Citations and Notes:
THONEMANN (also Curwen-Walker, Woods)
 'International Genealogical Index', Old Parish Registers, Surrey, Film Batch No: M037972; Source Call No. 0991761
 '1881 British Census', PRO Ref RG11, Piece / Folio 0261/40 p. 30.
 Ontario Society of Artists W.D. Blatchly (1838-1903). The foundation of the Society is described at this link: Archives of Ontario The Blatchly name is very limited in Canada. There are surname occurences in the Springcreek - Clarkson Cemetery at Peel County, Toronto Township (Lot 29 Concession 2).
 'Australian Births Deaths and Marriages Index', Public Records Office Victoria; marriage Reg No. 5159 and 16104 (Eva's birth)
 'Australian Births Deaths and Marriages Index', Public Records Office Victoria; Herbert's death: Reg No. 13901 and 16104 Eva's death: Reg No: 28353
 'Music Australia' website. Original score held by National Library of Australia. Also available in an electronic version via the internet
 Index of Inward Passenger Lists for British Foreign and New Zealand Ports, Public Record Office Victoria, Fiche 825 Page 014 and Fiche 858 Page 006 (recorded as 'H J Blatchley' in 1911 entry and 'Mr Blatchley' in 1912 entry. Only family with that name on official local records of the time).
 "Ice Hockey: The NSW Ice Hockey, Association Inc. Australia - Facts and Events 1907-1999" by Sid Tange (1999). Extracts are being published on the IHNSW website for the Centenary. Approach with caution; the document contains many errors and ommisions. Also referenced in: 'History of the Goodall Cup', author not stated, IHA, (IHA website). Both histories contain valuable information but most of it is unsupported. Neither have been verifiied by formal methods, nor are they based on available primary sources.
 Canadian Passenger Lists, 18651935. Herbert Blatchly born about 1872 departed Liverpool England and arrived in Québec, Québec on May 22nd, 1881.
W D Blatchley Family Household #147 in 1901 Census of Canada (31 Mar), TORONTO (East/Est), Ward/Quartier No. 2, Enum Dist. b-39, Archives microfilm: T-6499. 1901 Copy held of original transcript p. 15, Toronto East. Transcript records the Blatchley family immigrated in 1881. Census of Canada Indexing Project in Association with Library and Archives Canada.
1911 Census of Canada, Ontario / Ottawa / 8 Capital ward / page 22 Twin brother of Herbert Blatchly: Blatchley Harold M Head M Feb 1872, age 39 Blatchley Edna F Wife M Nov 1878, age 32 Blatchley Wm M Son S May 1903, age 8 Blatchley Harold M Son S Sep 1909, age 1
 '1881 Census of Canada', NA film No. C-13243, District 131, Sub-district I, Page Number 72, Household Number 308 (IGI Online). Other Blatchley names in Canada at this time were Charles, his wife Jenny and infant son, George, who lived at Nanaimo, on Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Charles was born in England about 1871, a year or two before Herbert, and he may well have been his cousin. Herbert's parents married 10 years prior to the births of their known children, and they probably had older children who had moved from the family home by the time of the 1881 British Census. As early as 1881, Charles boarded at Bracebridge & Macauly, Muskoka, Ontario, aged 12, in the care of the Binyon family.
 Ice Hockey UK website
 "Ice Hockey: The NSW Ice Hockey, Association Inc. Australia - Facts and Events 1907-1999" by Sid Tange (1999). Extracts are being published on the IHNSW website for the Centenary. This document says Poole emigrated in 1903, but his immigration records at the Public Record Office Victoria show he immigrated to Melbourne on Loch Garry in Sep 1899, at age 22 (Fiche 650 page 002). He re-visited Britain, returning to Melbourne (not his hometown of Sydney) on 2 occasions: May 1910 on 'Medic' and April 1912 on 'Africa'. Blatchely returned to Melbourne from British ports in 1911 'Orsova' and possibly 1912, on 'Otway'.
 Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto.
