William J Ryan, 18881959 (aged 71 years)

Name
William J /Ryan/
Given names
William J
Surname
Ryan
Birth 1888 22 20

Birth of a sisterDaisy Jane Ryan
1890 (aged 2 years)

Birth of a sisterOlive Ryan
1894 (aged 6 years)

Birth of a brotherEllis Ernest Ryan
1897 (aged 9 years)

Birth of a sisterPhyllis Dulcie Ryan
1911 (aged 23 years)

Death of a maternal grandmotherMary Ann Kennedy
June 5, 1918 (aged 30 years) Age: 88

Note: Death at Lue.

Death at Lue. The death took place at Lue yesterday afternoon of Mrs. Mary Ann Potts, aged 88 years. The cause of death was bronchitis. Deceased was a very old resident of the district, and leaves a family of four and six daughters, they being William, (Pipeclay), Sloper (Avisford), Robert (Wall's Siding), James (Cullen Bullen), Mrs. O'Neil (Wee Waa), Mrs. Welch (Auburn), Mrs. Campbell (Auburn), Mrs. Ryan (Havilah), Mrs. Walsh (Havilah), Mrs. Horne (Lithgow). Deceased lady's husband predeceased her by about 12 years. The funeral will take place at Lue tomorrow (Friday) afternoon under the direction of Mr. H. Barton, of Mudgee. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 6 June 1918, p. 15. Obituary Mary Ann Potts

Burial of a maternal grandmotherMary Ann Kennedy
June 7, 1918 (aged 30 years)

Note: Mary Ann Potts; DOB 1830?; DOD 5 June 1918; Age 88; Buried Lue ; father, Donald; mother, Seily
MarriageMarjory Nellie Lola TarrantView this family
February 25, 1920 (aged 32 years)
Note: Weddings

Weddings RYAN - TARRANT. A very pretty wedding was solemnised at St. John's Church of England yesterday afternoon, when the Rev. Canon Dunstan united in the holy bonds of matrimony William J. Ryan, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ryan, of Havilah, and Marjorie Nellie ("Lola"), youngest daughter of Mrs. J. Tarrant, of Market-street, Mudgee. The bride entered the church on the arm of her bRother, Mr. T. Tarrant, who gave her away. She was gowned in white ninon voile, trimmed with lace, and wore a train and the customary wreath and veil, and carried a magnificent bouquet of flowers, from Searls, Ltd., Sydney. The bride had been dressed by Miss Nora Stapleton. The bridesmaids were Miss Olive Ryan, (sister of the bridegroom) and Miss Alma Marks. Miss Ryan wore an elegant gown of heliotrope silk muslin, with lace trimmings, and black hat, touched with heliotrope. Miss Marks' dress was pale pink silk muslin and lace. Each bridesmaid carried a bouquet of red carnations and wore a black tulle hat with streamers. Mrs. Tarrant (bride's mother) was attired in a dress of silk voile, with heliotrope trimmings, carried a bouquet of purple asters, and wore a hat to match. Miss S. Conn (aunt of the bride) wore a dress of crepe de chine, and carried a bouquet of pink and pale blue asters, and had a hat to match. Mrs. A. McKellar (Coolah) (cousin of the bride) was dressed in a gown of brown crepe de chine, and wore a pink hat. The bridegroom's mother was attired in navy blue silk. Mr. Ernest Ryan (bRother of the bridegroom) was best man, and Mr. William Barton was groomsman. The bridegroom's present to the bride was a handsome diamond brooch, and the bride's present to the bridegroom a pair of gold sleeve links. The bridegroom's presents to the bridesmaids were handsome silver bags. The wedding breakfast was served at Miss Conn's rooms. The Rev. Canon Dunstan presided at the breakfast, at which the usual toasts were honored. A table was very heavily laden with a handsome collection of numerous and costly presents. Amongst these was a fine silver cake basket, and a set of silver afternoon tea forks, presented by the employees of Messrs. W. Kellett and Sons, and also a hand some wicker afternoon tea table from the firm of W. Kellett and Sons. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan left by last evening's train for Sydney, where the honeymoon will be spent, after which they will return to Havilah, their future home. The bride's travelling dress was a gown of nattier blue, with old rose trimmings, and hat to match. The bride was very popular, and was held in the very highest esteem by her numerous Mudgee and district friends. The esteem in which the bride was held by her friends was expressed on Saturday afternoon, when a large number of her friends assembled at Miss Conn's refreshment rooms, where she was entertained at afternoon tea and presented with a handsome silver flower stand. All present had their photos taken. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 26 February 1920, p. 19. Wedding Ryan and Tarrant

