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Thomas Henry & Florence Louisa May CHALLENOR

DaveHam9

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Florence Louisa May 10 Jun 1929

Thomas Henry 28 Feb 1938

Those should be burial dates at CofE Rookwood.

Thanks,

Dave
 
CHALLINOR Florence Louisa May Funeral notice 10JUN1929 Funeral late of Bexley Sydney Morning Herald 10JUN1929

Florence L M Challinor
Death Age: 56
Birth Date: abt 1873
Death Date: 9 Jun 1929
Death Location: 19 Sackville Street Bexley
Cemetery: Rookwood Church of England
Section: Section BBB Grave 47
Cemetery Location: New South Wales

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CHALLENOR Thomas Henry [as opposed to Alfred] Death notice 27FEB1938 Death 65 Sydney Morning Herald 28FEB1938

SMH 28 Feb 1938
"CHALLENOR.-The Relatives and Friends of the
FAMILY of the late THOMAS HENRY CHAL-
LENOR are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave
our Private Chapel, 183 Burwood Road, Burwood,
THIS DAY, after a service, commencing at 2 p m.,
for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood."

Geoff
 
Thanks Geoff.

Age at death fits.

Birth 1457/1873 WILLIAMS FLORENCE L M - JOHN - LOUISA - SYDNEY

Any location/grave for Thomas?

Dave
 
Any location/grave for Thomas?

The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)
Monday 28 February 1938

CHALLENOR.-The Relatives and Friends of the FAMILY of the late THOMAS HENRY CHALLENOR are invited to attend his Funeral; to leave our Private Chapel, 183 Burwood Road, Burwood, THIS DAY, after a service, commencing at 2 p m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood.

http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/17429547?

Sorry i just seen that Geoff has posted the above earlier. Note to self that i must read the thread properly redf)
 
It's ok gibbo.

It can wait until I visit the State Library. They have the fiche but I've never used them so don't know how much detail they have.
 
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