 'UK Outbound Passenger Lists, 1890-1939', British National Archives. Arthur H Blatchley, age 34, departed Liverpool, 1907 for Quebec, Canada; H C Blatchley, age not stated, and a female departed Southampton, 1909 for New York; William H G Blatchley age 43 departed Liverpool , 1901 for New York. Three Blatchley females aged 36, 10 and 2, first names not stated, departed Liverpool, 1913 for Montreal. Ancestors Onboard.
 'The White Stone Canoe: a Legend of the Ottawas' by James David Edgar (Toronto News Co., 1885). Toronto New Co. 1885. 12mo. 17.5 x13.5cm, 27p. (folioed), plus 6 dramatic lithography plates each with additional inset vignette, stab stitched string tied, all four edges gilt, full brown morocco boards, gilt pictorial block titles on the upper cover, a fine copy, rare An epic poem based on a legend taken from the works of Schoolcraft which contain many beautiful Indian legends, some of which, were immortalized by Longfellow in his Song of Hiawatha. The illustrators, William Daniel Blatchy (1838-1903) was a well-known Toronto lithographer and painter. Hardcover. Now a rare book selling for around $300. Viewable online at Early Canadiana Online
 'The Canadian Encyclopedia', Graphic Art and Design.
 'Archives Canada, Toronto Art Students' League Calendar collection, Admin History-Biblio Sketch See "The Toronto Art Students' League 1886-1904" by William Colgate, (Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1954) for a history of the group and its membership.
 The Ontario Vital Statistics Project, Ontario Marriage Registrations, Transcript: 2866-06 - Charles Stuart ROBERTSON, 27, private secretary, s/o William John ROBERTSON & Isabella FRIER, married Edith Laura RYAN, 26, Canada, Toronto, d/o William A. RYAN & Laura A. GOLDSMITH, witn: Allan J. SAVAGE & Josephine BLATCHLY, both of Toronto, 15 Aug 1906
 Ontario Gen Web Census Project, Ontario Birth Registrations, Transcript: 011155-04 (Carleton Co) BLATCHLEY, William Herbert, m, b. May 23, 1904, father - Harold BLATCHLEY, lithographer, mother - Edna BATES, infm - S. Rice, Maternity Hospital, Ottawa.
 'Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid, Transcripts: BLATCHLEY Edna M. Beechwood, Ottawa (1931-1955) Carleton Ottawa OT-95-01; BLATCHLY Harold M. Beechwood, Ottawa (1901-1930) Carleton Ottawa OT-93-02; BLATCHLY Marjory Beechwood, Ottawa (1931-1955) Carleton Ottawa OT-95-01
 Canadian Genealogy and History
 '1881 Candian Census'. National Archives Film No: C-13236, District 118A No. 24 Household 117. Family of Albert Blachely, age 26, labourer; wife Suffrah, aged 29; and children William, Albert E., and Lullera E. and Sarah Blatchely, aged 60. Primitive Methodists all born Ontario.
 'Ice Hockey: The NSW Ice Hockey, Association Inc. Australia - Facts and Events 1907-1999" by Sid Tange (1999), Part 3: Facts and Events 1906-1920.
 "The History of the Goodall Cup", author not stated, IHA, IHA website.
 Victorian Births Deaths and Marriages Index, Public Records Office Victoria; Birth of Thomas Dunderdale to parents Thomas Dunderdale and Elizabeth Day, 1887, Reg No. 8641.
 Birthplace of Hockey website, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 Melbourne Punch, Thursday, 19 Jul 1906; received and date-stamped at the Pubic Library of Victoria on 21 July 1906;. p. 88. State Library of Victoria, microfilm (Newspaer Room). IHA wrongly cite the year as 1907 ("History of the Goodall Cup") and Sid Tange (1993) as 12 Jul 1906, the Thursday prior to the publication. IHA and IHNSW histories both contain numerous other errors including the score, initials and spelling of most players' names.
 'Ice Skating Australia Inc', National Champions 1911-2004. It is not known whether the winner of the 1911 National was Henry Newman Reid Sr or Jr. Henry Reid Jr. was about 20 years of age and Henry Sr. was over age 39.
