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51 Probate notice
ADCOCK Elizabeth of 61 Westbourne-gardens, Hove (wife of Sir Hugh Adcock knight) died 4 June 1908 Probate Lewes 22 July to Richard Edward Watkin cycle-maker and Richard Watkin Denyer auctioneer.
Effects £1817 10s 9d 
WATKIN Elizabeth (I166)
 
52 Probate
Guise-Moores Rosetta Lucy Hanwell of 41 Cavendish-road Bournemouth, widow, who died 19 July 1949 Probate London 15 October to James Edward Fasken MC Lieutenant-Colonel HM Army. Effects £125 15s. 
BAZALGETTE Rosetta Lucy Hanwell (I958)
 
53 Probate
Adcock, Dame Florence Beatrice of Nymet, Ringwood-road, Parkstone, Dorsetshire widow died 19 February 1927 Probate London 20 April to John Paul Adcock gentleman and Violet Manera spinster. Effects £10873 16s 8d.

There is a John Paul Adcock in the 1911 census born in Norfolk and he is aged 28 and a medical student living in Bristol. According to one family tree on Ancestry he is the son of John Adcock and Laura Margetson. Violet Manera was Florence's sister. 
MANERA Florence Beatrice (I167)
 
54 Probate
Helen Grace Rosalie Finlayson otherwise Helen Campbell otherwise Helen of 6 Westbourne Terrace London W2 (wife of Hugh Campbell Finlayson) died 14th April 1949 at The Paddington Hospital, Paddington London administration (with Will) London 4th March 1950 to the official Solicitor to the supreme Court of Judicture. Effects £3531.6s.7d 
TAYLOR Ellen Grace Rosalie (I2671)
 
55 SMH Thurs 9 July 1908
TAYLOR.-July 8, at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Helen Bruce, the beloved wife of J. Taylor, of 290 Unwin's Bridge-road, St, Peters.

SMH Fri 10 July 1908
TAYLOR - The friends of Mr JOHN TAYLOR are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late beloved wife Hellen Bruce; to move from her home, 290 Unwin?s Bridge-road St Peters at 2pm for Presbyterian Cemetery, via Sydenham Station.
   
The Friends of Mr and Mrs A WOOD and FAMILY are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of their late beloved DAUGHTER and sister, Hellen B Taylor to move from her late residence, 290 Unwin's Bridge-road, St Peters, THIS DAY at 2pm, for Presbyterian Cemetery, Sutherland, via Sydenham station.

The Friends of Mr and Mrs W URQUHART and Mr and Mrs S HUDSON are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved sister Mrs Hellen B Taylor to move from her late residence, 290 Unwin's Bridge road, St Peters, at 2pm for Presbyterian Cemetery, via Sydenham station.

The Friends of Mr and Mrs John TAYLOR Sen (of Illawarra road, Marrickville) are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved DAUGHTER-IN-LAW, Mrs Hellen Taylor to move from her late residence, 290 Unwin's Bridge-road, St Peters THIS DAY, at 2 pm, Presbyterian Cemetery, Sutherland, via Sydenham Station.

The Friends of Mr and Mrs J PUGH and Mr and Mrs GRIERSON are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved SISTER-IN-LAW, Mrs Hellen B Taylor to move from her late residence, 290 Unwin's Bridge-road, St Peters, THIS DAY, at 2 pm , for Presbyterian's Cemetery, Sutherland, via Sydenham Station. 
WOOD Helen (Ellen) Bruce (I140)
 
56 Sydney Morning Herald Monday 29 August 1904

WEBB. August 27, 1904, Minnie, the wife of W. P.   Webb, Cremorne. North Sydney, eldest daughter of the late D. L. Simpson, M. I. C. E.

Dunedin (N. Z.) papers please copy. 
SIMPSON Mary Elizabeth (I1836)
 
57 The Brisbane Courier Wed 8 July 1903
FUNERAL NOTICE - The Friends of Mr JOSEPH RUDDELL are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased Wife to move from the residence of Mrs Keating, Warren-street, off Ann-street, Valley, THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock for the Toowong Cemetery.

Her parents were Robert Price Murray and Mary O?Rourke.

