Henry Havilah Malvern, 18811939 (aged 58 years)

Name
Henry Havilah /Malvern/
Given names
Henry Havilah
Surname
Malvern
Birth 1881 41

Birth of a brotherJames Samson Malvern
1883 (aged 2 years)

Birth of a brotherMatthew Malvern
1883 (aged 2 years)

Birth of a brotherArthur Cleve Malvern
1885 (aged 4 years)

Birth of a brotherJubilee Malvern
1887 (aged 6 years)

Birth of a sisterJane Maria Malvern
1888 (aged 7 years)

MarriageEthel May HighfieldView this family
February 19, 1907 (aged 26 years)
Note: A Rylstone Wedding.

A Rylstone Wedding. Rylstone was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Tuesday last, when the Rev. F. J. Harris united in the holy bonds of wedlock Mr. Henry Havilah Malvern, of Havilah, third son of Mr. Malvern, formerly of Havilah, and now of Campbell Town, and Miss Ethel May, fifth daughter of Mr. R. T. Highfield, of Rylstone. The ceremony was performed in St. James' Church of England. The happy couple left for Sydney by the evening train to spend the honeymoon. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 21 February 1907, p. 13. Wedding Malvern and Highfield

Birth of a daughterThelma H Malvern
1908 (aged 27 years)

Birth of a sonEric Thomas Malvern
1909 (aged 28 years)

Birth of a sonDouglas S Henry Malvern
1910 (aged 29 years)

Birth of a sonJohn Barker Malvern
March 23, 1912 (aged 31 years)

Birth of a sonFrederick Robert Malvern
1915 (aged 34 years)

Death of a motherRebecca Jolly
August 8, 1921 (aged 40 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 motherRebecca Jolly
August 11, 1921 (aged 40 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 fatherJohn Barker Malvern
January 15, 1933 (aged 52 years) Age: 93

Note: DEATHS

DEATHS Mr. John Malvern A very well-known former resident of Mudgee, Mr. John Barker Malvern, died at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. J. Vincent, Hurstville, on Sunday night at the age of 93. The deceased spent a great part of his life in the Mudgee district, where he was held in great esteem by all who came in contact with him. Born in Worcestershire, England, he came to Australia as a boy. While still a young man he came to Mudgee and married. He was on the gold diggings in the district for about nine years, and worked at Havilah for 25 years. The late Mr. Malvern was recognised as being one of the best shearers in the district. The deceased is survived by four daughters, six sons and one step-son, all of whom are known in Mudgee. The sons are William (Lue), Ellis (Havilah), Henry (Mudgee), James (Arncliffe), Arthur (Coolah), Robert (Mascot), and Jack Ryan, stepson (Havilah). The daughters are Mrs. S. Vincent (Hurstville), Mrs. J. Barton (Havilah), Mrs. Keech (Concord), and Mrs. Worth (Concord). The funeral took place on Tuesday at Sutherland, and was well attended by friends and relatives. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 19 January 1933, p. 6. Obituary John Barker Malvern

Burial of a fatherJohn Barker Malvern
January 17, 1933 (aged 52 years)
Note: FUNERALS

FUNERALS MALVERN. - The Relatives and Friends of the late JOHN BARKER MALVERN are invited to attend his Funeral; which will leave his late residence, 120 Hudson-street, Hurstville, THIS TUESDAY at 1.45 p.m., for the Presbyterian Cemetery, Woronora, via Hurstville station. CHARLES KINSELA, Motor Funeral Director. 'Phone, LW1064. Forest-road, Hurstville. Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 17 January 1933, p. 7. Funeral John Barker Malvern

Note: John Barker Malvern; DOB 1840?; DOD 15 Jan 1933; Age 93; Buried Woronora Memorial Park, Pbn Y, Plot…

John Barker Malvern; DOB 1840?; DOD 15 Jan 1933; Age 93; Buried Woronora Memorial Park, Pbn Y, Plot 0054; father, Thomas Malvern; spouse, Rebecca Ryan

Death of a brotherEllis Malvern
1935 (aged 54 years)

