Cudgegong Valley History Project

Anna Matilda HeathAge: 9218481940

Name
Anna Matilda Heath
Given names
Anna Matilda
Surname
Heath
Birth 1848 33 35

Birth of a sisterSarah Jane Heath
1857 (Age 9)

Death of a half-brotherWilliam Farrington
1889 (Age 41)

Death of a fatherJohn Heath
March 7, 1900 (Age 52)

Death of a motherHannah Wilson Clarkson
October 1, 1901 (Age 53)

Note:

CRUDINE

The hand of death has been in our midst, removing from amongst us Mrs. John Heath, who died at the residence of Mr. T. Heath on the 1st October at the ripe old age of 88. Deceased had been ailing from a cold, from which she had partiallyrecovered, but a relapse caused her death. She was buried in the local cemetery, the funeral being largely attended. (Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative, Thursday 10 October 1901, p. 17).

Death of a brotherThomas Clarkson Heath
May 11, 1924 (Age 76)
Note: DEATH: HEATH - May 11, 1924, at a private hospital, Summer Hill, Thomas Heath, late of Concord, aged 82 years (Sydney Morning Herald Monday 12 May 1924, p. 8).
Baptism of a half-brotherWilliam Farrington
September 14, 1933 (Age 85)
Death of a sisterSarah Jane Heath
February 19, 1937 (Age 89)
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DEATH AT. CLANDULLA

Mrs Sarah Jane Hall, wife of Mr Henry Hall, of Clandulla, and formerly of Crudine and Running Stream, passed away on Friday last and was buried, in the Church of England portion of the Rylstone General Cemetery. Mrs Hall, who was 79 years of age, wasthe mother of Mrs A. Heath, of Clandulla, and Matron Hall. Rev. Fr. Kircher conducted the service at the graveside. (Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative, Thursday 25 February 1937, p. 20).

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DEATH OF MRS. S. J. HALL

(From Our Own Correspondent)

The death occurred on Friday of Sarah Jane Hall, wife of Mr, Henry Hall at the age of 79, after an illness extending for nearly 12 months. The late Mrs. Hall is survived by her husband and two daughters, Mrs. Heath (Clandulla) and Matron Hall.The funeral took place on Saturday afternoon, and was largely attended. Interment was made in the Anglican portion of Rylstone General Cemetery. (Lithgow Mercury, Wednesday 24 February 1937, p. 6).

Note:

DEATHS

HALL.-February 19, 1937, at Clandulla, Sarah Jane, beloved wife of Henry Hall, of Harley, Crudine, and West Ryde, and loving mother of Agnes (Mrs. Arthur Heath), and Florence, aged 79 years. (Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 24 February 1937, p.14).

Death July 1940 (Age 92)
Note:

Old Crudine Resident MRS. Anna Matilda Lowe, who died at her residence, Portland, recently, at the age of 92, was born on the Belabula River, in the Canowindra district, and was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Heath, pioneer settlers in that part. As a child, the late Mrs. Lowe moved with her parents to the Sofala goldflelds, and at 16 she went with other members of the family to settle on the Crudine. They were among the first to take up land there. Later she married the late Robert Lowe, a member of another Crudine pioneer family. They moved to Portland 26 years ago. The late Mrs. Lowe was considered an authority on Crudine history, and enjoyed relating early-day experiences. experiences. A grown-up family of six sons and three daughters survive, members being Messrs. Henry (Capertee), Herbert, Arthur, Hamilton (Portland), Ernest (Picton), Leslie Lowe (Edensor Park), Mesdames E. Swords (Leichhardt), H. Southcott, sen., and R. Nattrass (Portland). Mr. Lowe died 10 years ago (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Monday 29 July 1940, page 3).

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father
mother
Marriage: March 22, 1841Cathedral and Collegiate Church of St Mary, St Denys and St George, Manchester, Lancashire, England
8 years
herself
10 years
younger sister
-14 years
elder brother
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step-father
mother
Marriage: March 6, 1832Sandal Magna, St Helen, Yorkshire, England
20 months
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  1. Generation 1
    1. Anna Matilda Heath, daughter of John Heath and Hannah Wilson Clarkson, was born in 1848 and died in July 1940 in Portland, New South Wales, Australia at the age of 92.

Death

Old Crudine Resident MRS. Anna Matilda Lowe, who died at her residence, Portland, recently, at the age of 92, was born on the Belabula River, in the Canowindra district, and was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Heath, pioneer settlers in that part. As a child, the late Mrs. Lowe moved with her parents to the Sofala goldflelds, and at 16 she went with other members of the family to settle on the Crudine. They were among the first to take up land there. Later she married the late Robert Lowe, a member of another Crudine pioneer family. They moved to Portland 26 years ago. The late Mrs. Lowe was considered an authority on Crudine history, and enjoyed relating early-day experiences. experiences. A grown-up family of six sons and three daughters survive, members being Messrs. Henry (Capertee), Herbert, Arthur, Hamilton (Portland), Ernest (Picton), Leslie Lowe (Edensor Park), Mesdames E. Swords (Leichhardt), H. Southcott, sen., and R. Nattrass (Portland). Mr. Lowe died 10 years ago (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Monday 29 July 1940, page 3).