F, #987, b. 24 February 1904, d. 1955
|Father||Albert Thomas Waller1 d. 27 Feb 1942|
|Mother||Lilian Mary Cunningham1 b. 13 Sep 1879, d. 3 Aug 1975|
|Relationship||1st cousin 1 time removed of Keith Graham Bassett|
|Last Edited||17 Nov 2018|
|Name Variation||Nita Waller2|
|Birth*||24 February 1904||Condobolin, NSW, Australia1|
|Marriage*||1922||Condobolin, NSW, Australia;Principal=Alfred W Naden3|
|Married Name||27 August 1931||Clarke2|
|Marriage||27 August 1931||Presbyterian Church, Orange, NSW, Australia;|
On Thursday morning, August 27, Nita, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Waller, of Condobolin, was married to Robert, son of the late J. L. Clarke and Mrs. Clarke, of Dunbar, Hay, at the Orange Presbyterian Church. Rev. H. R. S. Innes officiated. The bride wore shell-pink georgette adorned with chantilly lace. Her flowers were sweet peas and stock. Miss Coral Ross, a cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid, wearing royal blue satin, trimmed with beige. The best man was Mr. Jack Wilson, of Orange. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke have returned to Forbes to take up residence, the bridegroom being attached to the staff of the Lands Department.;Groom=Robert S Clarke2
|Death of Father||27 February 1942||Condobolin, NSW, Australia;|
ALBERT THOMAS WALLER
Not a man in public life but one of the very honest working type with a word equal to the best man's bond, may briefly describe the subject of this notice, who passed away at his home in Condobolin on Friday, 27th, February. Born in Condobolin 64 years ago, he spent his whole life here— a life given to constant hard work and faithful fulfilment of all things entrusted to him. As a carrier, by which he found work and means of living for many years past, he did work for many of the best people in the district, always holding preference in their minds. His father, Samuel Waller, came to Condobolin when a young man, coming with his father, John Waller, who had been a Sergeant of Police in the early days. Married at Condobolin, on 31st March, 1899, to Lilian Cunningham. Children are Cecil (Forbes), Jack (Condobolin), Charles (Sydney), Mrs. Clarke (Forbes), Mrs. Bassett (Fairholme), Mrs. Betts (Molong), Mrs. Nash (Fairholme). One son, Athol, died only just a week before his father, and this sad event must have had a telling effect on the very sick father who had been ailing for a good while and in rather a serious condition for several weeks. Sisters of deceased are Mrs. Corrigan (Rockdale), Mrs. Mower (Dubbo), Mrs West (Sydney). The burial took place on Saturday afternoon, the remains being laid to rest in the Church of England portion of Condobolin cemetery, the cortege moving from All Saints' Church at 4 p.m. Rev. J. S. Richards officiated at the services and Mr. Robert Marlin had change of the funeral arrangements. Quite a large number assembled at the graveside, among whom were many that deceased had worked for, particularly as carrier. Thus the country people contributed largely to the attendance. To the bereaved ones we offer our sincere sympathy.;Principal=Albert Thomas Waller4
|Death*||1955||Forbes, NSW, Australia5|
|Robert S Clarke|
|Alfred W Naden|
- [S54] NSW Birth 2378/1904 - Juanita Waller.
- [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Lachlander, Wednesday, September 9, 1931.
- [S1481] NSW Marriage Indexes, 10015/1922 Alfred W Naden & Juanita D Waller.
- [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Lachlander, Thursday, March 5, 1942.
- [S1473] NSW Death Indexes, 25076/1955 Juanita Clarke.