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Ada Blanche GardollAge: 7918811960

Name
Ada Blanche Gardoll
Given names
Ada Blanche
Surname
Gardoll
Married name
Ada Blanche McAndrew
Birth 1881

Birth of a sisterAnna Gardoll
1883 (Age 2)

Birth of a sisterMary Gardoll
1886 (Age 5)

Birth of a brotherJohn Gardoll
1888 (Age 7)

Birth of a brotherAlbert Gardoll
1890 (Age 9)

Birth of a sisterLilly Gardoll
1893 (Age 12)

Birth of a sisterMargaret Gardoll
1896 (Age 15)

Birth of a daughter
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Edith Marjorie McAndrew
1902 (Age 21)

Birth of a son
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Albert G McAndrew
1903 (Age 22)

Death of a sonAlbert G McAndrew
1904 (Age 23)

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RYLST0NE Near Glen Alice, some 25 miles from here, a peculiar, but unfortunately fatal accident occurred recently. A baby of Mrs. George McAndrews, which had been left sleeping in its cot by the mother, getting its body through the rungs and its head caught fast, with the result that the baby's neck was dislocated, and it was found dead an hour and three-quarters afterwards (Maitland Weekly Mercury, Saturday 14 May 1904, page 6).

Child Baptism April 21, 1908 (Age 27)

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A Unique Experience. During the progress of the Methodist Sunday School picnic, held at Glen Alice on the 21st April last, an adjournment was made to the church, when the Rev A. Brown had the unique experience of christening three babies at the one service belonging to Mrs J. Hardy, Mrs T. Wessell, and Mrs G. McAndrew. This being the first christening in the new church, each child was presented with a memento (as is the custom of the occasion, in the form of a book, which, in later years, they may read and prize as a reminder of the occasion of his or her christening (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 7 May 1908, p. 18).

Death of a daughterAda B McAndrew
1923 (Age 42)

Marriage of a childWalter John SibleyEdith Marjorie McAndrewView this family
January 28, 1925 (Age 44)
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SIBLEY - McANDREW. A very pretty wedding took place in the Presbyterian Church, Glen Alice, on Wednesday, January 28, when Edith Marjorie, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George McAndrew, of Glen Alice, was married to Walter John, second son of Mr. and Mrs. James Sibley, of Hargraves. The church was decorated by girl friends of the bride. The Rev. Mr. Riley officiated. Mrs. Erwin McAndrew presided at the organ. The bride, who was given away by her father, was gowned in an ivory crepe-de-chene dress with hand-made horse-shoe trimmings, and wore the customary wreath and veil beautifully embossed. She also carried a shower bouquet of white carnations and roses, and wore a gold wristlet watch, the gift of the bridegroom. Miss Ivy McAndrew acted as bridesmaid and was attired in a pretty dress of pale blue silk and wore a gold brooch, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. A. Sibley was best man. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a pair of gold sleeve links. After the ceremony the bride's parents entertained the guests at afternoon tea. Later in the evening the bridal couple left by car for Kempsey where the honey-moon was spent. The bride's travelling dress was navy silk georgette and hat to match (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 5 February 1925, p. 6).

Death of a sonArnold H E McAndrew
1927 (Age 46)

Death of a sisterLavina Matilda Gardoll
July 22, 1946 (Age 65)
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DEATHS Mrs. Green Mrs. Lavina Matilda Green, an old identity of Leaning Oak, died at her home in Denison Street on Monday night last, aged 66 years. Her husband predeceased her by 11 years. A kind-hearted, gracious lady, she was held in high regard by a wide circle of devoted friends, who will deeply regret her passing. A family of two sons and one daughter are left to mourn, and they will have the sincere sympathy of the whole countryside. After an impressive service in St. John's Church of England, the funeral took place to the Leaning Oak cemetery on Wednesday, the Rev. Canon Powell officiating on both occasions. Mr. H. Barton had charge of the arrangements (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 25 July 1946, page 2).

Burial of a sisterLavina Matilda Gardoll
July 24, 1946 (Age 65)
Death of a brotherAlbert Gardoll
August 18, 1953 (Age 72)
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DEATHS:GARDOLL, Albert.- August 18, 1953, of 93 Surry Street, Darlinghurst, dearly beloved father of Arnold, Marie (Mrs. A Tyack), Mavis (Mrs. K. Tomsett), Beryl (Mrs. M. Kelly), Edward, Roland, and John Campbell, and loved brother of Ethel, Kathleen, and Ann. At rest (Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 20 August 1953, page 18).

Death September 14, 1960 (Age 79)

Note: Aged 79 years.
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Birth: 1890
Death: August 18, 195393 Surry Street, Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia
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  1. Generation 1
    1. Ada Blanche Gardoll, daughter of John Gardoll and Ellen , was born in 1881 and died on September 14, 1960 at the age of 79. She married George McAndrew, son of William McAndrew and Ann Innes.

      Children of Ada Blanche Gardoll and George McAndrew:

      1. Edith Marjorie McAndrew (19021974)
      2. Albert G McAndrew (19031904)
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      8. Ada B McAndrew (1923)
      9. Arnold H E McAndrew (1927)
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  2. Generation 2
    1. Edith Marjorie McAndrew, daughter of George McAndrew and Ada Blanche Gardoll, was born in 1902 and died on May 28, 1974 at the age of 72. She married Walter John Sibley on January 28, 1925 in Presbyterian Church, Glen Alice, New South Wales, Australia. He died on January 17, 1943.

    2. The details of this family are private.
    3. The details of this family are private.
Child Baptism

A Unique Experience. During the progress of the Methodist Sunday School picnic, held at Glen Alice on the 21st April last, an adjournment was made to the church, when the Rev A. Brown had the unique experience of christening three babies at the one service belonging to Mrs J. Hardy, Mrs T. Wessell, and Mrs G. McAndrew. This being the first christening in the new church, each child was presented with a memento (as is the custom of the occasion, in the form of a book, which, in later years, they may read and prize as a reminder of the occasion of his or her christening (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 7 May 1908, p. 18).

Death

Aged 79 years.