Kevin Roy Rudd, 19221995 (aged 73 years)

Birth April 17, 1922 23 23

Death of a paternal grandfatherJames Henry Rudd
January 23, 1935 (aged 12 years)
Burial of a paternal grandfatherJames Henry Rudd
January 24, 1935 (aged 12 years)
Note: FUNERAL NOTICE

FUNERAL NOTICE

THE Relatives and Friends of Mrs. J. H. Rudd and Family, of Cartwright's Hill, North Wagga, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her late dearly, beloved husband and their father, JAMES HENRY (DAR) RUDD, to move, from his daughter's (Mrs. Neale Stewart) residence, "Gleniris," Oak Hill, North Wagga, at 3 o'clock TO-DAY (Thursday) for interment in the Church of England Cemetery, Wagga. J. C. M'DONALD, Funeral Director, Wagga Wagga.

MEMBERS of the Loyal Southern Star Lodge are invited to attend the funeral of the late Bro. James Henry Rudd, of Oak Hill, North Wagga, This Day at 3 p.m. W. GORDON, N.G.S. THOMPSON, Sec.

Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, New South Wales : 1911 - 1954) Thursday 24 January 1935 p 4 Family Notices

Birth of a brotherNoel Alan Rudd
June 19, 1935 (aged 13 years)

Crime
Crime
December 10, 1940 (aged 18 years)
Note: Wagga Police Court

Wagga Police Court

MONDAY, DECEMBER P, 1940 (Before Mr. J. A. Harris, P.M.) SIX MONTHS FOR STEALING

At the Wagga Police Court yesterday before Mr. J. A. Harris, P.M., Kevin Roy Rudd, aged 18 years, bricklayer, residing at Wagga, pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing £94/6/, the property of Harold Leslie Vincent, at Wagga.

Detective-Constable J. Neville said he saw defendant on Saturday last at the Wagga railway station at 5 a.m. and informed him that Harold Vincent had lost about £90 from his room at 17 Trail street, Wagga, and it was suspected that defendant had taken the money.

He searched a bag of tools carried by defendant and in a working boot found a tobacco tin containing 16 five-pound notes. Defendant admitted It was part of Vincent's money and later made a statement (produced) and was charged with stealing the money.

When searched at the police station defendant had a further £3/4/6 in his possession, which he said was part of his wages. Harold Leslie Vincent, linesman, P.M.G Department, Wagga, residing at 17 Trail street, said that on November 30 he slept in the same room as Kevin Rudd. When he went to bed he had about £100 in the hip pocket of his trousers and he placed the trousers on a portmanteau.

Defendant was in the dining-room when he went to bed, but witness woke up at 1.30 am. when defendant came into the room and switched the light on. Witness rose at 4.30 next morning and missed his money. Defendant was then in bed. He had not given anybody authority to take the money, and after having a good look around he reported his loss.

Defendant said the evidence of Detective Constable Neville and Vincent was correct. He had taken the money when he went into the room and saw the handkerchief sticking out. He had spent some of the money at the dogs, betting on the city races and playing 'Murrum.' He had spent £4/17/6 on a wristlet watch which was now in the possession of the police and had purchased some clothes and given other money away.

After Detective Neville has said there had been continued complaints of thefts of money or Jewellery from boarding houses where defendant had resided, defendant was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with hard labor. Ordering that £64/3/6 should be returned to Vincent, the P.M. said that Vincent was a very fortunate man to get so much of his money back. He should be more careful with his money in future.

Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Tuesday 10 December 1940 p 8 Article

Newspaper Article
Newspaper Article
July 22, 1941 (aged 19 years)
Note: SPOKE TOO SOON

SPOKE TOO SOON

When Kevin Roy Rudd, a bricklayer, of Wagga, jumped from the window of building at Young, which had been raided by the police, and slid down a telegraph post, freedom appeared to be his.

He looked up and called out, 'Good-bye Bob. These coppers don't know me from a bar of soap. I'll see you at church!' Unfortunately for him a copper was within eight feet of him and he was ultimately fined for language, in addition to £5 and coals for being found on a common gaming house. He admitted giving the police a spurious name.

Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953) Tuesday 22 July 1941 p 1 Article

Death of a paternal grandmotherHarriett Ann Campbell
December 30, 1942 (aged 20 years)
Note: OBITUARY. MRS. H. A. RUDD

OBITUARY. MRS. H. A. RUDD

The death occurred at "Glen Iris," Oak Hill, yesterday morning at the residence of her son-in-law. Mr. N. Stewart, of Mrs. Harriet Ann Rudd (nee Campbell), at the age of 80 years. Born at Kilmore (V.) in 1862, Mrs. Rudd, as a girl, resided at Pyalong (V.) for some years and from there she came to Wagga in 1871. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, settled at Pomingalarna and Yarragundry.

As a girl she was employed by Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Blamey, parents of General Sir Thomas Blamey. She married the late James Henry ("Dar") Rudd, well known farmer, of Albury-road, who predeceased her by eight years. From 1908 until 1922 they resided at the North Wagga store, and then went to Cartwright's Hill, North Wagga.

Mrs. Rudd reared a family of 11 children nine sons and two daughters — Mrs. F. H. Barker, of Corowa; Mrs. N. Stewart, of "Glen Iris," Oak Hill; Mr. A. A. Rudd. Belfrayden; Mr. N. H. Rudd, A.I.F.; Mr. A. H. Rudd. North Wagga; Mr. A. L. Rudd, of Sydney; Mr. R. G. Rudd, of Foster (V.); and Mr. W. H. Rudd. of Cartwright's Hill. She is also survived by two brothers, Mr. A. J. Campbell, of Wagga, and Mr. A. F. Campbell, of Oakley (Q.).

