Jane Birch

F, #1001, b. 1811, d. 1857

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1811Jane Birch was born in 1811 at EnglandG.
Marriage15 May 1834Jane was married to John Loiterton, son of Thomas Loiterton and Sarah Rubbins, on Thursday, 15 May 1834 at Fleet, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.1
Death1857Jane Birch died in 1857 at Holbeach, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.1

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1834As of 15 May 1834, her married name was Loiterton.

Family with

John Loiterton b. 26 Mar 1810, d. 14 Feb 1893
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited27 Feb 2003

Citations

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Elizabeth Loiterton

F, #1002, b. before 10 May 1813, d. 5 June 1868
FatherThomas Loiterton b. 25 Mar 1783, d. 23 Nov 1846
MotherSarah Rubbins b. 27 May 1781, d. c 5 Jul 1837
Relationships3rd great-grandaunt of Robert Mote
Great-granddaughter of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birthbefore 10 May 1813Elizabeth Loiterton was born before 10 May 1813 at Stilstow House, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.
Baptism10 May 1813She was baptized on Monday, 10 May 1813 at All Saints Parish Church, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.
She was the daughter of Thomas Loiterton and Sarah Rubbins.
Marriage1 August 1837Elizabeth was married to Richard Marshall, son of George Marshall and Sarah Fox, on Tuesday, 1 August 1837 at Parish Church, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.1
Death5 June 1868Elizabeth Loiterton died on Friday, 5 June 1868 at Cobbitty Paddock, Camden, NSW, AustraliaG.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1837As of 1 August 1837, her married name was Marshall.

Voyages

DateDetails
16 February 1853Elizabeth Loiterton was a passenger aboard The Ship Harriet which sailed from Southampton, Hampshire, EnglandG, on Wednesday, 16 February 1853 and arrived in Sydney Harbour on 30 May 1853 where they had to remain in quarantine until 11 June 1853 as one of the children had developed measles a few days before their arrival in Australia. The Harriet finally anchored at the entrance to Farm Cove on Monday 13 June 1853. The passengers officially disembarked on Thursday 16 June 1853.

Family with

Richard Marshall b. 8 Jan 1812, d. 15 May 1885
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited20 Jul 2000

Citations

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Richard Marshall

M, #1003, b. 8 January 1812, d. 15 May 1885
FatherGeorge Marshall
MotherSarah Fox1

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth8 January 1812Richard Marshall was born on Wednesday, 8 January 1812 at Gosberton, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.1
He was the son of George Marshall and Sarah Fox.1
Marriage1 August 1837Richard was married to Elizabeth Loiterton, daughter of Thomas Loiterton and Sarah Rubbins, on Tuesday, 1 August 1837 at Parish Church, Holbeach, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.1
Death15 May 1885Richard Marshall died on Friday, 15 May 1885 at Cobbitty Paddock, Camden, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 73.

Voyages

DateDetails
16 February 1853Richard Marshall was a passenger aboard The Ship Harriet which sailed from Southampton, Hampshire, EnglandG, on Wednesday, 16 February 1853 and arrived in Sydney Harbour on 30 May 1853 where they had to remain in quarantine until 11 June 1853 as one of the children had developed measles a few days before their arrival in Australia. The Harriet finally anchored at the entrance to Farm Cove on Monday 13 June 1853. The passengers officially disembarked on Thursday 16 June 1853.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
Occupation1837Richard Marshall was a labourer in 1837 at Penny Hill.1
Occupation1841He was a labourer in 1841 at Pinney Hill.1

Family with

Elizabeth Loiterton b. b 10 May 1813, d. 5 Jun 1868
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited20 Jul 2000

Citations

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Charles Loiterton

M, #1004, b. circa 1693, d. circa 1760
Relationship6th great-grandfather of Robert Mote

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birthcirca 1693Charles Loiterton was born circa 1693 at Upwell, Cambridgeshire, EnglandG.1
Marriage1723Charles was married to Sarah Unknown in 1723 at Upwell, CambridgeshireG.1
Deathcirca 1760Charles Loiterton died circa 1760 at EnglandG.

