At the time of his death he was Grandfather to eleven grandchildren - Les, Pat, Kevin, Ronald, Owen, Barry, Elsie, Robert, Denis, Garry and Russell and Great Grandfather of Gregory.
The bushranger turned to fight.
In those days the station was without the overhead 'Super Centre' and one could stand in the sunshine and admire the roses.
Singapore,.2.42 Gifts of his, wife and son.This is typical of many local post offices as Australia Post has diversified now and one finds the local post office selling greeting cards, wrapping paper and toys along with sending parcels and selling stamps.They were to have seven children - James S born 1892 at Queanbeyan; Arthur L born 1895 at Goulburn died 1895; Edward A born 1896 at Cooma married 1920 Elizabeth S Hodge at Burwood; Jessie F born 1899 at Cooma married 1923 Henry W Trethewy.William re-erected the timber and iron into a comfortable cottage.For both, lifes pageant was gradually slipping by, but they did not fear the future.The family lived in Cronulla Street at the time of their father's death but they moved to "Loxley" Bassett Street for a few years and then to "Woodville" Forest Road.A scrum at centre, resulted in L Burge being sent of the field.They had two sons and two daughters - Walter Charles born 1888, Arthur Leslie born 1891, Bertha Mary born 1895 and Thelma Ivy born 1904 - all born at Woonona.He was survived by his wife, Florence and his son Gordon, who was a Lieutenant in the AIF and his daughter Betty.In 1882 Arthur Meynink had married Lilla Laura Solomons at Tamworth and they had two children - Muriel Lilla Laura born 1883 at Goulbum and Arthur Richard born 1886 at Moruya.
He also gave her a little fatherly advice.
The following year their first child, Florence M was born at St Peters.The prizes were donated by Brockhoffs Flour firm and Stronglite Aluminium Company.The rain had ceased temporarily and I went down the steps to the letterbox to collect my mail.Jesse left the Police Force because he developed kidney trouble.'We had been told to see that every civilian person was off the ship before leaving it ourselves Sister Betty Jeffrey later wrote, 'Believe me, we didn't waste time getting them overboard!' Matron Paschke, Sister Kathleen Kinsella (the sister-in-charge of the 2/4th CCS and ten.The shelter was accessible through a door in a central position in the store.About seventy relatives and friends were present to celebrate the couple's Golden Wedding Aniversary; for on William Charles Fripp, eldest son of Charles Tilley ebay gift certificates canada and Maria Fripp (nee Wheller) married Jean Grace Sleight, youngest daughter of William Sleight of Dalby, A'ld in the Hurstville Presbyterian.Kate's stepfather was working at the Bonshaw mine which was still yielding a good supply of gold, but he was later to lose his life in this mine.
A public subscription list had been opened and donations forwarded to the President, Mr irkby or the Hon Secretary, Mr arlow were duly acknowledged.