Elizabeth Rutherford1928

Name
Elizabeth Rutherford
MarriageThomas William StrattonView this family
1883
Birth of a son
#1
Charles George Stratton
1884
Birth of a daughter
#2
Amy Elizabeth Stratton
1885
Birth of a son
#3
Thomas William Stratton
1887
Birth of a daughter
#4
Maud May Stratton
May 14, 1889
Christening of a daughterMaud May Stratton
September 28, 1889
Birth of a son
#5
John Allen Stratton
1891
Death of a sonJohn Allen Stratton
May 8, 1894

Marriage of a childThomas William StrattonClaire Binmore QuinView this family
1911
Death November 24, 1928
Note: The Argus (Newspaper) Mon 26 Nov 1928 - page 1
Family with Thomas William Stratton - View this family
husband
herself
Marriage: 1883Tasmania, Australia
2 years
son
Charles George Stratton
Birth: 1884 22Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Death: 1940Northcote, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
2 years
daughter
3 years
son
2 years
daughter
Maud May Stratton
Birth: May 14, 1889 28Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Death: 1965Mordialloc, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
3 years
son
Thomas William Stratton + Ethel Congdon - View this family
husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: 1932

Death
The Argus (Newspaper) Mon 26 Nov 1928 - page 1 http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/3971239 STRATTON.-On the 24th November, 1928, at her residence, 137 Power street, Hawthorn, Elizabeth Ann, the beloved wife of Thomas William Stratton, and loving mother of George, Amy (Mrs. C. McFarlane), Thomas W., Maud, and Alan J. (deceased), aged 68 years, formerly of Green street, Richmond. STRATTON.-On the 24th November, 1928, at her residence, 137 Power street, Hawthorn, Elizabeth Ann, the loved sister of Richard, Jack, George, and Annie Rutherford, Polly (Mrs. Greenhill), Rose (Mrs. Hansford), and the late Thomas and Charles Rutherford, and Amelia (Mrs. Dickinson), aged 68 years. ---------------------------------------------------------------- The Age (Newspaper) Tue 24 Nov 1931 Page 1 http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/203733499 STRATTON - In loving remembrance of my dear wife, who passed away 24th November, 1928, at her residence, Power-street. Hawthorn, suddenly. Sweet is the word of remembrance, As these few lines will show, You will always be remembered, As the years come and go. —Inserted by her loving husband, T. W. Stratton. STRATTON. — In loving memory of our dear mother, and grandmother, who passed away on the 24th November. 1928. Gone, but not forgotten, Or ever will thou be; As long as life and memory last, We will remember thee. - Inserted by her loving son, daughter-ln-law. Will and Clara, and grandchildren Emily, Ida and Billie. STRATTON.— In loving memory of my darling mother, who died on the 24th November, 1928, at Hawthorn: also my dear Edna, died 10th July, 1919. Always in my thoughts. You lived a good, true mother's life, You're a credit to your name, I only wish to God some mystic hand Could bring you back to me again. But what beautiful pleasure I get, mother When I go nnd visit your grave, And leave behind a tribute of love To the best mother God ever made. —Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, Amy and Charlie. STRATTON. — In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on the 24th November. 1928. A cluster of loving memories, The fondest our hearts can frame. We think of you always, dear mother, And love to mention your name. —Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law, Maud and Len, and grandchild, Joyce STRATTON.— In loving memory of dear grandma, died 24th November, 1928, Whatever else we fall to do, grandma, We will never fall to think of you. —Inserted by her loving grandchildren, Billie, Mavis, Hilda and Betty.