William Ernest Small
William's paternal great grandparents were John Small (Convict-Charlotte)
and Mary Parker (Convict- Lady Penrhyn).
22. James Bellamy
At the Wollombi, on the 2nd instant, by a fall from his horse, Mr. James Bellamy, aged 23, leaving a wife and three children to deplore their loss.
Source: The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser 7 Jan 1852
SHEATHER.-October 15, 1909, at her late residence, Camellia-grove, Parramatta, Annie, relict of the late Silas Sheather, aged 82 years.
Source: The SMH 16 Oct 1909
211. Sidney T Bellamy
BELLAMY-RANDALL; A pretty wedding was. celebrated at The Manse, Parramatta, by the Roy. John Paterson, on 3rd April, when Miss Mabel Alice Randall, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Randall, of Rydalmere, was married to Mr. Sydney Thomas Bellamy, youngest son of the late Mrs. George Bellamy, Parramatta. The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a pretty gown. of white crepe-de-chine heavily embossed with satin braid, and white hat trimmed with pink and silver leaves. She carried a shower bouquet of white cactus dahlias and Easter daisies, with a gold brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. The brides-. maid, Miss Jessie Randall, was frocked in shell pink crepe-de-chine and georgette, and carried a shower bouquet of pink cactus dahlias and roses with a gold bracelet, being a gift of the bridegroom: Mr. C. Walton acted as best man. Only a few intimate friends were entertained at the breakfast, owing to the recent death of the bridegroom's mother.
Source: The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate 21 Apr 1923
Mr. Richard Whittaker of Collingrove Station, near Gundagi brother of the late George Whittaker of Narandera accidently shot himself with a sparrow gun, last week. Deceased was over 80 years of age, and for half a century resident of the Gundagi district.
Source: Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser 11 Oct 1912
36. Charles Howarth
LATE MR. CHARLES HOWARTH.
The funeral of the late Mr. Charles Howard, who died at his residence 1 Chester Street, Bellambi, early on Saturday last, took place at the Presbyterian Cemetery, Bulli, last Sunday afternoon. the cortege was large and representative. Deceased, who was for many years a resident of the district, and very highly respected by all who knew him, leaves a widow and three daughters; Mrs. J Lewis, Mrs. J Salisbury and Mrs. Peter Jenkins, to mourn their loss.
Source: The St. George Call 7 Jul 1922