Family with

Sarah Unknown b. c 1700, d. 9 May 1737
Children
ChartsPedigree Chart for Robert Mote
Descendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited11 Jul 2001

Citations

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Sarah Unknown

F, #1005, b. circa 1700, d. 9 May 1737
Relationship6th great-grandmother of Robert Mote

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birthcirca 1700Sarah Unknown was born circa 1700 at EnglandG.
Marriage1723Sarah was married to Charles Loiterton in 1723 at Upwell, Cambridgeshire, EnglandG.1
Death9 May 1737Sarah Unknown died on Thursday, 9 May 1737 at Upwell, CambridgeshireG.1

Family with

Charles Loiterton b. c 1693, d. c 1760
Children
ChartsPedigree Chart for Robert Mote
Descendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited11 Jul 2001

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Adam Loiterton

M, #1006, b. 6 December 1818, d. 26 April 1819
FatherThomas Loiterton b. 25 Mar 1783, d. 23 Nov 1846
MotherSarah Rubbins b. 27 May 1781, d. c 5 Jul 1837
Relationships3rd great-granduncle of Robert Mote
Great-grandson of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth6 December 1818Adam Loiterton was born on Sunday, 6 December 1818 at Holbeach, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.
He was the son of Thomas Loiterton and Sarah Rubbins.
Death26 April 1819Adam Loiterton died on Monday, 26 April 1819 at Holbeach, LincolnshireG.1

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
End-LineAdam Loiterton has no known descendants.
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
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Adam Loiterton

M, #1007, b. 20 September 1822
FatherThomas Loiterton b. 25 Mar 1783, d. 23 Nov 1846
MotherSarah Rubbins b. 27 May 1781, d. c 5 Jul 1837
Relationships3rd great-granduncle of Robert Mote
Great-grandson of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
DeathAdam Loiterton died at New South Wales, AustraliaG.
Birth20 September 1822He was born on Friday, 20 September 1822 at Holbeach, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.
He was the son of Thomas Loiterton and Sarah Rubbins.
Marriage20 May 1852Adam was married to Ann White, daughter of William White and Sarah Unknown, on Thursday, 20 May 1852 at Grove Street Chapel, District of Boston, Lincolnshire, EnglandG; The marriage certificate shows Adam's address as Kirton and Ann's address as Wigtoft.

Information provided by Mrs Lesley O'Sullivan, 24 Avocet Parade, Peregion, QLD 4573..

Voyages

DateDetails
16 February 1853Adam Loiterton was a passenger aboard The Ship Harriet which sailed from Southampton, Hampshire, EnglandG, on Wednesday, 16 February 1853 and arrived in Sydney Harbour on 30 May 1853 where they had to remain in quarantine until 11 June 1853 as one of the children had developed measles a few days before their arrival in Australia. The Harriet finally anchored at the entrance to Farm Cove on Monday 13 June 1853. The passengers officially disembarked on Thursday 16 June 1853.

Family with

Ann White b. 1831
Child
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited20 Jul 2000

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Ann White

F, #1008, b. 1831
FatherWilliam White1
MotherSarah Unknown1

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
DeathAnn White died at New South Wales, AustraliaG.
Birth1831She was born in 1831 at Leck, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.
She was the daughter of William White and Sarah Unknown.1
Marriage20 May 1852Ann was married to Adam Loiterton, son of Thomas Loiterton and Sarah Rubbins, on Thursday, 20 May 1852 at Grove Street Chapel, District of Boston, Lincolnshire, EnglandG; The marriage certificate shows Adam's address as Kirton and Ann's address as Wigtoft.

Information provided by Mrs Lesley O'Sullivan, 24 Avocet Parade, Peregion, QLD 4573..
MarriageAnn was married to Thomas Forsyth McEwen at AustraliaG.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1852As of 20 May 1852, her married name was Loiterton.
Married NameHer married name was McEwen.

