Mid North Coast Pioneers - Newcastle to Lismore and beyond

John Tunbridge DAVEYAge: 65 years18581924

Name
John Tunbridge DAVEY
Given names
John Tunbridge
Surname
DAVEY
Birth December 5, 1858
Citation details: 10142/1858 DAVEY JOHN T JOHN MARY A NEWCASTLE
Citation details: Stewart Family Tree
Religious marriageEdith Amy FEWINSView this family
February 7, 1889 (Age 30 years)
Address: St. Johns' Church of England
Citation details: 6162/1889 DAVEY JOHN T FEWINS AMY NEWCASTLE
Quality of data: primary evidence
Citation details: St Johns Cooks Hill
Publication: Deborah Myers, 17 November 2007,
Citation details: Page 8
Birth of a son
#1
Arthur John DAVEY
August 27, 1889 (Age 30 years)
Address: Bull Street.
Citation details: St Johns Baptism Register
Date of entry in original source: October 3, 1889
Text:

Fathers Occupation = Storekeeper

Baptism of a sonArthur John DAVEY
October 3, 1889 (Age 30 years)
Citation details: Baptism Register St Johns C of E,
Marriage of a childArthur John DAVEYViolet Millicent JESTONView this family
July 19, 1913 (Age 54 years)
Citation details: 11317/1913 DAVEY ARTHUR J JESTON VIOLET M NEWCASTLE
Citation details: Stewart Family Tree
Death of a wifeEdith Amy FEWINS
December 15, 1915 (Age 57 years)
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 17972/1915 DAVEY AMY E JAMES AMELIA HAMILTON
Publication: Deborah Myers, 17 November 2007,
Citation details: Page 8
Burial of a wifeEdith Amy FEWINS
December 17, 1915 (Age 57 years)
Address: Church of England Section 35, Grave 46
Cemetery: Sandgate
Citation details: Funeral Notice
Text:

DAVEY - Relatives and Friends of Messrs. John and Aurth Davey are invited to attend the Funeral of their beloved Wife and Mother, AMY EDITH DAVEY: To move from St John's Church, Parry-street, This Afternoon, at 2.40, for the Church of England Cemetery, Sandgate.

Davey - Edith Amy and John Turnbridge
Davey - Edith Amy and John Turnbridge

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Death September 6, 1924 (Age 65 years)
Address: Newcastle Hospital
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 14428/1924 DAVEY JOHN T JOHN (PHELAN) NEWCASTLE
Citation details: Obituary Monday 8th Sept 1924
Date of entry in original source: September 8, 1924
Text:

COOKS HILL - Mr Jack Davey, an old resident of Newcastle; died in Newcastle Hospital on Saturday. The funeral, which took place yesterday afternoon from St John's Church, Parry Street, Cooks Hill, was largely attended. A short service was held at the church, during which the choir sang the hymn, "Lead, Kindly Light" and at the conclusion "The Dead March" in "Saul" was played by the organist. Rev. F.V.Drake officiated both at the church and at the interment, which was in the Church of England cemetery, Sandgate. The chief mourner was Mr Arthur J Davey of Lismore, only son of the deceased. Messrs. T. Jones, H.W. Nickisson, F.W Newman and T. Eather, member of the parochial council acted as pallbearers. Numerous messages of condolence were received, and wreaths were placed on the grave on behalf of the following: From Chas, Mr & Mrs B.J.Pearce & family, W.F.Cox, from Claude, St Johns Church, Florrie & Lily, from Will. Mrs Davey predeceased her husband ten years.

Burial September 7, 1924 (1 day after death)
Cemetery: Sandgate Cemetery
Citation details: Obituary 8 Sep 1924
Text:

COOKS HILL - Mr Jack Davey, an old resident of Newcastle; died in Newcastle Hospital on Saturday. The funeral, which took place yesterday afternoon from St John's Church, Parry Street, Cooks Hill, was largely attended. A short service was held at the church, during which the choir sang the hymn, "Lead, Kindly Light" and at the conclusion "The Dead March" in "Saul" was played by the organist. Rev. F.V.Drake officiated both at the church and at the interment, which was in the Church of England cemetery, Sandgate. The chief mourner was Mr Arthur J Davey of Lismore, only son of the deceased. Messrs. T. Jones, H.W. Nickisson, F.W Newman and T. Eather, member of the parochial council acted as pallbearers. Numerous messages of condolence were received, and wreaths were placed on the grave on behalf of the following: From Chas, Mr & Mrs B.J.Pearce & family, W.F.Cox, from Claude, St Johns Church, Florrie & Lily, from Will. Mrs Davey predeceased her husband ten years.

