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Edward G RAWSON [685]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1918 - Orange, NSW, Australia 6998
    Christening: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: William Hunter RAWSON [627] (1892-1990) 
         Mother: Marli A GIBBS [684] (      -      ) 


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Esther Hanna RAWSON [642]

      Sex: F

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1902 - , NSW, Australia 6999
    Christening: 
          Death: 1976 - Gosford, NSW, Australia 7000
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: John Frederick RAWSON 2 [505] (1870-1937) 
         Mother: Cecilia ANDERSON [504] (1871-1945) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Francis V HOWARD [6966] (       -       )
       Marriage: 1932 - Lockhart, NSW, Australia 4963
         Status: 


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Frederick Allan RAWSON [680]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1915 - Parkes, NSW, Australia 7001
    Christening: 
          Death: 1933 - Trundle, NSW, Australia
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: James Alfred RAWSON [539] (1875-1954) 
         Mother: Mary Edith FAULKNER [538] (1874-1955) 


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Grace Cecilia RAWSON [686]

      Sex: F

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1909 - Lockhart, NSW, Australia 7002
    Christening: 
          Death: 1956 - Lockhart, NSW, Australia 7003
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: John Frederick RAWSON 2 [505] (1870-1937) 
         Mother: Cecilia ANDERSON [504] (1871-1945) 


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Horace Bushmill Steven RAWSON [681]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1899 - Marrickville, NSW, Australia 7004
    Christening: 
          Death: 1905 - Parkes, NSW, Australia 7005
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: James Alfred RAWSON [539] (1875-1954) 
         Mother: Mary Edith FAULKNER [538] (1874-1955) 


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James Alfred RAWSON [539]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1875 - Inverleigh, Vic, Australia 7006
    Christening: 
          Death: 6 Aug 1954 - Trundle, NSW, Australia
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: John RAWSON [494] (Abt 1840-1937) 
         Mother: Hannah FAULKNER [294] (1852-1877) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Mary Edith FAULKNER [538] (1874 - 19 May 1955)
       Marriage: 1897 3721
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Horace Bushmill Steven RAWSON [681] (1899-1905)
                2. Doris Edith Victoria RAWSON [678] (1901-1955)
                3. Samuel James RAWSON [625] (1904-1932)
                4. Edgar George RAWSON [679] (1907-1907)
                5. John Alfred RAWSON [682] (1909-1916)
                6. William Hunter RAWSON [683] (1911-1949)
                7. Frederick Allan RAWSON [680] (1915-1933)

Notes
General:
James Alfred Rawson and Mary Edith Faulkner were cousins.

No birth registration was found for James Alfred Rawson. His name came from death certificate of Hannah his mother.

PERSONAL OBITUARY

Mr. John Rawson, of Kincaid-street, Wagga, died at an early hour on Saturday morning (Ed: 24 April) at his residence, after a short illness. Mr. Rawson retired from active public life about 14 years ago and had since resided in Wagga.

Born at Sunderland, Durham, England, he came to Australia with his parents when only a boy, making the memorable trip on the barque, 'British Empire,' and landing at Geelong on March 14, 1853. Mr. Rawson paid a visit to Geelong only a few years ago. His father reached the age of 84 years at the time of his death, and his mother died in her 64 th year.

Mr. John Rawson was twice married, first to Miss Hannah Faulkner, at Inverleigh (Vic), in 1869, there being four children by this marriage, three of whom survive him. In 1877 Mr. Rawson married Miss Amelia Faulkner at Geelong, and she predeceased him in July, 1933. There were no children of that marriage. He came to New South Wales in 1876, and until his retirement 14 years ago, was successfully engaged in farming and grazing pursuits in the Lockhart and Jerilderie districts. Children surviving are Mr. John Frederick Rawson, of Milbrulong, who is visiting England for the Coronation festivities; James Alfred, of Trundle, and Annie (Mrs. J. Rawson), of Dubbo.

The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon. The cortege, which was very representative, moved from the Methodist Church, Wagga, for the Lockhart cemetery.

PERSONAL NEWS. (1937, April 30). Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1938), p. 46. Retrieved November 25, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article102689568

picture James Kendle RAWSON [623]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 2 Feb 1841 - Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England 920
    Christening: 
          Death: 3 Apr 1904 - Geelong, Vic, Australia 920
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: John RAWSON 1 [553] (Abt 1818-1898) 
         Mother: Mary HUNTER [550] (1816-1877) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Alice Maude BENNETT [624] (28 Oct 1845 - 15 Aug 1945)
       Marriage: 30 Dec 1862 - Inverleigh, Vic, Australia 920
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. John Frederick RAWSON 1 [622] (1867-1943)


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Joan Freda RAWSON [687]

      Sex: F

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1910 - Lockhart, NSW, Australia 7007
    Christening: 
          Death: 1965 7008
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: John Frederick RAWSON 2 [505] (1870-1937) 
         Mother: Cecilia ANDERSON [504] (1871-1945) 


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John RAWSON 1 [553]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: Abt 1818
    Christening: 
          Death: 1898 - Lockhart, NSW, Australia
         Burial: 

Spouses and Children
1. *Mary HUNTER [550] (31 Jul 1816 - 1877)
       Marriage: 
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. John RAWSON [494] (Abt 1840-1937)
                2. James Kendle RAWSON [623] (1841-1904)
                3. Amelia RAWSON [506] (Abt 1844-1934)
                4. Annie RAWSON  5023 [11805] (1845-1875)

Notes
General:
John Rawson came from Durham England on the ship "British Empire" which sailed from London 26 October, 1852 and arrived at Geelong on 8 March 1853. He was said to be a Gardener and on disembarking the family went to Mr. W. Downie at New Town for 3 months for a wage of 156 pounds with rations. On board were
John Rawson, 35, Durham C of E could read & write Gardener,
Mary Rawson 36 " " " " "
John 13, James 11, Amelia 9, Anne 6,
another child, Mary was born probably at Inverleigh after they arrived in Australia.