The Brisbane Courier Thursday 7 July 1904
RUDDELL.-In loving memory of Harriette, wife of Joseph Ruddell, Gladstone, who died at Brisbane 7th July, 1903, aged 28 years. Deeply regretted. 
MURRAY Harriette (I2064)
 
58 The Capricornian Sat 22 Nov 1913
Another old resident of the Bockhampton district,Mr. David Ruddell, passed  away this week. Mr. Ruddell, who was  born in County Armagh, Ireland, resided here for fifty-one years, living at the corner of West and Talford streets for forty-seven years of that period. He left a widow and two daughters - Mrs J. Thomasson, Bolsover-street, Rockhampton, and Mrs. J. Mitchell, Bundaberg.  

Morning Bulletin Wed 19 Nov 1913
DEATH.
RUDDELL.-David Ruddell, corner of West and Albert streets, aged 82 years. (Inserted by J. E. Mitchell). 
RUDDELL David (I2745)
 
59 The Courier-Mail Monday 28 June 1943
RUDDELL.- The Relatives & Friends 0f the late Mr. Richard Ruddell, beloved Husband of Mrs. B. J. Ruddell, of 19 Marne Rd., Albion, are invited to attend his Funeral, to leave the Funeral Parlour, 45 Adelaide St., City, This (Monday) Afternoon, at 1.30 o'clock, for the Crematorium, Mt. Thompson. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors.

RUDDELL.- Pride of Lutwyche, No. 27, P.A.F.S.O.A.: Officers & Members of above Lodge are invited to attend the Funeral of Brother Richard Ruddell, P.W.D.M., to leave as per Family Notice.By Order, Secretary. 
RUDDELL Richard (I189)
 
60 The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser Sat 5 April 1851
At his residence, Bona Vista, Paterson, on the 29th March, Mr. James Phillips, aged 75 years; a resident in the colony for 28 years; deeply regretted by a numerous circle of relatives and friends.
 
PHILLIPS James (I200)
 
61 The Queenslander Sat 28 May 1910
Ruddle - Thomasson
On Wednesday last (May 18) a very pretty wedding was celebrated at the Baptist Tabernacle, Denison-street, Rockhampton (writes our correspondent) between Miss Ellen Marion Thomasson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomasson, Rockhampton, and Mr. William George Ruddle, youngest son of Mr. George Ruddle, of Bundaberg. The Rev. A. D. Shaw was the officiating clergyman. The bride was given away by her brother. She was tastefully dressed in cream merve made en princesse, with trimmings of tucked chiffon and pearls. She also wore a coronet of orange blossoms and a tulle veil. Three bridesmaids were in attendance. They were Miss A.Thomasson (sister of the bride), Miss Ellen Ruddle (cousin of the bride), and Miss Eileen Thomasson (the bride's niece). Mr. F. Jeffries acted as best man. Over 50 guests (including the bride's grand parents) were present at the wedding breakfast, which was served at the residence of the bride's parents, Bolsover-street. Mr. and Mrs. Ruddle, who intend to reside in future at Bundaberg left by the southern mail train at noon, to spend their honeymoon at Brisbane and the Tweed Heads. 
Family F186
 
62 The Queenslander Sat 6 Sept 1890
BUNDABERG, August 31. The largest cortege which ever followed the remains of a citizen here was witnessed to-day, the occasion being the funeral of the late Jas. Chattin, of the furnishing emporium, who died suddenly yesterday morning. The funeral was attended by the Masons, Oddfellows, Protestant Alliance Friendly Society, Orangemen, and the town band, and there were seventy vehicles in the procession. The deceased was an old resident of Bundaberg, and was generally respected.

Brisbane Courier Tues 21 Oct 1890
James Chattin, of Bundaberg cabinet maker. fealty £3025, personalty £2102, under Succession Duties Act £5301 17s 11d administratrix, Caroline Christina Chattin, of Bundaberg, widow.
 
CHATTIN James William (I2728)
 
63 The Times (London, England), Monday, Jan 20, 1930; pg. 9
Lady Barker killed at Richmond

Lady Barker, of Pagoda Avenue, Richmond, was knocked down by a motor car in Kew road, Richmond on Saturday and died in Richmond Hospital. Lady Barker, who was 61, was a daughter of the late Lieutenant-Colonel S Guise-Moores and was married in 1894 to Sir Rayner Childe Barker, late director-in-chief of he Indo-European Telegraph Department. 
GUISE-MOORES Priscilla (Ella) (I832)
 
64 Times of India 6 March 1945
Mr J Wartenby, late of the Persian section of the Indo-European Telegraph Department, died at Worthing on January 4, aged 83.

