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7881 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 17 October 1940, page 6

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BLAMIRE.-October 16, 1940, at 8 Harriett Street, Marrickville, Emma, Jane, relict of the late Richard Blamire. and loving mother of John, Arch, Richard, Nell (Mrs. Farley), Essie (Mrs. L. Dibley), and Stanley, sister of Mr. W. Clissold and Mr. S. Clissold, and sister-in-law of Mrs. Ellen Clissold and Mr. W. Dunn, aged 82 years 
CLISSOLD, Emma Jane (I18053)
 
7882 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 19 June 1947, page 18

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IN the Estale of HENRY INGOLD late of Glennies Creek near Singleton in the State of New South Wales Dairy farmer deceased intestate. Application will be made after 14 days from the publication hereof that Administration of the Estate of the above named deceased may be granted to Henry Ingold John William Ingold and Robert Ingold the sons of the said deceased and that the usual Administration Bond may be dispensed with and all notices may be served at the undermentioned address. All creditors in the Estate of the said deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned A. B. Shaw & Co., Proctors for the Applicants, 1 William Street, Singleton. By their Agents, Shaw McDonald & Co., Castlereagh Street Sydney. 
INGOLD, Henry (I18327)
 
7883 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 19 June 1952, page 20

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SAINSBURY-The Relatives and Friends of the late OSCAR SAINSBURY are kindly invited to attend his Funeral to leave our Private Chapel 240 Oxford Street Paddington tomorrow (Friday) Morning at 11.15 o'clock for the Crematorium Eastern Suburbs. 
SAINSBURY, Oscar Henry (I976)
 
7884 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 20 February 1913, page 8

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COBCROFT. - February 13, at St. Vincent's Hospital, Amy Jane (Cissie), dearly beloved daughter of Ebenezer H. and Ann Cobcroft, 1 Broughton-street, Paddington, aged 21 years. Interred family vault, Windsor. 
COBCROFT, Amy Jane (Cissie) (I19674)
 
7885 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 20 July 1916, page 6

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JOHNSTON. - July 18, 1916, at her residence, Buena Vista, Pitt Town, Mary, beloved wife of James Henry Johnston, aged 67 years. 
HALL, Mary (I12528)
 
7886 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 20 March 1930, page 15

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MR. W. A. BEISSEL.
HAY, Wednesday.
Mr. William Arthur Beissel, Mayor of Hay, died this morning after a brief illness. Deceased, who was only 40 years of age, was serving his sixth term as mayor. He was the first native of the district to occupy that position, although the town has been incorporated for 58 years. He is survived by Mrs. Beissel and five daughters.


Riverina Recorder (Balranald, Moulamein, NSW : 1887 - 1944), Saturday 22 March 1930, page 2

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WILLIAM ARTHUR BEISSEL
Mr. William Arthur Beissel, Mayor of Hay, died early on Wednesday morning last.
Deceased, who had been suffering from Bright's disease, had been in indlfferent health for sometime past and was carrying out his civic duties under abnormal difficulties. He was highly respected by everyone who knew him.
Deceased, who was born in Hay in the year 1890, was comparatively only a young man, and never lost an opportunity in boosting the town.
Over eighty motor cars followed the cortege to the Methodist portion of the Hay cemetery. The Masonic service was read by the W.M., Mr. A. C. Welsh, assisted by the Chaplain, Mr. T. F. Cook. Mr. McCracken, Deputy District Grand Master, read the Manchester Unity service.
There were many beautiful wreaths and floral tributes. 
BEISSEL, William Arthur (I17972)
 
7887 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 21 February 1901, page 1

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COBCROFT. - February 20, at Sydney, Matilda Jane, third daughter of late John Cobcroft, Charlton, Singleton. Funeral at Broke, Friday, February 22. 
COBCROFT, Matilda Jane (I19352)
 
7888 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 22 October 1942, page 8

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BURKINSHAW - October 21, 1942 at her daughter's (Mrs. J. Muir) residence, 1 Forrest Street, Bulli, Catherine Burkinshaw, relict of the late Frederick Burkinshaw and beloved mother of Nancy (Mrs. W. Burke), Lila (Mrs. F. Stephens), Ada (Mrs. G. Shaw), Arthur, Fred, Eva (Mrs. D. McLennon), and Dorothy (Mrs. J. Muir), aged 85 years. 
ANDREWS, Catherine (I18063)
 
7889 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 23 October 1924, page 10

