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351 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Kelly, Rebecca Rae (I6)
352 Teviot Street, Richmond Magick, William John (I348)
353 The childrens' initials were E J J V A E in Michael's obutiary. Ther were 5 daughters and 1 son mentioned in Elizabeth's obituary. Family F33
354 The death occurred in the Bathurst District Hospital early yesterday morning of Mr. Michael Walter Griffin, of 11 Lord Street. Deceased, who was 66 years of age, had been ill for about six weeks and he entered hospital a little over three weeks ago. He had lived here practically all his life and was employed in the Railway Department at Bathurst for about 30 years. He retired from the service about five years ago. He is survived by the widow and four children. They are Michael (AIF, New Guinea), William (Lord Street), Darcy (Coonabarabran) and Phyllis (Mrs D. Wilson, Bathurst).

Deceased's sisters are Mrs. P. Peters, Sydney, Mrs. J Wenham, Sydney, and Mrs. Harry Mansell, Bathurst. The funeral will move from Messrs. MacDonald and Moloney's funeral parlors at 10 a.m. tomorrow to the Catholic portion of Bathurst cemetery. 
Griffin, Michael Walter Norbary (I115)
355 The funeral of the late Mr. Michael Walter Griffin, of Lord-street, took place on Saturday morning, moving from MacDonald and Moloney's funeral parlors to the Catholic portion of Bathurst cemetery.

The Rev. Fr. McMahon officiated at the service in the chapel and at the graveside. There was a large attendance, the chief mourners being the widow and sons, Darcy and William, a daughter, Mrs. Wilson, son-in-law, Mr. Don Wilson, grand-daughter Shirley Wilson, a sister, Mrs. Wenham (Sydney), sisters-in-law Mrs Doherty (Sydney) and Miss Traynor (Sydney). The pall-bearers were Messrs. Reg Brady, John Connors, Don Wilson and Pte. Ray Hart. Many floral tributes were received, including one from the Loco railway employees. Among those attending the funeral were several retired railwaymen. The late Mr. Griffin had been employed on the railway at Bathurst for many years and retired about five years ago. 
Griffin, Michael Walter Norbary (I115)
356 The funeral of the late Mrs. Lilith Rose Griffin, of 11 Lord Street, took place yesterday afternoon, moving from S.S. Michael and John's Cathedral to the Catholic portion of the Bathurst cemetery. It was largely attended by relatives and friends. Chief mourners were the deceased daughter, Mrs. D. Wilson, of Orange, three sons, Michael (Orange), William (Bathurst), and Darcy (Coonabarabran), two brothers, Messrs. Hubert and Frank Traynor (Sydney), and four sisters, Mrs. A. Buckley, Mrs. E. Pope, Mrs. C. Norton and Mrs. A. English, all of Sydney. Rev. Fr. Sullivan officiated at the Cathedral and graveside. Pall bearers were deceased's three sons and Mr. Frank Traynor (brother). A large number of floral tributes were placed on the grave. Messrs. MacDonald and Moloney had charge of funeral arrangements. Traynor, Lilith Rose (I749)
357 The name of Sarah's house, Warilda, is the name of the ship that took her son harry to WWI in France. He was killed in action.

Palmer, Sarah Anne (I157)
358 THE National Gallery of Australia has acquired Hans Heysen's Morning light (1913), through the bequest of Ruth Graham Robertson.
Ms Robertson's bequest was made to assist the development of the national art collection, specifically Australian art, through acquisitions of works by important late 19th and early 20th century Australian artists such as Hans Heysen, Arthur Streeton, Sydney Long and James W.R Linton.

The other acquisitions from the bequest to date include Hans Heysen's "Arkaba country" (1929 -34) and "A winter's day on the Swan" (c. 1910) oil painting by WA artist James W.R Linton.

"We are indebted to Ms Robertson for the wonderful legacy of almost $3 million that she has left the National Gallery of Australia," director Ron Radford said.

"Her bequest has already enabled us to make significant acquisitions such as Heysen's ?Morning light' and will continue to do so in the future.

"It is extraordinary that the National Gallery of Australia held no major iconic gum tree oil painting by Heysen from the Federation period prior to the acquisition of this work.

