John Thomas Dunn

C Dunn - Entrance Lane

MARRIAGE

Dunn-Smith.-At All Saints' Church, Tumut, Hazel Mary, daughter of Mr. W. H. Smith, of Sydney, to Thomas Henry, youngest son of Mr. T. J. Dunn, of Talbingo. - (Ref- The Land (Sydney, NSW : 1911 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Friday 13 January 1933 Page 12).

Miss Ethel May Dunn, daughter of Mr. John Thomas Dunn, of the Talbingo Hotel was joined in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr. William Moorhead, of north of Ireland. - (Ref- Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1939)(about) Previous issue Friday 21 March 1919 Page 6).

Marriages for the Groom's last name Dunn in the years 1788 to 1962 registered in the District of Tumut.

4296/1876 DUNN JOHN PATRICK married Miss SPENCER, ELIZABETH in TUMUT

7147/1883 DUNN THOMAS PACKETT ANNIE TUMUT

7147/1883 DUNN THOMAS PUCKETT ANNIE TUMUT

7306/1887 DUNN DENNIS FRENCH MARGARET M TUMUT

12233/1908 DUNN SAMUEL THOMAS SARAH J TUMUT

3175/1911 DUNN JOHN J O'CONNOR ELLEN TUMUT

3175/1911 DUNN JOHN J OCONNOR ELLEN TUMUT

7570/1912 DUNN JOHN T SMITH MAUD A TUMUT

5485/1956 DUNN KEVIN ERNEST GIBBONS JOAN MERLE TUMUT

14373/1960 DUNN CLARENCE ARTHUR MAGUIRE SHIRLEY MARGARET TUMUT

11828/1915 DUNN CHARLES A HITCHCOCK ELSIE M TUMUT

3991/1933 DUNN THOMAS H SMITH HAZEL A M TUMUT

4003/1933 DUNN KEITH CHRISTIAN GRACE TUMUT

14323/1934 DUNN AMOS E BULLOCK ELSIE M T TUMUT

10903/1939 DUNN AMOA EBESBERY MACGRATH PHYLLIS MARGARET TUMUT

10903/1939 DUNN AMOA EBESBERY MCGRATH PHYLLIS MARGARET TUMUT

11118/1940 DUNN HENRY ERNEST PASSLOW ILMA ADA TUMUT

marriages for the and Bride's last name Dunn in the years 1788 to 1962 registered in the District of tumut.

