Australian English Genealogy

 Descendants of Henry Kable

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242. William John Kable

Worked for Singer Sewing Machine Company

247. Caroline Kable

Woman Struck By Train Near Mt. Colah
MRS. CAROLINE PITTS. 46, of Queen-St. Asquith, was walking along the railway line near Mount Colah, shortly before midnight, when she was struck by a train, which threw her clear of the rails. She received a fractured skull, scalp wounds, and a crushed left hand, and was taken by the Central District Ambulance to the Royal North Shore Hospital.
Source: Evening News 6 Jan 1931

251. Frederick William Kable

Mr. Frederick Kable
The death occurred suddenly at his home in Yarrow Street, Dunedoo, on Wednesday, September 12, of Frederick Kable, a well-known resident of the town, at the age of 82 years. The late Mr. Kable, who was a native of Queensland, came to this district 53 years ago. Shortly after his arrival he was married at Bolaro and he and his wife have lived there ever since. He was well known throughout the district and was highly respected. Besides his widow he also leaves five sons and three daughters to mourn their loss. They are William (Dunedoo), Lloyd (Sydney), George (Lithgow), Cecil (Dunedoo), Claude (Merrygoen), Adelena (Mrs. Nevins, Hannah's Bridge), Lily (Mrs. W. J Brydon, Dunedoo), and Amelia (Mrs. A. Brydon, Clandulla). He also leaves 38 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. The funeral took place to the Church of England portion of the Dunedoo Cemetery, where the Rev. L. V. Caldwell performed the last sad rites. A long cortege followed the procession and. there were many beautiful floral tributes. The funeral arrangements were in the hands of Mr. D. Whale, of Gulgong.
Source: Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative 20 Sep 1945

Rebecca Hogden

Mrs. Rebecca Kable
Another very vital link in the line of old pioneers of the Dunedoo district was broken On Tuesday, August 2, when Mrs. Rebecca Kable, relict of the late Mr. Frederick Kable, passed away at the Dunedoo War Memorial Hospital, after a fairly long period of ill-health. Deceased, who was 76 years of age, had been a resident of the Dunedoo district all her life, having been born at 'Bolaro' in 1873. She will be greatly missed. Of a rather retiring nature, the late Mrs. Kable was none the less, widely known, and very highly respected. Our sincere sympathy is extended to the bereaved sons, Lloyd (Sydney), George (Lithgow), Cecil (North Coast), Claude (Merrygoen), also daughters Adelina (Mrs. Nivens, Hannah's Bridge), Lily {Mrs. W. Brydon, Dunedoo), and Amelia (Mrs. A. Brydon; Kandos). There are approximately 40 living grand children, and 30 great grand children.
Source: Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative 11 Aug 1949