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1 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Harmsen, Marguerite Laurette (I875)
 
2 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Headlam, James Maurice (I314)
 
3 Born and lived at Lemont, York Plains, which he ultimately owned and managed. His wife, Queenie, and son Colin were tragically killed in a car accident in Hobart in 1960.
With his second wife Marjorie, he moved to The Corridor, Melton Mowbray then Woodstock, Cressy.

Tas was particular about his sheep breeding, as was his brother Charles. He also was a keen horseman, having served in the Australian Light Horse, and keen golfer. 
Headlam, Tasman Hugh (Tas) (I278)
 
4 Born and lived at Lemont, York Plains.
Educated at Fontill? then boarded at St Virgils College, Hobart.
Married and Farmed at Nala, York Plains, then Bronte Cressy, then Rosehill Jericho from 1950 and Woodbury House 1967.
Retired to Berriedale with an interest in Green Hills Bagdad, then moved to SandyBay Hobart.

Maurice was known for his adventurous stock trading. He also bought and sold and leased numerous farming properties. He was a good,but casual sportsman, enjoyed a whisky and company.

 
Headlam, Maurice Noel (I280)
 
5 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Darcey, James Richard (I877)
 
6 Carpenter/builder, (built a shack to live in 1955 when homeless), mechanics on his vehicles. Died of sudden heart failure after a night at "Snow" Hunts, And before proceeding to Bridport in his beloved motor home - "Hedona". (had 4 trips round Australia with Janet, plus 2 to Perth W.A. and back.) (members of CMCA for 10 years.) Headlam, Ronald Alfred (I158)
 
7 Charles was born and lived at Lemont. He married and lived and worked at the adjoining property Cassaveen.
He was well known for his golfing ability, as a young man he had a handicap of plus one, but his work and golf came to a stop when TB resulted in surgery which left him with only a quarter of a lung and four years recouperating in bed at Mellifont Street Hobart.
Having recovered he returned to farming at Woodburn, Winton and Marlbrook, Pontville where he took pride in his stud Corriedale sheep.
Despite his previous affliction he continued playing golf, off a handicap of four, he loved a punt and attended both the horse and greyhound races when he and Mary returned to live in Sandy Bay Hobart. 
Headlam, Charles Anthony Slade (I279)
 
8 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Waterhouse, Margaret Jean (I251)
 
9 Gwen Headlam was the first child of Percival Charles Headlam and Christina Watson Downie. She was born on 5-4-1890 at Lemont in Oatlands, Tasmania. In her mid-to-late teens Gwen
was sent by her Father to Clevedon, Auckland, NZ to take care of his ailing Aunt Lizzie (Lucy Elizabeth Schmidt nee Reeves). It was there that she met Leonard Henry Burgoyne and they married on 2-3-1910 in the residence of Madam Schmitt (Aunt Lizzie) with Len's brother Frank as Best Man and Gwen's sister Jean (Tops) as Bridesmaid. Len and Gwen owned a farm
called Kalora on North Rd, Clevedon. They had a herd of Freesian Cows. I 1911 they went on a belated honeymoon trip
with her Father-in-Law and Sister-in-Law. They sailed from Auckland on 30-10-1911 on a steamship and over 100 people were at the wharf to see them off. They returned almost a year later in September 1912 having visited Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe and England.
Gwen and Len were very family oriented and were highly regarded by the Clevedon Community.They had four children - Molly, Joan, John(Jack) and Barbara. Jack continued farming at Kalora after his father's death in 1957.Gwen passed away on 4-12-1972 and was buried in the Burgoyne family plot in Clevedon. Her family remember her as being a very loving wife, mother and grandmother who maintained close friendship with her children and grandchildren and who cooked the best roast dinners imaginable.  
Headlam, Mrs Gwen (I184)
 
10 Gwen was born at Lemont. In her mid teens she was sent to NZ to care for a friend. Here she met her husband Len, they married and her brother in law, Frank and sister, Tops were their bestman and bridesmaid. They too ultimately married. Gwen and Len farmed Fresians on "Kalora", in Clevedon NZ.
They returned from a belated honeymoom cruise through the Middle East and Europe in 1912 with a car imported from England. Loved for many reasons especially for her roast dinners. 
Headlam, Mrs Gwen (I184)
 
