Parkinson Harriet1879 - 1940 (60 years)
Name Parkinson Harriet Born 17 Sep 1879 Beck Lane Carlinghow, Batley, Yorkshire, England  Gender Female Census 1881 Beck Lane Carlinghow, Batley, Yorkshire, England Immigration 1883 ,,NSW, Australia
- per Smyrna
Census 1901 4yd1 Wellington St, Batley, Yorkshire, England
- Wool weaver, age 21
Occupation Abt 1910 Beasley's Farm, Armidale, NSW, Australia Harriet was a cook here before working at the mills Emigration 12 Sep 1910 ,Liverpool, Lancashire, England 
- per Ayrshire Single Female Nil Occupation
Name Harriet Ball Occupation 24 Jun 1916  Weaver _ATTR 25 Oct 1916  Letter Residence 1936 24 Hampton Court Road, Kogarah, NSW, Australia  Probate 12 Jul 1940 ,,NSW, Australia
Died 12 Jul 1940 24 Hampton Court Road, Kogarah, NSW, Australia  Cause: Heart disease Buried 13 Jul 1940 Woronora Cemetery, Sutherland, NSW, Australia [6, 7]
- Church of England Section. Performed by N. B. Minty. Wtnesses William Carr, ? King.
Grave 783 Section 5 C of E
Person ID I17 Geniaus Family Tree Last Modified 6 Nov 2016
Father Parkinson William Henry, b. 31 Aug 1845, Watergate, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England , d. 2 Aug 1925, 4 Back Russell Street, Batley, Yorkshire, England (Age 79 years) Mother Midgley Martha Jane, b. 14 Aug 1854, ,Gomersal, Yorkshire, England , d. Aft 2 Aug 1925 (Age > 71 years) Married 29 Jun 1872 The Wesleyan Chapel, Birstall, Yorkshire, England Family ID F20 Group Sheet
Family Ball James, b. 17 Sep 1890, 124 Ashworth Street, Rochdale, Lancashire, England , d. 3 Oct 1931, Garthowen 10 Campbell Street, Bexley, NSW, Australia (Age 41 years) Married 24 Jun 1916 Baptist Church, Liverpool, NSW, Australia [3, 8] Children 1. Ball James William, b. 29 Jun 1918, Terminus Street, Liverpool, NSW, Australia , d. 27 Sep 1990, Calvary Hospital, Kogarah, NSW, Australia (Age 72 years) Last Modified 14 Jan 2015 Family ID F7 Group Sheet
Event Map Residence - 1936 - 24 Hampton Court Road, Kogarah, NSW, Australia Died - Cause: Heart disease - 12 Jul 1940 - 24 Hampton Court Road, Kogarah, NSW, Australia = Link to Google Maps = Link to Google Earth Pin Legend : Address : Location : City/Town : County/Shire : State/Province : Country : Not Set
- [S23] Birth Certificate.
- [S37] Find my past.
- [S19] Marriage Certificate.
- [S2822] The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1950) (, Wed 25 Oct 1916 Page 2.
SAW IT IN 'THE ARGUS.'
Lance-Corporal Harry Parkinson, of the
Lancashire Regiment, writing to his sister,
Mrs. J. Ball, Jun., of Liverpool, says:— 'I
have been six weeks in Warrington Hos-
pital, Lancashire, where I have had to
undergo an operation for my terrible
wounds. There are a few Australians in
my ward, and the nurse is an Australian
who dresses my wounds. She is a cham-
pion! They call her Sister Herbert from
Sydney. I have just read about your wed-
ding presents in the 'Batley News' (York
shire). They copied it from The Cumber-
land Argus,' Parramatta.'
- [S34] NSW Electoral Roll.
- [S24] Death Certificate.
- [S13] WWW, http://www.woronoracemetery.org.au/finding-loved-ones.
Surname: BALL Type: Burial
First Name: HARRIETT Other Names:
Date of Death: 12/07/1940 ?
Location Section Position
Anglican Monumental SECTION 5 0783
- [S2822] The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1950) (, 1916 'WEDDING BELLS.', The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate (Parramatta, NSW : 1888 - 1950), 1 July, p. 11, viewed 6 January, 2015, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article86072617.
