Mary Wade Family

Edward Jonathan AngelAge: 82 years18521934

Name
Edward Jonathan Angel

Edward John Angel

Name
Edward John Angel
Birth June 13, 1852 61 39
Birth of a brotherSamuel Angel
December 18, 1853 (Age 18 months)
Christening March 12, 1854 (Age 20 months)
Christening of a brotherSamuel Angel
March 12, 1854 (Age 20 months)
Death of a maternal grandmotherMary Wade
December 17, 1859 (Age 7 years)
Note: Citation of original death certificate
Burial of a maternal grandmotherMary Wade
December 20, 1859 (Age 7 years)
Note: Citation of original death certificate
Death of a half-brotherChristopher Ledwidge
August 8, 1869 (Age 17 years)
Death of a brotherRobert Angel
May 20, 1870 (Age 17 years)
Cause: Accident- hitting a tree whilst riding a horse (3 hours).
Note:

Bell's Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle (New South Wales : 1860 - 1870) Saturday 28 May 1870

Mr Robert Angel, at Wagga Wagga, was recently killed through his horse bringing him into violent collision with the trunk of a tree.

Note: According to his death certificate, at the time of his death, Robert was 28 years old and was working as a labourer. He lived for three hours after being accidentially struck by a tree when riding a horse and was attended to by Dr William Lyons. Witnesses to his burial were Henry Maxham and Denis Bergin. Source- Sandie McKoy
Burial of a brotherRobert Angel
May 21, 1870 (Age 17 years)
Address: Wagga Wagga Monumental Cemetery, Kooringal Road, Kooringal, New South Wales, Australia
Cemetery: Wagga Wagga Monumental Cemetery, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death of a half-brotherJohn C Ledwidge
July 1, 1873 (Age 21 years)
MarriageElizabeth BrookerView this family
June 2, 1880 (Age 27 years)
Birth of a son
#1
Stanley Edward Angel
February 27, 1881 (Age 28 years)
Death of a fatherHenry Angel
December 7, 1881 (Age 29 years)
Note:

Australian Town and Country Journal (New South Wales : 1870 - 1907) Saturday 17 December 1881

"AN OLD COLONIST GONE.-The late Mr. Henry Angel who died at Lake Albert, near Wagga, at his residence on the 7th instant, at the age of 91 year, was a colonist for over 60 years, having arrived in the colony in 1819. He first settled in Kiama as a farmer. In 1824 he went with Humo and Hovell's party on the expedition overland to Hobson's Bay. He was one of the first men who crossed the River Murray and was always foremost in any difficult situations or hardships on the journey. Mr. Hume, in his reports of the expedition, frequently mentions the name ot Henry Angel, and speaks highly of his courage and determination. He appears always to have been a man on whom great reliance was placed by the explorers iu any difficulty or hardships.

Mr. Angel afterwards followed the occupation of a farmer and became a squatter on the Murrumbidgee. He eventually settled near Wagga, and became possessed of a considerable landed estate. He was noted in the district for his strict integrity. ln 1832 he married Mary Brooker. There were l6 children of the marriage, eight of whom and the widow and 70 grandchildren survive their father.

Burial of a fatherHenry Angel
1881 (Age 28 years)
Address: Wagga Wagga Monumental Cemetery, Kooringal Road, Kooringal, New South Wales
Cemetery: Wagga Wagga Monumental Cemetery
Birth of a son
#2
Leslie James Angel
February 16, 1883 (Age 30 years)
Christening of a sonLeslie James Angel
March 22, 1883 (Age 30 years)
Birth of a son
#3
Walter Edwin Angel
December 19, 1884 (Age 32 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 26901/1885

Birth of a daughter
#4
Myrtle Evelyn Blanche Angel
December 19, 1886 (Age 34 years)
Birth of a son
#5
Harvey Edgar Angel
May 25, 1888 (Age 35 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 29359/1888