11 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Headlam, Stephen Guy (I889)
 
12 Jean Lorrayne Headlam was the second child of Percival Charles Headlam and Christina Watson Downie. She was born in Risdon Rd, New Town and lived at Lemont in Oatlands, Tasmania.In early 1910 Jean (Tops) arrived in Clevedon, NZ to be bridesmaid to her sister Gwen, who was marrying Leonard Burgoyne.Len's brother Francis (Frank) was best man. Tops did not return immediately to Tasmania.On 5-7-1911 she married Francis Brownson Burgoyne in Freamont, Epsom, Auckland. The service was conducted by John Brownson Burgoyne (now her Father-in-Law.Frank and Tops owned a dairy farm called Riverdale on North Rd, Clevedon. Tops was an avid gardener and was well known in the community for her cut flowers - especially roses. She won awards every year not only for her flowers but also for her inborn talent in floral art. She passed this gift down to her daughters and grand-daughters. After their 4 daughters had left home Frank and Tops sold Riverdale and moved to Auckland's Mission Bay. Tops was very much a lady. She was always beautifully dressed. We can all remember going into Auckland City and walking up Queen St with hats,gloves and our best coats on to shop extensively at Smith and Cauaghey. There was the mandatory tea and scones - Tpos always had black tea with a slice of lemon, served in fine bone china. In 1963 Frank, Tops and Leila moved to the North Shore nearer to daughters Dorrie and Raynee. Tops passed away at Maraetai 8-1-1974 and is buried at Clevedon. Headlam, Jean Lorrayne (Tops) (I227)
 
13 Leila Watson Headlam was the third child of Percival Charles Headlam and Christina Watson Downie.
She was born on 26-7-1892 at Lemont, Oatlands, Tasmania.
Leila was seen as a Socialite in Hobart in her younger years. She was a champion equestrian rider who competed in top class events and was often seen mixing and mingling in the elite equestrian circles.
On 24-11-1942 Leila enlisted in the Australian Military Forces (Army No. TF150060) and was a Nursing Orderly based in Hobart. She rose to the rank of Sergeant and when her tenure with the Army was completed she was discharged in 1948 and went to New Zealand to be with her sisters.
She initially stayed at Ranfurly House (aboarding facility for war veterans) in Hillsborough, Auckland before moving to 51 Patterson Avenue, Mission Bay, Auckland to live with her sister Jean (Tops) and brother-in-law Frank.
In 1963 they moved to 25 Seacliffe Avenue, Belmont on the North Shore and 3 or 4 years later moved to the Lady Allum Home.
Leila never married. She passed away on 14-5-1973 aged 80 and is buried in Waikumete Cemetery in Glen Eden, West Auckland. 
Headlam, Miss Leila Watson (I228)
 
14 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Headlam, Malcolm Vaughan (I873)
 
15 Perce Headlam was educated at Christ College, Hobart lived and worked with his father at Lemont, until in 1914, aged 42 and prior to the birth of his third son Maurice, he moved to the neighbouring property Casaveen.

He was a keen breeder of Corriedale sheep and a competent horseman.
 
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16 Primary school Seabrook State, 3 years M.L.C., Ran kindergarten at St. Marys - year and a half, Mothercraft Nurse, Retail demonstrator, Saleswoman, Soft Furnishing Retailer - The Furnishing Box, Launceston 10 years. Life Member - OPEN/L.C.G. - volunteer tutor computing. ( interests have included lapidary, repertory, crafts, metal detecting, family trees, historical society, reading, camera club, etc. ) Napier, Janet Douglas (I177)
 
17 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Headlam, John Ronald (I887)
 
18 Vernon went to 1st World War. Farmer at Mangalore, Westbury, "Auburn," and Mount Nicholas -managing "Millbrook". Retired to Kayena. Headlam, Arthur Vernon (Vern) (I115)
 
19 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Headlam, Nigel Ross (I885)
 
20 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Headlam, Darren Nigel (I888)
 


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