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CARTER'S FATAL INJURIES
LISMORE, Wednesday.
Walter Windley, an employee of Terania Shire, employed carting metal from the crusher at the stone shoot, was standing on the shaft of his vehicle when he slipped between the shaft and the horse. The animal became frightened, and bolted, kicking the unfortunate man, who was dragged along. He eventually slipped to the ground, and the cart, half loaded with metal, passed over his body. Windley, when conveyed to Lismore District Hospital, was found to be suffering from compound fractures of both legs, fractured collarbone, and fractured ribs. He died later. 
WINDLEY, Walter Anthony (I18074)
 
7890 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 27 April 1882, page 1

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SUTTOR.-April 25, at Chelsea Park, Baulkham Hills, Jane, relict of the late G. B. Suttor, in her 70th year. 
JOHNSTON, Jane (I10938)
 
7891 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 28 April 1932, page 10

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Mrs Henrietta Windley, aged 77, an old resident of the district, died at Wollongbar.

Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954) Tue 26 Apr 1932 Page 4

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MRS. H. WINDLEY
Mrs. Henrietta Windley, aged 77 years, died at the residence of her son-in-law, Mr. A. Thistleton, of Wollongbar, yesterday. The late Mrs. Windley was a resident of the district for many years. Her husband predeceased her seven years ago. 
ANDREWS, Henrietta Ann (I18062)
 
7892 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 28 July 1887, page 1

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GREENWELL.-July 19, at her residence, Chester Cottage, Windsor, the wife of C. S. Greenwell, of a son. 
GREENWELL, Harold Stuart (I12673)
 
7893 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 28 November 1940, page 5

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FARLOW - The Internment of the late HENRY THOMAS FARLOW is appointed to take place in the Church of England Cemetery, Windsor, THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON, after service in Church commencing at 2 15 o'clock.
J. W. CHANDLER. Funeral Director
Phone. Windsor 16.

FARLOW The Relatives and Friends of Mr. HAROLD FARLOW - Mr. A. FARLOW and FAMILIES and Mr. and Mrs. R. RAE are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved BROTHER, BROTHER-IN-LAW, and UNCLE Henry Farlow (late of Windsor). For Funeral see family notice.

FARLOW - The Officers and Brethren of the ROYAL PRINCE OF WALES LODGE, No 9, MUIOOF, are requested to attend the Funeral of their late Bro. HENRY THOMAS FARLOW. For further particulars see family notice. 
FARLOW, Henry Thomas (I19634)
 
7894 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 29 November 1894, page 1

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES - Probate Jurisdiction
The Will of JOHN FAULKS, late of Milton, in the colony of New South Wales, Farmer, deceased. APPLICATION will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Codicil af the abovenamed deceased may be granted to JOHN McARTHUR, of Shoalhaven, in the said colony, Storekeeper, and HENRY CARRINGTON BLACKBURN, of Milton aforesaid, Storekeeper, the Executors named in the said Will GEORGE HENRY MASON, Proctor for the Applicants, Milton. By his Agent, DAVID M. MYERS, 28 Castlereagh street, Sydney. 
FAULKS, John F (I18692)
 
7895 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 3 December 1908, page 8

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COBCROFT. - December 2, 1908, at his residence, 120 Hereford-street, Forest Lodge, David Cobcroft, J.P., chemist, dearly beloved father of Netta Tepper, Jeannie, and T. Cobcroft, aged 74 year. At rest. 
COBCROFT, David (I19332)
 
7896 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 31 December 1931, page 6


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JOHNSTON -December 29 1931, at a private hospital, Darlinghurst, Amelia May, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Johnston, of Bona Vista, Vermont, Pitt Town. 
JOHNSTON, Amelia May (I12593)
 
7897 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 31 October 1907, page 6

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DEATHS.
ARNDELL. - October 30, 1907, at his residence, Macquarie, Pitt Town, Thomas Arndell, in his 83rd year. Funeral this day (Thursday), passing Windsor 11 a.m., en route to Ebenezer. 
BAND, Wilhelmine (I17355)
 
7898 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 31 October 1907, page 6

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DEATHS.
ARNDELL. - October 30, 1907, at his residence, Macquarie, Pitt Town, Thomas Arndell, in his 83rd year. Funeral this day (Thursday), passing Windsor 11 a.m., en route to Ebenezer. 
ARNDELL -  III, Thomas (I12396)
 
7899 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 5 December 1878, page 1

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PIDGEON - COBCROFT. - November 20, at the residence of the bride's sister, by the Rev. J. F. Cullen. Thomas, fifth son of the Rev. Nathaniel Pidgeon, to Emily Louisa, youngest daughter of the late R. W. Cobcroft, Wilberforce. 
Family F30647
 