Note: DEATH

DEATH Mr. Ellis Malvern THE death occurred in Sydney recently of Mr. Ellis Malvern, of Havilah, aged 55 years. Deceased, who was born on the old estate, lived there practically all his life, and was held in the very highest esteem by a great many people throughout the district. During the past four years he suffered greatly from hydatids, and underwent several operations in Sydney hospitals. The dread complaint gradually sapped his strength, and for some time previous to the end he was unable to leave his bed. By Mr. Malvern's passing the Mudgee district has lost a fine, upright citizen, and the deepest regret will be expressed on all sides. The funeral, which took place to the Church of England portion of the Havilah cemetery, was largely attended, friends being present from far and near to pay their last sad tribute of respect. The Rev. L. Walker officiated at the graveside. To the sorrowing widow, two sons, and one daughter, the sympathy of the whole countryside will be extended. The following bers and sisters are also left to mourn: William (Lue), Harry (Mudgee), James (Arncliffe), Arthur (Coolah), Robert (Mascot), Mrs. Vincent (Hurstville), Mrs. Barton (Havilah), Mrs. Keech (Concord), and Mrs. Wurth (Concord). Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 30 May 1935, p. 15. Obituary Ellis Malvern

Burial of a brotherEllis Malvern
May 1935 (aged 54 years)
Death of a half-brotherJohn William Ryan
February 19, 1936 (aged 55 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 half-brotherJohn William Ryan
February 20, 1936 (aged 55 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

Marriage of a childJohn Barker MalvernEdna Muriel NichollsView this family
1937 (aged 56 years)

Death of a sisterSarah Ann Malvern
May 1, 1939 (aged 58 years) Age: 67

Note: DEATHS.

DEATHS. VINCENT. - May 1, 1939, at Hurstville, Sarah Ann Vincent, late of 120 Hudson Street, Hurstville, dearly loved mother of Jack, Marie, and Estella, aged 67 years. Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 2 May 1939, p. 10. Death Sarah Ann Vincent

Burial of a sisterSarah Ann Malvern
May 3, 1939 (aged 58 years)
Note: FUNERALS

FUNERALS VINCENT. - The Relatives and Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. VINCENT, Mr. and Mrs. W. WARDROP and Mr. and Mrs. H. TAYLOR and their FAMILIES are invited to attend the Funeral of their dearly-loved MOTHER and GRANDMOTHER, Sarah Ann Vincent, which will leave her late residence, 120 Hudson street, Hurstville, THIS WEDNESDAY, after Service commencing at 1.45 p.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Waverley. J. and C. Hardy, A.F.D.A., Rockdale and Hurstville. Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 3 May 1939, p. 13. Funeral Sarah Ann Vincent

Ill June 15, 1939 (aged 58 years)

Note: Mainly About People

Mainly About People MUDGEE DISTRICT PERSONALITIES NEWS from Sydney is to the effect that the condition of Mr. Harry Malvern, formerly head gardener in Mudgee, is causing relatives and friends considerable concern. We sincerely trust that later reports will be of a more reassuring character. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 15 June 1939, p. 2. Ill Henry Malvern

Death August 16, 1939 (aged 58 years) Age: 57

Note: Mainly about People

Mainly about People MUDGEE DISTRICT PERSONALITIES THE sad news of the death of Mr. Harry Malvern was received in Mudgee with sincere expressions of regret. He was a fine type of citizen, and we could ill afford to lose him. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 17 August 1939, p. 2. Obituary Henry Malvern

Note: DEATH

DEATH Mr. H. Malvern THE death occurred at Summer Hill in the early hours of Wednesday morning of Mr. Harry Malvern, aged 57 years. Deceased, who resided in the Mudgee district for the greater part of his life, was a fine type of citizen, and his passing will be deeply mourned in very many homes. He came of a pioneer Havilah family, and his early days were spent in that locality. At a later period he was engaged as a gardener in other centres, but eventually returned to take charge of the beautiful gardens at the old home of the Whites. In 1926, from many applicants, he was selected as head gardener by the Mudgee Council, and soon Robertson park was transformed into a spot of rare beauty. He had an all-embracing knowledge of flowers, and, what was more, he loved his garden, and counted the time well spent in caring for his floral gems. He also supervised the layout of Lawson Park and railway gardens, and did the work with his usual thoroughness. Flower-lovers found in him a mine of information, and his advice on cultivation methods was given freely, with the result that Mudgee soon became a town noted for its gardens. In real truth, we are under a deep debt of gratitude to the late Barry Malvern, who helped more than any other citizen to make Mudgee flower-conscious. And what finer work could a man do. And he helped in many other directions, too. For a number of years he gave his services as judge of flower shows and garden competitions, and the Mudgee Agricultural Society and Education Department found in him a willing and skilful helper. He also assisted the Mudgee Bowling Club to build up its greens, and the members of that organisation are deeply grateful for the many favors received at his hands. Honest as the day, and with the gracious gift of doing the right thing at the right time, the late Harry Malvern naturally attracted and held the friendship of all worthy citizens, and his lamentable death having robbed them of a comrade who will be hard to replace. He had not enjoyed good health for a considerable period prior to his death, but in face of many difficulties, but strove with all his power to carry out his many duties. Several months ago he was granted leave by the council in the hope that he might recover his lost health, but, alas! nothing could be done to relieve him, and the end came as stated. He is survived by a sorrowing widow and the following son and daughters: - Douglas (Mudgee), Eric (Campbelltown), Fred (Summer Hill), Jack (Bondi), Mrs. Winfield (Havilah), and Elsie (Summer Hill). To the bereaved ones the deepest sympathy will be extended. They have lost one near and very dear to them, but they will find some consolation in the knowledge that their loved one has left behind him an honored name and a record of devoted service to the community. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 17 August 1939, p. 3. Obituary Henry Malvern

