Alfred Harold Perram, 18741952 (aged 78 years)

Name
Alfred Harold /Perram/
Given names
Alfred Harold
Surname
Perram
Birth 1874 31 32

Death of a paternal grandmotherEllen McCarthy
October 18, 1874 (aged 0)

Burial of a paternal grandmotherEllen McCarthy
after October 18, 1874 (aged 0)
Note: Ellen Perram

Ellen Perram Who departed this life October 18th 1874 Aged 52 years

Birth of a sisterIsabella Perram
1876 (aged 2 years)

Birth of a sisterZillah Mary Perram
1879 (aged 5 years)

Birth of a brotherGeorge Henry Perram
1880 (aged 6 years)

Birth of a sisterFlorence May Perram
1883 (aged 9 years)

Death of a paternal grandfatherJames Perram
November 30, 1893 (aged 19 years)

Death of a fatherJames Perram
August 14, 1905 (aged 31 years)
Note: Obituary.

Obituary.

The death occurred on Monday evening of Mr. James Perram, of Oakey Creek, near Cudgegong. Nearly three months ago the deceased met with a buggy accident, and since then he was an inmate of Mrs. Crawford's private hospital, under the care of Dr. Nickoll. From the first the case was viewed with grave concern, and when the end came on Monday it caused no surprise. Mr. Perram, who was widely respected, was in his sixty second year, and is survived by three sons and six daughters. Messrs Alfred and George, two of the sons reside at Cudgegong, and the other is in Queensland. Of the daughters Mrs. J. W. Farrar and Mrs. Taylor reside in Rylstone, Mrs. Thew and Miss Bella in Sydney, and Miss May at Cudgegong. The family will have wide sympathy in their sad bereavement. (Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative Thursday 17 August 1905, p. 13)

Death of a motherElizabeth Morrison
October 12, 1916 (aged 42 years)

Note: Death of Mrs. Perram.

Death of Mrs. Perram. The death occurred on Thursday morning last of Mrs. J. Perram, sen., an old and respected resident of Cudgegong. The late Mrs Perram first settled at Cudgegong, together with her husband, who predeceased her by 11 years, 29 years ago, and had lived at the one spot all the time. She reared a large family at Cudgegong, all of whom have been launched out into life with a sound knowledge imparted in the home circle. The deceased lady was well and active till a few months ago, but increasing years brought on infirmity and she gradually became weaker. On the morning of her death she got up out of bed, dressed, and had just finished her morning meal, and sat back in her chair in a peaceful slumber, alas, her last long sleep, and thus at the ripe old age of 74 years she passed to the realm of the Great Beyond, respected by all who knew her. The deceased lady had a host of friends and leaves a family of five daughters and two sons, viz., Mrs. N. Taylor and Mrs. W. Thew (Sydney). Mrs. J. W. Farrar and Mrs. H. Windle (Rylstone), Mrs. T. Carpenter (Victoria), and Alfred and George (Cudgegong). The body was interred in the Cudgegong cemetery, Mr. Taylor having charge of the funeral arrangements. The funeral left the late residence of the deceased attended by a large concourse of vehicles and horsemen, every part of the district around Capertee turning out to do honor to the deceased. The coffin was literally wreathed in flowers. At the graveside the Rev. E. H. Walker delivered an impressive funeral service. To the bereaved family and relatives we extent our sincere sympathy (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 19 October 1916, p. 32).

Death of a sisterFlorence May Perram
May 8, 1926 (aged 52 years)

Note: DEATH

DEATH MRS. H. WINDLE The death of Mrs. Windle, wife of the well known horse breeder, Mr. H. Windle, occurred in Sydney on Saturday night, the deceased lady went to the city to undergo an operation which was performed on the Friday preceding her death. On. receipt of information of his wife's serious state Mr. Windle hurried to Sydney per motor, but owing to two break downs on the way, arrived an hour after his wife's death. The late Mrs Windle's remains were brought to Rylstone, and after a service in the Church of England, were interred in the Rylstone General Cemetery. The day of the burial was very wet, but a large number of relatives and friends attended the funeral. Besides the husband deceased leaves a family to mourn her loss (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 13 May 1926, p. 26).

Note: Late Mrs. H. Windle. A pathetic side to the untimely death of the late Mrs. H. Windle, of Rylstone.…

Late Mrs. H. Windle. A pathetic side to the untimely death of the late Mrs. H. Windle, of Rylstone. is that the deceased went to Sydney with the object of being near her son, Willie, who was to be operated on for a crushed wrist. A horse fell with the lad several weeks ago causing the injury which has since necessitated three operations. Shortly after arrival in Sydney it became necessary for Mrs. Windle to receive medical attention, and the development became so critical that an operation had to be performed, the lad is still in Prince Alfred Hospital, improving satisfactorily. (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 20 May 1926, p. 20).

Death of a brotherGeorge Henry Perram
September 22, 1936 (aged 62 years)

Note: SUDDEN DEATH

SUDDEN DEATH

Rylstone District Identity (From Our Kandos Correspondent) Mr. George Perram, a well-known resident of the Rylstone district, died suddenly at his home at Clandulla on Tuesday night. Mr. Perram, who had been ailing for some time owing to heart trouble, was 56, and a native of Rylstone; Latterly he carried on business as a butcher at Clandulla. He leaves a wife and grown-up family of four sons and five daughters. The funeral will be held on Thursday, burial to take place at Rylstone cemetery.

Lithgow Mercury, Thursday 24 September 1936, p. 2. George Perram Obituary

Note: DEATHS

DEATHS

MR. GEORGE PERRAM MR. George Perram, a well known resident of the Rylstone district, died suddenly at his home at Clandulla on Tuesday night. Deceased, who had been ailing for some time owing to heart trouble, was 56 years of age and a native of Rylstone. He lately carried on business as a butcher at Clandulla. He leaves a wife and a grown-up family consisting of four sons and five daughters to mourn. The funeral was held today and the burial took place at the Cudgegong cemetery.

Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 24 September 1936, p. 8. George Perram Obituary

Death of a sisterSarah Ann Perram
October 24, 1937 (aged 63 years)

Shared note: Cremated.
Birth of a daughterLola Perram

Burial of a fatherJames Perram

Burial of a motherElizabeth Morrison

Death October 19, 1952 (aged 78 years)

Burial
Family with parents
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Marriage Marriage1864
2 years
elder sister
3 years
elder brother
5 years
elder brother
3 years
elder sister
2 years
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18741952
Birth: 1874 31 32
Death: October 19, 1952
3 years
younger sister
4 years
younger sister
2 years
younger brother
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Birth: 1880 37 38
Death: September 22, 1936
4 years
younger sister
Family with Hannah Sophia Milton
himself
18741952
Birth: 1874 31 32
Death: October 19, 1952
wife
18781965
Birth: 1878 25 18
Death: November 8, 1965Mudgee District Hospital, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
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