Person:William McMiles (2)

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William Campbell McMiles
m. 12 MAR 1845
  1. Joseph McIlmoil1846 - 1917
  2. Samuel McIlmoil1849 - 1924
  3. Mary McIlmoil1852 - 1857
  4. John McIlmoil1854 - 1858
  5. William Campbell McMiles1856 - 1907
  6. Robert McMiles1859 - 1914
  7. Elizabeth McIlmoil1862 - 1887
  8. Jane McIlmoil1864 -
  9. Thomas McIlmoil1867 - 1925
m. 25 JAN 1882
  1. Alfred George McMiles1883 - 1916
  2. William Campbell McMiles1885 - 1952
  3. Jane (Jean) McMiles1887 - 1942
  4. Lesley Joseph McMiles1888 - 1958
  5. Lancelot Earnest McMiles1892 - 1955
Facts and Events
Name William Campbell McMiles
Gender Male
Birth[1] 09 AUG 1856 Old Kilpatrick, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
Occupation[2] BET 1878 AND 1881 Sydney, New South Wales, AustraliaTrimmer/Donkeyman
Immigration[3] 13 JUL 1878 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage 25 JAN 1882 Sydney, New South Wales, Australiato Alice May Hartup
Occupation[4] BET 1901 AND 1916 Perth, Western Australia, AustraliaFruiterer
Occupation[5] up to 1907 Perh, Western Australia, AusraliaBaker
Death? 18 OCT 1907 Perth, Western Australia, Australia

William came to Australia before his brothers Joeseph and Samuel. He was working on the coastal steamers Katoomba, Ly Ee Moon and Keilawarra between (maybe 7 September) 7 October 1878 and November 1881.

Joe & Sam came to Australia on the Corona, 9 October 1879.


KATOOMBA, I twin ss, b.1878 Blackwood & Gordon PORT GLASGOW for Australasian S.N.Co., 1887 to Australasian United S.N.Co., Hulked 1903 when sold to D.Sheehy

She was launched on : Saturday, 02/02/1878

References
  1. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. International Genealogical Index (R). (Name: Name: Copyright (c) 1980, 2002, data as of January 1, 2009;;), Batch No.: C115011.

    Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type: C115011 1855 - 1867 6035516 REGISTER Film NONE Sheet: 00

  2. Australian Steam Navigation Company, Various shipping recored 1878 - 1881.
  3. Australian Steam Navigation Company, Crew List.
  4. Australian Electoral Rolls, 1901-1936.
  5. The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879-1954) , in National Library Australia Trove Digitised Newspapers, 1, Saturday 19 October 1907 .