841. Stanley Edward Strickland
STRICKLAND. —February 28, at Bundaburra, near Forbes, Stanley Edward, the beloved son of Edward E. N. and Sara Strickland, aged 7 months.
Source: The SMH 17 Mar 1876
Arrived on Agnes
The Late Mr. William Thomas, . of Forbes.
There died in Sydney a few days ago one of the best known and best respected business men in the West. We can well realise the force of the telegram which we published list week, which says: — ' General grief was expressed in Forbes when it was learned that Mr. William Thomas, Mayor of Forbes, had died suddenly in Sydney. His remains were conveyed here by train to-day (Monday, Fehruiry 3). The late Mr. Thomas had been one of the best townsmen Forbes ever had. He was Mayor for years, three times in succession, and was a most liberal townsman, contributing largely to every object for the good of the town and district. Mr. Thomas leaves a large family. The funeral, which took place on Tuesday, the 4th instant, was the largest ever held at Forbes. The late Mr. Thomas was born at Beauinaris, Wales, where he resided until after he was 19 years of age. He sailed for Melbourne in 1859, spent some time in the Ovens gold field, and was at the Snowy River in 1861. In 1862 with his brother he went to the Lachlan and commenced business in the locality which became the town of Forbes. Mr. Thomas left in his will £100 each to the Forbes Hospital, School of Arts, Town Hall, and Church of England.
Source: The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser 15 Feb 1896
161. Arthur Rutledge Q.C. M.L.A.
Qld Attorney General
165. David Dunlop Rutledge
Death of the Rev, D. D. Rut.ledge.
The death took place on Tuesday at Sutton Forrest of the Rev. David D. Rutledge, M.B., Ch.M., third son of the late Mr. James Rutledge, of Sydney, and brother of Sir Arthur Rutledge, of Queensland, and of the Rev. W. Woolls Rutledge. The Rev. David Rutledge was educated at Sydney Grammar School and Sydney University, crowning a successful scholastic career with the degree of M. A. He was ordained for the Church of England ministry by the Bishop of Newcastle. He served as a curate at Scone, and subsequently in various incumbencies in the Bathurst diocese. When the medical school was opened at Sydney University he resigned from his parish in the west to accept the position of assistant minister at St. Stephen's Newtown, under the Rev. Canon Taylor, and he also entered as one of the first students in the medical school. He was the first doctor trained at the Sydney University. The deceased gentleman was 53 years of age. His wife, who was the eldest daughter of Mr. N. F, Asser, of Scone, survives him with 11 children.
Source: The Muswellbrook Chronicle 23 Sep 1905