Francis William Freeburn, 18841950 (aged 66 years)

Name
Francis William /Freeburn/
Given names
Francis William
Surname
Freeburn
Birth 1884 31

Birth of a brotherJohn James Freeburn
1886 (aged 2 years)

Birth of a sisterSarah Alice Freeburn
1888 (aged 4 years)

Birth of a sisterChristy A Freeburn
1891 (aged 7 years)

Death of a sisterChristy A Freeburn
1891 (aged 7 years)

Birth of a sisterRubina Maud Freeburn
1892 (aged 8 years)

Death of a sisterSarah Alice Freeburn
1893 (aged 9 years)

Death of a motherJane Turvey
January 20, 1893 (aged 9 years)

MarriageRachel ParkinsView this family
June 9, 1909 (aged 25 years)
Note: WEDDING AT BUDGEE BUDGEE,

WEDDING AT BUDGEE BUDGEE, FREEBURN - PARKINS. A very pretty wedding was solemnised at the Church of England Mudgee, on Wednesday, June 9th, by the Ven. Archdeacon Dunstan. The contracting parties were Mr. William Freeburn, son of the late Mr Freeburn, of near Rylstone, and Rachel, daughterof Mr. Samuel Parkins, of Budgee Budgee. The bride was becomingly attired in a semi-Empire gown of cream sicilian daintily trimmed with cream silk filet net and silver tassels. She wore the orthodox veil, surrounded with a coronet, of orangeblossoms, and carried a shower bouqet of chrysanthemums. She was attended by Misses Ruby Freeburn and Molly Parkins, who were daintily attired in cream voile wide blue sashes, and white hats, also gold bell lace pins, the gifts of thebridegroom. Eight little girls prettily dressed in cream, with blue sashes and ribbons, white shoes and cream hats, also attended the bride to the altar. Mr. George Parkins was best man. After the ceremony the guests drove to the home of thebride's parents, where they sat down to a sumptuous repast. The table was nicely decorated, the central place of honor being occupied by a handsome wedding cake. The usual toasts were honored and duly responded to. After the breakfast dancing was indulged in and kept going until the wee small hours of morn to the splendid music supplied by Messrs. Picket, Parkins and Wilkie (violin) and Orth and Box (accordion). The happy couple were the recipients of numerous and handsome presents.Appended is a list of same: - Mother of bride. - Household linen. Father of bride. - Mirror. Mr. G. Parkins. - Cheque and pair of salad bowls. Mr. J. Turvey. - Lamp. Mr. Willis. - Butter basin and biscuit barrel. Mrs. Menchin. - Butter dish. MissMenchin. - Milk jug. Mr. T. Curtis. - Sugar basin. .Miss A. Orth. - Fan. Miss S. Neale. - Pair salts, sauce bottle and butter dish. Mrs. Neale. - Afternoon tea tray. Mr. F. Parkins. - Cream jug and sugar bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Tait. - Salad bowl. Miss L.Pair. - Pair sauce bottles. Miss M. Parkins. - Quandong pincushion. Mrs. J. McDonnell. - Household linen Miss Gudgeon. - Embroidered camisole. Miss Miss Violet Perry. - Milk jug covers. Mr J. Fitzgerald. - Set of knives and forks and carvers. Mr. Richardson. - Silver jam spoon. - Mr. Upton. - Gypsy table. Miss R.Freeburn. - Silver cruet and butter dish. Miss I. Davis. - Silver salts. Mr G. Freeburn. - Kettle. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman. - Silver biscuit barrel. Miss J. Parkins. - Crochet quilt. Miss M. Gore. - Table centre. Miss Neale. - Crochet toilet set. Mr. J. Parkins. - Breakfast cruet. Mrs. Besant. - Preserving pan and spoon. Mr. W. Hutchison. - Silver dinner cruet. Mr. and Mrs. Foley. - Hand-painted table centre and salad bowl. Mr. and Mrs. R. Pickett. - Tea set and tray. Mr S. Parkins. - Set of knives and forks. Miss M. Parkins. - Glass cream jug. Mr. and Mrs. A. Orth. - Lamp. Miss Freeman. - Butter bowl and shaving mug. Miss M. Freeburn. - Silver butter dish. Mrs. Coxhead. - Dinner cruet. Mr. W. Monks. - Set of vegetable dishes. MissBratby. - Teapot stand. Miss R. Parkins. - Vase. Mrs. S. Parkins. - Salad bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Grady - Half-dozen breakfast cups and cake stand. Mr. and Mrs. Bratby. - Cream jug and sugar basin. Mr. and Mrs. W. Parkins.- - Clock. Miss Menchin. - Bedroom lamp. Mr. S. Box. - Milk jug. Mr. Ward. - Butter basin and pepper pot. Friend - Sugar basin. Mr. Perry. - Moustache cup. Miss Thora Perry. - Milk jug. Miss Hill. - Picture frame. Mr. Wilkie. - Biscuit barrel. Friend. - Butter dish. FabePerry - Photo frame. Mrs. Perry. - Gypsy table and pair plaques. Mr T. Monks. - Saucepan. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pye. - Teapot. Mr. and Mrs. F. Orth. - Butter basin. Mrs Wright. - Breakfast cruet. Mr. J. Kurtz. - Biscuit barrel. Mr. G. Kurtz. - Butterdish. Mr. J. McDonnell - Cheque. Owing to such a large quantity of presents, some without tickets attacked had to be omitted out of the list. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 24 June 1909, p. 4. Wedding Freeburn and Parkins

