William Undy and Annie Bennett
William Undy's birth was not registered in the offical state records for Tasmania, however the baptismal records for St. Mark's Church state William Thomas Undy's birth date as 24 February 1842, and his christening date as 3 April 1842. The record further states that William is the son of James and Ann Undy, blacksmith, whose abode was in Pontville.1 Oddly enough the state records do have James and Ann Undy having a daughter Elizabeth on the same date, so either there was an error in the transcription of the birth records, or William and Elizabeth Undy are twins.2
William was nine when his father died in 1851, and ten when his two eldest brothers John and James left the state in search of their fortune in 1852. Perhaps they were seeking other ways to provide support to the family at home. On 20 January 1852 William's mother married William Frederick but she died on 15 September 1853. William was now eleven, the oldest male in the family with no trace ever found of his older brother Simon. It is not known who looked after the family or if they just remained self-sufficient.
On 6 August 1854 William's brother John died in Victoria of consumption, or tuberculosis.3 John's right to his father's estate passed to James who relinquished the beneficiary and in 1856 William was required to petition for a guradian for the estate in the Supreme Court.
Sittings in Banco
First Term, 1856
Friday May 17th
(Before their Honours, the Judges)
In the matter of the Petition of William Undy
Upon Mr. Brewer proceeding to go into the matters in the Petition it was discovered, upon reference to its affidavits, that one or two of them which had been made in Victoria had not been sworn as required in equity practice. The learned counsel consequently deferred making any motion at this sitting, and will return the affidavits to the solicitor for amendment.4
The case was also reported in the Monday Morning edition of The Hobarton Mercury, 19 May 1856, but William Undy had been incorrectly transcribed as William Munday. In that report the Chief Justice also noted that a Mr. Broadribb had been appointed as the Victorian Commissioner, and Mr. Brewer should seek to have his Victorian affidavits re-sworn before the correct authority. No doubt this was the cause of the delay before the case was heard again three months later:
Sittings in Banco
Second Term, 1856
Friday August 8th
(Before their Honours, the Judges)
In the matter of the Petition of William Undy, an infant.
Mr. Brewer petitioned the court to appoint a guardian to the estate of the petitioner, an infant. The learned counsel reminded their Honours that he had made a similar application for the appointment of a guardian [at the] last sittings but their Honours could not then entertain the petition, as one of the affidavits in support of the petition had not been made before a Commissioner of that Court. This had now been remedied. The petition showed all the circumstances of the case and that the property was not sufficient to enable it to bear reference to a Master. The petitioner applied to their Honours as heir-in-law of John Undy, who died intestate, and went on to show that Mr. William Johnstone, of Brighton, was a fit and proper person to be appointed guardian of [the] petitioner’s estate. The value of the property was under £300 per year, and was occupied by tenants who paid no rent, as no person was entitled to receive [it]. The petitioner, who is resident in Victoria, prayed their Honours to appoint Mr. William Johnstone guardian of the estate during the infancy of [the] petitioner.5
William Johnstone was eventually appointed guardian of the estate:
SUPREME COURT-Second Term, 1856.
SITTINGS IN BANCO.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 8.
(Before their Honors Valentine Fleming, Esq.,
Chief Justice, and Thomas Horne, Esq., Paisne Judge)
Their Honors took their seats at eleven o'clock.
In the matter of the Petition of WILLIAM UNDY, an Infant.
Mr. Brewer moved for the appointment ot a guardian ia this case, which he had mentioned to their Honors last term, wheo the motion could not he entertained in consequence of the affidavit not having been sworn before a commissioner of this court. The leaned counsel had now the necessary affidavit, taken before Mr. Broadribb, and he had therefore to renew the application, which was merely for the appointment of a guardian; the property was very small, and would not bear the expense of a reference to the Master. The affidavit showed the whole of the circumstances, the death of the person last seized, the father of the present applicant, who died intestate, leaving the applicant and another male heir, John Undy, him surviving. That John Undy had died also, and that the petitioner was the heir at law of James Undy, deceased. It then alleged that William Johnson, of Brighton, was a fit and proper person to be appointed guardian to the property, which was under the value of £300, and occupied by tenants who paid no rents, and had paid no rents for a length of time, there being no preson to look to it. The prayer was for the appointment of William Johnson, or such other person as the Court should deem fit, as guardian during the minority of the petitioner.
