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|Death of Miss Kate Clifton. (Article), The Campbelltown Herald (NSW : 1880 - 1919), Wednesday 7 August 1901 page Article||2013-05-24 18:53||D«thirfJCiM.&te Clifton. :
TfiB iiewB of the desib of Miss Kate Clifton
U: OampbeUtown, twhipb took ±glaee flMi
ebughfci j.Dr. Wilaon, who was consulted,'
diajmo^ the case as one of pneumonia, aadi
notwithstanding ;*hat ^ eVfcfytBijg ^WxldnV
that hjiman foresight could Suggest, the' end
came -quiokiyl death taking' place shortly'
.after moon on Friday.. Miss Clifton was
bcrfnjBJt CampbeUtown where 'she lived the
greater fitrtoi her life. She. was the young
eit daughter of the late Mr. P. Clifton, and
the 'Surviving members of this much respected
family- are Mrs. Kenny (Goalbura), the
Misses Mary aba Margaret ^Clifton -Camp-
beUtown), and Mr. J. Clifton (Taralga). .
The. funeral took place at 3 o'clock on
Sunday afternoon, and the largo number,
spect .' The cortege was fully half a mile in
tenjf h,. residents of all parte of the district
be|ng present. The body was enclosed in a
grave. '? Mr. N. Doyle was the undertaker.
dering .to the family onr sincere sympathy in
|Death of Miss Kate Clifton.
The news of the death of Miss Kate Clifton
of Campbelltown, which took place last Friday, was received on all sides with feel
ings of deepest regret. Though not of strong constitution, Miss Clifton, up to with a few days of her death, appeared to be in her usual state of health, a cold which she contracted a week or two previously not being regarded as serious. However, more alarming symptons set in at the beginning of last week, and medical advice was at once
sought. Dr. Wilson, who was consulted,
diagnosed the case as one of pneumonia, and
notwithstanding that everything was done
that human foresight could suggest, the end
came quickly, death taking place sjortly
after noon on Friday. Miss Clifton was
born at Campbelltown where she lived the
greater part of her life. She was the young
est daughter of the late Mr. P. Clifton, and
the surviving members of this much respected
family are Mrs. Kenny (Goalbura), the
Misses Mary and Margaret Clifton (Camp-
belltown), and Mr. J. Clifton (Taralga).
The funeral took place at 3 o'clock on
Sunday afternoon, and the large number,
spect. The cortege was fully half a mile in
length, residents of all parte of the district
being present. The body was enclosed in a
grave. Mr. N. Doyle was the undertaker.
dering to the family our sincere sympathy in
|Death of Mr. M. Morrison. (Article), The Campbelltown Herald (NSW : 1880 - 1919), Wednesday 14 September 1898 page Article||2013-05-24 18:43||lipwii^^^ii
IT ia with Mings of Terj deep regrul.tlat we
Morrfsiin, who for ten or twelve'yesra occop'iedi
ihe p--»itiuQ--f caretaker on thojSydney WatRr
triot; fruH-ltnown, and raspeotsd by all claBaei
«f the: iioinmnnf tjrfr- £flii TtjUoi-ss, ; lAlohStoSk
Ihe ;f6nn *»f «ti jueqraule internal ,%u£$ii!pte
jextend^d »v«r sufcie three ^an, and though to
4i^er^ Vaiich, he bore hia trials with CbrisliaD
fortitude.^ Mr. Morrison was A cpnBciebtions,
straight»forward-man, and was ajso pbasessea
of mafiy other K»bil qualities, and 1iis death ii
trierefure- rerf innch regretted. '..?: -He xips 4S-
years. of ago, and leaves a widow and two
children to mtiurn their loss, ^
The funeral took plnce kin Friday afternoon, '
and was unnif ronsly nttended. The Ibdy,
famished by Mr. 73. Doyle, was interred in tho
It.0. Cemetery. The Rev, Father Dnnne
priatH lines. . -. . -* ?
Id common with their many friends, we offer!
theliereaved family our sincere sympathy. ' '^
|Death of Mr. M. Morrison
It is with feelings of very deep regret that we
chronicle the death of Mr. Michael Morrison, which sad event took place at his residence,
Menangle road, Campbelltown, at about four
o'clock on Wednesday afternoon last. Mr
Morrison, who for ten or twelve years occupied
the position of caretaker on the Sydney Water Supply Canal, was an old resident of the dis
trict, well known, and respected by all classes
of the community. His illness, which took
the form of an incurable internal complaint,
extended over since three years, and though he
suffered much, he bore his trials with Christian
fortitude. Mr. Morrison was a conscientious
straight forward-man, and was also possessed
of many other good qualities, and his death is
therefore very much regretted. He was 43
years of age, and leaves a widow and two
children to mourn their loss.
