Eden Park, Robertson, NSW (Location)

?, ID3362
Last Edited10 Feb 2021
(Property) Occupationfr 1925 - 1966Archibald David (Arch) Graham; Farmer & Grazier; Various properties:>
                - Jan 1935     'Hopefield' father's ???? acre wheat and sheep property.
     Jan 1935 - Dec 1949     'Dewrang' 1,182 acre wheat and sheep property owned by father and worked by ADG on a profit share basis; ownership transferred to ADG ca 1945.
     Jan 1950 - Apr 1954     'Bellevue' 2,517 acre sheep and cattle property.
     Apr 1954 - Dec 1966     'Eden Park' 770 acre mixed vegetables (potatoes, peas etc.) and sheep property. 
NoteBelmore Falls Road, Robertson, NSW; >
770 acre mixed vegetables (potatoes, peas, etc) and sheep property located on the Belmore Falls Road/Yeola Road about 6km S of Robertson.1 
(Residence) AddressOldfr Apr 1954 - Feb 1958Archibald David (Arch) Graham, Margaret Grace Graham; 'Eden Park', Belmore Falls Road, Robertson, NSW; >
     Parents and 6 children.
     MGG away nursing training or working at various times.2 
(Residence) AddressOldfr Feb 1958 - Sep 1966Archibald David (Arch) Graham, Margaret Grace Graham; 'Eden Park', Belmore Falls Road, Robertson, NSW; >
     Parents and <=5 children.
     MGW away nursing training or working at various times.
     Property sold because of financial difficulties.3 

Citations

  1. Graham, Archibald D, Oral, hereafter called Graham AD, Oral. Dec 1991: Memo.
  2. Graham, Lindsay D, Personal knowledge; hereafter called Graham LD, Personal knowledge: unknown cd.
  3. Graham AD, Oral. Dec 1991: Date2.

All Saints Anglican Church, Tumut, NSW (Church)

?, ID3363
Last Edited18 Apr 2020
(Church) Marriage29 Oct 1902Arthur Ernest Neville Stacy, Emily Florence (Flo) Harris; All Saints Church, Tumut, NSW1,2 

Citations

  1. Family history chart, Harris family, compiled by John Michael Cottee, Canberra, March 1980 "from available information"; hereafter called FH chart, Harris-JMC; copy in Researcher's Family History records: DOM, POM.
  2. Jean Caswell Benson, A Wide Spectrum: A picture of the times from 1828 to 1937 as seen by my forebears -- the Stacy, the Caswell, the Shelley and the Harris families (published by Wilkie Watson Publications Pty Limited, Tumut, NSW, 1987); hereafter called Benson, Wide Spectrum; copy in Researcher's Library. Page 136 -- DOM, POM.

All Saints Anglican Church, Parramatta, NSW (Church)

?, ID3364
Last Edited18 Aug 2020
(Church) Marriage28 Jan 1868Julius Shelley, Emily Mary Betts; All Saints Anglican Church, Parramatta, NSW1 
(Residence) AddressOldfr 1941 - 1956Rev. Edward (Pat) Walker, Nettie Huntingdon Walker; Rectory, All Saints' Church, Parramatta, NSW; S Based on [Anglican 11.1.57].
Date1 before Easter.2 
(Church) Marriage23 Aug 1941Stanley Murdoch (Stan) Mackay, Gertrude Sarah (Gert or Gertie or Gray) Graham; All Saints Anglican Church, Parramatta, NSW; >
+Officiating Minister: Edward Walker.
+Witnesses: D. Graham [assumed to be the bride's father, David Graham], R. Robertson.
+Bridesmaid: Doris Graham (later Lane).3,4 
(Church) Marriage6 Apr 1976Lyndon Charles (Lyn) Noakes OBE, Margaret Grace Graham; All Saints Anglican Church, Parramatta, NSW; >
LCN's second marriage; MGW's second marriage. 

