Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of Charles Hadley

Notes

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75. Edwin Charles Hadley Landers

.....The third accident occurred at Mount Druitt station to Edwin Landers a carpenter employed on the railway. Landers received a severe cut with an adze on the right leg and was brought to Penrith in a goods, train He was taken to Dr. Scott, and since the wound has been dressed, he is progressing favorably.

Source: Nepean Times 20 Aug 1887

Mr Edwin Landers was presented with an illuminated address at the Railway Institute on his retirement from the artisan staff of the railway permanent way branch, after 37 years service.

Source: The SMH 28 Mar 1918

MR. E. C. H. LANDERS
The death occurred at Hurstville on 1st inst. of Mr Edwin Charles Hadley Landers, at the age of .86 years. Deceased was the eldest son of the late Mr and Mrs William Landers, of Castlereagh, and is the last of a family of seven sons and two daughters. Deceased was a retired railway employee. His wife, one daughter, and two sons
survive him. Mr William Landers conducted a hotel at Lambridge (Where Mr Harry Lack now resides) in the early days.  Mrs. Ernest Starling, of Woodriff Street, Penrith, who is a niece of the late Mr Edwin Landers, is the only descendant of the Landers family now residing in the district. The funeral took place on 2nd inst, the interment being in the C. of E. portion of Woronora Cemetery.
 
Source: Nepean Times 12 Aug 1943


337. Edwin G Landers

LANDERS v LANDERS.'-.
Justice Street to-day declared the will in- valid in the probate suit, Landers' and an- other versus Landers.  His Honor, after reviewing the evidence, some of which went to show that testator had a fixed idea that his wife had designs to poison him, said he was satisfied at the time of the execution of the will he was free from the immediate influence of liquor, but he was not satisfied that he was free of the influence of the irrational belief which he entertained as to his wife's designs upon his life.

Source: The Maitland Daily Mercury 29 Oct 1913


Allen Arthur Bate

Between 1890 and 1895 Allen changed his surname to Taylor.

43rd Lord Mayor of Sydney