Cudgegong Valley History Project

Laura Adelaide HeathAge: 9218791971

Name
Laura Adelaide Heath
Given names
Laura Adelaide
Surname
Heath
Birth 1879 37

Birth of a brotherArthur Frederick Heath
1884 (Age 5)

Birth of a sisterAmy M Heath
1884 (Age 5)

Birth of a brotherJohn Percy Heath
1887 (Age 8)

Death of a brotherJohn Percy Heath
June 5, 1888 (Age 9)

Birth of a brotherAlbert Charles Heath
1889 (Age 10)

Birth of a brotherWalter Alfred Heath
1892 (Age 13)

Birth of a sisterRuby E Heath
1894 (Age 15)

Birth of a sisterViolet May Heath
1898 (Age 19)

Death of a paternal grandfatherJohn Heath
March 7, 1900 (Age 21)

MarriageFrancis W ClarkeView this family
August 7, 1901 (Age 22)
Note:

Wedding Bells at Crudine.

At ''Glenvale,'' Crudine, on 7th August, the Rev. L. Seaton joined in the bonds of matrimony Miss L. A. Heath, third daughter of Mr. T. Heath, and Mr. F. Clarke, of Crudine. There was a small gathering of relatives to witness the ceremony. Thebride looked very pretty, and was attired in cream cashmere, trimmed with cream satin and lace, with veil and orange blossoms, the latter being the gift of the bridesmaid. The bride's sister, Miss Heath, acted as bridesmaid, and was attired infine green cloth, braided with black silk, white ribbon and orange blossoms. Mr. W. Clarke undertook the duties of best man. A sumptuous breakfast was provided, to which the guests did ample justice, and at which the health of the bride andbridegroom was proposed by the Rev. Seaton. The room was tastefully decorated in arches of currajong and oranges. The happy couple were driven to the station, en route for Manly, by the bride's father, and were accorded the best wishes of theirnumerous friends. There was a splendid collection of wedding presents on view, comprising the following : - Bridegroom to bridesmaid...Gold ivy leaf brooch; Mrs Heath...Bedstead ; Mrs T. Heath...House linen ; Mrs and Mr Clarke...Half-dozensilver tea spoons and tongs in Morroco case; Mrs T. Giles...Musical clock and silver table spoons; Miss J. Clarke...Silver dinner cruet; Mrs W. Clarke...Silver and glass fish tray and fork; Miss A. Clarke...Candle stick and vause; Miss F.Clarke...Vause; Miss E. Clarke...Honey jar; Mrs Hall...Jam dish; Miss A. Heath...Pair of cushions, pair vauses and moustache cup; Mrs Heath, sen....Pair vauses ; Mr F. Giles...Glass cheese dish ; Mrs W. Giles...Glass sugar basin; MrW. Giles...Wine glasses ; Mr and Mrs Glasscock...Half-dozen fruit plates; Mr A. Heath...Bread platter and saw; Miss R. Heath...Pair jam dishes; Mr A. Clarke...Album; Miss Eaton...Collection coral and tea shells; Miss Buckley...Cruet; Mrs Wall...Egg cruet; Mr Allen...Pair vauses; Mr E. Heath...Lamp; Mrs Jones...Pair fruit plates; Miss Jones...Cake plate. (Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative, Thursday 22 August 1901, p. 16).

Death of a paternal grandmotherHannah Wilson Clarkson
October 1, 1901 (Age 22)

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 fatherThomas Clarkson Heath
May 11, 1924 (Age 45)
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).
Death of a brotherEdgar Thomas Wilson Heath
1945 (Age 66)

Death of a brotherArthur Frederick Heath
July 21, 1955 (Age 76)
Gloucester House, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Latitude: S33.88996119833371 Longitude: E151.18385797801398

Note: DEATHS: HEATH, Arthur Frederick - July 21, 1955, at Gloucester House, Sydney, beloved husband of Agnes Heath and fond father of Laurel (Mrs L Wilson), and Myrtle (Mrs E Douglas), aged 71 years (Sydney Morning Herald, Friday, July 22, 1955).
Death of a sisterAda Amelia Heath
1964 (Age 85)

Note: DEATHS :SIMS, Ada Amelia, - June 28, 1964, at hospital, late of 29 Elizabeth street, Artarmon, beloved wile of the late John Thomas Sims, loved mother of Agnes and Gladys (both deceased), aged 89 years (Sydney Morning Herald, Monday, June 29, 1964).
Death of a brotherAlbert Charles Heath
1969 (Age 90)

Death 1971 (Age 92)

Family with parents - View this family
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6 years
younger brother
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younger sister
4 years
younger brother
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younger brother
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younger brother
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younger sister
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Marriage: August 7, 1901Glenvale, Crudine, New South Wales, Australia

  1. Generation 1
    1. Laura Adelaide Heath, daughter of Thomas Clarkson Heath and Anne , was born in 1879 and died in 1971 at the age of 92. She married Francis W Clarke on August 7, 1901 in Glenvale, Crudine, New South Wales, Australia.

Marriage

Wedding Bells at Crudine.

At ''Glenvale,'' Crudine, on 7th August, the Rev. L. Seaton joined in the bonds of matrimony Miss L. A. Heath, third daughter of Mr. T. Heath, and Mr. F. Clarke, of Crudine. There was a small gathering of relatives to witness the ceremony. Thebride looked very pretty, and was attired in cream cashmere, trimmed with cream satin and lace, with veil and orange blossoms, the latter being the gift of the bridesmaid. The bride's sister, Miss Heath, acted as bridesmaid, and was attired infine green cloth, braided with black silk, white ribbon and orange blossoms. Mr. W. Clarke undertook the duties of best man. A sumptuous breakfast was provided, to which the guests did ample justice, and at which the health of the bride andbridegroom was proposed by the Rev. Seaton. The room was tastefully decorated in arches of currajong and oranges. The happy couple were driven to the station, en route for Manly, by the bride's father, and were accorded the best wishes of theirnumerous friends. There was a splendid collection of wedding presents on view, comprising the following : - Bridegroom to bridesmaid...Gold ivy leaf brooch; Mrs Heath...Bedstead ; Mrs T. Heath...House linen ; Mrs and Mr Clarke...Half-dozensilver tea spoons and tongs in Morroco case; Mrs T. Giles...Musical clock and silver table spoons; Miss J. Clarke...Silver dinner cruet; Mrs W. Clarke...Silver and glass fish tray and fork; Miss A. Clarke...Candle stick and vause; Miss F.Clarke...Vause; Miss E. Clarke...Honey jar; Mrs Hall...Jam dish; Miss A. Heath...Pair of cushions, pair vauses and moustache cup; Mrs Heath, sen....Pair vauses ; Mr F. Giles...Glass cheese dish ; Mrs W. Giles...Glass sugar basin; MrW. Giles...Wine glasses ; Mr and Mrs Glasscock...Half-dozen fruit plates; Mr A. Heath...Bread platter and saw; Miss R. Heath...Pair jam dishes; Mr A. Clarke...Album; Miss Eaton...Collection coral and tea shells; Miss Buckley...Cruet; Mrs Wall...Egg cruet; Mr Allen...Pair vauses; Mr E. Heath...Lamp; Mrs Jones...Pair fruit plates; Miss Jones...Cake plate. (Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative, Thursday 22 August 1901, p. 16).