Birth of a daughterMabel A Freeburn
1910 (aged 26 years)

Birth of a sonClifford Freeburn
1912 (aged 28 years)

Death of a brotherGeorge Thomas Freeburn
March 15, 1916 (aged 32 years)
Note: Military Funeral

Military Funeral THE LATE PTE. FREEBURN. The second military funeral since the establishment of the Bathurst Military Camp took place to the Church of England portion of the Bathurst General Cemetery yesterday morning. The burial was of the body of the late Private George Freeburn, who died at the Bathurst Hospital at midday on Wednesday, after being only a short period in Camp, and a few days in the hospital suffering from pneumonia. The funeral left Mr. W. Boyds funeral parlor at 11 a.m, and was headed by the recently-formed Camp Band.
The company of which Private Freeburn was a member was in attendance, being in charge of Lieuts. Armstrong and Nelson. The band, which was in charge of Drum-Major J. Regan and Bandmaster Hunter, played the 'Dead March' in Saul throughout the route in a devotional manner. The chief mourners at the graveside were two bers and a sister (Mrs. John Mumford) of the deceased. The bers had journeyed from Rylstone to attend the funeral. Services were held prior to the funeral and at the graveside, and were conducted by Rev. Canon Forster, assisted by Rev. D. Creighton. The pall and coffin bearers were members of the deceased's company. A firing party, under Reg. S.M. Purcell, fired the last salute, and the Last Post was sounded. There was a large attendance of citizens the graveside, where the service was most impressive. Private Freeburn sacrificed a splendid farm at Wagga in order to join the colors. National Advocate, Friday 17 March 1916, p. 2. Military Funeral George Freeburn

Note: RYLSTONE SOLDIER'S DEATH

RYLSTONE SOLDIER'S DEATH Private George Freeburn died at Bathurst District Hospital last Wednesday night. Deceased enlisted at Rylstone a few days ago, and entered camp with a heavy cold, from which he developed pneumonia. He was 38 years of age, and was unmarried. The body was buried with full military honors, the cortege being headed by the newly-formed camp band. The "Last Post" was sounded at the graveside by deceased's late comrades. The chief mourners at the graveside were two bers and a sister (Mrs.John Mumford) of the deceased. The bers had journeyed from Rylstone to attend the funeral. Services were held prior to the funeral and at the graveside, and were conducted by Rev. Canon Forster, assisted by Rev. D. Creighton. The pall and coffin bearers were members of the deceased's company. Private Free-burn sacrificed a splendid farm at Wagga in order to join the colors. Mudgee Guardian, Monday 20 March 1916, p. 2. Funeral George Freeburn

Birth of a daughterBetty Grace Freeburn
about 1923 (aged 39 years)

