BALL.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr. H. L. BALL, Pte. H. E. BALL, A.I.F., Mr. and Mrs. J. H. BECKMAN and FAMILY, St. George, Pte. G. W. BALL A.I.F., Staff-Sgt. and Mrs. J. I. THOMSON, of Brisbane, Pte. A. BALL, A.M.F., and L. L. BALL, of Ipswich, and Miss D. BALL, Wynnum Central, are invited to attend the Funeral of his beloved Wife, their Mother, Mother-in-law. and Grandmother (GRACE BALL), to leave Alex Gow's Funeral Chapel, Petrie Bight, THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for the Mount Thompson Crematorium.
BALL.—The Relatives and Friends of Mr. N. J. BEER, Wynnum Central, Mrs. e. A. COLLANS, CoorParoo, Mr. W. E. FLOYD, Wynnum Central, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. FOSTER, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. PENNING, Ipswich, Mr. and Mrs. S. O'NEILL, Manly, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. BEER, Toowoomba, and Mr. T. BEER, Peak Crossing, are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Daughter, Sister, and Sister-in-law (GRACE BALL), to leave Alex Gow's Funeral chapel, Petrie Bight, THIS (SATURDAY) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock for the Mount Thompson Crematorium.
Family Notices (1942, December 12). Queensland Times (Ipswich) (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), , p. 1 (DAILY.). Link to TROVE
The deputy coroner (Mr. D. Ryan) held an inquest into the death of Samuel John Bond (78), who died suddenly at the home of his son-in-law. Mr. W. Daniels, South Bundaberg, on December 12. The evidence showed that death was due to natural causes. Deceased recently came from Blackall to live with Mr. and Mrs. W. Daniels.
In Country Centres (1937, December 23). The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), , p. 4. Link to TROVE
08 - Sep - 2016
[] STACKLEROTH, Annie, parents Fredrick STACKLEROTH & Christina Caroline BRETTEG
The tombstone says he was born in Dalkeith Scotland and Robyn STIELER in the Ipswich and District Pioneer Register says he was born in Newton Scotland. Dalkeith is about 6 miles south east of Edinburgh.
ADAMS.—On the 16th February (accidentally drowned), at Boonah, the dearly beloved children of Mrs. J. A. Adams — William Donald, aged 7 years and 9 months, also Lillias Mary (Maysie), aged 3 years and 3 months.
Safe in the arms of Jesus,
Safe on His gentle breast ;
There, by His love o'ershaded ;
Sweetly their souls shall rest.
Family Notices. (1895, February 23). Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1908), p. 4. Link to TROVE
Robert and his wife Lucinda were two of the passengers who signed a letter that was sent to the newspaper.
When Robert died, the wrong names were listed as his parents.
DEATH OF MR. ROBERT MORROW
Mr. Robert Morrow, aged seventy-three years, quiety passed away at the residence of his son-in-law (Mr. George Archibald), on Saturday evening last, the 18th instant, the cause of death being chronic cystitis. He was born at Remelton, County Donegal, in the year 1823, and he sailed from Birkenhead on September 18th, 1855, in the ship Fortune, bound for Queensland, arriving in Brisbane on the 18th of December following. His family consisted, at that time, of two sons and one daughter Henry Morrow, who at present holds the honourable and responsible position of chief inspector of railways from Toowoomba to the border and from thence to Charleville; Wm. Morrow, now a railway contractor, and at present engaged in the construction of a short line at Gin Gin to Pialba; and Mrs. M'Pherson, of Caboolture.
There were born in this colony one son and five daughters, and, with the exception of one daughter, who died when young, there remain to mourn his loss three sons and five daughters, a widow, and over fifty grand-children. On arriving in the colony, he engaged himself to the late Mr. Joseph Fleming, of the well known Bremer Mills, and continued in his employment for seven years.
He afterwards removed with his family to Campbell's Gully, near Walloon, where he took up a selection, his boys managing the farm while he was employed under the Commissioner for Railways as lengthsman, which duty he discharged until 1882, for eighteen years of which time he held the position of foreman. In the year 1882 Mr. Morrow severed his connection with the Railway Department, sold out at Campbell's Gully, and took up a selection at Kilcoy, where he lived until sickness compelled his removal to town some three months ago, when be took up his abode with his son-in-law, Mr. G. Archibald, as already stated. Here he was lovingly nursed by his wife and children until death claimed him. Dr. Lightoller was his medical attendent; and the Rev. F. G. Buckingham performed the last sad rites of the Baptist Church at the grave.
