OBITUARY. MR. HENRY NANCARROW.
He was a first-class townsman, and took a prominent part in all that would assist that township to advance, including such offices as president of the hospital, president of the A. and P. Assocition, etc.
He left Wellington for Forest Reefs, and then went to Deewhy.
He leaves a wife and six children, Messrs.
3. Phillip (Woy Woy),
4. Mrs. Spicer (Woollahra),
5. Mrs, McDonald (Woy Woy), and
Brothers and Sister
Messrs. J. Nancarrow,
Richard Nancarrow, Inspector of Police at Narrandera, and
Mrs. W. Flynn are brothers and sister.
Mr. Nancarrow lived a life of unremitting hard work.
Some weeks ago he sustained a paralytic stroke, followed with a second stroke a week later, and thereafter remained unconscious for ten weeks.-(Ref- Leader (Orange, NSW : 1899 - 1945) Mon 14 Feb 1921 Page 1 OBITUARY).
OBITUARY - MRS. HARRY NANCARROW
At 9.11 p.m. on Thursday last the death occurred, in Valmar Private Hospital, of Mrs. Louisa Jessie, wife of Mr. Harry Nancarrow, of Simpson St., Tumut, the cause of her demise being double pneumonia. Deceased was admitted to hospital the previous Saturday very ill, and all that medical skill and attentive nursing could do was done to pull her through the ordeal. Her age was 30 years. She was the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mitchell, Newtown, Sydney, and married Mr. Nancarrow 10½ years ago at St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Newtown. They came to Tumut nine years ago, Mr. Nancarrow being engaged in motor car engineering.
Both became very popular citizens, and Mrs. Nancarrow interested herself very much in church work, being a prominent member of the Presbyterian Women's Guild, though the care of a young family occupied her time almost to the full.
There are three boys (Harry, Ron. and Kevin) and one girl (Ruth) and a sorrowing husband left to mourn the loss of a devoted mother and wife, and deep sympathy goes out to them from the whole community.
The funeral took place on Friday last, the remains being laid to rest in the Church of England portion of the New Cemetery, Revs. S. Broadfoot and J. J. Malcomson officiating at the graveside, and Messrs. W. H. Fuller and Son attending to the mortuary duties. The casket-bearers were Messrs. P. Stathis, F. E. Arnoult, W. H. Fuller, H. Nancarrrow, N. Buckley and .T. N. Learmont. The casket was bestrewn with many beautiful wreaths, tributes to the esteem of the departed one. - (Ref- The Tumut and Adelong Times (NSW : 1864 - 1867; 1899 - 1950) Tue 16 Jun 1936 Page 2 OBITUARY).
Jim Lyall - BP Service Station - Capper St - sold to Barry KELL. - Barry Kell.
Jim Lyall - BP Service Station - 5 Ways Tumut - (Ref- The Tumut and Adelong Times (NSW : 1864 - 1867; 1899 - 1950) Tue 16 Jun 1936 Page 2)