Note: OBITUARY

OBITUARY MR. H. MALVERN. The death occurred at Summer Hill recently of Mr. Harry Malvern, aged 57 years. Deceased, who resided in the Mudgee district for the greater part of his life, was a fine type of citizen, and his passing will be deeply mourned in very many homes. He came of a pioneer Havilah family, and his early days were spent in that locality. At a later period he was engaged as a gardener In other centres, but eventually returned to take charge of the beautiful gardens at the old home of the Whites. A widow and the following sons and daughters are left to mourn: Eric, Jack, Fred (Sydney), Douglas (Mudgee), Mrs. A. Winfield (Havilah School) and Elsie (Sydney) . His bers and sisters are: A. C. (Binnaway), William (Lue), James (Arncllffe), Robert (Sydney) and Mesdames Joseph Barton (Sydney) and Mrs. Percy Wurth (Sydney). The funeral took place in Sydney. North-Western Watchman, Thursday 31 August 1939, p. 10. Obituary Henry Malvern

Burial August 17, 1939 (1 day after death)
Note: FUNERALS.

FUNERALS. MALVERN. - The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. ETHEL MALVERN and FAMILY, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved HUSBAND and their FATHER, Henry Havilah: to leave Leslie S. Andrews's Funeral Chapel, 331 Liverpool Road, Ashfield, THIS DAY after service commencing at 10 a.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood. LESLIE S. ANDREWS, Ashfield, 'Phone, UA1025 (opposite Presbyterian Church). Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 17 August 1939, p. 9. Funeral Henry Havilah Malvern

Family with parents
father
18401933
Birth: about 1840Worcestershire, England, UK
Death: January 15, 1933
mother
1921
Death: August 8, 1921Bouronia, Inverness Avenue, Penshurst, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage MarriageFebruary 5, 1877St John the Baptist Church, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
-2 years
elder brother
18741949
Birth: 1874 34
Death: July 13, 1949Lewisham Hospital, Lewisham, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
elder sister
18761955
Birth: 1876 36
Death: June 22, 19558 Lea Avenue, Five Dock, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
elder sibling
sister
sister
1939
Death: May 1, 1939
elder brother
5 years
younger brother
1 year
younger brother
-11 months
himself
18811939
Birth: 1881 41
Death: August 16, 1939
5 years
younger brother
3 years
younger brother
18871955
Birth: 1887 47
Death: November 11, 195537 Orara Street, Waitara, New South Wales, Australia
2 years
younger sister
Mother’s family with Thomas Ryan
step-father
mother
1921
Death: August 8, 1921Bouronia, Inverness Avenue, Penshurst, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage MarriageNovember 4, 1865St John the Baptist Church, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
14 months
half-brother
Family with Ethel May Highfield
himself
18811939
Birth: 1881 41
Death: August 16, 1939
wife
18801955
Birth: 1880 37
Death: March 31, 1955The Oaks, Balgally Road, Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage MarriageFebruary 19, 1907Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia
23 months
daughter
2 years
son
2 years
son
2 years
son
19121989
Birth: March 23, 1912 31 32
Death: April 20, 1989
4 years
son
Marriage

A Rylstone Wedding. Rylstone was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Tuesday last, when the Rev. F. J. Harris united in the holy bonds of wedlock Mr. Henry Havilah Malvern, of Havilah, third son of Mr. Malvern, formerly of Havilah, and now of Campbell Town, and Miss Ethel May, fifth daughter of Mr. R. T. Highfield, of Rylstone. The ceremony was performed in St. James' Church of England. The happy couple left for Sydney by the evening train to spend the honeymoon. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 21 February 1907, p. 13. Wedding Malvern and Highfield

