NameLillian Emily (Lil) DEASON , 5G Granddaughter, F
Birth1884, Dunolly, Victoria, Australia, (16358)
Death1973, Nunawading, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, (12576)
FatherThomas DEASON , M (1859-1928)
MotherEsther Eddy POLLARD , F (1856-1910)
Spouses
Birth1888, Creswick, Victoria, Australia, (2258)
Death1954, Nunawading, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, (5041)
FatherWilliam John TREEBY , M (1833-1914)
MotherAmelia PREEDY , F (1852-1921)
Marriage1908, Victoria, Australia, (7171 & 7171R)
ChildrenEsther Amelia , F (1910-)
 George Herbert , M (1913-)
 William Trevor (William John) (Bill) , M (1915-~1993)
 Frederick James , M (1917-~1980)
 Jean , F
 Betty , F
Notes for Lillian Emily (Lil) DEASON
Lillian (Lil) was born in 1884 in central Victorian gold-mining town of Dunolly. By 1886 the family had moved to the Walhalla, another gold-mining town in eastern Victoria. In 1903 the family moved to Creswick.

In 1908 Lillian married George Treeby.

The 1909 Commonwealth Electoral Roll noted George’s occupation as: miner; Lilian’s [sic] as: home duties and their residence: Ullina. Note: Ullina is a small locality about 10 klms east of Clunes.

By 1914 they had moved to nearby Newbridge. The 1909 Commonwealth Electoral Roll noted George’s occupation as: miner; Lillian’s as: home duties and their residence: Newbridge. And, by 1919 they had move to nearby Llanelly. The 1919 Commonwealth Electoral Roll noted George’s occupation as: miner; Lillian’s as: home duties and their residence: Llanelly.

By 1930 the family had taken up farming in Finley, New South Wales. The 1930 & 1936 Commonwealth Electoral Rolls noted George’s occupation as: farmer; Lillian’s as: home duties and their residence: Finley,. They were still in Finley in 1943. The 1943 Commonwealth Electoral Roll noted George’s occupation as: farmer; Lillian’s as: home duties and their residence: Tongaboo, Finley.

By 1949 they had moved close to Melbourne. The 1949 Commonwealth Electoral Roll noted George’s occupation as: grazier; Lillian’s as: home duties and their residence: Sydenham.

By 1950 they had retired and moved to suburban Melbourne. An amendment to the electoral roll dated 25 May 1950 notes George’s occupation: retired; Lillian’s: home duties and their residence: 22 Pine St, Surrey Hills, Melbourne. By 1954 they had moved to nearby Nunawading. The 1949 Commonwealth Electoral Roll noted no occupation for George; Lillian’s as: home duties and their residence: 14 O’Shannessy St, Nunawading.

Acknowledgements:
• Rick Smith, Launceston Tasmania, Australia
• Joyce Tuohey, Quambatook, Victoria, Australia
• Richard (Dick) Deason, Moliagul, Victoria, Australia
• Billy Warburton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

References:
Births, baptisms, marriages, deaths & burials (Aust):
• Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (Vic), 2001, Historical Index (1855-1920), extract for Deason (ref - D_Doc_#106)
Family trees & history:
• Billy Warburton, 1969, Deason Family Tree (ref - D_Doc_#014 & 015)
• probably Venus Free (nee Deason), c1940, Deason Family Tree (ref - D_Doc_#016)
• Venus Free (nee Deason), c1940, Deason Family Tree (ref - D_Doc_#017)
• Rick Smith, 2005, Deason Family Tree (ref - D_Doc_#136)
• Rick Smith, 2011, Deason Family Tree (ref - D_Doc_#408)
Other information:
• Commonwealth Electoral Office, 1903, Electoral Roll for North Creswick (ref - D_Doc_#290)
• Commonwealth Electoral Office, 1909, Electoral Roll for Clunes, Vic, 1914 & 1919, Grampians, Vic, 1930, 1936 & 1943, Corowa, NSW, 1949, Grant, Vic, 1949 (amendment 1950), Grant, Vic, 1954, Mitcham, Vic (ref - D_Doc_#519)
Notes for George Herbert (Herbert) (Spouse 1)
Surname was given as TRESBY on 1908/7171. It was corrected on 1909/7171R.
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