Charles Lundie BADGERY

"BLOWERING STATION"

Run No. 176

East Blowering, via Tumut NSW

Area - 6767 Acres & 10,100 acres Occupation License

Charles Lundie BADGERY,

Fifth owner and second owner under the "1860 Robertson Land Act"

1907 - Messrs. Trebeck, Son, and Company, Sydney, report having sold on account of trustees late Joseph Lambert, East Blowering Estate, near Tumut, with 6500 acres of secured lands, and a large area of occupation licence, the purchaser being Mr. C. L. Badgery. - (Ref- Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW : 1870 - 1907)(about) Previous issue Wednesday 17 April 1907).

He brought the propert from Mr Lambert - He sold the propert to the second last owners Killen & Armstrong

Charles was born in 1855 in NSW - parents being Mr Henry & Mary Ann Badgery. - (Ref NSW BDM No.V18551388)

His grand parents Mr James Badgery (1769-1827) & Elizabeth Lundie.

MARRIAGE of Charles Lundie BADGERY and Miss Alice M BUDDEN, in 1883 in Glebe, Sydney. NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.2511.) Her parents being FREDERICK F & ISABELLA DUDDEN

1910 - DEATH OF MR CHARLES LOUDON BADGERY. - The death occurred yesterday morning, under sad circumstances, of Mr. Charles Badgery, the squire of East Blowering. Be rose early and appeared to be in his usual good health and spirits, and made no complaint of feeling unwell. Later he went into the stable to attend to his hackney; and on one of tbe hands entering it he found his master's unconscious form prostrated on the floor. With the assistance of another man, Mr. Badgery was carried from the stable into the residence, where he died shortly afterwards. The deceased had previously been treated at Goulburn for heart failure, and while out on horseback round the station a few days ago after a hard ride remarked to one of the stockmen that he would have to pull up and take it easy as he suffered from heart trouble and was becoming distressed. A brother of his dropped dead from the same malady in Sydney recently. Mr. C. L. Badgery was a native of Exefcer, near Moss Vale, and was born in the year 1858. He was the youngest of tbe family, who are well known through out the State. - (Ref- The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser (NSW : 1903 - 1925)(about) Previous issue Tuesday 1 November 1910 Page 3).

Death of Mr. C. L. Balgery. The "Adelong and Tumut Express." in reporting the death of Mr. Charles Lundie Badgery, states: On the morning of his death Mr. Badgery rose early, had a long conversation with Mr. Yeo (for a long time a trusty employee) about the coming shearing. At about 8.15 a.m. AMr. Bad. gery rode to the old Blowering homestead, last occupied by the previous owner, Mr. Joseph lambert, and returning put his horse in the stable. He had evidently been grooming it down as a brush was on the ground near.him in a skillion off the stalls, and he was in an unconscious condition on the floor.

This was about a minute or so after he had entered the stables. The matter was immediately reported, and he was removed to his residence, but he never.regained consciousness and at 8.30 a.m. passed silently away. The subject of our obituary first started business in the pastoral line in Roma, Queensland. This property he disposed of. Thence he came to Yass, where he had a nice station property. Ridding himself of this, he took up Clear Hills, Gunning, which after a time, he disposed of and then went to Sydney. Thence he he went to Goulburn, and whilst living there he purchased the well known East Blowering Station. This was about three or four years ago. On this he erected a splendid homestead and outhouses, laid water on by means of a hydraulic ram, and at great expenses effected all round substantial station improvements and matters were progressing favourably when the cruel hand of death called him hence. His Blowering neighbours one and all speak of him in the kindest terms, and he was beloved by his employees, who deeply regret their loss. Mr. Badgery left a widow and three daughters. - (Ref- Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940)(about) Previous issue Tuesday 8 November 1910 Page 4).

On the 30th October, 1910 Charles L BADGERY died Aged 55 YEARS. - Records show that in 1910 BADGERY, CHARLES L parents HENRY & MARY A died in TUMUT - (Ref- NSW BDM 15664/1910)- Having enjoyed 27 years of marriage. He is buried in the All Saints Anglican Cemetery, Sutton Forest. NSW. In the Pioneer section, row 16 plot 1.(Ref - http://www.hawkesbury.net.au/cemetery/southern_highlands/all_saints/). - NEWSPAPER The late Mr Charles L Badgery, whose death at East Blowering Tumut was reported in the "Herald" a few days ago, was the twelfth and youngest son of the late Mr Henry Badgery, of "Vine Lodge", Exeter and was a brother of Messrs J A Badgery, Ivy Hall, H S Badgers (of Pitt, Son and Badgey, F D Badgers (Goulburn), E H Badgery (Moss Vale), and the late A. D Badgery, who died three months ago. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Tuesday 8 November 1910).

