[Index]
Arthur Stanley MCNAUGHT (1888 - 1945)
Children Self + Spouses Parents Grandparents Greatgrandparents
Campbell Carden MCNAUGHT (1929 - 1934)
Living
Arthur Stanley MCNAUGHT (1888 - 1945)

+

Ada Berry Helen Carden COLLINS (1900 - 1995)
Daniel MCNAUGHT











Louisa Miriam SNEYA












b. 20 Jan 1888 at Queensland, Australia
m. 28 Jan 1924 Ada Berry Helen Carden COLLINS (1900 - 1995) at Queensland, Australia
d. 06 Aug 1945 at Queensland, Australia aged 57
Near Relatives of Arthur Stanley MCNAUGHT (1888 - 1945)
Relationship Person Born Birth Place Died Death Place Age
Father in Law Arthur John Carden COLLINS 26 Mar 1873 Stanage Bay Cattle Station, Queensland 15 Feb 1956 Bowen, Queensland, Australia 82
Mother in Law Elizabeth Spencer WILLS 12 Mar 1873 Queensland, Australia 24 Oct 1956 Queensland, Australia 83

Father Daniel MCNAUGHT
Mother Louisa Miriam SNEYA

Self Arthur Stanley MCNAUGHT 20 Jan 1888 Queensland, Australia 06 Aug 1945 Queensland, Australia 57

Wife Ada Berry Helen Carden COLLINS 22 Feb 1900 Queensland, Australia 12 Oct 1995 Queensland, Australia 95

Son Campbell Carden MCNAUGHT 14 May 1929 21 Oct 1934 Queensland, Australia 5
Daughter Living or Recently Deceased

Son in Law Living or Recently Deceased

Niece Living or Recently Deceased
Niece Living or Recently Deceased
Nephew Living or Recently Deceased
Nephew Living or Recently Deceased
Nephew Living or Recently Deceased
Niece Living or Recently Deceased
Nephew Living or Recently Deceased

Brother in Law James Cedric Carden COLLINS 11 Jun 1902 Queensland, Australia 1993 91
Brother in Law Jack Egbert Carden COLLINS 03 Jun 1903 Queensland, Australia abt 1993 90
Sister in Law Cora Zuill Carden COLLINS 30 May 1905 Toowong, Queensland, Australia 08 Aug 1933 Brisbane, Queensland 28
Sister in Law Mary Frances Carden COLLINS 19 Feb 1913 Queensland, Australia
Events in Arthur Stanley MCNAUGHT (1888 - 1945)'s life
Date Age Event Place Notes Src
20 Jan 1888 Arthur Stanley MCNAUGHT was born Queensland, Australia Note 1 52, 55
28 Jan 1924 36 Married Ada Berry Helen Carden COLLINS (aged 23) Queensland, Australia Reg No 1924/843 52
1925 37 Residence Talinga, Mitchell St, Townsville, Queensland Note 2 37
14 May 1929 41 Birth of son Campbell Carden MCNAUGHT 55
21 Oct 1934 46 Death of son Campbell Carden MCNAUGHT (aged 5) Queensland, Australia Note 3 52
1943 55 Residence 52 Strand, Townsville, Queensland Note 4 37
06 Aug 1945 57 Arthur Stanley MCNAUGHT died Queensland, Australia Note 5 52
Note 1: Reg No 8932/1888 - Daniel McNaught and Louisa Miriam Sneya
Note 2: MCNAUGHT Ada Berry Helen Carden - hd; Arthur Stanley - clerk
Note 3: Reg No 1934/4758 - Arthur Stanley and Ada Berry Helen Carden Collins
Note 4: MCNAUGHT Ada Berry Helen Carden - hd; Arthur Stanley - mercantile manager
Note 5: Reg No 3842/1945 - Daniel and Louise Miriam Sneyd
Personal Notes:
http://tww.id.au/family-history-wills/edward-spencer-wills-celene/pafg14.htm#137
349. Ada Berry Helen Collins (Elizabeth Spencer Wills , Cedric Spencer , Horatio Spencer Howe , Edward Spencer ) was born on 22 Feb 1900. She died on 6 Aug 1945.

married 28 Feb 1924 Arthur Stanley McNaught (b. 1888)

Ada married Arthur Stanley McNaught on 28 Feb 1924. Arthur was born in 1888 in Brisbane Queensland Australia. He died on 6 Aug 1945 in Townsville, Queensland, Australia. He was buried on 7 Aug 1945 in Townsville, Queensland, Australia.

