHELMORE 4 Jan 1873 QLD unclaimed Official Colonial letter to him at Warra Warra Unclaimed Letters Index 1859-1874
P MICHELMORE, Mrs 2 Apr 1870 QLD unclaimed letter from UK to her at Ipswich Unclaimed Letters Index 1859-1874
P MICHELMORE 16 Mar 1918 SA of Kingscote Street, Alberton: advertises about 400 new and second hand bricks for sale The Advertiser (Adelaide) 16 Mar 1918
P T MICHELMORE 16 Feb 1929 QLD of Percyville: granted discount on late council rates on account of the infrequent mail service Cairns Post 16 Feb 1929
Peter MITCHELMORE 29 Feb 1852 SA has not claimed letter lying at Melbourne General Post Office, addressed care of Robert Ferguson, Melbourne Government Gazette
Peter MICHELMORE 11 Jun 1928 NT trader of Grose Island: brought cargo of peanuts from Daly River, reported aboriginal murder at request of aboriginal community Geraldton Guardian 12 Jun 1928
Peter MUCHMORE 13 Jan 1970 VIC handsome sales manager of a leading Melbourne fashion house aged 28: arrived at Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore, with fiancée, Susan CALEY, secretary aged 22 of Sydney The Straits Times
13 Jan 1970
Philip Ching MICHELMORE 1908-1909 QLD applied for a Queensland old age pension Judy Webster's Genealogy Advice
R MICHELMORE 23 Jan 1858 VIC unclaimed ship letter at General Post Office, Melbourne Government Gazette 1858, Part 1
R MICHELMORE 4 Jul 1859 QLD cheque for £2 19s 3d drawn by him for F LEAKEY on Clark Irving, Sydney, stolen at Condamine Moreton Bay Courier (Brisbane) 16 Jul 1859
Rodney MICHELMORE 1980-2006 NSW student, Ku-ring-gai High School, North Turramurra NSW; finished High School in England, did a law degree, worked as a criminal lawyer in the UK for 8 yr, married, moved to Bermuda about 2002, keen kayaker Ku-ring-gai High School Class of 1986
T MICHELMORE 6 Apr 1883 SA of Semaphore: offers reward for help in finding his lost Newfoundland dog South Australian Register (Adelaide)
13 Apr 1883
T MICHELMORE 1884-1900 SA ledgers of children boarded out, p 192c SA State Archives
T A MICHELMORE Mar 1925 SA of Kensington: with E A MICHELMORE, registered a Ford motor car The Register (Adelaide) 4 Mar 1925
Thomas MICHELMORE 1891 SA arrived South Australia 1849; sailmaker employed by Capt. FRENCH, Commercial Road, Port Adelaide; deacon at Port Adelaide Congregational Church Adelaide Observer 7 Nov 1891
Thomas MICHELMORE 1902 SA portrait State Library of South Australia
William MICHELMORE 10 Mar 1840 SA UK labourer, applied for free passage to SA (1M, 1F) SA State Archives
William MICHELMORE 1 Jul 1847 SA unclaimed letter at General Post Office, Adelaide SA Government Gazette 1 Jul 1847
Wm MICHELMORE 31 Jul 1849 SA unclaimed letter at General Post Office, Adelaide SA Government Gazette 23 Aug 1849

 

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