Probate
John  Wartenby of 21 Westbourne-avenue Worthing died 4th January 1945 at 6 St Michaels Road Worthing Probate Llandudno 31st May to Westminster Bank Limited Helen Finlayson (wife of Hugh Finlayson) and Robert Wallington Hale Green Solicitor. Effects £10915.11s.4d

Helen Finlayson was John's niece, the daughter of his sister Julia Taylor (nee Wartonby).
 
WARTONBY (ALSO WARTENBEY AND WARTANBY) John (I601)
 
65 Newcastle Courant Saturday 09 May 1835 p4
The 27th ult in Liverpool-street, aged 58, much respected Mr John Wood, joiner.  
WOOD John (I982)
 
66 Daily Mercury Tuesday 7 April 1931
OBITUARY    
MR. JAMES O'NEILL
Yet one more link in the chain connecting, the past with the present was severed by the death of one of Mackay's grand old pioneers, early yesterday morning in the person of Mr. James O'Neill, a resident of long-standing in the Pleystowe district, where he carried on farming pursuits. Deceased arrived here from County Carlow, Ireland, in the year 1885 and was first employed by the Pleystowe Co., which then controlled a large sugarcane plantation. When the company cut up the estate the late Mr. O'Neill was one of the early purchasers of a block of land, where he remained until about four years ago, when he decided, to take a well earned rest.

On retiring he transferred the farm to two of his sons and one son is at present holding the property. The late Mr. O'Neill enjoyed splendid health until recently, but while it was known to his family that he was not as robust as formerly, it was little thought that a general break-down was so close. This came only a few days ago and at the fine old age of 73 years he passed to that bourne from which there is no return. His life was one of industry, perseverance, and courage, qualities which enabled him to overcome the trials, tribulations, and vicissitudes which faced the early settlers.

The funeral took place yesterday afternoon to the Walkerston cemetery, and was largely attended. Rt. Rev. Monsignor Mulcahy conducted the obsequies at the graveside and also officiated at the solemn service held at the Roman Catholic Church prior to the cortege moving off to pay the last sad tributes of respect to one who was held in the highest esteem by all who knew him. Chief mourners were Messrs. John O'Neill, manager Marian Sugar Mill;  James and William O'Neill; Mrs. B. Farrelly, and Annie O'Neill, sons and daughters, residents of Mackay and district. Another daughter, Mrs. Rutter, resides at Wowan. To all members of the family sympathy wiil be extended in their bereavement. Mrs. O'Neill, sen., predeceased her husband many years ago, as also did one son and daughter.      
O'NEILL James (I22)
 
67 Daily Mercury Wednesday 5 July 1944
THE Funeral of the late JOSEPH HAND, of Reliance Creek, dearly beloved father of Peter, Jack, and Frank Hand, will move from St. Mary's Church, South Mackay, THIS DAY at 3.30 p.m. to the Mackay
Cemetery. 
HAND Joseph (I1919)
 
68 SMH Wed 21 Dec 1921

IN DIVORCE.
(Before Mr. Justice Gordon.)
DECREES ABSOLUTE.
Decrees absolute were pronounced and the marriages declared dissolved in the following suits : Norman Rupert Rex Bambury v Maud Bambury.
 
Family F230
 
69 SMH Wed 27 Nov 1895
URQUHART-WOOD.-November 16, 1895, at St. David's, Arncliffe, by the Rev. C. J. Bing, William, only son of the late John Urquhart, New England, to Jannet Tait (Nettie), eldest daughter of Archibald Wood, of Scotland.

The Sydney Mail & NSW Advertiser Saturday 7 December 1895
URQUHART - WOOD. November 16, at St. David's, Arncliffe, by the Rev. C. J. Byng, William Urquhart to Jannet Tait (Nettie) Wood. 
Family F96
 
70 Sydney Morning Herald Monday 11 October 1926
URQUHART - The friends of Mr and Mrs W Urquhart are invited to attend the funeral of their beloved son Archibald, to leave his parent's residence, 99 Chapel Street, Marrickville tomorrow (TUESDAY) at 1pm for Sydenham station, thence to Woronora Cemetery. 
URQUHART Archibald John (I136)
 
71 Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 12 April 1927
HANCOCK -The Friends of Mr. PHILIP HANCOCK, Mr. and Mrs. B MORRIS, Mr. W. J. HANCOCK are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved WIFE and their loving MOTHER. Christina; to leave 4 Queen-street, Marrickville, THIS DAY, at 1.15 p.m., for Sydenham Station; thence to Catholic Cemetery, Woronora, per Motor Service.