Townsville Daily Bulletin, 07 Aug 1945 (Tue.), p. 2. FUNERAL NOTICE NcNAUGHT: The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. A. S. McNAUGHT and Jean, No. 52, The Strand; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. COLLINS (Senr.) and Family (Bowen), Miss E. McNAUGHT (Toowoomba), and Mr. and Mrs. H. McNAUGHT (Roma), are respectifully invited to attend the FUNERAL of their beloved Husband, Father, Son-in-law, Brother, Brother-in-law, and Uncle, ARTHUR STANLEY McNAUGHT, which will move from The Central Presbyterian Church, Wills Street, City, THIS TUESDAY AFTERNOON at 4.30 o'clock. (New Cemetery). Service will commence at 4.15 o'clock. F. HEATLEY & SONS (PTY.) LTD. Undertakers. 'Phones: Day 1330; Night 771. ----- R.S.S.A.I.L.A. Townsville Branch. -- MEMBERS of the above are respectfully invited to attend the FUNERAL of their late Comrade, ARTHUR STANLEY McNAUGHT (late 42nd Batt.), which will move as above. J. B. CABLE, Branch Secretary. ---- TOWNSVILLE A.I.F. MEMORIAL LODGE No. 377 U.G.L.Q. MEMBERS of the above are respectfully invited to attend the FUNERAL of their late Bro. ARTHUR STANLEY McNAUGHT, which will move as above. J. MILNE, Secretary. -------------------- ----- MacNAUGHT, Arthur Stanley (dancer, Warwick/Mackay/Ayr 1910s) ? b. 1888 (parents Daniel McNAUGHT and Louisa Miriam SNEYD), d. 1945 Townsville. Competed in Brisbane 1907, Warwick 1909, Mackay 1910. Secretary of the Toowoomba Caledonian Society (1908?10). Arch Galloway records: 'I remember as a small boy in Ayr, I was possibly about 8 or 9 years of age?
Arthur McNAUGHT was employed by the Australian Estates Company and was stationed in Toowoomba prior [p. 99] to 1913 when he was transferred to Townsville. While in Toowoomba he competed at Warwick from time to time. He was also a Highland Dancer, and I have a dim recollection of seeing him dance the Highland Fling at a Scottish Concert in Ayr. He died in Townsville in 1945'