Citations

  1. Michael Roy Barnett (Based on research papers by Alan Francis Benson), The Shelley Brothers Ventures from Tumut to the Murray 1836 to 1852 (Published by the Author, Wahroonga, NSW in 2001); hereafter called Barnett, Shelley Brothers Ventures; copy in Researcher's Library: Page 31: DOM, POM All Saints, Parramatta.
  2. Walker, David W [0151], Notes (date unknown, but probably soon after May 1992) on and about LDG's family history notes given to DWW in May 1992, and passed on by DWW to Pat Davidson, hereafter called Walker DW, Notes; copy in Researcher's family history papers, ID0088. Memo3.
  3. Marriage Certificate: Mackay, Stanley M & Graham, Gertie S, Registration No. 1941/020987, Registered 19 Sep 1941, Copy issued 26 Jun 2007 by NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, hereafter called Marriage Certificate MaSM+GrGS: DOM, POM, Memo1, Memo2.
  4. Sutherland area newspaper, Title unknown (Publisher unknown, Address unknown), Hereafter called Sutherland newspaper, Aug 1991: DOM 23 Apr 1941 [Apr is obviously a misprint], POM, Memo3.

Grenfell, NSW (Location)

?, ID3365
Last Edited18 Aug 2020
Note     The first permanent settler in the Grenfell area was John B. Wood, who squatted on 'Brundah' run (about 25 km SE of present-day Grenfell) in 1833, and there was gradual settlement of the surrounding areas over the next 30 years. Brundah was surveyed by Assistant Surveyor Larmer in 1847-9, and it was he who named the Weddin Mountains. Following the discovery of gold at Lambing Flat (Young) in 1860 and Forbes in 1861, the Weddin Mountains became a favoured hiding place for bushrangers, driven there from the more settled areas by police troopers. Ben Hall was probably the best known of these, although he was active only from 1862 until his death in May 1865.
     Baillière's 'New South Wales Gazetteer and Road Guide', compiled in 1866, said (at pp. 594-5) that 'At the base of [the Weddin] mountains, about 24 miles [39 km] from Young and 16 miles [26 km] from Bogolong, there is a steam mill, a police station and a small store.' Assuming this description was written prior to the start of the gold rush late in 1866, it appears there was some sort of settlement to service properties in the district.
     Wood's shepherd Cornelius O'Brien discovered gold on Wood's pastoral lease in July 1866, and the resultant gold rush led to the rapid rise of a major mining settlement. The gold rush brought the population on which future rural expansion would be based.
     O'Brien's find was approximately 400 yards (365 metres) south of where Grenfell Hospital now stands. He registered his claim at Young and returned to peg it out on 1 Oct 1866. News of the discovery travelled fast and within a few weeks, miners from Forbes, Young and other nearby diggings were flocking to what was initially called the Weddin Mountain diggings. This name quickly gave way to Emu Creek and almost as soon to Grenfell (named after John Granville Grenfell, former Gold Commissioner and later Commissioner for Crown Lands in the Warrego District -- he lost his life at the hands of bushrangers when travelling from Bourke to Dubbo in early Dec 1866, when the Emu Creek rush was at its height).
     By Jan 1867, some 5,000 people had established a township. They included Niels Larsen (changed to Peter Lawson in 1867) and his wife Louisa Albury, whose son Henry Lawson (later to bcome one of the best-known Australian poets and fiction writers of the colonial period) was born on the goldfields on 17 June 1867.
     William and Sarah Graham (with 6 or 7 children) arrived at the Grenfell diggings in Dec 1866 or Jan 1867.
     Although there were some alluvial deposits in the Grenfell area, more production was obtained from reef mining. The deepest shaft went to a depth of 750 feet (230 metres). In 1870-71, Grenfell produced more gold that any other town in NSW.
     The reefs and mining settlements established included One Mile (which appears to have been the most productive), Two Mile, Quondong, Five Mile and Seven Mile (Weddin). The local paper 'The Mining Record' (later 'The Grenfell Record') reported on 3 Aug 1867 that therbecome e were 5-600 miners at Seven Mile, with a total population not less than 800.
     The gold rush collapsed rapidly as production, which had peaked at 45,313 oz. in 1868, declined to less than 2,000 oz. in 1874 and less than 400 oz. in 1883. Grenfell then turned its back on mining and became the service centre for the rich agricultural and pastoral lands in which it found itself.1,2 
(Location) AddressOldat Nov 1866William Graham, Sarah Carnwath; Grenfell, NSW; >
Parents and 6 children.
The family moved from Young to Grenfell some time between 13 Nov 1866 (when son James was born in Young) and 29 Jan 1867 (when daughter Sarah died in Grenfell).3,4 

