Laura Patience Swain

b. about 1885
      Laura Patience Swain was born about 1885.

Laura Patience Swain married Edward Herbert Swain in 1904 in Tamworth, New South Wales.

Family

Edward Herbert Swain b. about 1880
Child

George H. Wholert

b. 1877
Father*Heinrich Friedrich William Wohlert b. 9 Nov 1846, d. 10 Aug 1933
Mother*Elizabeth Lamborn b. 1855, d. 1921
      George H. Wholert was born in 1877.

George H. Wholert died as an infant.

Murdoch Thomas Godwin

b. 1890
Father*Nathaniel Godwin b. about 1860
Mother*Emma Cross b. about 1865
      Murdoch Thomas Godwin was born in 1890 in Stroud, New South Wales.

Murdoch Thomas Godwin married Linda May Engel, daughter of Henry Engel and Mary M. Tranter, in 1919 in Stroud, New South Wales.

Family

Linda May Engel b. 1899
Children

Linda May Engel

b. 1899
Father*Henry Engel b. about 1860
Mother*Mary M. Tranter b. about 1865
      Linda May Engel was born in 1899 in Raymond Terrace, New South Wales.

Linda May Engel married Murdoch Thomas Godwin, son of Nathaniel Godwin and Emma Cross, in 1919 in Stroud, New South Wales.

Family

Murdoch Thomas Godwin b. 1890
Children

William Sidney Parks

b. 27 Jan 1891, d. 23 Jul 1959
Father*William Thomas Parks b. 3 Jan 1864, d. 11 Dec 1942
Mother*Caroline Seabrooke Biggs b. 21 Dec 1858, d. 20 Sep 1947
ChartsJONES: Stephen -Family and Descendants
PARKS: William -Family and Descendants
ZEIDLER: Frederick -Family and Descendants
Bill Parks - 1957 (from Barbara Fairhall)
      William Sidney Parks was born on 27 Jan 1891 in Hay, New South Wales.
William commenced duties as a casual cleaner for NSW Railways at Harden, NSW, on a pay rate of 8/- per day. On 14 Oct 1913 he was promoted to Fireman at 9/- per day, serving at Picton , Harden then Cowra (from 31 Dec 1916). Following training, he was employed as a locomotive driver, based at Cowra from 6 Aug 1917, earning 12/- per day. At the time of his retirement on 2 Feb. 1952, he had accrued leave enititling him to a payout of £325/2/10 on 31 Jan 1913.

William Sidney Parks married Clara Maud Jones, daughter of William Henry Jones and Adelaide Louisa Zeidler, on 27 Jul 1915 at St John's Church of England in Cowra, New South Wales. William Sidney Parks was confirmed on 4 Nov 1933 at St John's Church of England in Cowra, New South Wales.
William and Clara lived at 12 Darling Avenue in Cowra, New South Wales.

William Sidney Parks died on 23 Jul 1959 at 12 Darling Avenue in Cowra, New South Wales, at the age of 68 and the cause of his death was recorded as Disease of the coronary arteries.
He was buried on 24 Jul 1959 at the Church of England Cemetery (Grave location recorded as: Row 1, Grave D11) in Cowra, New South Wales.

His estate was granted Probate on 13 Oct 1959 at the Supreme Court of NSW, Sydney, New South Wales.

Family

Clara Maud Jones b. 12 Jan 1895, d. 29 May 1973
Children

Clara Maud Jones

b. 12 Jan 1895, d. 29 May 1973
Father*William Henry Jones b. 24 Jul 1858, d. 6 Oct 1942
Mother*Adelaide Louisa Zeidler b. 24 Jul 1867, d. 15 Jun 1941
ChartsJONES: Stephen -Family and Descendants
PARKS: William -Family and Descendants
ZEIDLER: Frederick -Family and Descendants
Clara Parks -March 1970 (from Barbara Fairhall)
      Clara Maud Jones was born on 12 Jan 1895 at Templar Street in Forbes, New South Wales.

Clara Maud Jones married William Sidney Parks, son of William Thomas Parks and Caroline Seabrooke Biggs, on 27 Jul 1915 at St John's Church of England in Cowra, New South Wales.
Clara and William lived at 12 Darling Avenue in Cowra, New South Wales.
Clara lived at Dungaleer Street in Cowra, New South Wales.