The funeral took place on Friday afternoon,
and was numerously attended. The body,
fumished by Mr. N. Doyle, was interred in the
R.C. Cemetery. The Rev, Father Dunne
In common with their many friends, we offer
the bereaved family our sincere sympathy.
|Death, of Mr. Robert Lack. (Article), The Campbelltown Herald (NSW : 1880 - 1919), Wednesday 11 December 1901 page Article||2013-05-24 18:32||Death of 1b. fiobert Look.
On Satnrday . last, at about -midday^ the
of Appin-road. Mr. Lack had 'been ill for a,
long time, and -was unable to get any relief
from his sufferings which were the cause- of
Jiome, however. He was a native of the
vice. ' ?'
|Death of Mr. Robert Lack.
On Satnrday last, at about midday, the
of Appin-road. Mr. Lack had been ill for a
long time, and was unable to get any relief
from his sufferings which were the cause of
home, however. He was a native of the
|Death of Mr. W. W. Lees. (Article), The Campbelltown Herald (NSW : 1880 - 1919), Wednesday 13 December 1899 page Article||2013-05-24 18:15||DeatlofMr. W\ W\Le90.
We have, with regret, to record the,,death of
person of Mr. W. VV. Lees. Mr. L^es had
been ailing for five oi six mnnlhs; but it was
only on Friday last that lie took to his bed.
Medical aid was in .vain. He gradually sank,
breathed his last. The canse of death was
senile decay. Decea8ed,;Who was 66 years old ,
came to the colony 45 years ago. and has been
a resident of Catnpbrlitown for 35 years. - ,
The faneral tortk place yeSturday -afternoon,
Cepetery, ,TJie,bnrial Berwce wa| read by the,
?IWr. VGnstaviis ThonipBon, .and, ifee funeral
jwranfeMfo^^rrcarrisd out'by Atessra. Gee
andiiBoWer.'/':-^:^.;-,-/- ?.^.'?f '?'.'''?^
|Death of Mr. W. W. Lees
We have, with regret, to record the death of
person of Mr. W. W. Lees. Mr. Lees had
been ailing for five or six months; but it was
only on Friday last that he took to his bed.
Medical aid was in vain. He gradually sank,
breathed his last. The cause of death was
senile decay. Deceased, who was 66 years old,
came to the colony 45 years ago, and has been
a resident of Campbelltown for 35 years.
The funeral took place yesterday afternoon,
Cemetery. The burial service was read by the
Rev. Gustavas Thompson, and, the funeral
arrangements were carrisd out by Messrs. Gee
|Death of Mr. W. Day. (Article), The Campbelltown Herald (NSW : 1880 - 1919), Wednesday 9 January 1901 page Article||2013-05-24 18:09||It U with regret that mjreoord ttoi^Mtlt, pi
Mr.Wm. D»y, -*n old and Wghlyrf#n)Sc^»
midftBt of ton district, wbloh took j-ft-» &
the Jolly JfliHer Hotel (of which is was gJte
licensee) \»p on Satyrflay Aignt, 2?fch PfMtf
tor. Mr-^ayWUlMM ^tended ov*r-£e*
three *oeks,-iijt bh «onditiola«p4o- j£$&
time before bis death was «upji*?-to give Jip
muse lor ?larm. Tte natural^ bisTcomplaint
was congestion of tbe 3ung«. The ftmergl,
body being interred tn tbe R.O, Cemetery at
Appin, Jfceooffio wasoovered ir|th £orjt|
tributes vent by sympathising friends. The
Rev. Father Haurahan conducted the burial
48 year* of age at the time of his death,
much sympathy is expressed in tbBir bereave
3*fe tfJ&^W. fey.
|It is with regret that we record the death of
Mr.Wm. D»y, an old and highly respected
resident of this district, which took place at
the Jolly Miller Hotel (of which he was the
licensee) late on Saturday night, 29th Decem
ber. Mr. Day's illness extended over some
three weeks, but his condition up to a short
time before his death was such as to give no
cause for alarm. The nature of his complaint
was congestion of the lungs. The funeral
body being interred in the R.C, Cemetery at
Appin, The coffin was covered with floral
tributes sent by sympathising friends. The
Rev. Father Hanrahan conducted the burial
49 years of age at the time of his death,
much sympathy is expressed in their bereave
Death of Mr. W. Day
|Death of Mr. Robert Payne. (Article), The Campbelltown Herald (NSW : 1880 - 1919), Wednesday 12 February 1902 page Article||2013-05-24 18:02||Lithgow-street, OampbeUtown, last Sunday
||Lithgow-street, Campbelltown, last Sunday
|Death of Mr. Robert Payne. (Article), The Campbelltown Herald (NSW : 1880 - 1919), Wednesday 12 February 1902 page Article||2013-05-24 18:02||Su.th.of ICr. Bobert Payne.