OBITUARY. A telegram was received in Goulburn on Monday announcing the death of Mr. Charles L. Badgery, of Tumut, and formerly a well-known resident of Goulburn. Mr. Badgery lived for some time at "Bindagundra," Minghorne street, now occupied by the Church of England Girls' Grammar School. He left Goulburn about 12 months ago for Blowering, near Tumut, where he built a residence. He was the younger brother of Mr. F. D. Badgery, and was a pastoralist. - (Ref- Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940)(about) Previous issue Tuesday 1 November 1910).

SALE OF STATION PROPERTY. Messrs Hum and Scaright, conjointly with Messers Badgery Bros report the sale, on account of the executure of the late C L Badgery of East Blowering Station Tumut district comprising 6767 acres freehold and 10,100 acres occupation license, with all stock, etc Purchaser is Mr Killen, of Merribee, in Barellan. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Friday 30 December 1910

Alice M BADGERY died on the 7th February, 1934, at the age of 74 Years in Katoomba, NSW. - (Ref- NSW BDM 3805/1934). Some 24 years after Charles. Alice is buried in the All Saints Anglican Cemetery, Sutton Forest, NSW - Pioneer section, row 16 plot 1. (Ref - http://www.hawkesbury.net.au/cemetery/southern_highlands/all_saints/).

BIRTHS & DEATHS resulting from the marriage Charles Lundie Badgery and Alice M (Budden):

Unfortunately the records show that the first three children were boys and all were dead by the age of just 15 years. The three females matured to be able to marry.

1. 1884 - Eric Foster BADGERY, parents CHARLES L & ALICE M he was born in Berrima, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.15739) - On the 29th February, 1899 Eric Foster BADGERY died in Goulburn, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.1585) - Aged 15 years. He is buried in the All Saints Anglican Cemetery, Sutton Forest. NSW. In the Pioneer section, row 16 plot 1. (Ref - http://www.hawkesbury.net.au/cemetery/southern_highlands/all_saints/).

2. 1889 - Reginald Charles BADGERY, parents Charles L & Alice M was born in BERRIMA, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.17105). Unfortunately in the same year 1889 Reginald Charles BADGERY died in Berrima, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.7924) - Aged 4.5 mths. He is buried in the "All Saints" Anglican Cemetery, Sutton Forest. NSW. In the Pioneer section, row 16 plot 1.(Ref - http://www.hawkesbury.net.au/cemetery/southern_highlands/all_saints/).

3. 1890 - Montague BADGERY, parents Charles L & Alice M was born in Berrima, NSW. - (Ref NSW BDM No.6943) - On the 14th August,1890 Montague BADGERY, died in Berrima, NSW. - (Ref NSW BDM No.3041). Aged 14 days. He is buried in the "All Saints" Anglican Cemetery, Sutton Forest, NSW - In the Pioneer section, row 16 plot 1. (Ref - http://www.hawkesbury.net.au/cemetery/southern_highlands/all_saints/).

4. 1894 - Ruth Emily BADGERY, parents Charles L & Alice W was born in Goulburn, NSW. - (Ref- NSW BDM 14103/1894). In the year 1917 Ruth E married Mr Norman L BELL in Sydney, NSW. - (Ref NSW BDM No.3262/1917). - 1917 - MARRIAGE - MARRIAGES. BELL - BADGERY. - April 10, 1917, at St, Philip's Church, Sydney, by Rev. C. E. Curtis, Norman Livingstone, second son of Frank L. Bell, of Neutral Bay, to Ruth Emily, second daughter of the late C. L. Badgery, of Blowering, Tumut, and Mrs. C. L. Badgery, of Cremorne. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Saturday 16 June 1917).

5. 1896 Elizabeth F BADGERY, parents Charles L & Alice M was born in Yass, NSW - (REf NSW BDM No.27395/1896) Then in 1897 Elizabeth F BADGERY, died in Randwick, Sydney. - (Ref NSW BDM No.2500)

6. 1905 - Alice M BADGERY, parents Charles L & Alice M was born in Gunning, NSW - (REf NSW BDM No.25387/1905). In 1926 Alice M BADGERY married Mr Ian C Marsh in Sydney, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.14068).

1926 - MARRIAGE BRIDE WHO DEFIED SUPERSTITION. - MAIDS IN OREBW. - - Miss Marcia Badgery, daughter of Mrs. C. L, Badgery, of Roseville, late of East Blowering. Tumut, defied superstition when she dressed her bridesmaids in green for her wedding at St. James' Church last night (says the Sydney "News."

The bridegroom was Mr lan Marsh son of Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Marsh, of Tumut. Mr. H C. Hudden gave the bride away, and very charming she looked in her picture gown of ivory flowered taffeta, with old world ruch I higs on the skirt. A beautiful Honiton :lacc veil, held in place, by a wreath of 'silver leaves, enveloped thc gown, and a sheaf of white and pale pink' hyacin- 1 tbs and stocks added to thc pictures Hue effect.

