George Henry Mansfield, 1945

Name
George Henry /Mansfield/
Given names
George Henry
Surname
Mansfield
MarriageMaria SaisellView this family
1890

Birth of a sonHerbert Charles Mansfield
1891

Birth of a sonArchibald Henry Mansfield
1892

Birth of a sonErnest William Mansfield
1894

Birth of a daughterFlorence May Mansfield
1896

Birth of a daughterHarriet Maud Mansfield
1898

Birth of a sonAllan Harold Mansfield
1900

Birth of a daughterGladys Pearl Mansfield
1906

Craboon to Mudgee February 13, 1913

Note: Craboon

Craboon (From Our Correspondent). Mr. G Mansfield, who has sold his farm to Mr. Miller, has removed his family to Mudgee where he intends to reside. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 13 February 1913, p. 28. Craboon to Mudgee George Mansfield

Marriage of a childHenry T BateFlorence May MansfieldView this family
April 3, 1918
Note: Wedding.

Wedding. BATES - MANSFIELD The marriage took place at St. John's Church of England, Mudgee, yesterday (the Rev. Canon W. J. Dunstan officiating) of Mr. H. F. Bates, of the Railway Department, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bates, of Stanmore, and Miss Florence May, daughter of Mrs. G. H. Mansfield, of Mudgee. Mr. Ernest Mansfield, bRother of the bride, was best man, and Miss Amy Bates (sister of the bridegroom) and Miss Maud Mansfield (sister of the bride) were bridesmaids. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 4 April 1918, p. 18. Wedding Bates and Mansfield

Note: Wedding.

Wedding. BATE - MANSFIELD. A very pretty wedding was celebrated at St John's Church of England, Mudgee, by the Rev. Canon W. J. Dunstan, on April ?. The bride was Florence May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Mansfield, of Mudgee, and the bridegroom Mr. H. S. Bate, second son of Mr. Bate, of Stanmore, Sydney. The bride was given away by her ?. The bridesmaids were Miss Amy. Bate (sister of the bridegroom) and Miss Maud Mansfield (sister of the bride). The best man was Mr. E. Mansfield, while Mr. A. Bate groomsman. The bride wore a ? crepe de chine gown with ? train and ?. The bridesmaids wore white crepe de chine and tulle. The bridegroom's present to the bride was a diamond brooch, and that of the bride to the groom a pair of gold sleeve links. Gold pendants were given to the bridesmaids. The breakfast was held at the residence of the bride's parents, after which the happy couple left on the evening train for Katoomba, where the honeymoon will be spent. Mudgee Guardian, Monday 8 April 1918, p. 1. Wedding Bate and Mansfield

Marriage of a childHerbert Charles MansfieldUna M DawsonView this family
June 26, 1920
Note: MANSFIELD - DAWSON.

MANSFIELD - DAWSON. A quiet but pretty wedding was celebrated at the Church of England, Five Dock, on June 26, when Mr. H. C. Mansfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Mansfield, of Inglis-street, Mudgee, was married to Miss Una Dawson, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Dawson, of Five Dock, late of Putta Bucca, Mudgee. The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a dress of ivory crepe-de-chene, trimmed with real Maltese lace, and wore also the customary wreath and veil. Miss DoRothy Dawson (sister of the bride) was bridesmaid. She wore a voile dress trimmed with filet lace and insertion, and a Nellie Stewart bangle, the gift of the bridegroom. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a silver backed brush and comb and mirror, and the bride's gift to the bridegroom was a set of military brushes and a pair of gold sleeve links. Mr. Cyril Dawson was best man. After the ceremony an adjournment was made to the residence of the bride's parents, where the wedding breakfast was held and the usual toasts were honored. After the breakfast Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield motored to Sydney, where the honeymoon was spent. The bride's travelling dress was a mole coat and skirt and cream velour hat. Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield's future home is in Mudgee. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 8 July 1920, p. 9. Wedding Mansfield and Dawson

Marriage of a childArchibald Henry MansfieldMinnie GardinerView this family
April 30, 1921
Note: Wedding.

Wedding. MANSFIELD - GARDINER. A quiet wedding was celebrated at St. Johns Church of England, on Saturday last, by the Rev. R. C. Johnston, the contracting parties being Mr. A. H. Mansfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Mansfield, Mudgee, and Miss Minnie Gardiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner, Dubbo. Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield's home will be in Mudgee. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 5 May 1921, p. 13. Wedding Mansfield and Gardiner

Death of a fatherFrederick Mansfield
March 29, 1922

Note: OBITUARY.

