252. Mavis E Golsby
Miss Mavis Golsby, .daughter of Mr. Joseph Golsby, of Rockley, has undergone an operation at Lewisham Hospital, and her condition is causing relatives and friends some anxiety. Her father an sisters have gone to Lewisham.
Source: The Bathurst Times 11 Apr 1918
63. Otho George Golsby
VALE, O. G. GOLSBY
Good Citizen Passes
The death occurred suddenly at his home in Brisbane Street on Sunday morning of Otho George Golsby, at the age of 65 years. Deceased had attended his business in Talbragar Street, until 9 o'clock on the previous evening, and had then retired for the night. Shortly after 1 o'clock, he left his bed and expired a few minutes later. Deceased was a well-known citizen, having conducted a business in Dubbo for many years. He was a Masonic Past Master of Lodge Macquarie and a member of Dubbo Bowling Club. The late O. G. Golsby was born at Caloola, N.S.W., and had lived the whole of his life in the State. Married at Mudgee to Miss Alice Wilton, he is survived by a widow and two daughters, Nada (Mrs. J. Handcock, Marrickville) and Zena. Messrs. Joseph (Rockley) and Roy Golsby (Bathurst) are brothers, and Mesdames
Mendham and Ritzan (North Sydney), McPhillamy-Smith (Blayney) and Rankin (Newbridge) are sisters. 'The funeral cortege left -Holy Trinity at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, after a service at the church conducted by the Rev. C. W. Leavers, who also officiated at the obsequies. Lodge Macquarie held a Lodge of Sorrow at the Masonic Temple prior to the funeral, and brethren marched in the cortege. The Masonic service was conducted by Wor. Bro. F. Fudge, W.M., at the graveside. The funeral was very large and fully representative of the business and social interests of the community. C. J. Shakespeare & Sons had charge of the funeral, a special car
carrying the beautiful floral wreaths, while the hearse was laden with flowers. At the service in Holy Trinity Church, the Rector, a P.D.G.I.W. of Lodge Macquarie, based his remarks on the lines: 'He has left this life to go to the great Lodge on high, where the blessed live in perpetual peace. He paid a high tribute to the departed townsman, concluding with: 'Standing here amid this bower of beautiful flowers, the last gift of sincere friends, may I extend the sympathy of all to the bereaved family in the loss
of a brother, who had been faithful in his home, clean and just in his business transactions, one of the best of sportsmen and a worthy citizen. As, later, we will be dropping our tributes ol' evergreen into the grave, symbolical of the immortality of the soul, we can assure the family that we consider none more worthy to receive them.' The hymns, 'Nearer, My God, to Thee' and 'Abide with Me,' were sung, Miss Raven officiating at the organ. The pall-bearers were Wor. Bros. G. A. Henderson, W. Ellis, A. S, Whittle, J. H. Murphy, W. Ley and Bro. G. H. Cole. Among the wreaths were noticed tributes from Mr. and Mrs. Ken Masters; Ruby Currie's family; Mrs. V. Peck and
family: Mr. and Mrs. Coffee and family; Mr. and Mrs. Rope and family: Mr. Catlin and Bill: Vera, Lois, Doris and Jack; Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Whittle and family; J. Saucis (Dubbo Cafe); Mrs. S. J. Stroud and the girls; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stroud; Mr. and Mr.J. P. Wordsworth and family; Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Andrews and family; Tne
Ganarrin Meat Service; Mr. and Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Andrews, senr.; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Matheson; Mr. and Mrs. R. Whiteley; Mr. and Mrs. V. Davidson: Mr. and Mrs. A. and C. Carrett; Harry, Una and family: the StafT Western Stores & Edgleys Ltd.; Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood; Mr. and Mrs. A. Cook and family; Mr. J. J. Robinson
and family, also Mrs. Bourke; Mrs. B. King and Alf.; Mr. and Mrs, Wilson and family; Mrs, Proudlock and family; Mr. and Mrs. J. Dolan and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hackney and family; Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ferguson; Bill; Sisters M. Hendry, L. Dawson and A. McManus; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Astley and family; Mr. and Mrs. G; H. Dasey and family; Mrs. E. M. Blight and family; Mr. and Mrs. W. Smith and family; Lorna Lance; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Masbix, Ivan; Catholic Tennis Club; the Ladies' Auxiliary Dubbo Ambulance; Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong and family; Mr. and Mrs. Hobden and family; Mr. and Mrs. Alex. More;: Mr.and Mrs. Lark; Mr. and Mrs. Wally
Gore; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Todd; Mr. Gould and Mrs. Arlidge and family; Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Von Schill and family; Mr. and Mrs. Colorell; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Furney; Mrs. Deeves and family; Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Buckles: E. R. and R. J. , Hawke; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Murphy, Mrs. B. Cullen; the Directors Western
Stores a Edglc.vs Ltd.; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Wark and family; Mrs. and Rod Jones: Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Salter; C. M. Shakespeare; Mr. and Mrs. Fielder and family; Heather and Harley; -Holy Trinity Church, Dubbo;: The Rector, Dibbo; Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Darker; The Ladles' Circle; Mrs. G. W. Bell and family; Mrs. K. Miller and family; Mrs. Colless and family; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gamsey and family; Mr. and Mrs. D. Munro; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Wheeler and Maisie; Mr. and Mrs. J. Harrigan and family; Mr. and Mrs. G. Wheeler: Mrs. Grant and Dorrie, Dubbo Bowling Club: Noel and Ailsa; Mr. and Mrs. McGinity and Joan; Mr. and Mrs. Clarrie Gordon and family; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. England and family; Mr. and Mrs. F. Manser and Mr. Tuck; the Family; Mr. and Mrs. Lundholm: Members of the Croquet Club; Companion Royal Arch Chapter: Mr. and Mrs. J. Payne and family; Florrie Ritzan.
Source: The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate 21 Apr 1936
Owned shoe shop
Mabel Alice Wilton
Lived at 76 Brisbane St Dubbo
OBITUARY MRS. MABEL ALICE GOLSBY
A former Dubbo woman, Mrs. Mabel Alice Golsby, 67, died in Sydney on Saturday night. She was the wife of the late Mr. Otho George Golsby, who for many years conducted a shoe business, in Talbragar Street, Dubbo. Mrs. Golsby is survived by two daughters, Zina, and Nada (Mrs. A.W. Hancock, Sydney). After cremation at Rookwood Cemetery the remains will be brought to Dubbo and interred in the Church of England portion of the Dubbo cemetery on Friday. Messrs. C. J. Shakespeare and sons will be funeral directors.
Source: The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate 24 Apr 1951
271. Joseph E Golsby
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Golsby, of Caloola, will regret to hear of the death of their son, Mr. 'Ted' Golsby, who has fallen a victim to an attack of typhoid. Mr. Golsby was ill when brought into town two or three weeks ago. He succumbed last evening. Deceased was a fine, sturdy specimen of a young Australian. He was 21 years of age, and on the farm was his father's right hand. His death will be a sad blow to his parents, to whom general sympathy is extended. The funeral will take place this afternoon.
Source: The Bathurst Daily Argus 4 Jan 1909
277. Mandle Rose Golsby
In charge of public school at Carashy, Bogan Gate , for two years - 1913 was transferred in Peak Hill Public school as assistant teacher.
Ernest H Burgmann