Citations

  1. Gilbert J. Butland, Letters from Grenfell: From a New South Wales Goldminer in the 1870s (Published by Sydney University Press, Sydney, 1971); hereafter called Butland, Letters from Grenfell; copy in Researcher's Library: Page 4-14 -- Memos (excluding the Henry Lawson reference).
  2. Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, URL http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/; hereafter called Wikipedia. Henry Lawson, Early life, sighted 17 Jun 2018 -- HL reference in para 5.
  3. Birth Transcription: Graham, James [0048], transcribed in 1992 or 1993 by Lindsay D. Graham from NSW Registry of Births Deaths & Marriages, Registration No. 1866/6398, hereafter called Birth Transcription GrJam; transcription in Researcher's family history papers, ID0048. DOB, POB for James in Memo2.
  4. Death Certificate: Graham, Sarah, Issued by NSW Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, Registration No. 1867/004268, Registered 1 Feb 1867, Copy issued 13 Sep 2007, hereafter called Death Certificate GrSarah; copy in Researcher's family history papers, ID0055. DOD, POD for Sarah in Memo2.

St Kilda Cemetery, VIC (Cemetery)

?, ID3366
Last Edited14 Mar 2019
(Cemetery) Burial28 Feb 1860Horace Batten; St Kilda Cemetery, Dandenong Road, St Kilda East, VIC1 
(Cemetery) Burial10 Sep 1861Eugenie Batten; Church of England, Compartment B, Grave 425, St Kilda Cemetery, Dandenong Road, St Kilda East, VIC2 
(Cemetery) Burial20 Sep 1861Gertrude Batten; Church of England, Compartment B, Grave 425, St Kilda Cemetery, Dandenong Road, St Kilda East, VIC2 
(Cemetery) Burial23 Jan 1865Rose Dalrymple Batten; Church of England, Compartment B, Grave 425, St Kilda Cemetery, Dandenong Road, St Kilda East, VIC2 
(Cemetery) Burial30 Dec 1867George Smythe Batten; Church of England, Compartment B, Grave 425, St Kilda Cemetery, Dandenong Road, St Kilda East, VIC2 
(Cemetery) Burial12 Jul 1896Roy John Francis Batten; Church of England, Compartment D, Grave 738, St Kilda Cemetery, Dandenong Road, St Kilda East, VIC3 
(Cemetery) Burial29 Jul 1911Florence Isabel Northcote Maggs; Church of England, Compartment D, Grave 738, St Kilda Cemetery, Dandenong Road, St Kilda East, VIC4 
(Cemetery) Burial12 Jul 1919John Batten; Church of England, Compartment B, Grave 0445, St Kilda Cemetery, Dandenong Road, St Kilda East, VIC; >
Death Certificate data:
+When and Where buried, Undertaker: 12 Jul 1919, St Kilda Cemetery, Arthur Josiah Holdsworth.
+Name and Religion of Minister: Rev. A. C. Kellaway, Church of England.
     Headstone transcription says 'Colonist 83 years', but actually in Australia for 60 years as per death certificate and travel records above.5,6,2 
(Cemetery) Burial27 Oct 1930Isabella Batten; Church of England, Compartment B, Grave 0445, St Kilda Cemetery, Dandenong Road, St Kilda East, VIC2 
(Cemetery) Burial31 Dec 1938Henry Francis Batten; Church of England, Compartment D, Grave 738, St Kilda Cemetery, Dandenong Road, St Kilda East, VIC; >
Extract from Death Notice in The Argus (Melbourne), 3 Jan 1939, p6:
     Privately interred St. Kilda Cemetery, 31 Dec.7,4

Citations

  1. St Kilda Cemetery, Southern Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust at https://stk.smct.org.au/deceasedsearch/; hereafter called St Kilda Cemetery web site: Site viewed 14 Mar 2019 -- DOBurial, cemetery.
  2. St Kilda Cemetery web site: Site viewed 14 Mar 2019 -- DOBurial, grave location.
  3. St Kilda Cemetery web site: Site accessed 14 Mar 2019 -- DOBurial, grave location.
  4. St Kilda Cemetery web site: Site viewed 13 Mar 2019 -- DOBurial, grave location.
  5. Death Certificate: Batten, John, Issued by Victorian Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, Registration No. 1919/7280, Registered 11 Jul 1919, Image acquired 24 Nov 2013, hereafter called Death Certificate BaJ; certificate in Researcher's family history papers, ID2302. DOBurial, POBurial St Kilda Cemetery, Memos.
  6. Victorian Cemetery Records and Headstone Transcriptions, St Kilda Cemetery 1859-1987, Ancestry.com.au on-line database, original data part of Cemetery Records and Headstone Transcriptions 1844-1997, indexed by Genealogical Society of Victoria Inc.; hereafter called Ancestry/St Kilda Cemetery transcriptions. No digital image or paper copy retained.
  7. The Argus newspaper, Melbourne, VIC; accessed via National Library of Australia Trove web site at http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper; hereafter called Argus/Trove; image and paper copy in Researcher's Family History records, ID2641: DOBurial, POBuria St Kilda Cemeteryl, Memo.