The Chief Justice enquired if the learned counsel had found a case where a guardian had been appointed in the case of a petitioner not being within the jurisdiction of the Court?
Mr. Brewer said he had found no case bearing on that, but the trustee, their Honors would see, did live within the jurisdiction.
His Honor remarked that the difficulty had presented itself to him; and in one case be found the Court of Chancery had refused an application of this kind, unless the party was within the jurisdiction. But His Honor adverted to Stevens v. James before the Lord Chancellor, 1 Wilmer and Dean, 626, showing that the court had authority to order maintenance to a party out of the jurisdiction, the infant's father having absconded to America, and taken the infant with him; and in that case it appeared the court appointed a guardian in addition to the allowance.
Mr. Brewer observed that this case was somewhat similar, the party who was step-father having, left two years ago, and the property being uncared for.
Mr. Justice Horne-You may have to come here for maintenance.
Mr. Brewer-I am not instructed on that.
The Chief Justice-In Stevens v. James, the guardian had to enter into recognizances, and to file an annual certificate of the accounts of the estate.
Mr. Justice Horne-That was a condition precedent in a similar case last year.
After some further discussion. Their Honors granted the order for the appointment of William Johnson, as prayed, guardian of the property within the jurisdiction of the court, during the minority of the infant, on the terms of entering into recognizances, with two sufficient sureties, duly to account for the infant's property, filing an annual certificate the same as a receiver, the recognizance to he to the value of two years estimated receipts and profits.
There being no other business the court then rose.6
The reference to William "now living in Victoria" would seem to be confirmed by the large number of shipping records that have been found for a William Undy travelling in 1861, although the ages for each person are widely divergant. William would have been 19 at the time. William is recorded as departing Melbourne in January 1861 (age 30) and arriving in Hobart Town aboard the "City of Hobart" on 5 January 18617, and on 23 January 1861 he left Hobart for Melbourne again aboard the same vessel as a steerage passenger.8 A later record for that year adds a further journey on the "Nor Wester" to Port Chalmers in December 1861 (age 25).9 There was only one William Undy in these areas at the time so we can only assume he over stated his age, it was miscalculated, or someone wrote the wrong name altogether.
William Undy eventually remained full time in Tasmania, and he married Annie Jane Bennett on 20 April 1866 in the Green Ponds district.10 Annie was born on 13 April 1849 in the Oatlands district, the daughter of James Bennett and Jean (or Jane) Smith.11
Another son in turn followed with the birth of Robert Charles Undy on 15 July 1872 in Green Ponds, Tasmania.14 It seems however that there might have been an error with Roberts birth registration as he was baptised as Charles Robert Udney (sic) on 25 August 1872 in Green Ponds.15 He would also been known as Charles Robert for the births of his children, and for his later death registration.
In an advertisement placed in the Mercury on 6 May 1874 William Undy's name appeared as a case for endorsement. The report implies that William had lately been blind in one eye and was having trouble with the other. It is not known if William received any financial benefit from this association.
THE BLIND AND THE DEAF.-We have already noticed Dr. Rosenthal's successful treatment of eye and ear diseases ; but in order to test the acouracy of these reports, a member of our reporting staff visited the doctor at his consulting rooms, Waterloo House, on Monday. "Although not in time to witness some satisfactory cases of progressive treatment, sufficient was witnessed to testify to the unerring professional skill of Dr. Rosenthal. The consulting room was occupied by patients of either sex, whose anxious features almost bespoke the nature of their infirmity. A man named John Fotheringham, who had been suffering from deafness for fifteen years, and who has been recently in Dr. Rosenthal's hands, underwent a manipulation, and the doctor then inquired in au ordinary conversational tone :- "Well, what does your mate say now?" To which the patient immediately replied " He says that he thinks I hear better." A man, named William Undy, was treated for total blindness of the right eye and partial blindness of the left. He came to Dr. Rosenthal on the 27th of April, and after being subjected to proper treatment, was discharged yesterday thoroughly cured, and able to discern minute objects...16
The endorsement went far and wide as on 4 September 1874 William Undy's name appeared in the West Australian Times as a recommendation of a Dr. J. S. Rosenthal, Esq.:
TESTIMONIALS RECEIVED IN HOBART TOWN.
