Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of Elizabeth Mitchell

Notes - Page 32


796. John Collits

FORBES, Saturday.
His Honor, Acting Judge Soholes, heard the petition of Phoebe Caroline Collits, formerly Johnson, for a dissolution of her marriage with John Collits, on the ground of desertion, Mr. Hammond, instructed by Mr. Maloney, appeared for petitioner. The parties were married at Forbes on 2nd April, 1900, by the Rev. W, J, Glasson, according to the rites of the Church of England. There were two children. After the first nine months of their married life he did not support her. His Honor found the issues proved in petitioner's favor.
Source: National Advocate 29 Jun 1908


803. Joseph Harold Williamson

A JOCKEY KILLED.
SYDNEY, Friday.— Joseph Williamson, a jockey, belonging to Cowra, was riding the mare Miss Iolanthus at the Grenfell races, when he was thrown, and sustained serious injuries, to which he succumbed.
Source: The Argus (Melbourne) 25 May 1908


2269. Clarence William Williamson

Lived at Stanwell Park and Blakehurst


William Trelford

Moved from Forbes to Canowindra in 1918


807. Walter E Williamson

A Sad Death.
Mr. Walter Williamson, a son of Mr. Joseph Williamson, of Nyrang Creek, expired at Peak Hill on Wednesday last, the sad event being surrounded by particularly pathetic circumstances. It is only about five weeks ago that he was married to Miss Ryan, of Nyrang Creek. His passing hence is therefore inexpressibly sad, and the deepest sympathy is felt for the young widow.
Source: Cowra Free Press 7 Jun 1911