whioh sad event occurred at bis residence;
gentiemau was 47 years of agijg He formerly
resided at Gonlburn, bat three and a half years
?go was removed to Campbelltovn, where he
tact: Some lifctls time back he contracted the
relief. 'Deceased leaves a wife and young
ay * afternoon, the body being taken to
Waverley for interment. *
|Death of Mr. Robert Payne.
which sad event occurred at bis residence;
gentiemau was 47 years of age. He formerly
resided at Gonlburn, but three and a half years
go was removed to Campbelltovn, where he
tact. Some lifctls time back he contracted the
relief. Deceased leaves a wife and young
ay afternoon, the body being taken to
Waverley for interment.
|Death of Mr. T. Fi[?]bbin. (Article), The Campbelltown Herald (NSW : 1880 - 1919), Wednesday 20 April 1904 page Article||2013-05-23 19:53||DwttofMr.T.ritwiblxm.
Toe 'ifeath* of Mr. Tinwthy, Fitagib'bon,
which -Stx* »koe^*t his jeidence, Appio
ifcetiwfrjok .*K^^-y«s^taffa»bly sad
den, Mr. FiS^bo^beiai jAout the *W
ing ig&ssiBtMwe-wairsoon fortbooBiit-g- «m-l
tiiefgpeiit w*a «iratt--a drink, %ut r*i$b?at
lfimerjek, Ji&wQ, and was £7 years of *gs.
Be sWne to Jhw^tafce in 1851, lind.wn
amva\ aetHea Jor^meiiinB yeawat^lac
&rafe3$eldB &isnbs0qnenyyr8movwi to
P^selltowii.^Jiere lie mgftgod in farming
*?E»dtojw4.?WW^ nas'twddwJKVfir ^ince.
Bk wife -pre^Jeceased bim tbnfceen years,
ijjWiOf tho family of seven, four are Jiving
Damely, Mr. Patrick PitegiKbon, wlio is in
? *»#?_ W... ? *»'t —I.I ? #^ ? LJII ?
TOoro^'iur. « nines j?i«cgiouuiL, ^juwpinvLvuwu ,
and fte Misses Susan and Mary Fitegibbon,
both of CarapbelltotFo The late Mr Fitz
gibbon possessed many stei'ling qualities, and
wns ?Consequently held inJtigh esteem by a
large circle of friends It is worthy of note
iota}*- abstinence from Father Mathew, the
on Friday afternoon was . very largely
vice at the grave. ' i .-??
|Death of Mr. T. Fitzgibbon.
The death of Mr. Timothy Fitzgibbon,
which took place at his residence, Appin
road, last week, removes a very old resident of
the district. The end was remarkable sud
den. Mr Fitzgibbon being out the place in his usual state of health till bed time on Wednesday night. Shortly after retiring, however, he was seized with a fit of cough
ing. Assistance was soon forthcoming and
the patient was given a drink, but without warning he collapsed and quickly passed away, death being due to heart failure. The late Mr. Fitzgibbon was born in County
Limerick, Ireland, and was 87 years of age.
He came to this State in 1851, and on
arrival settled for some nine years at Mac
quarie Fields. He subsequently removed to
Campbelltown, where he engaged in farming
pursuits and where he has resided ever since.
His wife predeceased him thirteen years ;
but of the family of seven, four are living,
namely, Mr. Patrick Fitzgibbon, Campbelltown, who is in
more; Mr. James Fitzgibbon, Campbelltown;
and the Misses Susan and Mary Fitzgibbon,
both of Campbelltown. The late Mr. Fitz
gibbon possessed many sterling qualities, and
was consequently held in high esteem by a
large circle of friends. It is worthy of note
total abstinence from Father Mathew, the
on Friday afternoon was very largely
vice at the grave.
|Death of Mr. R. S. Inglis. (Article), The Campbelltown Herald (NSW : 1880 - 1919), Wednesday 7 September 1904 page Article||2013-05-23 19:42||Death of Mr. R. S. Inglis.
||Death of Mr. R. H. Inglis.
|Death of Mr. R. S. Inglis. (Article), The Campbelltown Herald (NSW : 1880 - 1919), Wednesday 7 September 1904 page Article||2013-05-23 19:41||Death of Mr. R. S. Xnglis.
Mb. R. H. Inglis, the well-known auctioneer,
died at his residence, ' Blair Gowrie,' near
contemporary says : ' The deceased was per
haps the best known personality in. the dig
hi tuu) uin uugiuVAJs no uu auuiuuuvA/i uiiuijlIJa
Mr. Inglis hod been ailing for some months
all his life in a, sphere of usefulness from
whioh he will be sadly missed.'
|Death of Mr. R. S. Inglis.
Mr. R. H. Inglis, the well-known auctioneer,
died at his residence, "Blair Gowrie," near
contemporary says : "The deceased was per
haps the best known personality in the dis
trict, his business as an auctioneer bringing
Mr. Inglis had been ailing for some months
all his life in a sphere of usefulness from
which he will be sadly missed.
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