Cudgegong Valley History Project

John HeathAge: 8719302017

Name
John Heath
Given names
John
Surname
Heath
Birth April 11, 1930 33

Death of a paternal grandmotherAlice Maud Hudson
October 3, 1944 (Age 14)
34 Ocean Road, Manly, New South Wales, Australia
Latitude: N33.793556 Longitude: E151.28341

Note:

DEATHS: HEATH.—October 3, 1944, suddenly, at 34 Ocean Road, Manly, Alice Maude, dearly beloved wife of Robert Heath and loved mother of Halwyn, Hazel, Ivan, Violette (Mrs. S. Sendall) (Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 4 October 1944, page 14).

Death of a fatherHalwyn Cuthill Hudson Heath
May 13, 1959 (Age 29)
Dunedoo Memorial Hospital, Dunedoo, New South Wales, Australia
Latitude: S32.017175 Longitude: E149.397349:

Note:

DEATHS: HEATH, Halwyn Hudson.— May 13, 1959, at War Memorial Hospital, Dunedoo, late of "Eugildry," Leadville, loved husband of Jessie and loved father of Allan and John, aged 62 years (Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday, May 16, 1959).

Death of a motherJessie Marjory
May 13, 1987 (Age 57)
Note:

DEATHS: HEATH, Jessie Marjory. - May 13, 1987, at Mosman, late of 'Gildry' Leadville, New South Wales, loved wife of Halwyn (deceased), loved mother of Alan and John. Privately cremated (Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday, May 16, 1987).

Death April 23, 2017 (Age 87)

Note:

DEATHS: HEATH John Halwyn 11.04.1930 – 23.04.2017 Husband of Virginia Father of Sally, Philippa, Diana and Toby Father-in-law and grandfather of their families Brother of Alan Family and friends are invited for afternoon tea and a toast to John at Di Lusso Estate, Mudgee on Friday May 12th, 2017 at 3 pm A Private Cremation has been held Blacktown 9622 1284 Macquarie Valley Funerals & Monuments Proudly Australian Telephone: 6372 2331 Member AFDA All Hours (Sydney Morning Herald, Friday, May 05, 2017).

Death Age: 87

Note:

Obituary Notice The district and indeed the Central West has lost one of the top farmers of the area, in the passing of John Heath at the age of 87. John attended Leadville Public School followed by three years at Sydney Church of England Grammar School, Shore from 1944 to 1946. Then it was home where John, together with his parents, Hal and Marjory and brother Alan (who moved to Cumnock) developed 'Gildry' to become one of the top properties in the Central West. Trees were planted along fence lines, neighbouring parcels of land were purchased over the years, crops of wheat, barley, oats and sorghum were always among the best in the district and regularly won the local crop competitions. Prime lambs regularly topped the Dunedoo sales, grown out and fattened on those magnificent lucerne flats. As well John still found time to be involved with many local organisations at Leadville and Dunedoo, Landcare, N.S.W. Farmers, Dunedoo Show Society, The National Party, Leadville P & C, etc. John and his wife Ginny moved to Mudgee in 2001. To Ginny and their four children, grandchildren and families goes our very sincere sympathy. The district has lost a gentleman and a very special person. Mudgee Guardian Friday 9 June 2017, p. 6. Obituary notice John Heath.

  1. Generation 1
    1. John Heath, son of Halwyn Cuthill Hudson Heath and Jessie Marjory , was born on April 11, 1930 and died on April 23, 2017 at the age of 87.

Death

DEATHS: HEATH John Halwyn 11.04.1930 – 23.04.2017 Husband of Virginia Father of Sally, Philippa, Diana and Toby Father-in-law and grandfather of their families Brother of Alan Family and friends are invited for afternoon tea and a toast to John at Di Lusso Estate, Mudgee on Friday May 12th, 2017 at 3 pm A Private Cremation has been held Blacktown 9622 1284 Macquarie Valley Funerals & Monuments Proudly Australian Telephone: 6372 2331 Member AFDA All Hours (Sydney Morning Herald, Friday, May 05, 2017).

Death

Obituary Notice The district and indeed the Central West has lost one of the top farmers of the area, in the passing of John Heath at the age of 87. John attended Leadville Public School followed by three years at Sydney Church of England Grammar School, Shore from 1944 to 1946. Then it was home where John, together with his parents, Hal and Marjory and brother Alan (who moved to Cumnock) developed 'Gildry' to become one of the top properties in the Central West. Trees were planted along fence lines, neighbouring parcels of land were purchased over the years, crops of wheat, barley, oats and sorghum were always among the best in the district and regularly won the local crop competitions. Prime lambs regularly topped the Dunedoo sales, grown out and fattened on those magnificent lucerne flats. As well John still found time to be involved with many local organisations at Leadville and Dunedoo, Landcare, N.S.W. Farmers, Dunedoo Show Society, The National Party, Leadville P & C, etc. John and his wife Ginny moved to Mudgee in 2001. To Ginny and their four children, grandchildren and families goes our very sincere sympathy. The district has lost a gentleman and a very special person. Mudgee Guardian Friday 9 June 2017, p. 6. Obituary notice John Heath.