Birth of a daughter
#6
Muriel Evelyn Angel
July 13, 1890 (Age 38 years)
Death of a motherMary Brooker
September 29, 1890 (Age 38 years)
Cause: Mary died from Chronic Rheumatic Gout and Hepatitis. She was attended by Dr M. O'Connor.
Note: The death informant was her son Henry Angel, who was living at Wagga Wagga. The death was registered at Wagga Wagga on the 30th of September 1890. Source: copy of death certificate
Burial of a motherMary Brooker
October 1, 1890 (Age 38 years)
Note: Witnesses to the burial were John Croft and A. Brooker. Source: copy of death certificate. Grave Location: ANG-R-6-0025
Death of a brotherWilliam Angel
October 28, 1891 (Age 39 years)
Cause: Influenza and Pneumonia
Note: According to his death certificate, William was 53 and a 'Gentleman' at the time of his death. He died at his residence- Fairview, Forbes Street, Newtown, New South Wales of Influenza and Pneumonia. He was last seen by a Dr James Kingsbury the day before his death. The death informant was his father in law Henry Harris who was living at Redfern, New South Wales. Witnesses to his burial were Richard Beach and James Vaughan. Source- death certificate provided by Sandie McKoy
Burial of a brotherWilliam Angel
October 29, 1891 (Age 39 years)
Census 1891 (Age 38 years)
Birth of a son
#7
Horace Edmond Angel
June 25, 1892 (Age 40 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 35874/1892

Birth of a son
#8
Harold Bruce Angel
June 13, 1897 (Age 45 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 26772/1897

Birth of a daughter
#9
Eva Angel
June 13, 1897 (Age 45 years)
Source:

Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 26771/1897

Marriage of a childStanley Edward AngelHedwig Rosalia Beatrice RosenbergView this family
October 29, 1904 (Age 52 years)
Death of a wifeElizabeth Brooker
November 30, 1904 (Age 52 years)
Burial of a wifeElizabeth Brooker
December 2, 1904 (Age 52 years)
MarriageEllen Maria PowerView this family
March 19, 1906 (Age 53 years)
Birth of a daughter
#10
Gertrude Jean Angel
May 14, 1907 (Age 54 years)
Death of a brotherRichard Angel
June 18, 1907 (Age 55 years) Age: 62
Cause: Progressive Muscular Atrophy & Exhaustion (past 3 years)
Note: At the time of his death, Richard was 65 years old and a grazier. He died from progressive muscular atrophy and exhaustion (3 yrs). He died at home at 11 Wollundry Street, Wagga Wagga. The death informant was his brother James who was living at Humula. Witnesses to the burial were O. Minty and W. J. Blake. Source: death certificate supplied by Sandie McKoy.
Burial of a brotherRichard Angel
June 19, 1907 (Age 55 years)
Note: Location: ANG-X-37-0012. Richard and Sarah are buried next to each other
Marriage of a childLeslie James AngelFlorence May GrahamView this family
May 20, 1908 (Age 55 years)
Marriage of a childWalter Edwin AngelConstance Ann RapleyView this family
November 17, 1909 (Age 57 years)
Source:

Footnote: Mary Wade P 225

Source:

Footnote: 12667/1909

Marriage of a childHarvey Edgar AngelWinifred Alethea BarrettView this family
October 18, 1921 (Age 69 years)
Source:

Footnote: Mary Wade P 227

Source:

Footnote: 15519/1921

Death of a brotherHenry Angel
July 9, 1924 (Age 72 years)
Cause: Cardiac Failure for 7 days
Burial of a brotherHenry Angel
July 10, 1924 (Age 72 years)
Cemetery: Church Of England Cemetery, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales
Note:

Funeral Notice, Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, New South Wales : 1911 - 1954) Friday 11 July 1924 p 2 Article

MR. HENRY ANGEL.

The last journey of one of Wagga's oldest pioneers was carried out.yesterday afternoon, when a large numher of prominent citizens, friends and relatives followed the earthly remains of Mr. Henry Angel, from his daughter's residence (Mrs. C. Inglis), Collins street, to the Wagga Cemetery, where the body was buried in the Church of England portion.

