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Thomas William Everingham (1827–1916)

from Windsor & Richmond Gazette

Thomas Everingham, aged 89 years, died at Central Colo, on the 15th instant. Though not a native of the Hawkesbury, the deceased spent the greater part of his life in the Colo district, where he was very highly respected. He was a Christian gentleman of strong faith, and belonged to the Methodist Church, of which he was one of the sturdy pillars. His wife pre-deceased him by about six years, dying at the age of 77 years. His only living child is Mrs. James Simmonds, of Queensland. Mr. Luther Everingham, one the most respected residents of the Colo district, is a grandson of the deceased. The remains were interred in the West Portland cemetery on the 17th. Rev. B. Hobson carried out the last rites at the church. Mr. J. W. Chandler of Windsor, was the undertaker.

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Life Summary [details]


7 June, 1827
Sackville, New South Wales, Australia


16 July, 1916 (aged 89)
Colo, New South Wales, Australia

Religious Influence

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