Lucy Murray, 1960

Name
Lucy /Murray/
Given names
Lucy
Surname
Murray
Married name
Lucy /Weis/
MarriageNicholas WeisView this family
1893

Birth of a daughterVera May Weis
1894

Birth of a daughterEdith Lucy Weis
1895

Birth of a sonClarence Walter Weis
1898

Birth of a daughterDoris Maria Catherine Weis
1900

Birth of a daughterDaisy Kathleen Weis
1903

Birth of a daughterIvy Eunice Weis
1908

Birth of a sonOswald N Weis
1914

Death of a sonOswald N Weis
1914

Marriage of a childWalter W LewisVera May WeisView this family
1918

Marriage of a childMorien MorganEdith Lucy WeisView this family
1923

Marriage of a childJames Boothby WattsDoris Maria Catherine WeisView this family
July 19, 1924

Note: Wedding Bells

Wedding Bells BOOTHBY-WATTS - WEISS. A quiet and pretty wedding was celebrated at Campsie on Saturday, July 19, by the Rev. G. M. Bull, when Doris, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Weis, of "Fairfield," Dunedoo, was married to James, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Boothby-Watts, of Tyndale, Clarence River. The bride who, in the absence of her father was given away by her brother-in-law, Mr. W. Lewis, was charmingly attired in a draped frock of white morocain, caught at the side with a diamond buckle and wore the customary wreath and veil. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses, sweet peas, and lilies of the valley which, with a diamond brooch, were the gifts of the bridegroom. The bridesmaid, Miss Daisy Weis, wore blue georgette and carried a posy of pink carnations and sweet peas which with a xylonite set, were the gifts of the groom. The bridegroom was attended by Mr. Cecil Lascelles, of Bondi. The bride's gift to the bridegroom was a gold watch, suitably inscribed. Mrs. W. Lewis, who was attired in a brown morocain frock, received the guests at her home where the reception was held. After the usual toasts had been honored the happy couple left by the evening train for Katoomba, where the honeymoon is being spent, the bride travelling in a navy-tailored frock and hat to match. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 14 August 1924, p. 26. Watts Weis Wedding

Marriage of a childCarl Victor Cyril RothDaisy Kathleen WeisView this family
1933

Death of a husbandNicholas Weis
July 30, 1938 Age: 72
Note: OBITUARY

OBITUARY Mr. Nicholas Weis Mr. Nicholas Weis, father of Mrs. Morien Morgan, of Dunedoo, died in the Gulgong District Hospital on Saturday night, after an illness extending over three weeks Mr. Weis, who was aged 72 years, was the victim of pneumonia, later contracting pleurisy. Deceased was born at Uarbry in the year 1885. He came to "Fairfield" in the year 1890. The property at that time was mainly scrub, and deceased was one of the first settlers in the locality. After effecting many improvements, he was one of the first to introduce lucerne growing in the Dunedoo district. The property is now mainly cleared and is regarded as one of the first-class holdings in the district. The improvements which have been effected can be attributed to the untiring energy and ceaseless toil of the late Mr. Weis. He was a man of a somewhat retiring disposition, devoted to his home and family, but was sincere in all his dealings with his neighbors. Though Mr. Weis was not often seen in public, he took a keen interest in the progress of the Dunedoo district. Those who were closely associated with him found him a trustworthy and upright man, whose code was a strict adherence to truthfulness. Mr. Weis had been married 45 years. He is survived by his widow and five daughters and one son, viz., Vera (Mrs. W. Lewis, of Campsie), Edith (Mrs. M. Morgan, Dunedoo), Doris (Hurlstone Park), Daisy (Mrs. C. Roth, Mudgee), Ivy (Mrs. R. K. McAIpine, McLean), and Clarence (Dunedoo). Other relatives are: Mrs. H. Roth (sister Mudgee), Mrs. W. Scott (sister, Gulgong), Mrs. T. Haynes (sister, Cassilis), Mr. W. Weis (brother, Uarbry), Messrs. D. McMaster, W. McMaster, and I. Weis (nephews). The sympathy of the whole district is extended to the sorrowing relatives. The funeral, which was a large one, and representative of the district, left the Dunedoo Church of England on Monday afternoon at 2.15 p.m. The remains were laid to rest in the Church of England portion of the Dunedoo cemetery, the last sad rites at the graveside being performed by the Rev. L. V. Caldwell, of Gulgong. The Rev. Mr. Caldwell conducted both services in the absence of the Rev. R. Douglas, of Coolah, who had arranged to conduct a confirmation service at Merrygoen. Pall bearers were Messrs. O. L. Milling, Frank Rhodes, Keith and Edison Rowbotham. Among the many beautiful wreaths laid on the grave were those from the following:- Mrs. N. Weis and family; Susan; grand-children Joan, Ivy, and Betty; Mr. Clarrie Weis; W.M., officers, and brethren of Lodge Dunedoo 647; Mrs. C. H. Roth and family; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Roth and family; Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Milling and family; Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Leeson; Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Croft and family; Mr. and Mrs. David Kemp; Mr. P. F. Barrett; Mrs. B. J. Egan (Gulgong), Mr. R. S. Bayliss, of Gulgong, was the undertaker. To the relatives and friends of deceased, the "Guardian" extends deep sympathy. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 4 August 1938, p. 8. Nicholas Weis Obituary

Death March 28, 1960
Note: DEATHS

DEATHS WEIS, Lucy. - March 28, 1960, at her residence “Fairfield” Dunedoo, widow of Nicholas and mother of Vera (Mrs. W. Lewis, Campsie), Edith (Mrs. N. Morgan, Dunedoo), Clarence (Dunedoo), Doris (Mrs. E. Knight, Wahroonga), Daisy (Mrs. D. Roth, Turramurra), and Ivy (Mrs. R. McAlpine, of Newcastle), aged 91 years. At rest. Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 30 March 1960, p. 52. Lucy Weis Death

Burial March 30, 1960 (2 days after death)
Note: FUNERALS

FUNERALS WEIS. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. Lucy Weis, of Fairfield, Dunedoo, will leave the Dunedoo Church of England after a service at 3 o’clock This Wednesday afternoon for the Dunedoo Cemetery. C. J. Shakespeare & Sons, Funeral Directors, Phone 2567 Dunedoo. Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 30 March 1960, p. 52. Lucy Weis Funeral

Family with Nicholas Weis
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Death

DEATHS WEIS, Lucy. - March 28, 1960, at her residence “Fairfield” Dunedoo, widow of Nicholas and mother of Vera (Mrs. W. Lewis, Campsie), Edith (Mrs. N. Morgan, Dunedoo), Clarence (Dunedoo), Doris (Mrs. E. Knight, Wahroonga), Daisy (Mrs. D. Roth, Turramurra), and Ivy (Mrs. R. McAlpine, of Newcastle), aged 91 years. At rest. Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 30 March 1960, p. 52. Lucy Weis Death

Burial

FUNERALS WEIS. - The Funeral of the late Mrs. Lucy Weis, of Fairfield, Dunedoo, will leave the Dunedoo Church of England after a service at 3 o’clock This Wednesday afternoon for the Dunedoo Cemetery. C. J. Shakespeare & Sons, Funeral Directors, Phone 2567 Dunedoo. Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 30 March 1960, p. 52. Lucy Weis Funeral