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Resumed by the NSW State Government -
was on the property in 1872 - Ref Grevilles
223/1864 Edward VICKERY married Miss Isabella REGENT in SYDNEY
15757/1865 Wilhelmina VICKERY born to parents EDWARD & ISABELLA in TUMUT
15495/1866 Emma E VICKERY born to parents EDWARD & ISABELLA in TUMUT
17735/1870 Agnes G E VICKERY born to parents EDWARD & ISABELLA in TUMUT = in Agnes married Mr Henry W McAlister in TUMUT - (Ref- NSW BDM 7295/1892)
5934/1886 Edward VICKERY married Miss Hannah E LORD in WEST MAITLAND
35517/1887 Harry L VICKERY born to parents EDWARD & HANNAH in TUMUT
36666/1888 Edward C VICKERY born to parents EDWARD & HANNAH in TUMUT
34426/1890 Roy N VICKERY born to parents EDWARD & HANNAH in TUMUT
35438/1892 Gordon K VICKERY born to parents EDWARD & HANNAH in TUMUT = He died in 1924 in TUMUT - (Ref- NSW BDM 3974/1924).
33837/1894 John A VICKERY born to parents EDWARD & HANNAH E in TUMUT = He died in 1972 in TUMUT - (Ref- NSW BDM 46536/1972).
7707/1897 Robert M VICKERY born to parents EDWARD & HANNAH E in TUMUT
819/1898 Edward W VICKERY married Miss Alice B BARTON in CLARENCE TOWN
13679/1910 Edward E VICKERY married Miss Mary A FOSTER in TUMUT
412/1936 VICKERY EBEN KELVIN EDWARD married Miss SCOULLER DULCIE ELIZABETH in SYDNEY
15332/1948 VICKERY HERBERT EDWARD married Miss HAHN UNA MAVIS in CONCORD
26697/1951 VICKERY KENNETH EDWARD married Miss DUGGAN PATRICIA in HURSTVILLE
13679/1910 VICKERY, EDWARD E married Miss FOSTER MARY A in TUMUT
9328/1909 VICKERY, ERNEST C married Miss FLETCHER MAUD L in TUMUT
15700/1914 VICKERY, ROY H married Miss MULVIHILL AMY in TUMUT
1937 Aubrey Edward VICKERY married Miss Mary Alice HAMPSTEAD in TUMUT - (Ref- NSW BDM 9795/1937).
1949 Edwin Ross VICKERY married Miss Norma Joyce REED in TUMUT - (Ref- NSW BDM 14494/1949)
16688/1949 John Noel VICKERY married Miss Marjorie Frances ROWNE in TUMUT
7218/1884 MITCHELL LIVINGSTONE married Miss VICKERY EMMA in TUMUT
7688/1891 LUSTY WILLIAM J married Miss VICKERY EMMA E in TUMUT
2542/1930 DONNELLY WILLIAM J married Miss VICKERY SARA in TUMUT
12374/1911 Edward VICKERY parents WILLIAM & MARY in TUMUT
6110/1862 Alfred VICKERY parents AGE 23 YEARS DIED TUMUT in TUMUT
1635/1963 Harry Lisle VICKERY parents EDWARD & HANNAH ELIZABETH in TUMUT
27384/1967 Amy VICKERY parents MICHAEL & MARY-ANN in TUMUT
25999/1948 Hannah Elizabeth VICKERY parents JOHN & MARY in TUMUT
21353/1945 Muriel Emma VICKERY parents MURIEL CHRISTINA in TUMUT
THE LATE CONSTABLE G. KEN. VICKERY.
We briefly reported in last issue the death, of Constable Gordon Kenneth Vickery, of Tumbarumba, which took place at the Tumut Hospital on Thursday morning last. Deceased was the fourth son of the late Edward and of Mrs. H. B. Vickery, of Tumut Plains, and was 31 years of age.
Ten years ago he joined the N.S.W. police force and was stationed at Broken Hill, Wentworth and, Tumbarumba, at the latter for the last two years and three months.
In 1918 he underwent an operation at the hands of Sir Alexander McCormack in the Coast Hospital for an internal complaint and again in 1921 for a recurrence of the trouble (gastric ulcers). After the last operation he could not regain his lost strength, and towards the end of last month his condition became so serious that he was admitted to the local hospital. Internal hemorrhage had then set in and from the time of his admission on Boxing Day he never rallied, dying from perforation of the stomach, which caused the hemorrhage, and exhaustion.
In 1916 he married Miss Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Jarvis, of Cootamundra and formerly, of Tumut, and to them was born a daughter, Daphne, five years of age. Deceased was a highly respected officer, and made many friends where ever he went, having the goodwill of his fellow officers as well as the public, born of his conception of his duty to do justice to all men and act with discretion. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved widow and daughter, mother and brothers (Ted, Lyle, Roy, Bob and Jack) and step sister (Mrs. Harry McAllster, Goulburn), all of whom were present at the funeral.
The coffined remains were borne to the hearse and thence to the grave in the Church of England portion of the new cemetery, on Friday afternoon, by his "comrades in blue," viz: Sergt. Vallins (Tumut), Sergt. O'Connor (his superior officer at Tumbarumba), Constables McAndrew (Batlow), O'Neil (Tumut) and Irwin (Tumut), who sent a beautiful wreath tied with white ribbon conveying in gold lettering their sympathy for the bereaved. Rev. K. L. McKeown officiated at the graveside. - (Ref- The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settlers' Adviser (NSW : 1903 - 1925)(about) Previous issue Tuesday 8 January 1924 Page 3).
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