Emma Juliane Regina was born in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, on 9 May 1880 to Christoph Warneke and Johanne “Maria” Dorothea Kiemann. At various times she lived at:
Emma Juliane Regina was 70 when she died in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, on 30 Nov 1950. Occupation: Domestic Duties (1903).
The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Queensland) Saturday 17 February 1951:
“LEGAL NOTICES. Emma Juliane Regina Martin (usually known as Emma Julia Regini Martin), late of Epala Street, Belmont, Brisbane. Widow, who died on the Thirtieth day of November. 1950 at Brisbane.”
On 5 Sep 1918 when Emma Juliane Regina was 38, she married Andrew George MARTIN in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Born in London, England, on 26 Aug 1872. Resided in Frances Street, Cooparoo, Queensland, Australia, in 1914; he was 41. Resided in Meadowlands Road, Belmont, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, in 1918; he was 45. Occupation: Farmer (1918). Religion: Church of England.
On Dec 10 1914 Andrew George Martin enlisted in the Australian Imperial Forces at Warwick, Queensland Australia. A hawker, born in London and married to Emma Warneke, he was living in Frances Street, Cooparoo at the time of enlistment. He was 44 and 4 months of age, stood 5’ 5¾” tall, weighed 144 pound, was of fresh complexion, had grey eyes and “frizzed” hair. Private martin (Service number 513) embarked overseas on 25 Jan 1915. On 20 May he was amitted to hospital and later granted leave to Australia where he was discharged as unfit for further service.
Two years later, on 11 November 1918 he again enlisted in the A.I.F. this time joining the Australian Naval and Military Expiditionary Forces (Kabaul). Within a week (18 Dec) he had embarked for Rabaul on the “S.S. Melusia” and then on to Kokopo (MC) to serve with the Dept. of Survey and Roads. Again, as with his first term of duty, he was not overseas for long, returning to Australia in September 1919 for furlough and then discharge.