 'Springvale Botanical Cemetery Deceased Index', Herbert John Blatchly, Date of Cremation Service 22/12/1948. Eva Mary Blatchly, Date of Cremation Service 20/11/1974, Memorial Location Banksia - Wall Niche Wall H Niche 690.
 CBC News, Fri, July 5, 2002. Diehard Montreal hockey fans celebrated Friday's announcement, and called for the old Victoria Rink to be rebuilt and turned into the permanent home of the Stanley Cup trophy.
 Australian Electoral Rolls, State Library Victoria, Herbert John Blatchly, Lonsdale Ward Melbourne 1924; Kew 1909, 1924, 1931, 1936; Surrey Hills 1919; Canterbury 1914.
 Immigration and travel records, various as stated.
 California Voter Registration, USA, 1920, Herbert Blatchly, San Francisco.
 Healeville Guardian Sat 21 October 1944, p 3. Herb and Eva Blatchly lived at Birdwood Avenue, Healseville in 1944.
 The Register 23 Nov 1929, p 38 and Barrier Miner, Broken Hill, p 3. American Tourists... photo of H Blatchly of San Francisco.
 'Australian Births Deaths and Marriages Index', Public Records Office Victoria. Thonemann, Harold Eric b. 1891 Reg No 7297; d. 1962 Reg No 15617, m. 1922 Reg No. 7243
 'Biographical Register of the Victorian Parliament 1900-84', Browne, G, 1985  Who's Who in Australia 1941-1959; Herald 2 Feb 1932, 6 Aug 1962; 'Politics, Power and Persuasion', Aimer, P., Melbourne, 1974
  "Ice Hockey: The NSW Ice Hockey, Association Inc. Australia - Facts and Events 1907-1999" by Sid Tange (199). Extracts are being published on the IHNSW website for the Centenary. Approach with caution; the document contains many errors and ommisions. Also referenced: the IHA 'Goodall Cup History' (IHA website).
 'Index of Inward Passenger Lists for British Foreign and New Zealand Ports', Public Record Office Victoria, Fiche 043 Page 007 and F Thonneman and family Fiche 715 page 001, Fiche 736 pages 001 and 004.
 'History of Melbourne Grammar School', Historical Outline, MGS
 'Australian Births Deaths and Marriages Index', Public Record Office, Victoria. Thoneman deaths: Emil Stelling Reg No: 9755; Louis Arnold Reg No: 6155; Frederick Emil Reg No. 1939; Nora Kate (nee Shields) Reg No 8617
 'Tell The White Man: The Life Story of an Aboriginal Lubra.' (London, Collins, 1949, antique).
 'A Century Celebrated: A short history of the Old Grammarians Society, 1904-2004', Melbourne Grammar School
 The Purbrick family have had a long association with Mebourne Grammar School. Children of Reginald Purbrick (1877 - ?) and Dorothy Stevens attended MGS, among them Eric Stevens Purbrick (MA 1903-1991), educated at Melbourne Grammar and Jesus College, Cambridge. Reginald sold his milk company very profitably to Nestlé, and decided to retire to England with his family in 1921 with the idea of entering politics. He purchased a run down vineyard and pastoral property near Nagambie called Chateau Tahbilk, on the off chance that one of his sons might be interested in taking it on. Eventually, his son, Eric, did just that. Reginald became a Member of the House of Commons in 1929 until 1945, possibly the only Australian ever to do so. The Purbrick name was most recently honoured by MGS when Caroline Dowling (Purbrick) was made a life member of the Old Grammarians Society .
