Vaughan Rees Jones1

M, #170, b. 10 December 1866, d. 25 October 1942
Rees Vaughan Jones 1866-1942
FatherJohn Jones2,3 b. 22 Feb 1827, d. 27 Jul 1917
MotherElizabeth Ann Mason1,2 b. c 1835, d. 15 Oct 1922
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Keith Graham Bassett
Last Edited5 Jun 2016
Name Variation Rees Vaughan Jones1 
Birth*10 December 1866 McLaren Vale, SA, Australia;
When Born: December 10 1866
Name: Rees Vaughan
Sex: Male
Name and Surname of Father: John Jones
Name and Maiden Name of Mother: Elizabeth Ann Jones, formerly Mason
Rank or Profession of Father: Farmer
Residence of Parents: McLaren Vale4 
Marriage*13 September 1893 Holy Trinity Church, Lyndoch, SA, Australia;
Groom: Vaughan Rees Jones
Status: Bachelor
Occupation: Farmer
Age: 26
Usual Residence: Miram Piram, VIC
Father: John Jones

Bride: Elizabeth Jane Milgate
Status: Spinster
Occupation:
Age: 26
Usual Residence: Lyndoch, SA
Father: James Milgate

Date of Marriage: September 13st 1893
Place of Marriage: Holy Trinity Church, Lyndoch
Religion: Church of England
Witnesses: Edith Emily Milgate, lyndoch
David Thomson Jnr, Moulder, Gawler
Minister: H A Brooksbank;Bride=Elizabeth Jane Milgate5 
Birth of Son24 May 1894 Miram Piram, VIC, Australia;
Name: Herbert Ross Jones
Sex of Child: Male
Date of Birth: 24 May 1894
Place of Birth: Miram Piram

Father: Rees Vaughan Jones
Occupation: Farmer
Birthplace: McLaren Vale South Australia
Age: 27

Date of Marriage: 13 September 1893
Place of Marriage: Lyndoch South Australia

Mother: Elizabeth Jane Millgate
Birthplace: Lyndoch South Australia
Age: 26

Previous Issue:

Informant: Rees Vaughan Jones, father, Miram Piram

Accoucher: Not any
Nurse: Mrs Jones
Witnesses: Mrs Sanders;Principal=Herbert Ross Jones6 
Birth of Son1895 Kaniva District, VIC, Australia;Principal=Victor Milgate Jones7 
Birth of Son16 May 1897 Miram Piram, VIC, Australia;
Name: Edgar Reece Jones
Sex of Child: Male
Date of Birth: 16 May 1897
Place of Birth: Miram Piram

Father: Vaughan Jones
Occupation: Farmer
Birthplace: McLaren Vale South Australia
Age: 30

Date of Marriage: 13 September 1893
Place of Marriage: Lyndoch South Australia

Mother: Elizabeth Jane Milgate
Birthplace: Lyndoch South Australia
Age: 30

Previous Issue: Herbert Ross 3 years, Victor Milgate 1 year 7 months

Informant: Vaughan Jones, father, Miram Piram

Accoucher: Not any
Nurse: Mrs Jones
Witnesses: Not any;Principal=Edgar Reece Jones6 
Birth of Son25 March 1899 Miram Piram, VIC, Australia;
Name: Ivan Harold Jones
Sex of Child: Male
Date of Birth: 25 March 1899
Place of Birth: Miram Piram

Father: Vaughan Jones
Occupation: Farmer
Birthplace: McLaren Vale South Australia
Age: 31

Date of Marriage: 13 September 1893
Place of Marriage: Lyndoch South Australia

Mother: Elizabeth Jane Milgate
Birthplace: Lyndoch South Australia
Age: 32

Previous Issue: Herbert Ross 5 years, Victor Milgate 3 years 6 months, Edgar Reece 1 year 11 months

Informant: Vaughan Jones, father, Miram Piram

Accoucher: Not any
Nurse: Mrs E A Jones
Witnesses: Not any;Principal=Ivan Harold Jones6 
Birth of Son27 September 1900 Miram Piram, VIC, Australia;
Name: Eric Phillip Vaughan Jones
Sex of Child: Male
Date of Birth: 27 September 1900
Place of Birth: Miram Piram

Father: Vaughan Jones
Occupation: Farmer
Birthplace: McLaren Vale South Australia
Age: 32

Date of Marriage: 13 September 1893
Place of Marriage: Lyndoch South Australia

Mother: Elizabeth Jane Millgate
Birthplace: Lyndoch South Australia
Age: 33

Previous Issue: Herbert Ross 6, Victor Milgate 5, Edgar Reece 3, Ivan Harold 1 year 8 months

