Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of Elizabeth Morris

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72. Samuel Robert Beckett Power

FUNERAL.
MR. ROBERT SAMUEL POWER.
The funeral of the late Mr. Robert Samuel Power, senr, of 'Rosemont,' Gumly Gumly, took place on Saturday afternoon, leaving 'Rosemont' at 1.30. The cortege was a large and representative one containing relatives and friends from Seven Hills (Sydney), Lockhart, Toole's Creek, Alfredtown, Forest Hill, Lake Albert, North Wagga and Wagga. The remains were enclosed in polished maple casket with silver mountings, and was covered with beautiful floral trlbutes sent by relatives and friends. The interment took place in the Church of England portion of the Wagga cemetery. The pall-bearers were Messrs. Samuel Robert Power, junr., and Oswald Power, sons of the deceased), Harold and Noel Power (grandsons) and George and Morgan Power (brothers). The Rev. J. H. A. Chauvel read an impressive burial service. The chief mourners present were the relatives mentioned above, and his bereaved wife and George Power (son), Mrs. Sidney Howard (Seven Hills). Mrs. J. Harriden (Peter-street), Mrs. C. Conway (Tarcutta street), Mrs. G. Graham (Peter-street), Mrs. R. G. Nesbitt, (Baylis-street, Wagga), Mrs. O. H. King (Lockhart), and Miss Ruby Power (Forest Hill) daughters, and Messrs. Sidney Howard (Seven Hills, Sydney), G. Conway. G. Graham and R. G. Nesbitt (Wagga), and O. H. King (Lockhart) sons-in-law; Mrs. A. Baker (Morgan-street), Mrs. S. Angel (Trail street, Wagga). Mrs. E. Angel and Mrs. G. Wild (Lake Albert) and Miss A. Power, sisters of deceased, and Samuel and E. Angel and. G. Wild brothers-in-law) . The funeral arrangements were conducted by Messrs. McIntosh Bros.
Source:
Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative 3 Oct 1921


RICH GRAZIERS' ESTATES.
Letters of administration of the estate of Samuel Robert Power, farmer and grazier, of Wagga, who died intestate on May 27 have
been granted to Pamela Power, his widow. The estate is valued at £32,720.
Source: Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative 3 Oct 1921


468. Harriet Amelia Power

Mrs. R. G. Nesbitt received word from Sydney yesterday of the death of her eldest sister, Mrs. Harriet Amelia Howard (nee Power), of Wentworthville, Sydney at the age of 78 years. She was one of the daughters of the late Samuel Robert Power of Rose Mont, Forest Hill. Her surviving sisters are Mrs. J. Harriden, Mrs. George Graham, Mrs. R. Nesbitt. Mrs. Ollle King, and Mrs. Esmond Clayton and her brothers are Messrs. Robert Power and Oswald Power, all of Wagga.
Source: Daily Advertiser 9 Nov 1940


475. Alfred George Power

OBITUARY
MR. A. G. POWER
The death took place yesterday morning of Mr. Alfred George Power, of Forest Hill, near Wagga, at the age of 42 years. He was a son of the late Mr. Samuel Robert Power. senr. He leaves a number of brothers and sisters, also a step mother. He was a good judge of stock and he bore his long illness with Christian fortitude. The funeral is appointed to leave the residence of his uncle, Mr. Morgan Power, of Tattersall's Hotel, Wagga, at. 11 a.m. this day for interment in the Church of England portion of the Wagga cemetery.
Source: Daily Advertiser 5 Nov 1921


74. Emma Anne Power

WAGGA.-Mrs. Samuel Angel, engaged In houshold duties in her home in Trail-street, slipped and fell, severely fracturing her hip- bone. Her condition is critical
Source: The SMH 8 Jul 1931