Bellevue, Yarrowyck, NSW (Location)

?, ID3371
Last Edited4 Aug 2021
(Property) Occupationfr 1925 - 1966Archibald David (Arch) Graham; Farmer & Grazier; Various properties:>
                - Jan 1935     'Hopefield' father's ???? acre wheat and sheep property.
     Jan 1935 - Dec 1949     'Dewrang' 1,182 acre wheat and sheep property owned by father and worked by ADG on a profit share basis; ownership transferred to ADG ca 1945.
     Jan 1950 - Apr 1954     'Bellevue' 2,517 acre sheep and cattle property.
     Apr 1954 - Dec 1966     'Eden Park' 770 acre mixed vegetables (potatoes, peas etc.) and sheep property. 
(Residence) AddressOldfr Jan 1950 - Jun 1951Archibald David (Arch) Graham, Margaret Grace Graham; 'Bellevue', Yarrowyck, via Armidale, NSW; >
Parents and 4 children.1 
(Residence) AddressOldfr Jun 1951 - Jan 1954Archibald David (Arch) Graham, Margaret Grace Graham; 'Bellevue', Yarrowyck, via Armidale, NSW; >
     Parents and 5 children.
     Eldest son, LDG, boarded at Barker College, Hornsby, NSW during school terms from Feb 1952 to Dec 1953.2 
(Residence) AddressOldfr Jan 1954 - Apr 1954Archibald David (Arch) Graham, Margaret Grace Graham; 'Bellevue', Yarrowyck, via Armidale, NSW; >
     Parents and 6 children.
     Eldest son, LDG, boarded at Barker College, Hornsby, NSW during school term from Feb to Apr 1954.2 

Citations

  1. Graham, Lindsay D, Personal knowledge; hereafter called Graham LD, Personal knowledge: Dates, Address, Memo.
  2. Graham LD, Personal knowledge: unknown cd.

(?) Grimes

M, ID3372
Last Edited1 Apr 2019
Marriagesay 1770sUnknown (?)1 
Addressfr 1802 - 1809Unknown (?); c/- Mr & Mrs Grimes, Hammersmith, London, ENGLAND; >
When their father and step-mother sailed for India about 1802, 8 of the Stacy children were left with Mr & Mrs Grimes (their step-mother's parents) as 'the Indian climate was notoriously dangerous for young children'. The four younger children remained there until their stepmother returned from India in 1809.2 
Resident: Rev. Dr Daniel George Stacy
Resident: Esther Maria Stacy
Resident: Col. Lewis Robert Stacy
Resident: Charlotte Stacy
Resident: Mary Stacy
Resident: Sarah Arabella Stacy
Resident: Samuel Stacy
Resident: Dr John Edward Stacy

Family

Unknown (?)
Child 1.Mary Grimes

Citations

  1. Jean Caswell Benson, A Wide Spectrum: A picture of the times from 1828 to 1937 as seen by my forebears -- the Stacy, the Caswell, the Shelley and the Harris families (published by Wilkie Watson Publications Pty Limited, Tumut, NSW, 1987); hereafter called Benson, Wide Spectrum; copy in Researcher's Library. Page 12 -- Presumed to have been married.
  2. Benson, Wide Spectrum. p12 -- Dates, Address, Memo.

Unknown (?)

F, ID3373
Last Edited1 Apr 2019
Marriagesay 1770s(?) Grimes1 
Married Namesay 1770sGrimes 
Addressfr 1802 - 1809(?) Grimes; c/- Mr & Mrs Grimes, Hammersmith, London, ENGLAND; >
When their father and step-mother sailed for India about 1802, 8 of the Stacy children were left with Mr & Mrs Grimes (their step-mother's parents) as 'the Indian climate was notoriously dangerous for young children'. The four younger children remained there until their stepmother returned from India in 1809.2 
Resident: Rev. Dr Daniel George Stacy
Resident: Esther Maria Stacy
Resident: Col. Lewis Robert Stacy
Resident: Charlotte Stacy
Resident: Mary Stacy
Resident: Sarah Arabella Stacy
Resident: Samuel Stacy
Resident: Dr John Edward Stacy