Death of a sisterMargaret Ann Freeburn
July 10, 1929 (aged 45 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

Death of a sisterMatilda Jane Freeburn
June 28, 1947 (aged 63 years)

Note: Mrs. Pickett

Mrs. Pickett An old and highly esteemed resident of the Lue district in the person of Mrs. Matilda Jane Pickett, died on Saturday last, aged 68 years. Her husband predeceased her by about 12 months. To the bereaved family of sons and daughters the sympathy of the whole district is extended. The funeral took place to the Methodist portion of the Lue cemetery this morning, the Rev. Mr. Conibear, of Rylstone, officiating Messrs. J. C. Swords & Son carried out the arrangements. Mudgee Guardian, Monday 30 June 1947, p. 2. Obituary Mrs Pickett

Burial of a motherJane Turvey

Death 1950 (aged 66 years)

Probate November 20, 1950 (0 after death)

Note: IN THE SUPREME COURT

IN THE SUPREME COURT

OF NEW SOUTH WALES, PROBATE JURISDICTION. In the Will of WILLIAM FRANCIS FREEBURN, late of Rylstone in the state of New South Wales, Pensioner, deceased. APPLICATION will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that probate of the last Will and testament, dated 27th March, 1919, of the above-named deceased may be granted to RACHEL FREEBURN the executrix named in the said Will and all notices may be served at the undermentioned address. All Creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned. GARRY F. SPRING 7 RISLEY, Proctors for Executrix, 7 Church Street, MUDGEE. By their Agents: Messrs. MARSHALL, MARKS & JONES, Solicitors, 67 Castlereagh Street, SYDNEY.

Mudgee Guardian, Monday 20 November 1950, p. 10. William Freeburn Probate

Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage Marriage1877
2 years
elder brother
18781916
Birth: 1878 25
Death: March 15, 1916Bathurst Base Hospital, Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
elder sister
18801929
Birth: 1880 27
Death: July 10, 1929Mudgee District Hospital, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
elder sister
4 years
himself
3 years
younger brother
18861956
Birth: 1886 33
Death: June 12, 1956
3 years
younger sister
4 years
younger sister
2 years
younger sister
18921970
Birth: 1892 39
Death: May 4, 1970Mudgee District Hospital, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
Family with Rachel Parkins
himself
wife
18901969
Birth: about 1890
Death: September 21, 1969
Marriage MarriageJune 9, 1909St John the Baptist Church, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
19 months
daughter
3 years
son
19122005
Birth: 1912 28 22
Death: October 7, 2005
12 years
daughter
19231970
Birth: about 1923 39 33
Death: November 26, 1970Station Street, Charbon, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage

WEDDING AT BUDGEE BUDGEE, FREEBURN - PARKINS. A very pretty wedding was solemnised at the Church of England Mudgee, on Wednesday, June 9th, by the Ven. Archdeacon Dunstan. The contracting parties were Mr. William Freeburn, son of the late Mr Freeburn, of near Rylstone, and Rachel, daughterof Mr. Samuel Parkins, of Budgee Budgee. The bride was becomingly attired in a semi-Empire gown of cream sicilian daintily trimmed with cream silk filet net and silver tassels. She wore the orthodox veil, surrounded with a coronet, of orangeblossoms, and carried a shower bouqet of chrysanthemums. She was attended by Misses Ruby Freeburn and Molly Parkins, who were daintily attired in cream voile wide blue sashes, and white hats, also gold bell lace pins, the gifts of thebridegroom. Eight little girls prettily dressed in cream, with blue sashes and ribbons, white shoes and cream hats, also attended the bride to the altar. Mr. George Parkins was best man. After the ceremony the guests drove to the home of thebride's parents, where they sat down to a sumptuous repast. The table was nicely decorated, the central place of honor being occupied by a handsome wedding cake. The usual toasts were honored and duly responded to. After the breakfast dancing was indulged in and kept going until the wee small hours of morn to the splendid music supplied by Messrs. Picket, Parkins and Wilkie (violin) and Orth and Box (accordion). The happy couple were the recipients of numerous and handsome presents.Appended is a list of same: - Mother of bride. - Household linen. Father of bride. - Mirror. Mr. G. Parkins. - Cheque and pair of salad bowls. Mr. J. Turvey. - Lamp. Mr. Willis. - Butter basin and biscuit barrel. Mrs. Menchin. - Butter dish. MissMenchin. - Milk jug. Mr. T. Curtis. - Sugar basin. .Miss A. Orth. - Fan. Miss S. Neale. - Pair salts, sauce bottle and butter dish. Mrs. Neale. - Afternoon tea tray. Mr. F. Parkins. - Cream jug and sugar bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Tait. - Salad bowl. Miss L.Pair. - Pair sauce bottles. Miss M. Parkins. - Quandong pincushion. Mrs. J. McDonnell. - Household linen Miss Gudgeon. - Embroidered camisole. Miss Miss Violet Perry. - Milk jug covers. Mr J. Fitzgerald. - Set of knives and forks and carvers. Mr. Richardson. - Silver jam spoon. - Mr. Upton. - Gypsy table. Miss R.Freeburn. - Silver cruet and butter dish. Miss I. Davis. - Silver salts. Mr G. Freeburn. - Kettle. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman. - Silver biscuit barrel. Miss J. Parkins. - Crochet quilt. Miss M. Gore. - Table centre. Miss Neale. - Crochet toilet set. Mr. J. Parkins. - Breakfast cruet. Mrs. Besant. - Preserving pan and spoon. Mr. W. Hutchison. - Silver dinner cruet. Mr. and Mrs. Foley. - Hand-painted table centre and salad bowl. Mr. and Mrs. R. Pickett. - Tea set and tray. Mr S. Parkins. - Set of knives and forks. Miss M. Parkins. - Glass cream jug. Mr. and Mrs. A. Orth. - Lamp. Miss Freeman. - Butter bowl and shaving mug. Miss M. Freeburn. - Silver butter dish. Mrs. Coxhead. - Dinner cruet. Mr. W. Monks. - Set of vegetable dishes. MissBratby. - Teapot stand. Miss R. Parkins. - Vase. Mrs. S. Parkins. - Salad bowl. Mr. and Mrs. Grady - Half-dozen breakfast cups and cake stand. Mr. and Mrs. Bratby. - Cream jug and sugar basin. Mr. and Mrs. W. Parkins.- - Clock. Miss Menchin. - Bedroom lamp. Mr. S. Box. - Milk jug. Mr. Ward. - Butter basin and pepper pot. Friend - Sugar basin. Mr. Perry. - Moustache cup. Miss Thora Perry. - Milk jug. Miss Hill. - Picture frame. Mr. Wilkie. - Biscuit barrel. Friend. - Butter dish. FabePerry - Photo frame. Mrs. Perry. - Gypsy table and pair plaques. Mr T. Monks. - Saucepan. Mr. and Mrs. A. Pye. - Teapot. Mr. and Mrs. F. Orth. - Butter basin. Mrs Wright. - Breakfast cruet. Mr. J. Kurtz. - Biscuit barrel. Mr. G. Kurtz. - Butterdish. Mr. J. McDonnell - Cheque. Owing to such a large quantity of presents, some without tickets attacked had to be omitted out of the list. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 24 June 1909, p. 4. Wedding Freeburn and Parkins

Probate

IN THE SUPREME COURT

OF NEW SOUTH WALES, PROBATE JURISDICTION. In the Will of WILLIAM FRANCIS FREEBURN, late of Rylstone in the state of New South Wales, Pensioner, deceased. APPLICATION will be made after fourteen days from the publication hereof that probate of the last Will and testament, dated 27th March, 1919, of the above-named deceased may be granted to RACHEL FREEBURN the executrix named in the said Will and all notices may be served at the undermentioned address. All Creditors in the estate of the deceased are hereby required to send in particulars of their claims to the undersigned. GARRY F. SPRING 7 RISLEY, Proctors for Executrix, 7 Church Street, MUDGEE. By their Agents: Messrs. MARSHALL, MARKS & JONES, Solicitors, 67 Castlereagh Street, SYDNEY.

Mudgee Guardian, Monday 20 November 1950, p. 10. William Freeburn Probate