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|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 23 October 1909 page Family Notices||2013-05-23 16:42||the late James Moran to Ada Florence, youngest
||the late James Moran, to Ada Florence, youngest
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 17 August 1907 page Family Notices||2013-05-23 16:33||Andrew's, M_ Brighton, by the Rev. F. A.
||Andrew's, Middle Brighton, by the Rev. F. A.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 17 August 1907 page Family Notices||2013-05-23 16:25||HARRISON-LEVES -On the 7th August, at St.
_?.!-..«, Mid lu Brighton, by the Rev. F. A.
irairi.íi. Il ilium llirn son of the late Thos.
lla-t . n, of lUtli. England, to Mary Amelia, the
«.1-i daughter of the late Nat Leves, of Dunedin,
|HARRISON—LEVES.—On the 7th August, at St.
Andrew's, M_ Brighton, by the Rev. F. A.
Crawford, William Harrison, son of the late Thos.
Harrison, of Bat_, England, to Mary Amelia, the
eldest daughter of the late N. Leves, of Dunedin,
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 23 October 1909 page Family Notices||2013-05-23 16:15||MORAN-LEVES. - On the 6th September at St
Ijne Church Elsternwick by the Rev
latler Cougl Thomas Lawrence second son of
|MORAN—LEVES.—On the 6th September at St.
James's Church, Elsternwick, by the Rev.
Father Gough, Thomas Laurence, second son of
|CHARGE AGAINST FATHER. Son Shot Dead in Camp. (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Friday 8 March 1929 page Article||2013-05-21 19:28||SVDNIV, llilln-.liit - Hie eli ti iel coioncr it I
Ililli, doo to elm Intel ni inejiir-t eui tile- .1 Uli of I
iiin-olil Ji.-ipli Letei, n.,,1 ".! mrs tilio ins
nt on tu if»n lunk. nlicie lie ins mopes]
.Iii his fuher uni Ino l.rothei-, on »Ininli
llio Iillur, Joseph Hniri-on lo»tr, I» i bürget)
,|ili In» liar shot (he son Eiultn e »tis i,
'» Id I ollie tint Hie fuller joe] sons
ni», lill g l.liiiiilers muí liad a motor e ir
111 » « Lim», Goiernnldil inclinai officer,
m etieliiue tint the fitlur cimie lo lils surgen
n I -n.J. 'Come f.ent k1», I lu\e sliol mj
»irlor Icier tile »Ollll,e.-t -em, sjlrl thill the
min ciuuiellcel «lili iii. ni al mil the meal
"huh «us !.in" ine.1,1 I, ml ii 'hot was fired
III» l.ieuliei lu .hupp ii mil lie (Victor) urtu to
lura in.) -iel 'Ii.ul die loo ' The »lounilcd i
-on iipln 1. ' I ti,ii i du Vii Ile tiietl shottl»
I uusi iblr I »lim. ni Ins itlclente, s.ild tint
lln lillur ippiiiio ii I him ia the street in
lliuinlno ml slid Unit he lui) shot his ron aeol
deni i)h, .uleling i Dal lie and the sons had
The fuller si.is committed for (ml it Mudgee
on »liri! 23 on i ehirge of illilisliilglller. Iljll
»»us not opplioi] for
|SYDNEY, Thursday. — The district coroner at
Dunedoo to-day held an inquest on the death of
Harold Joseph Lever, aged 23 years, who was
shot on the river bank, where he was camped
with his father and two brothers, on Monday.
The father, Joseph Harrison Lever, is charged
with having shot the son. Evidence was given
by the police that the father and sons were
travelling plumbers and had a motor-car.
Dr. A. S. Evans, Government medical officer,
gave evidence that the father came to his surgery
and said, "Come quickly; I have shot my son."
Victor Lever, the youngest son, said that the
father quarrelled with them about the meal
which was being cooked, and a shot was fired.
His brother Joe dropped, and he (Victor) went to
him and said, "Don't die, Joe." The wounded
son replied, "I won't die, Vic." He died shortly
Constable L. Allen, in his evidence, said that
the father approached him in the street in
Dunedoo and said that he had shot his son acci-
dentally, adding that he and the sons had
The father was committed for trial at Mudgee
on April 23 on a charge of manslaughter. Bail
was not applied for.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Wednesday 26 September 1945 page Family Notices||2013-05-21 16:39||LEVES. -On September 24, at the resi-
||LEVES.—On September 24, at the resi-
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 26 May 1951 page Family Notices||2013-05-20 17:50||MUSGRAAF YA allaec-May 25
1951 at St Joseph s Hospital Aub
urn widower of the late Houorah
Musgrave and deir fathtr of Wallic
Leslie Lils Jack Jo» Harriett
Willie and Tom aged 79 sears
RIP See Monday s Herald for
|MUSGRAVE, Wallace.—May 25,
1951, at St. Joseph's Hospital, Aub-
urn, widower of the late Honorah
Musgrave and dear father of Wallie,
Leslie, Lily, Jack, Joe, Harriett,
Willie, and Tom, aged 79 years.
R.I.P. See Monday's "Herald" for
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 26 May 1951 page Family Notices||2013-05-20 17:47||MUSGRAVE-PINNOCK.- The En
gngement Is announced of Mary EU7-a
Lcth only dal ehtcr of Mrs A Pin
i ock of Bondi to Mr JoEeph Mus
graic late of Durham England
WOOINOUGH, Ann» (Nurse) -
May 25 1951 after long Illness
at Moorong Hospita! Ryde beloved
sister of Eva May (deceased) Ruth
(Mr« F Leves of Brisbane) Rose
(Mrs Harrison Croydon) aged 85
year« At Rest
gagement is announced of Mary Eliza-
beth, only daughter of Mrs. A. Pin-
nock, of Bondi, to Mr. Joseph Mus-
grave, late of Durham, England.
WOOLNOUGH, Anna (Nurse) .—
May 25 ,1951, after long illness,
at Moorong Hospital, Ryde, beloved
sister of Eva, May (deceased), Ruth
(Mrs. F. Levey, of Brisbane), Rose
(Mrs. Harrison, Croydon), aged 85
years. At Rest.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Saturday 14 September 1946 page Family Notices||2013-05-20 16:16||LEVES-ETHERTON-The Engagement Is
?ilnî,linffd aJ Shirley Dulcie youngest daugh
£r of Mr E J Ethenon of Albury and the
=ai,e,TIrs N, Etherton of Strathdee to Albert
, omai cnly cnlld o' Mr and Mrs S Lev
of Ryde Road Pymble
|LEVES—ETHERTON.—The Engagement is
announced of Shirley Dulcie, youngest daugh-
ter of Mr. E. J. Etherton, of Albury, and the
late Mrs. N. Etherton, of Strathfield, to Albert
Thomas, only child of Mr. and Mrs. S. Leves,
of Ryde Road, Pymble.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Thursday 27 March 1890 page Family Notices||2013-05-20 16:02||LEVES.-At his residence, Quccusbury-stroct, Hotham,
Victoria, Nat. Loves.
|LEVES.—At his residence, Queensbury-street, Hotham,
Victoria, Nat. Leves.
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