Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

Kenneth MURDOCHAge: 54 years19522006

Name
Kenneth MURDOCH
Given names
Kenneth
Surname
MURDOCH
Publication: Word Document per email from Lyn Fullerton (Cameron) 19 Feb 2007
Citation details: Page 3
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Birth about 1952 28

Citation details: 17 Nov 2006
Text:

Portion of a message from Wendy Oldmeadow forwarded by Lyn Fullerton.:

"Ken's daughters especially wanted a visit to the farm in memory of Kenneth, who passed away on 25th October (pancreatic & liver cancer). He was born very close to me - just 10 days older than I am, and he was a good mate of Bruce's and a good nephew to Dad and Dot. Sad to be leaving this earth at 54 years of age, but at least his family are grown up. His youngest turned 21 the day before he died."

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Death of a paternal grandmotherEdith SOMERVILLE
May 4, 1974 (Age 22 years)
Citation details: 51993/1974 MURDOCH EDITH ROBERT ANNIE
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Burial of a paternal grandmotherEdith SOMERVILLE
after May 4, 1974 (Age 22 years)
Address: Presbyterian Section; H/41
Cemetery: Dawson River General
Text:

In Loving Memory of HECTOR MURDOCH Died March 7, 1943 aged 57 years EDITH MURDOCH Died May 4, 1974 Aged 84 years In God's Care

Note: Inscription reads:
MURDOCH-Hector Kendall and Edith MURDOCH (SOMERVILLE)
MURDOCH-Hector Kendall and Edith MURDOCH (SOMERVILLE)

Note: Graves of Hector Kendall MURDOCH and Edith MURDOCH (SOMERVILLE) in Cundletown Cemetery. Taken in 2004.


MURDOCH-Hector Kendall and Edith MURDOCH (SOMERVILLE)
MURDOCH-Hector Kendall and Edith MURDOCH (SOMERVILLE)

Note: Headstone of Hector Kendall MURDOCH and Edith MURDOCH (SOMERVILLE) in Cundletown Cemetery. Taken in 2004.

Death of a fatherHector Kendall “Ken” MURDOCH
January 28, 1996 (Age 44 years)

Publication: Word Document per email from Lyn Fullerton (Cameron) 19 Feb 2007
Citation details: Page 3
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Health
affected by him suffering from polio

Death October 25, 2006 (Age 54 years)

Cause of death: Pancreatic and liver cancer.
Citation details: 17 Nov 2006
Text:

Portion of a message from Wendy Oldmeadow forwarded by Lyn Fullerton.:

"Ken's daughters especially wanted a visit to the farm in memory of Kenneth, who passed away on 25th October (pancreatic & liver cancer). He was born very close to me - just 10 days older than I am, and he was a good mate of Bruce's and a good nephew to Dad and Dot. Sad to be leaving this earth at 54 years of age, but at least his family are grown up. His youngest turned 21 the day before he died."

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BirthEmails - Lyn Fullerton
Citation details: 17 Nov 2006
Text:

Portion of a message from Wendy Oldmeadow forwarded by Lyn Fullerton.:

"Ken's daughters especially wanted a visit to the farm in memory of Kenneth, who passed away on 25th October (pancreatic & liver cancer). He was born very close to me - just 10 days older than I am, and he was a good mate of Bruce's and a good nephew to Dad and Dot. Sad to be leaving this earth at 54 years of age, but at least his family are grown up. His youngest turned 21 the day before he died."

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HealthEulogy - George Robert MURDOCH
NameMurdoch Family History
Publication: Word Document per email from Lyn Fullerton (Cameron) 19 Feb 2007
Citation details: Page 3
Quality of data: primary evidence
DeathEmails - Lyn Fullerton
Citation details: 17 Nov 2006
Text:

Portion of a message from Wendy Oldmeadow forwarded by Lyn Fullerton.:

"Ken's daughters especially wanted a visit to the farm in memory of Kenneth, who passed away on 25th October (pancreatic & liver cancer). He was born very close to me - just 10 days older than I am, and he was a good mate of Bruce's and a good nephew to Dad and Dot. Sad to be leaving this earth at 54 years of age, but at least his family are grown up. His youngest turned 21 the day before he died."

Quality of data: primary evidence