Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of Edward Merrick

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1109. Ella Emma Maria Merrick

DEATH. - MISS ELLA MERRICK.
The death look place in the local hospital on Tuesday of Ella Merrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Merrick, Merriwa. Deceased, who had been more or less an invalid for many years past, had just turned 15 years of age. The funeral took place .on Wednesday afternoon. Rev. S. V. Satchell officiating. Much sympathy is expressed for the bereaved family.
Source: The Muswellbrook Chronicle 9 Jly 1943


James Richard Merrick

MR. J. R. MERRICK, HOWE'S VALLEY
Mr. James Richard Merrick, aged 58 of Howe's Valley, died in the Dangar Cottage Hospital yesterday morning,. He had been ill for three weeks, and was brought into town on Thursday. The primary cause of death was bronchitis. Deceased was a native of Howe's Valley, where he had lived all his life, following farming and grazing pursuits. He is survived by Mrs. Merrick, three sons and six daughters.
Source: The Maitland Daily Mercury 7 Sep 1929


Jonas Robert Medhurst

OBITUARY - Mr. J. R. Medhurst
Mr. Jonas Robert Medhurst, aged 61 years, passed away at his sister-in-law's residence at Victoria Street, Werrington, on June 15.  Deceased had been ill for some 2 1/2 years.  A son of Ada Martha, and the late Joshua Amzi Medhurst, deceased was born at Howe's Valley, Singleton district.  Deceased had been residing at Werrington for some three or four years.  Besides his wife, Dot, the following children survive him:  Lorna (Mrs. Dyson, Werrington),  Kenneth (St. Marys), Trevor (Tamworth), Norma (Mrs. Campbell) and Dawn (Mrs. Akers), both of Barraba, Noel (Toolong, Queensland), and Marie Werrington). Lola May and Gordon died in infancy.  Deceased leaves three brothers James, Roy and Bill (twins).  He was a member of the St. Marys branch of the R.S.S.A.I.L.A., which forwarded a wreath.  The Rev. T. E. Champion,
Rector of St. Mary Magdalene Church, officiated at the funeral service on Saturday, June 18, the remains being interred in the Penrith General Cemetery.
Source: Nepean Times 7 Jly 1955