Maude Beatrice Parr, 19031994 (aged 90 years)

Name
Maude Beatrice /Parr/
Source:

Footnote: 'Mary Wade to Us' p.190

Birth May 22, 1903 24 19
Death of a sisterRose Ann Parr
1903 (aged 0)
Birth of a brotherArthur Park Ledwidge Parr
August 13, 1905 (aged 2 years)
Birth of a brotherJohn Henry Parr
January 11, 1907 (aged 3 years)
Source: NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages. Registration Number: 3855/1907
Birth of a sisterMargaret Ann Parr
1908 (aged 4 years)
Birth of a sisterGertrude Mary Parr
1910 (aged 6 years)
Birth of a sisterEllen Thelma Parr
August 28, 1911 (aged 8 years)
Birth of a brotherGordon Cairo Parr
October 3, 1915 (aged 12 years)
Source: NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages. Registration Number: 47392/1915
Birth of a sisterMay Frances Amy Parr
1917 (aged 13 years)
Birth of a brotherAlfred Parr
August 3, 1920 (aged 17 years)

Newspaper Article
Newspaper Article
October 14, 1925 (aged 22 years)
Note: CARRATHOOL.

CARRATHOOL. (From our own Correspondent.)

On Wednesday last, a kitchen event was tendered to Miss Maude Parr andMr Jim Hurst, in the Carrathool Parish Hall, prior to their marriage, which will shortly take place. The evening which was organised by Mrs O'Donovan and Mr Eric Gillett was a wonderful success and the organisers deserve the greatest of credit for their splendid effort.

For some day's prior to the evening the very beautiful collection of gifts, many of which came, from far and wide, from Miss Parr's friends were on view at the A.B. Stores. I am sure the happy couple will not require very many more utensils, if any, to make their kitchen complete, and I may add a very beautiful display of silverware was also included.

On Wednesday evening the hall was crowded by 8.30. The first portion of the evening was devoted to dancing, which concluded about eleven o'clock, when the presentation and speech-making took place. Mr Gillett then, on be half of Mrs O'Donoyan and himself, spoke in most glowing terms of both Mr Hurst and Miss Parr.

Mr O'Donovan was then asked to speak, and was received with much applause. Mr Gillett then called upon Mr F. W. Culhane, who spoke of the couple in the highest of terms. Mr F. Daly was next called upon, and although he has not very long been acquainted with the couple, he spoke very highly of both, and wished them every success in their new sphere of life.

The next gentleman to be called forward was Mr. V. R. Hardy, who gave the young couple the greatest of praise, and, who I might also mention, took a keen interest in this kitchen evening, as we are indebted to him for the many appropriate little quotations written and tied to many of the gifts.

Mr. Hurst, sen., then spoke a few words. We were very pleased to see him able to attend. The old gentleman is Mr. Jim Hurst's father, .and despite the fact that ne is totally blind he is always cheerful and bright, and was received with much applause. Mr. Jim. Hurst then suitably responded on behalf of his fiancee and himself.

Mrs. Donovan then presented Miss Parr with a handsome bouquet, which, with the singing of 'For He's a Jolly Good Fellow,' brought the presentation to a close.

A very nice supper was then served by the ladies, after which the young people again took the floor, dancing was continued till the early hours of Thursday, when the happy crowd dispersed having spent a most enjoyable time.

Mr Jim Hurst, is a returned man, having gone across to the other side to fight for us. He did not return, however unharmed, to our great sorrow, as he lost his right arm whilst away. All the ladies and gentlemen who helped with the hall decorations, deserve the greatest of credit as it looked very beautiful with the various coloured streamers.

Mr F. W. Culhane carried out his duties as M.C. in his very capable manner, and Miss Coppin, Mrs Hunt, and Miss Underwood, are to be thanked for the music. During the evening Mr Sullivan sang 'My Ain Folk,' and was received by the audience with much applause.

