Worthy Havilah Atcheson, 18831931 (aged 48 years)

Name
Worthy Havilah /Atcheson/
Given names
Worthy Havilah
Surname
Atcheson
Birth 1883 31
Marriage of a parentThomas GlewPhoebe AldwellView this family
1886 (aged 3 years)

Birth of a half-brotherThomas A Glew
1888 (aged 5 years)

Birth of a half-brotherValdeemar Glew
1891 (aged 8 years)

Birth of a half-brotherRudolph Charles Glew
1894 (aged 11 years)

Birth of a half-sisterViolet May Glew
December 13, 1896 (aged 13 years)

MarriageMargaret Ann FreeburnView this family
1910 (aged 27 years)
Birth of a daughterJoan Milba Atcheson
1911 (aged 28 years)

Death of a half-brotherThomas A Glew
1911 (aged 28 years)

Birth of a daughterGrace Rita Atcheson
1912 (aged 29 years)

Birth of a daughterRuth Venie Atcheson
1914 (aged 31 years)

Birth of a sonColin Maxwell Atcheson
1916 (aged 33 years)

Visit home August 23, 1917 (aged 34 years)
Note: Breakfast Creek

Breakfast Creek Back on, a Visit - Mr. W. Atcheson, who has been working down at the ''Gulf' for some time, came home on a visit last Sunday, We were glad to see him (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 23 August 1917, page 25).

Road repairs October 11, 1917 (aged 34 years)
Note: Breakfast Creek

Breakfast Creek The Roads. - The road between Breakfast Creek and Rylstone is being repaired. Mr. Atcheson is at present assisting the maintenance men. Some good work is being done. Some of the roads about here require looking to. The road to Camboon, via Mr. Arthur Keech's place, needs attention. The creek crossing is impassable. Travellers by the route in question are obliged to go through either Mr. Arthur Keech's or Mr. William Keech's. It is a pity something could not be done to put this crossing in- good order, so that Mr. Keech's land would not be trespassed upon (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 11 October 1917, page 24).

Telephone poles December 20, 1917 (aged 34 years)
Note: Breakfast Creek.

Breakfast Creek. Personal. - Mr. W. Atcheson has kindly volunteered to obtain and draw the necessary telephone poles ready for erection (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 20 December 1917, page 11).

Telephone poles January 3, 1918 (aged 35 years)
Note: Breakfast Creek

Breakfast Creek (From Our Own Correspondents) Telephone. - The telephone post and stay are now in readiness for erection. Mr. W. Atcheson kindly obtained and drew the pole to the school residence. We owe him many thanks. It has been considered wise not to erect the pole until the wires are ready to be run and the instrument installed. This will be early in the New Year (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 3 January 1918, page 14).

Repairing Camboon School February 18, 1918 (aged 35 years)
Note: Breakfast Creek.

Breakfast Creek. From Our Correspondent). Mr. W. Atcheson is at present carrying out the work of repairs to the school at Camboon. (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Monday 18 February 1918, page 4).

Secretary March 21, 1918 (aged 35 years)
Note: Breakfast Creek.

Breakfast Creek. Mr. W. Atcheson, who is secretary of the sports to be held at Easter, has things well in hand. At time of writing it has not been ascertained whether horse racing is to be held in connection with the sports. The committee are waiting for the necessary authority from headquarters. Definite word is expected this week (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 21 March 1918, page 22). 

Birth of a sonRaymond George Atcheson
1918 (aged 35 years)

Road repairs August 21, 1924 (aged 41 years)
Note: ENGINEER'S REPORT. The contracts for gravelling the various lengths as hereunder have been completed…

ENGINEER'S REPORT. The contracts for gravelling the various lengths as hereunder have been completed: S. Ferguson, Glen Alice Road ; D. Taylor, Rylstone Kandos road: D. Taylor, Clandulla ford road; W, H. Atcheson, The Gulph-Bylong road. Mr. Thompson is now carrying out the gravelling of Lue road. Mr. Leighton informs us that he will complete his contract of gravelling on the main Sydney road this week. Attention is now being given to the raking in of the gravel at 'The Gulph,' on Bylong road, and also to the main Sydney road contract. Almost immediately further attention is to be given to the Glen Alice and Clandulla-llford sections (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 21 August 1924, page 21).

Death of a motherPhoebe Aldwell
August 1, 1928 (aged 45 years)
Note: GLEW .- August 1, at private hospital, Homebush, Phoebe Glew, late of Rylstone, dearly loved mother…

GLEW .- August 1, at private hospital, Homebush, Phoebe Glew, late of Rylstone, dearly loved mother of Mrs R G Reardon, aged 76 years (Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 11 August 1928, page 14).