 'World War 2 Nominal Roll', Commonwealth of Australia 2002. James Service Thonemann Service No. V43009 Online
 'James Service House', St Kilda Historical Society quoting: (1) Susan Priestley, South Melbourne: A History (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1995), 54; and (2) ) Serle, Geoffrey. Entry for “Service, James” in Australian Dictionary of Biography, vol. 6, pp. 106-112
 Records of the St Kilda Historical Society provided by Peter Johnson, Architect, Vice President and Heritage Officer, SKHS. Date received: 13 Feb 2008. Transcript: Frederick Thonneman lived behind James Service in a house called Illawarra at 100 Hotham Street, St Kilda East. Harold Eric Thoneman was born there in October 1890 (see MMD entry #3435 attached). I also attach an extract from MMBW plan #1437. Unfortunately we have no photos of Illawarra. Melbourne Mansions Database Entry Transcript of record created 12/12/1997: Appears to be S&M 1885-1888, Innes, F, Hotham St (SE cnr Balaclava Rd); S&M 1890 Thonemann, Frederick [stock and share broker], Hotham St, St Kilda (SE cnr Balaclava Rd), TS Note: From MMBW & S&M, this is almost certainly 'Springfield' qv.; Argus, 1 Nov 1890, p. 1. Birth of a son to the wife of Frederick Thonemann, at 'Illawarra', Balaclava; Street Address: Hotham St , east side, vicinity of Denman Ave, MMBW ref., MMBW 40 1437 (Aug 1901)
 'Australian Stock Exchange Centenary of Federation Research, 1901-2001', ASX.
 'Springvale Botanical Cemetery Deceased Index', James Service Thonemann, Date of Service 04/09/1957, Burial Type Cremation. Harold Eric Thonemann, Date of Service 07/08/1962, Burial Type Cremation. Location Details Genista - Shrub In Bed Double Garden 2 Bed 4 Shrub 76 with wife Nora Kate, Date of Service 10/04/1985.
 "Confessor of the Last of the Habsburgs" by Helena Fyfe Thonemann, "The Thonemann branch in Australia", pp. 110 until 113.
 "The Thonemann Family: an old patrician family from Warburg/Westpahalia from 1275 to the Present Day", website. Online
 ‘Digger Death Index Victoria 1921-85’, State Library Victoria. Reg No: 14614: James Service Thonemann died 1957 age 69 at Caulfield, parents Frederick Thonemann and Margaret Louise Service.
 AIF Project, University of New South Wales, Transcript: Jack Keith CURWEN-WALKER Place of birth Windsor, Victoria School Brackley Prep School, Windsor and Wesley College, St Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria Occupation Importer and agent Address 'Snaefell', Lewisham Road, Windsor, Victoria Marital status Single Age at embarkation 28 Next of kin Aunt, Miss I W Curwen-Walker, 'Snaefell', Lewisham Road, Windsor, Victoria Previous military service Served as Lt with Militia in Prahran. Enlistment date 5 October 1916 Rank on enlistment Lieutenant Unit name Australian Flying Corps, No 2 Squadron, A Flight AWM Embarkation Roll number 8/5/1 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Melbourne, Victoria, on board HMAT A38 Ulysses on 25 October 1916 Rank from Nominal Roll Lieutenant Unit from Nominal Roll Australian Flying Corps Fate Killed in Action 3 May 1918 Place of death or wounding Ramah, Palestine Age at death 30 Age at death from cemetery records 30 Place of burial Ramleh War Cemetery (CC. 57), Palestine Panel number, Roll of Honour, Australian War Memorial 188 Miscellaneous information from cemetery records Parents: John and Lucy CURWEN-WALKER, 27 Valentine Grove, Malvern, Victoria
War Grave Register Transcript: CURWEN-WALKER, Lt. Jack Keith. 2nd Sqdn. Australian Flying Corps. Killed in action 3rd May, 1918. Age 30. Son of Lucy and the late John Christian Curwen-Walker, of 27 Valentine Grove, Malvern, Victoria, Australia. Native of Windsor, Victoria. CC. 57. Jack Keith Curwen-Walker's name is located at panel 188 in the Commemorative Area at the Australian War Memorial.
The Argus, Mon 10 May 1915, p 10. Personal Particulars. Lieutenant A H. Curwen Walker. Lieutenant Arthur Herbert Curwen Walker, who is reported to have died of wounds on May 3, was the son of Mr H C Curwen Walker, solicitor of Ballarat. He was 20 years of age, and was born in Ballarat where he lived until he entered Duntroon Military College, having received his education at the Ballarat College and the High School. He was 6-ft in height, and a magnificently proportioned man. His father is a member of the Anglican Synod.
