Mary Ann Walker, 18751951 (aged 76 years)

Name
Mary Ann /Walker/
Given names
Mary Ann
Surname
Walker
Birth 1875

Birth of a sisterJane Walker
1878 (aged 3 years)

Birth of a brotherJohn Walker
1880 (aged 5 years)

Birth of a sisterMartha Walker
1883 (aged 8 years)

Birth of a sisterLilly May Walker
1885 (aged 10 years)

MarriageJohn Thomas WamsleyView this family
January 30, 1901 (aged 26 years)
Note: Wedding Bells at Rylstone.

Wedding Bells at Rylstone. A Double Wedding. (From a Correspondent). A good congregation assembled at St. James' Church, Rylstone, on January 30th, to witness the marriage of Mr. J. E. Dalley, of Lyndhurst (near Cowra), and Miss Harriet Walker, of Tong Bong (near Rylstone), and Mr. J. T. Walmsley, youngest son of Mr. James Walmsley, of Lake Macquarie (Newcastle), to Miss Mary Walker, of Tong Bong (near Rylstone). The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Glasson. The dresses of the brides were as follow :- Miss Harriet Walker wore a costume of ivory white satin, with yoke sleeves of guipure lace, bodice and train trimmed with chiffon and orange blossoms, wreath and veil. She carried a shower bouquet of white tuberoses and carnations, and wore a gold brooch with shamrock pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. James Walker, bRother of the bride, gave her away, and Mr. W. P. B. Walmsley acted as best man. Misses Mattie and Lily Walker (sisters of the bride) acted as brides-maids, and wore figured silk dresses, the bodices having transparent yokes, and Japanese sleeves, picture hats of white leghorn, trimmed with chiffon and white tips and roses. They carried baskets of flowers tied with Commonwealth ribbons, and wore gold cable bangles, the gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Mary Walker's wedding dress was of ivory white satin, with Japanese sleeves and transparent yoke bodice and train, trimmed with chiffon and orange blossoms, wreath and veil. She wore a ruby and diamond ring, and carried a shower bouquet of white tuberoses and carnations, the gifts of the bridegroom. Mr. G. Walker (bRother of the bride) gave her away, and Mr. Jack Walker acted as best man. The bridesmaids were Miss J. Walker (sister of this bride) and Miss A. Jessop (of Sydney). Miss Walker was attired in white silk, with Japanese sleeves and yoke of guipure lace, wedgewood blue hat, trimmed with chiffon of bebe ribbon. She carried a bouquet of white carnations tied with blue ribbon. Miss Jessop wore white silk, trimmed with guipure lace (Toreador) hat of cerise straw, trimmed with silk and white osprey. She carried a bouquet of white carnations, tied with cerise ribbon. Both bouquets were the gifts of the bridegroom, and came from Searle's famous floral establishment in Sydney. Mr. Maurice Hayward played the Wedding March. The wedding breakfast was all that could be desired, and was partaken of at Tong Bong. The marquee, erected for the occasion, was decorated with the Commonwealth colors. Over the centre of the table a large wedding bell was placed. The toasts of ''The Bride and Bridegrooms '' was proposed by the Rev. Mr. Glasson, and responded to by the respective bride-grooms. ''The Bridesmaids'' were proposed by the bridegrooms, and responded to by Mr. James Walker. ''The Mother of the Brides'' was proposed by Mr. S. G. Benson, and responded to by Mr. James Walker. ''The Ladies'' was proposed by Mr. J. A. Puddicombe (representative of the Rylstone Express), and responded to by Mr. S. G. Benson. After the breakfast the wedding guests were entertained for the evening by Mr. James Walker and Miss J. Walker (bRother and sisters of the brides) with games and amusements. Several groups were photographed by Mr. H. Mow. At 6 o'clock tea was again served, after which the wedding guests adjourned to Mr. W. Riches' large hall, which had been artistically decorated by the girl friends of the brides, where dancing, singing, and various pastimes were kept up till morning. The floor was in splendid order. Space will not permit me giving a description of the dresses worn by the ladies present, but I will venture to say that the honor of belle fell to Miss J. Walker, of Tong Bong. The cakes were the work of the American Sandwich Supply Company (Sydney). The brides and bride-grooms afterwards left by train amid showers of confetti, Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley for Lake Macquarie, and Mr. and Mrs. Dalley for Lyndhurst, near Cowra. Mrs. Dalley's travel-ling dress was electric blue voile, trimmed with cream satin and wedge-wood blue hat, trimmed with blue silk and cherries. Mrs. Walmsley wore a tailor-made Eton costume of tur-quoise blue, Toreador hat of blue chip, trimmed with blue silk and chiffon. Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley's Wedding PRESENTS: Mrs. H. Walker (mother)...Tea service Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker...Silver cruet ,, W. Riches...Pair silver serviette ,, W. Keech...Silver jam spoon ,, J. Page...Pair silver serviette rings „ J. Smede...Pair carver rests ,, J. Mumford...Pair photo frames ,, T. Mumford...Silver and glass honey jar ,, W. Foody...Cape stand and water bottle „ T. Yabsley...Pair honey jars ,, J. Turvey...Lamp „ D. Riches...Celery bowl ,, W. Sedgers...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls ,, G. Raynor...Pair jam dishes G. Banks (Lawson)...Set of D'Oyloys „ F. Freeburn...Salad bowl „ H. Glue...Pair toilet vases „ W. Mow...photos „ T. Bayliss...Lamp „ J. Smede...Cream jug and sugar bowl ,, H. Cameron...Silver butter knife Miss H. Walker...Pair vases „ J. Walker...Pair hand painted vases ,, M. Walker...Silver preserve dish and spoon ,, L. Walker...Raised plush cushion ,, D. Foody...Trifle dish „ Honor Meaney (Sydney)...Silver butterdish „ A. Jessop (Sydney)...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls ,, T. Freeburn (Sydney) ..Half-dozen tumblers ,, K. McLachlan (Lawson)...Pair ruby salts . ,, L. Page (Melrose)...Silver and pearl butter knife and jam spoon ,, R. Keech...Silver pin tray „ K. Powel...Jam dish „ N. Fenton...Glass basket „ A. Batten...Jam dish and cream jug „ M. Jones (Lawson)...Jewel case and perfume „ A. and E. Riches...Fruit stand „ D. Carr (Dubbo)...Sugar bowl ,, McDonald...Flowers „ P. Page...Pair silver salts ,, S. Keeeh...Silver jam spoon ., E. McLachlan...Pair vases Mr. J. Walker...Silver jam dish „ Jack Walker...Pair silver salts „ S. Smede...Pair silver jam spoons ,, J. Smede...Silver butter knife, jam spoon and sugar basin ,, T. Keech...Silver jam spoon. ,, P. Keech. .Silver sugar ladle „ A. Bayliss...Half dozen silver „ H. Nash...Fruit salad ,, A. McDonald...Pair vases „ E. Bayliss...Sugar bowl „ L. McLachlan...Water bottle and glass ,, W. Bayliss...Water bottle „ F. Clark...Half dozen wine glasses ,, E. Smede...Butter dish and sugar bowl ,, ,J. Fenton...Photo frames „ H. Mow...Photographic scenes. Mr. and Mrs. Dalley's Wedding PRESENTS. Mrs. H. Walker (mother)...Tea service, silver tray, with jug and set of glasses Mr. and Mrs. W. Riches...Silver butter knife and jam spoon Mr. and Mrs. T. Yabsley...Butter dish and honey jar Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker...Silver cruet Mr. and Mrs. W. Foody...Cake stand Mr. and Mrs. H. Glew...Pair toilet vases Mr. and Mrs. G. Raynor...Pair preserve dishes Mr. and Mrs. T. Bayliss...Butter dish Mr. and Mrs. D. McLachlan...Ruby honey jar Mr. and Mrs. R. Riches...Cream jug Mr. and Mrs. J. Mumford...Pair glass baskets Mr. and Mrs. T. Mumford...Claret jug Mr. and Mrs. W. Keech...Silver jam spoon Mr. and Mrs. J. Turvey...Lamp Mrs. J. Smede...Silver butter knife and jam spoon „ F. Freeburn...Fruit stand ,, D. Riches...Celery bowl ,, W. Sedgers...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls „ G. Banks (Lawson)...Set of d'oyleys „ W. Mow...Photos ,, Cameron...Silver jam spoon Mr. J. Walker...Silver jam dish „ Jack Walker...Pair silver salts „ P. O'Brien...Toilet tray and mirror ,, E. Keogh...Pair hand painted photo frames ,, E. Bayliss...Water bottle and glass „ A. McDonald...Pair vases „ F. Clark...Pair photo frames ,, J. Fenton...Photo frame ,, R. Hill...Half dozen bottles wine ' H. Nash. ..Fruit stand ,, T. E. Bayliss...Fancy cup and saucer ,, J. Smede...Sugar bowl, silver butter knife and jam spoon „ E. Smede...Butter dish and sugar basin „ A. Bayliss...Half dozen tea spoons „ M. McLachlan...Water bottle and glass „ H. Mow...Photographic scenes ,, T. Keech...Silver jam spoon „ S. Smede...Pair silver jam spoons. ,, P. Keech...Silver sugar ladle „ E. A. Smede...Fancy sugar and butter bowls „ D. Carr(Dubbo)...Butter dish ,, E. Fenton...Glass basket ,, S. Keech...Silver bread fork „ P. Page (Melrose)...Pair silver salts and spoons ,, R. Keech...Silver pin tray „ K. McLachlan...Pair ruby salts ,, A. Batten...Sugar and cream jug ,, E. Powell...Photo frames Miss M. Walker...Point lace handkerchief ,, J. Walker...Pair hand painted vases „ M. Walker...Silver fruit stand „ L. Walker...Raised plush cushion „ T. Freeburn...Half-dozen tumblers ,, D. Foody...Trifle dish ., Honor Meaney (Sydney)...Silver butter dish „ A. Jessop (Sydney)...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls „ D. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Silver pickle jar and tongs „ N. Jones (Murrumburrah)...Dozen custard glasses „ E. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Silver and ruby jam dish and spoon ,, Reardon (Murrumburrah)...Silver-mounted honey jar and decanters ,, M. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Pair vases ,, M. Gilchrist (Sydney)...Teapot ,, M. Jones (Lawson)...Jewel case and perfume (Wedding Bells at Rylstone.

