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7961 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 11 November 1925, page 14

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JOHNSTON. - November 7, at Spring Hill, Windsor, N.S.W., James Bligh, dearly loved husband of Eliza Johnston. Interred at Ebenezer Cemetery, November 8, 1925. 
JOHNSTON, James Bligh II (I10889)
 
7962 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 12 September 1894, page 1

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COBCROFT - In loving memory of my dear wife Amanda
Cobroft who died 12th September, 1892. Inserted by
her loving husband George. 
BARNETT, Amanda Emma (I19572)
 
7963 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 13 July 1859, page 7

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JOHNSTON.-July 4th, at the residence of son, at Portland Head, Mrs. Johnston, senior, in the ninety first year of her age. 
BEARD, Mary (I10843)
 
7964 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 14 April 1852, page 3

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BIRTHS
On Wednesday, the 7th instant, at Hope Farm, Caddie, Mrs. Thomas Arndell, jun., of a son. 
ARNDELL, James Thomas (I12398)
 
7965 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 14 March 1928, page 14

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PAULL. - March 13, 1928, at his residence, Vermont, Pitt Town, Arthur John, dearly beloved husband of Sarah Louisa Paull, aged 56 years. 
PAULL, Arthur John (I12517)
 
7966 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 14 October 1931, page 12

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COUNTRY NEWS.
DEATH OF MR. S. A. TUCKERMAN.
WINDSOR, Tuesday
The death has occurred at Sackville Reach of Mr. Stephen Adolphus Tuckerman at the age of 70 years. Mr. Tuckerman was one of the Hawkesbury district's most successful orchardists, owning large tracts of orchard land along the Hawkesbury River. He was born in Ipswich, Queensland, and had lived almost all his life on the Hawkesbury. He was brilliant at sport as a youth, and later in life took a keen interest in politics. He was a member of the council of the Hawkesbury District Agricultural Association, and for many years a churchwarden at St. Thomas's Church, Sackville. 
TUCKERMAN, Stephen Adolphus (I19761)
 
7967 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 15 August 1855, page 8

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On the 14th instant, by special license, at the Wesleyan Chapel, Chippendale, by the Rev. H. H. Gand, Mr. Alfred Clissold, of Redfern, to Rebecca Sarah, fourth daughter of John Neale, Esq., late of Berrima. 
Family F30142
 
7968 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 15 August 1945, page 16

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COBCROFT.-August 13, 1945, at her residence, 9 Cooper Street, Strathfield, Gertrude, widow of R. W. Cobcroft of Windsor, in her 88th year. Privately interred August 14, 1945 at St Matthew's Cemetery Windsor. 
BUSHELL, Gertrude (I19455)
 
7969 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 15 March 1854, page 5

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At the residence of her parents, on Friday, the 24th ultimo, Margaret Matilda, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Johnston, of New Berwick, Portland Head, aged nine years and three months. 
JOHNSTON, Margaret Matilda (I10970)
 
7970 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 16 April 1873, page 1

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On the 8th instant, at Wesleyan Parsonage, Wagga Wagga, the wife of the Rev. K. A. CORNER, of a son. 
CORNER, William (I19781)
 
7971 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 16 August 1950, page 30

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JOHNSTON, Theodore Hall. - August 13, 1950, at hospital, late of 9 McKye Street, Waverton, husband of Elsie and father of Dora (Mrs. P. Reynolds), second son of the late James Henry and Mary Hall Johnston, of Pitt Town, Windsor, aged 78 years. Privately cremated. 
JOHNSTON, Theodore Hall (I12530)
 
7972 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 17 February 1909, page 8

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TEAMSTER'S DEATH.
CRUSHED BENEATH HIS WAGGON
BATEMAN'S BAY, Tuesday.
Albert Windley, a young man engaged driving a horse team drawing sleepers from Benandarah to Bateman's Bay, was killed through the loaded dray capsizing on him while coming down a rather steep hill beyond Benandarah this afternoon. Deceased was discovered by another team shortly afterwards.

The North Western Advocate and the Emu Bay Times, Friday 19 February 1909, page 3

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A YOUTH KILLED.
SYDNEY, Thursday. - Albert Windley, aged 19, was killed through a wagon loaded with sleepers capsizing, near Bateman's Bay. The lad's father witnessed the accident.