Clara Maud Parks died on 29 May 1973 at the home of her daughter, Thelma Loiterton, 84 Ursula Street in Cootamundra, New South Wales, at the age of 78 and the cause of her death was recorded as Myocardial infarct and coronary atherosclerosis.
She was buried on 31 May 1973 at the Church of England Cemetery (Grave location recorded as: Row 1, Grave D12) in Cowra, New South Wales, after a Funeral Service at the Church of England, Cowra.

Family

William Sidney Parks b. 27 Jan 1891, d. 23 Jul 1959
Children

Thelma Mena Parks

b. 1 Feb 1916, d. 13 Dec 1996
Father*William Sidney Parks b. 27 Jan 1891, d. 23 Jul 1959
Mother*Clara Maud Jones b. 12 Jan 1895, d. 29 May 1973
ChartsJONES: Stephen -Family and Descendants
LOITERTON: Thomas -Family and Descendants
PARKS: William -Family and Descendants
ZEIDLER: Frederick -Family and Descendants
Thelma Loiterton - 1986 (from Barbara Fairhall)
      Thelma Mena Parks was born on 1 Feb 1916 in Cowra, New South Wales.

Thelma Mena Parks married Ronald Percival Loiterton, son of Robert Henry Loiterton and Ellen Leahy, on 24 May 1939 at St John's Church of England in Cowra, New South Wales, The wedding was reported as follows in the Cootamundra Herald:
WEDDING: LOITERTON - PARKS

At St. John's Church of England, Cowra, on the 24th May, was celebrated the marriage of Thelma, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Parks, of Taragala, Cowra, to Ronald, third son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Loiterton, of Dirnaseer.
The bride, who was given away by her father, chose an Ivory velvet gown, featuring a circular train. Her two tiered viel, of cut tulle, was held in place with a coronet of orange blossoms, and she carried a bouquet of white water lilies.
The bridesmaid, Miss Mabel Park
(sic), wore, an Empire gown, of cyclamen chiffon, and added a coronet of tiny rosebuds. She carried a basket of blue delphiniums and pink carnations kindly arranged by Mrs. J. P. McPhee.
Mr. Ron Fairhall acted as best man.
During the signing of the register Miss Marcia Hammond sang "Because." Rev. Bromley presided at the organ.
Following the ceremony, which was performed by the Ven. Archdeacon Mirrington, about 40 guests attended the reception held at the Central Cafe. They were received by Mrs. Parks, mother of the bride, who wore a honey colored, suit of wool jersella with brown accessories, and added an autumn toned spray.
She was assisted by Mrs. Loiterton who chose a beige and rust flecked hawthorn tweed dress, with tan accessories.
After the reception the young couple left for their honeymoon, which is being spent at Sydney and Katoomba. The bride travelled in a vintage wool jersey frock, and accessories to match.
Mr. and Mrs. Loiterton will make their home at Cootamundra
and Archdeacon Horace Hardy Mirrington performed the marriage ceremony.
Thelma and Ronald lived at 58 Mackay Street in Cootamundra, New South Wales, on 3 Jan 1942.
Thelma and Ronald lived at 58 Mackay Street in Cootamundra, New South Wales, a 7 Dec 1945.
Thelma and Ronald lived at 25 Richards Street in Cootamundra, New South Wales.

Thelma Mena Loiterton died on 13 Dec 1996 in Cootamundra, New South Wales, at the age of 80.
She was buried at Cootamundra General Cemetery, Olympic Highway in Cootamundra, NSW.

Ronald Percival Loiterton

b. 23 Nov 1911, d. 16 May 2000
Father*Robert Henry Loiterton b. 9 Feb 1871, d. 15 Sep 1942
Mother*Ellen Leahy b. 1883, d. 5 Aug 1959
ChartsJONES: Stephen -Family and Descendants
LOITERTON: Thomas -Family and Descendants
PARKS: William -Family and Descendants
ZEIDLER: Frederick -Family and Descendants
Ronald Loiterton - 1991 (from Barbara Fairhall)
      Ronald Percival Loiterton was born on 23 Nov 1911 in Cootamundra, New South Wales.