picture John RAWSON [494]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: Abt 1840 - , , England
    Christening: 
          Death: 24 Apr 1937 - Lockhart, NSW, Australia
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: John RAWSON 1 [553] (Abt 1818-1898) 
         Mother: Mary HUNTER [550] (1816-1877) 

Spouses and Children
1. Hannah FAULKNER [294] (1852 - 16 Jun 1877)
       Marriage: 1869 3680
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. John Frederick RAWSON 2 [505] (1870-1937)
                2. Annie RAWSON [621] (1873-1965)
                3. James Alfred RAWSON [539] (1875-1954)
                4. William Hunter RAWSON [628] (1877-1877)

2. *Amelia FAULKNER [517] (1857 - 1933) 58 
       Marriage: 31 Dec 1877 - Geelong, Vic, Australia 3635
         Status: 

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General:
Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Mon 26 Apr 1937
Page 2
OBITUARY

OBITUARY
MR. JOHN RAWSON
NONOGENARIAN'S FUNERAL
After having reached the great age of 98 years, Mr. John Rawson, of 75 Kincaid-street, Wagga, died at an early hour on Saturday morning at his residence, after a short illness. Mr. Rawson retired from active public life about 14 years ago and has since resided in Wagga, where he quickly won the respect and high esteem of the whole community for his wonderful munificence towards charitable institutions and other worthy causes, particularly the Wagga District Hospital. Born at Sunderland, Durham, England, he came to Australia with his parents when only a boy, making the memorable trip on the barque, "British Empire," and landing at Geelong on March 14, 1853. Mr. Rawson paid a visit to Geelong only a few years ago and noticed many changes.

His father also passed the allotted span of three score years and ten, reaching the age of 84 years at the time of his death. His mother died in her 64th year. Mr. John Rawson was twice married, first to Miss Hannah Faulkner, at Inverleigh (Vic.), in 1869, there being four children by this marriage three of whom survive him. In 1877 Mr. Rawson married Miss Amelia Faulkner at Geelong, and she predeceased him in July 1933. There were no children of that marriage. He came to New South Wales in 1876, and until his retirement 14 years ago, was successfully engaged in farming and grazing pursuits in the Lockhart and Jerilderie districts. Children surviving him are Mr John Frederick Rawson of Milbrulong, who is visiting Eng
land for the Coronation festivities; James Alfred, of Trundle; and Annie (Mrs. J. Rawson) of Dubbo). There are seven grand-children and 10 great-grand-children.

The funeral took place yesterday afternoon. The cortege, which was very representative, moved from the Methodist Church, Wagga, at 1.30 o'clock for the Lockhart Cemetery, where interment took place in the family enclosure. Before leaving the church, a short service, largely attended by relatives and many old friends, was conducted by the Rev. A.
J. Gould. Mrs. A. J. Boswell played the organ and two of Mr. Rawson's favorite hymns, "Rock of Ages" and "The Sands of Time are Sinking," were sung by the congregation.

Mr. Gould in paying tribute to Mr. Rawson said, that he had known him for more than 20 years, and knew him as one of God's gentlemen. He was just a small man, but one with a grasp on God's finer things. He was a man of strong religious convictions. He had lived through the Victorian age and was possessed of Victorian standards which had stood the test of
the ages. John Rawson was a particularly generous man, who started on the road of life with nothing in his pocket but made good with diligence and honesty. Mr. Gould remembered many occasions when Mr. Rawson had personally helped people who were in urgent need.

He was a Christian gentleman, he said, with no affectation, was quiet, unobtrusive, reserved and very shy, but who loved the little people of the Sunday School and always looked for some way to assist them. "We thank God for a beautiful Christian gentleman of God, unafraid of meeting death," said Mr. Gould, "and to the bereaved ones we give you our very
tender sympathy in so great a loss."

The heavy oaken casket, beautifully mounted, was carried from the church by Messrs. A. Casperson (relative), W.H. Rawson (grandson, of Trundle), S. Hellston, A. Anderson, S. Castles and L. Cullen. The floral tray, heavily laden with flowers, was carried by four very old friends, Messrs. W. Belling, sen., J. Henman, D. Fraser and S. Sly.

Among the friends gathered at the church were Messrs. W. Schultz, H. Krause, Harris, Davidson, Griffin, J. Castle. H. T. Steinholt, Gannon, Misses Schultz, Jay, and Moss, Mrs. Gould, Mrs. Henman, and Miss Sherriff. Many motor cars joined the cortege on the way to Lockhart and a very large number of friends were around the grave to pay their last tribute, the Rev. A. J. Gould, journeying from Wagga to officiate at the grave-side service.

The casket was carried to the grave-side by Messrs. A. Casperson. W. H. Rawson, A. Anderson, S. Hellston, S. Ashley, and F. Howard (grandson), and the floral tray was in the care of Messrs, V. Lloyd, J. Rynehart, H. Macklin and C. Lloyd (relatives) and a large number of wreaths were carried by friends.

The chief mourners present, in addition to those mentioned, were Mr.and Mrs. James Alfred Rawson (son and daughter-in-law), of Trundle, New South Wales; Mrs. J. Rawson (daughter), of Dubbo; Mr. Cannon, of Wagga; Misses Joan and Grace Rawson, Mrs. S. Rawson (grand-children); Mrs. Hartwig and Mrs. Rynehart (relatives) and many friends from Lockhart
and Boree Creek, Milbrulong, The Rock, and Osborne, among them being Messrs. C. Cornell, A. Adamson, T. Richter. B. Boyd, W. Ilett, T. Hett, C. Odewalhn, J. H. Day, H. Hoffman, L. J. Rynehart, J. Rynehart (Engleby), Mr. and Mrs. Woodford,
Mr. and Mrs. Prest, Mrs. B. Richter sen., W. Gollaseh, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Howard, Mrs. R. P. Gleeson (Osborne), Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bauer, Messrs W. K. Day, A. G. Krause, J. Garratt, B. Taylor, B. Hartley, P. C. Leach, J. Heckendorf, R. Hartwig
(Wodonga), Haberecht, W. Bond, H B. Krause, P. W. McCarthy, Mrs. F. Boyd and many others. Among the numerous floral tributes were wreaths from the Methodist Church, Wagga, the Methodist Church, Lockhart, Wagga Methodist Sunday school, W K. Day & Co. Ltd., and Lockhart branch of the Country Women's Association.
The funeral arrangements at Lockhart and Wagga were carried out by Mr. Alan Harris, of Wagga.