Northern Star, Tuesday 23 February 1909, page 2

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LOAD OF SLEEPERS CAPSIZE.
Particulars regarding the death of Albert Windley, aged 19, at Bateman's Bay, show that it occurred before his father's eyes. The latter, Walter Windley, states that he and his son were coming into the bay with a loaded waggon drawn by three horses, and on a steep cutting, where the road is narrow, met a bullock waggon going in the opposite direction. The horses began to get beyond control, and the lad ran to them. The father called him back, as he could see that the waggon was just about to go over the bank. The lad turned, and started to run back, but, unfortunately, tripped on a piece of dead timber, and fell just as the waggon with its load of sleepers capsized. He was killed instantly. 
WINDLEY, Albert (I18731)
 
7973 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 18 December 1889, page 1

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JOHNSTON.-December 13, at her residence, Pitt Town, New South Wales, Mary, relict of the late William Johnston, sen., in her 87th year. 
HALL, Mary (I10835)
 
7974 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 18 December 1940, page 7

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GRAZIER'S 26,381 ESTATE.
The estate of Mr. Andrew Thomas Johnston, retired grazier, of Moree, who died on October 15 at the age of 84 years, was sworn for probate at 26,381 net. Mr. Johnston left his estate for the benefit of his wife and family. 
JOHNSTON, Andrew Thomas (I10863)
 
7975 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 19 June 1901, page 5

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A HEAVY FINE.
WINDSOR, Tuesday.
Senior-sergeant Boyd and his officers, Constables McCarty and Byers, made a raid on the premises of the Commercial Hotel, Windsor, on Thursday last, the 14th instant, where they found two stills in working order, one being in full work at the time of the seizure. When the police arrived at the hotel on Thursday, they found the gate leading into the yard locked. Arthur Cobcroft, the licensee of the hotel, being in the yard. Senior-sergeant Boyd demanded admittance, and Cobcroft asked the sergeant to wait until he got the keys and opened the gate. Constables McCarty and Byers immediately scaled the fence and called upon Cobcroft to stand, and kept him until the sergeant went round and gained admittance through the hotel. The premises were then searched, and the two stills with a quantity of foment and spirit in several stages were seized and taken possession of. Arthur Cobcroft, the licensee of the hotel, was arrested and brought before the Police Court this morning, and charged with keeping a still for distilling spirits without first having a license for keeping the same from the Colonial Treasurer, or other person appointed by the Governor. Mr. R. B. Walker appeared for the accused, who pleaded guilty. Mr. Walker asked the Bench to inflict the lowest penalty as it was the first offence, but the Bench fined the accused £100 and costs, or in default 12 months' hard labor in Parramatta Gaol. The Bench compliment Senior-sergeant Boyd and his officers upon the successful manner in which the raid was carried out. 
COBCROFT, Arthur (I19449)
 
7976 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 19 November 1952, page 28

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ARNDELL Alicia Louisa - November 17, 1952, at her residence Killara, beloved wife of the late A. S. Arndell and loved mother of Mary Dorothy and Nancy. 
ARNDELL, Alicia Louisa (I12423)
 
7977 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 2 February 1949, page 24

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HEARD, Thomas John Henry. - February 1, 1949, at a private hospital, Sydney, of Clermont, Queensland, dearly loved husband of Anne, and dear father of Harper, Stella (Mrs. E. Norman) Vaughan, and Clive, aged 75 years.
Queensland papers please copy. 
HEARD, Thomas John Henry (I19086)
 
7978 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 2 July 1879, page 1

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CORNER. - June 29, at Terara, the wife of the Rev. K. A. Corner, of a son. 
CORNER, Norman Jones (I19782)
 
7979 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 23 August 1950, page 30

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JOHNSTON, Ebenezer James. - August 22, 1950, of Sackville North, dear father of Herb, Mary (Mrs. Books), Ivy (Mrs. Books), Vic, Arthur, Amy (Mrs. Bailey), and Alf, aged 80 years. 
JOHNSTON, Ebenezer James (I10875)
 
7980 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 23 June 1954, page 32

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CORNER, William (Rev.). - June 22, 1954, at his residence, 26 Dickson Avenue, West Ryde, dearly beloved husband of Sophia May and dear father of Owen, Sheldon, and Joyce, eldest son of the late Rev. and Mrs. K. A. Corner, in his 82nd year. 
CORNER, William (I19781)
 
7981 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 23 June 1954, page 32

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CORNER. -The Relatives and Friends of the late Rev. WILLIAM CORNER of 26 Dickson Avenue, West Ryde, are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave St Columb's Church of England Church, West Ryde, This Afternoon after a service commencing at 2.45 o'clock for the Northern Suburbs Crematorium (Floral tributes to church.)
MOTOR FUNERALS LTD A.F.D.A.
8 East Parade, Eastwood WL1955 
CORNER, William (I19781)
 