Family

(?) Grimes
Child 1.Mary Grimes

Citations

  1. Jean Caswell Benson, A Wide Spectrum: A picture of the times from 1828 to 1937 as seen by my forebears -- the Stacy, the Caswell, the Shelley and the Harris families (published by Wilkie Watson Publications Pty Limited, Tumut, NSW, 1987); hereafter called Benson, Wide Spectrum; copy in Researcher's Library. Page 12 -- Presumed to have been married.
  2. Benson, Wide Spectrum. p12 -- Dates, Address, Memo.

William Kerrigan1

M, ID3377, (b 28 Jun 1844-)
Last Edited28 Apr 2019
Birthb 28 Jun 18442 
Marriage28 Jun 1865Jane Carnwath; Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church, Artigarvan, Parish of Leckpatrick, County Tyrone, IRELAND; Church Register details:
+ DOM, POM: 28 Jun 1865, Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church.
+ Groom: William Kerrigan, Full age, Widower, Farmer of Windyhill.
+ Bride: Jane Carnwath, Full age, Spinsterof Stoneypath [actually Stonypath].
+ Groom's father: James Cargin [Kerrigan?], Farmer.
+ Bride's father: James Carnwath, Farmer.
+ Married by: Joseph Leitch.
+ Witnesses: Joseph Carnwath, John Roulston.3 
Father of Bride: James Carnwath

Family

Jane Carnwath b. b 28 Jun 1844

Citations

  1. County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy Research Website: Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845-1930; Records extracted from Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church Marriages Register, transcribed and compiled by Faye Logue, Tully, QLD, Australia; URL https://cotyroneireland.com/churchrecord/…; hereafter called CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages; no digital or paper copies retained. Viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- Groom's Given name, Surname Kerigan assumed to be Kerrigan.
  2. CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- Full age at DOM 28 Jun 1865.
  3. CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- DOM, POM, Memos.

Jane Carnwath1

F, ID3378, (b 28 Jun 1844-)
Last Edited29 Apr 2019
FatherJames Carnwath
Birthb 28 Jun 18442 
Addressto Jun 1865Stonypath, County Tyrone, IRELAND3 
Resident: Stonypath Townland, County Tyrone, IRELAND (Location)
Marriage28 Jun 1865William Kerrigan; Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church, Artigarvan, Parish of Leckpatrick, County Tyrone, IRELAND; Church Register details:
+ DOM, POM: 28 Jun 1865, Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church.
+ Groom: William Kerrigan, Full age, Widower, Farmer of Windyhill.
+ Bride: Jane Carnwath, Full age, Spinsterof Stoneypath [actually Stonypath].
+ Groom's father: James Cargin [Kerrigan?], Farmer.
+ Bride's father: James Carnwath, Farmer.
+ Married by: Joseph Leitch.
+ Witnesses: Joseph Carnwath, John Roulston.4 
Father of Bride: James Carnwath
Married Name28 Jun 1865Kerrigan 

Family

William Kerrigan b. b 28 Jun 1844

Citations

  1. County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy Research Website: Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845-1930; Records extracted from Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church Marriages Register, transcribed and compiled by Faye Logue, Tully, QLD, Australia; URL https://cotyroneireland.com/churchrecord/…; hereafter called CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages; no digital or paper copies retained. Viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- Given name, Maiden Surname.
  2. CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- Full age at DOM 28 Jun 1865.
  3. CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- Bride's address.
  4. CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- DOM, POM, Memos.

James Carnwath1

M, ID3379
Last Edited29 Apr 2019
Birth of daughterb 28 Jun 1844Jane Carnwath2 
Occupationat Jun 1865Farmer, Stonypath, County Tyrone, IRELAND3 
Location: Stonypath Townland, County Tyrone, IRELAND (Location)
(Father of Bride) Marriage28 Jun 1865William Kerrigan, Jane Carnwath; Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church, Artigarvan, Parish of Leckpatrick, County Tyrone, IRELAND; Church Register details:
+ DOM, POM: 28 Jun 1865, Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church.
+ Groom: William Kerrigan, Full age, Widower, Farmer of Windyhill.
+ Bride: Jane Carnwath, Full age, Spinsterof Stoneypath [actually Stonypath].
+ Groom's father: James Cargin [Kerrigan?], Farmer.
+ Bride's father: James Carnwath, Farmer.
+ Married by: Joseph Leitch.
+ Witnesses: Joseph Carnwath, John Roulston.4 

