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Family Notices (Family Notices), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 29 February 1932 page Family Notices 2014-07-29 16:57 THANKS to nil kind friends and re
i thank Mr. Adlington, Dr. Rygate and
Matron and Staff of the District Hos- j
pita).
THANKS to nil kind friends and re-
thank Mr. Adlington, Dr. Rygate and
Matron and Staff of the District Hos-
pital.
OBITUARY MRS. SARAH BERNASCONI (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 29 February 1932 page Article 2014-07-29 16:57 were encased in a 'polished, maple
to rest in the Church 'of England por
were carried out by Messrs J. Thomp
were encased in a polished, maple
to rest in the Church of England por-
were carried out by Messrs J. Thomp-
OBITUARY MRS. SARAH BERNASCONI (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 29 February 1932 page Article 2014-07-29 16:56 another link of the past has been sev
ered, for she had resided in this dis
trict for the past 72 yeai-s. Natur
native of Yelvertoft, Northampton
shire, England, and came out to Aus
ship Duncan Dunbar, which was sis
.which. was. wrecked at South Head, at
the Gap, with heavy Toss of life.' It
was the ship's' second trip out, and:
Bathurst in- W'oods' van, and there
they were met by hex* brother, John:
Payne, who brought therii ' on to
Her pai'ents took up land at Monte
fiores, and afterwards came to Wel
husband and family came t'o Welling
ton, lisnng in the town for 72 years,
to the time of her* death. Her hus- |
band predeceased her some 23 years (
ago. Of course she had seen the !
town grow from its very infancy, and I
she was well-known and highly res- j
pected throughout the whole of thu
district. She was a Ionian of very
doing'a good turn to some one in the
a 'very quiet way. Her motto was —
'Never'be weary of well doing,' and
did: her mother before her. She was
a devout adherent 'of the Church of
sons and daughters, the former be
ing Messrs Victor (Millthorpe) and.
Nathan (Trangie). The daughters j
G. Fellowes (Concord) 'and Misses
Cloe and Florence, 'of' . Wellington.
another link of the past has been sev-
ered, for she had resided in this dis-
trict for the past 72 years. Natur-
native of Yelvertoft, Northampton-
shire, England, and came out to Aus-
ship Duncan Dunbar, which was sis-
which was wrecked at South Head, at
the Gap, with heavy loss of life. It
was the ship's second trip out, and
Bathurst in Woods' van, and there
they were met by her brother, John
Payne, who brought them on to
Her parents took up land at Monte-
fiores, and afterwards came to Wel-
husband and family came to Welling-
ton, living in the town for 72 years,
to the time of her death. Her hus-
band predeceased her some 23 years
ago. Of course she had seen the
town grow from its very infancy, and
she was well-known and highly res-
pected throughout the whole of the
district. She was a woman of very
doing a good turn to some one in the
a very quiet way. Her motto was —
'Never be weary of well doing,' and
did her mother before her. She was
a devout adherent of the Church of
sons and daughters, the former be-
ing Messrs Victor (Millthorpe) and
Nathan (Trangie). The daughters
G. Fellowes (Concord) and Misses
Cloe and Florence, of Wellington.
OBITUARY JOHN JOSEPH MURRAY. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 18 February 1932 page Article 2014-07-29 16:52 'Passed away at the Coast Hospital)
Sydney, John Joseph Murray (Dig
well-known in Bodangora and Wel
is survived, with three sons. De
t n n p -p,, i
-wiu A.vy.v/.r . luu^ca, aau iuuchu j
was largely attended by those mem- j
bers. The relatives are Mrs. Ed- j
munds (tGulgong), Mr. and Mrs.
AV. Murray (Burwood), Mr. and Mrs;
Barney Murray (Ardlethan), Mr.1
.and Mrs. Mitchell (Ardlethan), bro- j
of Wellington, is a cousin. A cur
Passed away at the Coast Hospital,
Sydney, John Joseph Murray (Dig-
well-known in Bodangora and Wel-
is survived, with three sons. De-

and I.O.O.F. lodges, and his funeral
was largely attended by those mem-
bers. The relatives are Mrs. Ed-
munds (Gulgong), Mr. and Mrs.