The Argus, Fri 4 Jan 1918, p 4. Personal column reporting death of Miss Lascelles(18341918), principal of Brackley Prep School, and daughter of Thomas Allen Lascelles (17831859). Pastoralist and businessman Edwin Lascelles of Geelong was his grandson.
The Argus, Monday 28 Aug 1916, p 10. Transcript: Both floor and seating space at the Glaciarium, despite their extent, were fully engaged on Saturday night, on the occasion of a fancy-dress carnival. Coincidentally, there was the initial Hal des Patineurs in Australia, arranged and produced by members of the National Ice Skating Association of Australia. The interior was beautifully decorated. Lieutenant Keith C. Walker, of the Flying Corps, executed fancy evolutions, Misses M and E. Roche a butterfly dance, Miss V Johnson and Dr C. MacGillicuddy a rag-time two-step, Miss MacGillicuddy, a pas seul, with pierrot ballet, Miss M and Mr R (K?) MacGillicuddy a duo, and Professor and Mrs Jackson a tango exhibition. The prize for the most striking costume was awarded to Miss Hyne (Hoyne?), ("Futurist Pierrot"); Mr R Foster Woods ("Kismet"), 2. Most Original Costume Miss Bone ("Comforter"), 1; Mr H Rush ("Cannibal"), 2. Best Sustained Character Miss Moore ("Persian Dancer"), 1; Miss Seacombe ("Spirit of the Woods"), 2. Boot Race Mr E Donaldson. Professor and Mrs. Jackson, who have been for some time instructors at the Glaciarium, leave shortly for the "Riversdale Drive" rink, New York.
 AIF Project, University of New South Wales, Ronald Forster WOODS (1898 ); also see The Argus reference in source 18. Transcript: Ronald Forster WOODS Regimental number 1803 Religion Church of England Occupation Student Address Toorak, Victoria Marital status Single Age at embarkation 19 Next of kin Father, William F Woods, 'Studley', Mathoura Road, Toorak, Victoria Enlistment date 30 January 1917 Rank on enlistment 2nd Air Mechanic Unit name April 1917 Reinforcements AWM Embarkation Roll number 8/15/2 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A72 Beltana on 16 June 1917 Regimental number from Nominal Roll Commissioned Rank from Nominal Roll Lieutenant Unit from Nominal Roll 7th Battalion Fate Returned to Australia 26 July 1919
 'Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Victoria', Historical Index, Reg. No. 9002: Gordon David Langridge b. 1885.
 'Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages Victoria', Historical Index, Reg. No. 3156.George Thomas Langridge b. 1854 to George David Langridge and Maria Elizabeth Mead.
 'Langridge, George David (1829 - 1891)', S. M. Ingham, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 5, Melbourne University Press, 1974, pp 61-62.
 'Index of Inward Passenger Lists for British Foreign and New Zealand Ports', Public Record Office Victoria, Fiche 732 Page 005.
 'Marriages in Victoria', State Library of Victoria database & Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, Reg 1925.
 'Births in Victoria', State Library of Victoria database, Reg 17695.
 'Deaths in Victoria', State Library of Victoria database, Reg 6679.
‘Digger Death Index Victoria 1921-85’, State Library Victoria. Reg No 6679: Gordon David Langridge died 1955 age 70 at Toorak, parents George Thomas Langridge and Eleanor.
 'Best, Sir Robert Wallace (1856 - 1946)', Norma Marshall, Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 7, Melbourne University Press, 1979, pp 280-281.
 "The History of the Goodall Cup", author not stated, IHA, IHA website.
 "Australian National Archives" Langridge World War II service records:
• LANGRIDGE JOHN DAVID: Service Number VX40572, Date of birth 22 May 1917, Place of birth ARMADALE VIC, Place of enlistment - CAULFIELD VIC, Next of Kin LANGRIDGE GORDON