Cudgegong Valley History Project

Edgar Thomas Wilson HeathAge: 6818771945

Name
Edgar Thomas Wilson Heath
Given names
Edgar Thomas Wilson
Surname
Heath
Birth 1877 35

Birth of a sisterLaura Adelaide Heath
1879 (Age 2)

Birth of a brotherArthur Frederick Heath
1884 (Age 7)

Birth of a sisterAmy M Heath
1884 (Age 7)

Birth of a brotherJohn Percy Heath
1887 (Age 10)

Death of a brotherJohn Percy Heath
June 5, 1888 (Age 11)

Birth of a brotherAlbert Charles Heath
1889 (Age 12)

Birth of a brotherWalter Alfred Heath
1892 (Age 15)

Birth of a sisterRuby E Heath
1894 (Age 17)

Birth of a sisterViolet May Heath
1898 (Age 21)

Death of a paternal grandfatherJohn Heath
March 7, 1900 (Age 23)

Death of a paternal grandmotherHannah Wilson Clarkson
October 1, 1901 (Age 24)

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).

MarriageAgnes R BeathView this family
April 1, 1907 (Age 30)
Note:

MARRIED IN SYDNEY.

A wedding of interest to many residents of Lithgow and Crudine took place on Easter Monday at St. Mary's cathedral, Sydney. The contracting parties wore Mr. Edgar Thomas Heath, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Heath, of Crudine, and Miss Agnes R. Beath,youngest daughter of Mrs. J. Platt, of Bank-street, Lithgow. Rev. Father Rohan officiated. The bride who was given away by her mother, wore a cream cloth travelling dress, richly trimmed with glace lace and applique, and cream felt hat, withostrich feathers. She also wore a diamond ring the gift of the bridegroom. Miss Olive Oxenham was brides-maid. She was prettily dressed in cream, and wore a cream silk, hat; the bridegroom's gift to her was a gold lucky pin. Mr, T. Beath wasgroomsman. A reception was afterwards held at the A. B.C. Cafe, at which the usual toasts were honored. A number of valuable and pretty presents were received by the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Heath left by the evening train for the South Coast,where the honeymoon will be spent. (Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative, Tuesday 9 April 1907, p. 2).

Death of a fatherThomas Clarkson Heath
May 11, 1924 (Age 47)
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 1945 (Age 68)

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elder sister
3 years
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himself
3 years
younger sister
6 years
younger brother
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younger sister
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younger brother
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younger brother
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younger brother
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younger sister
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Family with Agnes R Beath - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: April 1, 1907St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

  1. Generation 1
    1. Edgar Thomas Wilson Heath, son of Thomas Clarkson Heath and Anne , was born in 1877 and died in 1945 at the age of 68. He married Agnes R Beath on April 1, 1907 in St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Marriage

MARRIED IN SYDNEY.

A wedding of interest to many residents of Lithgow and Crudine took place on Easter Monday at St. Mary's cathedral, Sydney. The contracting parties wore Mr. Edgar Thomas Heath, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Heath, of Crudine, and Miss Agnes R. Beath,youngest daughter of Mrs. J. Platt, of Bank-street, Lithgow. Rev. Father Rohan officiated. The bride who was given away by her mother, wore a cream cloth travelling dress, richly trimmed with glace lace and applique, and cream felt hat, withostrich feathers. She also wore a diamond ring the gift of the bridegroom. Miss Olive Oxenham was brides-maid. She was prettily dressed in cream, and wore a cream silk, hat; the bridegroom's gift to her was a gold lucky pin. Mr, T. Beath wasgroomsman. A reception was afterwards held at the A. B.C. Cafe, at which the usual toasts were honored. A number of valuable and pretty presents were received by the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Heath left by the evening train for the South Coast,where the honeymoon will be spent. (Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative, Tuesday 9 April 1907, p. 2).