Death of a motherHarriet Riches
April 30, 1929 (aged 54 years)
Note: DEATHS: WALKER. - April 30, at Dora Creek, Harriet Walker, aged 88 years, widow of the late Henry Wa…

DEATHS: WALKER. - April 30, at Dora Creek, Harriet Walker, aged 88 years, widow of the late Henry Walker, of Tong Bong, Rylstone. At rest (Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 2 May 1929, page 10).

Note: DEATH

DEATH Mrs. Harriet Walker, of Tong Bong, Rylstone, died at Dora Creek on April 30, aged 88 years (Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, Monday 6 May 1929, page 2).

Burial of a motherHarriet Riches
May 2, 1929 (aged 54 years)

Note: FUNERALS.

FUNERALS. WALKER.-the relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. JAMES WALKER, Mr. and Mrs. THOS. STEPHENS, Mr. and Mrs. EDGAR EDMUNDS, Mr. and Mrs. JOHN DALLY, Mr. and Mrs. JOHN WAMSELY are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of their late beloved MOTHER, Mrs. Harriet Walker, late of Tong Bong, Rylstone; to take place on THURSDAY, May 2, at Rylstone, via Mudgee. Mudgee papers, please copy (Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 1 May 1929, page 15).

Death of a sisterHarriet Walker
December 13, 1944 (aged 69 years)
Note: DEATHS: DALLEY.- December 13, 1944, at Manly, Harriet Dalley, relict of the late John Edward Dalley,…

DEATHS: DALLEY.- December 13, 1944, at Manly, Harriet Dalley, relict of the late John Edward Dalley, late of Forest Lodge, and loving mother of Francis W. B. Dalley, of 11 Pacific Street, Manly, aged 74 years (Sydney Morning Herald, Thursday 14 December 1944, page 10).

