Margaret Campbell McCrackan
Probate has been granted of the will of the Mr Allan Yeomans grazier, of Gilgoin Brewarrina who died on May 15 last. The estate which was of the net value of pounds 17893 was left absolutely to the testator's widow, Margaret Campbell Yeomans.
Source: The SMH 15 Aug 1916
150. Richard John Yeomans
YEOMANS—LANGWILL.—July 14, 1931, at All Saints, Woollahra, by the Rev. Canon Langley, Richard John Yeomans, eldest son of the late Allan Yeomans, of Gilgoin, Brewarrina, and Mrs. Allan Yeomans, of Rocklands, Edgecliff-road, Woollahra, to Mary Morehead Langwill, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Langwill, of Mayfield, Newcastle.
Source: The SMH 12 Aug 1931
Mary Morehead Langwill
Died aged 112
155. Geoffrey Hendric Yeomans
DEATH OF LIEUT. YEOMANS.
A private cable has been received in Sydney announcing that Lieutenant Geoffrey Yeomans has been killed in France, and li his many friends will deplore the death of one so highly esteemed and popular. The deceased was the sixth son of the late Mr. Alan Yeomans. of Yilgoin, who died recently, and a brother of Mr. Alan Yeomans, produce manager and auctioneer of Pitt, Son, and Badgery, Ltd. He was a splendid type of young Australian, and was educated at the Sydney Grammar School, afterwards going through a practical course at the Hawkesbury Agricultural College. Prior to the war he was engaged in pastoral pursuits in the Brewarrina district. He enlisted in the Light Horse, and served through the Gallipoli campaign, receiving his commission whilst on active service. The deepest, sympathy is ex pressed with his family in their great loss.
Source: The Sydney Wool and Stock Journal 18 Aug 1916
James Frederick Fitzhardinge
Vidal, JAMES FREDERICK FITZHARDINGE, of Sydney, attorney-at- law, to MAUDE, second daughter of JOHN YEOMANS.
Source: The SMH 16 Jan 1866
Came free on the Lucy Davidson in 1829, along with his mother who died on the voyage
Elizabeth Reed Casson
2243 Coaldale Road Coaldale NSW 2460
The family grave is located on Ridgedale Farm. The site contains five graves, four are members of the Brown family and the fifth is that of John Casson (d 1897) father of Elizabeth Brown. There is only one marble headstone which is inscribed to the memory of Elizabeth Reed (d 1913) and Joseph Brown (d 1914). This grave is surrounded by a painted wrought iron picket fence. Two of John & Elizabeth's grandchildren Linda May Brown (d 1909) and Ellis Joseph Robert (d 1898) are the other two graves.
Source: Clarence Valley Council