The Lockhart Review and Oaklands Advertiser (NSW : 1910 - 1954) Tue 27 Apr 1937 Page 2

MR. JOHN RAWSON, J.P. MR. JOHN RAWSON, J.P. Death at Wagga Wagga ATTAINED HIS 98th. BIRTHDAY LAST MONTH Great Tribute To a Pioneer and Public Benefactor Mr. John Rawson, retired grazier, aged years, died at his residence, 75 Kincaird Street, Wagga Wagga, on Saturday morning. Although his earthly life terminated in Wagga Wagga, it is with "Ingleby" Estate, Milbrulong, in the Lockhart district, that his name will be associated most. When they were residing (as de ceased himself put it) "within the sound of Bow Bells", London, his parents decided to emigrate to Australia, John, their son, being then a boy seven or eight years old. A memorable voyage on the barque "British Empire," terminated at Geelong (Vic.) and for Geelong district deceased always kept a warm corner of his heart, as he recalled the scenes of his boyhood and youth. Inverleigh (V.) was the place where he married Miss Hannah Faulkner, and as their family increased, they decided to migrate to New South Wales. Jerilderie district was the part of Riverina decided upon. It was the period when the cognomen "Squatter" had not the pleasant sound it has to-day: rather the re verse. New selectors were not welcomed and the selectors fully realised it. What troubled Mr. Rawson more was the desperate straights he was forded into, not by the squatters, but by the continuance of a severe drought, which decimated his flock, strained his financial resources to the utmost, and to make matters infinitely worse, sustained the great grief of losing the mother of his children. The experiences at Jerilderie were indelibly impressed upon his memory for the reasons stated, together with some additional reasons, viz., he was in Jerilderie township when the Kelly gang held up the Bank of N.S.W. and it was at Jerilderie that he met a fellow selector in the late Mr. Monahan. Upon their meeting they established a warm friendship, which remained unsevered up to the time of Mr. Monahan's death a few years ago. By rather a strange coincidence, the grandson of the late Mr. Monahan was interred in Lockhart cemetery just an hour be fore the remains of Mr. Rawson were interred there. Whilst still in the Jerilderie district he married Miss Amelia Faulkner, his deceased wife's sister.
There were no children from the second marriage. Up- on hearing of a chance of settlement in the Mittagong district, Yerong Creek, he decided to make the move and was indeed fortunate in acquiring the estate to which he gave the name "Ingleby." If the experiences at Jerilderie had proved as bitter as the waters of Marrah to the Israelites, the experiences at "Ingleby" proved as the land of Canaan, a land of "milk and honey." The wealth which he eventually ac quired was wrested from the property following many years of hard toil, combined with the frugality which he and his wife adopted, whereby riches acquired were considerably enhanced by the fewness of their wants, thus giving an ex ample to the majority of us at the present day. Some years after Mr. Rawson had comfortably sett- led at "Ingleby," there came into the district (now known as Milbrulong) several families of German descent, from South Australia principally. To them Mr. Rawson gave the right hand of fellowship, helping in whatever manner he could and establishing with them a reputation that has made the name of Rawson the hall-mark of honestly and just dealing that will never be erased. In the years succeeding, when he was known to them as "the old gentleman," his name was mentioned with pride and sincere affection. The church of his up-bringing was the Methodist Church and to that religious denomination he gave a loyal adherence and valued support right up to the day of his death.
Nothwithstanding that fact he entertained a praise worthy spirit of tolerance towards all men of whatever church, who professed loyalty in faith to Jesus Christ. In association with the late Mr. John Lloyd, the Boyd and Howard families, Mr. Rawson join ed in building the Union Church at Mittagong, and this little church has many sacred memories of men now passed to their reward, where they shared in the helpful ministration of Church of England, Lutheran, Presbyterian, Baptist and Methodist ministers. When no minister was available or could not at tend, Mr. Rawson himself conducted simple service. He was hon- cured with the appointment of Jus tice of the Peace and for many years exercised a helpful influence in many Lockhart district affairs such as the Brookong Farmers' Union (now the Lockhart F. and S.A.) and the Lockhart A. and P. Society. When the latter society acquired the showground-racecourse site, he felt that he could not conscientiously be associated with the society and such was his frank, outright char acter, he made no bones about saying so. For many years now he dissociated himself from all public matters, always excepting the exercise of religious duties, which consisted not so much in church-going as in carrying out the message contained in that scriptural saying, "In- as much as ye have done it to the least of these my brethren ye have done it unto me." Whilst amply providing for the claims of his family in his lifetime as a steward of riches he made distribution in such devious ways and manners as will never be known, besides many straight out public gifts. He did not forget Lockhart, which he had seen grow into strength since its Green's Gunyah days. Ever since the establishment of the C.W.A. branch at Lockhart he has contributed 20 per year. He was at all times prepared to contribute substantially to the erection of a cottage hospital at Lockhart. As to the Methodist Church, he was so keen upon having the minister stationed at Lock- hart that he contributed 500 to- wards the erection of the first parsonage. Indeed he can be truly referred to as Lockhart's only direct benefactor up-to-date. He also substantially assisted Urana District Hospital. For the work of the Salvation Army he entertained the greatest respect and has made to that good cause many large donation. No S.A. officer within cooee of the place ever failed to call at "Ingleby": more frequently it was the first place they called and they were never turned empty away. Another charitable work that com- mended itself to his liberal support was Dr. Barnardo's homes for or phan children. In all these matters up to the time of her decease in 1933 he had the loyal support and cordial co-operation of his wife.