Samuel Angel

MR. S. ANGEL, SEN.
LINK WITH HUME AND HOVELL
Mr. Samuel Angel, senior, died at his residence. 'Wardry,' Trail-street, Wagga. Mr. Angel's death removes from the life of the community one of the earliest settlers of the Lake Albert district, and severs a link in the chain which binds the present and the earliest past — with the days when Hume and Hovell were making their courageous trek across New South Wales into Vicoria. It was in 1824 that the explorers' party reached the northern bank of the Murray River and crossed into Victoria. A tree in the Hovell Reserve at Albury marks the spot of the last camp in New South W'ales. A member of the Hume and Hovell party was, Mr. . Harry Angel, father of Mr. Samuel Angel. It is declared that Mr., Harry Angel was the first white man to swim the Murray River. When the expedition reached the river Harry Angel, a good swimmer, swam the stream carrying with him a line. This enabled a safe crossing to be made by the drays which carried the equipment of the party. Later on Harry Angel passed down the Murrumbidgee River and settled in the Hay district. When the first bank opened at Hay it was he who brought to the bank its first supply of gold. To deceive any lurking bushrangers ho carried the money in a tilted waggon and managed to arrive safely. After that, Harry Angel settled on ' Uardry ' station (originally spelt 'Wardry'), near Hay. About 1864 he went to the Wagga district and settled at Lake Albert, where he resided until his death, and was about 91 years of ago when he died. Samuel was born at 'Wardry' station, Hay, where his father first resided in that district and was the youngest of the family. In those days the railway line from Sydney went only as far as Goulburn, and in order to take delivery of two waggons which they had bought, it was necessary for Samuel Angel and the late John Hurst to harness their horses and drive them to Goulburn to meet the train. These were very likely the first waggons to arrive in the Wagga district. The late Mr. Samuel Angel married Miss Emma Power, daughter of the late Morgan Power, of Forest Hill, and if he had lived until next month he would have been 61 years married. He went on the land at Lake Albert, and followed farming and grazing pursuits for a great many years. He owned several properties, but his homestead was at 'Hillside,' on the Albury road. Mr. Angel was acknowledged to be a good judge of land and stock, and was very successful in his land trans actions, buying and selling a number of properties. He retired after about 50 years of active pastoral life, and went to live at Wagga, eventually building a home in Trail-street, which he named 'Wardry' after the first station his father resided upon at Hay. Mr. Samuel Angel is survived by his widow, two sons and three daughters. The sons are Albert (Lake Albert) and Samuel (Mangoplah) ; and the daughters are Mesdames R. Hanson (Wagga), J. J. Byrnes (North Sydney) and N. Wyld (Lithgow). Two daughters predeceased him — Mesdames F. M Garry and L. Willis. Mr. Angel spent a busy, useful life, and until quite recently enjoyed wonderfully good health, notwithstanding that he had reached the ripe age of 84 years, his last birthday being on December 18, 1937.
Source: Albury Banner and Wodonga Express 29 Apr 1938