"Moreover, it is hard to believe given the popularity and familiarity of Heysen's work, that Heysen in fact painted only a handful of major oils (seven in all) on the subject of the gum during the Federation period (1900-1914)."

Ruth Graham Robertson, born at Lithgow NSW in 1923, demonstrated a love of the arts in their many forms, from a very early age. This love was fostered by her maternal grandfather Robert Dennis, who was among the last of the Lithographic artists and illuminators trained at the Technical College in Ultimo.

"She never lost her appreciation of the works of Australian landscape artists, such as Hans Heysen, and would often remark on the beauty of a tree and how it would look painted," her nephew Rob Meller said,

"She particularly wanted to honour the memory and legacy of her parents and her maternal grandparents in her will and for this reason chose to leave a bequest to the Gallery that would enable important Australian paintings such as these works to be acquired by the Gallery." 
Robertson, Ruth Graham (I406)
359 The wedding of Albert and Lily at St Barnabas Church of England Mill Hill Waverley NSW Family F50
360 There are some good stories about Norfolk people actually named Money, particularly the Moneys of Trowse. In the 1766 food riots, a mob broke in and stole everything they could get from rich Mr. Money in Trowse; twenty or so years later, Major John Money, also in Trowse, had a liking for hot-air ballooning, and in 1785 he went up in one to raise money for Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. But he had trouble steering the balloon, and managed to steer himself out to sea, where the balloon ditched and floated on the surface, scaring a Dutch vessel into thinking they'd come across a sea monster. Major Money eventually reached dry land in Lowestoft the next day.
And finally a more sobering Money story. In 1807, a sixteen-year-old boy who'd stolen a horse from General Money in Trowse and been transported for seven years for his theft made the long sea journey back to England and to Trowse, especially to set fire to General Money's barn and barley. That boy, that very young man, Thomas Sutton, was hanged this time. His father before him had been hanged too, for stealing horses. There's a chilling true story, one about legacy, in that. 
Money, General John (I363)
361 There was a total of 9 or 10 daughters and 3 sons born. 1 daughter deceased by 1878 Family F130
362 Thomas and Nabby Kelly were witnesses Family F264
363 Thomas Ohalam always said his mother died when he was a child, but this is not correct. Anyway, Tom had no memories of his mother, he was raised by the Johnson family of Gilgandra. Donnelly, Catherine Elizabeth (I96)
364 Transported on ship "Royal George" Palmer, John Dennington Money (I167)
365 Twin of Benjamin, both died on the same day Windle, Elizabeth Caroline (I86)
366 Twin of Elizabeth, both died on the same day. Windle, Benjamin Samuel (I87)
367 Union St. Maidstone Blunt, Elizabeth (I672)
368 Wagga Cemetery, Catholic section Cumming, Christina Hannah (I374)
369 Waverley Cemetery
Kelly, William Frederick (I161)
370 Wellington St, Chippendale Family F69
371 Westminster Middlesex Genesis, Louisa Josephine (I311)
372 When born was put under the surname of Thomas Birth cert no 17869/1871 Death certificate No 11710/1948 Parents listed as Alfred and Margaret Levy, Amy Elizabeth Mary (I504)
373 When he married he used the name Alfred Thomas, When died he was buried as Alfred Thomas. The alias may have been related to the fact that he was a convict and/or jewish. Levy, Thomas Barnet (I472)
374 William and Catherine lived in Maitland, NSW Family F131
375 William lived at:
55 Burlington Road
East Barnett

Marjorie lived at:
27 The Mall
Family F31
376 Winburndale Donnelly, Catherine Elizabeth (I96)
377 Wire hat shape maker Paull, Sidney John (I131)
378 Woronora Cemetery Kelly, John Kevin (I4)
379 Written by brother William for the Australian War Memorial:

Educated at St. Josephs Schools and Christian Brothers School at Bathurst. Of quiet disposition, never known to raise a quarrel. Quietly determined when he enlisted to see it through, despite all hardships. Fond of reading and study, had an excellent character.

Kelly, Harry (I158)
380 Ypres (Ieper), Arrondissement Ieper, West Flanders (West-Vlaanderen), Belgium Kelly, Walter George (I700)

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