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Edward King Cox (1829-1883), grazier, and James Charles Cox (1834-1912), medical practitioner, were the eldest and third sons of Edward Cox, M.L.C., of Fernhill, Mulgoa, and his wife Jane Maria, daughter of Richard Brooks, and grandsons of William Cox. Both were born at Mulgoa, Edward on 28 June 1829 and James on 21 July 1834. … Continue reading
Recently the final resting place of Corporal Athol Goodwin KIRKLAND, killed in WW1, was identified in Crucifix Corner Cemetery, near Villers-Bretonneux in the Somme. There is a signature on the Rylstone Autograph Quilt, namely ‘A. Kirkland’, which could be Athol Goodwin KIRKLAND although there were other A. KIRKLANDs in the area at the time. The … Continue reading
We will be having a stall at StreetFeast on 1st November, 2014. The stall is a great opportunity to promote the Society as well as supporting our local community. Volunteers are required to man the stall so if you can spare a couple of hours, please contact Eric on 6379 0990.