Judith Ann Ashe, 1965

Judith Ann /Ashe/
Given names
Judith Ann
Death of a paternal grandfatherEgerton Sidney Ashe



Mr. E. S. ('Bob') Ashe, who was well and favourably known in the Rylstone-Kandos districts, where he resided for many years, passed peacefully away at his residence at Penrith on Monday last. Although of a quiet and unassuming nature, the late Mr. Ashe had the faculty for making staunch friends wherever he went, and never allowed an opportunity to pass to do a good turn to others. For this, alone, he was highly respected and ad mired by a large circle of friends. Like his father, the late Mr. Charles William Ashe, who owned rich grazing properties in the Bathurst and Wellington districts in the early days, deceased spent many years on the land and had a sound knowledge of pastoral life generally. The funeral on Tuesday to the historic Church of England, cemetery at Emu Plains was largely attended. Rev. Geoffrey Morris officiated. Deceased is survived by his widow, sons William and Rex (Penrith) and Eric (Lakemba), daughters, Mrs. L. Hook ("Warrangee," Rylstone), Mrs. J. Grabham (Kandos), Mrs. Matthews (Queensland), and Miss Meg Ashe (Penrith), bers Messrs. Cyril and Arthur Ashe (Lithgow), and sisters Mrs. McLean (Homebush), Mrs. Wilson (Sydney) and Mrs. Readford (Wyong). To the bereaved, deepest sympathy is extended. (Mudgee Guardian and North Western Representative, Monday 22 June 1953, p. 8).

Death 1965