W. Murray (Burwood), Mr. and Mrs
Barney Murray (Ardlethan), Mr.
and Mrs. Mitchell (Ardlethan), bro-
of Wellington, is a cousin. A cur-
OBITUARY ETHEL DAISY HILDRED. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 11 February 1932 page Article 2014-07-29 16:50 WE. have to report another sad death
bloom of life, Miss Ethel Daisy Hild
red, the 17-year-old daughter of M_r.
and Mrs. A. Hildred, of Fin
ger Post. On Friday last she ap
chill, and this brought on other com
Wellington District Hospital on Sat
urday, and though everything pos
grew worse and passed away on Mon
day night. A sad feature 'of her
compelled to igo to Bathurst for
her parents and friends, and the sym
the'r great loss. The funeral took
WE have to report another sad death
bloom of life, Miss Ethel Daisy Hild-
red, the 17-year-old daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Hildred, of Fin-
ger Post. On Friday last she ap-
chill, and this brought on other com-
Wellington District Hospital on Sat-
urday, and though everything pos-
grew worse and passed away on Mon-
day night. A sad feature of her
compelled to go to Bathurst for
her parents and friends, and the sym-
their great loss. The funeral took
OBITUARY MRS. JOE THOMPSON. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 8 February 1932 page Article 2014-07-29 16:47 rest in. the Presbyterian portion of
the local cemetery this cafternoori,
read by Rev. .H. R. Grassick, who
The funeral was a large and rep
resentative one, showing, the great
esteem in' which the deceased was
held in the -town, and district.
Messrs Murray Bros, had charge of
rest in the Presbyterian portion of
the local cemetery this afternoon,
read by Rev. H. R. Grassick, who
The funeral was a large and rep-
resentative one, showing the great
esteem in which the deceased was
held in the town and district.
Messrs Murray Bros. had charge of
OBITUARY MRS. JOE THOMPSON. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Monday 8 February 1932 page Article 2014-07-29 16:47 ? The . death took place, just , before
midnight -last night, . of Mrs. -Annie
Thompson, the beloved wife of; Mr.
deceased had been ailing ' for a
trouble, - and it was thought on
be no. hope for her, but with ' in
domitable' spirit she always pulled
round* though' the extreme heat' of
the past riionth proved very trying
for. her. During her illness she was
attended faithfully by her soi\ 'and
daughters, who' were with her till
was G7 years of age, and was the
where she resided practically .all her
life. She was'' of a kindly disposit
She. was a devout adherent of the
Presbyterian Church. She. is sur
vived by a husband and grown-iup
Thompson, of the' Western Stores
and Edgley's Ltd., the - daughters
being Mrs. V. Gorringe (Lithgow), j
and Mrs. Len Martin (Curra Creek), j
Mr. W. Lavender, of- Maughan Street ?
and Mr. J. Lavender, of Wellington !
Wallace, Mrs. Mulhall, Miss Laven- |
der (Habcrficld) and Mrs. CharJes ?
Cosier (Wanner) aiv- sisters of the 1
deceased. Thes remains- were en
JMRS. JOE THOMPSON.
. ? ? ?
The death took place, just before
midnight last night, of Mrs. Annie
Thompson, the beloved wife of Mr.
deceased had been ailing for a
trouble, and it was thought on
be no hope for her, but with in-
domitable spirit she always pulled
round, though the extreme heat of
the past month proved very trying
for her. During her illness she was
attended faithfully by her son and
daughters, who were with her till
was 67 years of age, and was the
where she resided practically all her
life. She was of a kindly disposit-
She was a devout adherent of the
Presbyterian Church. She is sur-
vived by a husband and grown-up
Thompson, of the Western Stores
and Edgley's Ltd., the daughters
being Mrs. V. Gorringe (Lithgow),
and Mrs. Len Martin (Curra Creek).
Mr. W. Lavender, of Maughan Street
and Mr. J. Lavender, of Wellington
Wallace, Mrs. Mulhall, Miss Laven-
der (Haberfield) and Mrs. Charles
Cosier (Walmer) are sisters of the
deceased. The remains were en-
MRS. JOE THOMPSON.

OBITUARY JOSEPH CORNELIUS BEDE KELLY. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 4 February 1932 page Article 2014-07-29 16:44 the- Catholic portion of the Wc-llirji
ton cemetery, where the boija
was laid in its last resting place, EfH
?Dr.- Gummer, assisted by Rev. FaJ
Emelhainz, officiating at the gnrfl
side. ?
The funeral arrangements vreil
carried out by Messrs Murray Bn
thers. I
the Catholic portion of the Welling-
ton cemetery, where the body
was laid in its last resting place, Rev.
Dr. Gummer, assisted by Rev. Father
Emelhainz, officiating at the grave-
side.
