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1913 Electoral Roll - William WEBSTER

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Death 8706/1923 WEBSTER WILLIAM - JAMES - SARAH A - GRANVILLE

The Sydney Morning Herald - Tue 3 Apr 1923 p.8
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WEBSTER.-March 30, 1923, at 18 Alice-street, Auburn, William, dearly beloved husband of Mary Ann Webster, and beloved father of Mary, Herbert, Frank, Emma, Gertie, and Will, aged 77 years (suddenly). At rest. Mudgee papers please copy.

If not Auburn/Granville then Mudgee.

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1949, 1954, 1958 & 1963 NSW Electoral Roll - Reid - Granville
WHOLOHAN Emma Jane, 18 Redfern street, home duties

1968 & 1972 Not found in Granville or Newcastle ??

Death 81110/1972 WHOLOHAN EMMA JANE - WILLIAM AGED 87 YRS NEWCASTLE * 25 May 1972
 

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Thanks Val.

An error there with the year and an error with Stella's middle initial.

Marriage 10671/1912 WHOLOHAN JOHN B J - MADDEN STELLA F - NEWTOWN * 17 Jul
 
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The Sydney Morning Herald - Sat 18 Jun 1910 p.10
IN DIVORCE.
WHOLOHAN v WHOLOHAN.
John Benedict Joseph Wholohan petitioned for the declaration of the nullity of his marriage with Frances Helen Bass, wrongly called Frances Helen Wholohan, formerly Moxham, on the ground that Herbert William Bass, the lawful husband of respondent, was alive when the ceremony was performed on March 25, 1907. ...

Marriage 5134/1906 BASS HERBERT W - MOXON FRANCES H - PETERSHAM
 

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The Sydney Morning Herald - Tue 3 Apr 1923 p.8
DEATHS
WEBSTER.-March 30, 1923, at 18 Alice-street, Auburn, William, dearly beloved husband of Mary Ann Webster, and beloved father of Mary, Herbert, Frank, Emma, Gertie, and Will, aged 77 years (suddenly). At rest. Mudgee papers please copy.

If not Auburn/Granville then Mudgee.
Not seeing him 1913 in those areas, Dave.. There are possibles, have you got an occ., would he still be with Mary Ann?

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Thanks Geoff.

Mary Ann died in 1929 at same address.

William was a labourer when he arrived but that's way before 1913.

"... formerly of Blind Creek, Lue ..." I've never heard of the place.

Lue is a small village in New South Wales, Australia. At the 2006 census, Lue and the surrounding rural area had a population of 815. Lue is located on the now-closed Gwabegar railway line between the larger towns of Rylstone and Mudgee, about 20 kilometres south-east of Mudgee.

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No idea when they moved from Lue.

The Sydney Morning Herald - Fri 28 Jun 1929 p.12
DEATHS
WEBSTER.-June 27, 1929, at her son-in-law's residence, 18 Redfern-street, Granville, Mary Ann Webster, late of Glenfield and Auburn, aged 81 years.

Lived in several Sydney suburbs.

And Glenfield is in District of Camden.

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