7900 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 5 October 1933, page 11

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CLISSOLD-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. WESLEY CLISSOLD, Mr. and Mrs. C. HANKIN and FAMILY, and Mr. and Mrs. J. S. CLISSOLD and FAMILY are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved WIFE and their DAUGHTER, DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, and SISTER Lois Esme Clissold to leave the Baptist Church, Victoria-road, West Ryde this AFTERNOON after Service commencing at 2.30 for Baptist Cemetery, Field of Mars.
MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED 
HANKIN, Lois Esme (I18155)
 
7901 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 7 August 1930, page 10

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JOHNSTON. - August 6, 1930, at her residence, Spring Hill near Windsor, Eliza Hall Johnston, widow of the late James Bligh Johnston. 
HALL, Eliza Mary (I10890)
 
7902 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 7 November 1907, page 10

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Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Will of THOMAS ARNDELL, late of Cattai, Pitt Town, in the State of New South Wales, Farmer, deceased.-Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to ANDREW JOHNSTON ARNDELL and ALBERT WILLIAM ARNDELL, the Executors named in the said Will; and all notices may he served at the offices of the undersigned. WM. WALKER and SON, Solicitors, Windsor. 
BAND, Wilhelmine (I17355)
 
7903 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 7 November 1907, page 10

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Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Will of THOMAS ARNDELL, late of Cattai, Pitt Town, in the State of New South Wales, Farmer, deceased.-Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to ANDREW JOHNSTON ARNDELL and ALBERT WILLIAM ARNDELL, the Executors named in the said Will; and all notices may he served at the offices of the undersigned. WM. WALKER and SON, Solicitors, Windsor. 
ARNDELL -  III, Thomas (I12396)
 
7904 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 8 July 1915, page 8

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BLAMIRE, In loving memory of my dear husband and father, Richard Blamire, who passed away at Marrickville, July 8, 1914 (suddenly). Inserted by his loving wife, Emma Blamire, and family. 
BLAMIRE, Richard (I18059)
 
7905 The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 8 September 1892, page 1

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TUCKERMAN. - September 6, at Bonbira, Mudgee, suddenly, from apoplexy, Stephen Edward Tuckerman, aged 64 years. 
TUCKERMAN, Stephen Edward (I20059)
 
7906 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 10 August 1920, page 5

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JOHNSTON. - The Relatives and Friends of Mr. E. JOHNSTON, of Pitt Town, Windsor, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his late dearly be loved WIFE, Elsie May, to leave her parents' residence, 59 O'Connor-street, Haberfield, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at 1.15 o'clock, for Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, via Ashfield Station. Friends join Funeral Train leaving Mortuary Station at 1.30 p.m., and alight at No. 4 Mortuary.
WOOD, COFFILL, LIMITED.

JOHNSTON.-The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. ANDERSON and FAMILY are kindly in vited to attend the Funeral of their late dearly, beloved DAUGHTER and SISTER, Elsie May Johnston; to leave 59 O'Connor-street, Haberfield, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at 1.15 o'clock, for Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, via Ashfield Station. 
ANDERSON, Elsie May (I12524)
 
7907 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 10 January 1905, p 6

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COBCROFT - On January 6th, at his residence Koreelah, Webber's road, Carlton, Enoch Cobcroft, aged 87 years 8 months. 
COBCROFT, Enoch (I19342)
 
7908 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 12 July 1853, page 2

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DIED.
At his residence, Wilberforce, on the 4th June last, Mr. John Cobcroft, aged 90 years, an old and much respected colonist, leaving an aged widow, three sons and five daughters, fifty-eight grand-children, and forty-seven great grand-children to deplore their loss. 
COBCROFT, John Frederick (I19285)
 
7909 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 13 August 1929, page 9

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CORNER. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. ELIZA MATILDA CORNER, Widow of the late Rev. KIRTON A. CORNER will leave St Georges Rectory, 2 Broughton street, Paddington, THIS (Tuesday) MORNING at 9.45 for Methodist Cemetery, Rookwood, by road. Motor funeral. Friends travelling by funeral train leaving Mortuary Station at 9.33 alight at No. 3 Mortuary and proceed direct to the grave in class 1.
W. CARTER, Undertaker, Waverley 
ROBINSON, Eliza Matilda (I19383)
 
7910 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 13 February 1872, page 1

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On the 12th instant, at her late residence, 175, South Head Road, MARGARET, the beloved wife of H. COBCROFT, aged 20 years. 
THOMPSON, Margaret (I19600)
 