Death of a wifeMargaret Ann Freeburn
July 10, 1929 (aged 46 years)
Note: Obituary

Obituary MRS ATCHESON. Mrs Atcheson, wife of Mr W. Atcheson, of Wilpinjong, Wollar, and formerly of the Rylstone district, died in the Mudgee Hospital on Wednesday morning, aged 49 years. De-ceased, who had been ailing for some time, was very highly esteemed, and her death came as a great shock to very many throughout this district. She is survived by a sorrowing husband, two sons, and three daughters, the youngest being eleven years of age. The funeral took place to the Church of England portion of the Mudgee cemetery on Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. L. Walker officiating at the graveside. Mr J. C. Swords conducted the arrangements. Mudgee Guardian, Friday 12 July 1929, p. 5. Obituary Mrs Margaret Atcheson

Note: Return Thanks

Return Thanks MR. W. H. ATCHESON and family, of Wilpinjong, Wollar, desire to tender their sincere thanks to all kind friends and relatives who sent them letters, cards, telegrams, wreaths, and other messages of sympathy, or in any other way tendered to them sympathy and kindness in their recent sad bereavement in the loss of their dear wife and mother. Mudgee Guardian, Friday 16 August 1929, p. 4. Return Thanks Atcheson Family

Leaves hospital November 6, 1930 (aged 47 years)
Note: OUT OF HOSPITAL. - Mr. W. H. Atcheson, of Wollar, who was an inmate of the Mudgee Hospital for some…

OUT OF HOSPITAL. - Mr. W. H. Atcheson, of Wollar, who was an inmate of the Mudgee Hospital for some time, has recovered sufficiently to be able to leave the institution (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 6 November 1930, page 10).

Broken foot February 2, 1931 (aged 48 years)

Note: LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS 

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS  ACCIDENT. - Mr W. Atcheson, of Wollar, is an inmate of the Mudgee Hospital suffering from a badly fractured right foot, the result of a fall from a horse. Mr Atcheson has had more than his share of trouble during the past two or three years, and his Mudgee, Rylstone, and Wollar friends sympathise with him in his recent misfortune (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Monday 2 February 1931, page 18).

Leaves hospital February 26, 1931 (aged 48 years)

Note: LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS Mr. Atcheson, of Wollar, who was the victim of a serious accident recently, has sufficiently recovered to be able to leave the local hospital (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 26 February 1931, page 3).

Death December 22, 1931 (aged 48 years)
Note: OBITUARY

OBITUARY Again the Grim Reaper has been busy in the district, since Mr. H. Dewey passed away last week two more deaths have occurred, these being Mr Worthy Atcheson, who resided for many years in this district and who passed away in hospital in the city during the week. (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 31 December 1931, page 9).

Probate March 11, 1932 (2 months after death)

Note: IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES PROBATE JURISDICTION - In the Will of WORTHY HAVILAH ATCHES…

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES PROBATE JURISDICTION - In the Will of WORTHY HAVILAH ATCHESON late of Wilpinjong near Wollar In the State of New South Wales Farmer and Grazier deceased - APPLICATION will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to VICTOR HERBERT BROWN (In the said Will called Victor Brown) and MATILDA JANE PICKETT (in the said Will called Matilda Pickett) the Executor and Executrix respectively named therein and all notices may be served at the offices of the undersigned to whom particulars of all claims against the said deceased are required to be sent within the aforesaid time. - Mc PHERSON & BAWDEN, Proctors for Executors, Market-street, Mudgee. By their Agents: Messrs. Barry Norris & Wildes, 11c Castlereagh-Sydney  (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 7 January 1932, page 4).

Burial
Family with parents
father
mother
18521928
Birth: about 1852
Death: August 1, 1928Private Hospital, Homebush, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriage1878New South Wales, Australia
2 years
elder sister
5 years
himself
18831931
Birth: 1883 31New South Wales, Australia
Death: December 22, 1931Wilpinjong, Wollar, New South Wales, Australia
Mother’s family with Thomas Glew
step-father
mother
18521928
Birth: about 1852
Death: August 1, 1928Private Hospital, Homebush, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriage1886
3 years
half-brother
4 years
half-brother
18911963
Birth: 1891 51 39
Death: June 19, 1963Sylvania, Bylong, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
half-brother
18941970
Birth: 1894 54 42
Death: May 21, 1970Mudgee District Hospital, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
half-sister
18961987
Birth: December 13, 1896 56 44
Death: December 2, 1987Pioneer House, 44 Court Street, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
Family with Margaret Ann Freeburn
himself
18831931
Birth: 1883 31New South Wales, Australia
Death: December 22, 1931Wilpinjong, Wollar, New South Wales, Australia
wife
18801929
Birth: 1880 27
Death: July 10, 1929Mudgee District Hospital, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage Marriage1910New South Wales, Australia
2 years
daughter
19111989
Birth: 1911 28 31
Death: June 1989
2 years
daughter
19121990
Birth: 1912 29 32
Death: April 17, 1990
3 years
daughter
19141944
Birth: 1914 31 34
Death: January 24, 1944New South Wales, Australia
3 years
son
19161960
Birth: 1916 33 36
Death: August 31, 1960
3 years
son
19181955
Birth: 1918 35 38
Death: September 1955
Visit home

Breakfast Creek Back on, a Visit - Mr. W. Atcheson, who has been working down at the ''Gulf' for some time, came home on a visit last Sunday, We were glad to see him (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 23 August 1917, page 25).

