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Webber, Thomas Robert (1847–1932)

from Mount Barker Courier (SA)

The late Mr. Thomas Webber, who passed away at Mount Barker, on July 21st, was born at Bristol, England, in 1847, being the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Webber, sen. He came to Adelaide with his parents in 1849, the family settling first at North Adelaide, then, after other places, near Wistow, and eventually at Mount Barker in 1866. The deceased followed the calling of a carpenter and builder. In 1847, he was married to Miss S. M. Underwood, a daughter of Mr. J. Underwood, of New South Wales. Mr. Webber was highly respected, and was closely associated with the Methodist Church at Mount Barker. There are three sons—T. U. (of Mile End), W. J. (of Mount Barker), A. A. (of Croydon), and six daughters—Miss E. E. (Mount Barker), Miss A. E., (Mount Barker), Miss B. L. (Mount Barker), Mesdames E. M. Ellis (Sydney), E. M. Conrad (Stansbury), G. H. Lemar (Mount Barker). The funeral took place last Friday. Rev. J. C. Hughes officiated and fellow trustees of the Methodist Church acted as bearers.

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'Webber, Thomas Robert (1847–1932)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/webber-thomas-robert-25414/text33785, accessed 11 August 2020.

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