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Charles Henry Harton

Location
Bendigo
From
Australia
Im trying to locate my great grandmothers missing older 1/2 brother Charles Henry Harton.

Born 1870 Tarnagulla victoria (spelt as Horton on bdm vic)

Dad: Benjamin Harton
Mum: Eliza Lewis

Think he might have travelled to WA & NSW as either crew or a passenger
 
Hi Nathaniel,

Another elusive rellie of yours? :2fun::2fun:

The closet i could find was this, probably a very big long shot but its all i could find.

South Australia death index

1941 641/4597 OLSON Charles Henry undefined Angaston

Leader (Angaston, SA : 1918 - 1954)
Thu 2 Oct 1941
Mr Charles Henry Olsen, 64, who died at Angaston on Friday after several days in hospital here, was not alone in his last hours, nor laid to rest without friends, although the fates had been against him and no relatives could be located. Mr E. T. Odgers and Mr P. R. Graetz made arrangements for the funeral on Saturday, and they were bearers with Messrs H. Doddridge and W. Stanitzke (the sexton). Rev. G. H. Bottrill conducted the service before this little gathering. Mr Olsen was born at Bendigo, Vic., and came here from Bundaleer early this year, living quietly by himself in a little shack on the Council property. His wife died many years ago, and there was no family; but a sister is believed to be living in Victoria. Mr Olsen had been a musician in his earlier years and participated in early band contests at Ballarat.

http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/166382923

I know his surname was Harton but maybe he took the Olsen name since he would have been only a little fella when Olsen come on the scene.
 
Leader (Angaston, SA : 1918 - 1954)
Thu 2 Oct 1941
Mr Charles Henry Olsen, 64, who died at Angaston on Friday after several days in hospital here, was not alone in his last hours, nor laid to rest without friends, although the fates had been against him and no relatives could be located. Mr E. T. Odgers and Mr P. R. Graetz made arrangements for the funeral on Saturday, and they were bearers with Messrs H. Doddridge and W. Stanitzke (the sexton). Rev. G. H. Bottrill conducted the service before this little gathering. Mr Olsen was born at Bendigo, Vic., and came here from Bundaleer early this year, living quietly by himself in a little shack on the Council property. His wife died many years ago, and there was no family; but a sister is believed to be living in Victoria. Mr Olsen had been a musician in his earlier years and participated in early band contests at Ballarat.

I cant find a birth in VIC for the above fella.
 
Posting your blokes birth index for reference

Event Birth
Event registration number 12122
Registration year 1871
Family name HORTON
Given names Charles Henry
Father's name Benjamin
Mother's name Eliza (Lewis)
Place of birth TARN
 
OMG
that would be him.
I recognise a few of the names in the article.
Hes taken his step dads surname

Hi Nathaniel,

Another elusive rellie of yours? :2fun::2fun:

The closet i could find was this, probably a very big long shot but its all i could find.

South Australia death index

1941 641/4597 OLSON Charles Henry undefined Angaston

Leader (Angaston, SA : 1918 - 1954)
Thu 2 Oct 1941
Mr Charles Henry Olsen, 64, who died at Angaston on Friday after several days in hospital here, was not alone in his last hours, nor laid to rest without friends, although the fates had been against him and no relatives could be located. Mr E. T. Odgers and Mr P. R. Graetz made arrangements for the funeral on Saturday, and they were bearers with Messrs H. Doddridge and W. Stanitzke (the sexton). Rev. G. H. Bottrill conducted the service before this little gathering. Mr Olsen was born at Bendigo, Vic., and came here from Bundaleer early this year, living quietly by himself in a little shack on the Council property. His wife died many years ago, and there was no family; but a sister is believed to be living in Victoria. Mr Olsen had been a musician in his earlier years and participated in early band contests at Ballarat.

http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/166382923

I know his surname was Harton but maybe he took the Olsen name since he would have been only a little fella when Olsen come on the scene.
 
Yeah, South Australia records online are not good... no E/R's to speak of.. There are a few between late 1930' and early 1940's, but there was another Charles Henry b. c1916 and looks to be living in Port Pirie, I don't have full access.

That said, the press cutting said Bundaleer, which is only 20-30km E of Port Pirie, something to ponder :rolleyes:

Geoff
 
As a matter of interest was Charles H stepfather called Charles?

Geoff

Hi Geoff,

Step father's name was John Olson. Eliza married under the name Clark as thats her previous married name as she never married Benjamin Harton.

registration number 4546
Registration year 1874
Family name OLSON
Given names John
Spouse's family name CLARK
Spouse's given names Eliza
 
Charles mum eliza married at least 3 times maybe more
Born Eliza Lewis then Clarke, then Harton then olson

A few of the people mentioned in trove appear frequently in documents relating to tarnagulla
 
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