Informant: Vaughan Jones, father, Miram Piram

Accoucher: Not any
Nurse: Mrs Jones
Witnesses: Mrs Feeney;Principal=Eric Phillip Vaughan Jones6 
Birth of Son16 October 1902 Miram Piram, VIC, Australia;
Name: Percy Harold Jones
Sex of Child: Male
Date of Birth: 16 October 1902
Place of Birth: Miram Piram

Father: Vaughan Jones
Occupation: Farmer
Birthplace: McLaren Vale South Australia
Age: 34

Date of Marriage: 13 September 1893
Place of Marriage: Lyndoch South Australia

Mother: Elizabeth Jane Millgate
Birthplace: Lyndoch South Australia
Age: 35

Previous Issue: Herbert Ross 8, Victor Milgate 7, Edgar Reece 3, Ivan Harold 3 years 10 months, Eric Phillip 2

Informant: Vaughan Jones, father, Miram Piram
;Principal=Percy Harold Jones6 
Birth of Son1906 Birchip District, VIC, Australia;Principal=Leslie Ewan Jones8 
Birth of Son27 May 1908 Karyrie, VIC, Australia;
Name: Maxwell Claude Jones
Sex of Child: Male
Date of Birth: 27 May 1908
Place of Birth: Karyrie

Father: Vaughan Jones
Occupation: Farmer
Birthplace: McLaren Vale South Australia
Age: 41

Date of Marriage: 13 September 1893
Place of Marriage: Lyndoch South Australia

Mother: Elizabeth Jane Millgate
Birthplace: Lyndoch South Australia
Age: 40

Previous Issue: Herbert Ross 14, Victor Milgate 12, Edgar Reece 11, Ivan Harold 9, Eric Phillip Vaughan 7, Percy Harold 5, Leslie Ewen 2

Informant: Vaughan Jones, father, Birchip

Accoucher: Dr Morris
Nurse: Mrs Quihampton
Witnesses:;Principal=Maxwell Claude Jones6 
Photo*circa 1915 Australia;
;Principal=Elizabeth Jane Milgate9
Vaughan Rees and Elizabeth Jones and Family
Death of Father27 July 1917 Geelong Hospital, Geelong, VIC, Australia;
Name: John Jones
Date of Death: 27 Jul 1917
Place of Death: Geelong Hospital, City of Geelong; Usual Residence Nhill
Occupation: Retired Farmer
Sex: Male
Age: 91
Conjugal Status:
Place of Birth: Wales
Time in Aust Colonies: 58 years in Victoria

Father: Not known
Occupation: Not known
Mother: Not known

Place of Marriage: Not known
Age at Marriage: Not known
Name of Spouse: Not known
Children of Marriage: Edith 54, Hurtle 51, Ruth, Vaughn, Ewin, Craig, Ross, Ada (ages not known)
Informant: R N Carbines, undertaker, authorized agent, Geelong

Cause of Death: Senility, Cardiac failure
Length of Illness: Indefinite
Medical Attendant: Dr N Dennerstein M.B., B.S.
Date Last Seen: 27 Jul 1917