Voyages

DateDetails
16 February 1853Ann White was a passenger aboard The Ship Harriet which sailed from Southampton, Hampshire, EnglandG, on Wednesday, 16 February 1853 and arrived in Sydney Harbour on 30 May 1853 where they had to remain in quarantine until 11 June 1853 as one of the children had developed measles a few days before their arrival in Australia. The Harriet finally anchored at the entrance to Farm Cove on Monday 13 June 1853. The passengers officially disembarked on Thursday 16 June 1853.

Family with 1

Adam Loiterton b. 20 Sep 1822
Child

Family with 2

Thomas Forsyth McEwen
Child
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited20 Jul 2000

Citations

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John Loiterton

M, #1009, b. 6 September 1861, d. 12 July 1929
John Loiterton
Christmas 1903
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 29 Jan 1842, d. 5 Mar 1930
MotherEllen Sheather b. 12 Oct 1846, d. 21 Jul 1918
RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Mote
3rd great-grandson of Charles Loiterton
6th great-grandson of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth6 September 1861John Loiterton was born on Friday, 6 September 1861 at Cobbitty Paddock, Camden, NSW, AustraliaG.
He was the son of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather.
Marriage8 April 1883John Loiterton was married to Mary Ann Guymer, daughter of Robert Guymer and Lucy A Russell, on Sunday, 8 April 1883 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Death12 July 1929John Loiterton died on Friday, 12 July 1929 at Mount Hope, Stockinbingal, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 67.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Name VariationJohn Loiterton was also known as Jack.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG12 July 1929John Loiterton was mentioned in an article in the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, on Friday, 12 July 1929 as follows:

OBITUARY.

MR. JOHN LOITERTON, OF STOCKINBINGAL

The above well-known grazier, of 'Mount Hope,' near Stockinbingal, died, last night, at his residence, at the age of 67. It is not long since he re turned from a trip to the Old Country accompanled by Mr. Marsden Poole and both were in the best of health after their enjoyable holiday: but Mr. Loiterton contracted a cold, and being one of the hardy sort, did not take the care that he should have done. Complications ensued. For a while he was in a private hospital in Temora, and on returning to his home his days were numbered.

In the early days of Cootamundra the subject of our notice grew wheat where now is part of the township. Then after farming at Jindalee, he bought "Mount Hope" from the Harrolds, later on adding the adjoining properties known as 'Gogobilly' and 'Lesliedale', the three approximating nearly 6000 acres. It runs from with- in 3 miles of Stockinbingal to the boundary of Councilor Wearne Hicks's "Truro". The homestead is about 6 miles from Stockinbal. Hard work and patient industry brought him the prosperity he deserved

Deceased leaves a widow and family of five sons and five daughters, comprising Mr. Herb Loiterton, farmer and grazier, Geraldra; Mr. Lou. Loiterton, Temora; Mr. Walter Loiterton, farmer, Pucawan; Mr. Allen Loiterton, farmer and grazier, adjoining Dirnaseer; Mr. Harold Loiterton, "Mount Hope"; Mrs. Frank Corby, "Sunnydale", Stockinbingal; Mrs. Ball, Stockingingal; Mrs. Pengley, Goolagong; Mrs. Don. Dickson, Cootamundra; and Miss Doris Loiterton "Mount Hope". (The eldest son, Fred, died when 6 years old.)

Mr. James Loiterton, of Cootamundra, and Mr. Wm. Loiterton, West Jindalee, are brothers of deceased; and sisters are Mrs. Jas. Manning, Stockinbingal; Mrs. Tom Mutch, Cootamundra; Mrs. Alf Armstrong, Cootamundra; Mrs. Robert Mutch, Cootamundra; Mrs. Chas. Lyons, Parramatta; and Mrs. A. Cranfield, Cootamundra.

The father of deceased, Mr. Chas. Loiterton, now 89, has been living in retirement in Cootamundra for many years.

Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved, whilst the district loses one of its best and kindliest personalities.