7982 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F30672
 
7983 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 24 July 1912, page 16

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ARNDELL - On July 21, 1912 at Windsor, James Thomas, of Caddie, eldest son of the late Thomas Arndell, of Caddie and Macquarie, near Pitt Town, in his 61st year. Interment at Windsor this day, Wednesday, at 3.30 p.m. 
ARNDELL, James Thomas (I12398)
 
7984 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 25 January 1933, page 10

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CLISSOLD - January 23, 1933 at his residence, "Terrigal", 18 Woodlands street, Marrickville, George Archibald Clissold, dearly beloved husband of Esther and loved father of Alice (deceased), Bessie, Arthur, George (Ern), Florrie and Alf, aged 81 years. 
CLISSOLD, George Archibald (I18055)
 
7985 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 25 January 1933, page 9

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CLISSOLD - The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. ESTHER CLISSOLD, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. CLISSOLD, and NORMAN, Mr G. E. CLISSOLD, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. CLISSOLD and FAMILY, Mr. and Mrs W. G. MINISTER and FAMILY, Mr. and Mrs. BRUCE ANDERSON and FAMILY, and Mr. W. DAVIS and GLADYS, are invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved HUSBAND, and their FATHER and GRANDFATHER, George Archibald Clissold, to leave his late residence, 18 Woodlands street, Marrickville, THIS AFTERNOON at 2.15, for Methodist Cemetery, Rookwood, Section 2. Friends travelling by Funeral Train leaving Mortuary Station at 1.52, please alight at No 2 Platform.
MOTOR FUNERALS LIMITED.
Tele. M6277 30 City-road, city.

CLISSOLD - The Relatives and Friends of Mr. CHARLES CLISSOLD. Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM CLISSOLD, Mr. and Mrs. SAMUEL CLISSOLD, Mrs. EMMA BLAMIRE, Mr. and Mrs. WILLIAM DUNN, and Mrs. ELLEN CLISSOLD, and FAMILIES are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved BROTHER and UNCLE, George Archibald Clissold, to leave his late residence, 18 Woodlands street, Marrickville, THIS AFTERNOON at 2.15, for Methodist Cemetery Rookwood. 
CLISSOLD, George Archibald (I18055)
 
7986 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 26 August 1936, page 11

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ARNDELL.-The Relatives end Friends of the late ANDREW JOHNSTON ARNDELL, of Roseville, and late of Hope Farm, Cattai, are kindly invited to attend his Funeral; to leave Wood Coffill's Funeral Parlours, 810 George-street, city. THIS (Wednesday) MORNING, at 9.30 o'clock, for the Presbyterian Cemetery, Ebenezer. Cortege will travel per Pacific Highway.
J. W. CHANDLER, Funeral Director. Windsor 16. 
ARNDELL, Andrew Johnston (I12400)
 
7987 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 26 July 1916, page 10

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SUTTOR. - July 24, 1916, at his residence, Cultowa, Riverstone, George Thomas Suttor, late of Chelsea, Baulkham Hills, aged 87 years. Interment at Rookwood, this day, on arrival of funeral train leaving Sydney 1.55. Friends stop at No. 1 Mortuary. 
SUTTOR, George Thomas (I13192)
 
7988 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 26 July 1933, page 17

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MR. J. E. JOYCE.
Mr James E. Joyce, an old-time Rugby Union football representative, known in his playing days as "Bull" Joyce, died at his residence in Wolds-avenue, Hurstville, on Monday, and was buried yesterday at Woronora cemetery. He was 61 years of age. Mr. Joyce was a member of the old Glebe Club. He was a dashing forward and a splendid goal-kicker. He played for Australia against New Zealand in 1903, and for New South Wales against Queensland from 1899 to 1902, and against New Zealand in 1903. 
JOYCE, James Emerton (I2201)
 
7989 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 26 June 1940, page 8

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OBITUARY.
MATRON J. B. JOHNSTON.
The death took place at a private hospital on Sunday of Matron Julia Bligh Johnston, formerly of Miranda. She was a nurse in two wars, and had been a sister at Sydney Hospital.
With Sister E J Gould who was also attached to the staff of the Sydney Hospital, Nurse Johnston served throughout the Boer War as an army nurse. She became a matron and again served for the duration of the Great War, 1914-18 working in Egypt, France and England.
On her return to Australia she was attached to the Board of Health and was connected with ambulance work, and for many years was nursing sister of the Australian Jockey Club. Since her retirement, she had living privately at Miranda.
Matron Johnston was descended from Colonel Johnston, who came to Australia with Governor Bligh after whom she was named. 
JOHNSTON, Julia Bligh (I13038)
 