Family

Child 1.Jane Carnwath b. b 28 Jun 1844

Citations

  1. County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy Research Website: Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845-1930; Records extracted from Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church Marriages Register, transcribed and compiled by Faye Logue, Tully, QLD, Australia; URL https://cotyroneireland.com/churchrecord/…; hereafter called CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages; no digital or paper copies retained. Viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- Bride's father's Given name, Surname.
  2. CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- Full age at DOM 28 Jun 1865.
  3. CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- Bride's father's Profession; Address inferred from Bride's address.
  4. CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- DOM, POM, Memos.

Stonypath Townland, County Tyrone, IRELAND (Location)

?, ID3380
Last Edited28 Apr 2019
NoteStonypath Townland, in the Parish of Leckpatrick, was almost 37 hectares. It straddled the current Lowertown Road and bordered Leckpatrick Townland to the west.
Stonypath is ca 6km NE of Strabane and ca 8km W of Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church.1 
(Location) Occupationat Jun 1865James Carnwath; Farmer, Stonypath, County Tyrone, IRELAND2 
(Resident) Addressto Jun 1865Jane Carnwath; Stonypath, County Tyrone, IRELAND3 

Citations

  1. Irish Townlands and OpenStreetMap at https://www.townlands.ie and https://www.openstreetmap.org; hereafter called Irish Townlands & OSE: viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- Memo1.
  2. County Tyrone Ireland Genealogy Research Website: Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church Marriages 1845-1930; Records extracted from Leckpatrick Presbyterian Church Marriages Register, transcribed and compiled by Faye Logue, Tully, QLD, Australia; URL https://cotyroneireland.com/churchrecord/…; hereafter called CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages; no digital or paper copies retained. Viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- Bride's father's Profession; Address inferred from Bride's address.
  3. CTI website, Leckpatrick Marriages viewed 28 Apr 2019 -- Bride's address.

George Albert Jeffery1

M, ID3386, (1913-4 Jun 1975)
Last Edited19 May 2019
FatherGeorge R. Jeffery
MotherLouisa M. Saville
Birth1913Goulburn, NSW2 
Death4 Jun 1975Griffith Mason's Hospital, NSW; Death Notice in Sydney Morning Herald, 5 Jun 1975, page 26:
JEFFERY, George Albert -- 4 Jun 1975, of Hay (suddenly), at Griffith Mason's Hospital, dearly loved husband of Phyllis, loved father of Peter and Wendy, father-in-law of Jenny and John, grandfather of Melinda and Amanda.3
(Dec'd brother of dec) Death28 Oct 1985Annie Jean (Jean) Jeffery; Woden Valley Hospital, Garran, ACT; >
Death Notice in Canberra Times, 29 Oct 1985, page 18:
DENLEY, Annie Jean (Jean) -- 28 Oct 1985 at WVH, late of 39 Wilkins Street, Mawson. Loved widow of Ted, loving mother and mother-in-law of Ted and Gill, loved grandmother of Mark and Louise, loving sister and sister-in-law of Jess and Mac Hearne, George (dec) and Phyllis Jeffery, Fred and Noeleen Jeffery. Loving Aunt of their families.4

Citations

  1. NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages, On-line Marriages Index, URL https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/; hereafter called NSW BDM Registry, Marriages Index; copy not retained. Registration No. 12777/1941 [George Albert Jeffery + Phyllis Valerie Sheppard], viewed 19 May 2019: 2 given names, surname.
  2. NSW Registry of Births, Deaths & Marriages, On-line Births Index, URL https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/; hereafter called NSW BDM Registry, Births Index; copy not retained. Registration No. 24725/1913 [George A. Jeffery], viewed 19 May 2019: YOBRegistration, Registration District.
  3. Sydney Morning Herald newspaper Archives 1955-1995, Sydney; accessed via National Library of Australia eResources web site at nla.gov.au; hereafter called SMH Archives; image and paper copy in Researcher's Family History records, ID3386. 5 Jun 1975, p26, viewed 19 May 2019: DOD, POD, Memo.
  4. The Canberra Times newspaper, published by Fairfax Press, Pirie Street, Fyshwick, ACT; hereafter called Canberra Times; copy and image in Researcher's Family History records, ID0089. 29 Oct 1985: DOD, POD, Memo.