Death of a paternal grandmotherRebecca Jolly
August 8, 1921 (aged 33 years) Age: 71
Note: DEATHS

DEATHS MALVERN. - August 8, at her residence, Bouronia, Inverness-avenue, Penshurst, Rebecca Malvern, beloved wife of Mr. John B. Malvern, in her 72nd year. Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 11 August 1921, p. 6. Death Rebecca Malvern

Note: DEATH OF MRS. MALVERN.

DEATH OF MRS. MALVERN. The death occurred at Penshurst, Sydney, recently of Mrs. Rebecca Malvern, wife of Mr. John B. Malvern, a former very old and esteemed resident of Mudgee and Havilah. The deceased, who had attained a good old age, succumbed to pneumonia, supervening on influenza. The late Mrs. Malvern, together with her husband, lived on Havilah estate for nearly 30 years. The following children survive: - Messrs. J. Ryan (stepson), William (Bristowe, Lue), Ellis (Havilah), Harry (Havilah), James and Robert (Sydney), Arthur (Queensland), and Mesdames Vincent (Hurstville), Barton (Havilah), A. Keech (Lithgow) and Percy Wurth (Sydney). Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 13 October 1921, p. 15. Obituary Rebecca Malvern

Burial of a paternal grandmotherRebecca Jolly
August 11, 1921 (aged 33 years)
Note: FUNERALS

FUNERALS MALVERN. - The Friends and Relations of Mr. JOHN B. MALVERN and FAMILY are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved WIFE and MOTHER; to leave their residence, Inverness-avenue, Penshurst, TO-DAY, THURSDAY, at 2 p.m. sharp for Sutherland Cemetery. WM. ALLERDICE, Undertaker, Tel., 156 Kog. Hurstville. Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 11 August 1921, p. 5. Funeral Rebecca Malvern

Note: Rebecca Malvern; DOB 1846?; DOD 10 Aug 1921; Age 75; dau/John; w/John Barker; Buried Woronora Memori…

Rebecca Malvern; DOB 1846?; DOD 10 Aug 1921; Age 75; dau/John; w/John Barker; Buried Woronora Memorial Park, Pbn Y Plot 0054

Death of a sisterMary A Ryan
1927 (aged 39 years)

Farewelled September 20, 1928 (aged 40 years)

Note: Farewelled

Farewelled MR AND MRS W. RYAN. On Thursday night, September 13, the shearers’ quarters were taxed to their utmost capacity, when the friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ryan, of Havilah, assembled to bid them farewell. The proceedings took the usual form of dancing, speeches, songs and ample refreshments which were characterised throughout by an atmosphere of spontaneity and goodwill. Mr. Ryan, who has been on Havilah Station some twenty-six years, is leaving to take on the management of Keelendi Station, near Pilliga. That both his and Mrs. Ryan's departure from the Mudgee district will be deeply regretted, goes without saying. Mr D. Bayliss presided and after the customary toasts had been honored Mr. S. Smede presented Mrs. Ryan with a xylonite toilet set, and Mr. Ryan with a leather suitcase, for which Mr. Ryan returned thanks and expressed regret at parting with so many old friends. After supper dancing was resumed and kept up till an early hour the following morning. Special thanks are due to Mrs. W. Malvern, Mrs. Maurice Walsh, the Misses Thompson, Mr. C. Wilson, and Mr. C. Pitt for supplying the music. The room was tastefully decorated, the arrangements generally, were beyond praise, and the Misses Smede and Cox and other ladies of Havilah, can be congratulated on organising a most enjoyable night’s entertainment. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 20 September 1928, p. 18. Farewelled Mr and Mrs W Ryan

Death of a fatherJohn William Ryan
February 19, 1936 (aged 48 years)

