Hector Thomas BLANCH + Elizabeth Lizzie SINCLAIR

6 children
19041983
Birth: January 31, 1904 37 26Mullumbimby, New South Wales, Australia
Death: January 1983
1905
Birth: October 10, 1905 39 28Mullumbimby, New South Wales, Australia
Death:
19081972
Birth: October 4, 1908 42 31Mullumbimby, New South Wales, Australia
Death: August 16, 1972Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
19101992
Birth: December 21, 1910 44 33Nambour, Queensland, Australia
Death: November 13, 1992Nambour, Queensland, Australia
19131972
Birth: January 14, 1913 46 35Nambour, Queensland, Australia
Death: August 8, 1972Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
19171994
Birth: April 8, 1917 50 39Nambour, Queensland, Australia
Death: February 28, 1994
18661951
Birth: September 17, 1866 33 19Grafton, New South Wales, Australia
Death: April 2, 1951Nambour, Queensland, Australia
Male Pioneer
18331898
Birth: August 29, 1833 25 19Rolvenden, Kent, England, United Kingdom
Death: December 11, 1898Casino, New South Wales, Australia
Blanch - Margaret
18471927
Birth: about 1847 28Paterson, New South Wales, Australia
Death: January 21, 1927Greenridge, New South Wales, Australia
18771944
Birth: May 24, 1877 33 34Shoalhaven, New South Wales, Australia
Death: August 25, 1944Eudlo, Queensland, Australia

Facts and events

Marriage March 24, 1903
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Citation details: 3796/1903 BLANCH HECTOR T SINCLAIR ELIZABETH LISMORE
Residence
Address: "Willow Bank"
Note: They lived at Mullumbimby, in a home called "Willow Bank." During this time in Mullumbimby…

They lived at Mullumbimby, in a home called "Willow Bank." During this time in Mullumbimby, the family was ripped off by a friend, when money was lent to buy timber to build a home which Hector was to build for the friend.

The 'friend' however took the money and ran, leaving the Blanch family to foot the bill. Sadly the home had to be sold to do so and the family moved to Queensland.

Residence
Address: "Willow Brae" in the Blackall Range
Note: They established themselves on the Blackall Range, not far from the town of Eudlo. The home was larg…

They established themselves on the Blackall Range, not far from the town of Eudlo. The home was largely built from timber cut on their property, including cedar furniture. The home became known as "Willow Brae."