Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of Isaac Cornwell

Notes - Page 3

Eugene John Dyer

THE death occurred at Sydney on Thurs day of last week, June 10, of Mr. Eu gene John Dyer, formerly of Windsor, at the age of 62 years . For many years the deceased conducted a boot warehouse in Windsor in the premises in George-street now occupied by Mr. Jack Denzel. He was also a keen rifle shot, and, along with the late Edmund Sandoz, established the first picture theatre in Windsor, known as the Local Venture and situated in Baker- street. He is survived by a daughter, Millie (Mrs. Sells, of Manly), and a sister, Minnie (Mrs. W. J. Skinner, of Manly). The remains were privately cremated.
Source: Windsor and Richmond Gazette 18 Jun 1937

John Ezzy

Died when kicked by a horse

Mary Hough

The news of the death of Mrs. William Cornwell, of Thornlea Gorman's Hill, will not be unexpected to her friends, as the deceased lady has been an invalid for many years. Within the past fortnight, however, her end has been hourly expected, and she passed away this morning at the age of 83 years. Mrs. Cornwell, who was a native of Richmond, came to the Bathurst district with her husband in the early sixties. Soon afterwards Mr. Cornwell purchased the property at Thornlea, where they have resided ever since. Mrs. Cornwell was universally esteemed and her name was synonymous with hospitality and large- heartedness. Her family consisted of one son — Mr. J. W. Cornwell — of Randwick, and two daughters. The Misses Cornwell have been devoted in their attention to their mother during her long period of sickness. The demise of their aged parent is keenly felt by the children, as also by the aged partner in life, and a large circle of friends. The funeral takes place to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, and deceased will be buried at Kelso.
Source: Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal 1 Feb 1904

20. Abraham Cornwell

The death of Mr. Abraham Cornwell, of Stewart street, Bathurst, was re corded in the papers last week. Some of the facte concerning the family with which Mr. Cornwell was connected are interesting as showing the ages of the various members. Mr and Mrs Cornwell were natives of the Richmond district (Hawkesbury River), their parents being amongst the earliest pioneers. Mr Cornwell esablished a tannery business which he carried on successfully for many years. Thirteen children weroe born to them, and the family circle remained unbroken until after the death of both parents, each having reaehed the age of 81 years. It was some years afterwards that the youngest son died, being 57 years. Since then, other members of the family have passed away, three daugh ters alone remaining. Mr Abraham Cornwell was the only surviving son his age being 90 years. The eldest daughter died at 93. Two other members of the family reached 86 and 83 years respectively, while six were be tween seventy and eighty years. The three surviving daughters— Mrs. John Tipping (Penrith), Mrs. Gloster S. White (Chatswood), and Mrs William Eaton (Chatswood) — have all passed the allotted span by several years.
Source: The Bathurst Times 26 Feb 1924

Mary Hannah Hodge

A very old and aespeeled resident of the city passed away yesteiday morning in the person of Mrs. Cornwell, w;ife of Mr. Abraham Cornwell, and mother of Messrs., Phillip and Charles' Cornwell, Mrs. J. P. Smith (Fiji), Mrs. L. T. Davis (Paddington), and the Misses Eva, Ella, and Gertrude. Deceased had not been in the best of health for a long time past. Mrs. Cornwell was 73 years of age. The funeral takes place this afternoon.
Source: The Bathurst Times 18 Nov 1912

John Krebs Ashbury

NSW Railways - engine driver

127. Charles Percy Ashbury

Electrician. He is mentioned in the Penrith local history as having arranged electric light illumination of the Penrith main street for special occasions.