2732/1858 NUGENT THOMAS married DUNN, ELIZABETH in TUMUT

4065/1873 SUTTON WILLIAM DUNN ELIZABETH TUMUT

4538/1877 KEEFE THOMAS DUNN ELLEN TUMUT

4945/1879 BECK RICHARD DUNN ANNE TUMUT

7285/1887 HARRIS WILLIAM T DUNN MATILDA TUMUT

7114/1889 QUIN MICHAEL DUNN AGUSTA TUMUT

7158/1890 ELPHICK WILLIAM DUNN ESTHER A TUMUT

6920/1894 SNOWDEN RICHARD DUNN MARY TUMUT

4264/1898 LOWES GEORGE DUNN MARY TUMUT

4479/1899 GOLDSMITH HENRY J DUNN MARGARET A TUMUT

2625/1907 DUNNE THOMAS DUNN ELIZABETH M TUMUT

9088/1908 FRASER JOHN T DUNN SARAH J TUMUT

3173/1911 SUTTON CHARLES DUNN ELSIE C TUMUT

14737/1911 WORTZ WILLIAM H DUNN ETHEL M TUMUT

3472/1913 PATRICK PETER J DUNN CATHERINE H TUMUT

11829/1915 BUCHANAN NORMAN DUNN EMILY E TUMUT

1133/1919 MOORHEAD WILLIAM DUNN ETHEL M TUMUT

24684/1940 ODDY ALVY JOHN DUNN EVA MAY TUMUT

21316/1950 CATON THOMAS ARTHUR DUNN MARGARET MARY TUMUT

BIRTHS

21483/1877 DUNN ELIZABETH M parents JOHN PATRICK & ELIZABETH in TUMUT

28435/1882 DUNN MARGARET ALICE JOHN PATRICK ELIZA TUMUT

32646/1884 DUNN MARY ANN JOHN ELIZABETH TUMUT

35507/1887 DUNN JOHN J JOHN P ELIZABETH TUMUT

24281/1879 DUNN ELLEN JOHN P ELIZABETH TUMUT

34440/1890 DUNN PHILIP JOHN P ELIZA TUMUT

DEATHS

12685/1890 DUNN MARY A parents JOHN P & ELIZABETH in TUMUT

6872/1906 DUNN ELLEN JOHN ELIZABETH TUMUT

7511/1908 DUNN WILLIAM JOHN MARTHA TUMUT

14693/1885 DUNN ANNIE JOHN MARIA TUMUT

6851/1961 DUNN JOHN THOMAS JOHN THOMAS EMMA TUMUT

11635/1914 DUNN MALE INFANT JOHN T MAUD A TUMUT

6155/1950 DUNN CATHERINE HANNAH JOHN CATHERINE TUMUT

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TUMUT - (From Our Own Correspondent.) Monday. March 17.

On Saturday afternoon, March 10, a meeting was held by the members of the Tumut Agricultural and Pastoral Association to consider the advisability of holding the postponed annual show, the idea having been abandoned sometime back on account of drought and restrictions by the Public Health Board. However, it was unanimously decided by the meeting to venture onto the show and hold it on Thursday, April 2 and 3. Entries close on Saturday. March 22.

Mr W. Hayward, Tumut, has received information from Divisional Headquarters dated November 19 that his son. Pte. F. G. Hayward, of the 29th Battalion, has been mentioned in Australian Corps Routine Order for gallantry on the field at Bulle court and Nourway.. Pte. Jasi M'Namara, Pte. D. M'Gruer and Pte. W. Sturt returned, home during the week and were accorded the usual hearty welcome on arrival.

The sad news reached town on Saturday last of the death of Mr. John Curll, jun., of Springfield, son of Mrs. J. Curll, of Blowering Road. Mr. Curll carried on share system dairying and corn farming pursuits and a couple of months ago, whilst occupied in shoeing a draught horse, received a kick in the nose and had not been feeling well ever since. The young man left for Bowning with his brother on Wednesday, hoping to recover his health by rest and change, but passed away on the following Saturday. Deepest sympathy is extended to the widowed mother and family in their affliction.

On Thursday morning Mr. ThomaS Morris, Spring Flat, East Blowering, died at his residence, aged 78 years

Cattle from Tumut district realised top prices at Homebush lately. Mr. M. S. Downing's bullocks averaged 20/15/ each ; heifers, 13/16/; steers from Wermatong Station (H. L. Harris), 15/5/; Mr. A. N. Stacy's cows, 14/4/. Mr. T.' Sullivan's wethers brought 1/13/3 each.

Miss Agnes Weeden daughter of Mr John Weeden, Tumut, who has been teaching for 13 years at our local superior public school, left on Friday last to take up duties at Cessnock Superior Public School. Miss Smith another lady teacher at our school, has also been removed and Mrs Ferris, wife of the head master, is at present filling the vacancy.

Miss Ethel May Dunn daughter of Mr John Thomas Dunn of the Talbingo Hotel was joined in the holy bonds of matrimony to Mr. William Moorhead, of north of Ireland.

Miss Alicia Rosetta Manns, daughter of Mr. H. G. Manns, of Bombowlee, and Mr. William S. Galloway, of Gilmore, were also married.

Both weddings took place last week at All Saints Church of England, Rev. C. E. Burgess being the celebrant.

A meeting of the Repatriation Committee was held on Friday afternoon last, Mr. D. L. Heilehy presiding. The Adelong Soldiers' Memorial Committee applied for funds to renovate their honor board, also for permission to raise a sum of about 300 for the erection of a memorial for soldiers who had voluntered, same being granted.

A vote of thanks was accorded the Tumut Turf Club for agreeing to hold a day's races for the benefit of the Repatriation Committee's funds on Monday evening last a large number of people gathered at Gilmore Hotel to extend a welcome home to Corporal Thomas O'Brien and Pte. W. J. C. Wilson: A banquet was prepared at which the usual toasts were honored.

A concert was held at Camelot, the residence of Mr and Mrs. Stacy, Tumut Plains on Monday evening last; also a welcome to Captain and Mrs Clem Harris and Ptn. E. M'Alister. Miss Bridle played an overture and Miss E. Harris followed with a pianoforte solo. Songs were given by Mrs. Norris, Mrs. Arthur, Miss Phillips and Miss Thelma Howard.

