375. Robert Lucius Gaudry
MR. BOB GAUDRY.
The death occurred at his residence View Street, Camden, yesterday, of Mr. Lucius Robert (Bob) Gaudry, at the age of 58 years. Deceased was well known and highly respected throughout the district and his death will come as a great shock to many friends. He has been ailing for a few weeks. Besides a beloved wife, one daughter (Gwendoline) and one son (Hugh) are left to mourn.
Source: The Picton Post 16 Jul 1930
392. Mary E Egan
HEROIC POSTMISTRESS CAMDEN, Saturday.
Mrs. Mary Flynn, postmistress at a neighboring centre, was burnt to death last night. It is believed that she was awakened when the Post Ofiice caught fire and entered the building from her cottage in an effort to save some documents. The Post Office was razed to the ground.
Source: Bathurst Times 18 Aug 1924
John Paul Flynn
DEATH OF MR. JOHN FLYNN, J.P. (From our own Correspondent.) .
The death of Mr. John Flynn, J.P., occurred at Burragorang, after many years of suffering. The deceased, who was well and favorably known, resided in Burragorang for the best part of his life. He had charge of the local post-office for some years and carried on at the same time the business of grocer and general dealer in stock. Always of a quiet, gentle, and unassuming disposition, Mr. Flynn was held in the highest respect by all classes of the community. The writer many times felt deeply interested in listening to his many adventures in the curly days of Burragorang, when the blacks were many, and the only mode of transit a pack horse. Mr. Flynn 's word was his bond, and throughout the district he was known as a thoroughly straight man. The funeral is timed for two o'clock today (Tuesday), in the Burragorang cemetery. Deceased leaves a widow and three sons; John, George, and James (the latter is a teacher in the Education Department, to mourn their loss.
Source: Lithgow Mercury 23 Ot 1914