Person:Ethel Tronier (1)

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Ethel Alexandra Tronier
m. 5 Aug 1871
  1. Ethel Alexandra Tronier1872 - 1942
  2. Arthur Christian Tronier1874 - 1874
m. Mar 1899
  1. Marion Winnifred Allen1900 - 1973
  2. Cecil Birnie Allen1902 - 1992
  3. Gwendoline Haaber Allen1904 - 1987
  4. George Holmer Allen1909 - 1991
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Name Ethel Alexandra Tronier
Married Name Allen
Gender Female
Birth? 20 May 1872 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Mar 1899 Glen Innes, Australiato John Birnie Allen
Death? 17 February 1942 Maitland, New South Wales, Australia
The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954), Saturday 15 June 1872, page 7
TRONIER - May 20, at her residence, 236, Crown-street, Woolloomooloo, Mrs. Carl Tronier, of a daughter.
Birth Certificate: New South Wales Births, Deaths & Marriages
Registration Number Last Name Given Name(s) Father's Given Name(s) Mother's Given Name(s) District
1274/1872 TRONIER ETHEL A CARL C A H WINIFRED SYDNEY
Death Certificate: New South Wales Births, Deaths & Marriages
Registration Number Last Name Given Name(s) Father's Given Name(s) Mother's Given Name(s) District
4509/1940 ALLEN ETHEL ALEXANDER CARL CHRISTIAN A H WINIFRED NEWCASTLE
Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Thursday 14 April 1887, page 4
HONOUR TO GLEN INNES. -At the Indian and Colonial Exhibition, London, Master Herbert Cotton, of Glen Innes, was awarded a prize for his excellent exhibitions of Mappings and drawings, and received a commemorative medal, signed with the Prince of Wales' auto- graph (" Arthur Edward "), as:well as that of "Phillip Cunliffe Owen," Secretary to the Royal Commission. We learn, also, that Miss Ethel Tronier, has gained a prize for needlework, and Mr. F. J. Utz for a bag of flour. The latter was made by Mr. John J. Skinner, now head miller for Mr. E. Grover. -Glen Innes Guardian.
Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Friday 14 October 1892, page 3
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SYDNEY UNIVERSITY. THE following are the results from the Northern districts of the senior examinations recently held at the University. A, denotes first-class; B, second-class; C, third class : Brookes, Thomas, Superior Public School, Newcastle.- Geography C, arithmetic B, geometry C, geology C. Crossman, Alice Maud Caroline, New England Ladies' College, Armidale.-- History of Europe C, ancient history C, geography A, English A, geology B, botany C. Denshire, Reginald Griffith, Superior Public School, Glen Innes. Geography B, English C, geometry C, physiology C, freehand and model drawing C. Hole, William Francis, Grammar School, East Maitland.--French C, Latin. C, arithmetic B, algebra C, geometry B, trigonometry C, plane geom. drawing and perspective A. (Qualified for matriculation and for entrance to the faculties of medicine and science and to the department of engineering.) Hubert, Mary Ann, Girls' High School, West Maitland.-Ancient his- C, English C, French A, Latin C. M'Donald, William Henry Bourne, Superior Public School, Glen Innes. Geography C, geometry C, physiology C, freehand and model drawing B. Muscio, Allan, Superior Public School, Taree.-History of Europe C, geography B, arithmetic C, geometry C. Neilson, Robert James Superior . Public School, Newcastle. History of Europe C, geography C, geometry C, geology B. Tronier, Ethel Alexandra, High School, Glen Innes.--Geography B, English C, geology B, freehand and model drawing C.