Ada Alice WhitmoreAge: 82 years18801963

Name
Ada Alice Whitmore
Birth December 24, 1880 27 25
Note: Victoria Births
Residenceyes

Note: Warragul in 1918 at mother's death
Death August 11, 1963 (Age 82 years)
Note: Victoria Deaths 1836-1985
Will October 28, 1963 (2 months after death)
Note: Victoria Wills & Probate
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Marriage: June 8, 1874Kilmore, Victoria, Australia
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Samuel Henry Whitmore
Birth: 1877 23 21Kilmore, Victoria, Australia
Death: August 28, 1878Wandong, Victoria, Australia
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Samuel Henry Whitmore
Birth: October 21, 1888 35 33Warragul, Victoria, Australia
Death: January 25, 1889Warragul, Victoria, Australia
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Birth
Victoria Births First name(s) Ada Alice Last name Whitmore Sex Female Birth year 1881 Birth place Wand Father's name Samuel Mother's name Eliza Hoult Registration number 6160 State Victoria Country Australia Record set Victoria Births Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records Subcategory Civil Births Collections from Australasia
Residence
Warragul in 1918 at mother's death
Death
Victoria Deaths 1836-1985 First name(s) Ada Alice Last name Weidner Age 83 Sex Female Birth year 1880 Death year 1963 Father's name Whitmore Samue Mother's name Eliza Holt Death place Warr State Victoria Registration number 17127 Record set Victoria Deaths 1836-1985 Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records Subcategory Civil Deaths & Burials Collections from Australasia
Will
Victoria Wills & Probate First name(s) Ada Alice Sex Female Last name Weidner Grant year 1963 Death year 1963 Occupation Widow Residence Warragul State Victoria Country Australia Nature of grant P Death date 11 Aug 1963 Grant date 28 Oct 1963 To whom committed - File number 602/387 Order link VPRS 28/P4, unit 2988; Category Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records Subcategory Wills & Probate Collections from Australasia
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The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) - Wed 8 Sep 1926 - Page 1 - Family Notices https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/202543905 IN MEMORIAM. WHITMORE.--In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away at Shepparton on the 8th September, 1918; also dear brother, Jack, who died in Bairnsdale Hospital on the 17th September, 1918; also brother Jim; who was accldentally killed on the 3rd December 1924, and our dear dad, who died suddenly on the 24th March, 1926, and little nephew Leslie Payne, died 15th September, 1915, and brother-in-law, Chriss Le Guier, died 17th April, 1925. All late of Warragul. Our Ioved ones reunited. Time may heal a broken heart, Time may make the wound less sore, But time can never stop the longing For the loved one gone before. --Inserted by Grace and Joe Leete and grandchil- dren, Les and Jack, Elsternwick. WHITMORE.— In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away at our late home, Shep- parton, on the 8th September, 1918; also dear brother, Jack, who died in Bairnsdale Hospital on the 17th September, 1913, and dear brother, Jim, who was accidentally killed on the 3rd December, 1924, and dear dad, who passed suddenly away 24th March, 1926. and little nephew, Leslie Payne, died 15th September, 1915, and dear brother-in- law, Chrlss Le Guier, died 17th April, 1925. All late of Warragul. Mother, father, and brothers united. Silent memories always recall What a good mother she was to all, They saw a hand we could not see That beckoned them away. They heard a voice we could not hear That said they must not stay. —Inserted by Nellie and Jack Walker, Elstern- wick. WHITMORE. — In sad but loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, Eliza Whltmore, who passed away on 8th September, 1918, and lov- ing father and grandpa, Samuel Whitmore, who passed away on 24th March, 1926; also dear brother and uncle, Jack Whitmore who passed away on 17th September, 1918; dear brother and uncle, James Whitmore, who passed away on 3rd December, 1924; our dear brother-in-law, Chris- topher Le Guier, who passed away on 18th April, 1925, and our dear little cousin, Leslie Payne, who passed nway on 15th September, 1915. So loving are the thoughts of them, That time can never sever; Those memories dear of bygone days. Will live with us for ever. — Inserted by Ada and Alf Weidner, Gladys and Henry, Warragul. WHITMORE. — In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away on the 8th September, 1918; also dear brother, Jack, on the 17th Septem- ber, 1918, dear grandma and uncle of Leslie (de- ceased), Grace and Ian Payne. Just a memory, fon dand true, A loving thought, dear ones, of you. —Inserted by her loving daughter and sister, Bella, "Les-graian," Hawthorn-road, Caufield. WHITMORE. — In loving memory of our dear mother, passed away at Shepparton on the 8th September, 1918; also our dear brother Jack, passed away at Bairnsdale on the 17th September, 1918; also our little nephew, Leslie Payne, passed away at Windsor on the 15th September, 1915. There is someone who misses you sadly. And finds the time long since you went: There is someone who thinks of you daily, And tries to be brave and content. Thoughts return to scenes long past. Years roll on, dear Jack, but memory lasts. — Inserted by her loving daughter, son-in-law, Liz- zie and George le Guier, grandchildren, Dot, Irene, Nellie, Cyril and Mavis, 33 Edward-street, Elsternwick. WHITMORE. — In lovlng memory of my dear mother, who passed away on the 8th September, 1918; my dear father, passed away 24th March, 1926; my dear brother, Jack, who passed away 17th September, 1918; also my little nephew, Leslie Payne, who passed away 15th September, 1915, and my dear brother, Jim, who passed away 3rd December, 1916, and my dear husband, Chris, who passed away on the 17th April. 1925. Sweet is the sunlight after rain, Sweet is the sleep that follows pain; . A silent thought, a secret tear, Will keep their memories ever dear. —Inserted by Sarah Le Guier and family, Warra- gul.