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tuesday 20 October 1925 p 2 Article

Birth of a daughterBeatrice Ellen Hurst
October 12, 1926 (aged 23 years)
Birth of a brotherWalter Victor Parr
April 5, 1928 (aged 24 years)
Birth of a daughterAloma Laurel Hurst
April 30, 1929 (aged 25 years)

Residence between 1930 and 1980 (aged 76 years)
Note: 1925 - 1934: Carrathool

1925 - 1934: Carrathool 1949: 116 Peter Street, Wagga Wagga 1954: Edward Street, Wagga Wagga 1958: 48 Hammond Avenue, Wagga Wagga 1963 - 1980: 116 Peter Street, Wagga Wagga

Death of a fatherJohn Thomas Parr
February 1, 1930 (aged 26 years)
Note: DEATH OF MR. JACK PARR WELL KNOWN CARRATHOOL

DEATH OF MR. JACK PARR WELL KNOWN CARRATHOOL RESIDENT

Surprise and regret was expressed on Saturday evening, when it became known that Mr. John Thomas Parr, a well-known man in the Riverina, and an old resident of the Carrathool district had died suddenly as the result of poisoning.

According to the police report Mr. Parr had latterly suffered from ill-health, and had gone to Wagga to obtain medical advice. Some time after doing so he again complained of not feeling well and is stated to have threatened to take cyanide. On Saturday evening it is reported that he was seen to put some white substance into a cup and drink it, throwing the balance in the fire-place.

He collapsed, and died almost immediately. The police subsequently recovered the substance from the fire-place, and brought it to Hay where an analysis showed it to be cyanide. The body of deceased was brought to Hay on Sunday for a post mortem, examination, after which it was taken back to Carrathool for interment.

An inquiry into the circumstances of death will be held today (Friday). Mr. Parr who was 51 years of age, spent his boyhood days in Hay and Oxley, at which places his father was a hotel keeper. He chiefly followed the calling of a drover, and was highly esteemed by all with whom he came in contact. He is survived by his wife and a large family. —'Riverine Grazier.'

Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953) Friday 7 February 1930 p 2 Article

Birth of a sonRonald Bruce Hurst
September 13, 1931 (aged 28 years)

Death of a maternal grandfatherMichael E Ledwidge
November 4, 1931 (aged 28 years)
Burial of a maternal grandfatherMichael E Ledwidge
November 5, 1931 (aged 28 years)
Death of a maternal grandmotherRose Ann Parker
August 26, 1940 (aged 37 years)
Note: Newspaper article

Newspaper article

Obituary

MRS. ROSE ANN LEDWIDGE

The death occurred in the Hay Hospital on Monday of last week, of Mrs. Rose Ann Ledwidge, at the age of 78 years.

The deceased had been in indifferent health for some years and had several times been a patient in hospital, being admitted for the last time only two weeks prior to her death.

The deceased lady was very well known and highly respected in the Carrathool district having lived there from the age of nine years.

She was born at the Billabong Creek, Jerilderie, and went to Howlong Station with her father. Up to the time of her last illness, Mrs. Ledwidge was always ready to relate tales of the early days of the district and one was always assured of an interesting conversation with her when she was in reminiscent mood and re-lived the days of her youth.

While in her early twenties she married Mr. Michael Ledwidge, a well-known teamster of the Carrathool district, who pre-deceased her by nine years.

Of her eight children six survive her. They are: Leo (Sydney), Margaret (Mrs. Parr, Hay), Michael John (Darlington Point), Alfred Thomas (Jerilderie), Albert George (Sydney), and Frank Bartlett, who is at present in camp with the A.I.F. at Ingleburn.

One son was killed at Gallipoli in the last war, and one was accidentally drowned in the Murrumbidgee many years ago She is also survived by a large number of grandchildren and some great grandchildren. Four of her sons served with the A.I.F.

The funeral was held on the day following her death, the interment being in the Roman Catholic portion of the Hay cemetery. The Rev. Fr. McGrath performed the ceremony, which was attended by a large circle of her friends and relatives. The large attendance and the number of floral tributes spoke eloquently of the popular esteem in which this pioneer of the district was held.

'Riverine Grazier.'

Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser (NSW : 1898 - 1958), Thu 5 Sep 1940

Burial of a maternal grandmotherRose Ann Parker
August 27, 1940 (aged 37 years)
Death of a brotherGordon Cairo Parr
September 24, 1943 (aged 40 years)
Source: Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser (NSW : 1898 - 1958) Thursday 21 October 1943 p 3 Article
Note: Obituary

Obituary

SAPPER GORDON C. PARR

Very sincere regret was expressed in Hay on Wednesday of last week when it became known that Sapper Gordon C. ('Snowy') Parr, of the Royal Australian Engineers A.I F.. had been killed in action in New Guinea.

Sapper Parr was. the fourth son of the late John Parr of Carrathool and Mrs. Parr of Hay. He was almost 28 years of age and was single. Born at Hay, he had spent most of his life in the Carrathool district, being a member of one of the best known families in that district.

He was employed by the W.C. and I.C. at Finley when he enlisted in that town in 1940. Sailing to the Middle East he saw a good deal of action in that theatre of war being in Palestine, Syria and Egypt as well as being one of the renowned 'rats of Tobruk.'

He was in the big push in which the Germans were started off on their last rush out of North Africa and returned home with the Ninth Division. He had been in New Guinea a couple of months. His mates spoke of him as being an expert at 'de-lou'-ing' minefields.

Deceased is survived by five brothers, two of whom are in the A.I.F., and six sisters. He was a nephew of Mr. Tom. Ledwidge, of Jerilderie.

Jerilderie Herald and Urana Advertiser (NSW : 1898 - 1958) Thursday 21 October 1943 p 3 Article

Death of a motherMargaret Francis Amy Ledwidge
July 1954 (aged 51 years)
Note: The family of the late Margaret Frances Parr, wish to thank all friends and relatives for their expr…

The family of the late Margaret Frances Parr, wish to thank all friends and relatives for their expressions of sympathy, letters, telegrams and floral tributes in their recent sad loss of their mother.

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Friday 6 August 1954 p 2 Family Notices

Burial of a motherMargaret Francis Amy Ledwidge
July 17, 1954 (aged 51 years)
Note: FUNERAL

FUNERAL

THE Relatives and Friends of the late Mrs. Margaret Frances Parr of McGregor Street, Hay, are invited to attend her Funeral which will leave the Catholic Church at 3 p.m. on SATURDAY, JULY 17th.

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Friday 16 July 1954 p 3 Family Notices

Death of a husbandWilliam James Hurst
June 25, 1966 (aged 63 years)
Burial of a husbandWilliam James Hurst
1966 (aged 62 years)
Death of a brotherArthur Park Ledwidge Parr
1980 (aged 76 years)
Death of a brotherWalter Victor Parr
March 7, 1988 (aged 84 years)

Death April 29, 1994 (aged 90 years)
Burial May 3, 1994 (4 days after death)
Family with parents
father
18781930
Birth: August 18, 1878Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death: February 1, 1930Lachlan Street, Carrathool, New South Wales, Australia
mother
18831954
Birth: July 4, 1883 24 23Howlong Station near Hay, New South Wales, Australia
Death: July 1954Hay, New South Wales, Australia
elder sister
19021903
Birth: 1902 23 18Hay, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1903Hay, New South Wales, Australia
17 months
herself
19031994
Birth: May 22, 1903 24 19Carrathool, New South Wales, Australia
Death: April 29, 1994Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
younger brother
19051980
Birth: August 13, 1905 26 22Young, New South Wales, Australia
Death: 1980Cooma, New South Wales, Australia
17 months
younger brother
2 years
younger sister
3 years
younger sister
1910
Birth: 1910 31 26Carrathool, New South Wales, Australia
20 months
younger sister
19112015
Birth: August 28, 1911 33 28Bringagee, New South Wales, Australia
Death: February 19, 2015McFarland Wing, Hay Hospital, Hay, New South Wales, Australia
brother
Private
younger brother
19151943
Birth: October 3, 1915 37 32Hay, New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 24, 1943Finschhafen, Morobe, Papua New Guinea
2 years
younger sister
19171995
Birth: 1917 38 33Hay, New South Wales, Australia
Death: August 14, 1995Windale, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
younger brother
19202005
Birth: August 3, 1920 41 37
Death: December 26, 2005Mater Hospital, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia
sister
Private
younger brother
19281988
Birth: April 5, 1928 49 44Hay, New South Wales, Australia
Death: March 7, 1988
Family with William James Hurst
husband
18891966
Birth: February 23, 1889 40Gunbar, New South Wales, Australia
Death: June 25, 1966Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
herself
19031994
Birth: May 22, 1903 24 19Carrathool, New South Wales, Australia
Death: April 29, 1994Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
daughter
19292004
Birth: April 30, 1929 40 25
Death: March 16, 2004Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
-3 years
daughter
19261999
Birth: October 12, 1926 37 23Hay, New South Wales, Australia
Death: April 12, 1999Griffith, New South Wales, Australia
son
Private
son
19312006
Birth: September 13, 1931 42 28
Death: 2006Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
NameFootnote: 'Mary Wade to Us' p.190
Newspaper Article

