1737 Charlotte Tullideph born 30 October daughter of Walter Tullideph and Mary Burroughs
1740 Katherine Tullideph born 16 November 1740 died 7 October 1743 daughter of Walter Tullideph and Mary Burroughs
1745 Walter Sydserfe Tullideph born 29 March son of Walter Tullideph and Mary Burroughs. A note in his father’s diary on March 30th “Yesterday my wife was safely delivered of a fine boy”. Died 10 June 1752 in Antigua – a note in his father’s diary on June 14th “My dear son Waltie who was carried off with a malignant fever and ulcerated sore throat on the 10th inst”.
1913 William John Tilliduff 14th Aug 1913 departed from London on board Demosthenes bound for Melbourne. Occupation Mechanic
1914 Annie, Gertrude and Alfreda Tilliduff 25th September 1914 Annie, Gertrude and Alfreda left London on the SS Orsova bound for Adelaide, Australia, joining William.
1919 William Tilliduff was involved in a railway accident: – The railway authorities reported on September 6 that on the previous evening a train, which left the South-terrace station at about half-past 6 o’clock, crashed into a horse and masher dray, driven by Mr. W. J. Tilliduff, of Marion-road, Plympton. The accident happened at the level crossing at the South Plympton station, which Mr. Tilliduff, who was accompanied by his wife, attempted to cross in front of the approaching train in charge of Driver W. J. Gibbs, but for whose promptness the consequences might have been more serious. The vehicle was smashed to pieces, and the horse was killed on the spot, but the occupants were fortunately thrown clear of the engine. Mr. Tiiliduff had his right leg broken near the thigh and his wife was severely bruised. Mr. Tilliduff was conveyed to the Adelaide Hospital after arrangements had been made by Constable Noblet, of Glenelg, but Mrs. Tilliduff was able to go home. The Adelaide Chronicle 13 Sept 1919
1920 6th June there is a Certificate of Acceptance into the Religious Society of Friends of South Australia for William Tilliduff
1920: Marriage Bride TILLIDUFF Bride Given Name(s): Gertrude Letitia: Groom Given Name(s): SydneyGroom Last Name: WOODHOUSE Last Name Surname: Marriage Year: 1920 REG: 282/454 www.genealogysa.org.au
1928 ADELAIDE, Monday.- William John Tilliduff, aged 56 years, dairyman, of McLaren Vale, who was gored by a bull on Thursday, died in the Adelaide Hospital to-day. The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848-1954) Wednesday 16 May 1928
Mr. W. J. TILLIDUFF Mr. William John Tilliduff, of McLaren Vale, who was attacked by a young bull on his property and was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital in a serious condition, succumbed to his injuries. Mr. Tilliduff, who took up a dairying farm at McLaren Vale recently, went from Brighton, where he was engaged in a similar business. He originally hailed from England, and spent many years in the employ of the Woolwich Arsenal. Mr. Tilliduff was of a jovial disposition, and was highly respected by those who knew him, and deep regret is expressed at his untimely end. A wife and two daughters by his first marriage survive him. The Adelaide Chronicle, Adelaide 19 May 1928
1928 Burial William John Tilliduff : Date: 1928 Place: West Quaker Section, West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, Australia
1931 25th April Annie Tilliduff, William’s widow, arrived in London from Melbourne, Australia on board Barrabool, bound for 16 Chancelot Road Abbeywood, London E.
1931 19th November she departed from London on board Baradine bound for Melbourne
1922 Charles Prudden Tilliduff and family Charles Prudden Tilliduff departed from London on 19th Oct 1922 on board Beltana bound for Adelaide. Occupation – confectioner. His address in UK was recorded as 25 Kirk Lane Plumstead SE. He was accompanied by his wife Catherine and daughter Enid (recorded as a dental technician), and also by his daughter Ruby, now Waller, and her husband George and daughter Marjorie.
1930 – 1943 (Sands) Living at Hanson Road, Woodville N., Adelaide , occupation poultry farmer South Australia South Australian Directory (Sands) 1930
Death record Name: Charles Prudden Tilliduff: Death Date: 05 Jan 1953 Death Place: South Australia :Registration Year: 1951-1955 :Registration Place: South Australia :Page Number: 143 :Volume Number: 792 / www.genealogysa.org.au
Buried in Cheltenham Cemetery Adelaide
TILLIDUFF.— On Jan. 5. at a private hospital. Charles Prudden Tilliduff, late of 85 Edmund av, Unley. husband of the late Catherine Lucy Tilliduff and loving father of Ruby and Enid, grandfather of Kathleen. Aged 85 years. At rest. So mote it be. Obituary from The Advertiser (Adelaide) 6th January 1953;
1949 Catherine Lucy Tilliduff: Death: 01 Jul 1949 Death Place: South Australia Page Number: 3127 Volume Number: 742
1953 Charles Prudden Tilliduff Death: 05 Jan 1953 Death Place: South Australia Page Number: 143 Volume Number: 792
United States of America
1919 Florence Honor Tilliduff Arrived New York USA 11 March 1919 on board the Adriatic from Liverpool.
- 1924 June 13th Florence arrived in Southampton from New York on board the Majestic bound for 17 Chancelot Road Abbeywood
- 1925 April 11th Florence departed from Southampton on board the Mauretania and arrived New York USA 18 April 1925
- 1939 Name: Florence Honor Tilliduff Gender: Female Race: White Birth Date: 9 Jun 1888 Birth Place: Plumstead, United Kingdom Father: Thomas J Tilliduff Mother: Florence M Ellicott Type of Claim: Original SSN. Notes: Nov 1939: Name listed as FLORENCE HONOR TILLIDUFF U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
- 1940 April 24th Florence Honor Tilliduff became a naturalised citizen of the United States of America in Rockland New York USA Index, 1917-1950 Declarations of Intention, U.S. District Court, Southern Dist. of New York, M1675
- 1951 October 4th Florence arrived in Southampton aboard Queen Mary from New York. Destination address 21 Marley Ave Bexleyheath Kent. Name entered as Florence Sizer. No marriage has yet been found, but her husband was Robert Charles Sizer born 1877 in Massachusetts United States of America.
- 1951 November 27th Florence arrived in New York from Southampton aboard the Queen Elizabeth destination address 727 Main Street Worcester Mass.
- 1974 Death in Worcester Massachusetts aged 86, vol. 97 page 112
On May 1st 1947 Frederick CharlesTilliduff and his family, comprising his wife Evelyn and children Malcolm Charles and Daphne Ann, departed from Southampton aboard the “Capetown Castle” bound for Cape Town in South Africa (recorded as Talliduff).
Evelyn died in 1953 and Frederick remarried some time afterwards in Cape Town to Sheila Bagshaw (born in 1910 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa), who passed away on 21st December 1957. He then married Jessie Gwendolyn Robertson in 1959 (she was born Boyes in Brentford, Middlesex, England in 1906). Frederick passed away in 1981. Death 16th January 1981 at Protea Place, Bergandal Road, Constantia, Cape Province, South Africa. The London Gazette, May 27th 1981
Malcolm passed away in 2011. Death: 13289/2011— Tilliduff, Malcolm Charles James, 3908045079085; Maureen Tilliduff, 4208200066087 (Hermanus; Cape Town).—B.O. Stipp, P.O. Box 211, Hermanus, 7200. [Government Gazette Staatskoerant Republic of South Africa Vol. 572 Pretoria, 15th February 2013 No. 36148]