Julia Windle, 18781948 (aged 70 years)

Name
Julia /Windle/
Given names
Julia
Surname
Windle
Birth 1878

Marriage of parentsJohn WindleJulia BrownView this family
1878 (aged 0)

Birth of a sisterRose Windle
1880 (aged 2 years)

Birth of a brotherHenry Windle
1883 (aged 5 years)

Birth of a brotherJohn Thomas Windle
1885 (aged 7 years)

Birth of a sisterEmily Maude Windle
1888 (aged 10 years)

Birth of a sisterLilly May Windle
1890 (aged 12 years)

Birth of a brotherWilliam Nicholas Windle
1892 (aged 14 years)

Birth of a brotherEdward Joseph Windle
1895 (aged 17 years)

MarriageGodfrey Albert YoungView this family
1896 (aged 18 years)

Birth of a daughterViolet Rose Young
1897 (aged 19 years)

Birth of a daughterAlma V Young
1899 (aged 21 years)

Birth of a daughterEva May Young
1900 (aged 22 years)

Birth of a daughterGrace Lillian Young
1903 (aged 25 years)

Birth of a daughterKathleen Maud Young
1904 (aged 26 years)

Death of a brotherJohn Thomas Windle
1906 (aged 28 years)

Note: death from sunstroke has taken place at Rylstone, the victim being Mr. John Windle, junr., aged 21 y…

death from sunstroke has taken place at Rylstone, the victim being Mr. John Windle, junr., aged 21 years. Deceased leaves a wife and child (Molong Argus, Friday 14 December 1906, p.3).

Birth of a sonGodfrey Albert John Thomas Young
1907 (aged 29 years)

Marriage of a childGordon N GaddieAlma V YoungView this family
1914 (aged 36 years)

Marriage of a childJohn T CastledineViolet Rose YoungView this family
1915 (aged 37 years)

Marriage of a childJohn H TaylorKathleen Maud YoungView this family
1919 (aged 41 years)

Death of a daughterAlma V Young
1927 (aged 49 years)

Death of a fatherJohn Windle
June 10, 1932 (aged 54 years) Age: 80

Note: OBITUARY

OBITUARY The death of Mr. John Windle last Friday, from natural causes, at the ripe old age of 80 years, marks the passing of yet another of the staunch old pioneers of the Rylstone district, for Jack, as he was known by everyone within 100 miles radius of Rylstone, had lived here for over 60 years. Born at Bathurst in the 50's of last century, he lived in and around that district for a number of years, and following his occupation of general carrier, came to Rylstone as a young man of about 20, his wife accompanying him. Jack had, perhaps, the most intimate knowledge of the country throughout this district of any man who ever resided here, for his occupation as a carrier took him from Wallerawang to Bathurst, to Mudgee and all towns en route and across the ranges to Widden, where his two bullock teams were often to be seen hauling the heavy waggons filled with goods from the city on the up journey, and loaded high with farm produce on the return trip. One team was composed entirely of bald-faced bullocks, and a familiar sight for many years around Rylstone was the baldy team with Jack, a huge figure of a man, striding alongside the team swinging his long whip. Possessed of enormous physical strength, probably the strongest man in the town in his prime, a favorite pastime when in town was to visit one of the smithies' shops in Lue-street, and this scribe, as well as many others who saw him, can vouch for the following occurrences. In the shop stood an anvil weighing sightly over 3cwt., and Jack would take off his greenhide belt, pass it through the hole in the anvil and around the beak, and then placing his hands behind his back, he would take the belt in his teeth, and carry the anvil off its block and across the shop, leaving it there for the smith and his striker to replace as best they might. Deceased is survived by his widow and three sons, Messrs. Ted, Harry and Billy (a fourth son, Jack, being dead), and four daughters, Mesdames S. Morrison, S. Sampson, Godfrey Young and Bayliss, whilst Mrs. Windle, senr., the widow, resides at Kandos. Deceased was laid to rest in the Catholic portion of the Rylstone cemetery alongside his son, John, the Rev. Father King officiating, and a large number of mourners attended to pay their last respects to the old warrior. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 16 June 1932, p. 8. Obituary John Windle

Death of a husbandGodfrey Albert Young
November 18, 1934 (aged 56 years) Age: 62
Note: MERRIWA DISTRICT NEWS

MERRIWA DISTRICT NEWS (From our Representative). OBITUARY Mr. G. A. Young THERE passed away at his residence, Marquet street, recently a well-known resident in the person of Mr Godfrey Albert Young. Deceased, who was 62 years of age, was the son of the late Mr and Mrs James Young, of Cudgegong, and came to Merriwa to reside some 30 years ago. The late Mr Young had been in ill health for a period of about six years, and the end was not unexpected. The funeral, which was largely attended, was conducted by the Rev. C. Merton Brown, and the remains were laid to rest in the Church of England portion of the local cemetery. Deceased is survived by his widow, four daughters (Mrs. J. Castledine, Granville; Mrs. H. Baylies, Kandos; Mrs. J. D. Dunning, Rose Bay; Mrs. J. Taylor, Merriwa) and a son, Mr. R. Young, Merriwa. Another daughter, Mrs. Gaddy, of Parramatta, predeceased her father. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 27 December 1934, p. 9. Obituary Godfrey Albert Young

Death of a brotherEdward Joseph Windle
June 8, 1938 (aged 60 years)

Note: SAD DEATH

SAD DEATH Mr. 'Ted' Windle MR. Ted Windle, of Kandos. who was admitted to Rylstone District Hospital on Saturday last, suffering from pleurisy and pneumonia, died suddenly on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Windle, who was predeceased by hiss wife some two years ago, leaves a family of two married daughters, two girls and four young children (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Thursday 9 June 1938, page 7).