7911 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 13 February 1872, page 10

THE FRIENDS of Mr. HENRY COBCROFT, Chemist, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late beloved WIFE, Margaret ; to move from his residence, South Head Road, near Bourke-street, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at half-past 2 o'clock for the Necropolis.
J. and G. SHYING and CO., 719, George-street South ; 120, South Head Road ; 60, Riley-street, Woolloomooloo ; and Abercrombie-street. 
THOMPSON, Margaret (I19600)
 
7912 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 13 May 1879, page 1

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COBCROFT.-May 6, at his residence, Wilberforce, George Alexander, fourth son of the late R. W. Cobcroft, Esq., aged 48 years.


The Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 22 May 1879, page 8

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COBCROFT. - May 6, Wilberforce, George Alexander Cobcroft, 48. 
COBCROFT, George Alexander (I19330)
 
7913 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 14 June 1949, page 14

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FARLOW - The Interment of the late CATHERINE ANN FARLOW of Freeman's Reach, is appointed to take place in St Matthew's Church of England Cemetery, Windsor, This (Tuesday) Afternoon after a Service in the Church commencing at 2 45 o'clock.
K. E. PRICE Funeral Director. Phone, 77 Richmond 
COBCROFT, Catherine Ann (I19546)
 
7914 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 14 June 1949, page 14

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FARLOW Catherine Ann - June 13, 1949, at her daughter's residence, Freeman s Reach, wife of the late James William Farlow; and dear mother of Amy (Mrs Cunningham Northern Rivers) Harold and Alwyn, of Leichhardt, Nellie (Mrs Ezzy), Reg. (George) and Arthur of Windsor, Ruby (Mrs Hibbert, Freeman's Reach), Fred (Penrith) James (Riverstone) and Harry (deceased). In her 90th year. 
COBCROFT, Catherine Ann (I19546)
 
7915 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F30132
 
7916 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 17 February 1885, page 1

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COBCROFT. - February 16, 1885, at his father's residence, Richmond, after a long and painful illness, Edward Benson, second beloved son of David and Mary Cobcroft, aged 20 years and three days.

Hawkesbury Chronicle and Farmers Advocate, Saturday 21 February 1885, page 3

DEATH. - At last poor Edward Benson Cobcroft has gone to rest, at the early age of twenty - let us hope in perpetual peace after his long, weary, and painful illness. The poor fellow was operated upon on Saturday, and appeared to be better, but the change came on Monday morning, and the old Reaper flourished his scythe with good affect, the poor lad breathing his last at ten minutes past eleven. There was a large funeral on Tuesday afternoon, for besides the relatives and a number of friends, ninety-two Public School boys walked in procession to the C. of E. cemetery, where the Rev. B,. E. Kemp, M.A., performed the last sad offices for the dead. It is almost impossible to express the great sorrow and pain of (he afflicted parents, - who have the warmest sympathy of the people all round the district. 
COBCROFT, Edward Benson (I19369)
 
7917 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 17 February 1885, page 14

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THE FRIENDS of DAVID and MARY COBCROFT are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their late SON, Edward Benson ; to move from his father's residence, Richmond, at half-past 2 o'clock THIS DAY (Tuesday), 17th instant.
W. T. PRICE, Undertaker. 
COBCROFT, Edward Benson (I19369)
 
7918 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 17 June 1913, page 7

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COBCROFT. - The Funeral of the late Mr. GEORGE HAMILTON COBCROFT (late of Windsor and Newcastle) will leave Sydney Railway, Station,THIS TUESDAY MORNING, by 8. 55 train for Windsor, thence on arrival to the C.of E. Cemetery.
F. W. HARTLEY, Undertaker. Joseph Frederick Coffill, Manager, Sydney and Suburbs. Telephone, 131 Newtown. 
COBCROFT, George Hamilton (I19552)
 
7919 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 17 October 1939, page 8

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JOYCE-The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. JOHN IRELAND are invited to attend the Funeral of their esteemed Friend ALEXANDER JOYCE, to leave our Chapel, 810 George Street, city, THIS TUESDAY, at 2 p.m., for Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood. 
JOYCE, Alexander Barton (I2232)
 
7920 The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 18 September 1923, page 8

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JOHNSTON.- September 17, 1923, at her residence, Pitt Town, Elizabeth, relict of the late John Johnston, mother of Lizzie, Andrew, Will, Sarah, Mat, Ebe, Ernest, and Ruby, aged 79 years. 
HALL, Elizabeth (I12511)
 

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