Date of Burial: 28 Jul 1917
Place of Burial: Eastern Cemetery Geelong
Minister & Religion: Rev T Tinniswood, Church of England
Undertaker: R N Carbines
Witnesses:;Principal=John Jones10 
News-Arct*18 July 1918 "The Western Champion", Parkes, NSW, Australia;
CONDOBOLIN CASES
In consequence of the number of complaints that had been received regarding the alleged systematic sheep stealing in the Condobolin district (says a Condobolin message of Thursday last), Superintendent Walker, of the Criminal Investigation Branch, recently sent Sergeant Small a plain-clothes policeman, to make an investigation.
Small knocked about the stations for three weeks without revealing his identity, and was mistaken for a boundary rider and a drover.
Several charges of direct sheep stealing and many breaches of the Pastures Protection Act are set down for hearing before the police court, which opened yesterday afternoon before Harcourt Holcombe, police magistrate. The court was crowded, there being intense local interest.
Alfred Bassett, owner of both town and station properties pleaded guilty to a charge of travelling sheep without supplying full information of the brands and earmarks. He was fined £10, with £1 7/- costs. On a charge of having a sheepskin in his possession reasonably suspected of having been stolen, there being reasonable cause to believe that he came by it dishonestly, Bassett was fined £50 and costs.
Reece Vaughan Jones, a farmer, pleaded guilty to two charges, one of slaughtering cattle without notifying the inspector, and the other of using an unregistered brand. He was fined, in the first case, £5, and in the second £25. Costs were allowed in each case.
Thomas Martin Dunn, aged 31, was charged with stealing six sheep on February 1, the property of J. J. Leahy, of Euglo station. Lengthy evidence was given, Sergeant Small stating that earmarks had been altered and brands defaced. He was committed for trial at the Quarter Sessions to be held at Condobolin on August 14. Bail was allowed in £100. Dunn was also committed for trial on charge of stealing two sheep the property of Clara Ann Hope about June 24. Similar bail was allowed.
Inspector Mitchell, the police prosecutor at the Central Police Court, Sydney, conducted the prosecution. Detective Devlin has been here for a fortnight assisting in preparing the evidence.;Principal=Alfred Bassett11 
News-Arct31 July 1918 "The Lachlander", Condobolin, NSW, Australia;
Condoboiin's Record Court Cases
Alleged Sheep Stealing and Faking of Earmarks
Many Breaches of the P.P. Act
Committals and Heavy Fines.
WHITE v. JONES.
This was a charge against Reece Vaughan Jones for keeping premises for slaughtering without a license. The chief witness was Sergt, Small, whose evidence was in substance as follows: Went to defendent's place in company with Const. Sivyer, on 20th June. After preliminary remarks, asked Jones had he any bullock hides or sheep skins at his place. Was told "Yes, I have three sheep skins and I sold three bullock hides to Sam Yook last month." Replying to question whether he killed or sold meat, Jones said, " No, but if I kill a bullock and it is too much for me, I sell half of it." He said he did not make a practice of selling it by the pound. Showed him a bill for meat sold to Bouffier by the pound, which he admitted was in his handwriting, but said the meat was sold by E. Jones, his wife, in whose name be said he traded, and that he was manager for her. Later on Jones said, " I'll admit it now. I had an arrangement with (naming the man), by which it was agreed that if the police asked anything about the meat, he was to say that he bought the cattle on their legs and I was to say the same. But, it is no good saying that now." Went out to Jones' farm and saw two pulley blocks tied to a leaning tree, also ropes and tackling, There were indications that pigs, sheep and bullocks had been slaughtered. Asked Jones where he got the last beast he had killed and he said from Yerbury, about last February or March. Saw the head of a half-grown beast at the wood heap and asked when did he kill that beast, to which he replied that it was the last he killed, about the middle of May last; adding that since he had killed a pig for his own use. Asked him did he supply other men besides Bouffier in town, and he said, No. When questioned about Mr. F. Marlin, he admitted having also supplied him, at 6d per lb. Subsequently he admitted he had killed one beast a month, for sale, and sold the meat. Defendant had a beast in his possession, the owner of which he said he did not know, also 17 sheep. I caused him to impound them.
Fined £20, professional costs £3 3s, court costs 6s.
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COX v. JONES.
Two charges, one for using an unrecorded brand on sheep, the other for using an unregistered brand on a beast. The one evidence was taken to cover both charges. Sergeant Small deposed: On the 21st June last, in company with Constable Sivyer, I was making enquiries from the defendant about cattle, and in answer to a question he said, I sold three bullock hides to Sam Yook in May. I said to him, What brand was on them? He said, One J. I said, But that is not a registered brand. He said, No. I said, Do you brand your stock with it? He said, I brand the wife's cattle with it. We went out to his place, about 2 miles. I said to him, Where is that J brand? He said, It is in the blacksmith's shop. We went there and he showed it to me. I produce the brand. I said, Have you used that recently on cattle? He said, Yes; he had used it three or four wieeks previously, when they were branding their cattle. I, saw another brand, U rover S, and I saw that same brand in the tar on the sheep. I said, Is it the U over S brand you use on sheep as a registered brand? He said, No. I said, Who does the U S brand belong to? He said, To a man named Sparkes; he's dead. I took possession of the brands and handed them to the Inspector of' Stock. The J is only part of a brand, the other part being broken off. I saw the sheep with the U S brand. Did not ask the defendant when he used it.
To Mr. Rhodes: Jones referred to both brands. He put the J H on the cattle as a distinguishing mark between the wife's cattle and the son's.