Death of a brotherWilliam Walker
March 12, 1951 (aged 76 years)

Note: DEATH

DEATH MR. WILLIAM WALKER The death occurred at his home, Mudgee road, near Gulgong on Monday morning last, of Mr. William Walker, aged 85 years. Deceased, who was a native of Rylstone, is survived by his wife and the following family: Miss Edna Harriet Walker (Gulgong), Mrs. E. (Una May) Doorey (Singleton) and Mr. Norman Walker (Gulgong). The funeral was arranged to take place to the Presbyterian portion of the Gulgong cemetery yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon. Our sincere sympathy is extended to the bereaved ones. Mudgee Guardian, Thursday 15 March 1951, p. 18.

Burial of a brotherWilliam Walker
March 14, 1951 (aged 76 years)
Note: Headstone reads:

Headstone reads: In loving memory of Our dear father William Walker Died 12th march 1951 Aged 85 years Remembered by their son & daughters [with Mary]

Death September 24, 1951 (aged 76 years)
Note: DEATHS: WAMSLEY Mary Ann - September 24 1951 at her residence 185 John Street Lidcombe beloved wife…

DEATHS: WAMSLEY Mary Ann - September 24 1951 at her residence 185 John Street Lidcombe beloved wife of the late John Thomas Womsley, loving mother of Jean (Mrs A W Wood) loved mother in law of Arthur and grandmother of Pamela aged 75 sears (Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 25 September 1951, page 2).

Family with parents
father
mother
Marriage Marriage1863
4 years
elder brother
3 years
elder brother
-3 years
elder brother
7 years
elder brother
4 years
elder sister
18731944
Birth: 1873
Death: December 13, 1944Manly, New South Wales, Australia
3 years
herself
18751951
Birth: 1875
Death: September 24, 1951185 John Street, Lidcombe, New South Wales, Australia
4 years
younger sister
3 years
younger brother
4 years
younger sister
3 years
younger sister
Family with John Thomas Wamsley
husband
herself
18751951
Birth: 1875
Death: September 24, 1951185 John Street, Lidcombe, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage MarriageJanuary 30, 1901St James Church of England, Rylstone, New South Wales, Australia
Marriage