75. George Thomas Power

OBITUARY
GEORGE THOMAS POWER.
The death occurred at 9 o'clock yesterday morning of Mr. George Thomas Power, of "Riversley," Tarcutta-road, near Wagga, at the age of 75 years. He had been ailing for about three months. He was born at Seven Hills, near Parramatta, New South Wales, and arrived in the Wagga district when seven years of age with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Power, of Lake Albert. He was twice married, first to Miss Matilda Catherine Gray daughter of the late Mr. George Gray, of the Red Lion Hotel , (now known as the Federal) and there were four sons and three daughters by this marriage, Claude Ashley, George Leslie, Allan and Bert, and Mrs. George Keys, of North Wagga and Mrs. M. A. Monks, of Sydney, and one daughter deceased. He next married Miss Helen Buchan, daughter of Mr. Robert Buchan, of Chiltern. There were also seven children of this marriage, three sons and four daughters, George Thomas, Robert and Eric, and Mrs. S. Barrow, Mrs. J. Malins, junr., and the Misses. Ella and Vivienne Power. There are 20 grandchildren and one great grandchild. He also leaves a widow and one brother, Mr. Morgan Power, late of Tattersall's Hotel, Wagga, and now of Tumbarumba, also five sisters, Mrs. Aaron Baker, senr. of Wagga., Mrs. Samuel Angel, of Trail-street, Wagga, Mrs. Eddie Angel and Mrs. George Wild, of Lake Albert, and Miss Alice Power. The late Mr. Samuel Robert Power, of Forest Hill, was a brother of the deceased. Mr. Power followed grazing and stock raising and was considered an expert all over the States among sheep. For a number of years he resided at Powersville, The Rock. He liked a good horse, and owned, trained and raced My Music (afterwards called Songetter), and Ganana and others with great success on the flat and over hurdles. He was present at the first Wagga Cup and also at the jubilee cup meeting this year. The funeral is appointed to leave his late residence, 'Riversley," Tarcutta-road, this day at 3 p.m. for interment in the Church of England portion of the Wagga Cemetery.
Source: Daily Advertiser 9 Oct 1923


501. Vivienne Ursula Power

Alleged Abduction CASE DISMISSED
SYDNEY - Thursday
Reglnald Holtamn, aged 28 years, salesman, was charged at the Central Police Court to-day with having abducted Vivienne Power, aged 16 -years and 10 months, at Wagga, with intent to marry her. When the case case was called, the father of the girl said that he did not wish to proceed with the charge. The case was dismissed.
Source: Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) 15 Apr 1927


