212. Ian Hamilton Peake
PEAKE-February 16 at St George District Hospital lan Hamilton (Ding) Peake dearly loved son of Abraham A Peake and the late Ada. E Peake of Peakhurst, aged 20 years See Tuesday s paper for funeral notice
Source: SMH 17 Feb 1936
Mary J Funston
PEAKE -In loving memory of my dearly beloved wife and our dear mother Mary Jane who departed this life September 11 1932 Sadlv missed Inserted by her loving husband John nnd children Arthur Edith and Sid
PEAKE -In loving memorv of Mrs J Peake of Bexley who passed awav September 11 1932 In serted by Mrs Bloomfield and family
Source: SMH 11 Sep 1933
81. Thomas Peake
PEAKE-The Relatives and Friends of Mr and
Mrs HUGH PEAKE of Peakhurst Mr and Mrs EDMOND PEAKE of Pitt Row Mr and Mrs, PERCY PEAKE of Parramatta Mr and Mrs J TOOGOOD of Pitt Row Mr and Mrs MERVYN PEAKE of Parramatta Mr and Mrs ROY PEAKE of Northmead Mr and Mrs SYD PEAKE of Parramatta and Mr and Mrs H PAYNE of Belmore are kindly Invited to attend the funeral of their dearly beloved FATHER Thomas Peake to leave his son's residence No 3(38 Church street Parramatta North THIS (Wednesday! AFTERNOON at 2 30 o clock for the Crematorium Rookwood
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PEAKE-The Relatives and Friends of the Misses MARY ANNIE and MINNIE PEAKE of Epping Mr and Mrs JOHN PEAKE of Kogarah Mr and Mrs WM PEAKE of Epping Mrs S GOODSELL of Campsie Mis L WILLARD of Gordon Mr and Mrs H LOVE of Epping nnd Mr and Mrs E FOLKARD, ot Ryde are kindly invited to attend the runeial of their dearly beloved BROTHER Thomas Peake to leave his son's residence No 366 Church street Parramatta North THIS (Wednesday) ArTERNOON at 2 30 o clock for the Crematorium Rookwood
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PEAKE -The Relatives and Friends of JANE CLISDELL of 24 Clisdell street city and Mr Mrs JAMES CLISDELL of North Sydney and Miss E CLISDELL of Cllsdell street city are kindly Invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved SON IN LAW and their BROTHER IN LAW Thomas Peake to leave his sons residence 336 Chinch street Parramatta North THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON at 2 30 o clock tor the Crematorium Rookwood
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Source: SMH 15 Jun 1932
230. James William Cecil Peake
PEAKE.—June 22, at his residence, Peakhurst, Forest-road, James William Cecil, dearly beloved son of Thomas and Ann Jane Peake, aged 3 years and 2 months.
Source: SMH 26 Jun 1890
236. Elieen Elsie Peake
All Saints Church, Parramatta, Was prettily decorated by the Misses Bessie Townend and , Florrie Fullagar on October 19, 1921, when the rector. Reverend T. Hilhouse Taylor, solemnised the marriage of Miss Eileen Elsie Peake, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Peake, 337 Church-street, North Parramatta, with Mr. John (Jack) William Toogood, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Toogood, of Bowman street, Granville.
The bride, who was given away by her father, was frocked in white embroidered georgette over satin, with flounce of silvered lace. With her embroidered tulle veil (which had been worn by her mother), she wore a wreath of orange blossoms. Her bouquet of white carnations, and white lilac, with tulle streamers, and a gold wristlet watch, were the gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Henley, as bridesmaid, was frocked in embossed and scalloped blue cachemire de sole, worn with a white mohair hat, trimmed with pink roses and blue satin ribbon streamers. She carried a bouquet of pink carnations, with tulle streamers, this with a gold armlet, being the bridegroom's gift.
Mr. Frank W. Wright was best man. Mrs. I Peake, the bride's mother, wore black duchesse mousseline, relieved with white embroidered georgette and black hat, trimmed with grapes and ru'ü ribbon. She carried a bouquet of bright pink roses, with satin ribbon streamers. Mrs. L. W. Toogood, the bridegroom's mother, wore black crepe de Chine, with white georgette trimming, and black hat with satin fruits. After the ceremony a reception was held at McKay's, about 30 guests being pre- ' sent. The tables for the wedding tea were prettily arranged with pink roses. Alderman Tucker Jones, the Mayor of Prospect and Sherwood, presided. The usual toasts were honoured. Many handsome and costly pre- sents were received. Later, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Toogood left for their honeymoon trip to I Melbourne, the bride travelling in a mastic gabardinemcostume, and blue hat, trimmed with I lace and grapes.
Source: The SMH 22 Nov 1921