HANCOCK -The Friends of Mr. and Mrs Wm URQUHART and FAMILY, of Marrickville, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved SISTER and AUNT, Christina Hancock ; to leave 4 Queen      
street, Marrickville, THIS DAY at 1.15 pm., for Sydenham Station; thence to Catholic Cemetery, Woronora.  

HANCOCK--The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. S. HUDSON and FAMILY, Mr. and Mrs W. FITCH and  FAMILY, Mr. and Mrs. W. WOOD are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved AUNT and esteemed FRIEND, Christina (Cis) to leave 6 Queen St, Marrickville, THIS DAY, at 1,30, for Woronora Cemetery.      

HANCOCK.-The Friends of Mr. W. HANCOCK senr and Mr. W. R. HANCOCK and FAMILY are kindly invited to attend the funeral of their beloved SISTER-IN-LAW and AUNT; Christina to leave Queen-street, Marrickville, THIS DAY, at 1.30 p.m. for Woronora.    

SMH Tuesday 10 April 1928
HANCOCK.-In loving memory of my dear wife and our dear mother, Christina, who departed this life April 10, 1927
In silent prayer and aching hearts
We watched you as you lay;
Although we loved you dearly.
We could not make you stay.
The silent grief that's In our hearts
No human eye can trace;
For many a broken heart
Lies hidden beneath a smiling face.
Inserted by her loving husband and daughter, Essie, and son, and son-in-law, Bert.

HANCOCK.-in sad but loving memory of our dear sister and auntie, Ciss
Short and sudden was the call
Of one so dearly loved by all.
Inserted by her loving brother, sister, nephews, and nieces, Watty and Net, Bill, Ray, Sylvia, Madge, and her friend, Dorrie. 
URQUHART Christina (I2810)
 
72 The Courier-Mail Sat 7 October 1950
The engagement is announced of Isabel, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs SA Mitchell, Derby Street, Hawthorne, Brisbane, to Allan, only son of Mrs NE Austin and the late WA Austin of Charleville.

The Courier Mail Thurs 25 January 1951
AUSTIN-MITCHELL. The marriage of Isabel Dorothy, Daughter of Mr and Mrs. S. A. Mitchell. Hawthorne. Brisbane, with Allan Phillip, only Son of Mrs. N. E. Austin, Charlevllle. will be solemnised at Sts. Peter and Paul's, Bullmba, at 5 p.m., Saturday. 27th January.

Townsville Daily Bulletin Wed 31 January 1951
Wedding of wide North Queensland Interest was celebrated in the city recently. Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Mitchell, of Hawthorne, married Allan Phillip, only son of Mrs. N. E. Austin, of Charlevllle. Setting for the knot-tying was St. Peter's and Paul's, Bullmba, and after the ceremony a reception was held. 
Family F1018
 
73 A Charles Gruber is born to a Henrietta Gruber - no father is listed - yet his parents are shown as Joseph Bensted and Henrietta Gruber in the death indexes. BENSTED Charles Piggott (I1269)
 
74 A granddaughter of William Ruddell in the 1980s wrote about Clarence as "... a King's army man buried in Belfast with military honours about 1930". However, there is no mention of a Clarence in 1900 when Mary Ruddell died.

James, aged 60 in 1900, is listed on Mary's death certificate and a search of the army records in Find My Past brings up an army record for a James Ruddell/Ruddle, born in Lurgan, Parish of Donacloney (Donaghcloney), County Down. He enrolled as a volunteer with the Armagh Light Infantry militia on the 2 July 1857. At the age of 18 3/12 he then enlisted into the 27th Regiment of Foot on the 30th September 1857.

His occupation was given as weaver. He was 5' 9.5" (or about 177cm) tall and his complexion was fresh with eyes of grey and brown hair. James served for 21 years, 9 years of which was spent in India, being finally discharged as a sergeant with a pension on the 23 October 1878 at the age of 39 3/12 years.

