619. Sidney James Alexander Chalker
OBITUARY MR SIDNEY CHALKER Mr. Sidney Chalker, of Kingsdale, who died, at the District Hospital on May 25, was born at Kingsdale. 63 years ago and spent practically all of his life there. He was a great lover of horses and owned and trained many trotting horses. Of at generous nature, he did much in organising functions to assist the soldiers of the district during the war. He was held in the highest regard by a wide circle of friends. He is survived by his wife, one son Jack (Kingsdale) and a daughter Eileen (Mrs. W. Carr, Baw Baw) and five brothers, Charles (Goulburn), Hugh (Wollongong), Harold (Goulburn), Donald (Yarra), Herbert (Griffith); and two sisters, Esther (Mrs. P. Speer, Woodhouselee), and Daisy (Mrs. D. Gale,.Goulburn). Three brothers predeceased him. After a service at St, Saviour's Cathedral, conducted by Dean King, the funeral left for the Church of England portion of the cemetery.
Source: Goulburn Evening Post 8 Jun 19
1239. Thelma Jean Chalker
Died from diptheria
658. David James Chalker
NEWCASTLE, Monday.— David James Chalker, 47, of Addison Road, New Lambton, was killed at the B.H.P. steelworks to-day when he was crushed between two coal trucks.
Source: The SMH 18 Sep 1951