Keith Cashman

Keith Cashman

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Mr Keith K. Cashman
Born 1940s.
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Entry by (Albert) Keith Cashman at 23/12/2018. Conceived at Oatlands Tasmania, born in Leichhardt, Sydney, Christened at St Peters Church Oatlands, lived from first memories at Oatlands, then Butlers Gorge (first school but town obliterated by greenies but dam is still there), then Whitemore (one room school, Mc Culloughs owned the shop/post office/ petrol pump opposite the school and ironically years later my mother married a brother of this family), then Sprent (with Nan and Pa Cordwell on a farm and went to school there, then to Burnie, Trugganini Street Montello (primary and secondary schooling). Ended up in RAAF Jan 1961at 16 1/2 years old (ID A 61317), lived in Wagga Wagga outskirts at airforce training base at Green Hills (I think it was called) Trained as a Transport Fitter/Mechanic apprentice), lived at Tottenham stores depot, Sale RAAF base and then township after marriage to Katherine Hermes, then Tindal RAAF base under construction at Katherine (My daughter Kara was conceived there), then Penrith with work at Villawood maintenance depot (Kara Leigh born at Penrith hospital), lived in RAAF housing at Warrick Farm then (first house purchased at Wrench Street, Cambridge Park (near the fence to the Munitions Factory) where I worked as a refrigeration mechanic after leaving the RAAF and after moving to Burnie Tasmania for a short stint where I tried to start a business and began drinking after work, this caused the first really first step of our marriage break up (My fault entirely). Kathy met a lover at the munitions factory where she also worked for the Army, and so began the saga of our marriage breakdown which dragged on for about 2 years. A terrible time of being deceived by someone you loved, but I probably deserved it after the Tasmania episode. Moved back to Tasmania after marriage split, and lived at mothers new husband Lloyd Mc Cullough's farm before moving to Launceston, boy boarding with us at Penrith because he was kicked out of home (Ronald Sant) at the time for 2 years, married Kathy and they proceeded to have 3 more children, all girls I believe. Moved back to Sydney by transferring from James Hardy factory in Launceston to one in Milperra (PVC pipe extrusion shift manager at both locations. Lived in my caravan at my aunty Maries house in St Johns Park, Sydney until I found a unit in Fairfield (Sydney). I had expected to spend time with my daughter from this move but I was confronted by Kathies mother, father, new (but probably going on for longer than I knew) partner Sant, and Kara. Told that school felt it better if I did not see Kara as it would interfere with her schooling (she was only about 11 at the time). I put the question to Kara but I am sure she was already primed to say that she agreed with them so I did not see her for about 18 years. She had requested the Salvation Army to find me and they traced me to Beach Road Bondi, Sydney where I was living with Helen Donald at the time in a horrible relationship (again). I moved to Haberfield, Sydney for a short while as I managed a Midas Muffler shop there. I moved to Gosford after obtaining a factory management position at Donald Clarks (since sold by James Hardie) at Hornsby. I moved from Gosford to Noraville, Toukley NSW after buying a house with Helen Donald still giving me hell. Once again lost the house (number 2) with break up that finally happened when I moved into my next wife-to-be's house at Gorokan after being introduced to Janice by my back neighbor at Noraville who new both of us and our pathetic circumstances. I purchased acreage at at Warnervale and lost it to Janices son Wayne after a lot of problems with him and a failing relationship with his mother. Divorced again and after renting for 2 years managed to purchase a home in my own name. Lived at this address at 5 Glading Close for 2 more years, paid the house off (I had run a successful consultancy business for 20 years.) I then met some one that I never thought I would ever do after what I had been through and she has turned out to be my Soul Mate, she manages to dismiss my bad points and smooth over any bullshit I put her way. Her name is Gina Vukelic and is of Hungarian and Croation parents and born in Appatin in Serbia. At the time of writing this I am 73 years old, have a good partner and everything I could ever want. I still suffer from bouts of real depression but I have to remind myself that I am really well off and need to just appreciate what I have in these late years of my life. Although alcohol has caused a lot of my miseries it has also been my escape route to my difficulties in life which have been many. I have never become an alcoholic as I am too stubborn to let anything rule over me so with my weaknesses I also have strength so I guess they balance one another out over time. My re-connection with my daughter did not work out very well. We had both grown up apart and the gap will never be mended which saddens me. My current will favours Gina even though we are not married but I think I have been fair in my allotments to Kara and my two grandsons in that they are relevant to weakness of our family connection.

Sister Ruth born 18/06/1948 born in Hobart Tas Aust.

Brother Terry born 19/11/1949 born in Ouse Tas Aust.

Sister Linda born 31/01/1952 born in Ouse Tas Aust.

Sister Ann born 04/06/1954 born in Burnie Tas Aust.

Brother Mark 09/09/1961 born in Burnie Tas Aust.