On Saturday the Baptist Church, Liver-
pool, was crowded to excess on the occa-
sion of tho marriage of Mr. James Ball,
eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. James Ball, of
'Dorking Villa,' Liverpool, to Miss Har-
riet Parkinson, eldest daughter of Mr. W.
H. Parkinson, of Batley, Yorkshire, Eng-
land. The Rev. W. Bain officiated at the
ceremony; and the bride was given away
by her brother, Mr. R. Parkinson, while
Mr. James Kay was best man and Mr.
Pettitt groomsman. The bride was pret-
tily attired in grey pallette silk, relievcd
with creme maltese lace, hat en suite, and
carried a handsome bouquet of white
camellias. Miss E. Grundy, bridesmaid,
wore a grey crepe de chine frock and black
velvet hat; Miss Ball, bridesmaid, creme
crepe -de chine, relieved with lace and
minon. mobcap to match; Mrs. Ball, black
crepe de chine and lace, relieved with heli-
otrope, black hat to match. After the cere-
mony the party, adjourned to the residence
of the bridegroom's parents in George
street, where over 100 guests sat down to
breakfast, at which the Rev, W. Bain pre-
sided, The Rev. W. Bain, In proposing the
toast of 'The KIng,' referrcd to the ser-
vice both the bridegroom and his brother
had rendered to King and country in the
army and navy. Mr. and Mrs. Ball, Jun.,
will make Liverpool their future home.
Many presents wore received: — Mrs. J.
Ball, sen., cheque and house furnishings;
Mr. R. Parkinson, hanging lamp; Mr. Fred
Ball, silver cake stand; Miss Ball, celery
glasses; Mr. J. Kay, clock and cutlery; Mr.
R. Walsh and Miss McGuire, silver butter
dishes; Mr. Frank Weeks and Miss Rose-
bridge, .silver salad dishes ; Mr, Frank
Madden, set carvers;; Mr. T. Fielding and
Miss Sedgewlck, silver tea pot; Miss Lees
(2), silver cruet; Mr. Alex Lee, silver
pickle jar; Mr. and Mrs. C. Turner, Mrs.
Claughton and Miss Pollard, eider down
quilt; Mr. Geo. Chapple, silver tea spoons;
Miss: Edna Schell, silver jam dish; Cor-
poral Ferguson (R.S.A.), silver butter
dish; Mr. H. Watt and Miss Wilcoxson,
silver jam dish: Rev. W. Bain, Bible - Mr.
Pettltt (H.M.A.S. Yarra), silver breakfast
cruet; Alderman and Mrs. P. Everington,
silver butter dish; Mrs. Birchmeyer, silver
trinket casket; Mr. and Mrs. Osborne, ' sil-
ver fruit stand; Mr. and Mrs. Hunt, kit-
chen requisites; Miss Markham, set salad
dishes; Mr. and Mrs. Grundie, silver fruit
dish; Misses: Grundy silver biscuit bar-
rel; Nurse Collins, set glasses and jugs;
Misses Andrews, salad bowl; Mrs. Bush,
cutlery;. Mr. Bush, silver butter dish; Mr.
and Mrs. Laurence Murphy, silver jam
dish; Mrs. M. A. King, set, silver tea
spoons; Mr;, and Mrs. Leathart, silver vase;
Mr. David and Miss Dolly Mills, tea ser-
vice; Mr. Shepherd and Miss Bower (Syd
ney), tea set; Mr. and Mrs. Chapple, silver
jam dish; Mrs. Brin, set glasses; Mr. and
Mrs. J. Grinsdod. silver Jam dish; Mr.
and Mrs. James Munro, silver butter dish;
Mrs. Wood, silver dish; Mrs; Jones, break-
fast cruet; Mr. R. Robinson, silver dish;
Miss Hanns, dishes; Mr. and Mrs. F. Hunt,
Jun., jardiniere, etc.; also presents from
Mrs. Ratcllffe, Mr. and Mrs. Giles, Mr.
Tom Wylie, Mr. J. Stone, and many others.
- [S23] Birth Certificate.