Australian English Genealogy Descendants of James Timmins

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221. James Wheeler

Lived at Guildford

Elizabeth Ann Timmins

Mrs Elizabeth Ann Stinson, died at her residence, Jamisontown, this morning at the age of 78 years. Deceased, who was well known and very highly esteemed in the district, was born at Yarramundi, and lived in the Nepean-Hawkesbury district all her life. Her husband died about 15 years ago. She leaves two sons-John (Jamisontown), of the 20th Batt. A.I.F., and Thomas (Winton, Queensland). Another son, William Henry, of the 35th Batt., was killed at Passchendaele. Mr William Timmins, of Yarramundi, Mr Harry Timmins, of Blacktown, and Mrs E. Pearce are brothers and sister of deceased. Three brothers and a sister predecesed her.  The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon, when the interment will be in the C. of E. portion of Penrith general cemetery.
Source: Nepean Times 14 Apr 1938

Alexander Cameron

At the time of his marriage, lived at 373 George St Mudgee

35. George Henry Cross

We regret to chronicle the death of an old and respected resident of Mudgee, Mr. George Henry Cross, aged 54. The deceased was at one time in the employ of Mr. Hunter White, and sustained an injury which necessitated his seeking a light occupation. Later on he kept a boarding house in Mudgee, in which business he continued for many years, afterwards residing quietly in Market Street. The bereaved relatives include his daughter, Mrs. G. Wells, and his dearly beloved widow, for whom the greatest sympathy is felt by their many friends. The remains were interred in the R.C. portion of the general cemetery yesterday afternoon, the Right Rev. Monsignor O'Donovan reciting the prayers for the dead.
Source: Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative 12 Jul 1909


Elizabeth Slattery

Mrs. Elizabeth Stinson, aged 75 years, an old. and highly respected resident of Grose Wold, wife of Mr. Roland Stinson, passed away on the 8th inst. Deceased had suffered for some time with a weak heart, and bronchitis was the the cause of death. She was a daughter of the late Austin Slattery, a well-known character of the early days, and a sister of Mrs. Henry Hough, whose husband recently retied from the farm staff of the Hawkesbury Agricultural College, and of Mrs. Thomas Ryan, of Pitt Town. Her brother, Mr. John Slattery. was well known at Homebush, where he managed the business of Messrs. Pitt, Son and Badgery for many years. Another sister is Mrs. King, of Sydney. Mrs. Stinson left a large number of children, and her death was the first break in the family circle. The family are: Mrs. Mary Dyer, William (Grose Vale), Emily (Grose Wold), Mrs. Elizabeth Horan (Richmond), Thomas (Comleroy Road), Kathleen, Theresa and Norah (at home), Roland (Grose Wold), and Austin (Sydney). From her girlhood the late Mrs. Stinson was always looked upon as one of the best and kindliest of neighbors, and a tower of strength and fount of sympathy for all in trouble. The esteem and reverence in which she was held was shown by the large concourse of people that attended the service in St. Monica's Church, Richmond, and at the graveside in the Richmond R.C. cemetery. Rev. Father Darby conducted the solemn burial service, and Mr Chandler, of Windsor, carried out the funeral arrangements. At the Sunday Mass Rev. Father Darby prefaced his sermon with an eloquent tribute, to the exemplary life of the late Mrs. Stinson, and referred to many events of her life.
Source: Windsor and Richmond Gazette 15 Jun 1923