Almond green georgette frocks poised on silver lame were chosen for the bridesmaids, Miss Joan Budden and Miss Nancy Miles. They were made in a jumper effect with ideated skirts, and worn with green tulle bats. Fun-shaped posies of pink roses and cyclamen sweet peas gave a charming contrast, Mr, Stuart Allard was best man, and Mr. John Gaden was groomsman.

The reception was held at The Ambassadors.The bride's mother wore a gown of black beaded georgette with a black velvet coat and black hat. Her posy was of cerise sweet peas and lavender. On leaving for the honey- moon, which will be spent on a motor tour, the bride wore a cellar bro'Vii tailored suite with hat to tone. - (Ref- Cairns Post (Qld. : 1909 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Friday 19 November 1926).

DEATHS

1891 BADGERY, Kenneth H parents Charles L & Alice M died in Moss Vale, NSW - (Ref NSW BDM No.9618) To date the write has not been able to locate a Birth Record for Kenneth.

1887 - STOCK PASSINGS. -

2000 mixed sheep from Adjunbilly to Cootamundra, J. Franklin owner, and in charge, Miller and Miller, agents:

1800 mixed wosnóra from Bungle to Cootamundra, J. Miller, owner, J. Smiles in oharge, Millor and Miller agents;

2500 ewes from Wagga Wagga to Middleton, Mrs. Greaves owner, Warden Harry Greaves agent;

5500 store wethers from Blowering to East Bland, A. D. Badgery owner, T. Hurley in charge, Miller and Miller agents. - (Ref- Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW : 1870 - 1907)(about) Previous issue Saturday 26 March 1887).

1910 - SALE - Charles Lundie Badgert sold Blowering Station to Mr W W Killen. - SALES OF STATION PROPERTY. - Messrs Hum and Scaright, conjointly with Badgery Bros report the sale, on account of the executurs of the late C L Badgery of East Blowering Station in the Tumut district comprising 6767 acres freehold and 10,100 acres Occupation License, with all stock, etc Purchaser was Mr Killen, of Merribee, Barellan. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Friday 30 December, 1910.

Further information and Index found on the website of Mr ROBERT V J VARMAN, PhD and http://www.geocities.com/docroberre/scc16.html

The following is an index of over 2,200 names which appear in the biographical volume of the Aldine Centennial History of New South Walse, published in 1888. There are several major versions of the biographical volume, modified to suit subscribers to the volume according to the district in New South Wales. For example the Newcastle version (not stated on the volume as such) has a reduced section for Sydney and other areas. I have seen five different versions but know there are more, I have not yet seen a version that includes Tumut for instance.

Baddeley, Charles Henry. Pambula

Badgery, Andrew Delfosse. Sutton Forest

Badgery, Charles Lundie. Roma Downs, Queensland

Badgery, Edward Hamilton. Moss Vale

Badgery, Frank Arthur, Sutton Forest

Badgery, Frederick Durham. Lake Bathurst

Badgery, Henry. Sutton Forest

Badgery, Henry Septimus. Summer Hill

Badgery, James. Mossvale

Badgery, John Alexander, Sutton Forest

1892 - PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. - GUNDAGAI, Saturday. - Stock movements:- Yesterday,

7200 sheep from Blowering station, on route to Modium station, executors of the will of Edward Flood owners, F. A. Ashton in charge;

coming forward, 9000 sheep, same owners and destination, F. J. Roberts in charge. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Monday 23 May 1892).

1892 - PASTORAL INTELLIGENCE. - (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.) - WAGGA, MONDAY. - The following are the stock passings:-

6000 sheep, from Toogimbie, going to Wagga Wagga, Messrs. Parsons and Dill owners, Piper in charge:

8000 sheep, James Wade in charge, from Kangaroo Plains, going to Tumut;

5000 sheep, Messrs. Austin and Millear owners, from Mushga station, going to Long Plain, J. Cullen in charge;

900 sheep. Mr. W. Paton owner, from Kimo, going to the mountains, via Gundagai, owner in charge;

432 fat wethers, Mr. S. Campbell, Kooba farm, owner, going by rail to Homebush market:

4326 sheep, Mr. Badgery owner, from Lake Bathurst, going to the mountains via Gundagai. T.Seals in charge;

32 head of fat cattle, Mr. John Alston owner, from Carrathool, going by rail to the Homebush market;

20,000 sheep, Mr. F. Jenkins owner, from Buckingbong station, going to Nottingham Forest, Tumut, J. Bush in charge;

390 mixed sheep, Mr. Peter Bell owner, going to the Homebush market by rail from Carrathool;

8000 sheep, Mr. R. Rivers owner, going to Blowering from Carrathool, R. Rivers, jun.,charge;

2500 fat wethers, going to the Melbourne market from Hartwood. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Tuesday 6 December 1892).

This report is submitted in good faith. All endeavours have been made to make all entries authentic and correct. For any corrections and additional valuable information, maps and photos you may have please contact John

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