Mr. J. S. Rosenthal,—My Dear Sir,—I am happy to inform you that my left eye is perfectly cured, after being blind for at least three or four years. I thank you for the cure you have performed in such short time : and hoping that all sufferers may avail themselves of your skill.
I remain, Dear Sir, Yours respectfully,
WILLIAM UNDY. Green Ponds, May 17,1874.17
Ernest Benjamin Undy was born on 21 August 1877 in Campbell Town, Tasmania.20
Isabel Anne Undy was born on 17 December 1879 in Campbell Town, Tasmania.21
On 25 December 1879 the Mercury reported on the Examination Papers for the Ross School. William James Undy recieved a number of mentions, as well as being the recipient of a special prize for general improvement.22
Lewis Douglas Undy was born on 13 September 1881 in Campbell Town, Tasmania.23
Ethel Maude Undy was born on 13 December 1882 in Campbell Town, Tasmania.24
Albert Thomas Undy was born on 3 April 1885 in Oatlands, Tasmania.25
Alfred Edward Undy was born on 30 March 1888 in Oatlands, Tasmania.26
Alfred Edward Undy died on 2 April 1888 in Oatlands, Tasmania.27
Basil Vernon Undy was born on 11 November 1889 in Oatlands, Tasmania.28
It is believed however that Annie died either giving birth to Basil Undy, or soon after, although no death record has yet been found. According to Sylvia Reynolds Basil was brought up by Mrs Sarah Innes (who was Sarah Rebecca Pears, William Undy's niece) who was married to Thomas Innes. He was never legally adopted but was always known as "Innes".
According to Sylvia Reynolds, William James Undy married Lizzie Paul and they would go on to have four children. There is no equivalent state registration for this event.29
Sarah Jane Undy married Charles George Meredyth on 29 April 1893 in Hobart, Tasmania30 Meredyth was later reported as the heir of a baronet but he was never successful in realising the claim.
William James Undy married Eliza Jane Anderson on 13 November 1893 in Cairns, Queensland.31 They had at least one child that has been traced.
Ernest Benjamin Undy died on 6 December 1896 in Oatlands, Tasmania.32
UNDY -On December 6, 1896, at Oatlands, of inflamation of the lungs, Ernest Benjamin, fourth son of William and the late Ann Undy, of Parattah, in his 20th year. Much respected.33
Charles Robert Undy married Rachel Buist McGillivray on 6 August 1900 in Oatlands, Tasmania.34 Rachel was born on 30 November 1883 in the Morven district, the daughter of Malcolm McGillivray and Jane Crawford Wilson.35 Charles and Rachel would have four children that have been traced.
William Undy married for a second time to Alice Purnell (or Parnell), the daughter of Robert Parnell (AKA Purnell) and Lucy Weller, on 25 May 1902, at Parattah in Tasmania.36
Isabel Anne Undy married Arthur Rennie on 20 August 1902 in Hobart, Tasmania.37 Arthur was born on 18 February 1878 in the Richmond district to William Rennie and Sarah Duckworth.38 Isabel and Arthur would go on to have four children that have been traced.
RENNIE-UNDY. - On August 20, 1902, by the Rev. Isaac H. Palfreyman, Arthur Rennie, son of William and Sarah Rennie, of Colebrook, to Isabella Annie Undy, daughter of William Thomas and Annie Undy, of Parattah, At the residence-of-the officiating minister, by license.39
Ethel Maude Undy married Thomas William Webster on 11 January 1904 in Parattah, Tasmania.40 Thomas William was later reported as the son of Harry and Helen Webster but there is no exact match in the state registration records. The closest match is the Thomas William Webster born on 17 September 1880 in the Oatlands district to Henry Webster and Ellen Devine.41
Arthur John Undy died on 12 May 1909 in Oatlands, Tasmania.44 Arthur had never married.
UNDY.-Friends of the late Arthur John Undy, beloved son of William Undy, Parattah, are respectfully Informed that his funeral, will take place at Oatlands This Afternoon, leaving Mr. John Tremaine's residence at 3.30 o'clock.45
Albert Thomas Undy married Hilda Alice Eadie on 3 March 1915 in Parattah, Tasmania.46 Hilda was born on 22 April 1897 in the Oatlands district, the daughter of Thomas Eadie and Annie Parnell.47 Albert and Hilda would have three children that have been traced.