The Vea Archdeacon Pike officiated at the grave side. He made a feeling reference to the life of the, deceased. as a pioneer of Riverina. The chief mourners' at his graveside were Mesdames Chas. Inglis, Wagga; A. E. Thompson, Grenfell, Renehan, Cootamnndra; A. Harding, Wagga; Miss Alma Angel, Sydney, daughters; Messrs. Ernest Angel, Cooma; Sidney Angel, Wagga, sons; Jas. Cunningham, Wagga, step-son; Samuel Angel, Wagga, brother.

The coffin was borne by the following: — Messrs. Ernest Angel, (son), R. J. Cunningham (step-son); A. E. Thompson (son-in-lnw), H. J. C. Inglis, B. Inglis, and D. M. Inglis (grandsons). Pallbearers: Messrs. Chas. Inglis (son-in-law), S. Angel - brother, L. Angel (nephew), A. Harding (son-in-law) C. S. Angel (grandson), George F. Seckold (representative of the MUIOOF)

In additional to the abovementioned, the deceased leaves the following sons and daughters- H. G. Angel, Sydney, Mrs E. Bowkett, Newcastle, daughter, and Mr J. Cunningham, step-son, Cootamundra. Owing to her present state of ill health, the deceased widow was unable to attend. Many beautiful flowers were sent from relatives and friends

Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, New South Wales : 1911 - 1954) Friday 11 July 1924 p 2 Article

Death of a brotherJames Angel
June 5, 1926 (Age 73 years)
Cause: Myocarditis
Note:

Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 8 June 1926 DEATH NOTICE, MR. JAMES ANGEL. WAGGA. Monday. The death has occurred of Mr. James Angel, 76- years, an old resident of the district, and a well-known grazier. At one time he owned Humula Station. He was a son of Mr Henry Angel, who was a member of the Hume and Hovell exploration party when they travelled down the Murray and Murrumbidgee rivers

Note: According to his death certificate, at the time of death, James was 76 years old, a grazier and died at Beckwith Street, Wagga Wagga from a Cerebral Haemorrhage and Myocarditis. He was last seen by a doctor A S Boyd on 25th of May- about 10 days before his death. The death informant was his son Percy who was living at Jackson Street, Wagga. Witnesses to the burial were A Boyton and Henry J C Inglis. Source- Sandie McKoy
Burial of a brotherJames Angel
June 7, 1926 (Age 73 years)
Address: Wagga Wagga Monumental Cemetery, Kooringal Road, Kooringal, New South Wales
Cemetery: Wagga Wagga Monumental Cemetery, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death of a daughterMyrtle Evelyn Blanche Angel
October 23, 1928 (Age 76 years)

Death of a wifeEllen Maria Power
April 14, 1930 (Age 77 years)
Burial of a wifeEllen Maria Power
April 15, 1930 (Age 77 years)
Note: Grave location: ANG-Q-21-0033
Death of a sisterMary Angel
July 6, 1932 (Age 80 years)
Cause: Heart Disease
Note:

The death occurred at her residence, Kogarah, on July 6 of Mrs. Mary Harris, widow of Mr. Henry Harris, and sister of Mr. F. Angel, of Wagga at the age of 85 years. The internment was at the Rookwood cemetery.

Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW), 11 July 1932, p 2

Death of a sisterKeturah Angel
November 22, 1932 (Age 80 years)
Cause: Pneumonia
Burial of a sisterKeturah Angel
November 23, 1932 (Age 80 years)
Death November 8, 1934 (Age 82 years)
Cause of death: Lobar Pneumonia for 8 days
Note: According to his death certificate, Edward was 82 and a farmer and grazier at the time of his death. He died at his residence at Lake Albert, New South Wales of Lobar Pneumonia. He was last seen by a Dr A S Boyd the day before his death. The death informant was his son Leslie who was living Albury Road, Via Wagga, New South Wales. Witnesses to his burial were J Lockett and M J Campbell.
Burial November 10, 1934 (2 days after death)
Religion: Church of England
Obituary
Newspaper Article
November 12, 1934 (4 days after death)
Note:

OBITUARY MR. E. J. ANGEL

The death occurred at the age of 82 years, at his residence, "Springvale," Lake Albert, last night, after an illness of about a fortnight, of Mr. Edward Jonathan Angel, who was the second youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Angel, of Lake Albert, who were among the earliest pioneers of the Wagga district.