Half Sister Sallyann (Whitney Smith) born Dec 10 1967 in Burnie Tas Aust.

Half Brother David Joseph born Dec 7 1970 in Burnie Tas Aust.

Half Sister Patricia Ruth born Feb 8 1972 in Burnie Tas Aust.

Mother died 2015 in a Nursing Home in Deloraine Tas Aust at age 85 (correction - she was still alive when the ambulance arrived at the nursing home and she was transferred to the Launceston General Hospital in Tasmania Australia where she passed away.)

Father died April 9 2005 in Burnie Tas Aust at age 84.

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  • First-hand information. Entered by Albert Cashman at registration.

Biography entered 23/12/2018 by (Albert) AKA Keith

Photo sent to Keith of family up to Linda including birth dates of family members by Ruth.

Looking through the G2G page I noticed that there is a line of Cashman's from Germany formerly known as Kirschemann. Fran Cashman already alluded to this but gave no details so until now I was puzzled about the 2 different lineages.

Source of comment: Keith Cashman 28/02/2019.

When Cyclone Tracy hit Darwin at Christmas in 1974, 66 people died, 70 per cent of homes were destroyed and the city was denuded. But Territorians vowed to rebuild their homes and lives. Smith Street from Cashman's Newsagency © 1974 photograph: Baz Ledwidge; 2014 digital montage: 105.7 ABC Darwin/John Donegan

Baz Ledwidge's view of Smith Street on Christmas Day in 1974 emphasises the chaos wrought by Cyclone Tracy: cars parked innocently the night before are strewn with - and destroyed by - signage, roofing and fencing. The original photograph was taken outside Cashman's newsagency in Smith Street. While Smith Street has transformed from a main road into a pedestrian mall, Cashman's remains, although the business has moved a few doors along since the first photo was taken. See image uploaded.

Cashman Spelling Variations From - BookofNames.com

Spelling variations of this family name include: Kissane, O'Kissane, Cashman, Guissane and others.

Origins of the Cashman name: the name has been depicted as being variants of many different surnames from several different countries including Germany (thought to be the root of the Cashman Clan) Poland and Ireland.

Irish - Cashman Name Meaning. English: variant of Case. Irish: Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Ciosáin, which Woulfe describes as a variant of Ó Casáin, with the same meaning as Ó Caisín (see Cashion).

German - Americanized spelling of German Kirchmann (see Kirchman).

Similar surnames: Ashman, Hashman, Cashion, Cashon, Cushman, Cashen, Cashin, Coachman

Source: Google - Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press

Cashman Life Expectancy What is the average Cashman lifespan? Between 1944 and 2004, in the United States, Cashman life expectancy was at its lowest point in 1944, and highest in 1998. The average life expectancy for Cashman in 1944 was 24, and 74 in 2004.

View Social Security Death Index (SSDI) for Cashman

Cashman General Population AGE OF DEATH YEAR 1944 - 25 Average to 30 Actual YEAR 1998 - 75 Average to 80 Actual YEAR 2004 - 75 Average and Actual same

An unusually short lifespan might indicate that your Cashman ancestors lived in harsh conditions. A short lifespan might also indicate health problems that were once prevalent in your family. The SSDI is a searchable database of more than 70 million names. You can find birthdates, death dates, addresses and more.

You can see how Cashman families moved over time by selecting different census years. The Cashman family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. The most Cashman families were found in the USA in 1880. In 1891 there were 143 Cashman families living in London. This was about 44% of all the recorded Cashman's in the UK. London had the highest population of Cashman families in 1891. Use census records and voter lists to see where families with the Cashman surname lived. Within census records, you can often find information like name of household members, ages, birthplaces, residences, and occupations.

Cashman Family Occupations

In 1881, Labourer, Cork Cutter and House Painter were the top 3 reported jobs worked by Cashman. A less common occupation for the Cashman family was Laborer. The most common Cashman occupation in the UK was Labourer. 7% of Cashman's were Labourers.

View Census data for Cashman | Data not to scale

UNITED STATES CANADA ENGLAND Labourer7% Cork Cutter4% House Painter4% Laborer4% Census records can tell you a lot of little known facts about your Cashman ancestors, such as occupation. Occupation can tell you about your ancestor's social and economic status.

Ancestry - Cashman Family History.

Early Origins of the Cashman family

The surname Cashman was first found in Counties Kerry and Cork (Irish: Corcaigh) the ancient Kingdom of Deis Muin (Desmond), located on the southwest coast of Ireland in the province of Munster.

