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Agnes Mathie MADILL (1875 - 1953)
Children Self + Spouses Parents Grandparents Greatgrandparents
Dorothy Cuisine Jean CHRISTOE (1901 - )
Muriel Berrick Wallace CHRISTOE (1902 - )
Richard Penrose CHRISTOE (1903 - )
Isabel Lillian Edith CHRISTOE (1905 - )
Agnes Mathie MADILL (1875 - 1953)

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William Herbert Berwick CHRISTOE (1863 - 1934)
Richard MADILL (1845 - 1909) Joseph MADILL



Sarah (MADILL) THOMPSON



Elizabeth Cusine (Consine) MATHIE (1842 - 1915) John MATHIE



Elizabeth WALLACE




b. 1875 at Queensland, Australia
m. 1900 William Herbert Berwick CHRISTOE (1863 - 1934) at Queensland, Australia
d. 1953 at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia aged 78
Near Relatives of Agnes Mathie MADILL (1875 - 1953)
Relationship Person Born Birth Place Died Death Place Age
Grandfather Joseph MADILL
Grandmother Sarah (MADILL) THOMPSON
Grandfather John MATHIE
Grandmother Elizabeth WALLACE

Father in Law John Penrose CHRISTOE
Mother in Law Dorothea Juliana BLOOD

Father Richard MADILL abt 1845 Cootehill, Co Cavan, Ireland 1909 Mackay, Queensland, Australia 64
Mother Elizabeth Cusine (Consine) MATHIE 1842 Gorbals, Lanarkshire, Scotland 1915 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 73

Self Agnes Mathie MADILL 1875 Queensland, Australia 1953 Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 78

Husband William Herbert Berwick CHRISTOE 1863 Orange, NSW, Australia 1934 Queensland, Australia 71

Daughter Dorothy Cuisine Jean CHRISTOE 1901 Queensland, Australia
Daughter Muriel Berrick Wallace CHRISTOE 1902 Queensland, Australia
Son Richard Penrose CHRISTOE 1903 Queensland, Australia
Daughter Isabel Lillian Edith CHRISTOE 1905 Queensland, Australia

Sister Elizabeth Sarah Thompson MADILL 1871 Mackay, Queensland, Australia 07 Oct 1929 Mackay, Queensland, Australia 58
Sister Josephine May (Mary) MADILL 1873 Queensland, Australia 1935 Townsville, Queensland, Australia 62
Sister Jane Akinson MADILL 1877 Queensland, Australia
Brother John Kevin MADILL 31 Dec 1878 Queensland, Australia 1953 Mackay, Queensland, Australia 75
Brother Joseph Wallace MADILL 29 Jan 1881 Queensland, Australia 1963 Queensland, Australia 82
Brother Richard Thompson MADILL 28 Aug 1883 Queensland, Australia 1884 Queensland, Australia 1

Son in Law Lindsay Livingstone DOWZER 1897 Queensland, Australia 1961 Queensland, Australia 64
Son in Law R MAGEE

Nephew Thomas Acheson ARMSTRONG 09 Jul 1891 Queensland, Australia 12 Oct 1917 Paschendale, France 26
Niece Elizabeth ARMSTRONG 1894 Queensland, Australia
Niece Ann ARMSTRONG 1896 Queensland, Australia 1896 Queensland, Australia 0
Niece Eileen Mary ARMSTRONG 1902 Queensland, Australia
Niece Grace May ARMSTRONG 1906 Queensland, Australia
Nephew John Stewart DAVIES 1904 Queensland, Australia 1963 Queensland, Australia 59
Nephew Reginald Victor DAVIES 1907 Queensland, Australia
Nephew Douglas Wallace MCBRIDE 1912 Queensland, Australia
Niece Marie Isabel CHRISTOE 1880 Queensland, Australia
Niece Julie Frances CHRISTOE 1882 Queensland, Australia
Nephew John Edward CHRISTOE 1884 Queensland, Australia 1943 Queensland, Australia 59
Niece Venetia Caroline Victoria CHRISTOE 1887 Queensland, Australia 1946 Queensland, Australia 59
Nephew Charles CHRISTOE 1888 Queensland, Australia 1895 Queensland, Australia 7