THE FUNERAL The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon. The cortege, which was very representative, moved from the Methodist Church, Wagga, at 1.30 o'clock for the Lockhart cemetery, where interment took place in the family enclosing. Before leaving the church, a short service, largely attended by relatives and many old friends, was con ducted by the Rev. A. J. Gould. Two of Mr. Rawson's favorite hymns, "Rock of Ages'' and "The Sands of Time are Sinking'" were sung by the congregation. The oaken casket, beautifully mounted, was carried from the church by Messrs. A. Casperson (relative), W. H. Rawson (grandson, of Trundle), S. Hellston, A. Anderson, S. Castles and L. Cullen. The floral tray, heavily laden with flowers, was carried by four very old friends, Messrs. W. Belling snr., J. Henman, D. Fraser and S. Sly. Among the friends gathered at the church were Messrs. W. Schultz, H. Krause, Harris, Davidson, Griffin, J. Castle, H. T. Steinholt, Gan non, Misses Schultz, Jay and Moss, Mrs. Gould, Mrs. Henman and Miss Sheriff. Many motor cars joined the cortege on the way to Lockhart and a very large number of friends were around the grave to pay their last tribute, the Rev. A. J. Gould journeying from Wagga to officiate at the graveside service.
The casket was carried to the graveside by Messrs. A. Casperson, W. H. Belling, A. Anderson, S. Hellston, Stan Ashley and F. Howard, and the floral tray was in the care of Messrs. V. Lloyd, J. Ryne hart, H. Macklan and C. Lloyd (relatives) and a large number of wreaths were carried by friends. Rev. A. J. Gould (superintendant of the Wagga Methodist circuit), in paying tribute to Mr. Rawson, said that he had known him for more than 20 years and knew him as one of God's gentlemen. He was a man with a grasp on God's finer things. He was a man of strong religious convictions. He had lived throughout the Victorian age and was possessed of Victorian standards, which had stood the test of the ages. John Rawson was a particularly generous man, who started on the road of life with nothing in his pocket, but made good with diligence and honesty. He remembered many occasions when Mr Rawson had personally helped people who were in urgent need. He was a Christian gentle- man, he said, with no affectation, was quiet, unobtrusive, reserved and he loved the little people of the Sunday School and always look ed for some way to assist them. 'We thank God for a beautiful Christian gentleman of God, un- afraid of meeting death," said Mr. Gould, "and to the bereaved ones we give our very tender sympathy in so great a loss." Besides those mentioned, the chief mourners included Mr and Mrs Jas. Rawson, Trundle (son and daughter-in-law); Mrs. J. Rawson of Dubbo (daughter) ; Mr. Frank and Mrs. Howard (grand-daughter); Mrs. E. Rawson (widow of S. Rawson, grandson). Other distant relatives and general mourners included: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hartwig Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rynehart; V. and C. Lloyd; Mr. and Mrs. E. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. McCarthy Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cowin, Messrs J. Rynehart; J. L. Rynehart, J. H. Day, A. H. and G. and C. Cornell, G. Schneider, J. A. O'Connell, Mrs. R. T. Gleeson, J. Heckendorf, T Bond, T. Brennan, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Haberecht, A. G. Krause (Fair light), T. and W. Ilett, J. Pollock, Mr. and Mrs. Prest, Mr. and Mrs. Garratt, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bauer, B. L. Boyd, J. Davies, E. Alexander, W. S. Alexander, W. J. Dunlevey, A. Adamson, H. T. and A. Richter, C. Odewahn, W. Gollasch, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Alexander, T. W. Clutterbuck, C. T. Watson, W. H. Kelly, J T. Smallwood, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Block, P, C. Leach, Miss Lash brook, J. R. Hensley, Mr. and Mrs. A. Healy, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bauer, Mrs. F. Boyd, B. L. Boyd, A. Hartley, Misses Bond, Mrs. Richter, snr., W. Biscaya, W. Lawson, G. Kneale, H. Palmer, J. M. and W. Hoban, J. T., C. P., and P. J. Lynch, Mrs. H. Davies, snr., Mrs. H. Davies jnr., Mr. and Mrs. S. John- ston, A. E. Bender, J. W. Bender, H. E. and N. H. Hoffmann, W. F Anderson, J. J. Ryan, W. L. Hurd, B. Hartwig, M. Gorman, H. Belling; J. Robinson, Hosie Bros, H. Dav ies, J. Handley (representing Bank of N.S.W.) A. Ziebell, E. T. Ken dell, S. Matthews, H. V. George, W. Hull, R. H. Parker, A. H. Gil- mour, A. Stoneham, Wm. Smith snr., Arthur Smith, J. J. Carn and many others. Amongst the numerous floral tributes were wreaths from Lock hart C.W.A., Wagga Wagga Meth odist Church, The Rock-Lockhart Methodist Circuit, W. K. Day Ltd., Mr. and Mrs. P. W. McCarthy, Mr. and Mrs. J.. A. Rawson (Trundle), Misses G. and J. Rawson, Marjorie and Bill Rawson (Trundle), Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rawson, Mrs. S. Rawson, "the Angel girls", Mr. and Mrs. V. Lloyd (Albury), Mr. and Mrs. B. Hartley, McLeod girls and Victor McLeod, Jim, Edith and family, Mrs H. C. Howard, Doris and Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Krause (Fair- light), Mrs. W. and Misses Bond, "Home - Kincaid Street," Mr. and Mrs. J. Heckendorf, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Krause (Wagga road), Mr. and Mrs. R. Hartwig (Wodonga), Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. S. Ashley, Mrs. and Miss Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. O. L, Haberecht, E. F. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Day, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rawson (Dubbo), Wagga Methodist Sunday School, Mr. and Mrs. J. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. W. Gollasch, Mr. and Mrs. A. Prest, Messrs. Lappin & Griffin, Mr. and Mrs. W. Russell, Mrs. Hughes (Wagga), Mrs. R. T. Gleeson, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hoffmann, Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Richter, J. and M. Ryne- hart (Henty), Mr. and Mrs. Hell ston, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bauer and Mrs. Bauer, senr., Mr. and Mrs. J. Rynehart and Mr. J. Rynehart, snr.; Mrs. B. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Garratt, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. R. Strusz, Mr. P. C. Leach, Mrs. B. Richter, senr., Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Krause, Mrs. T. H. Davis and Sons, Mr. and Mrs. Rin- gan McMicking (Lake Cargellico), Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Rynehart. Mr. A. Harris, Wagga, carried out the funeral arrangements.
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/142874592