Note: DEATH

DEATH Mr. John Ryan THE death occurred in a local private hospital on Wednesday, of Mr. John Ryan, aged 71 years. Deceased had not been in the best of health for some time, but his end came as a shock to relatives and friends, as up till a day or two ago no serious symptoms had manifested themselves. Born in this district, the late Mr. Ryan was a fine type of man, and earned the respect of all classes of the community. He entered the service of the White family at Havilah at an early age, and remained in their employ until about two years ago, when he came to Mudgee to live. He occupied the highly responsible position of sheep overseer for a lengthy period, and enjoyed the confidence of his employer. He is survived by a widow and family of two sons and three daughters, viz., William (Keelendi), Ernest (Yarrabin), Mrs. E. Merson (Havilah), Mrs. Smith (Mudgee), and Ollie (Mudgee). The following step-bers and sisters also survive: Messrs. W. J. Malvern (Lue), Harry (Mudgee), James (Arncliffe), Robert (Ascot), Arthur (Coolah), Mrs. Vincent (Hurstville), Mrs. Barton (Havilah), Mrs. Keech (Concord), and Mrs. Wurth (Concord). The funeral took place to the Church of England portion of the cemetery this afternoon, and many friends from near and far attended to pay their last sad tribute of respect. Messrs. J. C. Swords and Son had charge of the arrangements. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 20 February 1936, p. 8. Obituary John Ryan

Burial of a fatherJohn William Ryan
February 20, 1936 (aged 48 years)
Note: John William Ryan; DOB 1863?; DOD 19 Feb 1936; Age 72; Buried Mudgee, Ang Row K; h/Emma Jane, father…

John William Ryan; DOB 1863?; DOD 19 Feb 1936; Age 72; Buried Mudgee, Ang Row K; h/Emma Jane, father; Father, Thomas Hart; Mother, Emma Jane Potts

Burial of a motherEmma Jane Potts
1943 (aged 55 years)
Note: Emma Jane Ryan (Potts); DOB 1868; DOD 15 Aug 1943; Buried Mudgee Ang K; mother; Father, William; Mot…

Emma Jane Ryan (Potts); DOB 1868; DOD 15 Aug 1943; Buried Mudgee Ang K; mother; Father, William; Mother Mary Anne Kennedy; Spouse, John William

Death of a motherEmma Jane Potts
1943 (aged 55 years)

Death of a brotherEllis Ernest Ryan
August 3, 1953 (aged 65 years)

Death October 17, 1959 (aged 71 years)

Note: DEATHS

DEATHS RYAN, William John. - October 17, 1959, of 39 Clarinda Street, Parkes, formerly of Kellendi and Willandra Stations, beloved husband of Lola Ryan and loved father of Nancy, Pat, Nola, Max, Bill and Harry. At rest. Sydney Morning Herald, Monday 19 October 1959, p. 22. Obituary William John Ryan

Burial 1959 (0 after death)
Note: William John Ryan; DOB 1888?; DOD 17 Oct 1959; Age 71; Buried Parkes, Ang Old; Row FN; Spouse, Marjo…

William John Ryan; DOB 1888?; DOD 17 Oct 1959; Age 71; Buried Parkes, Ang Old; Row FN; Spouse, Marjorie Nellie

Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage Marriage1887
2 years
himself
18881959
Birth: 1888 22 20
Death: October 17, 1959
3 years
younger sister
18901975
Birth: 1890 24 22
Death: May 9, 1975
5 years
younger sister
18941981
Birth: 1894 28 26
Death: January 14, 1981
4 years
younger brother
18971953
Birth: 1897 31 29
Death: August 3, 1953
15 years
younger sister
sister
Family with Marjory Nellie Lola Tarrant
himself
18881959
Birth: 1888 22 20
Death: October 17, 1959
wife
18971973
Birth: 1897 36
Death: August 2, 1973
Marriage MarriageFebruary 25, 1920St John the Baptist Church, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage

