51. Alfred Adolphus Jenkins
On the 23rd April, by special license, at St. Mary's Cathedral, by the Rev. Father Ottavio Barsanti, ALFRED ADOLPHUS, third son of the late CHARLES JENKINS, Esq., of this city, to ELIZABETH ANN, eldest daughter of THOMAS DIXON, Esq., of South Head Road ; granddaughter of the late H. Dixon, and niece of William Dixon, Esq., merchant, of Liverpool, England.
Source: The SMH 18 May 1872
236. Alfred Charles Thomas Jenkins
JENKINS. -The Friends of the late ALFRED CHARLES THOMAS JENKINS (late of tin. A. J.S. Bank head office) are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral to leave his late residence, No. 1 Alma-street, Darlington, THIS (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, for interment at Petersham Cemetery.
Source: The SMH 14 Sep 1897
52. Albert Theodore Jenkins
An order was made by consent for 10s a week for twelve months against Albert Jenkins toward the support of his wife, Jane Jenkins.
Source: Evening News 2 May 1890
DEATH FROM FRACTURED SKULL.
HOTELKEEPER CENSURED BY CORONER
An Inquest has been held concerning the death of Albert Jenkins, 68, which occurred at the hospital from fracture of the skull. Charles Cook, hotelkeeper, deposed that the deceased went to his hotel und asked for a glass of rum, but witness refused to serve him then used bad language. Witness then heard Jenkins fall, and looking round, saw him on the floor. Witness took him, to a back room, and laid him on the carpet, and gave him a pillow. Deceased was fond of drink, and was often in the hotel. Coroner, In recording a verdict of accidental death, said he was not satisfied with the evidence or the conduct of the licensee. There was no doubt that the deceased was in a state of intoxication, and was allowed to remain on the premises in violation of the Liquor Act.
Source: Northern Star (Lismore) 7 Apr 1911
I. O. O. F., M. U., LOYAL ST. JOHN'S LODGE,
Newtown. - The Officers and Brothers of the above Lodge, together with the Officers and Brothers of the various Lodges, are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral or our late deceased Brother, JAMES BOOTS to move from his late residence, May-street, Newtown, THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON, at a quarter to 4 o'clock, for St. Peter's Cemetery. By order, C G. GREEN, N.G.; G. DOUGLAS, Sec.
Source: The SMH 2 May 1887
Joseph Joshua Broadley
BROADLEY. - F.A.F.S., SCHOMBERG LODGE, No. 5 - Officers and Members of the above and kin lodgers are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of our late BROTHER, J. Broadley, Senior; to move from his late residence, 45 Hordern-street, Newtown, for Rookwood Cemetery, at 1.45 p.m. THIS DAY.
Source: The SMH 8 Sep 1913
64. Vincent Howell
HOWELL-In loving memory of my dear father Vincent Howell who departed this life on July 16 1926 at his late residence Mossgiel 82 Renwick street Drummoyne late of Camperdown Sydney after 48 years suffering in his 89th year
One of rare loveliness was our father dear
To us life was sweet while he was here
Though now gone to a higher home above
His memory Is cherished as a beacon of love In life we dearly loved him In death we do the same
Inserted by his loving son Vincent Howell
HOWELL-A tribute of love to the memory of our dear father Vincent Howell who passed away July 16 1926 after 48 years of suffering aged 88 years, also our dear mother Sarah E Howell who passed away November 11 1910 Did and mum reunited. Inserted by their affectionate daughters Emm Lucy and May.
Source: The SMH 16 July 1931
65. Charlotte Maria Howell
BRIAN. — June 8, at her late residence, Victoria road, Marrickville, Charlotte, beloved wife of W. Brian, and youngest daughter of the late Mr. Vincent Howell, of Yarramundi, and sister to V. Howell of Camperdown. N.S.W.
Source: Evening News 10 Jun 1895