PERSONAL NEWS. (1937, April 30). Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1938), p. 46.

PERSONAL
OBITUARY

Mr. John Rawson, of Kincaid-street, Wagga, died at an early hour on Saturday morning (Ed: 24 April) at his residence, after a short illness. Mr. Rawson retired from active public life about 14 years ago and had since resided in Wagga.

Born at Sunderland, Durham, England, he came to Australia with his parents when only a boy, making the memorable trip on the barque, 'British Empire,' and landing at Geelong on March 14, 1853. Mr. Rawson paid a visit to Geelong only a few years ago. His father reached the age of 84 years at the time of his death, and his mother died in her 64th year.

Mr. John Rawson was twice married, first to Miss Hannah Faulkner, at Inverleigh (Vic), in 1869, there being four children by this marriage, three of whom survive him. In 1877 Mr. Rawson married Miss Amelia Faulkner at Geelong, and she predeceased him in July, 1933. There were no children of that marriage. He came to New South Wales in 1876, and until his retirement 14 years ago, was successfully engaged in farming and grazing pursuits in the Lockhart and Jerilderie districts. Children surviving are Mr. John Frederick Rawson, of Milbrulong, who is visiting England for the Coronation festivities; James Alfred, of Trundle, and Annie (Mrs. J. Rawson), of Dubbo.

The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon. The cortege, which was very representative, moved from the Methodist Church, Wagga, for the Lockhart cemetery.
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article102689568

The Methodist (Sydney, NSW : 1892 - 1954) Sat 12 Jun 1937 Page 15
JOHN RAWSON
JOHN RAWSON
After having reached the great age of 98 years, Mr. John Rawson, of Wagga, passed peacefully away on Saturday morning, 24th April. Born at Sunderland, Durham, England, he came to Australia with his parents when only a boy, making the memorable trip on the barque "British Empire," and landing at Geelong on 14th March, 1853. Mr. Rawson came to
New South Wales in 1876, and until his retirement 14 years ago, was successfully engaged in farming in the Lockhart and Jerilderie districts.

Born in the Victorian Age, John Rawson governed his life largely by Victorian standards. He was a man of strong, religious convictions, a keen Bible student, and a man with a well-furnished mind. Failing eye-sight and hearing handicapped him in his later years, yet he maintained by "listening-in," an up-to-date interest with the world in which he lived.

John Rawson was a good man and honoured by all who knew him as one of "God's gentlemen." He was also a generous man. The Lockhart Parsonage costs were half paid for by him, and the Wagga Sunday School, and the Wagga Hospital received of his generosity. Much of his giving was quietly done, and children's institutions and families in distress were the recipients.

John Rawson met death unafraid, for his faith in Christ as Saviour was very beautiful and definite. Rev. A. J. Gould conducted a service in the Wagga Church on Anzac Sunday, and read the commital at the Lockhart Cemetery paying a worthy tribute to a friend whom he had known for 22 years. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rawson (Lockhart), Mr. J. A. Rawson (Trundle), and Mrs. J. Rawson (Dubbo) survive him, and with their children are in fellowship with the Christian Church. - A.J.G.
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/155288379

Daily Advertiser (Wagga Wagga, NSW : 1911 - 1954) Wed 13 Oct 1937 Page 4

RAWSON PRIVATE HOSPITALRAWSON PRIVATE HOSPITAL NEW NAME FOR SPECIAL UNIT AT WAGGA BASE HOSPITAL Perpetuates Memory of Late John Rawson To perpetuate the memory of the late John Rawson, of Milbrulong who was the chief benefactor for manv years to the Wagga District Hospital it has been decided to name the private and intermediate section of the Wagga Base Hospital, the 'Rawson Private Hospital.
This decision was unanimously reached by the board of the hospital last night, and it was decided to seek the approval of the family of Mr Rawson. The chairman (Mr. A. O. F. Robinson) said that Mr. Rawson had been a wonderful benefactor. Year after year he had made donations of 50 or more, and one donation alone was 500. If the unit were named Rawson Private Hospital, the memory of a great man would be perpetuated and the institution would derive a certain prestige.
Judging by the recent demands on the private and intermediate wards, it might be necessary to extend that unit Mr. J. N. Small said that he had seen Mr. Rawson visit the secretary's office in years gone by, hand in a donation in an envelope, and with a- quiet 'good morning,' would leave. On no account would be allow any publicity to be made of his donations. Frequently he had come to the rescue of the institution when it was in difficulties. Other members of the board agreed that the suggestion was a happy idea, and it was unanimously adopted.
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/143663128

picture John Alfred RAWSON [682]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1909 - Parkes, NSW, Australia 7009
    Christening: 
          Death: 1916 - Condoblin, NSW, Australia 7010
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: James Alfred RAWSON [539] (1875-1954) 
         Mother: Mary Edith FAULKNER [538] (1874-1955) 


picture
John Frederick RAWSON 1 [622]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1867 - Inverleigh, Vic, Australia 7011
    Christening: 
          Death: 1943 - Dubbo, NSW, Australia 7012
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: James Kendle RAWSON [623] (1841-1904) 
         Mother: Alice Maude BENNETT [624] (1845-1945) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Annie RAWSON [621] (1873 - 1965)
       Marriage: 1891 - , NSW, Australia 6994
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. William Hunter RAWSON [627] (1892-1990)
                2. Alice Maude RAWSON [620] (1905-      )