F. W. Cox, Stock Inspector, deposed: On the 21st June, 1918, at "Clifton," in the presence of Constable Sivyer and defendant, Sergeant Small handed me three brands, two of which; the J and the U over S, form the subject of these cases. The defendant said he used the J for cattle and U over S for sheep. I asked defendant, in Sergeant Small's presence, If the J fire brand was his registered brand ? He said, No. I said, Have you used the brand to brand cattle? He said, Yes, I have. I then showed him the U over S tar brand, and asked him was it his registered brand. He said, No, but I have used it to brand sheep with. In a yard close by I saw 17 sheep, some of which were branded with the U S. I asked him where the cattle were which he had branded. He said, On Agistment at Robin's farm. On the 24th June I went there and saw Mr. J. E. Robins, the owner of the farm, and had a conversation with reference to cattle on the premises. In consequence, I went into one of the paddocks near the house, where I saw two cows and three calves. One of the cows and the three calves have the J brand. Then went to a paddock about a mile and a half further away, in which I saw 17 head of cattle, most of which were branded with J. There was one red heifer which appeared to have been branded within the last four months. I afterwards saw the defendant at Clifton and asked him when he had last used the J brand. He said, Between three and four months ago, on a red heifer that I bought at Pinnell's sale. He said that he had a few weeks previously used the U over S brand on a lamb which he said he had got from Mrs. Doyle. I produce a list of registered brands, which does not show either of these. The J reversed (the brand referred to was a reversed J) is registered as a horse brand, but not as a cattle brand. It is now registered in the name of Higgins, near Muswellbrook.
To Mr. Rhodes: Saw the lamb bought from Mrs. Doyle; it had the appearance of a brand on it. It was a Xbred. The brand appeared to be recent was feint, so faint that I would not swear it was U over S. The red heifer appeared to have been branded four months. Referring to the brand on the lamb, defendant said that he had used an ink that was not a proper tar mixture. This would account for it being indistinct.
Reece Yaughan Jones deposed: I am a farmer and reside at Condobolin. I have the brand J over 30 years; brought it over from Victoria with me. The U S brand I got from Mr. Sparks when I bought the property; he handed it over to me and told me it was his registered brand. Mr. Sparks gave me this document (tendered) with it. I won't contradict what I said to Small about branding cattle three weeks ago, but I made a mistake. I said that the boys had branded cattle bought from Yerberry with it. Since then I asked the boys, and they have not branded them. With regard to the red heifer Cox referred to, she was branded last November. I have said to Cox that I used it on a red heifer three or four months ago, but it wasn't correct I think she came from Mr. Pinnell's. I got two red cows from L'Estrange about the same time. They were bought early last spring. Bought no. red heifer since the 1st January last.
To Mr. Driffield: Bought the red heifer from Mrs. Piniiell in the spring of last year; not at Pinnell's sale. Bought cattle from Yerberry on 11th February; killed one of them; not branded at all; but made a mistake when I told Sergeant Small it was branded J. The two I bought from L'Estrange were branded, J, in November. I have not used the J on any stock during the year 1918. I sent some stock recently to Gifford's. They are branded with other people's brands; 19 of them with J.
To Mr. Rhodes: I did not brand the lamb spoken of by Mr. Cox. Have bought only two sheep this year, one at Pinnell's sale and one from Mrs. Doyle; neither of them branded. Mr. Cox must have been mistaken in saying that I said I branded it; I don't remember saying so to him; I don't think I could have.
Erick Jones, son of defendant, deposed: I am 17 years of age. The brand J has not been used on any cattle on my father's place since the 1st January last. I have been away at times, for odd days, and have been away down at Robin's farm 4 or 5 weeks, two or three weeks ago. The last time the J brand was used was about the middle of November. I used it myself, on a red and white calf. I know the U S brand ; it has not been used this year. Remember father buying a lamb from Mrs. Doyle. I last saw that lamb 2 or 3 days ago, and it had no brandon it.
To Mr. Driffield : We bought stock this year; none of them were branded. The calves we branded were bred by, us: Only one of the lot (20) at Gifford's was branded this year. We never branded one this year with the J brand. We have not branded any big cattle since November last. There is no reason why we should cease branding since then. It may have been six months since we bought cattle from Yerbury. One was killed; we sold the skin. I suppose we did; it was brought into town to Sam Yook. Don't know what brand it had; I never take notes of the brands; don't keep any record of the brands of cattle going through our hands. Am not aware of father buying any cattle while I was away at Robin's. I still adhere to the statement that we only branded calves in November. Father bought a sheep at Pinnell's sale and a heifer before the sale in February. We didn't brand it after.
F. W. Cox recalled: The brand on the heifer, I should say was put on within four months—the reversed J brand.
Mr. Rhodes briefly addressed the Bench, holding specially that greater consideration and respect should be given Mr. Jones's evidence than Sergeant Small's.
The P. M. said he took the opposite view. At first Jones made a plain statement to the police; then suddenly found himself in a mess, and comes along with the story that he had not branded any stock since November. He would say plainly that he did not believe either Jones or his son. In view of the evidence of the several cases before him, including Bassett's and Dunn's, there seemed to be a big conspiracy, and a lot of young men around the principals. He could say, from his 30 years' experience of the back country, that the keeping of an unregistered slaughter yard was one of the principal means of disposing of stolen stock and meat. He added that the statement had been made that about 1000 sheep had been stolen in the district within a limited time. In view of previous fines, he would (as asked for by Mr. Rhodes) make these lighter, namely £10 in each case, together with £2 2s professional costs and costs of court. Three months time was given for the payment of the whole of the fines, totalling £70, exclusive of costs.12 
News-Arct*2 July 1920 "The Forbes Advocate", Forbes, NSW, Australia;
CONDOBOLIN.
I regret that one of our esteemed residents, Mr Vaughan Jones, sustained a nasty fall from his horse the other day. Happily no bones were broken, and beyond a shaking and a few scratches he escaped almost free. Still the doctor thought it advisable for him to stop in the hospital for a few days. However, at latest he is quite himself again.13 
Death of Mother15 October 1922 51 Spring St, Geelong West, VIC, Australia;
Name: Elizabeth Ann Jones
Date of Death: 15 Oct 1922
Place of Death: 51 Spring Street, Town of Geelong West
Occupation:
Sex: Female
Age: 88
Conjugal Status:
Place of Birth: McLaren Vale, South Australia
Time in Aust Colonies: 38 years in Victoria, 50 years in South Australia