Parents and siblings At 28 he was an accountant in Townsville (Nov 1916), before going overseas. Dad was still alive in 1916 in Toowoomba. He had two brothers and one sister. Marriage Reg # Subjects family name Subjects given names Other party's names 1887/B011740 McNaught Daniel Louisa Miriam Sneyd Birth Reg # Family name Given name Fathers given names Mothers names 1888/C008932 McNaught Arthur Stanley Daniel Louisa Miriam Sneyd 1890/C004622 McNaught Reginald Matwell Daniel Louisa Miriam Sneyd 1900/C003482 McNaught Irene Edna Daniel Lousie Merian Sneyd 1902/C003569 McNaught Gordon Hartley Daniel Louisa Miriam Sneyd Daily Mercury, 28 Nov. 1910 (Mon.), p. 8 (back page) at Ayr, NQ. S C H O O L O F A R T S THE GRAND CALEDONIAN CONCERT! ST. ANDREW'S DAY (Wednesday Next) ST. ANDREW'S DAY 6. Dance Highland Fling. Mr. A. S. McNAUGHT. 12. Song. Sword Dance. Mr. A.S. McNAUGHT. WW1 Regimental number 3095 Religion Presbyterian Occupation Accountant Address Townsville, Queensland Marital status Single Age at embarkation 28 Next of kin Father, Daniel McNaught, Norwood Street, Toowoomba, Queensland Enlistment date 13 November 1916 Rank on enlistment Private Unit name 42nd Battalion, 7th Reinforcement AWM Embarkation Roll number 23/59/3 Embarkation details Unit embarked from Sydney, New South Wales, on board HMAT A18 Wiltshire on 7 February 1917 Rank from Nominal Roll Lance Corporal Unit from Nominal Roll 41st Battalion Fate Returned to Australia 20 May 1919 electoral movements 1913 - Herbert/Townsville roll: Arthur Stanley McNaught, clerk, Stanton Hill Townsville 1919 do: ASMcN, clerk,'Revesby' Stanton Hill, Townsville 1925 Kennedy/Richmond: ASMcN stock agent, Royal Hotel, Richmond but also 1925 Herbert/Townsville: ASMcN "Talinga" Mitchell St, NorthWard, Clerk Ada Berry Helen Carden McNaught home duties so doubly registered. May have just gone out to Richmond at that time or maybe got married at that time and moved back. 1930 Herbert/Townsville: ASMcN, ABHCMcN, The Strand, Mercantile Manager 1936 ditto 27 December 2007 Performing Arts Historical Society Townsville Performing Arts History - Music Townsville Popular Variety Amateur Minstrels Picture Caption reads: "In 1918 the Townsville Popular Variety Amateur Minstrels entertained in and around Townsville. Comprised of local identities including the musical Foley family, the Minstrels began as a fund-raising arm of the Oddfellows in 1889 and remained active for over 40 years. Although some names have not been positively confirmed, those in the photograph are from the back: Left to Right: Gordon Mearns, T. Ansell, Frank Mackay, H. Hitchcock, A. Cameron, Tom Gavaston, R. McSwain, Frank Hanran. 2nd Back Row: Jimmy Lamb, Harry Lewis, Dave Foley, Miles Foley, George Coates, Tom Foley, Fred Feather, A.J.Francis, and Arthur McNaught. 3rd Row: George Waite, Will Thurling, Will Cassidy, George Haseler, George Tideman, Agnes Rawes, Will Griffiths, Lionel Nicol and Ted McGovern. The two adults seated on the floor in the front are Dave Buchanan, left, and Will Buchanan." Photo in Townsville Daily Bulletin 09 May 1994.