Notes
General:
1st Cousin of John Frederick RAWSON, 2.
The Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW : 1894 - 1954) Tue 13 Apr 1943
Page 4
OBITUARY
OBITUARY
MR. JOHN FREDERICK RAWSON
The death occurred on Friday night, following some monhs of illness, of Mr. John Frederick Rawson (76), well-known western personality, who has lived in retirement at Dubbo for 12 years.

Before coming to Dubbo he was for 43 years a prominent grazier in the Trangie district with large and important holdings. At Dubbo he acquired many interests in the commercial affairs of the district.

He passed away at his private residence, "Beulah," 336 Macquarie Street,
Dubbo. Born at Inverleigh (Victoria), deceased was married at Ingleby, via Lockhart, to Miss Annie Rawson, who survives together with one son and one daughter, Mr, William Rawson (Trangie) and Mrs. Alice Pearce (Dubbo).
https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/132923000

His mother, Mrs. A. Rawson, who is aged 98 years, resides in Melbourne.
A family of brothers and sisters also survives.

Following a private service at the residence, the funeral took place in the Baptist portion of the Dubbo cemetery. The Rev. W. S. Cowling officiated at the service and graveside.

picture John Frederick RAWSON [688]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1913 - Lockhart, NSW, Australia 7013
    Christening: 
          Death: 1916 - Annandale, NSW, Australia 7014
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: John Frederick RAWSON 2 [505] (1870-1937) 
         Mother: Cecilia ANDERSON [504] (1871-1945) 


picture
John Frederick RAWSON 2 [505]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1870 - Inverleigh, Vic, Australia 7015
    Christening: 
          Death: 1937 - Lockhart, NSW, Australia 7016
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: John RAWSON [494] (Abt 1840-1937) 
         Mother: Hannah FAULKNER [294] (1852-1877) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Cecilia ANDERSON [504] (1871 - 1945)
       Marriage: 1898
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Sydney Anderson RAWSON [626] (1899-1936)
                2. Esther Hanna RAWSON [642] (1902-1976)
                3. Grace Cecilia RAWSON [686] (1909-1956)
                4. Joan Freda RAWSON [687] (1910-1965)
                5. John Frederick RAWSON [688] (1913-1916)

Notes
General:
1st cousin of John Frederick RAWSON, 1.

picture Samuel James RAWSON [625]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1904 - Buninyong, Vic, Australia 7017
    Christening: 
          Death: 1932 - Trundle, NSW, Australia
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: James Alfred RAWSON [539] (1875-1954) 
         Mother: Mary Edith FAULKNER [538] (1874-1955) 


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Sydney Anderson RAWSON [626]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1899 - , NSW, Australia 7018
    Christening: 
          Death: 1936 - Melbourne, VIC, Australia 7019
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: John Frederick RAWSON 2 [505] (1870-1937) 
         Mother: Cecilia ANDERSON [504] (1871-1945) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Elva May JONES [12319] (23 Sep 1905 - 21 Nov 1986) 5222 
       Marriage: 17 Jun 1929 - Sydney, NSW, Australia 5222
         Status: 


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William Hunter RAWSON [627]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1892 - Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia 7020
    Christening: 
          Death: 1990 - Trangie, New South Wales, Australia 4057,7021
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: John Frederick RAWSON 1 [622] (1867-1943) 
         Mother: Annie RAWSON [621] (1873-1965) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Marli A GIBBS [684] (       -       )
       Marriage: 1917 - Narromine, New South Wales, Australia 4057
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Edward G RAWSON [685] (1918-      )


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William Hunter RAWSON [628]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1877 - Jerilderie, NSW, Australia 7022
    Christening: 29 Nov 1877 - Geelong, Vic, Australia 7023
          Death: 1877 - , Victoria, Australia 7024
         Burial: 

Events

1. Alt. Birth: 17 Feb 1877.


Parents
         Father: John RAWSON [494] (Abt 1840-1937) 
         Mother: Hannah FAULKNER [294] (1852-1877) 


picture
William Hunter RAWSON [683]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1911 - Parkes, NSW, Australia 7025
    Christening: 
          Death: 1949 - Trundle, NSW, Australia
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: James Alfred RAWSON [539] (1875-1954) 
         Mother: Mary Edith FAULKNER [538] (1874-1955) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Marjorie DAWE [6967] (       -       )
       Marriage: 1936 - Parkes, NSW, Australia
         Status: 


picture
Olive Hazel REA [8470]

      Sex: F
AKA: Hazel Eliza JAMES
Individual Information
     Birth Date: Abt 1919 - Footscray, Vic, Australia
    Christening: 
          Death: 5 Aug 1996 - , Victoria, Australia
         Burial: 1996 - Footscray, Vic, Australia 7026

Spouses and Children
1. *Walter Holden JAMES [410] (1911 - 15 Mar 1998)
       Marriage: 1937 - , Victoria, Australia 5111
         Status: 


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Anne READ [3576]

      Sex: F

Individual Information
     Birth Date: Abt 1775 - Manchester, Lancashire, England 7027
    Christening: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 