The funeral is timed to leave the home at 1.30 for the Anglican portion of the Stockinbingal cemetery.2

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
NoteJohn Loiterton John (Jack) was only nine years old when he arrived in Cootamundra. Although he only ever spent one day at school and was unable to read or write any more than his signature as a result, John was able to calculate things such as the value of a load of wheat in his head faster than most other people could do with pencil and paper.

John's father had wanted to leave everything to him when he died. This was the English way, to leave everything to the eldest son and heir. John left Lincoln Dale at the age of thirteen but later returned only to leave again when he was seventeen. He had decided that he wanted bigger things than farming a couple of hundred acres.

He first farmed with Joe Manning. He learned the trade of blacksmithing from Joe during his time there. After growing wheat in an area which is now part of the Cootamundra township, John farmed and helped clear land for other farmers at Kilrush before buying the "Mount Hope" property near Stockinbingal. He later bought the adjoining properties "Gogobilly" and "Lesliedale" to bring his total holdings to nearly six thousand acres.

John was a great teamster and could handle horses and bullocks really well. He had two bullock teams to cart the wheat and could pull larger loads with his teams than could other farmers. He was often offered other teams to be broken in. When he was young he would help his father put the pegs in line for the ploughing matches that were associated with the Cootamundra Show, although he was never allowed to compete. John was a hardworking and an honest farmer who was well respected in the area. He didn't believe in taking anything that wasn't his, such as stray sheep, that quite obviously belonged to someone else.

In April of 1928 John sailed for England with Mr. Marsden Poole. Poole was going there to attend estate matters while John was simply going along for a holiday. Not long after returning from the trip, John contracted a cold which resulted in complications that led to his death at the age of 67 years.3

Family with

Mary Ann Guymer b. 22 May 1867, d. 23 Feb 1948
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited19 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year: 1883; Number: 4918.
  2. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au
  3. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 49.

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Charles Loiterton

M, #1010, b. 9 March 1864, d. 5 July 1923
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 29 Jan 1842, d. 5 Mar 1930
MotherEllen Sheather b. 12 Oct 1846, d. 21 Jul 1918
RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Mote
3rd great-grandson of Charles Loiterton
6th great-grandson of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth9 March 1864Charles Loiterton was born on Wednesday, 9 March 1864 at Cobbitty Paddock, Camden, NSW, AustraliaG.1
He was the son of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather.
Marriage17 February 1886Charles was married to Mary Ann Manning, daughter of William Manning and Susan Starr, on Wednesday, 17 February 1886 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.2
Death5 July 1923Charles Loiterton died on Thursday, 5 July 1923 at Wallendbeen, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 59.
Burialafter 5 July 1923He was buried after 5 July 1923 at cemetery, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.3

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG6 July 1923Charles Loiterton was mentioned in an article in the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, on Friday, 6 July 1923 as follows:

OBITUARY.

CHARLES LOITERTON, Jnr.

Mr. Charles Loiterton, jun., of Wallendbeen, aged 60, whose aged father resides in O'Donnell Street, Cootamundra, passed away last night. Deceased had not been robust for the past couple of years, and was under treatment of doctors and herbalists. He farmed in this district, like most of the esteemed ilk of the same name;and general regret will be expressed at his demise. A widow and family mourn their sad loss. Mr Steve Loiterton, of Cootamunda, is a son.4


The Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG8 July 1931He was mentioned in an article in The Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, on Wednesday, 8 July 1931 as follows:

IN MEMORIAM

LOITERTON-- In loving memory of my dear husband and our father, Charles Loiterton, who departed this life July 5, 1923.

Loving and kind in all his ways,
Upright and just to the end of his days;
Sincere and true in heart and mind,
A beautiful memory left behind.

Inserted by his loving wife and family.4


Other Details

LabelDateDetails
AnecdoteCharles was born in Camden, and spent his first few years there before the family moved to Bowral. He arrived in Cootamundra with his family when he was only seven years old. It is likely that he lived and worked with his family at "Lincoln Dale" up until around the time he married in 1886.