William Undy died on 26 July 1918 and was buried in the Anglican Cemetery at Oatlands.48
UNDY. -At his late residence, Parattah, July 26, William, the beloved husband of Alice Undy. The Funeral will leave his late residence, Monday, 29th, at 3 p.m. for
Church of England Cemetery, Oatlands.49
His Last Will and Testament reads:
This is the last Will and Testament of me William Thomas Undy of Parattah in Tasmania in the County of Monmouth made this second day of June in the year of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Nine. I hereby revoke all Wills made by me at any time heretofore. I appoint William Tanner of Parattah, Tasmania, to be my Executor and direct that all my Debts and Funeral Expenses shall be paid as soon as conveniently may be after my decease.
I give and bequeath unto my wife Alice Undy all money deposited in Savings Bank and all debts due to me from all sources, together will all live and dead stock absolutely, including household furniture and effects I also leave to my said wife for her use and benefit all my real estate consisting of four allotments with the buildings theron.
At the death of my wife I leave the Blacksmiths Shop with the land it is onto my son Albert Thomas Undy and three allotments of land and the buildings theron to my daughter Ethel M. Undy. - William Thomas Undy
Signed by the said Testator Wm. Thos. Undy in the prescence of us present at the same time who at his request in his prescence and in the prescence of each other have subscribed our names as witnesses. Ellen Annie Tanner, Parattah, Frances William McDermott, Parattah.50
Basil Vernon Innis married Olive Matilda Watson on 30 June 1920 in Queenstown, Tasmania.51 They would have five children all under the surname of Innes.
Charles Robert Undy (born as Robert Charles) died on 3 February 1922 in Parattah, Tasmania.52
UNDY—On February 3. 1922. at his late residence, Parattah, Charles Robert Undy, beloved husband of Rachel Undy. In the 45th year of his age. Funeral will leave his late residence, Parattah, at 3 o'clock Saturday.53
George Charles Meredyth, the husband of Sarah Jane Meredyth (nee Undy) died in April 1931 in the Liverpool hospital in Sydney, New South Wales. An extraordinary claim was made about George's ancestry as follows:
To Irish Baronetcy.
A story involving claims to an old established Irish baronetcy was disclosed at the death of an old storeman from cancer in the Liverpool Hospital yesterday. The man claimed to be the twelfth baronet of a line that was established in the days of King Charles. Though he never used the title, he had informed his friends during his life that his right to the title of Sir Charles George Meredyth had never been questioned.
Born in Tasmania in 1856, he was apprenticed to the sea. Later he entered the railway service and for more than 20 years was a railway guard. For the past 16 years he was employed by the Colonial Sugar Refining Company as a storeman, and lived In Bunn-street, Pyrmont. His father, he said, had succeeded to the title while he was a cabman in Hobart, and his right to it, he had informed friends, had been Indisputably established.
In 1912 Meredyth visited Ireland with the object of laying claim to some estates, but his claim was unsuccessful in the law suit that followed, owing, he always declared, to the fact that his family had been so long absent.
Nine children survive Meredyth. The eldest son, Cyril, an engineer, who, his family say, will succeed to the title, Is at present in Western Australia.
Isabel Anne Rennie (nee Undy) died on 7 June 1935 in Fremantle, West Australia.54
RENNIE.— On June 7. 1935, at her residence, Tralee, High-street, Fremantle, after a long illness, Isabel Annie, dearly beloved wife of Arthur Rennie, and loving mother of Muriel (Mrs. E. Humpleby, Armadale), Sylvia, Lyla, and the late Alma Rennie, and mother-in-law of Eric; aged 55 years.55
Isabel's husband Arthur died three years later on 11 April 1938 in Kalgoorlie, West Australia:
RENNIE (Arthur).---On April 11, 1938. at St. John's. Kalgoorlie. Arthur. dearly beloved husband of the late Isabel Rennie. loving father of Artle (deceased), AIma (deceased), Muriel, Sylvia and Lyla; father-in-law of Eric and Bill. grandfather of Ronnle and Joy.56
William Undy's second wife Alice Undy (nee Parnell) died on 26 May 1938 in Oatlands, Tasmania and was buried two days later on 28 May 1938, also in Oatlands.57
UNDY.-Passed peacefully away on May 26,1938, at her residence, Parattah, Alice, widow of the late William Undy, aged 86 years. At rest.58
Basil Vernon Undy (known as Innis) died on 6 January 1947.59
INNIS-On January 6, 1947, at his residence, 48 Forest Rd., Treval- lyn, Basil Vernon, dearly loved husband of Olive Matilda Innis and loving father of Thomas, Basil, Dorothy, Kenneth, and Margaret (late Tasmanian Government Railways and 1st A.I.F.), aged 59 years.60
Basil's funeral was reported two days later:
Mr. B. V. Innis
The funeral of Mr. Basil Vernon Innis left his residence, 48 Forest Rd., Trevallyn on Tuesday afternoon for the Carr villa Cemetery, where there was a large attendance of relatives and friends.