Ill

Mainly About People MUDGEE DISTRICT PERSONALITIES NEWS from Sydney is to the effect that the condition of Mr. Harry Malvern, formerly head gardener in Mudgee, is causing relatives and friends considerable concern. We sincerely trust that later reports will be of a more reassuring character. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 15 June 1939, p. 2. Ill Henry Malvern

Death

Mainly about People MUDGEE DISTRICT PERSONALITIES THE sad news of the death of Mr. Harry Malvern was received in Mudgee with sincere expressions of regret. He was a fine type of citizen, and we could ill afford to lose him. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 17 August 1939, p. 2. Obituary Henry Malvern

Death

DEATH Mr. H. Malvern THE death occurred at Summer Hill in the early hours of Wednesday morning of Mr. Harry Malvern, aged 57 years. Deceased, who resided in the Mudgee district for the greater part of his life, was a fine type of citizen, and his passing will be deeply mourned in very many homes. He came of a pioneer Havilah family, and his early days were spent in that locality. At a later period he was engaged as a gardener in other centres, but eventually returned to take charge of the beautiful gardens at the old home of the Whites. In 1926, from many applicants, he was selected as head gardener by the Mudgee Council, and soon Robertson park was transformed into a spot of rare beauty. He had an all-embracing knowledge of flowers, and, what was more, he loved his garden, and counted the time well spent in caring for his floral gems. He also supervised the layout of Lawson Park and railway gardens, and did the work with his usual thoroughness. Flower-lovers found in him a mine of information, and his advice on cultivation methods was given freely, with the result that Mudgee soon became a town noted for its gardens. In real truth, we are under a deep debt of gratitude to the late Barry Malvern, who helped more than any other citizen to make Mudgee flower-conscious. And what finer work could a man do. And he helped in many other directions, too. For a number of years he gave his services as judge of flower shows and garden competitions, and the Mudgee Agricultural Society and Education Department found in him a willing and skilful helper. He also assisted the Mudgee Bowling Club to build up its greens, and the members of that organisation are deeply grateful for the many favors received at his hands. Honest as the day, and with the gracious gift of doing the right thing at the right time, the late Harry Malvern naturally attracted and held the friendship of all worthy citizens, and his lamentable death having robbed them of a comrade who will be hard to replace. He had not enjoyed good health for a considerable period prior to his death, but in face of many difficulties, but strove with all his power to carry out his many duties. Several months ago he was granted leave by the council in the hope that he might recover his lost health, but, alas! nothing could be done to relieve him, and the end came as stated. He is survived by a sorrowing widow and the following son and daughters: - Douglas (Mudgee), Eric (Campbelltown), Fred (Summer Hill), Jack (Bondi), Mrs. Winfield (Havilah), and Elsie (Summer Hill). To the bereaved ones the deepest sympathy will be extended. They have lost one near and very dear to them, but they will find some consolation in the knowledge that their loved one has left behind him an honored name and a record of devoted service to the community. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 17 August 1939, p. 3. Obituary Henry Malvern

Death

OBITUARY MR. H. MALVERN. The death occurred at Summer Hill recently of Mr. Harry Malvern, aged 57 years. Deceased, who resided in the Mudgee district for the greater part of his life, was a fine type of citizen, and his passing will be deeply mourned in very many homes. He came of a pioneer Havilah family, and his early days were spent in that locality. At a later period he was engaged as a gardener In other centres, but eventually returned to take charge of the beautiful gardens at the old home of the Whites. A widow and the following sons and daughters are left to mourn: Eric, Jack, Fred (Sydney), Douglas (Mudgee), Mrs. A. Winfield (Havilah School) and Elsie (Sydney) . His bers and sisters are: A. C. (Binnaway), William (Lue), James (Arncllffe), Robert (Sydney) and Mesdames Joseph Barton (Sydney) and Mrs. Percy Wurth (Sydney). The funeral took place in Sydney. North-Western Watchman, Thursday 31 August 1939, p. 10. Obituary Henry Malvern

Burial

FUNERALS. MALVERN. - The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. ETHEL MALVERN and FAMILY, are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of her beloved HUSBAND and their FATHER, Henry Havilah: to leave Leslie S. Andrews's Funeral Chapel, 331 Liverpool Road, Ashfield, THIS DAY after service commencing at 10 a.m., for the Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood. LESLIE S. ANDREWS, Ashfield, 'Phone, UA1025 (opposite Presbyterian Church). Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 17 August 1939, p. 9. Funeral Henry Havilah Malvern