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Survived by his second wife, Birtles died at Croydon of coronary vascular disease on 1 July 1941 and was buried in the Anglican section of Waverley cemetery. Refer http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/birtles-francis-edwin-5244
Waverley Cemetry 891B C of E Vault Section 7
Last Name Given Name(s) Father's Name(s) Mother's Name(s) District
1894 MCCUTCHEON CORA M P GEORGE D CATHERINE S C WAVERLEY
1895 MCCUTCHEON NEA GEORGE D CATHERINE S C SYDNEY
1897 MCCUTCHEON MURIEL P GEORGE D CATHERINE S C GUNNEDAH
1898 MCCUTCHEON VERGOE W P GEORGE D CATHERINE S C GUNNEDAH
1899 MCCUTCHEON JEAN P GEORGE D CATHERINE S C GUNNEDAH 1905 MCCUTCHEON RATCLIFFE J P GEORGE D CATHERINE S C PETERSHAM
Nea is the second child of 6.
Parents George D McCutcheon & Catherine C Parnell - married Gunnedah 1894
BIRTLES-BARTLETT [Golden Wedding]. - On the 23rd March, 1876, at Fitzroy, David Birtles, of Alford, Cheshire, England, to Sarah Jane, daughter of the late Josiah and Jane Bartlett.
Francis Birtles parents.
BIRTLES.--On July 10. at her daughter's residence, 18 Winmallee road, Balwyn, Sarah Jane, loved wife of the late David, dear mother of Francis (deceased). Edie, Florence, Elsie, Ida (deceased) Clive, Vernon (deceased), and Iris, in her 87th year.
Death notice of Sarah Jane Birtles
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The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956) Saturday 19 May 1917
Mr. D. Birtles, of Canterbury, informs us that he has received a communication from the "Daily Mail", Brisbane, stating that his sons, CIive and Francis, who recently under- took a motor-car trip across Australia, have been entirely exonerated in the cases in which they were charged, Clive having obtained three motor-car tyres under false pretences at Cloncurry (Q. ), and the two brothers jointly with having stolen a Ford motor engine and carburetter at Burketown (Q.)