She was predeceased by three sons, one sister, the late Mrs. G. Misson, and seven brothers. There are 42 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. The funeral will take place tomorrow, moving from Mr. N. Stewart's residence, "Glen Iris," Oak Hill, at 10.30 a.m., for the Church of England portion of the Wagga cemetery.

Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, New South Wales : 1911 - 1954) Thursday 31 December 1942 p 2 Article

Burial of a paternal grandmotherHarriett Ann Campbell
January 1, 1943 (aged 20 years)
Residence between 1949 and 1980 (aged 57 years)
Note: 1949: 71 Waratah Street, Oatley, NSW

1949: 71 Waratah Street, Oatley, NSW 1954 - 1963: 15 Edward Street, Kingsgrove, NSW 1972 - 1977: 7 Bareega Street, Townsville, QLD 1980: 22 Duggan Drive, via Alligator Creek, Townsville

Kevin worked as a bricklayer

Birth of a sonSteven Wayne Rudd
January 19, 1950 (aged 27 years)

Death of a brotherNoel Alan Rudd
May 23, 1951 (aged 29 years)
Note: RUDD, Noel.—May 21, 1953, at Sydney, beloved son of Roy and Lucie Rudd, and fond brother of Kevin, Malcolm, Marie (Mrs. N. Clarke), and Barry, aged 15 years. Late of Wagga. At rest. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954) Wednesday 23 May 1951 p 28 Family Notices
Burial of a brotherNoel Alan Rudd
May 1951 (aged 29 years)
Death of a sonSteven Wayne Rudd
1952 (aged 29 years)
Burial April 1955 (aged 32 years)
Death of a motherLucie Amilda Latham
March 19, 1974 (aged 51 years)
Burial of a motherLucie Amilda Latham
March 1974 (aged 51 years)
Death of a fatherAlbert Roy Rudd
December 22, 1986 (aged 64 years)
Burial of a fatherAlbert Roy Rudd
December 1986 (aged 64 years)
Death April 19, 1995 (aged 73 years)
Family with parents
father
18991986
Birth: April 9, 1899 48 36Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia
Death: December 22, 1986Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
mother
18981974
Birth: December 5, 1898
Death: March 19, 1974Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
sister
Private
himself
19221995
Birth: April 17, 1922 23 23
Death: April 19, 1995Townsville, Queensland, Australia
brother
Private
brother
Private
younger brother
19351951
Birth: June 19, 1935 36 36
Death: May 23, 1951Paddington, New South Wales, Australia
Family with Private
himself
19221995
Birth: April 17, 1922 23 23
Death: April 19, 1995Townsville, Queensland, Australia
wife
Private
son
Private
son
19501952
Birth: January 19, 1950 27
Death: 1952Petersham, New South Wales, Australia
son
Private
Crime

Wagga Police Court

MONDAY, DECEMBER P, 1940 (Before Mr. J. A. Harris, P.M.) SIX MONTHS FOR STEALING

At the Wagga Police Court yesterday before Mr. J. A. Harris, P.M., Kevin Roy Rudd, aged 18 years, bricklayer, residing at Wagga, pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing £94/6/, the property of Harold Leslie Vincent, at Wagga.

Detective-Constable J. Neville said he saw defendant on Saturday last at the Wagga railway station at 5 a.m. and informed him that Harold Vincent had lost about £90 from his room at 17 Trail street, Wagga, and it was suspected that defendant had taken the money.

He searched a bag of tools carried by defendant and in a working boot found a tobacco tin containing 16 five-pound notes. Defendant admitted It was part of Vincent's money and later made a statement (produced) and was charged with stealing the money.

When searched at the police station defendant had a further £3/4/6 in his possession, which he said was part of his wages. Harold Leslie Vincent, linesman, P.M.G Department, Wagga, residing at 17 Trail street, said that on November 30 he slept in the same room as Kevin Rudd. When he went to bed he had about £100 in the hip pocket of his trousers and he placed the trousers on a portmanteau.

Defendant was in the dining-room when he went to bed, but witness woke up at 1.30 am. when defendant came into the room and switched the light on. Witness rose at 4.30 next morning and missed his money. Defendant was then in bed. He had not given anybody authority to take the money, and after having a good look around he reported his loss.

Defendant said the evidence of Detective Constable Neville and Vincent was correct. He had taken the money when he went into the room and saw the handkerchief sticking out. He had spent some of the money at the dogs, betting on the city races and playing 'Murrum.' He had spent £4/17/6 on a wristlet watch which was now in the possession of the police and had purchased some clothes and given other money away.

After Detective Neville has said there had been continued complaints of thefts of money or Jewellery from boarding houses where defendant had resided, defendant was sentenced to six months' imprisonment with hard labor. Ordering that £64/3/6 should be returned to Vincent, the P.M. said that Vincent was a very fortunate man to get so much of his money back. He should be more careful with his money in future.

Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Tuesday 10 December 1940 p 8 Article

Newspaper Article

SPOKE TOO SOON

When Kevin Roy Rudd, a bricklayer, of Wagga, jumped from the window of building at Young, which had been raided by the police, and slid down a telegraph post, freedom appeared to be his.

He looked up and called out, 'Good-bye Bob. These coppers don't know me from a bar of soap. I'll see you at church!' Unfortunately for him a copper was within eight feet of him and he was ultimately fined for language, in addition to £5 and coals for being found on a common gaming house. He admitted giving the police a spurious name.

Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953) Tuesday 22 July 1941 p 1 Article

Residence

1949: 71 Waratah Street, Oatley, NSW 1954 - 1963: 15 Edward Street, Kingsgrove, NSW 1972 - 1977: 7 Bareega Street, Townsville, QLD 1980: 22 Duggan Drive, via Alligator Creek, Townsville

Kevin worked as a bricklayer