Mr. E. Angel was 10 years of age when his parents settled at Lake Albert. His father was with the Hume and Hovell expedition in New South Wales in the early days, and was the first white man to swim the Murray River near Albury.

The deceased was a keen fancier of Shorthorn cattle, of which he was a noted breeder. He had lived at Lake Albert all his life and was also a very great lover of horses, having trained many splendid animals during his long life at the station. He was one of the founders of the coursing club. The plumpton was situated on his property, and he had a number of good dogs himself which were very successful in coursing matches.

Mr. Angel was rector's warden at the Lake Albert Church of England for the last 25 years, and was held in very high esteem and respect throughout Wagga and district. He was one of the oldest members of the M.U.I.O.O.F. Lodge, and was a keen cricketing enthusiast, having been a splendid player in his younger days. He never missed seeing any of the matches played at Lake Albert up to the time he became ill. He was also a member of the M.P. and A.A. for a great many years.

He is survived by six sons and three daughters, Stanley Edward, Leslie James, Walter Edwin, Harvey Edgar, and Horace Edmund, of Lake Albert, and Harold Bruce Angel, of Sydney, Misses Ivy and Gertie Angel, of Lake Albert, and Mrs. W. Miller, of Mona Vale. One brother survives, Mr. Samuel Angel, of Trail-street, Wagga.

The funeral will move from "Springvale," Lake Albert, at 2.30 o'clock to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon for the family enclosure of the Wagga cemetery.

Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Friday 9 November 1934 p 4 Article

MR. E. J. ANGEL

The funeral of Mr. Edward Jonathan Angel, of "Springvale," Lake Albert, who died at his residence on Thursday, took place on Saturday afternoon. The cortege, which was a very large one, was a very fine tribute to the character of Mr. Angel and to the esteem in which he was held throughout the Lake Albert and the Wagga district.

The cortege moved from "Springvale" at 3 o'clock, where a short service was conducted before the funeral by the Ven. Archdeacon S. J. West, of Wagga. The interment took place in the family enclosure in the Church of England division of the Wagga Cemetery where Archdeacon West officiated.

Archdeacon West, in his address at the graveside, said that Mr. Angel had had three great characteristics. The first was that he put forth his best efforts in developing the rural and commercial life of the district. That was a work that all men must honor because it was a fundamental duty which God required of every man. The result of Mr. Angel's work would ever remain a tribute to his memory.

Secondly, Mr. Angel was a great "home" man. Home was everything to him and he played his part well. He was a good husband and a good father who enjoyed the affection of every member of his family. It was a great tribute to a man to have every member of his family say "he was a great man in his own home."

Thirdly, Mr. Angel was a great churchman. So great was his devotion to his church that all his family followed his example. St. Peter's, Lake Albert, was where he worshipped and worked most, but his church interests were by no means con- fined to that centre. For a number of years he had been church warden at Lake Albert, which office he had fulfilled with great credit.

Mr. Angel's passing, said Archdeacon West, was a loss, but the fruits of his labors would ever remain "Rest eternal grant him and may light perpetual shine upon him."

The coffin was carried to the grave by Messrs. Stanley, Leslie, Walter, Harvey, Horace, and Harold Angel (sons), and the pall bearers were Messrs. Samuel Angel (brother), Bert Graham, J. Lockett, Albert Angel, S. V. Best, and S. Thompson, who represented the M.U.I.O.O.F. Lodge, Wagga.