The chief mourners were Messrs. Thomas, Basil and Kenneth Innis (sons), Messrs. Albert and Lewis Undy (brothers), Rupert Webster and B. Pears (nephews). The pall-bearers were Messrs. D. Webb, R. Williams, S. Colson (representing A.E.U.), W. Brown (fitting shop, T.G.R.), F. Burge and J. Willett (R.S.L.), J. H. Stevenson and R. Gourlay (Paterson St. Methodist Church).
Services at the home and grave- side were conducted by Rev. G. T. Inglis. Among the many floral tributes were those from Amalgamated Engineers' Union, workmates fltting shop T.G.R., staff of Olympic Tyre Co., Trevallyn Cricket and Social Club, Paterson St. Methodist Church Choir, Launceston Ladies' Choir, and members of the A.R.U. The returned soldiers service was taken by Mr. H. Bearup, and the funeral arrangements were by Armitage and Armitage.61
Thomas William Webster, the husband of Ethel Webster (nee Undy), died on 9 January 1947 and was buried on 10 January 1947 in the Cornelian Bay Cemetery.62
The death occurred at Hobart on Thursday of Mr Thomas William Webster, of Cassiford, Ross, in his 66th year.
Born at Parattah, he was the son of the late Harry and Helen Webster, of Parattah. He married Miss Ethel Undy, and is survived by his wife, five sons-Athol (Brisbane). Rupert (Ross), Hedley (Queensland), Morris (RAN), and Kevin (Hobart) -and daughter Lila (Mrs T. Eadie. New Town).
Mr Webster had Worked for Burbury Bros. at Inglewood for 25 years and was 19 years with Mr R. Scott, of Mt. Morrison.63
William James Undy died on 27 January 1953 in Cairns, Queensland.64
Mr. W. J. Undy
The death occurred early yesterday morning at his residence in Aumuller-street, Cairns, of William James Undy, who was born in Tasmania in March, 1867. Before coming to Cairns he served his apprenticeship as a blacksmith under his father in Tasmania. He then went to Darwin where he worked on the railway for some time. He arrived in Cairns in June, 1888, where he worked under Mr. Robb, contractor, on the construction of the railway from Redlynch to Myola. When the late King George V visited Australia at the turn of the century, the late Mr. Undy was chosen to represent the northern Naval Brigade at the ceremony.
After serving 18 months with Mr. Robb, he joined the Railway Department in December, 1889. He remained with the department till he retired in May, 1931. He retired to live in Tasmania, but found he could not sever his connection with the North. Since then he has lived in Aumuller-street, Cairns.
His wife died in 1945 in Cairns. He leaves two daughters. Mrs. T. Anderson (Mackay) and Mrs. L. Adams (Blackall), and two sons, Mr. W. J. Undy (Brisbane), and Mr. A. J. Undy, of Sheridan street, Cairns.
Thc funeral will move from St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Cairns, at ll o'clock this morning and the N.G. officers and brethren of Loyal Trinity Lodge M.U.I.O.O.F. are invited to the funeral of one of their very early Past Grands. The employees of the Cairns Railway Department are also invited.65
Albert Thomas Undy died on 28 November 1962 in Oatlands, Tasmania.66 Albert Undy's wife Hilda Alice Undy (nee Eadie) died on 6 September 1966 in Hobart. Hilda was buried on 8 September 1966 in Oatlands.67
Lewis Douglas Undy died on 4 July 1974.70
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