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|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 4 February 1952 page Family Notices||2013-11-30 15:56||JARMAN. Harriett Hannah -Feb
ruary 3. 1952. at her sister's resi-
field, dearl loved mother of Jack
Donahee, Bill Donohee and Kath
of Perce and Les Jarman, grand
mother of Patricia (Mrs. Burke)
Dorothy and Catherine Donahee Kar
|JARMAN. Harriett Hannah -Feb-
ruary 3, 1952, at her sister's resi-
field, deary loved mother of Jack
Donahee, Bill Donahee and Kath
of Perce and Les Jarman, grand-
mother of Patricia (Mrs. Burke),
Dorothy and Catherine Donahee, Kar-
|Shocking Railway Fatality. (Article), Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1938), Friday 24 September 1909 page Article||2013-11-30 13:43||(N.S.W.) , a railway fettler, Johii Donahee.
Cowra and cut to piecas. Death Avas in
stantaneous. Dteceiased and .akipther;. fet
tler named . M'Kay were proceeding ; on a
raihvay tricycle to Blayney. , Tlie acci
dent occurred a quarter of a mile on i\\e
western side . of the station. The passenger
train from Qrange was about duo, and the
men were, cautioned to Avatch for, it. Jt
was blowing,, and raining hoavily . nt, the
-time), and the men did not hoar the ap
proach of the train until ifc Avas 30A.or.AQ.]
and deceased, avIio Avas in charge of a
tricycle, was apparently under the impres
;.^fiarieaS7i'€';waBron;:'i;he southern line, and
would have run alongside oi them -without':
danger.1 Both men jumped off the tricycle,
advancing train, the ; whole ;. length of
which passed over ihim befpre the^ driver V:
could , stop, .dismembering him \: completely;; ,'? ?
leaves . a widow, .scjxd .. , f ami ly .;.; of yoiuig -; :
,'childrehi::;,' ?|-/-;A\,,. :~ ;, tv.r'-:^ .:,i--T;:'A.-v- ;';-i*V i:'i:-^ '
|(N.S.W.) , a railway fettler, John Donahee.
Cowra and cut to piecas. Death was in-
stantaneous. Deceased and another fet-
tler named McKay were proceeding on a
railway tricycle to Blayney. The acci-
dent occurred a quarter of a mile on the
western side of the station. The passenger
train from Qrange was about due, and the
men were cautioned to watch for it. It
was blowing, and raining heavily at the
time, and the men did not hear the ap-
proach of the train until it was 30 or 40
and deceased, who was in charge of a
tricycle, was apparently under the impres-
wheras it was on the southern line, and
would have run alongside oi them without
danger. Both men jumped off the tricycle,
advancing train, the whole length of
which passed over him before the driver
could stop, dismembering him completely.
Deceased was about 40 years of age and
leaves a widow and family of young
|ACCIDENTAL DEATH. (Article), The Bathurst Times (NSW : 1909 - 1925), Tuesday 21 September 1909 page Article||2013-11-30 13:30||ACCIDENTAL DEATH. -
At an inqtilry concern. ng the death
of John Donahee, who was killed re
cently at Blayney by a train, tho Co
roner returned a verdict -of accidental
death, 110 blame being attachable to
At an inquiry concerning the death
of John Donahee, who was killed re-
cently at Blayney by a train, the Co-
roner returned a verdict of accidental
death, no blame being attachable to
|Concentrates. (Article), The Cobar Herald (NSW : 1899 - 1914), Tuesday 21 September 1909 page Article||2013-11-30 13:20||chartered to go on a three months'
||chartered to go on a three months
|Advertising (Advertising), Riverine Herald (Echuca, Vic. : Moama, NSW : 1869 - 1954), Tuesday 21 September 1909 page Advertising||2013-11-30 13:11||John Donahee, a fottlor, was cut to piecos
Thursday. He and a follow-workmau
wore on a tricycle, and a train from Cowra
approached. Thoy jumped from tho tricycle,
and Donahee got in front of tho advancing
|John Donahee, a fettler, was cut to pieces
Thursday. He and a fellow-workman
were on a tricycle, and a train from Cowra
approached. They jumped from the tricycle,
and Donahee got in front of the advancing
|YARRA. (From Our Correspondent.) (Detailed lists, results, guides), Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), Saturday 18 September 1909 page Detailed lists, results, guides||2013-11-30 13:01||John Donahee, a railway fetler, was run
main line, and was evertaken hy a train from
|John Donahee, a railway fettler, was run
main line, and was overtaken by a train from
|FETTLER CUT TO PIECES. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Friday 17 September 1909 page Article||2013-11-30 12:36||FETT LER CUT TO PIECES.
||FETTLER CUT TO PIECES.
|FETTLER CUT TO PIECES. (Article), Evening News (Sydney, NSW : 1869 - 1931), Friday 17 September 1909 page Article||2013-11-30 12:34||FETT \M CUT TO PIECES.
A shocking railway accident occurred at Blar
ney oh Thursday morning, when a fettler named
John- Donahee, - 40, ..was cut to pleas by tie in
somiiiK train' frdm Ctswra. Donahfee and a fellow
Cettler named Mackay, w£re. proceeding to Blayney
?n a railway tricycle on the main western line.
A. train from -56*r&' «M c£fnlng iftto Blayney at
the same time, and the two navvies, iffiaglnlni it
iriaS the ©r&lnftry passenger train,. vrUck would
some on to. lh'e main line after, them, remained
an ? the tricycle ?&&« tSejf saw tne mistake tbey
MA made, aM^hHS idm#eH of tS* ttikchlne.
fomahee jumped rig&t m (front or ti» taeitte ana
was ieo fitettttmiy .mutflatoa tos J» t»e v ^uite : «n
recoshlsaJble. JUtackay Jumped dear of the main
[Inc. and e«*pe3 ? jtejary. DonaHfee leaves a -widow
»a& a iafeflF ot s-obng eJUidren.
|FETT LER CUT TO PIECES.
A shocking railway accident occurred at Blay-
ney on Thursday morning, when a fettler named
John Donahee, - 40, was cut to pieces by the in-
coming train from Cowra. Donahee and a fellow
fettler named Mackay, were proceeding to Blayney
in a railway tricycle on the main western line.
A train from Cowra was coming into Blayney at
the same time, and the two navvies, imagining it
was the ordinary passenger train, which would
come on to the main line after them, remained
on the tricycle until they saw the mistake they
had made, and both jumped off the machine.
Donahee jumped right in front of the engine and
was so frightfully mutilated as to be quite un-
recognisable. Mackay jumped clear of the main
line and escaped injury. Donahee leaves a widow
and a family of young children.
|CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. FETTLER CUT TO PIECES. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 17 September 1909 page Article||2013-11-30 12:28||SYDNEY, Thursday - John Donahce,
||SYDNEY, Thursday - John Donahee,
|CASUALTIES AND FATALITIES. FETTLER CUT TO PIECES. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 17 September 1909 page Article||2013-11-30 12:15||a fettlci, w is cut to pieces on the railway,
neal Blaync}, lodi} Ho and a fellow
workmui wcie on a tncjele^ind a train
from the trie}ele and Donahee c.ot in
EETTLER CUT TO PIECES.
flout Califa appioachcd Hie} jumped I
fiont of the advancing tram
|a fettler, was cut to pieces on the railway,
near Blayney, today. He and a fellow
workman were on a tricycle, and a train
from the tricycle and Donahee got in
FETTLER CUT TO PIECES.
from Cowra approached. They jumped
front of the advancing train.
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