looking at Orbit for W F McCarthy 5 Jan 1931 age 73 mentions his daughter Kathleen Butchart..
Sunday Times Sydney Sunday 1 July 1928 Marriages
The wedding took place recently of Miss Kathleen McCarthy. third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McCarthy, of Glencoo Flats, Manly, to Mr. Norman Butchart, eldest son of Mr. M. C. and the late Mrs. Butchart, of Grenfell.
Rev. Father McGovern officiated. The bride wore a fawn ensemble suit, with small felt hat and fox furs. She carried a posy of roses and violets. The bridesmaid, Miss D. McCarthy, wore a grey costume with hat to tone. She carried a posy of pink carnations.
Owing to the indisposition of the bride's mother, the guests were received at 'Dungowan, Manly by Mrs. Perdrian, who wore a blue crepe de Chine gown covered with a fur coat.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Butchart left for the honeymoon, which is being spent in a motor tour NSW
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Kathleen's death The Grenfell Record & Lachlan District Advertised Mond 7 Oct 1929
It is with very deep feelings of regret that we chronicle the death, at Manly of Mrs. Norman Butchart, formerly Miss Kathleen Amy McCarthy, of Grenfell, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McCarthy, who now reside at No. 1 Glencoe Flats, East Esplanade, Manly.
Mrs. Butchart took ill about a month ago and was taken to Sydney an operation being performed. After a grim fight she appeared to be improving when pneumonia supervened and she passed away on Thursday evening last.
As Miss Kathleen McCarthy the deceased lady was well known at Grenfell, where she spent the greater part of her life, and many here will mourn her, and from whom goes out much sympathy for the be reaved husband and parents. The funeral was on Friday after noon, burial being in the Catholic cemetery at Manly.