Source: HouseofNames.com

Last name: Cashman SDB Popularity ranking: 1344

This extraordinary surname recorded as Casman, Casmon, and possibly Cashen, is Irish, and specifically from Counties Waterford and Cork. Its derivation is from the pre 10th century Gaelic O'Ciosain, a Kerry surname more normally recorded as Kissane or Cussane. Although the precise translation is uncertain, the first nameholder, the chief of the tribe, was probably the head tax collector for the area, the basic word "cios" means a tax or tribute, either that or the tribe lived by their own rules and "extracted" tributes from all who ventured onto their lands! The spelling as Cashman is an anglicisation from the 16th century, and it does suggest that the nameholders were aware of the original meaning of their name.Unfortunately the majority of the early Irish registers were destroyed by the IRA in 1922 during the Irish Civil War. Surviving recordings include examples such as John Shey Cashman, who married Nora McKinley at Cork on June 26th 1843, and Mary Cashman, a girl of fifteen, who left Cork on May 21st 1846, on the ship "Liberty", bound for New York. This was in the first year of the infamous Potato Famine, 1846 - 1851. The first surviving recording in Ireland may be that of William Cashman, a witness at St Nicholas church, Waterford, on June 20th 1814.

Source SurnameDB - The internet Surname Database.

Phonetically Similar Names Similar: Surnames listed in the "Similar Surnames" section are phonetically similar and may not have any relation to Cashman

Surname Similarity Incidence Prevalency

Caschman 93 1 Poland/ Chashman 93 8 Israel/ Casman 92 1,000 Indonesia/ Qashman 86 29 Yemen/ Sashman 86 0 - Casmann 86 0 - Ceasman 86 0 - Jashman 86 3 Iran/ Cahsman 86 2 United States/Ireland Caszman 86 1 Australia/ Cachman 86 13 Israel/ Ciasman 86 2 Indonesia/ Caisman 86 22 United States/ Causman 86 18 United States/Australia Catsman 86 164 Netherlands/ Kashman 86 245 United States/Israel Coshman 86 10 United States/Moldova Cassman 86 439 United States/Sweden Casmand 86 0 - Cashmon 86 45 United States/ Chasman 86 176 United States/Argentina Ceassman 80 1 Jamaica/ Caesmann 80 2 Germany/ Caasmann 80 10 Germany/ Coschman 80 6 Brazil/ Caussman 80 0 - Kaschman 80 0 - Casmahan 80 0 - Seashman 80 0 - Causmann 80 2 Brazil/ Cauchman 80 0 - Cuishman 80 0 - Cooshman 80 1 United States/ Cashmond 80 1 United States/ Kaushman 80 2 United States/ Catchman 80 57 United States/South Africa Cassmann 80 38 United States/ Coushman 80 34 United States/ Khashman 80 5,684 Jordan/ Chassman 80 105 United States/ Cheasman 80 78 England/ Cazman 77 2 United States/Poland Qasman 77 5 Yemen/ Cacman 77 13 Poland/ Casmon 77 47 Botswana/ Zasman 77 42 South Africa/Luxembourg Cosman 77 3,993 United States/Moldova Kasman 77 5,904 Indonesia/New Caledonia Jasman 77 3,352 Indonesia/Singapore Sasman 77 1,081 South Africa/ Casmachin 75 2 Columbia/ Kaschmann 75 71 Germany/Austria Cosmain 71 1 England/ Casmong 71 1 Philippines/ Qasmant 71 1 Pakistan/ Qashmam 71 1 Palestine/ Zashmam 71 1 Iran/ Jasmant 71 1 Pakistan/ Kashmon 71 2 Israel/ Gkasman 71 2 Greece/ Sasmann 71 2 Switzerland/ Kaszman 71 10 Hungary/ Jasmand 71 14 Germany/ Qeshman 71 56 Iran/ Causmam 71 1 Brazil/ Casmont 71 1 Brazil/ Cosmamn 71 2 Brazil/ Casmond 71 0 - Ceisman 71 0 - Cashmom 71 0 - Soshman 71 0 - Keasman 71 0 - Cousman 71 2 Germany/ Jaasman 71 1 United States/ Joshman 71 2 Israel/ Chasmon 71 1 United States/ Kazsman 71 1 United States/ Kaysman 71 3 Ukraine/ Kaasman 71 17 Finland/ Kasmane 71 10 Indonesia/Latvia Quasman 71 21 United States/ Zaysman 71 7 Russia/ Jasmain 71 89 Haiti/ Cochman 71 14 United States/Israel Kaesman 71 10 United States/ Kaisman 71 39 Papua New Guinea/ Jausman 71 45 Nigeria/Indonesia Zassman 71 22 United States/Canada Jaisman 71 25 Indonesia/ Cotsman 71 43 United States/Canada Khasman 71 29 Russia/Singapore Zeasman 71 38 United States/ Keshman 71 35 Ukraine/ Kashmanova 71 51 Russia/ Zatsman 71 66 Russia/ Jasmane 71 19 Latvia/ Seasman 71 120 England/ Jassman 71 140 Canadian/ Kausman 71 144 United States/Israel Coysman 71 178 Belgium/ Kasmann 71 112 United States/Estonia Cuisman 71 347 Columbia/ Djasman 71 192 Indonesia/Suriname Coisman 71 273 United States/Germany Sausman 71 369 United States/Serbia Cosmann 71 315 Brazil/ Jochman 71 617 United States/Czech Republic Zachman 71 1,767 United States/United States Virgin Islands Sassman 71 1,318 United States/South Africa Koshman 71 6,930 Ukraine/ Kassman 71 871 United States/Papua New Guinea Jachman 71 103 Poland/ Scosman 71 0 - Cossman 71 527 United States/United States Virgin Islands Coychman 67 1 England/ Chausmon 67 1 France/ Jooshman 67 1 Iran/ Jeasmane 67 1 DR Congo/ Kaszmann 67 2 Hungary/ Khasmane 67 5 Morocco/Lesotho Cajcmann 67 7 Austria/ Sausmann 67 9 Germany/Switzerland Kahsmann 67 10 Germany/ Zaismann 67 16 Austria/ Jaszmann 67 29 Netherlands/ Koishman 67 41 Israel/ Zausmann 67 1 Brazil/ Zeachman 67 0 - Sohsmann 67 0 - Choisman 67 0 - Cootsman 67 0 - Coochman 67 0 - Kassmain 67 0 - Cheisman 67 0 - Zachmamn 67 1 United States/ Cohsmann 67 18 Germany/ Saussman 67 1 United States/ Kaesmaan 67 1 Thailand/ Keschman 67 5 United States/ Jasmaine 67 6 United States/South Africa Khausman 67 4 Russia/Ukraine Coismain 67 18 United States/ Ceissman 67 8 Australia/ Khaisman 67 20 Indonesia/ Kaasmann 67 41 Germany/ Kaussman 67 32 United States/Canada Kausmann 67 244 Germany/ Koyshman 67 34 United States/Moldova Zeichman 67 31 United States/ Koschman 67 42 United States/Canada Khaysman 67 31 Ukraine/ Kheshman 67 6 Jordan/ Khoshman 67 789 Iran/ Kaesmann 67 64 United States/Germany Kassmann 67 138 United States/Estonia Cossmann 67 259 Germany/ Sassmann 67 784 Austria/ Couchman 67 4,718 United States/Guyana