Road repairs

Breakfast Creek The Roads. - The road between Breakfast Creek and Rylstone is being repaired. Mr. Atcheson is at present assisting the maintenance men. Some good work is being done. Some of the roads about here require looking to. The road to Camboon, via Mr. Arthur Keech's place, needs attention. The creek crossing is impassable. Travellers by the route in question are obliged to go through either Mr. Arthur Keech's or Mr. William Keech's. It is a pity something could not be done to put this crossing in- good order, so that Mr. Keech's land would not be trespassed upon (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 11 October 1917, page 24).

Telephone poles

Breakfast Creek. Personal. - Mr. W. Atcheson has kindly volunteered to obtain and draw the necessary telephone poles ready for erection (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 20 December 1917, page 11).

Telephone poles

Breakfast Creek (From Our Own Correspondents) Telephone. - The telephone post and stay are now in readiness for erection. Mr. W. Atcheson kindly obtained and drew the pole to the school residence. We owe him many thanks. It has been considered wise not to erect the pole until the wires are ready to be run and the instrument installed. This will be early in the New Year (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 3 January 1918, page 14).

Repairing Camboon School

Breakfast Creek. From Our Correspondent). Mr. W. Atcheson is at present carrying out the work of repairs to the school at Camboon. (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Monday 18 February 1918, page 4).

Secretary

Breakfast Creek. Mr. W. Atcheson, who is secretary of the sports to be held at Easter, has things well in hand. At time of writing it has not been ascertained whether horse racing is to be held in connection with the sports. The committee are waiting for the necessary authority from headquarters. Definite word is expected this week (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 21 March 1918, page 22). 

Road repairs

ENGINEER'S REPORT. The contracts for gravelling the various lengths as hereunder have been completed: S. Ferguson, Glen Alice Road ; D. Taylor, Rylstone Kandos road: D. Taylor, Clandulla ford road; W, H. Atcheson, The Gulph-Bylong road. Mr. Thompson is now carrying out the gravelling of Lue road. Mr. Leighton informs us that he will complete his contract of gravelling on the main Sydney road this week. Attention is now being given to the raking in of the gravel at 'The Gulph,' on Bylong road, and also to the main Sydney road contract. Almost immediately further attention is to be given to the Glen Alice and Clandulla-llford sections (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 21 August 1924, page 21).

Leaves hospital

OUT OF HOSPITAL. - Mr. W. H. Atcheson, of Wollar, who was an inmate of the Mudgee Hospital for some time, has recovered sufficiently to be able to leave the institution (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 6 November 1930, page 10).

Broken foot

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS  ACCIDENT. - Mr W. Atcheson, of Wollar, is an inmate of the Mudgee Hospital suffering from a badly fractured right foot, the result of a fall from a horse. Mr Atcheson has had more than his share of trouble during the past two or three years, and his Mudgee, Rylstone, and Wollar friends sympathise with him in his recent misfortune (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Monday 2 February 1931, page 18).

Leaves hospital

LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS Mr. Atcheson, of Wollar, who was the victim of a serious accident recently, has sufficiently recovered to be able to leave the local hospital (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 26 February 1931, page 3).

Death

OBITUARY Again the Grim Reaper has been busy in the district, since Mr. H. Dewey passed away last week two more deaths have occurred, these being Mr Worthy Atcheson, who resided for many years in this district and who passed away in hospital in the city during the week. (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 31 December 1931, page 9).

ProbateView

Executors to his will were Victor Herbert Brown and Matilda Jane Pickett

Probate

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH WALES PROBATE JURISDICTION - In the Will of WORTHY HAVILAH ATCHESON late of Wilpinjong near Wollar In the State of New South Wales Farmer and Grazier deceased - APPLICATION will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that Probate of the last Will and Testament of the abovenamed deceased may be granted to VICTOR HERBERT BROWN (In the said Will called Victor Brown) and MATILDA JANE PICKETT (in the said Will called Matilda Pickett) the Executor and Executrix respectively named therein and all notices may be served at the offices of the undersigned to whom particulars of all claims against the said deceased are required to be sent within the aforesaid time. - Mc PHERSON & BAWDEN, Proctors for Executors, Market-street, Mudgee. By their Agents: Messrs. Barry Norris & Wildes, 11c Castlereagh-Sydney  (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 7 January 1932, page 4).

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