251. Herbert Arnold Black
STRUCK BY TRAIN. COAL-GATHERER KILLED.
Herbert Arnold Black, aged 62 years, of Veron-street, Wentworthville, was killed instantly yesterday morning by a train near
Wentworthville railway station. He was gathering coal on the railway lines about 5 30 o'clock and failed to notice a passenger train until it was nearly upon him. Parramatta Ambulance men found that his neck had been broken. They took the body to Parramatta Morgue.
Source: The SMH 27 Aug 1932
1053. Marshall Edward Black
MR. MARSHALL BLACK
Mr. Marshall Van Buren Black (66), a resident of Boorie Creek, died in St. Joseph's Hospice, Lismore, last night after a long illness.
He had been an inmate of the hospice for the past four years. Mr. Black had lived in various parts of the Richmond River district since
1908. He was born at Castle Hill, near Parramatta, and lived for a number of years at Tintenbar after coming to the district. Mr. Black,
in his earlier days, was a keen and capable horseman. His brother, Mr. Charles Black, was known throughout the State as a horse judge. The deceased is survived by a widow, five sons, and two daughters. The sons are Ted (Goonellabah), now A.M.F., John and Charles (Numulgi), Len and Walter (The Channon), and the daughters are Mrs. F. A. Somerville (Lismore) and Mrs. W. Kellner (The Channon). The funeral will leave St. Andrew's Church of England, Lismore, tomorrow after a service commencing at 1.30 p.m., for the Lismore cemetery.
Source: Northern Star 16 aug 1943