In the 1871 England census, James is listed with the others in his regiment at the army camp at Colchester. He is a sergeant, aged 31 and unmarried.

The next to be found of James is in the 1901 Irish census. He was boarding with Thomas McClery, also an army pensioner at Soudan Street, Saint Anne's Ward Belfast, Antrim. James is an army pensioner from the 27th (Inniskilling) Regiment of Foot, aged 58, born in County Down and a widower.

In the 1911 census, James is still boarding but with the family of Alexander Humphries an insurance agent, living at Lothair Avenue, Duncairn, Antrim. James is now aged 69, born in County Down, and still listed as an army pensioner from the 27th Inniskilling Fusiliers.

PRONI has the following entry (no image):
Probate of the Will of James Ruddell late of 28 Hillview Street, Belfast, army pensioner, who died 26 June 1918 granted at Belfast to John Sherry, 55 Nevis Avenue, Belfast, coachman. Effects: £6 0s 0d.

According to the Belfast City Council burial records James Ruddell was aged 76. He died on the 26 June and was buried on the 29th June at the City Cemetery in L 1 468. The John Sherry mentioned in probate was the owner of the ground in the cemetery in which he was buried ie the undertaker. The money from probate has obviously gone to pay the funeral expenses.

James died of heart failure and was a widower. 
RUDDELL James (I183)
 
75 A Mary Gillies died in 1882, the daughter of unknown Cunningham and Elizabeth. She was born in Ireland and was aged 53 years.

Morning Bulletin Thurs 19 Jan 1882
An official inquiry took place on the I2th before Colonel E. W. Ross, Acting Police Magistrate, into the circumstances attending the death of Mary Gillies. The evidence, which was taken at great length, showed that the deceased was missed by her husband at 4 a.m. on Thursday morning when he awoke. Search was made tor the deceased, whose body was ultimately found in the well. It appeared that deceased had expressed her intention on the previous night of catching some fowls for sale, and it is assumed that she had caught the fowls and had accidentally fallen into the well, as two fowls were found in the water with the body of the deceased. The evidence of the medical officer for the district had not been given at the time of our going to press, but we understand that there were no marks of violence on the body, and nothing to lead to the supposition that the death was caused by anything but accident. 
CUNNINGHAM Mary (I1960)
 
76 A Michael Fitzgerald aged 19, labourer from County Clare arrives on the Ellora in October 1883. FITZGERALD Michael (I1576)
 
77 A Mrs Gore Jones arrives on the Royal Dane on April 12 1867. In 1868, she is endorsing the Ladies' Collegiate School in George Street.

In May 1868, a Mrs Gore Jones leaves on the Queen of the Colonies for London. Travelling also are Miss Ellen and Miss Frances Jones. 
NAGLE Elizabeth Gillman (I1527)
 
78 A Private Henry Fairon is wounded in WW1 - Queenslander Sat 27 May 1916. When Henry enlisted in 1915 his mother Rose was living at Charlotte Street, Paddington. FAIRON Henry (I730)
 
79 According to descendants of the family, he cut his foot on some coral and died of tetanus and septicaemia. However, the following story in Figaro says that he died of pneumonia after sailing on the bay for the day.

Queensland Figaro Thurs 31 Jan 1907 p14
The demise of Mr. F, L. Phillips, of the Royal Queensland Yacht Club, came as a sudden shock to the yachting fraternity. Mr. Phillips was well and favourably known as an ardent supporter of sailing and his death is very much lamented by all his colleagues. Some few weeks back the deceased gentleman was down in the Bay in Mr O'Beirne's yacht, the Bohemian, and getting wet, contracted a cold, which led to pneumonia. He leaves a wife and a large family of bright boys, whom Figaro condoles with. RIP. 
PHILLIPS Frederick Louis (I285)
 
80 According to his death certificate, George died of acute alcoholism and had no fixed abode. RUDDELL George (I564)
 
81 According to the 1871 Scottish census, Belle was born in Ireland. She does not appear on the 1881 census. CRAWFORD Isabella (I2301)
 
82 According to the rites of the Church of England.

Thomas was a labourer, aged 29, living in Home Hill and Emily had domestic duties and was aged 27. Witnesses were Mary Southern and J Gowd?.  
Family F108
 