CARRATHOOL. (From our own Correspondent.)

On Wednesday last, a kitchen event was tendered to Miss Maude Parr andMr Jim Hurst, in the Carrathool Parish Hall, prior to their marriage, which will shortly take place. The evening which was organised by Mrs O'Donovan and Mr Eric Gillett was a wonderful success and the organisers deserve the greatest of credit for their splendid effort.

For some day's prior to the evening the very beautiful collection of gifts, many of which came, from far and wide, from Miss Parr's friends were on view at the A.B. Stores. I am sure the happy couple will not require very many more utensils, if any, to make their kitchen complete, and I may add a very beautiful display of silverware was also included.

On Wednesday evening the hall was crowded by 8.30. The first portion of the evening was devoted to dancing, which concluded about eleven o'clock, when the presentation and speech-making took place. Mr Gillett then, on be half of Mrs O'Donoyan and himself, spoke in most glowing terms of both Mr Hurst and Miss Parr.

Mr O'Donovan was then asked to speak, and was received with much applause. Mr Gillett then called upon Mr F. W. Culhane, who spoke of the couple in the highest of terms. Mr F. Daly was next called upon, and although he has not very long been acquainted with the couple, he spoke very highly of both, and wished them every success in their new sphere of life.

The next gentleman to be called forward was Mr. V. R. Hardy, who gave the young couple the greatest of praise, and, who I might also mention, took a keen interest in this kitchen evening, as we are indebted to him for the many appropriate little quotations written and tied to many of the gifts.

Mr. Hurst, sen., then spoke a few words. We were very pleased to see him able to attend. The old gentleman is Mr. Jim Hurst's father, .and despite the fact that ne is totally blind he is always cheerful and bright, and was received with much applause. Mr. Jim. Hurst then suitably responded on behalf of his fiancee and himself.

Mrs. Donovan then presented Miss Parr with a handsome bouquet, which, with the singing of 'For He's a Jolly Good Fellow,' brought the presentation to a close.

A very nice supper was then served by the ladies, after which the young people again took the floor, dancing was continued till the early hours of Thursday, when the happy crowd dispersed having spent a most enjoyable time.

Mr Jim Hurst, is a returned man, having gone across to the other side to fight for us. He did not return, however unharmed, to our great sorrow, as he lost his right arm whilst away. All the ladies and gentlemen who helped with the hall decorations, deserve the greatest of credit as it looked very beautiful with the various coloured streamers.

Mr F. W. Culhane carried out his duties as M.C. in his very capable manner, and Miss Coppin, Mrs Hunt, and Miss Underwood, are to be thanked for the music. During the evening Mr Sullivan sang 'My Ain Folk,' and was received by the audience with much applause.

The Riverine Grazier (Hay, NSW : 1873 - 1954) Tuesday 20 October 1925 p 2 Article

Residence

1925 - 1934: Carrathool 1949: 116 Peter Street, Wagga Wagga 1954: Edward Street, Wagga Wagga 1958: 48 Hammond Avenue, Wagga Wagga 1963 - 1980: 116 Peter Street, Wagga Wagga