William J Stanton
Death of Mr. W. Stanton
Mr William Stanton, a native of Lambridge. died at the residence of his son (Mr Harold Stanton, of Campsie), on Monday last, at the age of 87 years. He was a son of the late Joseph and Elizabeth Stanton, and married a daughter of the late Josiah Strickland, of Bundaburra Station, Forbes. He resided on Marjong Station for some years, and afterwards came back to Lambridge, where his wife died some 45 years ago, Deceased is survived by three sons and one daughter, viz., Messrs Horace Stanton (Queensland), Oswald (Waverley), Harold (Campsie), and Mrs J. Wright (Kogarah), and one brother and one sister—Mr .Josiah Stanton (Lambridge) and Mrs Lennox (Penrith). Two brothers and one sister— John (Auburn), Joseph (Penrith), and Mrs Lamrock (Orange)—predeceased him. The funeral took place on Tuesday, the remains being intered in the Methodist portion of the Emu Plains General Cemetery.
Source: Nepean Times 31 Aug 1929
Frances (Fanny) Speck
MRS. FRANCES STRICKLAND.
Another link with the early history of Forbes was severed on Friday morning last about 7 o'clock, when Mrs. Frances Strickland, relict of the late Mr. Philip Strickland, passed away at Young, at the advanced age of 91 years. Had she lived till Monday she would have been 72 years married. The late Mrs. Strickland was born at Old Bogabigal, Forbes, in 1846, and up till the time of her departure for Young some 17 months ago had not lived more than 25 miles from the place of her birth. She was a daughter of the late Thomas Speck, who in the early days, when Forbes was one vast run, managed Old Bogabigal for the late James Rankin. Her brothers were the late Robert Speck (Moobong) and Mr. Thomas Speck, who still resides in Forbes at the lower end of Lachlan Street, while a surviving sister is Mrs. J. Atkins (Sydney). On October 25, 1865. deceased was married at Young to the late Mr. Philip Strickland, who predeceased his widow by some 17 years. Prior to living in Battye street. Forbes, for about a quarter of a century, the family resided at 'Yerra Yerra,' which Mr. Strickland took up in 1877 and actually worked till 1908, when his only son, Mr. P. H. J. Strickland, now of William-street, Forbes, entered into possession and remained there till he sold the property nine years ago.
Source: The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser 28 Oct 1937
422. Mary Ann Strickland
MORROW—STRICKLAND—March 26, at the Church of England, Bundaburra, by the Rev. E. Dunstan, M.A., Frederick Morrow, Manager of the Commercial Bank, Forbes, to Mary Ann, second daughter of Josiah Strickland, Esq., J.P., Bundaburra, Lachlan River.
Source: The SMH 14 Apr 1875
424. Sophia Elizabeth Strickland
MACQUEEN—STRICKLAND.—September 20, at Bundaburra,
Forbes, by the Rev. Dunstan, M.A., Archibald J. Macqueen, F.R.C.S.E., &c., to Sophie, third daughter of Josiah Strickland, Esq., of Bundaburra.
Source: The SMH 1 Oct 1880
425. Virginia Jeanie Strickland
MRS. VIRGINIA THOMAS
Mrs. Virginia Thomas, Grenfell's oldest resident, passed away at the Grenfell District Hospital on Thursday, 14th December, at the great age of 93 years. Mrs. Thomas, up to the time of her entry into hospital four months ago, resided with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Thomas, Camp street, Grenfell. She was a remarkably active woman for her. age, being in full possession of her faculties especially her wit. Prior to her marriage to the late J. L. Waugh in 1875, her early life was spent on 'Bundaburra' Station, which was the property of her parents, the late Mr and Mrs. Josiah Strickland, who were the first white settlers on the Lachlan River at Forbes. There was a family of five boys and three girls by her first marriage—Guy (Hunter's Hill), Archie (Grenfell), Ray (Chatswood), Eric (Coogee), and Robert (deceased), and daughters Alice, Nellie and Mary (Mrs. H. Strickland) all deceased. By the second marriage to Edward Thomas (deceased) there were two children— Bonnie (Mrs. J. D. Tompkins, Forster), and Arthur (Grenfell). Thus five sons and one daughter survive, 29 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren. After her second marriage she resided at Quandong (Grenfell), where her husband carried on wheat and sheep farming for a number of years', later retiring to Weddin-street, Grenfell. to live. The late Mrs. Thomas had been associated with Grenfell and dis trict for the last 75 years* and had made many friends, both old and young, in all walks of life, and earned the respect of all who knew her. Both she and her first husband were prominent in social circles in the early days. Two sons, Roy and Eric, journeyed from Sydney to attend the funeral, and grandson, Charles Strickland, came from Rockley. Her brother, Mr. J R. Strick land (90), of Sydney, is the only surviving member of the pioneering Strickland family. The funeral was from Holy Trinity Church on Friday, Rev. A. S. Rowe officiating.
Source: The Grenfell Record and Lachlan District Advertiser 18 Dec 1950
426. Joseph Redway Strickland
STRICKLAND-SHAW.-November 14, at, St. John's Church,
Forbes, by the Ven. Archdeacon Dunstan, Joseph Redway, youngest son of the late Josiah Strickland, J.P.,Bundabuna, to Ellen Agnes, only daughter of the late John Shaw and step-daughter of John Bodel, J.P.
Source: SMH 26 Nov 1883
Ellen Agnes (Nellie) Shaw
STRICKLAND.—November 3, 1894, at her residence, Spring-street, Forbes, Ellen Agnes (Nellie), the wife of J. R. Strickland, aged 29 years.
Source: The SMH 8 Nov 1894
1742. Shaw Redway Strickland
SHAW STRICKLAND RETURNING
Word was received on Saturday last from Private Shaw Strickland that he was leaving England within the next few days, and returning home to Australia. The Forties soldier was early in the firing line, and not long there before he received a bullet through the shoulder. Since then he has been convalescing in Egypt and England, and it would appear that the wound does not heal, and may take some time more to do so. Shaw will receive a royal reception on his return to his native town.
Source: Forbes Advocate 12 oct 1915
William John McMurtrie
Boot and shoe manufacturer. Importer.
1745. Roderick Stuart McMurtrie
TO STUART RODERICK McMURTRIE
formerly of Black Rock in the State of Victoria Chef. Take notice that your wife Violet Varley McMurtrie has instituted proceedings against you for divorce on the ground of desertion for three years and upwards. Unless you enter an appearance in the Prothonotary's office of the Supreme Court at Melbourne within twenty-one days from the 30th day of June
Source: The SMH 23 Jun 1948