Note for: John Duffield, 1776 - 1821 Index
Now "John Hole"
Note for: Lydia Bidgood, 1775 - 1839 Index
Place: Stoke Damerel Church, Devenport, Devon, England
Note for: Unnamed Laidler, 12 MAY 1869 - 12 MAY 1869 Index
Place: Maldon Pioneers Cemetery, Victoria, AustraliaIndividual Note:
Plot No 276
Note for: Charles Whitfield, 1863 - 8 OCT 1906 Index
Burial: Individual Note:
1903 Electoral Roll, living in Welsford St Shepparton, Victoria, Coachsmith.
Note for: Ellen Elinda Florence Laidler, 9 APR 1885 - 2 SEP 1942 Index
Date: At time of MarriageBurial:
Date: 3 SEP 1942
Place: Bendigo Public Cemetary H1, Victoria, AustraliaIndividual Note:
Item in the 'Bendigo Advertiser' 14th April 1885: "On the 9th instant at Napier Street, Maryborough, the wife of Jas M Laidler, of a daughter."
Roll call: Jan 1896 - enrolled at the Maryborough Technical School
Eleanor Florence died at Arnold Street in Bendigo. Her place of residence at the time was High Street, Golden Square. Death Reg No 26921.
Note for: James Chisholm, - 27 NOV 1945 Index
Place: Bendigo Public Cemetery, Victoria, Australia
Note for: (Colin) James Chisholm, 1884 - 27 NOV 1945 Index
Place: Maryborough VicBurial:
Place: Bendigo Public Cemetery, Victoria, AustraliaIndividual Note:
Birth Reg No 61. Death Reg No 22123.
Note for: Margaret Lesley Chisholm, 6 APR 1921 - 30 SEP 1993 Index
Place: Bendgo Public Cemetery, Victoria, Australia
Note for: James Herbert Laidler, 13 SEP 1886 - 16 JUN 1915 Index
Date: 1910Individual Note:
Maryborough Technical School Roll Call 14th Apr 1902, Jan 1904
From the 'Bendigo Advertiser' 16th April 1886:
"On the 9th instant at Maryborough, the wife of J M Laidler, of a son."
Item in "The Kalgoorlie Miner" 17 JUNE 1915
Sudden Death,--There was deep regret yesterday at the Ivanhoe mine staff at the sudden death from heart failure of the assistant assayer Mr. Herbert Laidler. Coming into the assay room to commence work he had just hung up his coat and hat when he was observed to sink to the floor, and although Dr. King was quickly summoned, he passed away soon afterwards. For five years he had been one of the assay staff. He came from Maryborough Victoria, was 28 years of age, and leaves a wife and child living at 544a Hannan street, Kalgoorlie.
DEATH Notice in the Maryborough Advertiser:
LAIDLER - On the 16th inst., at his residence, 554 Hannan Street, Kalgoorlie, WA Herbert J Laidler (of the Ivanhoe Gold Corporation's metallurgical staff), dearly beloved husband of Annie Ray Laidler; eldest son of Mr and Mrs J M Laidler, Maryborough, brother of Mrs J C Chisholm, Maryborough and Mr W M Laidler (West Australian Railway department). Aged 28 years.
OBITUARY: Maryborough Advertiser: Mr H J Laidler. Very deep regret will be felt throughout a wide circle at the announcement of the death of Mr H J (Bert) Laidler, eldest son of Mr J M Laidler (editor and manager of "Maryborough Advertiser") and Mrs Laidler. Intimation of the passing of their son, contained in a telegram that reached Maryborough from West Australia on Wednesday afternoon, came as a severe shock to Mr and Mrs Laidler, and also to their daughter, Mrs J C Chisholm. They were aware of the fact that the deceased young man's heart was, through strain, not sufficiently strong to permit of him working as actively as he had hitherto been accustomed to, but recent reports of his health had been satisfactory, and there was no reason to anticipate the suddent cutting-off of a vimful life. In their trouble the bereaved relatives will have the particular symmpathy of the many young men, now scattered far and wide, who were school-fellows of deceased (both in secular spheres and at Christ Church school), and whose early liking for him time and distance had not weakened.
The late Mr Laidler was 28 years of age, and a native of Maryborough. His early education was derived at school 404 and Queen's College (principal, Mr J McCay) and later, he went to the Maryborough School of Mines, there to pursue a metallurgical course. In 1907 he was appointed surveyor and draughtsman to the Charlotte Plains Gold Mining Company (the English venture of which Mr J Drysdale Brown, at present Minister for Mines, was managing director). That position Mr Laidler left to return to school for the completion of his metallurgical course. For this branch of sciences he was evidently well-adapted; he passed all examinations, and was awarded the Education department's diploma. While studying to this end, he acted as assayer to the school discharging all the necessary public assays attendant on the position. Soon afterwards, perceiving the additonal scope offered to a metallurgist in West Australia, Mr Laidler went to that State, and was appointed assayer and metallurgical chemist to the Sirdar Gold mining Company of Gordon. Whilst holding those positions he designed and carried out successfully important cyanide undertakings. He was next appointed to the metallurgical staff of the Ivanhoe Gold mining Corporation Limited, Boulder, and was given charge of the smelting-room, where approximately 10,000 ounces of gold per month passed through his hands. It was while lifting a heavy bar of gold that he strained a valve of the heart. This misforune compelled him to not only relinquish the position he was occupying, but to give up work of any kind for 12 months. The greater part of that period Mr Laidler and his wife spent with his parents in Maryborough, where he was treated by Dr G E Garde. On the latter's advice he consulted two Melbourne specialists early in the present year, before accepting an offer of another position with his old company, the Ivanhoe Gold Corporation. He went to the West again, in February, last and, as previously inferred since then he has appeared to enjoy good health.
IN MEMORIAM: Service at Christ Church - as reported in the "Maryborough Advertiser"
At Christ Church, Maryborough, on Sunday evening last, the Rev Canon E H Davies specially touched on the death of three who were, at various times, connected with either the church or Sunday school, viz Private J O Price (killed at Gallipoli), Mr H J Lailder (who died suddenly in West Australia), and Mrs Charles White (who died at Maryborough on Friday last at the age of 83 years). .....
... Then, on the 16th of the month, the West gave forth a message that one who at one time filled the same office in the school as did the soldier here, had suddenly and swiftly been called from his office to enter the unseen. H J Laidler, leaving his parents to mourn him in this town, and a young widow and little child to mourn him in the West - had put off the strength and promise of his bright and early manhood, and with startling swiftness had passed from the work of the present to the work and worship of the 'land beyond.'
Deceased leaves a widow, and one young child.
Herbert James Laidler was registered on the Electoral Roll (2801) at 62 Brockman St Kalgoorlie.10/09/1914
Annie Ray Laidler was registered on the Electoral Roll (2800) at 62 Brookman St Kalgoorlie. 10/09/1914