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Wednesday’s Will - Herbert John Sheather


Herbert John Sheather was the husband of my 2nd Great Aunt Hannah Grace Jones.  Born in 1885 the son of John Sheather and his wife Mary Ann née Frost he married Hannah in 1914 at Tumut.  Herbert died in 1962 at Sydney.  More posts mentioning him can be found here.

Source: RE will of HERBERT JOHN SHEATHER, late of (1962, August 3). Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), p. 2295. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article220323548


Transcript:

RE will of HERBERT JOHN SHEATHER, late of Punchbowl, in the State of New South Wales, pensioner, deceased. - Probate granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales on the 26th March, 1962. - Pursuant to the Wills, Probate and Administration Act, 1898-1954 (Testator’s Family Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act, 1916-1954, and Trustee Act, 1925-1942).  Neville Robert Sheather and Dave Hall, the executors of the will of the said Herbert John Sheather, who died on the 30th January, 1962, hereby give notice that creditors and others having any claim against or to the estate of the said deceased are requested to send particulars of their claims to the said executors at 17 Rosestreet, Punchbowl, on or before 19th October, 1962. at the expiration of which time the said executors will distribute the assets, having regard only to the claims of which they then have notice. - Dated the 26th July, 1962.  ARTHUR KENNEDY & CO., Proctors for the Executors, 266 The Boulevarde, Punchbowl, N.S.W.                   8447- £1 5s

NSW BDM INDEXES

NSW BIRTH INDEX

34924/1885  SHEATHER HERBERT JOHN  JOHN  MARY ANN  YOUNG

NSW BDM MARRIAGE INDEX

10646/1914  SHEATHER  HERBERT JOHN  JONES  HANNAH G  ADELONG

NSW BDM DEATH INDEX

4733/1962  SHEATHER HERBERT JOHN  JOHN  MARY ANN  BANKSTOWN

Source:  NSW Births, Deaths and Marriages Indexes.  Retrieved from  https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory


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