Cudgegong Valley History Project

Grace CoxAge: 7918731952

Name
Grace Cox
Given names
Grace
Surname
Cox

Grace Dowling

Name
Grace Dowling
Type
also known as
Given names
Grace
Surname
Dowling
Birth 1873

Death of a fatherA H Cox
before June 19, 1900 (Age 27)

MarriageWilloughby Vincent DowlingView this family
June 19, 1900 (Age 27)
Shared note: The ceremony was performed by Archdeacon Campbell who was assiste d by Rev. S Vidal
Death of a husbandWilloughby Vincent Dowling
June 28, 1941 (Age 68)
Note:

MR. W. V. DOWLING The death occurred of the well known pastoralist; Mr. Willoughby Vincent Dowling, of "Loowee," Bringelly, at the age of 70. Mr. Dowling, was born in Queensland, and at the age of 12 went to England where he was educated at Eton. He left Eton to continue his education in Germany, and returned to Australia at the age of 21, when he joined the old Australian Light Horse. During the Boer War Mr. Dowling was severely wounded and taken prisoner. He lost an arm and the sight of an eye. After the war he returned to Australia and resumed life as a grazier. He owned several properties throughout New South Wales, including Gummin Gummin in the Gulargambone district, and was a member of the Graziers' Association. He was a member of the Australian Jockey Club and the Union Club. He was a brother of Mrs. Richard Dangar, Mrs. Hubert Fairfax, and Mr. Frank Osborne Dowling, of Walla Coonamble. He is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Barney Joyce, of Queensland. (Gilgandra Weekly and Castlereagh, Thursday 17 July 1941, p. 2).

Burial of a husbandWilloughby Vincent Dowling
June 30, 1941 (Age 68)
Death January 4, 1952 (Age 79)

Burial
  1. Generation 1
    1. Grace Cox, daughter of A H Cox, was born in 1873 and died on January 4, 1952 at the age of 79. She married Willoughby Vincent Dowling, son of Vincent James Dowling and Frances Emily Breillat, on June 19, 1900 in St John's Church of England, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia. He died on June 28, 1941 in Camden, New South Wales, Australia.

Marriage

The ceremony was performed by Archdeacon Campbell who was assiste d by Rev. S Vidal