Weddings RYAN - TARRANT. A very pretty wedding was solemnised at St. John's Church of England yesterday afternoon, when the Rev. Canon Dunstan united in the holy bonds of matrimony William J. Ryan, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Ryan, of Havilah, and Marjorie Nellie ("Lola"), youngest daughter of Mrs. J. Tarrant, of Market-street, Mudgee. The bride entered the church on the arm of her bRother, Mr. T. Tarrant, who gave her away. She was gowned in white ninon voile, trimmed with lace, and wore a train and the customary wreath and veil, and carried a magnificent bouquet of flowers, from Searls, Ltd., Sydney. The bride had been dressed by Miss Nora Stapleton. The bridesmaids were Miss Olive Ryan, (sister of the bridegroom) and Miss Alma Marks. Miss Ryan wore an elegant gown of heliotrope silk muslin, with lace trimmings, and black hat, touched with heliotrope. Miss Marks' dress was pale pink silk muslin and lace. Each bridesmaid carried a bouquet of red carnations and wore a black tulle hat with streamers. Mrs. Tarrant (bride's mother) was attired in a dress of silk voile, with heliotrope trimmings, carried a bouquet of purple asters, and wore a hat to match. Miss S. Conn (aunt of the bride) wore a dress of crepe de chine, and carried a bouquet of pink and pale blue asters, and had a hat to match. Mrs. A. McKellar (Coolah) (cousin of the bride) was dressed in a gown of brown crepe de chine, and wore a pink hat. The bridegroom's mother was attired in navy blue silk. Mr. Ernest Ryan (bRother of the bridegroom) was best man, and Mr. William Barton was groomsman. The bridegroom's present to the bride was a handsome diamond brooch, and the bride's present to the bridegroom a pair of gold sleeve links. The bridegroom's presents to the bridesmaids were handsome silver bags. The wedding breakfast was served at Miss Conn's rooms. The Rev. Canon Dunstan presided at the breakfast, at which the usual toasts were honored. A table was very heavily laden with a handsome collection of numerous and costly presents. Amongst these was a fine silver cake basket, and a set of silver afternoon tea forks, presented by the employees of Messrs. W. Kellett and Sons, and also a hand some wicker afternoon tea table from the firm of W. Kellett and Sons. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan left by last evening's train for Sydney, where the honeymoon will be spent, after which they will return to Havilah, their future home. The bride's travelling dress was a gown of nattier blue, with old rose trimmings, and hat to match. The bride was very popular, and was held in the very highest esteem by her numerous Mudgee and district friends. The esteem in which the bride was held by her friends was expressed on Saturday afternoon, when a large number of her friends assembled at Miss Conn's refreshment rooms, where she was entertained at afternoon tea and presented with a handsome silver flower stand. All present had their photos taken. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 26 February 1920, p. 19. Wedding Ryan and Tarrant

Farewelled

Farewelled MR AND MRS W. RYAN. On Thursday night, September 13, the shearers’ quarters were taxed to their utmost capacity, when the friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ryan, of Havilah, assembled to bid them farewell. The proceedings took the usual form of dancing, speeches, songs and ample refreshments which were characterised throughout by an atmosphere of spontaneity and goodwill. Mr. Ryan, who has been on Havilah Station some twenty-six years, is leaving to take on the management of Keelendi Station, near Pilliga. That both his and Mrs. Ryan's departure from the Mudgee district will be deeply regretted, goes without saying. Mr D. Bayliss presided and after the customary toasts had been honored Mr. S. Smede presented Mrs. Ryan with a xylonite toilet set, and Mr. Ryan with a leather suitcase, for which Mr. Ryan returned thanks and expressed regret at parting with so many old friends. After supper dancing was resumed and kept up till an early hour the following morning. Special thanks are due to Mrs. W. Malvern, Mrs. Maurice Walsh, the Misses Thompson, Mr. C. Wilson, and Mr. C. Pitt for supplying the music. The room was tastefully decorated, the arrangements generally, were beyond praise, and the Misses Smede and Cox and other ladies of Havilah, can be congratulated on organising a most enjoyable night’s entertainment. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 20 September 1928, p. 18. Farewelled Mr and Mrs W Ryan

Death

DEATHS RYAN, William John. - October 17, 1959, of 39 Clarinda Street, Parkes, formerly of Kellendi and Willandra Stations, beloved husband of Lola Ryan and loved father of Nancy, Pat, Nola, Max, Bill and Harry. At rest. Sydney Morning Herald, Monday 19 October 1959, p. 22. Obituary William John Ryan

Burial

William John Ryan; DOB 1888?; DOD 17 Oct 1959; Age 71; Buried Parkes, Ang Old; Row FN; Spouse, Marjorie Nellie