James Gately, 1914

Name
James /Gately/
Given names
James
Surname
Gately
MarriageBridget SmeedView this family
1869

Birth of a sonWilliam Smeed Gately
1869

Birth of a daughterAlice Mary Gately
1871

Birth of a daughterSarah Ann Gately
1872

Birth of a sonJames Thomas Mortimer Gately
1875

Birth of a sonJohn Hamilton Gately
1877

Birth of a sonHerbert Smeed Gately
1879

Birth of a sonGeorge Henry Gately
1884

Birth of a daughterMillicent J Gately
1886

Birth of a daughterAmanda B Gately
1888

Birth of a sonEdward Francis Gately
December 1890

Marriage of a childJames Joseph PryorAlice Mary GatelyView this family
1891

Death of a daughterAmanda B Gately
1891

Death of a sonEdward Francis Gately
April 20, 1891

Burial of a sonEdward Francis Gately
after April 20, 1891
Birth of a daughterValaria M Gately
1892

Marriage of a childJames Fitzpatrick CarrollSarah Ann GatelyView this family
1896

Marriage of a childWilliam Smeed GatelyMargaret Mary SheridanView this family
1898

Marriage of a childVincent F McHughEmily Maud GatelyView this family
1903

Years in Service February 10, 1910
Note: GENERAL ITEMS.

GENERAL ITEMS.

It is reported that the only employee of the late Mr. Fitzgerald to profit under his will was Mr. Angus Macdonald (an old servant), who got £250. Mr. Macdonald was 28 years in service, and Mr. James Gately 38 years. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 10 February 1910, p. 5. Years in Service James Gately

Marriage of a childJohn A TrimbleMillicent J GatelyView this family
1912

Death May 6, 1914

Note: Dropped Dead.

Dropped Dead. Sad Episode at Rylstone. Mr. James Gately, of Dabee, Rylstone, one of the oldest residents of that district, dropped dead on Thursday last. The old gentleman was standing speaking to Mr. James Morrison. His horse, which was attached to a sulky, began to move off. Mr. Gately ran to stop the animal, and then got into the sulky. Just as he sat down Mr. Morrison heard a sigh and saw his friend fall forward. Medical assistance was secured, but life was found to be extinct. Only a few minutes before the sad occurrence the deceased had remarked to Mr. Morrison that he felt in splendid health. Deceased was a very old and respected resident, and the news of his death will come as a shock to many. To the sorrowing relatives we extend our sympathy. Mudgee Guardian, Monday 11 May 1914, p. 2. Death James Gately

Note: THE LATE MR. GATELY.

THE LATE MR. GATELY. By the demise of Mr. James Gately, one of the oldest district identities, passed away. He came to this district in the employ of the late R. M. Fitzgerald's father, and had been in constant employment on the station for close on 40 years, being principally employed in charge of the station team and farming section. Kindly and generous he had no enemies, and was regarded by all who knew him as a kindly old man, ready to help and assist in any worthy object. He leaves a family of four daughters and four sons to mourn his loss, and his widow survives him. Deceased was 77 years of age. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 14 May 1914, p. 26. Obituary James Gately

Note: Mr. James Gately.

Mr. James Gately. The sudden death of a well-known and highly-respected resident of the Rylstone district, in the person of Mr. James Gately, took place at his residence, Dabee, Rylstone, on May 6, at the age of 77 years. Deceased was born at Probus, Cornwall, England. He came to Australia in a sailing vessel in 1855 and resided at Dabee for the last 43 years. He leaves a widow, five sons and five daughters. Messrs. William, Mortimer, John, Herbert and George, and Mrs. Pryor, Mrs. Carroll (Sydney), Mrs. McHugh (Sydney), Mrs. Trimble (Stockinbingal), and Miss Valerie Gately. The remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery, at Rylstone. - R.I.P. Catholic Press, Thursday 21 May 1914 p. 30. Obituary James Gately

Family with Bridget Smeed
himself
wife
Marriage Marriage1869
1 year
son
18691945
Birth: 1869
Death: April 13, 1945St Vincents Hospital, Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
daughter
18711963
Birth: 1871
Death: October 7, 1963
2 years
daughter
4 years
son
3 years
son
3 years
son
daughter
son
3 years
daughter
3 years
daughter
3 years
son
18901891
Birth: December 1890
Death: April 20, 1891
2 years
daughter
18921940
Birth: 1892
Death: July 1, 1940
Years in Service

GENERAL ITEMS.

It is reported that the only employee of the late Mr. Fitzgerald to profit under his will was Mr. Angus Macdonald (an old servant), who got £250. Mr. Macdonald was 28 years in service, and Mr. James Gately 38 years. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 10 February 1910, p. 5. Years in Service James Gately

Death

Dropped Dead. Sad Episode at Rylstone. Mr. James Gately, of Dabee, Rylstone, one of the oldest residents of that district, dropped dead on Thursday last. The old gentleman was standing speaking to Mr. James Morrison. His horse, which was attached to a sulky, began to move off. Mr. Gately ran to stop the animal, and then got into the sulky. Just as he sat down Mr. Morrison heard a sigh and saw his friend fall forward. Medical assistance was secured, but life was found to be extinct. Only a few minutes before the sad occurrence the deceased had remarked to Mr. Morrison that he felt in splendid health. Deceased was a very old and respected resident, and the news of his death will come as a shock to many. To the sorrowing relatives we extend our sympathy. Mudgee Guardian, Monday 11 May 1914, p. 2. Death James Gately

Death

THE LATE MR. GATELY. By the demise of Mr. James Gately, one of the oldest district identities, passed away. He came to this district in the employ of the late R. M. Fitzgerald's father, and had been in constant employment on the station for close on 40 years, being principally employed in charge of the station team and farming section. Kindly and generous he had no enemies, and was regarded by all who knew him as a kindly old man, ready to help and assist in any worthy object. He leaves a family of four daughters and four sons to mourn his loss, and his widow survives him. Deceased was 77 years of age. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 14 May 1914, p. 26. Obituary James Gately

Death

Mr. James Gately. The sudden death of a well-known and highly-respected resident of the Rylstone district, in the person of Mr. James Gately, took place at his residence, Dabee, Rylstone, on May 6, at the age of 77 years. Deceased was born at Probus, Cornwall, England. He came to Australia in a sailing vessel in 1855 and resided at Dabee for the last 43 years. He leaves a widow, five sons and five daughters. Messrs. William, Mortimer, John, Herbert and George, and Mrs. Pryor, Mrs. Carroll (Sydney), Mrs. McHugh (Sydney), Mrs. Trimble (Stockinbingal), and Miss Valerie Gately. The remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery, at Rylstone. - R.I.P. Catholic Press, Thursday 21 May 1914 p. 30. Obituary James Gately