Father: William Mason
Occupation: Farmer
Mother: Elizabeth Ann Mason (maiden name not known)

Place of Marriage: McLaren Vale, South Australia
Age at Marriage: 22
Name of Spouse: John Jones
Children of Marriage: Ellen 65, Alfred deceased, Edith 61, Anson deceased, Hurtle 58, Ruth 57, Vaughan 55, Irwin 53, Greig 52, Ross 50, Ada 48
Informant: Alex Monro, undertaker, authorized agent, Geelong

Cause of Death: Senile Decay
Length of Illness:
Medical Attendant: Dr A W Morgan
Date Last Seen: 13 Oct 1922

Date of Burial: 17 Oct 1922
Place of Burial: Eastern Cemetery Geelong
Minister & Religion: Rev J H Peake, Church of England
Undertaker: Alex Monro
Witnesses:

;Principal=Elizabeth Ann Mason10
"Waywen", 51 Spring Street, Geelong West
Death of Son4 April 1927 Coast Hospital, Little Bay, NSW, Australia;
JONES.-April 4, at Coast Hospital, Ted, in his 29th year, loving husband of Kate (nee Cunningham), and fond father of Baby Lorna, of Condobolin.
R.I.P.;Principal=Edgar Reece Jones14 
Electoral Roll1930 Merrygoen, NSW, Australia;
Jones, Reece Vaughan, Merrygoen, labourer15 
Electoral Roll1933 Trundle, NSW, Australia;
Jones, Reece Vaughan, Trundle, labourer15 
Electoral Roll*1936 "Red Heart", Four Corners, Tullamore, NSW, Australia;labourer15 
Death of Spouse25 August 1937 Melrose Road, Condobolin, NSW, Australia;
Name: Elizabeth Jane Jones
Date of Death: 25 Aug 1937
Place of Death: Melrose Road Condobolin Municipality NSW
Occupation:
Sex: Female
Age: 69
Conjugal Status:
Place of Birth: Lyndoch Valley South Australia
Time in Aust Colonies:

Father: James Milgate
Occupation: Farmer
Mother: Elizabeth Newell

Place of Marriage: Lyndoch Valley South Australia
Age at Marriage: 25
Name of Spouse: Reece Vaughan Jones
Children of Marriage: Herbert R 42, Victor M 41, Ivan H 37, Eric B 35, Percy H 34, Ewen A 33, Maxwell C 29 living; 1 male deceased
Informant: R V Jones, widower, Orange Street Condobolin

Cause of Death: Myocarditis
Length of Illness:
Medical Attendant: Ronald MacQueen
Date Last Seen: 25 Aug 1937

