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Osmond Albert Charles

Male 1864 - 1924  (60 years)


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  • Name Osmond Albert Charles 
    Born 1864 
    Gender Male 
    Died 1 Apr 1924  ,Gloucester,NSW,Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [1, 2
    Person ID I3538  GeniAus Family Tree
    Last Modified 27 Mar 2020 

    Family Stevenson Phoebe,   b. 1882, ,Dungog, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 2 Jan 1973, ,Gloucester,NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 91 years) 
    Married 21 May 1906  Residence of Mr J Robson Brown Street,Dungog,NSW,Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [3, 4
    Children 
     1. Osmond John Albert,   b. 1908, ,Stroud, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1974, ,,NSW,Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 66 years)
     2. Osmond William Henry,   b. 1909, ,Stroud,NSW,Australia Find all individuals with events at this location
    +3. Osmond Clyde Milton,   b. 4 Apr 1911, ,Stroud, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 31 Jan 1977, ,Bellingen,NSW,Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 65 years)
     4. Living
    +5. Osmond George Alwyn,   b. 1915, ,Stroud, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Sep 1970, Repatriation General Hospital, Concord, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 55 years)
     6. Living
     7. Living
    +8. Osmond Gladys May,   b. 1921,   d. 12 Oct 2002, ,,NSW,Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 81 years)
     9. Osmond Edward Thomas,   b. Nov 1922,   d. 2 Oct 1923, ,Gloucester, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 0 years)
    Last Modified 26 Mar 2020 
    Family ID F1470  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Sources 
    1. [S52] x NSW BDM Indexes, 7825/1924 .
      OSMOND Albert Emma Gloucester

    2. [S2883] Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Tue 8 Apr 1924 Page 2 DEATH OF MR. OSMOND.
      DEATH OF MR. OSMOND.
      There passed away in the early
      hours of Wednesday morning, last,
      one of the oldest business men of
      Gloucester, in the person of .Mr.
      Albert Osmond, at the age of 60
      years. Mr. Osmond had been ailing
      for the past two years, from a malig
      nant growth, which proved beyond
      the powers of medical aid, and no
      hope had been held out for his re
      covery for some time. Our friend
      came to Gloucester from Dungog
      about seventeen years ago and es
      tablishd a wheelwrighting and
      blacksmithing business, which he
      carried on, with the exception of a
      short period at Kendall, right up
      till a few months of his death. He
      was a great sportsman, both with
      the gun and rod, and was highly es
      teemed throughout the district. He
      leaves a wife and family of eight
      young children, five boys and three
      girls, to whom we extend our sin
      cere sympathy in their sad bereave
      ment. The funeral took place on
      Wednesday afternoon last, the Rev.
      H. W. Rogers (Church of England)
      conducting the burial service.—
      'Advocate.'

    3. [S52] x NSW BDM Indexes, 4190/1906 .
      OSMOND ALBERT STEVENSON PHOEBE DUNGOG

    4. [S2883] Dungog Chronicle : Durham and Gloucester Advertiser (NSW : 1894 - 1954), Fri 25 May 1906 Page 2 Orange Blossoms.
      0range Blossoms.
      OSMOND — STEVENSON
      The unusually large number of
      eager people congregate at the residence
      of Mr Joseph Robson in Brown Street
      on Monday afternoon last be-
      tokened some extraordinary event, in
      progress. Inquiry elicited the fact
      that it was no other than that event
      over old yet ever new in civilised
      social life - the binding together of
      hearts that love. The central figures
      in that Interesting scene were Mr Albert
      Osmond, blacksmith, Gloucester,
      and Miss Phoebe Stevenson both
      well known in this district, - the Rev.
      D. M. Benjamin being the officiating
      minister. The bride; who was prettily
      attired in cream voile with orange
      blossoms and veil, was, given away by
      her father, Mr H. Stevenson, and was
      attended by Miss Chr...... Collison
      in cream voile and chiffon...
      and bridesmaid also.....
      gold brooch and bang......
      gifts of the bridegroom
      Hill performed the d
      man. After the
      sat down to a spread pr
      Robson's best style, and
      have tasted of that lady's culinary
      products will comprehend what excel
      lence that denotes. In fact the tables
      decorated with a choicer collection of
      white roses and chrysanthemums, pre
      sented for the occasison by Mrs J.
      Rapson, Chichester) commanded the
      admiration of all present,-and could
      only be regarded by tho bridegroom as
      a signal mark of respect to .him as an
      old boarder in the house:. In due
      course, the Rev. Mr. Benjamin in
      felicitous terms propnsed the health of
      the Bride and bridegroom which -
      Mr J. Gardiner ably and eulogi^tically
      supported, followed by Ald. McLaugh- : .
      lin who, at the suggestion of the rev.
      chairman, offered some words of ad
      vice as an experienced BdnfflBbt,. par
      ticularly impressing on them that they
      must not both get angry at the same
      time. The bridegroom gratefully and
      feelingly responded. Mr Hill in a
      gallant speech proposed the Brides
      maid, Mr Gardiner as gallantly re
      sponding on behalf of Miss Guliispn,
      Mr Gardiner spoke in glowing terms of
      the luncheon provided, paying a great
      compliment to Mrs Robsbn, which
      Ald. Mclaughlin acknowlodged in the
      name of the hostess. Before dispersal,
      Mr E. Marsh, sen., seized the oppor
      tunity of expressing his high opinion '
      of the bride and bridegroom, speaking
      in the most laudatory terms of both.
      The presents were numerous and
      varied. The bride's travelling dress
      was grey voile, the happy couple leav
      ing in the afternoon for Gloucester,
      Long life and happiness to Mr and.
      Mrs Osmond.