Brother in Law Charles Penrose CHRISTOE 1941 Queensland, Australia
Brother in Law Francis Le Breton CHRISTOE 1900 Queensland, Australia
Brother in Law Matthew Henry CHRISTOE 1921 Queensland, Australia
Brother in Law Robert ARMSTRONG Nov 1861 Comragh, Co. Waterford, Ireland 21 Feb 1942 Mackay, Queensland, Australia 80
Brother in Law William Samuel DAVIES 1867 Queensland, Australia 1955 Queensland, Australia 88
Brother in Law Samuel Douglas MCBRIDE
Sister in Law Christobel Olive May PERRY 1899 Queensland, Australia 1972 Queensland, Australia 73
Events in Agnes Mathie MADILL (1875 - 1953)'s life
Date Age Event Place Notes Src
1875 Agnes Mathie MADILL was born Queensland, Australia Reg No 1875/2115 52
1900 25 Married William Herbert Berwick CHRISTOE (aged 37) Queensland, Australia Reg No 1900/1471 52
1901 26 Birth of daughter Dorothy Cuisine Jean CHRISTOE Queensland, Australia Reg No 1901/3 52
1902 27 Birth of daughter Muriel Berrick Wallace CHRISTOE Queensland, Australia Reg No 1902/1799 52
1903 28 Birth of son Richard Penrose CHRISTOE Queensland, Australia Reg No 1903/1561 52
1905 30 Birth of daughter Isabel Lillian Edith CHRISTOE Queensland, Australia Reg No 1905/7131 52
1909 34 Death of father Richard MADILL (aged 64) Mackay, Queensland, Australia Note 1 52, 60
1915 40 Death of mother Elizabeth Cusine (Consine) MATHIE (aged 73) Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Note 2 52, 60
1934 59 Death of husband William Herbert Berwick CHRISTOE (aged 71) Queensland, Australia Note 3 52
1953 78 Agnes Mathie MADILL died Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Note 4 52, 60
Note 1: REg No 1909/2297 - parents were Joseph and Sarah

Daily Mercury (Mackay) 9 July 19109
OBlTUARY
A add fatality occurred on the Jolimount road yesterday morning, through which Mr. Richard Madill, a well-known and highly respected farmer, met his death. The deceased gentleman was driving in a dray from his selection to Mirani, when the horse bolted and the wheel striking a stone, the vehicle over turned, pinning the unfortunate man beneath. Two persons who witnessed the runaway at once ran forward, but, on raising the dray it was found that the deceased's neck was broken and life was extinct. Arrangements were at once made for the conveyance of the body to town by last evening's train. The late
Mr. Madill had resided in Mackay for 45 years, having arrived in Rockhampton a year previously, from Cootehill, Cavan, Ireland, in the vessel Flying Cloud. On his arrival here he worked for some time in the employ of Mr. Frank Bridgeman, but subsequently went in for farming on his own account. Though over 64 years of age, deceased was hale and hearty and his untimely end will be regretted by a large circle of friends.
A widow and family of four daughters and two sons are left to mourn their sad loss, and to them heartfelt sympathy will
be extended. The eldest son, Mr. Jack Madill, is a railway employee stationed at Hatton, and the other son, Mr.
Wallace Madill, is in the employ of Beirne (Mackay), Litd. The eldest daughter is the wife of Mr. Robert Armstrong, of Boldon, and another daughter is the wife of Mr. W. Christoe, of Farleigh.
The funeral takes place at noon to-day.
Note 2: Reg No 1915/3452 - parents John and Elizabeth

