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Adelaide Maria Dundas
Daughter of: Laurence Dundas
and: Charlotte Maria Slator
born: 1832
died: 13/10/1908 at Wadhurst, Sussex
adelaide
  marriage
  x 7/6/1853 in Dublin, Ireland James White Minchin
 
    the following children were born of this union:
1. Anna Laura Minchin born 6/3/1854.
2. William Cyril Minchin born 9/6/1856.
3. George Hamilton Minchin born 29/9/1857 in Beverley,Yorkshire.
4. Adelaide Georgina Holdsworth Minchin born 10/11/1858.
5. Alice Minchin born 10/2/1860, Kilkenny, Ireland.
6. Paget Dundas Minchin born 7/4/1862, Kilkenny, Ireland.
7. James Henry White Minchin born 15/9/1864 in Dublin.

Alan Charlesworth Dundas
Son of: Charles Leslie Dundas
and: Fanny Maria Dundas
born: Monday 10 May 1880
died: Thursday 14 October 1954 in Exmouth, Devon
Occupation: Major, 17th Middlesex Regiment
  marriage
  x Thursday 15 April 1909 Clara Beatrice Risdon Davy
  the following children were born of this union:
1. Hugh Alan Charles Dundas born Wednesday 18 August 1915 

Annie Francis Dundas
Daughter of: Laurence George Dundas
and: Jane Anna Maria Grimston
born: 29/9/1856
died: 24th May 1887
  marriage
  x 25/1/1883 Reginald Graham Wordsworth son of William Wordsworth of Westmoreland and grandson of the poet (London Standard, 30/1/1883)
  the following children were born of this union:
1. William Wordsworth born 1885 Co. Wexford
2. Dorothy Wordsworth born 1884 Co. Wexford married 1912 Walter Seton Dickson
3. Anne Hilda born 1887 Co. Wexford

Annie Jane Bell Dundas
Daughter of: Thomas Laurence Dundas
and: Elizabeth Stewart Currie
born: Sunday 29 October 1882 in Port Adelaide, Australia
died: Saturday 18 February 1978 in Melboune, Australia
  marriage
  x 29 December 1906 in Glasgow David Graham
  the following children were born of this union:
1. Elizabeth Graham born 1909 
2. James Graham born 1912
3. Clarissa Graham born 1914 

Audrey Alberta Dundas


Daughter of: James Brown Johnston Dundas
and: Alberta May Boyle
born: Tuesday 8 March 1910 in Melbourne Australia
died: Saturday 11 May 1946
  marriage
  G. Krischook
  the following children were born of this union:
1. Gary Krischook
2. Rodney Krischook

Caroline Dundas
  Daughter of: William John Dundas
  and: Caroline Roe
  born: 29/11/1841
  died::  

Charles George Dundas
Son of: Laurence George Dundas
and: Jane Anna Maria Grimston
born: 1st October 1866 in Ireland
died: 29th May 1932 in Birmingham, England
Occupation: Carpenter.
  In 1881 Charles George Dundas joined HMS Conway training ship against his parent's wishes. He is also known to have been living in San Fransico in 1890.
  marriage
 
  1. x December 1897 Emily Storry (Charles is shown as a widower on his marriage certificate, previous marriage not yet located.)
  the following children were born of this union:
1. Annie Dundas, born 1900 married Reginald John Carter died 1932
2. Nellie Dundas, born 1901 married 1925 in Birmingham, James Perry and died 1973
Charles Dundas was disinherited by his family, the reason for which, I have not yet been able to discover.

Charles Leslie Dundas
Son of: George Charles Dundas
and: Constance Stevenson
born: Monday 1 November 1847
died: Thursday 17 March 1932 in Surrey, England
Occupation: Vicar of St. Mary's, Charlton Kings, 1875-1883, Dean of Hobart, Australia and administrator of the diocese of Tamania, 1885-1895, Vicar of Charminster, Dorset, Canon of Sarum, Salisbury, 1900-1929, Canon Residentiary of Salisbury, 1914-1928, Archdeacon of  Dorset, 1902-1927.
charles
  marriage
  1st x Sept 1869 Helen Jane Cobb
  the following child was born of this union:
1. Excel Constance Dundas born Thursday 20 October 1870 
  marriage
  2ndly x 1874, Fanny Maria Dundas
  the following children were born of this union:
1. Herbert Cunningham Dundas born Saturday 24 April 1875 
2. Charles Percival During Dundas born Friday 25 May 1877
3. Alan Charlesworth Dundas born Monday 10 May 1880 
4. Frances Leslie Dundas born Friday 18 August 1882 
5. Henry Raymond Dundas born Friday 18 August 1882 
6. Sidney Beresford Dundas born 1885 
   
The following is a transcript of a speech made in Hobart, Australia on the 25th Feb. 1894; 
"To the Very Reverend Charles Leslie Dundas, Dean of Hobart, 
"Sir, We the undersigned members of the Parish Council, on behalf of the congregation of St. David's Cathedral, Hobart, on the eve of your departure for England, desire to express our warm appreciation of your earnest and faithful discharge of the high and holy duties of your sacred office as Dean of Hobart and Incumbent of the Cathedral Parish of the Diocese. We also wish to record our deep and grateful sense of your great liberality and your generous and unselfish efforts to promote and improve the financial position of the Cathedral parish and fully recognise the value of your warm sympathy with all who suffer from sickness or adversity. Rest assured that we deeply sympathise with you in your separation from your dear wife and family and in the anxiety from which you have been suffering for some time past. We sincerely regret the cause of your leaving our shores, even though your absence may be but for a short period and we earnestly hope you will return to Hobart at the expiration of your leave of absence, accompanied by Mrs. Dundas and your children, with renewed health to again take up and continue with brighter prospects the good work which you have for some years been carrying on in our midst. Trusting that you will have a pleasant and prosperous voyage to England and a happy reunion with your wife and family" 
At first, it was apparently Charles Leslie Dundas' intention to return to Hobart, however on Sept.27th 1895, the Bishop received a letter from Charles Dundas tendering his resignation from the Deanery as he had accepted the Vicarage of Charminster in Dorset. Charles Dundas remained as Vicar of Charminster for 19 years, being appointed Archdeacon of Dorset in 1902. In 1914 he became Canon Residentiary of Salisbury Cathedral, which position he held until his retirement in 1928. On his retirement, he received the honour and title of Canon Emeritus of Salisbury Cathedral. He spent his remaining years in Weybridge, Surrey, where he died aged 84 in 1932.
Charles Dundas purchased 100 acres of land in Hobart on the 23/7/1886

Charles Percival During Dundas
Son of: Charles Leslie Dundas
and: Fanny Maria Dundas

born: Friday 25 May 1877
died: Friday 24 September 1943 in Dorset
Occupation: Army Officer
  marriage
  x 28th August 1906 in Victoria, British Columbia Helen Nuttall
  the following children were born of this union:
1. Laurence Charles Percival Dundas born Saturday 5 September 1908 
2. William Leslie Nuttall Dundas born Friday 6 June 1913 
3. Marie Helen Dundas

Clara Eliza Hardy

Daughter of: Thomas Laurence Dundas
and: Elizabeth Stewart Currie
born: Saturday 26 April 1890 in Leith, Scotland
died: Sunday 3 January 1965
clara
  marriage
  x Friedrich Robert Forster  
1. Fay Forster born 1915
2. Elizabeth Forster born 1919 
3.
    1. Lance Forster born 1925