Family Tree of the Adlers, Edwardses, Hogans, Lipscombes and Olivers

Thomas Faulks (1844 - 1921), and Harriet Shove (1847 - 1866)

Married: 1865, Vic, Australia

PARENTS   CHILDREN
Robert Faulks
Born: 3 Nov 1818, Notts, England
Died: 26 Jun 1916, Eddington, Vic, Australia
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Mary Husbands
Born: Mar 1821, Notts, England
Died: 3 Mar 1855, Geelong, Vic, Australia

 
Thomas FAULKS
Born: 1844, Cropwell Butts, Notts, England
Died: 10 Jun 1921, Korong Vale, Vic, Australia
Buried: 12 Jun 1921, Korong Vale, Vic, Australia
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1st family  2nd family  

 
Mary Faulks
Born: 1866, Neereaman, Vic, Australia
Died: 1866, Eddington, Vic, Australia

 
Andrew Shove
Born: 19th c.

Sophia ~??
Born: 19th c.

 
Harriet SHOVE
Born: 1847, Surrey, England
Died: 25 Dec 1866, Vic, Australia




 
T. Faulks
Source: Birth - From marriage certificate [LW]. Death - Death indexes 1914-1930 [LW]. Burial - AIGS Cemetery Index [LW].

H. Shove
Source: Death - Victorian Pioneer Index (1836-1888) [LW].

Marriage source: Victorian Pioneer Index on CD-ROM (1836-1888) [AL].  

Story: Thomas Faulks (1844 - 1921)

From Lois Willis, added to this site 1 Jun 2003

At the time of his marriage to Hannah, Thomas is listed as being a widower - first wife died 25 Dec 1866. He had one deceased child.

  • Burial: 12 June 1921, Korong Vale, Victoria, Australia
  • Occupation: Farmer
  • Residence: Laanecoorie, Victoria, Australia


From Wedderburn Express, added to this site 1 Jun 2003

OBITUARY, Friday June 17, 1921

Late Thos. FAULKS KORONG VALE

One of the pioneers of the Korong Vale district, in the person of Mr Thomas Faulks, passed away on Friday last. Mr Faulks was born at Nottinghamshire, England, and came to Australia at the age of 10 years. For some years he lived at Laanecoorie and Eddington, coming to Korong Vale district 44 years ago and living there ever since.

He was closely connected with the Methodist Church, for 17 years being superintendent of the Sunday School.

The funeral took place of Sunday, the Rev. F. A. Apted conducting services at the house and the graveside. The coffin was carried by his five sons - John, Robert, William, Serpell and George, and his son-in-law (Mr F Vernon).

In the evening a memorial service was held in the Methodist Church where a large number paid their respects to the deceased's memory. The service was conducted by Rev. Apted and was most impressive.




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