Sunday school pupils gave a dialogue, 'Cinderella,' and Mr. Lefevre and Miss I. Hargreaves 'The Fire Brigade.' Mr. Kehoe gave a few comic songs, which were well enjoyed and Mrs Morris a monologue, Peter Mr Malone sang 'The Veteran's Song.' Miss Bridle, Miss Stella Hargreaves and Mrs. A. R. Norris acted as accompanists during the evening. - (Ref- Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1939)(about) Previous issue Friday 21 March 1919 Page 6).

TUMUT - TUMUT Band committee made arrangements for Band Sunday, which is being held on December 6. Brass bands will be present from Wagga, Yass, Harden, Cootamundra and Temora. A special train will be run. It was decided that the bands march from the station to the South African War Memorial in the court house grounds. Major de V. Lamb will place a wreath on the memorial.

The Oddfellow's Hall is to be procured for the luncheon. It was decided to insure against rain. A successful dance and euchre tournament was held in the Gilmore Agricultural Bureau Hall, in aid of Mr Moran Beattie's candidature in the 'Popular Man' competition. The proceeds totalled 37/10/.. Novelty dances were won by Miss A. Abbott and Mr R. Bowler, and Miss Mona Whatman and Mr W. Butler. The euchre prizes were won by Messrs. M. Manns, C. Whatman, A. Sullivan and Messrs. J. Stitt and C. Arentz.

At Spring Flat Hall a dance was held in aid of the school picnic fund. Novelty dances wore won by Mr. J. Thomas and partner, and Mr. C. W. Oddy and partner. About 6 will be available for prizes for the school children.

Results of the annual examination recently held at Brungle Public School: Class 1: A. Crane 1, M. Murphy 2. Class 2: D. M'Kenzie 1, R. Crane 2. Class 3: G. M'Gruer 1, L. Crane 2. Class 4A: N. Owen 1, J. Hartshorn 2. Class 4B: M. Jones 1, T. Murphy 2. Class 5: J. Wade 1, F. Kelly 2. Class 6: P, M'Gruer 1, J. M'Gruer 2. Class 7: R. Hartshorn 1, L. M'Kenzie 2. Dux: R. Hartshorn. Needlework Class 4A: N. Owen 1, J. Hartshorn 2. Class 4B: M. Jones. 1, T. Murphy 2. Class 5: J. Wade 1, F. Kelly 2. Class 6: P. M'Gruer and R. Crane divided. Class 7: J. Wade 1, L. M'Kenzie and G. Kelly divided 2. Mr. Arthur Potter, who is employed by Mr. A. Glee on one of the Bombow lee dairies, met with an accident. He was leaning over the dashboard of tho milk cart when his foot slipped. He overbalanced and struck his ribs. Jt was found he had fractured two ribs. . A social was held in- the . Lacmalac Hall, the proceeds of which are to be equally divided between the Church of England and Mr, T. Hilly 's candidature in the 'Popular. Man' competition. About 12 was taken. The movie star dance was won by Mr. Chas. Anderson (Buster Keaton) and Miss P. Dowling (Mae West), Monte Carlo by Mr. H. Buckley and Mrs. T. Harris, spot dance by Mr. R. M'Grath. and Miss M. Power.

About 30 couples attended the social held at Mr. and Mrs. Christian's residence, Yarrangobilly. Proceeds were in aid of the Yarrangobilly School picnic, and as a result 10 was handed in. The Monte Carlo dance was won by Mr. M. Groves and partner, lucky spot by Mr. E. Groves and partner.

Batlow cricketers defeated Tumut Plains by six wickets and four runs. The death has occurred of Mr. John Thomas Dunn, aged 74 years, which took place at Talbingo. Born at Adaminaby, the son of the late William Dunn, he was a district pioneer, following mining at Kiandra, saw milling at Yarrangobilly, and mail contracting between Tumut and Kiandra. Four sons and three daughters remain.

Following are the concluding matches of a successful night tournament conducted by Tumut Tennis Club: Doubles: Final, Miss Claffey and C. Jepsen (|50) v. A. Fuller and Miss Anderson (HO) 7/5. Ladies Doubles: Miss Fuller and Mrs. Smart (30) v. Miss Cleffey and Mrs. Beegling (30) 7/3. Men's Doubles: A. Fuller and J. Lockeridge (40) v. J. Riley and L. Crampton (J40.) 7/5. In the southern zone final of the Niagara Vase Tennis Competition, played at Tumut, Batlow defeated Gundagai C team 4 rubbers to one. - (Ref- Albury Banner and Wodonga Express (NSW : 1896 - 1939)(about) Previous issue Friday 27 November 1936 Page 40).