George Augustus Oke, 18801935 (aged 55 years)

Name
George Augustus /Oke/
Given names
George Augustus
Surname
Oke
Birth 1880
MarriageElsie Annie RobbView this family
1907 (aged 27 years)
Residence between 1913 and 1935 (aged 55 years)
Note: 1913: Cudgera, near Burringbar (farmer)

1913: Cudgera, near Burringbar (farmer) 1930 - 1935: Tyagarah, near Byron Bay (railway ganger)

Birth of a daughterVera Doreen Oke
March 16, 1917 (aged 37 years)
Death March 3, 1935 (aged 55 years)
Burial March 4, 1935 (1 day after death)
Newspaper Article
Obituary
March 7, 1935 (4 days after death)
Note: Mr. George Augustus Oke, aged 54 years, passed awa…

Mr. George Augustus Oke, aged 54 years, passed away in a private hospital, Mullumbimby, on Sunday last. Deceased, who was highly respected and well known throughout the district, had resided at Tyngarah for many years. He had been in the employ of the Railway Department as fettler ganger in the Tyngarah section.

He is survived by a widow and two daughters, Marie and Vera. A son died some years ago. Deceased was a devout member of the Roman Catholic Church, the remains being laid to rest in the R.C. portion of the local cemetery on Monday morning.

The Rev. Father Williams officiated at the graveside. Mr. A. Beckinsale had charge of the funeral arrangements.

Mullumbimby Star (NSW : 1906 - 1936) Thursday 7 March 1935 p 2 Article

Family with Elsie Annie Robb
himself
18801935
Birth: 1880Kiama, New South Wales, Australia
Death: March 3, 1935Tyagarah, New South Wales, Australia
wife
18851985
Birth: December 17, 1885 25 24Robertson, New South Wales, Australia
Death: April 5, 1985Mullumbimby, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage
Marriage: 1907Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
10 years
daughter
19171981
Birth: March 16, 1917 37 31Murwillumbah, New South Wales, Australia
Death: January 18, 1981Burringbar, New South Wales, Australia
Residence

1913: Cudgera, near Burringbar (farmer) 1930 - 1935: Tyagarah, near Byron Bay (railway ganger)

Newspaper Article

Mr. George Augustus Oke, aged 54 years, passed away in a private hospital, Mullumbimby, on Sunday last. Deceased, who was highly respected and well known throughout the district, had resided at Tyngarah for many years. He had been in the employ of the Railway Department as fettler ganger in the Tyngarah section.

He is survived by a widow and two daughters, Marie and Vera. A son died some years ago. Deceased was a devout member of the Roman Catholic Church, the remains being laid to rest in the R.C. portion of the local cemetery on Monday morning.

The Rev. Father Williams officiated at the graveside. Mr. A. Beckinsale had charge of the funeral arrangements.

Mullumbimby Star (NSW : 1906 - 1936) Thursday 7 March 1935 p 2 Article