82. Morgan Power

Obituary
MR MORGAN POWER
The death occurred on Saturday of a well-known and very highly respected resident of Wagga for many years, Mr Morgan Power, of 94 Thorne Street, Wagga, at the age of 61 years after a short illness. Mr Power was the youngest son of the late Mr and Mrs Morgan Power, who were among the very earliest settlers in the Lake Albert District, where he was born. He was educated at the Lake Albert public school. Mr. Power was married at Adelong to Miss Mary Elizabeth Whatman, eldest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Henry Whatman, of Pleasant View, Adelong, and she survives him. (Don Bradman, the famous cricketer, is a relative). Mr Power is also survived by: three sons and four daughters — Messrs Alexander John Power, Albert Morgan Power, and Edward Edgar Power, of Wagga; Mrs Charles Ingram, of Tarcutta; Mrs Alfred H Hannel, of 101 Thompson Street, Wagga; Mrs Spencer Angel, of Simmons Street, Wagga, and Miss Linda Power, of Wagga. Two sons predeceased him - James Burley Power, and the other died in infancy. Mrs Samuel Angel, of Trail street, Wagga, Mrs George Wild, of Lake Albert, and Mrs Alice Power, of Wagga, are sisters. Two brothers and three sisters predeceased him — Mr Samuel Power, of Gumly Gumly; Mr George Power, of Wagga Mrs. Aaron Baker, of Wagga; Mrs. Eddie Angel, and Mrs. Fred Bye, Mr. Power was a hotelkeeper for many years at - Adelong Crossing, and later at the Tattersall's Hotel, Wagga, now delicensed, and also at the Tattersall's Hotel, Tumbarumba. Of late years he followed horse racing pursuits. He owned and raced a good horse, You'll Do, which went to India, where it was sold at a big price. The body was removed to the resi- dence of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Hannel, at 'Dooen, ' 101 Tompson street, Wagga, on Saturday afternoon, whence the funeral moved from yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Prior to leaving the house, the Rev. R. L. Edwards conducted a short service, at which there was a very large number of relatives and friends present, and made reference to Mr. Morgan 's many kind and thought ful actions. The cortege was a large and representative one, and included Yabtree, Lake Albert, Gregadoo, Tarcutta, Ladysmith, Forest Hill, Gumly relatives and friends from Adelong, Gumly, Urana road, Bon Accord, Uran- quinty, Tumbarumba, North Wagga, and Wagga, also a very large number of horse owners, trainers, and jockeys, and a very large number of old friends-. At the house and cemetery his many sporting friends lined the pathway, each holding a floral tribute. Interment took place in the Church of England portion of the Wagga cemetery. The carriers were Messrs. Alexander John Power (son), Sydney Whatman, of Adelong (brother-in-law), George Hanson, Ralph Wild (nephews), and Spencer Angel of Adelong (bro- ther-in-law). The pall bearers were Messrs Samuel Angel, snr., Eddie An- gel, and George Wild (brothers-in-law), Matthew Bye, Samuel Angel, jnr., Stan Wild (nephews), J. De Groot (secre- tary, M.T.C.), and Robert Hurst (a very old friend). The Rev. Edwards officiated at the graveside. The chief mourners at the house and graveside were those mentioned above, and his wife, and Mr. and Mrs. Alf Hannel, Mrs. Charles Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Angel and Miss Linda Power daughters and sons-in-law); Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Power, Messrs. A. M. Power and E. E. Power (sons and daughter in-law) ; Mr. and Mrs. George Wild, Mr. and Mrs. Sampel Angel, Mr. Eddie Angel, and Miss Alice Power (sisters and brothers-in-law) ; Sam Angel, jnr., Stan Wild, Ralph Wild, Robert Power, Bert Power, Eric Power, and R. Power (nephews); Mrs. T. Rodham, Vivian Power, Ella Power, and Mrs. G. Keyes (nieces), and a large number of other relatives. Among others present were Messrs. T. I. Macdonald, J. Whiticker, Herbert Piper, W. Ball, Tomas Power, Mr. and Mrs. P. Power, Messrs. M. Reineker, R. J. Beaver, Jack Beaver, Lee Foo. Mark Kellahan, Alf Breasley, K. Breasley, Allie Hyland, Reg. Purtell, J. J. Sullivan, Glen Hulm, C. Webster, E. M'Namara, H. O'Dwyer, Phil O'Dwyer, T. Webster, J. Connors, J. George, J. W. Jones, G. Baumer. Ned Baker, George Winters, Joseph King, .T. McIntyre, W. W. Dunn, T. W. Dunn, Norman Menz, Mrs. A. Menz, Messrs. Peter Rodd, G. Hanson, Fred Morton, Oliver Baker, T. Rodham, and many others. The coffin waa very heavily covered with floral tributes, including those from the chairman and committee of the Murrumbidgee Turf Club, the Wagga Horse Trainers ' Association, the Gloaming Tennis Club, the staff and proprietress (Mrs. L. M. Andrews) of the Wagga Pastoral Hotel, and many others. The funeral arrangements were conducted by Messrs. McIntosh Bros,, of Wagga.
Source: Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga) 3 Jul 1933


Mary Theresa Backhouse

HOWARD.-March 11, 1929, at her residence, Clifton, Weston-street, Harris Park, Mary Teresa, wife of the late Alfred James Howard, late of Seven Hills, and beloved mother of Arthur, Ernest, Fred, Alf, Harry,
Dave, and Phil, aged 81 years.


515. Henry Cecil Howard

Cause of Death: Carbon Monoxide Poisononing self caused while metally deranged - from Coronors report


Garth Bruce Howard - Grandson


Harriet Amelia Power

Mrs. R. G. Nesbitt received word from Sydney yesterday of the death of her eldest sister, Mrs. Harriet Amelia Howard (nee Power), of Wentworthville, Sydney at the age of 78 years. She was one of the daughters of the late Samuel Robert Power of Rose Mont, Forest Hill. Her surviving sisters are Mrs. J. Harriden, Mrs. George Graham, Mrs. R. Nesbitt. Mrs. Ollie King, and Mrs. Esmond Clayton and her brothers are Messrs. Robert Power and Oswald Power, all of Wagga.
Source: Daily Advertiser 9 Nov 1940