Townsville Daily Bulletin, 07 Aug 1945 (Tue.), p. 2. Entire column article DEATH OF MR. A. S. McNAUGHT Mr. Arthur Stanley McNAUGHT, manager of the Townsville branch of the Australian Estates Co., Ltd., and a prominent figure in commercial and tennis circles, died in a private hospital early on Monday night after a lengthy illness. A native of Brisbane, the late Mr. McNAUGHT came to Townsville about 1910. He made an immediate impression as a tennis player and became an acquisition to the game in Townsville both as a player and administrator. Apart from the years spent with the A.I.F. in World War I, and a term of less than a year in the West for his firm, he had served the Townsville Lawn Tennis Association as secretary since its inception and the growth of the sport in Townsville owed much to his enthusiasm and his organising ability. ... was formed with "Mac," as he was popularly known, ... In the commercial sphere he was highly esteemed. After returning from the first Great War, Mr. McNAUGHT went to Richmond to open a branch there for Australian Estates Ltd., remaining for ten months. Returning to Townsville he took up the position of accountant. His appointment as manager in 1926 was acclaimed both locally and in the West where he had made a wide and valuable connection. Mc. McNAUGHT was also interested in the Caledonian Association. No Scots gathering was complete without him and in his younger days was a prominent piper. Just over two years ago his health became seriously impaired but he bravely carried on until a sudden attack on Monday brought the end. Mr. McNAUGHT, who was 57, is survived by his widow and one daughter, Miss Jean, to whom the sympathy of a large circle of friends will be extended. McNAUGHT, Arthur Stanley Wills 1945/148 > A/17276 Before Justice R. J. DOUGLAS 9 items late 52 The Strand, mercantile manager Ada Berry Helen Carden McNAUGHT, lawful widow of the deceased (signature B. McNAUGHT) d. at Lister Hospital Townsville, 6 Aug 1945, personal estate but no real estate. will if wife predecease me, appoint sister in law Mary Francis WADE as guardian to my daughter Edna Jean Carden McNAUGHT during her minority and I express the wish that my said daughter be educated at an approved Convent School ... etc. Union Trustee Company of Australia and my wife as Trustees. 2 – £100 to sister Irene Edna McNAUGHT of West Street Toowoomba 3 – £200 to daughter upon 21 yo 4 – remain to wife, then daughter 5 – daughter 'towards her maintenance education benefit and advancement in life'. very straight forward will NO portion of the assets of the said ARTHUR STANLEY McNAUGHT deceased is distributed or payable under his said Will and Codicil during the war to any beneficiary or creditor who is in an enemy country or to or on behalf of any person resident in an enemy country of whatever nationality. [this was a standard WW2 clause] death certificate d. 06 Aug 1945, Lister Private Hospital, Townsville. 57 years, 7 months. (a) Apoplexy (b) Generalized Arteriosclerosis. seen by Dr L. HALBERSTATER on that day. [Leo was involved in the Townsville Turf Club in a big way.] Father Daniel, traveller, mother Louise Miriam SNEYD buried 7 Aug 1945, Tsv Cemetery, W E CORDWELL undertaker, minister S. E. McKAY, Presbyterian. Witnesses R. BROWNLESS and H. P. MELVILLE. born Brisbane Qld, 57 years in Qld. m. Tsv, Qld, at 36 years of age to Ada Berry Helen CARDEN-COLLINS. Edna Jean, 14. Deceased one male. [He married Berry on 28 Feb 1924, so married her when he was 36, and had 21 years of marriage.] Nil realty, personalty under £5860. inventory money in bank and accrued interest £ 408. 7.11 war bonds, etc. £ 412. 8. 6 Life policies and bonuses £3498.18. 0 Debts due tot he estate £1548.11. 7 Shares in companies £ 55. 9. 4 Arch Galloway records: 'I remember as a small boy in Ayr, I was possibly about 8 or 9 years of age… Arthur McNAUGHT was employed by the Australian Estates Company and was stationed in Toowoomba prior [p. 99] to 1913 when he was transferred to Townsville. While in Toowoomba he competed at Warwick from time to time. He was also a Highland Dancer, and I have a dim recollection of seeing him dance the Highland Fling at a Scottish Concert in Ayr. He died in Townsville in [August] 1945'. –– DOUGLAS 1986, pp. 98–99. Douglas, Ronald 1986, 75th Anniversary, the braw Manawdge "The Fair Society": A history of the Toowoomba Caledonian Society & Burns Club, Toowoomba. 116 pages. Arthur also danced in 1907 Brisbane and 1909, and Warwick.
Source References:
37. Type: Vital Record, Abbr: Australian electoral rolls, Title: Australian Electoral Rolls, Auth: Australian government
- Reference = (Residence)
- Reference = (Residence)
52. Type: Australia Birth Marriage Death Index 1787 - 1985 Record
- Reference = (Birth)
- Reference = (Death)
- Reference = (Marriage)
55. Type: Book, Abbr: Edward Wills Family and Descendants, Title: Ancestor Treasure Hunt; The Edward Wills Family and Descendants in Australia 1797 - 1976, Auth: R.V. Pockley, Publ: Wentworth Books - Sydney, Date: 1976
- Reference = (Birth)