Descriptive Writing introductory reference From Old German gast-mund, a powerful man (gast, potens); or from geis-mund, a strong man (gesus, vir fortis). compare the old German names Adalgis, Gisericus, Vitigis, Wetgisus, &c. It may also be from some Scotch name commencing with Mac. If the name be of German origin, we may have from it Cheeseman and Casement. But see Cheeseman.

— Ludus Patronymicus (1868) by Richard Stephen Charnock This surname is derived from an official title. 'a catchpoll' (v. Catcher); Old French cachier, to pursue.

Roger Cashman, 1562: Reg. Broad Chalke, Wiltshire.

1783. Married — Mathew Casman and Catherine Dunavan: St. George, Hanover Square.

— A Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames, written: 1872-1896 by Charles Wareing Endell Bardsley 1 = Cash (q.v.) + English man.

2 Cashier [English cash, ‘originally a till or box to keep money in’; Old French casse, a case; Latin capsa, a box + English man]

— Surnames of the United Kingdom (1912) by Henry Harrison (Irish, English) Grandson of Casan (little, curly-haired one); an officer whose duty was to make arrests.

— Dictionary of American Family Names (1956) by Elsdon Coles Smith


Source of all of the above: Forebears.io/surenames/cashman#meaning.


Australia Electrol Rolls, 1903-1980: Residence, 1967 Gippsland Victoria Australia, 1968, Elsie, Northern Territory Australia, 1977 Macquarie New South Wales Australia, 1977 Chifley New South Wales, Australia,

Source: Ancestry


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On 16 Sep 2019 at 00:18 GMT Pip Sheppard wrote:

Keith, the Appreciation Team thanks for you for efforts toward making our Shared Tree the best it can be with your 1000 contributions during August 2019. You are an important part of what we are all about!

Also, I have to admit, that is one of the most honest biographies I've read. I admire your courage.

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On 20 Feb 2019 at 20:41 GMT Keith Cashman wrote:

Photo's now aligned correctly by deleting and re-installing.

On 1 Dec 2018 at 20:43 GMT Keith Cashman wrote:

My photos are all over the place, upside down etc. How can I turn them around.

Thank you if you can help.

On 19 Aug 2016 at 22:22 GMT Norman Dodge wrote:

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On 19 Aug 2016 at 22:01 GMT Bryan McCullagh wrote:

Hello, Albert -

Welcome to WikiTree! The initial email from us has helpful links that will get you started on WikiTree, which is not like any genealogy site you've ever used.

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