Spouses and Children
1. *John Moody SHANNON [3575] (Abt 1780 -       )
       Marriage: 6 Dec 1795 - Manchester, Lancashire, England 7028,7029,7030
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Thomas SHANNON  7031 [10897] (1796-      )
                2. John SHANNON  7031 [10898] (1798-      )
                3. Samuel SHANNON  7031 [10899] (1800-      )
                4. Charlotte SHANNON  7031 [10900] (1805-1868)
                5. Sarah SHANNON [1324] (1807-1859)
                6. James SHANNON  7031 [10901] (1808-      )
                7. Mary SHANNON  7031 [10902] (1810-      )
                8. Frances SHANNON  7031 [10903] (1815-      )


picture
Jane READER [9108]

      Sex: F

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 
    Christening: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 

Spouses and Children
1. *William Henry FISHER [9107] (       -       )
       Marriage: 31 Aug 1828 - Saint Peter, Walworth, Surrey, England 3828
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. William Henry FISHER  2445 [9092] (Abt 1837-1904)


picture
Jane READER [12318]

      Sex: F

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1778 - Harlestone, Northamptonshire, England 7032
    Christening: 22 Mar 1778 - Harlestone, Northamptonshire, England 7032
          Death: 
         Burial: 

Parents
         Father: John READER [2858] (1734-1810) 
         Mother: Martha TARRY [2859] (1745-1790) 


picture
John READER [2858]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1734 - , Northamptonshire, England 105
    Christening: 
          Death: 1810 1062
         Burial: 9 Aug 1810 - Benenden, Kent, England 7033

Spouses and Children
1. *Martha TARRY [2859] (1745 - 1790)
       Marriage: 4 Oct 1772 - Harlestone, Northamptonshire, England 7034,7035
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Mary READER  6362 [2104] (1775-1852)
                2. Jane READER  7032 [12318] (1778-      )


picture
Mary READER [2104]

      Sex: F
AKA: Mary REEDER
Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1775 - Harlestone, Northamptonshire, England 7036
    Christening: 
          Death: Sep Q 1852 - Duston, Northamptonshire, England 1062,7037
         Burial: 22 Aug 1852 - Duston, Northamptonshire, England 7038

Parents
         Father: John READER [2858] (1734-1810) 
         Mother: Martha TARRY [2859] (1745-1790) 

Spouses and Children
1. *Thomas MINARDS [2048] (1774 - Oct 1844)
       Marriage: 11 Oct 1795 - East Haddon, Northamptonshire, England 105,6362
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. John MINARDS  105 [2105] (1797-      )
                2. Sarah MINARDS [1495] (1799-1874)
                3. Martha MINARDS [2107] (Cir 1801-      )
                4. Mary MINARDS [2135] (Cir 1804-      )
                5. Thomas MINARDS [2136] (Cir 1807-      )
                6. William MINARDS [2854] (Cir 1809-      )
                7. Susannah MINARDS [2855] (Cir 1812-      )


picture
Anne REAGAN [6315]

      Sex: F
AKA: Johanna REGAN
Individual Information
     Birth Date: Abt 1833 - , , Ireland
    Christening: 
          Death: 1872 - , Victoria, Australia
         Burial: 

Spouses and Children
1. *Robert PITCHER [6314] (Abt 1828 - 1893)
       Marriage: 1852 - Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Anne PITCHER [6316] (1857-1943)


picture
George REAVELY [10758]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: Abt 1816
    Christening: 
          Death: 
         Burial: 

Spouses and Children
1. *Fanny HARDIE [10754] (1 Nov 1832 - 29 Oct 1895) 1462,4562 
       Marriage: 16 Dec 1870 - Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland 4580
         Status: 


picture
Benjamin RECHTER [2949]

      Sex: M

Parents
         Father: Jason RECHTER [2934] 
         Mother: Syndi Eidem CUMMINS [2927] 


picture
Daniel RECHTER [2948]

      Sex: M

Parents
         Father: Jason RECHTER [2934] 
         Mother: Syndi Eidem CUMMINS [2927] 


picture
Hayley RECHTER [2951]

      Sex: F

Parents
         Father: Jason RECHTER [2934] 
         Mother: Syndi Eidem CUMMINS [2927] 


picture
Jason RECHTER [2934]

      Sex: M

Spouses and Children
1. *Syndi Eidem CUMMINS [2927]
       Children:
                1. Daniel RECHTER [2948]
                2. Benjamin RECHTER [2949]
                3. Michael RECHTER [2950]
                4. Hayley RECHTER [2951]


picture
Michael RECHTER [2950]

      Sex: M

Parents
         Father: Jason RECHTER [2934] 
         Mother: Syndi Eidem CUMMINS [2927] 


picture
Betty REDDEN [13961]

      Sex: F

Parents
         Father: John REDDEN [13297] (1909-1979) 
         Mother: Lucy Katherine GRAY [13296] (1906-1991) 


picture
John REDDEN [13959]

      Sex: M

Parents
         Father: John REDDEN [13297] (1909-1979) 
         Mother: Lucy Katherine GRAY [13296] (1906-1991) 


picture
John REDDEN [13297]

      Sex: M

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 18 May 1909
    Christening: 
          Death: 21 May 1979 - Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England
         Burial: 

Spouses and Children
1. *Lucy Katherine GRAY [13296] (14 Sep 1906 - 15 Aug 1991)
       Marriage: Jul 1931 - Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. John REDDEN [13959]
                2. Margaret REDDEN [13960]
                3. Betty REDDEN [13961]


picture
Margaret REDDEN [13960]

      Sex: F

Parents
         Father: John REDDEN [13297] (1909-1979) 
         Mother: Lucy Katherine GRAY [13296] (1906-1991) 


picture
Gladys May REDMAN [12526]

      Sex: F

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 12 Aug 1914 - Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England
    Christening: 
          Death: 30 Jun 1991 - Rushden, Northamptonshire, England
         Burial: 

Spouses and Children
1. *Stanley BURDITT [7787] (9 Aug 1910 - 14 Apr 1978)
       Marriage: Apr 1955 - Wellingborough, Northamptonshire, England
         Status: 