Charles was also involved in the various activities of the Cootamundra A.P.H. & I. but not to the same extent as his father had been. In 1967 Charles was a committee member for the Ploughing Matches. In 1890 he won first prize in the Cootamundra Show for a team of six horses, shown in harness, and second prize for a pair of draught horses (Bowler and Dragon) fully harnessed for ploughing. The prize of £1-1-0 had been donated by his father, Charles Snr.

Charles was a farmer, and a hard worker from all accounts. He was a share farmer at various times with different farmers at Cullinga and Kilrush. He did a lot of land clearing and also dam sinking in the area. Making a dam a hundred years ago was tough going as it was done using primitive scoops and ploughs. A small scoop called a "tumbling Tommy" which was pulled behind a team of draft horse was frequently used for this purpose.

The 1891 Census lists Charles Loiterton Junior as living with his wife and family at Green Hills near Cootamundra. This name appears to refer to an area rather than to a property. A report for November 1898 showed Charles as being the owner of 150 acres, one and a half miles from the school.

Charles and Mary Ann owned a farm called "Forest Home" on the Old Gundagai Road about three miles from Wallendbeen. Charles did contract chaff cutting when he was there. Chaff cutting plants generally consisted of steam traction engines to power the cutter and had steamers to soften the hay so that it wouldn't break when being cut. The house on the property was a fairly large, neatly painted weatherboard house which had verandahs all around it. Much of the verandah area was enclosed by gauze panels. The house was surrounded by acacias with their noticeable white flowers in the spring.

Charles and his family were missing from the 1902 Christmas photo. This gathering was quite obviously a big family affair with all of the rest of the family present after having travelled by horse and buggy from nearby places such as Stockinbingal in some cases. At the end of the day some of them had to face perhaps a twenty mile trip back home again as there was no room for them all at "Lincoln Dale". They were all tired, and to make matters worse the photographer was late. He was a travelling photographer who lived in Jordon's Crossing (later to become Bundanoon) in the Bowral area. Perhaps Charles and his family had been at the gathering at "Lincoln Dale" but decided not to wait any longer for the overdue photographer. They may have wanted to get on home or perhaps to visit some of Mary Ann's family.

At some stage, Charles and his brother John were working somewhere in the area of the Corby's farm. As they would approach each other from opposite directions on their way to work each morning Charles would say "Hello John, how's Mary Ann?", to which John would reply "Hello Charlie, how's Mary Ann?" The subjects of their little joke were of course their wives, Mary Ann (nee Guymer) and Mary Ann (nee Manning).

Mary Ann was also a hard worker, and did a lot of the heavy work on the farm. She helped on the farm generally as well as in the work of sowing crops and carting grain. On occasions she was known to kill a sheep for home use.

Charles and his family frequently visited his brother John and family at Stockinbingal. John's son Alan recalls Charles visiting on several occasions but does not recall Mary Ann ever coming out there. They most likely visited Alice at the same time as she lived close to John. Emma and Eliza went to Stockinbingal often and in turn Nell, Herb and perhaps others would go to Wallendbeen to visit.

In March of 1916, Charles held a clearing out sale at his property as he had decided to considerably curtail his farming operations. Charles sold by auction 25 draught horses and numerous harnesses, his chaff cutting plant, and harvesters, ploughs, wagons and other farm machinery. Charles stayed at "Forest Home" for the next four years and was still living there in June 1920.

In late 1920, Charles and his family moved from "Forest Home" into the township of Wallendbeen. The original farmhouse, a few miles from Wallendbeen out along the Old Gundagai Road, was occupied by someone else after they left then became empty. It soon became dilapidated and overgrown with thistles and disappeared at some time during the 1930's. The house was located about fifty metres on the western side of the Cootamundra-Wallendbeen road, at the point at which the road is joined by Wallendoon Lane. The now old and gnarled acacia trees still live and mark the site of the house. All that remains of the house is a small concrete slab adjacent to four very weathered posts that protrude a foot or so from the ground. The posts are most likely the remains of an old tank stand.

The home in Grey Street, Wallendbeen that they moved into was called "Chelsea" and had been sold by Mr. William Palmer.

