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  • Drewy 11 Feb 2012 at 15:09
    The child born to John SEE (future Premier of New South Wales) and his wife, Charlotte, is unnamed in the notice. He died in March 1884,just past his first birthday. The inscription on his headstone gives his name as John Bruce SEE. However the SEEs already have a son named John, still living. The book "Randwick General Cemetery: Burials 1874-1983" gives his name as Joseph Bruce SEE. At this time I can't find a record of the birth or death in the NSW BDM index.

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BIRTHS  

HAGNEY.-March 14, 1883, at her residence, Stanley-street, Mrs.

Hagney, of a son.  

MACLEOD.-March 2, at her residence, Glenelg, Botany-street,  

Waverley, the wife of W. Macleod, of a son.

McINTYRE.—March 11, at 152, Castlereagh-street, the wife of

Peter McIntyre, of a son.

SEE.—February 17, 1883, at her residence, Urara, Avoca-street,

Randwick, the wife of John See, of a son.      

Marriages.

BADGERY—BUDDEN.—March 7, 1883, at the residence of the

bride's mother, Glebe Point, Sydney, by the Rev. Andrew   Gardiner, M.A., Charles Lundie Badgery, of Sutton Forest, to Alice Martha, eldest daughter of the late Frederick Fisher Budden, of Rockhampton, Queensland.  

HOGGAN—CRESSWELL.—March 7, at St. Michael's Church, Surry Hills, by the Rev. Canon Halton S. King, John Hoggan,  

of Dunfermline, Scotland, to Elizabeth, fifth daughter of the late George Cresswell, of Durham, England.

MAHER—O'SHEA.—February 6, at St. Patrick's Church, by the

Rev. P. House, S.M., Michael, third eldest son of Michael Maher, of West Maitland, to Julia, second eldest daughter of John A. O'Shea, of Telegraph Hotel, King-street West.

POGSON-ROBERTS.-March 7, at Wesleyan Church, Regent- Street, by the Rev. George Martin, third son of Mr. H. Pogson,    

of Pennant Hills, to Janie, second daughter of Mr. P. Roberts, of Wells-street, Redfern.

THOMAS-HARDIE, March 16, at Christ Church, St. Leonards,

by the Rev. Alfred Yarnold, Edward Charles Thomas to Nellie Hardie.

Deaths.

BENNETT.--Mr. F. Bennett, of typhoid fever, aged 38 yeas. Brisbane papers please copy.  

CORBETT.-March 15, at the residence of Mr. Keogh, his brother- in-law, No. 135, Dowling-street, Orwell-terrace, Thomas Co-   Bett, Public School teacher, native of Castleconnell, county

Limerick, Ireland, aged 69 years.

EASY.-March 16, at his residence, Eaglehurst, Norwood-street,

Petersham, Alfred Easy, late of Clarence Hotel, Petersham, aged

43 years.  

GRACE.-February 24, at 147, Campbell-street, Surry Hills, in-

fant daughter of James and Sarah Grace.

HUGHES.- At her daughter's residence, No. 12, Little Hay-

street, Helena May, relict of the late John Morgan Hughes, after a long and painful illness, in her 88th year, leaving a lov-   ing family and grandchildren : native of Kilkenny, Ireland ; beloved mother of Mrs. F. Bone, Pitt-street. American papers please copy.  

KELLY.-In affectionate rememberance of our dear mother, Mrs. Honora Kelly, wo departed this life March 17, 1881. R.I.P.     READETT. March 4 at Berry Park, Hunter River, Mary Eliza-

beth, beloved wife of Charles Wood Readett, solicitor, aged 37

years.

RYAN, In affectionate rememberance of John Ryan, of Botany-

road, who died March 16, 1877, aged 34 years. "As husband true, as father ever kind,

Thy .... lives with those who stay behind,

Thy many virtues bid me mourn the day

When from life's trials thou wer't early called away."

THOMPSON.-February 27, at her residence, Kempsey, Nebo-

road, Queensland, Kate, the beloved wife of Robert James

Thompson.

TREACY.-March 14, at Hawthorn, near Melbourne, Victoria.

John Treacy, aged 71 years, father of R. B. Treacy, of this city VELLA.-March 16, at Chowne-street, Pyrmont, Amabile Vella,

native of Malta, aged 85 ears. For many years in the employ

of the Colonial Sugar Refining Company.  

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