DEATH OF MR. ROBERT MORROW. (1896, July 23). Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1908), p. 4. Link to TROVE
MORROW.—In loving memory of Robert Morrow, who died 18th July, 1896.
'Tis sad to see the empty chair,
And miss the face we loved so well ;
Our lot seems very hard to bear,
Yes, harder than our tongues can tell.
A precious one from us is gone,
A voice we loved is stilled—
A place is vacant in our home,
Which never can be filled.
(Inserted by his loving wife and children.)
Family Notices (1898, July 19). Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1908), p. 4. Link to TROVE
31 - Mar - 2017
[] MAGUINESS, Lucinda, parents William McGUINNESS & Margaret BLAIR
12-Jul-1907 Sheep Station Creek, Kilcoy, Qld.
8 interred -- Kilcoy Cemetery [13-7-07]
DEATH OF MRS. LUCINDA MORROW.
There are many persons in the district particularly amongst the older residents, who will regret to learn of the death of Mrs. Lucinda Morrow, which took place at the residence of her son, Mr. Robert Morrow, Sheep Station Creek, Kilcoy, on the, 12th instant.
The deceased, who was 78 years of age, was the widow of the late Mr. Robert Morrow, who predeceased her by 11 years. With her husband she arrived in Queensland 50 years ago. For some time Mr. Morrow was employed at Mr. Fleming's old Bremer Mills. Subsequently he engaged in farming on an area which he purchased at Campbell's' Gully, near Ipswich. In time he secured an appointment in the Railway Department, and eventually became ganger on the Walloon length of railway. This position he held for some years, when he resigned, and took up land on Sheep Station Creek, which is now occupied by his son, Mr. Robert Morrow, with whom the late Mrs. Morrow resided after the death of her husband. The deceased leaves five daughters and three sons. They are: Mrs. C. McPherson, Sheep Station Creek ; Mrs. Jas. Archibald, of Brisbane; Mrs. Geo. Archibald, of Ipswich; Mrs. Alex. MacFarlane, of Ipswich; and Mrs. A. M'Pherson, of Mooretown; Mr. Henry Morrow, of Maryborough; Mr. William Morrow, of Maryborough; and Mr. Robert Morrow, of Sheep Station Creek. The deceased also leaves 50 grand children, and 20 great grand children.
DEATH OF MRS. LUCINDA MORROW. (1907, July 23). Queensland Times, Ipswich Herald and General Advertiser (Qld. : 1861 - 1908), p. 4. Link to TROVE
ARCHIBALD.—The Relatives of ROBERT, GEORGE, and Mrs. J. J. R. LITTLE are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their deceased Mother (LUCINDA ARCHIBALD), to move from her daughter's Residence, Liverpool-street, North Ipswich, at 3.30 o'clock THIS (TUESDAY) AFTERNOON for the Ipswich Cemetery. Private Interment. Motor Service.
Family Notices (1930, July 8). Queensland Times (Ipswich) (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), p. 8 (DAILY.). Link to TROVE
Mrs. Lucinda Archibald.
Mrs. Lucinda Archibald died on July 7 at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Little, Liverpool-street, North Ipswich, Deceased, who was the relict of the late Mr. Geo. Archibald, was born at the Bremer Mills in 1859, the first 20 years of her life being spent near Walloon. Her husband predeceased her four years ago. The late Mrs. Archibald is survived by two sons (Messrs. Robert and George Archibald) and one daughter. Rev. H. J. Taudevin (Redcliffe), who was assisted by Rev. J. F. T. Short, officiated at the graveside.
Mrs. Lucinda Archibald. (1930, July 10). The Brisbane Courier (Qld. : 1864 - 1933), p. 8. Link to TROVE
ARCHIBALD—In the loving memory of our dear mother, Lucinda Archibald, who died July 7, 1930.
(Inserted by her loving children and grandchildren.)
ARCHIBALD—In loving memory of my dear sister, who passed away July 7, 1930.
Sweet is the word remembrance,
As these few lines will show, you
Will always be remembered, dear sister,
As the long years come and go.
(Inserted by her three loving sisters.)
Family Notices (1931, July 7). Queensland Times (Ipswich) (Qld. : 1909 - 1954), p. 1 (DAILY.). Link to TROVE