OBITUARY. Word was received in Mudgee yesterday that Mr. Mansfield, father of Mr. G. Mansfield, of Mudgee, had died suddenly at Maryvale, near Sydney. Mr. Mansfield left Mudgee last night to attend the funeral. The deceased was a very old and respected resident of Tallawang. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 30 March 1922, p. 9. Obituary Frederick Mansfield

Marriage of a childLindsay Stanley GreenHarriet Maud MansfieldView this family
September 6, 1923
Note: GREEN - MANSFIELD.

GREEN - MANSFIELD. This afternoon, at St. John's Church, the wedding was celebrated of Miss Maud Elliott Mansfield, of Mudgee, and Mr. Stanley Green, of Craboon. The Rev. Canon Parr officiated. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 6 September 1923, p. 11. Wedding Green and Mansfield

Note: GREEN - MANSFIELD.

GREEN - MANSFIELD. A wedding was celebrated in St. John's Church of England, Mudgee, on September 6, the contracting parties being Lindsay Stanley, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Green, of Denison Town, Craboon, and Maud Harriett, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Mansfield, of Mudgee. The bride, who was given away by her bRother, Mr. Archie Mansfield, was prettily gowned in white crepe de chene and georgette, trimmed with silver beads, and wore a hat to match. The bridesmaid was Miss Gladys Mansfield, sister of the bride. She wore a becoming dress of pale pink fuji silk, with hat to match. The bridegroom was supported by Mr. Allan Mansfield as best man. The bride's gift to the groom was a xylonite brush and comb. The bridegroom's gift to the bride was a gold brooch set with diamonds, and to the bridesmaid a gold brooch. A reception was held at the residence of the bride's parents, where the usual toasts were honored. Later the happy couple left for Sydney by the evening train. The bride travelled in navy serge tailor-made costume, with hat to match. Mr. and Mrs. Green's future home will be at Craboon. Mudgee Guardian, Monday 10 September 1923, p. 11. Wedding Green and Mansfield

Death of a sonHerbert Charles Mansfield
1935

Burial of a sonHerbert Charles Mansfield
April 20, 1935

Note: MANSFIELD. - The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. UNA M. MANSFIELD and FAMILY, of 17 Bruce avenue, Gord…

MANSFIELD. - The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. UNA M. MANSFIELD and FAMILY, of 17 Bruce avenue, Gordon, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly beloved HUSBAND and their FATHER, Herbert Charles Mansfield, to leave the Kinsela Chapels, Oxford street, Taylor square, Darlinghurst, THIS SATURDAY, at 10.15 a.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Northern Suburbs. CHARLES KINSELA. Motor Funeral Director. Oxford street, Taylor square, Darlinghurst. Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 20 April 1935, p. 9. Funeral Herbert Charles Mansfield

Death March 27, 1945

Note: DEATH

DEATH Mr. G. H. Mansfield The death occurred in Mudgee Hospital on Tuesday morning of Mr. George Henry Mansfield, aged 78 years. Deceased had resided in the district for practically a lifetime, and in the days before motor transport took possession of the roads he was engaged in carrying operations. He took a justifiable pride in his team, which was rightly regarded as one the finest in the district. A man of sturdy, independent character, he won the respect of his fellows, and his passing will be generally regretted. He is survived by a widow and family of sons and daughters, to whom deep sympathy is extended. After an impressive service in St. John's Church of England, the funeral took place on Wednesday, the Rev. Canon Powell officiating. The arrangements were in the hands of Messrs. J. C. Swords and Son. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 29 March 1945, p. 2. Obituary George Henry Mansfield

Family with parents
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Family with Maria Saisell
himself
wife
Marriage Marriage1890
2 years
son
18911935
Birth: 1891
Death: 1935
2 years
son
18921968
Birth: 1892
Death: 1968
3 years
son
18941958
Birth: 1894
Death: November 13, 1958
3 years
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3 years
daughter
3 years
son
7 years
daughter
Craboon to Mudgee

Craboon (From Our Correspondent). Mr. G Mansfield, who has sold his farm to Mr. Miller, has removed his family to Mudgee where he intends to reside. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 13 February 1913, p. 28. Craboon to Mudgee George Mansfield

Death

DEATH Mr. G. H. Mansfield The death occurred in Mudgee Hospital on Tuesday morning of Mr. George Henry Mansfield, aged 78 years. Deceased had resided in the district for practically a lifetime, and in the days before motor transport took possession of the roads he was engaged in carrying operations. He took a justifiable pride in his team, which was rightly regarded as one the finest in the district. A man of sturdy, independent character, he won the respect of his fellows, and his passing will be generally regretted. He is survived by a widow and family of sons and daughters, to whom deep sympathy is extended. After an impressive service in St. John's Church of England, the funeral took place on Wednesday, the Rev. Canon Powell officiating. The arrangements were in the hands of Messrs. J. C. Swords and Son. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 29 March 1945, p. 2. Obituary George Henry Mansfield