34. John Crowley
LATE MR J CROWLEY
The estate of the late Mr. John Crowley. Grazier, of Cobbadah, who died on July 18 last, has, for probate purposes, been valued at £80,139, of which £17,656 represented realty. The testator, who was 78 years of age, left the whole of his property to his widow, children, and grandchildren.
Source: The SMH 2 Sep 1925
166. Grace Adela Williams Crowley
Violet D Simshauser
Died aged 102 years
43. John William Eather
DEATH OF MR JOHN EATHER.
Early on Tuesday morning Mr John Eather, an old and highly respected resident of Bulga, passed away at his residence, at the age of 70 years. The deceased gentleman, who followed the occupation of a grazier, was born at Richmond, N.S.W., but spent the greater part of his life at Bulga, where he was married to Miss Harriet Clark. For some time past he had been suffering from asthma, and lately he caught a cold which brought on pneumonia, and caused his death. In the 70's Mr Eather was a prominent and active member of the Singleton Cricket Club, which at that time was the leading club in the northern district. Besides his widow, five sons and four daughters are left to mourn his death. The funeral took place at the Church 'of England cemetery, Bulga, yesterday, the Rev. Mr Woodhouse officiating. There was a large attendance at the graveside, including friends from Singleton and other parts, who assembled to pay the last tribute to one who had lived a long and honored life. ,
Source: Singleton Argus 4 Nov 1915
The Singleton Argus
SATURDAY, 1st DECEMBER, 1928. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS DEATH OF MRS HARRIET EATHER.
A life-long resident of Bulga, in the person of Mrs Harriet Eather, relict of the late J. W. Eather, passed away on Wednesday, after a brief illness.The deceased was born at Bulga 79 years ago. Her husband predeceased her by 12 years, and she is survived by four sons and four daughters. The funeral on Thursday was large and representative of the district, and the re mains were interred in the Church of England cemetery at Bulga.
Source: Singleton Argus 1 Dec 1928
192. Hope Isabel Eather
The death occurred at Dangar Cottage Hospital on Wednesday evening of Miss Hope Isabel Eather, 64, of "Meerea" Bulga, following a short illness. De ceased, a native of this district was a well known church and charity worker and was a high- ly respected member of her community. Her funeral, which took place at Bulga Church of England cemetery this morning was conducted by H. Partridge and Sons, Singleton funeral directors. The Rev. E. K. Clarke of Jerry's Plains took the service.
Source: Singleton Argus 1 Jul 1949
195. John Thomas Eather
KILLED WHILE THRESHING
John Eather' (23) was killed while engaged in threshing lucerne seed at Singleton.. The driving belt flew off a wheel, and deceased put up his arm as if to avoid being struck by the belt, when he was suddenly drawn forward to the fly wheel. His skull was fractured and his arm broken. Deceased was a returned soldier.
Source: Barrier Miner 16 Jun 1920