Family Tree of the Adlers, Edwardses, Hogans, Lipscombes and Olivers
|Thomas Ray Edwards
Born: 19 Aug 1901, Carlton, Vic, Australia
Died: 2 Sep 1974, Wedderburn, Vic, Australia
Born: 24 Sep 1847, Newcastle, Monm., England
Christened: 28 Nov 1847, Llangattock Vibon Avel, Monm., England
Died: 15 Jun 1905, Wedderburn Junction, Vic, Australia
Buried: Wedderburn Junction, Vic, Australia
Mary Ann Abson
Born: 1848, Wakefield, Yorks, England
Died: 1926, Wedderburn, Vic, Australia
Buried: 1 Sep 1926, Wedderburn Cemetery, Vic, Australia
|Sarah Hannah EDWARDS|
Born: 1 Mar 1876, Eddington, Vic, Australia
Died: 1951, Wedderburn, Vic, Australia
Source: Birth - Victorian Pioneer Index on CD-ROM (1836-1888). Death - Victorian Death Index on CD-ROM (1921-1985).
Obituary: Nurse H. Edwards
As briefly referred to in the last issue, the death occurred on Wednesday of last week of Nurse Hannah Edwards, one of Wedderburn's best known and best loved identities.
She had reached the age of 75 years, and it might truthfully be writtenof her that she devoted her life to the welfare of others. Extremely kind and charitable, her services were in constant demand and many in our town and others who have gone to fresh fields and pastures new, will bless her memory.
Midwiffery was her main occupation until she set up a private hospital at the southern end of High Street. There, all kinds of cases engaged her attention and she carried on in that establishment until the Bush Nursing Hospital came into being when she retired.
Of years lately her health had been far from satisfactory, in fact she had worn herself out in the earnest endeavours to alleviate the ills and sufferings of others. We offer our sincere sympathy to her bereaved relatives.
As could be expected, there was a large attendance at her funeral to the Wedderburn cemetary on Friday afternoon, this being conducted by the Les Appleby funeral services. The Rev. E.B. Cousins (Methodist) officiated at the graveside. The coffin bearers were Messrs Frank, Tom, George, Jack and Alan Edwards, and John Jones, while the pall was held by Messrs Bill, Jim and Reg Edwards, J. Haebech, and R & J Baker. The tray was laden with beautiful floral tributes.