Wedding Bells at Rylstone. A Double Wedding. (From a Correspondent). A good congregation assembled at St. James' Church, Rylstone, on January 30th, to witness the marriage of Mr. J. E. Dalley, of Lyndhurst (near Cowra), and Miss Harriet Walker, of Tong Bong (near Rylstone), and Mr. J. T. Walmsley, youngest son of Mr. James Walmsley, of Lake Macquarie (Newcastle), to Miss Mary Walker, of Tong Bong (near Rylstone). The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Mr. Glasson. The dresses of the brides were as follow :- Miss Harriet Walker wore a costume of ivory white satin, with yoke sleeves of guipure lace, bodice and train trimmed with chiffon and orange blossoms, wreath and veil. She carried a shower bouquet of white tuberoses and carnations, and wore a gold brooch with shamrock pendant, the gift of the bridegroom. Mr. James Walker, bRother of the bride, gave her away, and Mr. W. P. B. Walmsley acted as best man. Misses Mattie and Lily Walker (sisters of the bride) acted as brides-maids, and wore figured silk dresses, the bodices having transparent yokes, and Japanese sleeves, picture hats of white leghorn, trimmed with chiffon and white tips and roses. They carried baskets of flowers tied with Commonwealth ribbons, and wore gold cable bangles, the gifts of the bridegroom. Miss Mary Walker's wedding dress was of ivory white satin, with Japanese sleeves and transparent yoke bodice and train, trimmed with chiffon and orange blossoms, wreath and veil. She wore a ruby and diamond ring, and carried a shower bouquet of white tuberoses and carnations, the gifts of the bridegroom. Mr. G. Walker (bRother of the bride) gave her away, and Mr. Jack Walker acted as best man. The bridesmaids were Miss J. Walker (sister of this bride) and Miss A. Jessop (of Sydney). Miss Walker was attired in white silk, with Japanese sleeves and yoke of guipure lace, wedgewood blue hat, trimmed with chiffon of bebe ribbon. She carried a bouquet of white carnations tied with blue ribbon. Miss Jessop wore white silk, trimmed with guipure lace (Toreador) hat of cerise straw, trimmed with silk and white osprey. She carried a bouquet of white carnations, tied with cerise ribbon. Both bouquets were the gifts of the bridegroom, and came from Searle's famous floral establishment in Sydney. Mr. Maurice Hayward played the Wedding March. The wedding breakfast was all that could be desired, and was partaken of at Tong Bong. The marquee, erected for the occasion, was decorated with the Commonwealth colors. Over the centre of the table a large wedding bell was placed. The toasts of ''The Bride and Bridegrooms '' was proposed by the Rev. Mr. Glasson, and responded to by the respective bride-grooms. ''The Bridesmaids'' were proposed by the bridegrooms, and responded to by Mr. James Walker. ''The Mother of the Brides'' was proposed by Mr. S. G. Benson, and responded to by Mr. James Walker. ''The Ladies'' was proposed by Mr. J. A. Puddicombe (representative of the Rylstone Express), and responded to by Mr. S. G. Benson. After the breakfast the wedding guests were entertained for the evening by Mr. James Walker and Miss J. Walker (bRother and sisters of the brides) with games and amusements. Several groups were photographed by Mr. H. Mow. At 6 o'clock tea was again served, after which the wedding guests adjourned to Mr. W. Riches' large hall, which had been artistically decorated by the girl friends of the brides, where dancing, singing, and various pastimes were kept up till morning. The floor was in splendid order. Space will not permit me giving a description of the dresses worn by the ladies present, but I will venture to say that the honor of belle fell to Miss J. Walker, of Tong Bong. The cakes were the work of the American Sandwich Supply Company (Sydney). The brides and bride-grooms afterwards left by train amid showers of confetti, Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley for Lake Macquarie, and Mr. and Mrs. Dalley for Lyndhurst, near Cowra. Mrs. Dalley's travel-ling dress was electric blue voile, trimmed with cream satin and wedge-wood blue hat, trimmed with blue silk and cherries. Mrs. Walmsley wore a tailor-made Eton costume of tur-quoise blue, Toreador hat of blue chip, trimmed with blue silk and chiffon. Mr. and Mrs. Walmsley's Wedding PRESENTS: Mrs. H. Walker (mother)...Tea service Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker...Silver cruet ,, W. Riches...Pair silver serviette ,, W. Keech...Silver jam spoon ,, J. Page...Pair silver serviette rings „ J. Smede...Pair carver rests ,, J. Mumford...Pair photo frames ,, T. Mumford...Silver and glass honey jar ,, W. Foody...Cape stand and water bottle „ T. Yabsley...Pair honey jars ,, J. Turvey...Lamp „ D. Riches...Celery bowl ,, W. Sedgers...