The floral tray, laden, with many wreaths, was carried by Messrs. M. Bye, Albert Angel, A. Brooker, and Percy Angel. The chief mourners at the graveside, in addition to those already mentioned, were Misses Ivy and Gertie Angel, of Lake Albert, Mesdames W. Wilson, of Wentworthville, W. Miller, of Mona Vale (daughters), S. Angel (sister-in-law), McClure, A. Angel, Percy Angel, Mr. Robert Hurst and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Glenn (nephews and nieces), Mervyn, Ron, Fred and Roy Angel, (grandsons), Doris Angel and Mrs. S. Hughes (granddaughters), Mesdames S. Angel, L. Angel and H. Angel (daughters-in law), Mr. George Wild (brother-in-law) , and Messrs. C. Haydon, represent- ing Messrs. Lusher, Young and Stellway, Cussen, of the Bank of New South Wales, R. G. Nesbitt, of Nesbitts Ltd., and R. Purtell, of the Australian Mercantile Land and Finance Co. Ltd.

Among the floral tributes were wreaths from the parents and pupils of the Lake Albert Sunday school, Lake Albert Tennis Club, members of the Lake Albert Cricket Club, and Messrs. Lusher Young and Stellway. A very large number of friends attended from Sydney, Gregadoo, Forset Hill, Gundagai, Nangus, Book Book, Big Spring, Albury road, Lake Albert and Wagga and district.

The funeral arrangement were carried out by Mr. J. C. McDonald, of Wagga.

Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Monday 12 November 1934 p 5 Article

Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: September 3, 1834Church of England Schoolhouse, Dapto, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
elder brother
11 years
elder brother
-6 years
elder sister
6 years
elder sister
-4 years
elder brother
-2 years
elder brother
Robert Angel
Birth: October 5, 1841 50 28Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia
Death: May 20, 1870Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
12 years
younger brother
-15 years
elder brother
14 years
himself
Mother’s family with Christopher Ledwidge - View this family
step-father
mother
Marriage: April 16, 1833St Marys Roman Catholic Cathedral, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
-9 months
half-brother
18 months
half-brother
Mother’s family with John Hart - View this family
step-father
mother
Marriage: February 13, 1829St Marys Roman Catholic Cathedral, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Family with Elizabeth Brooker - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: June 2, 1880Lake Albert, New South Wales, Australia
9 months
son
2 years
son
Leslie James Angel
Birth: February 16, 1883 30 25Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death: November 7, 1956Springdale, Gregadoo Road, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
22 months
son
2 years
daughter
17 months
son
2 years
daughter
23 months
son
5 years
son
daughter
Family with Ellen Maria Power - View this family
himself
wife
Ellen Maria Power
Birth: March 8, 1864Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death: April 14, 1930Springvale, Lake Albert, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage: March 19, 1906Adelong, New South Wales, Australia
14 months
daughter
Gertrude Jean Angel
Birth: May 14, 1907 54 43Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 5, 1997Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia

Death

According to his death certificate, Edward was 82 and a farmer and grazier at the time of his death. He died at his residence at Lake Albert, New South Wales of Lobar Pneumonia. He was last seen by a Dr A S Boyd the day before his death. The death informant was his son Leslie who was living Albury Road, Via Wagga, New South Wales. Witnesses to his burial were J Lockett and M J Campbell.

Obituary

OBITUARY MR. E. J. ANGEL

The death occurred at the age of 82 years, at his residence, "Springvale," Lake Albert, last night, after an illness of about a fortnight, of Mr. Edward Jonathan Angel, who was the second youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Angel, of Lake Albert, who were among the earliest pioneers of the Wagga district.

Mr. E. Angel was 10 years of age when his parents settled at Lake Albert. His father was with the Hume and Hovell expedition in New South Wales in the early days, and was the first white man to swim the Murray River near Albury.

The deceased was a keen fancier of Shorthorn cattle, of which he was a noted breeder. He had lived at Lake Albert all his life and was also a very great lover of horses, having trained many splendid animals during his long life at the station. He was one of the founders of the coursing club. The plumpton was situated on his property, and he had a number of good dogs himself which were very successful in coursing matches.

Mr. Angel was rector's warden at the Lake Albert Church of England for the last 25 years, and was held in very high esteem and respect throughout Wagga and district. He was one of the oldest members of the M.U.I.O.O.F. Lodge, and was a keen cricketing enthusiast, having been a splendid player in his younger days. He never missed seeing any of the matches played at Lake Albert up to the time he became ill. He was also a member of the M.P. and A.A. for a great many years.