Death of a motherJulia Brown
April 10, 1945 (aged 67 years) Age: 89

Note: Kandos Pioneer Passes On

Kandos Pioneer Passes On Death of Granny Windle Kandos lost its oldest citizen on Tuesday when Granny Windle was called home. Deceased, who resided with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Windle, of Fleming Street, was in her 90th year. The late Mrs. Windle, sen., was a dear soul and was loved by all. Her life was spent in the service of the community. The funeral, which was largely attended, took place to the Catholic portion of the Rylstone Cemetery on Wednesday, the last sad rites being performed by the Rev. Father Kenefick. To the bereaved we extend our deepest sympathy. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 12 April 1945, p. 8. Death Julia Windle

Burial of a motherJulia Brown
1946 (aged 68 years)

Note: Headstone reads:

Headstone reads: In Loving Memory Of Julia Windle Died 10th April 1946, Aged 86 Years

John Windle Snr. Died 10th June 1932, Aged 80 Years

John Thomas Windle Died 6th Nov 1906, Aged 21 Years

Death September 13, 1948 (aged 70 years)

Note: MRS. JULIA YOUNG

MRS. JULIA YOUNG The death occurred on Monday night, at the residence of her son, Mr. Godfrey Albert Young, Merriwa, of Mrs. Julia Young, at the age of 69 years. Deceased, who was born of Rylstone, leaves a grown-up family of four daughters and one son. The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. Father Casey officiating. Further reference to the late Mrs. Young will be made in our next issue. Muswellbrook Chronicle, Friday 17 September 1948, p. 6. Death Julia Young

Note: DEATHS.

DEATHS. LATE MRS. JULIA YOUNG. As briefly recorded in our last issue, the death of Mrs. Julia Young occurred on Monday night of last week, at the home of her son, Mr. Godfrey Albert Young, Merriwa, at the age of 69 years. Deceased had been ailing for some months prior to her death. The late Mrs. Young was born at Rylstone, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Windle, and came to Merriwa to reside some 40 years ago. Her husband predeceased her in November, 1934. Deceased is survived by one son, Mr. Godfrey Albert ("Bob") Young, of Merriwa, and four daughters, Mrs. Violet Casteldine (Manly), Mrs. Eva May Bayliss (Croydon), Mrs. Grace Dunning (Turramurra), and Mrs. Kathleen Taylor (Newcastle), and 30 grandchildren. A devoted mother, the late Mrs. Young earned a reputation for her kindliness to all around her and will be missed by a large circle of friends. In her early days she was particularly fond of horses and participated in all kinds of sport. Mrs. S. Sampson (Rylstone), Mrs. Stan. Morrison (Gulgong) and Mrs. Arthur Bayliss (Bathurst) are sisters of deceased, and Mr. W. and Harry Windle (Rylstone) are bers. The funeral took place on the 15th September, the Rev. Father Casey I officiating, both at St. Anne's Church and at the graveside, where the representative gathering of mourners testified to the esteem in which the late Mrs. Young was held. Wreaths were placed on the grave from the following: Bob, Rene, Shirley, Iris, Margaret and Mark; Grace, John, Denise, Bar, and Kathleen; Hilton, Eva and family; the Morrison family (Gulgong); Sid, Julie and family; Mary, Tiny and Arthur; Ella and Betty; Allan and Beaty, Reg and Girlie; Mary and Roy; Cullingral shearers (J. Pinchen, J. Taylor, S. Pittman, M. Lawler, R. Stewart, B. McBeth, O. White); Mr. and Mrs. A. J. B. Bettington; staff, M. Campbell and Co., Merriwa; Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Macfarlane; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wicks and family; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Telfer; Lola and Dick Amidy and family; Mr. and Mrs. Pittman and family; Cecil and Kath Train; Steve and Mrs. Malone and family; Frank; Hopkins, wife and family; Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Russell; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Goodyear; Hazel, Neville and Allen Cashen; Mr. and Mrs. H. Amidy; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Palmer. Muswellbrook Chronicle, Friday 24 September 1948, p. 4. Obituary Julia Young