The funeral arrangements were
carried out by Messrs Murray Bro-
thers.
OBITUARY JOSEPH CORNELIUS BEDE KELLY. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 4 February 1932 page Article 2014-07-29 16:43 to rest in the Catholic portion of fl
Wellington cemetery 'on Tuesiffl
morning. The funeral cortege wiil
very long and representative cfij
and was a token of the great iJR
pect in which this young man
held by . all classes of the commiffl
ity. The senior boys of St, Ftl|
rick's school headed the processicffl
followed by the junior and meiB
branch 'of the Sacred Heart SodaliiH
of which he was a member, while tH
members of the H.A.C.B. Soci9
marched in regalia on each side®
the hearse, the deceased having tea
an office bearer of ,the societfi
Three of his cousins, Messrs Reg
Percy Kelly and Jack Cudden, jS
Bede Murray, the last three-nanjH
being also his old school mates, aciM
as pall bearers. , The body wasfeH
taken to St. Patrick's Church wheS
the prayers for the dead were recitJB
i by the Rev. Dr. Gummer, assisted !?
Rev. Father Bavliss. AftpnratJH
the sad Cortege wended its wayffl
to rest in the Catholic portion of the
Wellington cemetery on Tuesday
morning. The funeral cortege was a
very long and representative one,
and was a token of the great res-
pect in which this young man was
held by all classes of the commun-
ity. The senior boys of St. Pat-
rick's school headed the procession
followed by the junior and main
branch of the Sacred Heart Sodality
of which he was a member, while the
members of the H.A.C.B. Society
marched in regalia on each side of
the hearse, the deceased having been
an office bearer of the society.
Three of his cousins, Messrs Reg and
Percy Kelly and Jack Cudden, and
Bede Murray, the last three-named
being also his old school mates, acted
as pall bearers. The body was then
taken to St. Patrick's Church where
the prayers for the dead were recited
by the Rev. Dr. Gummer, assisted by
Rev. Father Bayliss. Afterwards
the sad cortege wended its way to
OBITUARY JOSEPH CORNELIUS BEDE KELLY. (Article), Wellington Times (NSW : 1899 - 1954), Thursday 4 February 1932 page Article 2014-07-29 16:39 to. Abel Wilkins- Motors Ltd. at their
garage in Ma'ughan Street. . When
his time was. up he went on to his
father's farm , at Wuuluman, where
lie was : a. great help to him, and his
mechanical knowledge was 'of great
value.. to his father in the way of at
tending , to machinery and irrigation
I plant! : Moreover, he took a great
| liking to the work on the land, and
[ would have made a. success of it had
he. been spared to attend to the work.
However, it -was willed otherwise. He
was , a very active young fell'ow, and
naturally ; took a , keen , interest ... ; in
outdoor , sport,.. : being a tennis
r- player, , and also a prominent
Rugby. League player, being a mem
ber of the Blues second, grade team
everyone^ being unassuming, -yet had
.,a most friendly and attractive per
sonality, and was the type of yijM
man which any town c'ould ill aflA
to lose. He was a member of tl
of the best known and respected f«
ilies in the district, and will besafl
missed by all. BcsiJc his aorrowil
mother and father he is survived byl
one sister — Miss Bessie Kelly, of StJ
Vincent's Hospital, Bathurst, djl
three brothers, Alick, Jack and Fafl
of Wellington. B
The remains were encased inB
polished maple casket, arid werel-H
to Abel Wilkins Motors Ltd. at their
garage in Maughan Street. When
his time was up he went on to his
father's farm at Wuuluman, where
he was a great help to him, and his
mechanical knowledge was of great
value to his father in the way of at-
tending to machinery and irrigation
plant. Moreover, he took a great
liking to the work on the land, and
would have made a success of it had
he been spared to attend to the work.
However, it was willed otherwise. He
was a very active young fellow, and
naturally took a keen interest in
outdoor sport, being a tennis
player, and also a prominent
Rugby League player, being a mem-
ber of the Blues second grade team.
everyone, being unassuming, yet had
a most friendly and attractive per-
sonality, and was the type of young
man which any town could ill afford
to lose. He was a member of one
of the best known and respected fam-
ilies in the district, and will be sadly
missed by all. Beside his sorrowing
mother and father he is survived by
one sister — Miss Bessie Kelly, of St.
Vincent's Hospital, Bathurst, and
three brothers, Alick, Jack and Paul?
of Wellington.
The remains were encased in a
polished maple casket, and were laid

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