Robert Hemphill
(Cir 1840-)
Mary Hamilton
(Cir 1845-)
Johnston Hemphill
(Abt 1863-1940)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Martha Mustey

Johnston Hemphill

  • Born: Abt 1863
  • Marriage (1): Martha Mustey on 10 Sep 1902 in Victoria Australia
  • Died: 9 Jan 1940, Lancefield, Victoria Australia aged about 77
  • BuriedMale: 10 Jan 1940, Lancefield Cemetery, Victoria Australia

  General Notes:

The Lancefield Mercury. Thursday January 11th 1940.
MR. JOHNSON HEMPHILL
The death took place at his residence "The Pines" on Tuesday afternoon, of Mr. Johnson Hemphill, a member of one of the best-known families in the Lancefield and Romsey districts. His health had not been good for some months. Deceased carried on farming and grazing pursuits for over 50 years but, being of a very quiet disposition, did not take any active part in public affairs. He leaves a widow, two daughters and one son to mourn their loss. A report of the funeral and further particulars of deceased's life will appear in our next issue.
The Lancefield Mercury. Thursday January 18th 1940.
We referred in our last issue to the death of the late Mr. Johnson Hemphill, which took place at his residence "The Pines" on Tuesday, January 9th.
The deceased gentleman was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. Hemphill, who were among the first pioneers of the Lancefield district. The family are among the best known and highly respected though out the district. Until recently Mr. Hemphill had enjoyed fairly good health.
The funeral which took place at the Lancefield Cemetery on January 10th, was largely attended. Services at the house and at the graveside were conducted by Mr. Brierly and the Rev. F. Vickerman, a brother-in-law of the deceased.
The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr. W. A. Gallpen.

  Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Grazier.

Religion: Methodist.

connection. The connection between Chris Green & myself is as follows:
Christopher Green (c1940)
His father was H. H. Green (c1920) who married Lilian Kenward (c1920)
Her father was Charles Kenward (1880) who married Lilian Thurza Foord (1877)
Her father was Richard Foord (1843) who married Emma Alce (1842)
They had Rosetta Foord (1868) who married David Potter (1873)
He had Olive Potter (1908) who married William McCaskie (c1910)
His father was Samuel McCaskie (c1880) & he also had Robert McCaskie (1903) who married Mary Hemphill (1906)
Her father was Johnston Hemphill (c1863) who married Mary Mustey (1877)
Her father was Charles Mustey (1833) who married Mary Dixon (1840)
Her father was Christopher Dixon (1812) & he also had Janet Dixon (1853) who married Harry Hiscock (c1846)
They had Frank Hiscock (1873) who married Emily Wallis (1875)
Her father was William Wallis (1849) who married Victorine Groube (1851)
Her father was Rev Horatio Groube (1814) & he also had George Groube (1847)
He had Edith Groube (1880) who married Percy Howe (1866)
His father was Robert Howe (1833)
His father was Frederick Howe (1805)
His father was James Howe (1777)
His father was George Howe (1741) & he also had Sarah Howe (1775)
She had Alexander Moss (1811)
She had James Moss (1846)
He had Laura Kershaw Waldock or Moss (1864)
She had Winthrop Larkinson (1889)
He had Dulcie Larkinson (1926) who married Colin Davies (1925)
She had me- Robyn Bray (nee Davies) (1950)


Johnston married Martha Mustey, daughter of Charles Mustey and Mary Dixon, on 10 Sep 1902 in Victoria Australia. (Martha Mustey was born on 9 Oct 1877 in Lancefield, Victoria Australia, died on 29 Jul 1956 in Lancefield, Victoria Australia and was buried on 31 Jul 1956 in Lancefield Cemetery, Victoria Australia.)


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