83 According to the rites of the Congregational Church Family F472
 
84 Address at the time of burial is given as 17 Sandwith Street, Dublin. FOX Frances Maria (I2090)
 
85 Address at the time of death was Logan Road, Holland Park. SHERWOOD Ivy Irene (I378)
 
86 Address at the time of Edward's death was: Larne, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland BUCHANAN Florence Mary (I175)
 
87 Address at time of death was 100 Dunellan Street, Greenslopes. GILBERT Ernest (I416)
 
88 Address given as Baker Street, Enfield RUSSELL Catherine (I2857)
 
89 Admitted to Goodna on the 18 August 1882.
Number of mentions in the paper for charges relating to being drunk and disorderly. 
RYAN Denis (I720)
 
90 Advocate Tuesday 13 Sept 1938
Butler v. Butler.
Mr. C. S. Burbury, on behalf of Constance Crumett Butler, submitted a petition for a dissolution of the latter's marriage with Geoffrey Travers Butler, and said that the respondent had recently appeared as co-respondent in the divorce suit of Thorp v Thorp, in which the petitioner had been granted a decree. The petitioner said she was married to Geoffrey Travers Butler in September, 1925, in the United States. They came to Tasmania, and resided for a time at Bagdad and later at Dysart. In July, 1937, her husband told her that he loved someone else. She subsequently visited her people in America, and while there received letters from which he said he was going to the mainland with Beatrice Ethel Philippa Thorp. 
Family F293
 
91 Age at death is given as 77 Years.

In the 1841 census, Richard was aged 50 - dob 1791
In the 1851 census, Richard was aged 64 - dob 1787 
WATKIN/WATKINS Richard (I170)
 
92 Aged 6 in the 1891 census and listed as a scholar.

Memorial Inscription, Hove Cemetery, Sussex
GUISE-MOORES - To the memory of Frank Gerald Guise Guise-Moores OBE Colonel Indian Army who died 17th August 1963 in his 79th year. (Hove Cemetery) 
GUISE-MOORES Frank Gerald Guise (I834)
 
93 Aged 68 years Lena Marie (I320)
 
94 Aged 77 years MANDER Merrial (I2071)
 
95 Agnes and her husband John (Jock) are buried in the same plot.

In the 1938 Electoral Roll for Port Curtis, Agnes is listed at Kalbar - domestic duties. 
CAMPBELL Agnes Anastacia (I229)
 
96 Albany Creek Memorial Park Cemetery and Crematorium BELL Thelma May (I2887)
 
97 Alfred William Phillips was christened on 13 September 1826 at Christ Church, Newcastle. He and his brother Francis Henry Fortunatus Phillips were educated at the Normal Institution, Sydney.

20 Oct 1860 Maitland Mercury

In the Insolvent estate of A. W. Phillips, of Seaham, an ad- journed second meeting of creditors was held at the Courthouse, East Maitland, yesterday, before the Commissioner, Mr. E. D. Day. The insolvent was present. Liabilities, £580. Assets, £17. Deficit, £503. Daniel Peattie, of Paterson, farmer, put in a claim for £100, the amount of an accommodation bill, and £36 costs in defending an action brought against Peattie for the recovery of that note. Total, £136. The claim being disputed by the insolvent, was reserved for consideration, and further evidence in support of it.  
PHILLIPS Alfred William (I272)
 
98 Alice and her mother are buried in the same grave at Nundah Cemetery. Check date as the BCC has her burial as the 12 August 1961. GORE JONES Alice Muriel (I1524)
 
99 Alice died of breast cancer in the Mater Hospital in Brisbane. Father Quinn had her body taken back to Mackay where she was buried in the Walkerston Cemetery next to her parents. O'NEILL Alice (I48)
 
100 Alice gives her age as 23 years when she married James which would mean that she was born in 1860, making her at least 6 years younger than she was! She gives her mother's name as Sarah Parson without the s.

She died 3 years later in child birth owing to diabetes. She was buried in the South Brisbane Cemetery. Buried in the same grave with her are Rose Tilney buried on the 7 Aug 1926 and Maud Pearl Tilney aged 49 buried on the 29 April 1947.

The Brisbane Courier Friday 31 August 1888
FUNERAL NOTICE - The friends of Mr JAMES SAMUEL HEMER are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his deceased Wife, to move from his residence, corner Merton street and Ipswich-road, THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock for the South Brisbane Cemetery. 
SHERWOOD Alice (I427)
 

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