Date of Burial: 26 Aug 1937
Place of Burial: Church of England Cemetery Condobolin
Minister & Religion: W Chas Arnold, Church of England
Undertaker: Robert G Marlin
Witnesses: H Y Marlin, F G Vine;Principal=Elizabeth Jane Milgate16 
Death*25 October 1942 "Delamah", Condobolin, NSW, Australia;
Name: Reece Vaughan Jones
Date of Death: 25 Oct 1942
Place of Death: Delamah, Condobolin
Occupation: Station Manager
Sex: Male
Age: 77
Conjugal Status:
Place of Birth: Condobolin
Time in Aust Colonies:

Father: Not known
Occupation: Not known
Mother: Not known

Place of Marriage: Not known
Age at Marriage: Not known
Name of Spouse: Not known
Children of Marriage:
Informant: Ross Herbert Jones, son, Delamah, Condobolin

Cause of Death: Carcinoma rectum
Length of Illness: 1 year
Medical Attendant:
Date Last Seen: 24 Oct 1942

Date of Burial: 26 Oct 1942
Place of Burial: Roman Catholic Cemetery Condobolin
Minister & Religion:
Witnesses:2 
Burial*26 October 1942 Condobolin Cemetery, Condobolin, NSW, Australia;
2
Reece Vaughan & Elizabeth Jane Jones headstone
Obituary2 November 1942 "The Lachlander", Condobolin, NSW, Australia;
OBITUARY
VAUGHAN REECE JONES.
The abovenamed well-known and respected identity of the district died at the home of his son Ross on the 25th inst. Although a healhy[sic] and vigorous man throughout life, an illness which became manifest little more than a year ago was the cause of his gradual decline as well as the cause of much suffering towards the end and only alleviated by applications to deaden pain but not prolong life. In any case, with an age of 76 years, the constitution cannot withstand what would he the case in youth. Born in South Australia, he was married on 13th September, 1892, to Elizabeth Jane Milgate, at Lyndock Valley, South Australia. For a number of years he followed farming, both sheep and wheat. Selling out, he entered into butchering business at Birchup, Victoria. From there he came to Condobolin about 32 years ago and settled on the farm known as "Clifton," about four miles from the town of Condobolin and opposite (easterly) the old racecourse. With good family help and labour expenditure, many improvements to the farm were effected, and some very fine wheat crops grown, when the seasons would favour it. But they were not the days when wheat farming gave anything like adequate financial return for the labour and expense involved. Leaving there, deceased went to Rockhampton (Queensland) and did some farming for another person. Filling his engagement there, he returned to Condobolin. His wife died at Condobolin about five years ago, at the age of 63. Living sons are Herbert Ross, Victor Milgate, Ivan Harold, Eric Phillip, Percy, Leslie Ewen, Maxwell Claude—no daughters. Living brothers and sisters of deceased are Hertle (Geelong), Greg (New Zealand), Ross (Manly), Mrs. Sanders (Geelong), Mrs. Kinnealy (Wagga), Ada (Colac, Victoria).
Deceased's body was laid to rest in the Church of England portion of Condobolin cemetery, the Rev. H. C. Barratt officiating and Mr R G. Martin in charge of the funeral arrangements. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones.17 

Family

Elizabeth Jane Milgate b. 4 Sep 1867, d. 25 Aug 1937
Children

Citations

  1. [S1240] South Australian Birth Registrations 1842-1906.
  2. [S142] NSW Death 25909/1942 - Ross Vaughan Jones.
  3. [S1239] South Australian Marriage Registrations 1842-1916.
  4. [S1558] South Australian Birth Registrations transcripts (Keith Bassett), Rees Vaughan Jones 1866.
  5. [S1557] South Australian Marriage Registrations transcript (Keith Bassett), Vaughan Rees Jones & Elizabeth Jane Milgate.
  6. [S1417] VIC Birth Certificate.
  7. [S1401] VIC Birth indexes 1889-1901.
  8. [S1402] VIC Birth indexes 1902-1913.
  9. [S1410] James Milgate William Newell 1839-1893 Pioneers.
  10. [S14] Death Certificate.
  11. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, "The Western Champion", Thursday, July 18 1918.
  12. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Lachlander, Wednesday, July 31, 1918.
  13. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, "The Forbes Advocate", Friday, July 2, 1920.
  14. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday, April 27, 1927.
  15. [S1418] Australian Electoral Rolls 1903-1980.
  16. [S1294] NSW Death Registration Transcription.
  17. [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Lachlander, Monday, November 2, 1942.