Mary Anne Pentland
OBITUARY. DEATH OF MRS T. F. COBBLEDICK. Residents of Traralgon and district will regret to learn of the death of Mrs Cobbledick, wife of Mr T. F. Cobbledick, and mother of our local townsman, Mr T. G. Cobbledick, which sad event took place on Sunday last at Yarragon, after a lengthy illness. The late Mrs Cobbledick was one of the oldest residents of Traralgon district, and very highly esteemed by all who knew her. She was one of those kindly natured women who endear themselves to all, and in the early days her many acts of kindness won for her the admiration of many friends. She was a daughter of the late Mr Pentland, and the family set tled at Traralgon South some 47 years ago, before the main railway line was built to Sale and Bairnsdale. Later on deceased and her husband came to reside in Traralgon, and fin- ally settled at Yarragon, where they carried on farming pursuits. Like many other mothers, the great war had a depressing effect on the late Mrs Cobbledick, who was about 67 years of age. When her son, Edward, enlisted and made the supreme sacri- fice, her health failed considerably, and for the past four months she had been very ill. Mr Theo. G. Cobbledick is the only surviving son, and the sympathy of a host of friends will be extended to the bereaved husband and son in their trouble. Cr. G. Pentland, Messrs W. and R. Pentland are brothers of deceased.
Source: Traralgon Record 11 Jun 1921