He is survived by six sons and three daughters, Stanley Edward, Leslie James, Walter Edwin, Harvey Edgar, and Horace Edmund, of Lake Albert, and Harold Bruce Angel, of Sydney, Misses Ivy and Gertie Angel, of Lake Albert, and Mrs. W. Miller, of Mona Vale. One brother survives, Mr. Samuel Angel, of Trail-street, Wagga.

The funeral will move from "Springvale," Lake Albert, at 2.30 o'clock to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon for the family enclosure of the Wagga cemetery.

Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Friday 9 November 1934 p 4 Article

MR. E. J. ANGEL

The funeral of Mr. Edward Jonathan Angel, of "Springvale," Lake Albert, who died at his residence on Thursday, took place on Saturday afternoon. The cortege, which was a very large one, was a very fine tribute to the character of Mr. Angel and to the esteem in which he was held throughout the Lake Albert and the Wagga district.

The cortege moved from "Springvale" at 3 o'clock, where a short service was conducted before the funeral by the Ven. Archdeacon S. J. West, of Wagga. The interment took place in the family enclosure in the Church of England division of the Wagga Cemetery where Archdeacon West officiated.

Archdeacon West, in his address at the graveside, said that Mr. Angel had had three great characteristics. The first was that he put forth his best efforts in developing the rural and commercial life of the district. That was a work that all men must honor because it was a fundamental duty which God required of every man. The result of Mr. Angel's work would ever remain a tribute to his memory.

Secondly, Mr. Angel was a great "home" man. Home was everything to him and he played his part well. He was a good husband and a good father who enjoyed the affection of every member of his family. It was a great tribute to a man to have every member of his family say "he was a great man in his own home."

Thirdly, Mr. Angel was a great churchman. So great was his devotion to his church that all his family followed his example. St. Peter's, Lake Albert, was where he worshipped and worked most, but his church interests were by no means con- fined to that centre. For a number of years he had been church warden at Lake Albert, which office he had fulfilled with great credit.

Mr. Angel's passing, said Archdeacon West, was a loss, but the fruits of his labors would ever remain "Rest eternal grant him and may light perpetual shine upon him."

The coffin was carried to the grave by Messrs. Stanley, Leslie, Walter, Harvey, Horace, and Harold Angel (sons), and the pall bearers were Messrs. Samuel Angel (brother), Bert Graham, J. Lockett, Albert Angel, S. V. Best, and S. Thompson, who represented the M.U.I.O.O.F. Lodge, Wagga.

The floral tray, laden, with many wreaths, was carried by Messrs. M. Bye, Albert Angel, A. Brooker, and Percy Angel. The chief mourners at the graveside, in addition to those already mentioned, were Misses Ivy and Gertie Angel, of Lake Albert, Mesdames W. Wilson, of Wentworthville, W. Miller, of Mona Vale (daughters), S. Angel (sister-in-law), McClure, A. Angel, Percy Angel, Mr. Robert Hurst and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Glenn (nephews and nieces), Mervyn, Ron, Fred and Roy Angel, (grandsons), Doris Angel and Mrs. S. Hughes (granddaughters), Mesdames S. Angel, L. Angel and H. Angel (daughters-in law), Mr. George Wild (brother-in-law) , and Messrs. C. Haydon, represent- ing Messrs. Lusher, Young and Stellway, Cussen, of the Bank of New South Wales, R. G. Nesbitt, of Nesbitts Ltd., and R. Purtell, of the Australian Mercantile Land and Finance Co. Ltd.

Among the floral tributes were wreaths from the parents and pupils of the Lake Albert Sunday school, Lake Albert Tennis Club, members of the Lake Albert Cricket Club, and Messrs. Lusher Young and Stellway. A very large number of friends attended from Sydney, Gregadoo, Forset Hill, Gundagai, Nangus, Book Book, Big Spring, Albury road, Lake Albert and Wagga and district.

The funeral arrangement were carried out by Mr. J. C. McDonald, of Wagga.

Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Monday 12 November 1934 p 5 Article