Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of Thomas Arndell

Notes - Page 3

 


John Tunks

Marine

Source: SMH
MR. J. R. W. TUNKS.
Mr. John R. W. Tunks, who died at his residence in Albert-street, Parramatta, on Tuesday, in his 83rd year, was a member of one of the oldest families In the State Mr. Tunks was the son of the late John Tunks, who came to New South Wales as a marine over a century ago, and later took up a large area of land in the Parramatta district, and conducted one of the early hotels and a timber yard. The late Mr. John Tunks kept the Royal Exchange Hotel at Parramatta at one time, and later was engaged in citrus growing near Parramatta. He leaves three sons and two daughters. The Interment took place at St. John's Cemetery, Parramatta, yesterday.
Source: SMH 10 Jul 1930


45. John Tunks

MR. J. R. W. TUNKS.
Mr. John R. W. Tunks, who died at his residence in Albert-street, Parramatta, on Tuesday, in his 83rd year, was a member of one of the oldest families In the State Mr. Tunks was the son of the late John Tunks, who came to New South Wales as a marine over a century ago, and later took up a large area of land in the Parramatta district, and conducted one of the early hotels and a timber yard. The late Mr. John Tunks kept the Royal Exchange Hotel at Parramatta at one time, and later was engaged in citrus growing near Parramatta. He leaves three sons and two daughters. The Interment took place at St. John's Cemetery, Parramatta, yesterday.
Source: SMH 10 Jul 1930


58. Francis Louisa Maddox

DEATH OF MISS F. L. MADDOX.
Miss Frances Louisa Maddox died at St. Luke's Hospital on Monday in her 70th year. Miss Maddox was a daughter of Dr. George Maddox, of Launceston, and granddaughter of Captain George T. Maddox, who, after fighting at the Battle of Waterloo, arrived in Sydney as Deputy Commissariat-General, and who held a similar position afterwards in Van Die- men's Land. Her mother was a daughter of John Lakeland, superintendent of convicts in Van Diemen's Land, and of Mary Arndell, who was born at Parramatta in 1793. Miss Arndell was a daughter of Dr. Thomas Arndell, who was a surgeon in the first fleet arriving in Australia in 1788.
Miss Maddox lived most of her life with her cousin, Mrs. James White, at Cranbrook, Rose Bay, and Kirkham, Camden. For the latter part of her life she had lived with her elder sister, Mrs. John E. Tremayne Rodd, at Orwell, Potts Point.
SourceSMH 29 Sep 1927


30. Jane Elizabeth Arndell

Obituary.
THE death took place at Abbey Green, Singleton, on February 25, of Mrs Jane Elizabeth Loder, wife of Mr George Loder, and eldest daughter of the late Thomas Arndell, of Caddai, at the age of 71. The deceased, who had been a keen sufferer for a number of years, was sister to Mr Thomas and the Misses Arndell, of Caddai, and to Mr Arndell, of Glen Dhu, Blandford.
Source: Windsor and Richmond Gazette 27 Mar 1897


31. James Andrew Arndell

MR. J. A. ARNDELL.
Another Hawkesbury native passed suddenly away last Sunday at his residence, Glen Dhu Blandford, in the person of James Andrew Arndell, a former resident and native of Caddai. Deceased was the youngest son of the late Mr Thomas Arndell, of Caddai, and was brother to Mr Thomas Arndell of the same locality, and Mr Geo Arndell, of Blandford. The family is one of the oldest in the district, deceased's late father being born in the Hawkesbury. Deceased carried on farming pursuits here for some years with his brothers, but after the '67 flood, when the farmers suffered so heavily, he left with his brother George to try his fortune elsewhere, and chose the Muswellbrook district, where they went in for sheep-farming. Deceased was related to the Hall family, and was buried at Murrurundi on Tuesday last. He had attained the age of 62 years.
Source: Windsor and Richmond Gazette 18 Aug 1894


80. Alice A White

DEATHS
On the 20th December, at Caddie, Windsor, Alice Arndell, infant daughter of F. R. White, Esq., of Harben Vale, Murrurundi, aged 10 months.
Source: The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser 4 Jan 1866