Belor McLindon,

Name
Belor /McLindon/
Given names
Belor
Surname
McLindon
Married name
Belor /Spellman/
MarriageJohn SpellmanView this family
Yes

Marriage of a childJohn JohnstonEliza SpellmanView this family
November 28, 1864
Note: Australia, Marriage Index, 1788-1950

Australia, Marriage Index, 1788-1950 Name: Eliza Spellman Spouse Name: John Johnston Marriage Date: 28 Nov 1864 Marriage Place: Queensland Registration Place: Queensland Registration Year: 1864 Registration Number: 000301 Page Number: 14025 Australia, Death Index, 1787-1985 Name: John Johnston Death Date: 15 Mar 1909 Death Place: Queensland Father's name: Francis Johnston Mother's name: Eliza Maine Registration Year: 1909 Registration Place: Queensland Registration Number: 000147 Page Number: 13215

Birth of a granddaughterEliza Jane Johnston
July 22, 1867

Death of a daughterEliza Spellman
July 19, 1887
Note: Australia, Death Index, 1787-1985

Australia, Death Index, 1787-1985 Name: Eliza Johnston Death Date: 19 Jul 1887 Death Place: Queensland Father's name: John Spellman Mother's name: Belor McLindon Registration Year: 1887 Registration Place: Queensland Registration Number: 000104 Page Number: 7516

Marriage of a granddaughterThomas AndersonEliza Jane JohnstonView this family
September 13, 1894
Death of a granddaughterEliza Jane Johnston
September 16, 1938

Citation details:

Monday 19 September 1938, Page 2

Text:

Obituary - ELIZA JANE ANDERSON. The death occurred on Friday evening of Mrs. Eliza Jane Anderson, at her residence in George Street. The deceased was 72 years of age, and was the widow of the late Thomas Anderson, well-known in Bowen for many years as the owner of large livery stables. The late Mrs. Anderson was of the trite pioneer stock, and hard-working and energetic to extremes. She took an active part in the dairying that formed part of her husband's livelihood for many years and found time to be an exemplary wife and mother. Her cheerful disposition and love of children made a favourite with all the youngsters of the neighbourhood, all of whom knew her affect innately as "Andy.” She suffered a long illness prior to her decease and was typical of her generation in the way she bore her sufferings. Deceased is survived by a son Frank, and Mrs. W. Corbett, to whom the sympathy of their many friends is extended. The funeral left, the residence at a p.m. on Saturday and was well attended. Rev. Father Hegarty performed the last sad rites at tile graveside.