The Queenslander (Brisbane) 17 July 1915
DEATHS
MADILL.—On 6th July, 1915, at Brisbane, Elizabeth Cusine, relict of the late Richard Madhill, Mackay, aged 72.
Note 3: Reg No 1934/4338

Daily Mercury (Mackay)
Note 4: Reg No 1953/44116

The Daily Mercury (Mackay) 6 July 1953
THE death occurred in Brisbane on Friday of Mrs. Agnes Mathie Christoe, at the age of 78.
Mrs. .Christoe, whose husband predeceased her in 1934, was the third daughter of the late Mr. andMrs. Richard Madill, of Mackay.
Mrs. Christoe spent the first three years of her married life to 1903 in the west before coming back to Mackay to settle at Farleigh, where her husband, the late Mr. W. H. B. Christoe, was secretary of Farleigh mill for 29 years.
Church life
After Mr. Christoe's death Mrs. Christoe lived in Grant-street, Mackay. She was a member of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church Choir together With her sisters and brothers.
During World War I she took an active part in war work, particularly for t h e Comforts Fund. She took a keen interest in her church, being both member and guild member. She was organiser and first president of the C.W.A. at Farleigh.
Although in her latter years she was unable to attend church she listened each Sunday to the broadcast service from St. Paul's. Her funeral took place from St. Paul's Presbyterian Church yesterday and was largely attended, both at the church and graveside.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. L. L. Douzer, of Babinda, and Miss Muriel Christoe, a son, Mr. R. P. Christoe, of Mackay, a sister, Mrs. Jean McBride, of Nambour, and a brother, Mr. Wallace Madill. of Mackay. There are eight grand children.
In navy
Her eldest grandson, E. R. A. Douzer, R.A.N., is at present in England in H.M.A.S. Sydney. He was in the naval Coronation contingent from Australia.
Pall bearers at the funeral were Messrs. W. Holding, C.H. McGinn, D. Isbistor, K. Weir, C. McGown and R. Davies.
Source References:
52. Type: Australia Birth Marriage Death Index 1787 - 1985 Record
- Reference = (Marriage)
- Notes: Reg No 1900/1471
- Reference = (Birth)
- Reference = (Death)
- Notes: Reg No 1953/44116
60. Type: Newspaper, Title: Trove, http://trove.nla.gov.au
- Reference = (Death)
- Notes: The Daily Mercury (Mackay) 6 July 1953
THE death occurred in Brisbane on Friday of Mrs. Agnes Mathie Christoe, at the age of 78.
Mrs. .Christoe, whose husband predeceased her in 1934, was the third daughter of the late Mr. andMrs. Richard Madill, of Mackay.
Mrs. Christoe spent the first three years of her married life to 1903 in the west before coming back to Mackay to settle at Farleigh, where her husband, the late Mr. W. H. B. Christoe, was secretary of Farleigh mill for 29 years.
Church life
After Mr. Christoe's death Mrs. Christoe lived in Grant-street, Mackay. She was a member of St. Paul's Presbyterian Church Choir together With her sisters and brothers.
During World War I she took an active part in war work, particularly for t h e Comforts Fund. She took a keen interest in her church, being both member and guild member. She was organiser and first president of the C.W.A. at Farleigh.
Although in her latter years she was unable to attend church she listened each Sunday to the broadcast service from St. Paul's. Her funeral took place from St. Paul's Presbyterian Church yesterday and was largely attended, both at the church and graveside.
She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. L. L. Douzer, of Babinda, and Miss Muriel Christoe, a son, Mr. R. P. Christoe, of Mackay, a sister, Mrs. Jean McBride, of Nambour, and a brother, Mr. Wallace Madill. of Mackay. There are eight grand children.
In navy
Her eldest grandson, E. R. A. Douzer, R.A.N., is at present in England in H.M.A.S. Sydney. He was in the naval Coronation contingent from Australia.
Pall bearers at the funeral were Messrs. W. Holding, C.H. McGinn, D. Isbistor, K. Weir, C. McGown and R. Davies.