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls ,, G. Raynor...Pair jam dishes G. Banks (Lawson)...Set of D'Oyloys „ F. Freeburn...Salad bowl „ H. Glue...Pair toilet vases „ W. Mow...photos „ T. Bayliss...Lamp „ J. Smede...Cream jug and sugar bowl ,, H. Cameron...Silver butter knife Miss H. Walker...Pair vases „ J. Walker...Pair hand painted vases ,, M. Walker...Silver preserve dish and spoon ,, L. Walker...Raised plush cushion ,, D. Foody...Trifle dish „ Honor Meaney (Sydney)...Silver butterdish „ A. Jessop (Sydney)...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls ,, T. Freeburn (Sydney) ..Half-dozen tumblers ,, K. McLachlan (Lawson)...Pair ruby salts . ,, L. Page (Melrose)...Silver and pearl butter knife and jam spoon ,, R. Keech...Silver pin tray „ K. Powel...Jam dish „ N. Fenton...Glass basket „ A. Batten...Jam dish and cream jug „ M. Jones (Lawson)...Jewel case and perfume „ A. and E. Riches...Fruit stand „ D. Carr (Dubbo)...Sugar bowl ,, McDonald...Flowers „ P. Page...Pair silver salts ,, S. Keeeh...Silver jam spoon ., E. McLachlan...Pair vases Mr. J. Walker...Silver jam dish „ Jack Walker...Pair silver salts „ S. Smede...Pair silver jam spoons ,, J. Smede...Silver butter knife, jam spoon and sugar basin ,, T. Keech...Silver jam spoon. ,, P. Keech. .Silver sugar ladle „ A. Bayliss...Half dozen silver „ H. Nash...Fruit salad ,, A. McDonald...Pair vases „ E. Bayliss...Sugar bowl „ L. McLachlan...Water bottle and glass ,, W. Bayliss...Water bottle „ F. Clark...Half dozen wine glasses ,, E. Smede...Butter dish and sugar bowl ,, ,J. Fenton...Photo frames „ H. Mow...Photographic scenes. Mr. and Mrs. Dalley's Wedding PRESENTS. Mrs. H. Walker (mother)...Tea service, silver tray, with jug and set of glasses Mr. and Mrs. W. Riches...Silver butter knife and jam spoon Mr. and Mrs. T. Yabsley...Butter dish and honey jar Mr. and Mrs. G. Walker...Silver cruet Mr. and Mrs. W. Foody...Cake stand Mr. and Mrs. H. Glew...Pair toilet vases Mr. and Mrs. G. Raynor...Pair preserve dishes Mr. and Mrs. T. Bayliss...Butter dish Mr. and Mrs. D. McLachlan...Ruby honey jar Mr. and Mrs. R. Riches...Cream jug Mr. and Mrs. J. Mumford...Pair glass baskets Mr. and Mrs. T. Mumford...Claret jug Mr. and Mrs. W. Keech...Silver jam spoon Mr. and Mrs. J. Turvey...Lamp Mrs. J. Smede...Silver butter knife and jam spoon „ F. Freeburn...Fruit stand ,, D. Riches...Celery bowl ,, W. Sedgers...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls „ G. Banks (Lawson)...Set of d'oyleys „ W. Mow...Photos ,, Cameron...Silver jam spoon Mr. J. Walker...Silver jam dish „ Jack Walker...Pair silver salts „ P. O'Brien...Toilet tray and mirror ,, E. Keogh...Pair hand painted photo frames ,, E. Bayliss...Water bottle and glass „ A. McDonald...Pair vases „ F. Clark...Pair photo frames ,, J. Fenton...Photo frame ,, R. Hill...Half dozen bottles wine ' H. Nash. ..Fruit stand ,, T. E. Bayliss...Fancy cup and saucer ,, J. Smede...Sugar bowl, silver butter knife and jam spoon „ E. Smede...Butter dish and sugar basin „ A. Bayliss...Half dozen tea spoons „ M. McLachlan...Water bottle and glass „ H. Mow...Photographic scenes ,, T. Keech...Silver jam spoon „ S. Smede...Pair silver jam spoons. ,, P. Keech...Silver sugar ladle „ E. A. Smede...Fancy sugar and butter bowls „ D. Carr(Dubbo)...Butter dish ,, E. Fenton...Glass basket ,, S. Keech...Silver bread fork „ P. Page (Melrose)...Pair silver salts and spoons ,, R. Keech...Silver pin tray „ K. McLachlan...Pair ruby salts ,, A. Batten...Sugar and cream jug ,, E. Powell...Photo frames Miss M. Walker...Point lace handkerchief ,, J. Walker...Pair hand painted vases „ M. Walker...Silver fruit stand „ L. Walker...Raised plush cushion „ T. Freeburn...Half-dozen tumblers ,, D. Foody...Trifle dish ., Honor Meaney (Sydney)...Silver butter dish „ A. Jessop (Sydney)...Pair silver and ruby jam bowls „ D. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Silver pickle jar and tongs „ N. Jones (Murrumburrah)...Dozen custard glasses „ E. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Silver and ruby jam dish and spoon ,, Reardon (Murrumburrah)...Silver-mounted honey jar and decanters ,, M. Johnston (Murrumburrah)... Pair vases ,, M. Gilchrist (Sydney)...Teapot ,, M. Jones (Lawson)...Jewel case and perfume (Wedding Bells at Rylstone.

Death

DEATHS: WAMSLEY Mary Ann - September 24 1951 at her residence 185 John Street Lidcombe beloved wife of the late John Thomas Womsley, loving mother of Jean (Mrs A W Wood) loved mother in law of Arthur and grandmother of Pamela aged 75 sears (Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday 25 September 1951, page 2).