Robert Chisholm (c1858-1911)

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History

Robert Chisholm was born about 1858 in Victoria (Australia) to Alexander Chisholm and Jane nee Meldrum (?-1896).


Robert Chisholm worked at the Phoenix Foundry in 1885, position unknown.

Advertisement in the Ballarat Courier 14 June 1894. Courtesy Federation University Historical Collection (Cat. No. 8128).


Robert Chisholm was a blacksmith at Albert Street, Sebastopol in June 1894.[1]


Robert Chisholm died November 1911 at his home at 39 Alma Terrace, Newport (Victoria, Australia). He is buried in the Ballarat New Cemetery (Area Presbyterian A, Section 12, Grave 47).

Legacy

Family

Alexander Chisholm married Jane Meldrum (?-1896)

--+ James Douglas Chisholm (1855-1888)

--+ Jane Chisholm (1856-?) married Charles Stewart

--.--+ John Ballantyne Stewart (1877-?)

--.--+ Jane Meldrum Stewart (1879-?)

--.--+ Catherine Ann Valentine Stewart (1881-?)

--.--+ Christina Stewart (1883-?)

--.--+ Ellen Stewart (1886-?)

--.--+ Florence Stewart (1888-?)

--.--+ Charles Douglas Stewart (1894-?)

--+ Robert Chisholm (c1858-1911) married Mary UNKNOWN

--.--+ CHILD Chisholm

--.--+ CHILD Chisholm

--.--+ CHILD Chisholm

--.--+ CHILD Chisholm

--+ Alexander Chisholm (1860-1860)

--+ Christina Wilkie Chisholm (1860-1922) married William Thomas Moon

--+ Alexander Chisholm (1862-1929) married Edith Clarissa Hobday (?-1906)

--.--+ Alexander Chisholm

--.--+ Alfred George Ivanhoe Chisholm (1890-?)

--.--+ Edith Chisholm (1892-?)

--.--+ Grace Chisholm (1895-?)

--.--+ Ernest Chisholm (1897-?)

--.--+ Arthur Chisholm (1898-?)

--.--+ Eva Minnie Chisholm (1901-?)

--.--+ Maud Chisholm (1903-?) married Harold James Smith

--.--+ Constance Ida Chisholm (1905-?)

--.--+ Florence Jane Chisholm (1905-?) married Stephen Les Donald

--.--+ Francis Roy Chisholm (1906-?) married Ruby Catherine Ellen Asquith (1904-?)


See also

Blacksmiths

Phoenix Foundry

Notes


References

  1. Ballarat Courier, 14 June 1894.


Further Reading

External links


--Beth Kicinski 21:14, 13 April 2016 (AEST)

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