1913. Alice Maud Peacock
Died at the home of her neice Mrs G McMurdoo
Albert Andrew Flood
FLOOD v. FLOOD.
Albert Andrew Flood, a laborer, asked for a divorce from Alice Elizabeth Flood, formerly Peacock, on the ground of desertion. The marriage took place in September, 1886, at Lithgow, according to the rites of the Church of England. Petitioner said he lived with the, respondent in various. places in New South Wales till January, 1893, when, he returned home one day and found that she had gone away. They were living at the time at Cullen Bullen. He met her in Sydney two months later, and begged her to return to him. She said, 'No; I've made my bed, and I'm going to lie on it.' She left the children of the marriage behind her. A decree nisi was granted, to be moved absolute in three months.
Source: Evening News 23 Nov 1901