Some people have described Charles as having had a red moustache and dark hair, and yet others say that he was fairer than some of the other Loitertons. It appears that he was taller than most of the Loitertons and was fairly stout.

Charles died at the age of 59, after having been ill for several years. He died of cancer of the rectum which eventually resulted in total obstruction of the bowel. After a church service in Wallendbeen, on a grey and rainy day in 1923, his coffin was taken away in a glass sided, horse drawn hearse for burial in Cootamundra.

Mary Ann was to live on in the house in Wallendbeen until her death following a lengthy illness in November, 1940. Her daughter Ivy, continued to live with her until she married in 1929. Her son William's wife and children lived with her following his tragic death in 1938.5

Family with

Mary Ann Manning b. 1867, d. 4 Nov 1940
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
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Citations

  1. [S68] Helen Wooldridge, "Manning Branch," e-mail to Robert Mote, 2 Sept 1999, Place of Registration: Camden; Year of registration: 1864 ; Registration Number: 7201.
  2. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 38.
  3. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 73.
  4. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au
  5. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 62.

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James Loiterton

M, #1011, b. 17 May 1866, d. 24 June 1933
James Loiterton
Christmas 1903
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 29 Jan 1842, d. 5 Mar 1930
MotherEllen Sheather b. 12 Oct 1846, d. 21 Jul 1918
RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Mote
3rd great-grandson of Charles Loiterton
6th great-grandson of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth17 May 1866James Loiterton was born on Thursday, 17 May 1866 at Barren Ground, Bowral, NSW, AustraliaG.
He was the son of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather.
Marriage15 October 1895James was married to Margaret Kelly, daughter of John Kelly and Lucy Clark, on Tuesday, 15 October 1895 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Death24 June 1933James Loiterton died on Saturday, 24 June 1933 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 67.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameJames Loiterton was often called Jim.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG15 November 1926James Loiterton was mentioned in an article in the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, on Monday, 15 November 1926 as follows:

BUSH FIRE

Outbreak at Mr. Jim Loiterton's Farm 100 ACRES OF GRASS

At noon on Saturday a fire broke out on Mr. James Loiterton's, a mile and a half from town.

A number of willing workers rushed out to the combat, and the progress of the flames was arrested when it reached the wheat.

About 100 acres of grass were destroyed, and some fencing.

After this experience -- the first fire of the season -- landholders will need to look out.2

the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG28 June 1933He was mentioned in an article in the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, on Wednesday, 28 June 1933 as follows:

Local and General

THE LATE MR. JAMES LOITERTON

A large number attended the funeral, on Monday afternoon, of the late Mr. James Loiterton, of Queen street; and among them were many from the Stockinbingal district, where deceased spent so many years on the land.

The Rev. J. H. Sorrell (Methodist), who officiated at the graveside, had with him the Rev. C. Goy, associating in sympathy with the Presbyterian relatives of the deceased.

''This large gathering speaks more eloquently than any words to which I could give utterance," said Mr. Sorrell, "of the appreciation in which the late Mr. Loiterton was held. It is evidence that he lived his life well, He so played his part as to earn the respect of his fellow men. We know that the great test, when the last day comes, is the life we have lived and the deeds we have done; whether we have taken the cup of water to others, and extended the hand of sympathy. The memory of a splendid life of 67 years is something that counts in this world. Many are a weight on life; others put good into it. We think of Mr. Loiterton as one who made the world a better place. Most of you know him better than I did; but I knew something of his good- ness as a husband, as a father, and as a friend. And the memory of these things softens the sorrow of the family to-day. Our sympathy goes out sincerely to them."