7990 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 28 August 1878, page 1

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JOHNSTON. - August 20, at his residence, Pitt Town, William Johnson, sen., aged 83. 
JOHNSTON, William (I10834)
 
7991 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 28 January 1880, page 1

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COBCROFT-BARNETT. - January 17, at Christ Church, Sydney, by the Rev C. F. Garnsey, George, second son of the late G. A. Cobcroft, of Wilberforce, to Amanda Emma, eldest daughter of Benjamin Barnett, Windsor. 
Family F30722
 
7992 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 28 June 1939, page 14

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COBCROFT. - June 27, 1939, at the Western Suburbs Hospital, Mary Ellen, relict of Enoch John Cobcroft, and loving mother of Ralph Connyng, Wilfred Norman, Geoffrey Stewart (deceased), Maurice Stewart (deceased), and Elinor Jacqueline (Mrs K. Trenbath). 
EDWARDS, Mary Ellen (I19580)
 
7993 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 3 April 1872, page 1

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On the 27th March, at Pitt Town, by the Rev. David Moore, M.A., GEORGE SMITH GREENWELL, of Brisbane, to EMMA AMELIA, fifth daughter of WILLIAM JOHNSTON, sen., Pitt Town. 
Family F27860
 
7994 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I19573)
 
7995 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 3 December 1913, page 17

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IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES - Probate Jurisdiction. - In the Estate of ARTHUR CHARLES MACQUARIE BOWMAN, late of Kurrajong Heights, in the State of New South Wales, Gentleman deceased, intestate. - Application will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Administration of the Estate of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to PERCIVAL STEPHEN BOWMAN, one of the Sons of the said deceased, and that the Administration Bond be dispensed with; and creditors are required to forthwith send in particulars of their claims to, and all notices may be served at the office of the undersigned. Dated this first day of December,1913. BOYCE and MAGNEY. Solicitors for the Applicant, 91 Elizabeth-street, Sydney. 
BOWMAN, Arthur Charles Macquarie (I20052)
 
7996 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 30 December 1931, page 7

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JOHNSTON-The Relatives and Friends of the late Miss AMELIA MAY JOHNSTON are invited to attend her Funeral to leave her late residence, Bona Vista, Pitt Town, TOMORROW (Thursday) at 2.30 p.m. for the Presbyterian Cemetery at Ebenezer, arriving at Cemetery at 3. 45 p.m. (motor funeral).
METCALFE and MORRIS (Amal ) LTD., Phones UW8891 (3 lines) Parramatta. 
JOHNSTON, Amelia May (I12593)
 
7997 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 31 October 1951, page 30

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JOYCE - The Relatives and Friends of Mr. H. H. Joyce and Family, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Jenkins, Mr. H. N. Joyce. Mr. and Mrs. L. Davis and Family are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly loved Father and Grandfather, HENRY JOSEPH to leave our Chapel, 32 Railway Parade, Burwood, This Wednesday, at 1.30 p.m., for Methodist Cemetery Rookwood.
WOOD COFFILL LIMITED. UJ4143 
JOYCE, Henry Joseph (I2192)
 
7998 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 4 July 1945, page 16

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HARRIS.-July 3, 1945, at her daughter's residence (Mrs. M. F. Colbran), of 26 Millett Street, Hurstville, Nurse Amelia Ann Harris, relict of the late George Harris, and dearly loved mother of Mildred (Mrs. Colbran) Frederick (deceased), Edward, and Frances (Mrs. Arthur), age 81 years. At rest. 
JOYCE, Amelia Ann (I2231)
 
7999 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 4 July 1945, page 16

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HARRIS.-The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. M. Colbran, Mr. and Mrs. E. Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. H. Arthur, and their Families, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly beloved Mother, their dear Mother-in-law, and Grandmother, Amelia Ann Harris; to leave our Private Chapel, 2 Carrington Avenue, Hurstville, This Afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, for the Presbyterian Cemetery, Woronora. Labor Motor Funerals Limited, 2 Carrington Avenue. Hurstville. Phone, LU1358. 
JOYCE, Amelia Ann (I2231)
 
8000 The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 5 November 1924, page 12
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CLISSOLD.-In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Private H. W. Clissold, died of wounds in France November 5, 1917, eldest son Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Clissold. 
CLISSOLD, Herbert William (I18107)
 

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