Note: Buried in Church of England Section 35A, Grave 46.
Note: Funeral Service was held in St. John's Church, Parry Street, Cooks Hill.
Davey - Edith Amy and John Turnbridge
Davey - Edith Amy and John Turnbridge

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Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about 1857Newcastle, , New South Wales, Australia
23 months
himself
John Tunbridge DAVEY
Birth: December 5, 1858Newcastle, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 6, 1924Newcastle, , New South Wales, Australia
Family with Edith Amy FEWINS - View this family
himself
John Tunbridge DAVEY
Birth: December 5, 1858Newcastle, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: September 6, 1924Newcastle, , New South Wales, Australia
wife
Edith Amy FEWINS
Birth: October 22, 1869 24 21Newcastle, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: December 15, 1915Hamilton, , New South Wales, Australia
Marriage: February 7, 1889Cooks Hill, , New South Wales, Australia
7 months
son
Arthur John DAVEY
Birth: August 27, 1889 30 19Newcastle, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: October 5, 1958Grafton, , New South Wales, Australia

BirthAustin-McQuire Genealogy Web Site
BirthBirths registered in New South Wales.
Citation details: 10142/1858 DAVEY JOHN T JOHN MARY A NEWCASTLE
BirthWeb Site - ancestry.com.au
Citation details: Stewart Family Tree
MarriageAustin-McQuire Genealogy Web Site
MarriageD - Marriages Registered in New South Wales
Citation details: 6162/1889 DAVEY JOHN T FEWINS AMY NEWCASTLE
Quality of data: primary evidence
MarriageAnglican Records
Citation details: St Johns Cooks Hill
MarriageHarnett - Edward - Descendants - By Debra Myers
Publication: Deborah Myers, 17 November 2007,
Citation details: Page 8
DeathDeaths Registered in New South Wales
Publication: New South Wales Government
Citation details: 14428/1924 DAVEY JOHN T JOHN (PHELAN) NEWCASTLE
DeathNewspaper - Newcastle Morning Herald
Citation details: Obituary Monday 8th Sept 1924
Date of entry in original source: September 8, 1924
Text:

COOKS HILL - Mr Jack Davey, an old resident of Newcastle; died in Newcastle Hospital on Saturday. The funeral, which took place yesterday afternoon from St John's Church, Parry Street, Cooks Hill, was largely attended. A short service was held at the church, during which the choir sang the hymn, "Lead, Kindly Light" and at the conclusion "The Dead March" in "Saul" was played by the organist. Rev. F.V.Drake officiated both at the church and at the interment, which was in the Church of England cemetery, Sandgate. The chief mourner was Mr Arthur J Davey of Lismore, only son of the deceased. Messrs. T. Jones, H.W. Nickisson, F.W Newman and T. Eather, member of the parochial council acted as pallbearers. Numerous messages of condolence were received, and wreaths were placed on the grave on behalf of the following: From Chas, Mr & Mrs B.J.Pearce & family, W.F.Cox, from Claude, St Johns Church, Florrie & Lily, from Will. Mrs Davey predeceased her husband ten years.

BurialNewspaper - Newcastle Morning Herald
Citation details: Obituary 8 Sep 1924
Text:

COOKS HILL - Mr Jack Davey, an old resident of Newcastle; died in Newcastle Hospital on Saturday. The funeral, which took place yesterday afternoon from St John's Church, Parry Street, Cooks Hill, was largely attended. A short service was held at the church, during which the choir sang the hymn, "Lead, Kindly Light" and at the conclusion "The Dead March" in "Saul" was played by the organist. Rev. F.V.Drake officiated both at the church and at the interment, which was in the Church of England cemetery, Sandgate. The chief mourner was Mr Arthur J Davey of Lismore, only son of the deceased. Messrs. T. Jones, H.W. Nickisson, F.W Newman and T. Eather, member of the parochial council acted as pallbearers. Numerous messages of condolence were received, and wreaths were placed on the grave on behalf of the following: From Chas, Mr & Mrs B.J.Pearce & family, W.F.Cox, from Claude, St Johns Church, Florrie & Lily, from Will. Mrs Davey predeceased her husband ten years.

SourceAustin-McQuire Genealogy Web Site