Stuart married (Marie) Therese Hannon on 6 September 1969 at St. Columba's Church, Wilston, Brisbane, Qld, Australia.
Primary School: Algernon Road School, Hendon, London NW4 1946 - 1953.
Secondary School: Christ's College Finchley, London N3 1953 - 1958.
Tertiary Education: Polytechnic, Regents Street, London, studying Quantity Surveying 1958 - 1960. Northern Polytechnic, London 1960 - 1961. College of Estate Management (London) 1961 - 1962.
He migrated to Australia on the ship Flavia in February - March 1967 arriving in Sydney, going to Brisbane by train. He married Therese Hannon in September 1969 and they currently have 3 children and 3 grandchildren. Stuart is now retired after a full working life as a quantity surveyor.
Harris Rourke and Simpson, Soho Square, London 1958 - 1963.
Davis Belfield and Everest, Ashley Place, Victoria, London 1963 - 1967.
Kerr and Rainey, Brisbane 1967 - 1973.
Cameron and Middleton, Brisbane, Qld 1973 - 1977.
Davis Belfield and Everest, Golden Square, London (for 4 months) 1977.
Butler Wright and Partners, Brisbane, Qld 1978 - 1986.
B. S. Beavis Quantity Surveyor, Brisbane, Qld 1986 - 1987.
Cameron and Middleton (becoming Currie and Brown) 1988 - 1992.
B. S. Beavis Quantity Surveyor, Brisbane, Qld 1992 - 2001.
Cost Management, Brisbane 2001 - 2007.
Rider Hunt and Partners, Brisbane 2007 - 2010.
Turner & Townsend, Brisbane 2010 - 2015.
Retired 2015 - present.
Professional Associations: Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors: 1958 - 1967. Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors: 1969 - present.
Religious affiliations and associations: England: Baptised in Church of England, Speke, Liverpool, 1944. Hendon (London) Methodist Sunday School 1950 - 1953. Boys Brigade: West Hendon (London) Baptist Church 1953 - 1960. Hendon Methodist Church (including Youth Group) 1958 - 1960.
Australia: New Farm Methodist Church (Brisbane, Qld.) 1967 - 1971. Kennedy Terrace (Paddington, Brisbane, Qld.) Methodist (becoming Uniting) Church 1971 - 1983. Bardon (Brisbane, Qld.) Catholic Church (becoming part of Jubilee Parish) 1983 - present. Knights of the Southern Cross (Catholic Men's Order) 1989 - present.
Drama: Old Finchleians Dramatic Society (Finchley, London) 1962 - 1966. Brisbane Arts Theatre (Petrie Terrace, Brisbane, Qld.) 1967 - 2015. Villanova Players (Seven Hills, Brisbane, Qld.) 2015 - present. Iona Passion Play (Wynnum, Brisbane) 2008, 2018. Guest appearances in other theatrical productions (Brisbane).
Athletics: The Gap (Brisbane, Qld.) Little Athletics - Official and Coach 1986 - 1996. Ashgrove Rangers Athletic Club, Ashgrove, Brisbane, Qld. - Committee member) 1994-1998. Queensland Racewalking Club - Committee member, Official and Coach 1990 - 1996.
England & Wales Births, GRO Indexes, 1911 - 1954 (59,734,613 records) This collection is an index of civil birth registrations for England and Wales between 1911 and 1954, reported quarterly to the General Register Office (GRO) in London. England & Wales Births, GRO Indexes, 1911 - 1954 Birth date: Apr-May-June 1942 Birth place: Hendon, Middlesex, England Mother's maiden name: Nicholls
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