Note: Mrs. Julia Young

Mrs. Julia Young The death occurred at Merriwa recently of Miss Julia Young, sister of Mesdames Stan. Morrison, of "Belvedere'" Gulgong, R. Sampson (Rylstone), Arthur Bayliss (Bathurst) and Messrs. W. and Harry Windle (Rylstone). Deceased is survived by one son, Mr. Godfrey Albert ("Bob") Young, of Merriwa, and four daughters, Mrs. Violet Casteldine (Manly), Mrs. Eva May Bayliss (Croydon), Mrs. Grace Dunning (Turramurra), and Mrs. Kathleen Taylor (Newcastle), and 30 grandchildren. A devoted mother, the late Mrs. Young earned a reputation for her kindness to all around her and will be missed by a large circle of friends. In her early days she was particularly fond of horses and participated in all kinds of sport. Our sympathy is extended to the bereaved ones. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 30 September 1948, p. 11. Obituary Julia Young

Family with parents
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Marriage Marriage1878
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herself
3 years
younger sister
4 years
younger brother
18831960
Birth: 1883
Death: September 5, 1960Mudgee District Hospital, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
younger brother
4 years
younger sister
18881970
Birth: 1888
Death: September 20, 1970Mudgee District Hospital, Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
younger sister
18901968
Birth: 1890
Death: April 30, 1968Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
younger brother
4 years
younger brother
Family with Godfrey Albert Young
husband
herself
Marriage Marriage1896
2 years
daughter
3 years
daughter
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19031986
Birth: 1903 25
Death: June 1986
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Death

MRS. JULIA YOUNG The death occurred on Monday night, at the residence of her son, Mr. Godfrey Albert Young, Merriwa, of Mrs. Julia Young, at the age of 69 years. Deceased, who was born of Rylstone, leaves a grown-up family of four daughters and one son. The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon, the Rev. Father Casey officiating. Further reference to the late Mrs. Young will be made in our next issue. Muswellbrook Chronicle, Friday 17 September 1948, p. 6. Death Julia Young

Death

DEATHS. LATE MRS. JULIA YOUNG. As briefly recorded in our last issue, the death of Mrs. Julia Young occurred on Monday night of last week, at the home of her son, Mr. Godfrey Albert Young, Merriwa, at the age of 69 years. Deceased had been ailing for some months prior to her death. The late Mrs. Young was born at Rylstone, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Windle, and came to Merriwa to reside some 40 years ago. Her husband predeceased her in November, 1934. Deceased is survived by one son, Mr. Godfrey Albert ("Bob") Young, of Merriwa, and four daughters, Mrs. Violet Casteldine (Manly), Mrs. Eva May Bayliss (Croydon), Mrs. Grace Dunning (Turramurra), and Mrs. Kathleen Taylor (Newcastle), and 30 grandchildren. A devoted mother, the late Mrs. Young earned a reputation for her kindliness to all around her and will be missed by a large circle of friends. In her early days she was particularly fond of horses and participated in all kinds of sport. Mrs. S. Sampson (Rylstone), Mrs. Stan. Morrison (Gulgong) and Mrs. Arthur Bayliss (Bathurst) are sisters of deceased, and Mr. W. and Harry Windle (Rylstone) are bers. The funeral took place on the 15th September, the Rev. Father Casey I officiating, both at St. Anne's Church and at the graveside, where the representative gathering of mourners testified to the esteem in which the late Mrs. Young was held. Wreaths were placed on the grave from the following: Bob, Rene, Shirley, Iris, Margaret and Mark; Grace, John, Denise, Bar, and Kathleen; Hilton, Eva and family; the Morrison family (Gulgong); Sid, Julie and family; Mary, Tiny and Arthur; Ella and Betty; Allan and Beaty, Reg and Girlie; Mary and Roy; Cullingral shearers (J. Pinchen, J. Taylor, S. Pittman, M. Lawler, R. Stewart, B. McBeth, O. White); Mr. and Mrs. A. J. B. Bettington; staff, M. Campbell and Co., Merriwa; Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Macfarlane; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wicks and family; Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Telfer; Lola and Dick Amidy and family; Mr. and Mrs. Pittman and family; Cecil and Kath Train; Steve and Mrs. Malone and family; Frank; Hopkins, wife and family; Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Russell; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Goodyear; Hazel, Neville and Allen Cashen; Mr. and Mrs. H. Amidy; Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Palmer. Muswellbrook Chronicle, Friday 24 September 1948, p. 4. Obituary Julia Young

Death

Mrs. Julia Young The death occurred at Merriwa recently of Miss Julia Young, sister of Mesdames Stan. Morrison, of "Belvedere'" Gulgong, R. Sampson (Rylstone), Arthur Bayliss (Bathurst) and Messrs. W. and Harry Windle (Rylstone). Deceased is survived by one son, Mr. Godfrey Albert ("Bob") Young, of Merriwa, and four daughters, Mrs. Violet Casteldine (Manly), Mrs. Eva May Bayliss (Croydon), Mrs. Grace Dunning (Turramurra), and Mrs. Kathleen Taylor (Newcastle), and 30 grandchildren. A devoted mother, the late Mrs. Young earned a reputation for her kindness to all around her and will be missed by a large circle of friends. In her early days she was particularly fond of horses and participated in all kinds of sport. Our sympathy is extended to the bereaved ones. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 30 September 1948, p. 11. Obituary Julia Young