2. Frederick  C W BIGLEY [12534] (1913 - 1950)
       Marriage: 1936 - , Northamptonshire, England
         Status: 


picture
Ann REDMOND [774]

      Sex: F

Individual Information
     Birth Date: 1834 - , , Ireland
    Christening: 
          Death: 12 Jan 1908 - Morwell, Vic, Australia 7039,7040
         Burial: 14 Jan 1908 - Hazelwood, Vic, Australia

Parents
         Father: John REDMOND [224] (1810-1875) 
         Mother: Sarah FARRELL [223] (Abt 1805-1877) 3609 

Spouses and Children
1. *Thomas BOLGER [775] (1829 - 27 Mar 1905)
       Marriage: 1853 - , Victoria, Australia 1373
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Bridget BOLGER [781] (Abt 1853-1931)
                2. John BOLGER 2 [780] (Abt 1856-1863)
                3. Katherine BOLGER [779] (Abt 1857-1937)
                4. Thomas BOLGER 2 [778] (Abt 1858-1942)
                5. Michael Anthony BOLGER [782] (Abt 1861-1954)
                6. John BOLGER 3 [784] (1865-      )
                7. James BOLGER [783] (Abt 1866-1935)
                8. Patrick BOLGER [785] (1867-1939)
                9. Sarah BOLGER [786] (1869-1946)
                10. Ann BOLGER [787] (1871-1952)
                11. Mary BOLGER [788] (1873-1958)
                12. Elizabeth Agatha BOLGER [789] (1876-1950)
                13. Jane Mary BOLGER [791] (1877-1961)

Notes
General:
Home duties, lived at Jumbuk.

picture Catherine REDMOND [759]

      Sex: F

Individual Information
     Birth Date: Abt 1829 - , , Ireland
    Christening: 
          Death: 20 Jun 1912 - Coonamble, NSW, Australia 7041,7042
         Burial: 22 Jun 1912 - Coonamble, NSW, Australia

Parents
         Father: John REDMOND [224] (1810-1875) 
         Mother: Sarah FARRELL [223] (Abt 1805-1877) 3609 

Spouses and Children
1. *Michael COSTIGAN [760] (Abt 1817 - 29 Jun 1880)
       Marriage: 1847 - , Victoria, Australia 2366
         Status: 
       Children:
                1. Mary COSTIGAN [761] (1848-1937)
                2. Patrick COSTIGAN [762] (1850-1876)
                3. Dennis COSTIGAN [796] (Abt 1854-1941)
                4. Michael COSTIGAN 2 [797] (Abt 1857-1938)
                5. John Joseph COSTIGAN [763] (1858-1932)
                6. James W. COSTIGAN [764] (1859-1887)
                7. Sarah COSTIGAN [798] (Abt 1859-1912)
                8. Margaret COSTIGAN [765] (1861-1941)
                9. Catherine COSTIGAN [766] (1863-1925)
                10. Timothy COSTIGAN [799] (Abt 1868-1943)
                11. William COSTIGAN [767] (1868-1952)
                12. Bridget COSTIGAN [768] (1869-1929)
                13. Anthony COSTIGAN [769] (1871-1935)
                14. Charles COSTIGAN [770] (1873-1947)
                15. Ann COSTIGAN [771] (1876-1960)

Notes
General:
lived Alhambra Station nr. Coonamble.
Albury Banner and Wodonga Express 19 July 1912 page 21
DEATH OF MRS. MICHAEL COSTIGAN.
At Alhambra Station, Coonamble, on Thursday, the 20th June, there passed away to her long home Mrs. Catherine Costigan, relict of the late Mr. Michael Costigan, of Yerong Creek. Mrs. Costigan, then Miss Redmond, arrived in Melbourne with her parents in 1841 from County Carlow, Ireland. Her first residence was at Geelong, and there she was married to Mr. Michael Costigan, shortly afterwards removing to Riverina (Albury district), where she remained until ten years ago, when she settled down with some members of her family at Alhambra.
Her husband predeceased her about twenty six years, but the family stuck together, and now the Costigan Bros, are amongst the most well-to-do of our men on the land. There, were fifteen children born of the marriage, thirteen of them being alive, viz.: - Denis, Yerong Creek; John, Cootamundra; Michael, Timothy, William, Anthony, and Charles, all of Alhambra; Mrs. Driscoll, Yerong Creek ; Mrs. Jones, Henty; Mrs. Byrnes, The Rock; Mrs. O'Keefe, Western Australia; and Misses Catherine and Mary Costigan, Alhambra.
Mrs. Costigan has one brother (Mr. Jas.Redmond, Coonamble) and a sister in Queensland surviving her. The old lady, who was in her 84th year, was of a most hospitable disposition, and no one ever left Alhambra without either having 'broken bread' or been 'invited to do so. Her sons and daughters follow, her , example, and Alhambra is simply hospitality personified. Up to about three weeks ago Mrs Costigan was moving about, but she grew weaker, and passed peacefully away, fortified by the rites of the church she loved so well, and whose precepts she followed. 'The remains were taken into Coonamble on Saturday, and after a service in the RC Church were interred in the new cemetery, the Rev Father O'Farrell conducting, the burial , service. A large number of friends, especially country residents, joined the funeral cortege to show their respect for one who by her kind disposition had well earned it.

Catholic Freeman's Journal (Sydney, NSW : 1932 - 1942) Thursday 29 June 1939 page 18
Among the gifts for the new church at Coonamble, the opening of which took place last week, were the following:- Marble Altar (at a cost of 1000) from Costigan Bros., Coonamble. Statue of Our Lady (at a cost of 100) from the Most Rev. Dr. J. Norton, Bishop of Bathurst, in memory of his mother.

picture Dianne Elizabeth REDMOND [8519]

      Sex: F

Spouses and Children
1. *Bryan POLLOCK [8486]

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