Ronald Percival Loiterton married Thelma Mena Parks, daughter of William Sidney Parks and Clara Maud Jones, on 24 May 1939 at St John's Church of England in Cowra, New South Wales, The wedding was reported as follows in the Cootamundra Herald:
WEDDING: LOITERTON - PARKS

At St. John's Church of England, Cowra, on the 24th May, was celebrated the marriage of Thelma, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Parks, of Taragala, Cowra, to Ronald, third son of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Loiterton, of Dirnaseer.
The bride, who was given away by her father, chose an Ivory velvet gown, featuring a circular train. Her two tiered viel, of cut tulle, was held in place with a coronet of orange blossoms, and she carried a bouquet of white water lilies.
The bridesmaid, Miss Mabel Park
(sic), wore, an Empire gown, of cyclamen chiffon, and added a coronet of tiny rosebuds. She carried a basket of blue delphiniums and pink carnations kindly arranged by Mrs. J. P. McPhee.
Mr. Ron Fairhall acted as best man.
During the signing of the register Miss Marcia Hammond sang "Because." Rev. Bromley presided at the organ.
Following the ceremony, which was performed by the Ven. Archdeacon Mirrington, about 40 guests attended the reception held at the Central Cafe. They were received by Mrs. Parks, mother of the bride, who wore a honey colored, suit of wool jersella with brown accessories, and added an autumn toned spray.
She was assisted by Mrs. Loiterton who chose a beige and rust flecked hawthorn tweed dress, with tan accessories.
After the reception the young couple left for their honeymoon, which is being spent at Sydney and Katoomba. The bride travelled in a vintage wool jersey frock, and accessories to match.
Mr. and Mrs. Loiterton will make their home at Cootamundra
and Archdeacon Horace Hardy Mirrington performed the marriage ceremony.
Ronald and Thelma lived at 58 Mackay Street in Cootamundra, New South Wales, on 3 Jan 1942.
Ronald Percival Loiterton was was able to drive a motor car, drive a motor truck, ride a motor cycle, use a typewriter, write shorthand, keep accounts and undertake clerical duties according to his Australian Military Foreces Attestation Form on 4 Jan 1942.
He was a Methodist.

He began military service on 4 Jan 1942 in Cootamundra, New South Wales, in the 10 Australian Fortress Signals Section, service No. N381270. He was discharged on 6 Dec 1945.
Ronald and Thelma lived at 58 Mackay Street in Cootamundra, New South Wales, a 7 Dec 1945.
Ronald and Thelma lived at 25 Richards Street in Cootamundra, New South Wales.

Ronald Percival Loiterton died on 16 May 2000 in Cootamundra, New South Wales, at the age of 88 and a memorial service was held at Cootamundra Anglican Church on 19 May 2000.

Lyndon Carey Burge

b. 1908
Father*Stephen G. Burge b. 1882, d. 1925
Mother*Lucy S. M. McCosker b. about 1880
      Lyndon Carey Burge was born in 1908 in Inverell, New South Wales.

Lyndon Carey Burge married Beryl Ivy Derricott, daughter of William Thomas Derricott and Grenvilline Florence Lillian Baker, in 1936 in Newcastle, New South Wales.

Beryl Ivy Derricott

b. 1915, d. Jun 2006
Father*William Thomas Derricott b. 1888, d. 1955
Mother*Grenvilline Florence Lillian Baker b. about 1890, d. 1975
      Beryl Ivy Derricott was born in 1915 in Wallsend, New South Wales.

Beryl Ivy Derricott married Lyndon Carey Burge, son of Stephen G. Burge and Lucy S. M. McCosker, in 1936 in Newcastle, New South Wales.

Beryl Ivy Burge died in Jun 2006 in New South Wales.

Eric Meissner

b. 1900, d. 13 May 1958
Father*George Henry Meissner b. 1 Dec 1861, d. 12 Dec 1928
Mother*Eliza Martin b. 1866, d. 7 May 1932
      Eric Meissner was born in 1900 in Singleton, New South Wales.

Eric Meissner married Doris Phoebe George in 1937 in Tamworth, New South Wales.

Eric Meissner died on 13 May 1958 in Singleton, New South Wales.

Doris Phoebe George

b. 1911, d. 5 Nov 1976
      Doris Phoebe George was born in 1911 in Tamworth, New South Wales, a daughter of Gilbert H. and Edith N. George.

Doris Phoebe George married Eric Meissner, son of George Henry Meissner and Eliza Martin, in 1937 in Tamworth, New South Wales.

Doris Phoebe Meissner died on 5 Nov 1976 in New South Wales.