George Hurst, 1869–1929 (aged 59 years)
|Birth|| September 5, 1869
Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 19034/1869
|Birth of a brother||Albert Hurst|
August 20, 1872 (aged 2 years)
Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 18725/1872
|Birth of a brother||Arthur Hurst|
July 28, 1874 (aged 4 years)
Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 20496/1874
|Birth of a brother||Walter James Hurst|
December 24, 1876 (aged 7 years)
Source: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 21715/1877
|Christening of a brother||Walter James Hurst|
February 25, 1877 (aged 7 years)
|Birth of a sister||Eliza Alice Hurst|
April 23, 1879 (aged 9 years)
Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 24626/1879
|Birth of a sister||Ada May Hurst|
October 11, 1881 (aged 12 years)
Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 22291/1881
|Death of a maternal grandfather||Henry Angel|
December 7, 1881 (aged 12 years)
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 maternal grandfather||Henry Angel|
December 1881 (aged 12 years)
Address: Wagga Wagga Monumental Cemetery, Kooringal Road, Kooringal, New South Wales
Cemetery: Wagga Wagga Monumental Cemetery
|Birth of a sister||Maude Elizabeth Hurst|
June 8, 1885 (aged 15 years)
|Birth of a brother||Frederick William Hurst|
June 14, 1888 (aged 18 years)
|Death of a maternal grandmother||Mary Brooker|
September 29, 1890 (aged 21 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 maternal grandmother||Mary Brooker|
October 1, 1890 (aged 21 years)
Note: Witnesses to the burial were John Croft and A. Brooker. Source: copy of death certificate. Grave Location: ANG-R-6-0025
|Birth of a daughter||Edith May Hurst|
about 1896 (aged 26 years)
|Birth of a son||Arthur John Hurst|
April 7, 1898 (aged 28 years)
Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 12551/1898
|Birth of a son||George Edward Hurst|
1900 (aged 30 years)
Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 13152/1900
|Birth of a daughter||Elsie Mary Hurst|
April 10, 1902 (aged 32 years)
Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 12743/1902
|Birth of a son||Ernest William Hurst|
June 19, 1904 (aged 34 years)
Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 22717/1904
|Death of a brother||Henry Hurst|
November 28, 1906 (aged 37 years)
Wagga Wagga Advertiser (New South Wales : 1875 - 1910) Thursday 29 November 1906 p 2 Article
DEATH OF SIR. HENRY HURST.
An old resident of the Wagga district, in the person of Mr. Henry Hurst, died at North Wagga on Wednesday afternoon. Deceased was the son of Mr John Hurst, of Brucedale, and brother to Alderman Hurst, was 43 years of age.
He leaves a wife and five children, three girls and two boys, the eldest being a girl of 17 years. Deceased enjoyed good health up till about nine months ago, when he contracted a severe cold. He subsequently suffered from an affliction of the lungs, and this was probably responsible for his death.
Deceased was a member of the M.U.I.O.O.F., and members of the Royal Southern Star Lodge are requested to attend the funeral, which will leave Hampden Bridge at 2pm today.
|Burial of a brother||Henry Hurst|
November 29, 1906 (aged 37 years)
Wagga Wagga Express (New South Wales : 1879 - 1920) Saturday 1 December 1906 p 2 Article
THE LATE MR. H. HURST.
The funeral of the late Mr. Henry Hurst, aged 43 years, took place on Thursday. The cortege left North Wagga at 2.30 p.m. and crossed the Hampden Bridge at 3 p.m. There was a very large attendance, including a number of members of the Loyal Southern Star Lodge (M.U.) of Oddfellows. The procession also included 44 vehicles.
The interment was made in the Church of England portion of the Wagga Cemetry, the officiating minister being Rev. Jos. Beale. The Rector of St. John's was absent through indisposition. The Oddfellows' service was read by Mr. R. S. Heydon, P.G. The pall bearers were the deceased's six brothers, and Mr. Hurst, deceased's father also attended. Numerous floral tributes were sent. Messrs. Hoye and Colbeck were the undertakers.
|Birth of a son||Clarence James Hurst|
May 5, 1907 (aged 37 years)
Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 13924/1907
|Death of a father||John Hurst|
May 14, 1922 (aged 52 years)
|Death of a brother||Charles George Hurst|
September 30, 1924 (aged 55 years)
Cause: Accidently killed - overturned sulky, broken neck
The Sydney Morning Herald (New South Wales : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 1 October 1924
MAIL COACH OVERTURNS.
One of the best known mail coach contractors in this part of the State, Mr. Charles Hurst, was killed today. He left Wagga this morning with a load of mail and a passenger, Mr. Doherty, who had an arrived from Sydney, and was proceeding to Wantabadgery Station on a holiday visit.
When the coach was about 16 miles from Wagga one of the wheels ran into a deep rut. The vehicle turned right over, pinning the two men underneath.
Mr. Doherty, after great difficulty, freed himself, and crawled from underneath. He tried to move the heavy load off Hurst, but failed to do so, and then walked to a farm for help.
When assistance arrived the vehicle and horse were moved, and Hurst's body was recovered. His neck had been broken, and death had apparently been instantaneous. Hurst had been driving the same mail for over 20 years, and was highly respected by the settlers
An inquest in his death was held on the same day of his death in Wagga.
|Burial of a brother||Charles George Hurst|
October 1924 (aged 55 years)
Cemetery: Wagga Wagga Monumental Cemetery, Kooringal Road, Kooringal, New South Wales, Australia
|Death|| March 31, 1929 (aged 59 years)|
Marriage: April 16, 1861 — Balranald, New South Wales, Australia
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|Birth||Footnote: New South Wales, Australia BD&M Number 19034/1869|