1882 - 1960 (77 years)
||Herbert Clair KEIGHTLEY |
||20 Nov 1882
||Quorn, South Australia, Australia 
||16 Nov 1960
||OG Road, Felixstow, South Australia, Australia 
||17 Nov 1960
||Centennial Park Cemetery, South Australia, Australia 
||6 Mar 2014 |
||Herbert KEIGHTLEY, b. 1850, Nottingham, England , d. 5 Jun 1934, Perth, Western Australia, Australia (Age 84 years) |
||Helen Band THOMSON, b. 2 Jun 1855, Port Adelaide, South Australia, Australia , d. 17 May 1924, Pingelly, WA, Australia (Age 68 years) |
||7 Jan 1877
||Napperby, South Australia, Australia 
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
||Amy Isabel CHAMBERS, b. 17 Mar 1885, Liston St, Parkside, South Australia, Australia , d. 21 Jul 1959, Magill Wards, Magill, South Australia, Australia (Age 74 years) |
||27 Sep 1916
||Angelo Street, South Perth, Western Australia, Australia 
|+||1. Maurice Stewart KEIGHTLEY, b. 25 Jan 1918, Subiaco, WA, Australia , d. 3 Mar 1987, Glandore, South Australia, Australia (Age 69 years)|
|+||2. Raymond Stodart KEIGHTLEY, b. 29 Apr 1920, South Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia , d. 15 May 1998, Western Highway, Nhill, Victoria, Australia (Age 78 years)|
| ||3. Malcolm Clair KEIGHTLEY, b. 17 Dec 1922, Unley, South Australia, Australia , d. 24 Apr 1945, WW2,,,Burma (Age 22 years)|
||Amy and Bert KEIGHTLEY|
||3 Nov 2018 |
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
|Born - 20 Nov 1882 - Quorn, South Australia, Australia
|Married - 27 Sep 1916 - Angelo Street, South Perth, Western Australia, Australia
|Died - 16 Nov 1960 - OG Road, Felixstow, South Australia, Australia
|Buried - 17 Nov 1960 - Centennial Park Cemetery, South Australia, Australia
- [S11] Births South Australia Civil, 31 May 2012.
Registered 1882, in the District of Frome.
Herbert Clair KEIGHTLEY, male, at Quorn, on 20 November 1882.
Father Herbert KEIGHTLEY, storekeeper, Quorn.
Mother Helen Bone KEIGHTLEY nee THOMSON.
Informant Herbert Clair KEIGHTLEY, father, Quorn.
Registered 6 December 1882.
The Registrar-General issued a declaration to change Hubert to Herbert, wherever it appears.
Letter dated 21 April 1925 to the District Registrar. Corrected on the District Register copy on 30 April 1925.
- [S12] Deaths South Australian Civil, 6 Jun 2012.
Registered 1960 in the District of Norwood.
Herbert Clair KEIGHTLEY, male, widower, aged 77 years.
Died 16 November 1960, Aldersgate Old Folks Home, Payneham.
Buried 17 November 1960, Centennial Park Cemetery, Springbank.
Usual residence Aldersgate Old Folks Home, Payneham.
Born Quorn, South Australia, native.
Issue Living 2M,0F, Deceased 1M, 0F.
Cause of Death Left sided hemiplegia, Cerebro vascular breach 2 months, Cerebro vascular breach 2 days.
Age at marriage unknown.
Informant J E GOLDSMITH, clerk, 193 Unley Road, Unley.
Registered 18 November 1960, at Norwood.
- [S21] Centennial Park Cemetery Adelaide, 6 Jun 1960.
Name Herbert Clair KEIGHTLEY, male
Site General AB 17, 293A.
Interred with Amy Isobel KEIGHTLEY nee STODART.
- [S13] Marriage South Australia Civil, 8 Jun 2012.
Registration 1877, District of Clare.
Groom Herbert KEIGHTLEY, 26 years, bachelor, residence Napperby, father Samuel KEIGHTLEY.
Bride Helen Band THOMSON, 21 years, spinster, residence Napperby, father Robert THOMSON.
Married at Reservoir Hotel, Napperby.
Witnesses William GOLDNEY, hotel keeper Napperby, and John BOON(?), head teacher Port Pirie.
Celebrant William HOPKINS.
There is some doubt as to Band/Baud and other spellings. I examined the original handwriting and Band is the spelling, consistent with other handwritten 'n' letters.
- [S28] Marriage Civil Western Australia, 14 Jun 2012.
Married 27 September 1916, by Presbyterian Rites, at Angelo Street, South Perth.
Groom Herbert Clair KEIGHTLEY, age 34 years, bachelor, farmer, present residence South Perth, usual residence Mindebooka via Baandee, WA
Groom's parents father Herbert KEIGHTLEY, commercial traveller, mother Helen Band Thomson.
Bride Amy Isabel CHAMBERS 31 years, spinster, home duties, present residence South Perth, usual residence Ramage Street, Unley, South Australia.
Bride's parents father Alfred Ocean CHAMBERS (deceased), relieving officer, mother Sarah Hannah STODART (deceased).
Witnesses Nellie SMOKER and Edna M STOCKDALE.
Officiating minister G Nisbet Dods.
Registered 4 October 1916.