Samuel Larkin, 18661919 (aged 52 years)

Birth December 12, 1866 27 24
Birth of a brotherEdward Larkin
1868 (aged 1 year)

Birth of a brotherJames Henry Larkin
September 26, 1870 (aged 3 years)
Source:

Footnote: 8275/1870

Birth of a sisterMary Ann Margaret Larkin
December 29, 1872 (aged 6 years)
Source:

Footnote: 19727/1873

Birth of a sisterCaroline Frances Larkin
January 1, 1875 (aged 8 years)
Christening of a sisterCaroline Frances Larkin
February 1, 1875 (aged 8 years)
Death of a sisterCaroline Frances Larkin
February 14, 1876 (aged 9 years)
Birth of a brotherJohn Thomas Larkin
July 26, 1876 (aged 9 years)
Source:

Footnote: 21522/1876

Birth of a sisterAlice Maud Larkin
June 26, 1878 (aged 11 years)
Christening of a sisterAlice Maud Larkin
August 11, 1878 (aged 11 years)
Death of a maternal grandfatherEdward Rudd
November 8, 1878 (aged 11 years) Age: 62
Cause: Pneumonia
Note: Was last seen by medical attendance Morgan O'Connor 3 days before he died. Death informant was his son James who was living at Wagga. Source: National Centre of Biography.
Burial of a maternal grandfatherEdward Rudd
November 9, 1878 (aged 11 years)
Note: Burial witnesses were Reuben Hannam and James Brooker. Source: National Centre of Biography.
Death of a sisterAlice Maud Larkin
1879 (aged 12 years)
Birth of a brotherGeorge Augustus Larkin
October 15, 1882 (aged 15 years)
Christening of a brotherGeorge Augustus Larkin
December 10, 1882 (aged 15 years)
Birth of a sisterStella May Larkin
September 15, 1885 (aged 18 years)
Source: New South Wales BDM: 27181/1885
Death of a maternal grandmotherSarah Elizabeth Brooker
November 23, 1890 (aged 23 years) Age: 68
Cause: Uraemia
Note: Last seen by medical attendance St Clair Long on t…

Last seen by medical attendance St Clair Long on the day of her death. The death informant was her son J.H. Rudd, who was living at Wagga. Source: Death certificate supplied by the National Centre of Biography.

DEATH. RUDD — On November 23rd, at her daughter's residence Fox street, Newtown, Sarah, aged 68 years, relict of the late Edward Rudd, of Wagga. Respected by all who knew her, and leaving a large family to mourn their loss.

Wagga Wagga Advertiser (NSW : 1875 - 1910) Saturday 6 December 1890 p 2 Family Notices

Burial of a maternal grandmotherSarah Elizabeth Brooker
November 24, 1890 (aged 23 years)
Note: Burial witnesses were John T. Holden and Albert Brooker. Source: Death certificate supplied by the National Centre of Biography.
Illness
Newspaper Article
August 2, 1895 (aged 28 years)
Note: WAGGA POLICE COURT.

WAGGA POLICE COURT.

Friday, August 2, 1895. (Before Mr. H. Baylle, P.M.)

UNSOUND MIND.

Samuel Larkin was charged with being of unsound mind. Senior Constanle Anderson deposed that he knew accused. In February last accused was charged with being of unsound mind, but was subsequently discharged. In consequence of complaints received he went to the residence of accused's father at about 9 p.m. on Wednesday last. He knocked at the door, which was open, and prisoner rushed out. He spoke to the accused, but he made no reply. He then caught hold of accused, and with assistance put him to the ground.

Accused was in a fit and very violent. He brought accused to the lockup where he charged him of being of unsound mind. Prisoner's father was with him. The father had sent for the police on several occasions. From what he had seen and heard he had no doubt that prisoner was of unsound mind.

John Larkins deposed he was a labourer residing in Peter-Street, Wagga. Accused was his son and resided with him. He had to take proceedings against his son in February last, and he was subsequently discharged. Prisoner was then better for a time, but the last few weeks he had been getting worse. Prisoner was in the habit of sneaking out at night and throwing things on people's houses.

He had recently had to leave the house because the neighbours were so frightened. Prisoner was often walking about all night and endangered the house with the tires. Prisoner had been very violent and witness considered he was insane. Erasmus Wren deposed he was a legally qualified medical practitioner and surgeon at the Wagga gaol. Accused was under his care some time ago. He had seen the prisoner that morning, and did not consider him fit to be at large. He recommended that accused be remanded for a week, when he would be better able to speak as to his state.

Accused was accordingly remanded to gaol until the 9th inst. for medical supervision.

Wagga Wagga Express (New South Wales : 1879 - 1917) Saturday 3 August 1895 p 2 Article

Death September 3, 1919 (aged 52 years)
Burial September 4, 1919 (1 day after death)
Family with parents
father
18391926
Birth: October 1, 1839Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
Death: June 2, 1926Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
mother
18421923
Birth: November 28, 1842 24 19Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
Death: August 4, 1923Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: 1864Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
15 years
younger sister
18781879
Birth: June 26, 1878 38 35Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1879Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
-4 years
younger sister
18751876
Birth: January 1, 1875 35 32Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death: February 14, 1876Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
-6 years
younger brother
18681934
Birth: 1868 28 25
Death: January 18, 1934Marah Street, North Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
15 years
younger brother
18821936
Birth: October 15, 1882 43 39Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1936Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia
-12 years
younger brother
18701953
Birth: September 26, 1870 30 27Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 3, 1953Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
6 years
younger brother
1876
Birth: July 26, 1876 36 33Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death:
-4 years
younger sister
18721955
Birth: December 29, 1872 33 30Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1955Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
-6 years
himself
18661919
Birth: December 12, 1866 27 24Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 3, 1919Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
-22 months
elder sister
18651934
Birth: February 20, 1865 25 22Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
Death: January 19, 1934
21 years
younger sister
1885
Birth: September 15, 1885 45 42Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death:
Illness

WAGGA POLICE COURT.

Friday, August 2, 1895. (Before Mr. H. Baylle, P.M.)

UNSOUND MIND.

Samuel Larkin was charged with being of unsound mind. Senior Constanle Anderson deposed that he knew accused. In February last accused was charged with being of unsound mind, but was subsequently discharged. In consequence of complaints received he went to the residence of accused's father at about 9 p.m. on Wednesday last. He knocked at the door, which was open, and prisoner rushed out. He spoke to the accused, but he made no reply. He then caught hold of accused, and with assistance put him to the ground.

Accused was in a fit and very violent. He brought accused to the lockup where he charged him of being of unsound mind. Prisoner's father was with him. The father had sent for the police on several occasions. From what he had seen and heard he had no doubt that prisoner was of unsound mind.

John Larkins deposed he was a labourer residing in Peter-Street, Wagga. Accused was his son and resided with him. He had to take proceedings against his son in February last, and he was subsequently discharged. Prisoner was then better for a time, but the last few weeks he had been getting worse. Prisoner was in the habit of sneaking out at night and throwing things on people's houses.

He had recently had to leave the house because the neighbours were so frightened. Prisoner was often walking about all night and endangered the house with the tires. Prisoner had been very violent and witness considered he was insane. Erasmus Wren deposed he was a legally qualified medical practitioner and surgeon at the Wagga gaol. Accused was under his care some time ago. He had seen the prisoner that morning, and did not consider him fit to be at large. He recommended that accused be remanded for a week, when he would be better able to speak as to his state.

Accused was accordingly remanded to gaol until the 9th inst. for medical supervision.

Wagga Wagga Express (New South Wales : 1879 - 1917) Saturday 3 August 1895 p 2 Article