|13 September 1860 at Ketton, Rutland, England.|
|24 October 1945 at 8 Helen St, Lane Cove, NSW, of Gastroenteritis 1 day, Senility 2 years.|
|25 October 1945 at Gore Hill Cemetery, NSW.|
|John Leche Kraushaar (1819-1899)|
|Frances Jane Thurtell-Murray (1822-1902)|
|Rosa Ellen Downton (1864-1917) on 14 August 1884 at RG’s Office, Elizabeth St., Sydney, NSW. Consent of Rosa’s Guardian was given.|
|Conrad Crawshaw (1885-1966)|
|Mignonette Kraushaar (1886-1969)|
|Percy Thorne Crawshaw (1889-1978)|
|Carey Crawshaw (1891-1980)|
|Beatrice Mary Kraushaar (1895-1963)|
|Eva Lucy Kraushaar (1897-1977)|
|Winifred Rose Kraushaar (1900-1942)|
|Jessie Gwendoline Kraushaar (1902-1968)|
|Alfred B. Kraushaar (1904-1906)|
|Hazel May Kraushaar (1907-1976)|
Grandfather K bought a goat because (I was told) his daughter Hazel had asthma and Jessie had eczema, and were allergic to cow’s milk. Then he started to breeding goats at his property
There is evidence to support RHC's information that the family confectionery business was acquired from Scheerers. Scheerers offer cheap confectionery at 592 George St Sydney in 1891, but by the 1894 edition of Sands Directory, A Kraushaar is a confectioner at 594 George St. The photo suggests that 592 and 594 are essentially the same address, with 592 providing access to the upstairs luncheon rooms. (SMH of 27 Oct 1906 confirms Kraushaar phone no was Central 4737.) In 1895 AK was advertising himself as a wholesale confectioner with an address in Newtown.
Alfred, Rosa & family, c1908.
Daily Telegraph, 1902.