[In mentioning the sisters of deceased, in Monday's issue, there was an error. They are: Mrs. James Manning, Stockinbingal, Mrs. Tom Mutch, Cootamundra; Mrs. R. Mutch, Cootamundra; Mrs. Alf Armstrong, Cootamundra; Mrs. C. J. Lines, Leura; and Mrs. A. J. Cranfield, Cootamundra. Ed. C.H.]2

Family with

Margaret Kelly b. 22 Aug 1874, d. 11 Nov 1954
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited20 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 38.
  2. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au

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Alice Mary Loiterton

F, #1012, b. 10 November 1868, d. 15 April 1952
Alice Mary Manning, née Loiterton.
Photograph provided by Jennifer Pott.
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 29 Jan 1842, d. 5 Mar 1930
MotherEllen Sheather b. 12 Oct 1846, d. 21 Jul 1918
RelationshipsGreat-grandaunt of Robert Mote
3rd great-granddaughter of Charles Loiterton
6th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth10 November 1868Alice Mary Loiterton was born on Tuesday, 10 November 1868 at Berrima, NSW, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather.
Marriage13 July 1887Alice Mary was married to James N Manning, son of William Manning and Susan Starr, on Wednesday, 13 July 1887 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Death15 April 1952Alice Mary Loiterton died on Tuesday, 15 April 1952 at Stockinbingal, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 83.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1887As of 13 July 1887, her married name was Manning.

Family with

James N Manning b. 1862, d. 30 Dec 1953
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited22 Aug 2011

Citations

  1. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 38.

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Annie Elizabeth Loiterton

F, #1013, b. 5 July 1872, d. 7 March 1948
Anne Elizabeth Mutch (née Loiterton)
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 29 Jan 1842, d. 5 Mar 1930
MotherEllen Sheather b. 12 Oct 1846, d. 21 Jul 1918
RelationshipsGreat-grandaunt of Robert Mote
3rd great-granddaughter of Charles Loiterton
6th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth5 July 1872Annie Elizabeth Loiterton was born on Friday, 5 July 1872 at West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
She was the daughter of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather.
Marriage9 February 1892Annie Elizabeth was married to Joseph Mutch, son of John H Mutch and Ellen Davies, on Tuesday, 9 February 1892 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG. The witnesses were Ellen and James Loiterton.1
Marriage17 December 1906Annie Elizabeth was married to Alfred George Armstrong, son of Robert William Armstrong and Caroline Madden, on Monday, 17 December 1906 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death7 March 1948Annie Elizabeth Loiterton died on Sunday, 7 March 1948 at Cootamundra, NSWG, at age 75.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1892As of 9 February 1892, her married name was Mutch.
Married Name1906As of 17 December 1906, her married name was Armstrong.

Family with 1

Joseph Mutch b. c 1856, d. 12 Apr 1897
Children

Family with 2

Alfred George Armstrong b. 1874, d. 3 Jun 1953
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - William Much
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited24 Mar 2001

Citations

  1. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 38.

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Ellen Susannah Loiterton

F, #1014, b. 1 January 1875, d. 17 January 1959
Ellen Susannah Mutch (née Loiterton)
Christmas 1903
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 29 Jan 1842, d. 5 Mar 1930
MotherEllen Sheather b. 12 Oct 1846, d. 21 Jul 1918
RelationshipsGreat-grandaunt of Robert Mote
3rd great-granddaughter of Charles Loiterton
6th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1 January 1875Ellen Susannah Loiterton was born on Friday, 1 January 1875 at West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
She was the daughter of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather.
Marriage11 March 1897Ellen Susannah was married to Thomas Mutch, son of John H Mutch and Ellen Davies, on Thursday, 11 March 1897 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
Marriage24 May 1931Ellen Susannah Loiterton, as the mother of the bride, attended the wedding of Alfred Anderson and Netta May Mutch on 24 May 1931 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.2
Death17 January 1959Ellen Susannah Loiterton died on Saturday, 17 January 1959 at Cootamundra, NSWG, at age 84.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1897As of 11 March 1897, her married name was Mutch.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
NoteEllen Susannah Loiterton took an active interest in many organisations, including War Chest, Red Cross, District Hospital Women's Auxiliary and the Presbyterian Church Ladies Guild.

Family with

Thomas Mutch b. 15 Sep 1861, d. 21 Jul 1923
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - William Much
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited15 Oct 1999

Citations

  1. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 38.
  2. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year: 1931; Number: 6568.

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Sarah Jane Loiterton

F, #1015, b. 12 April 1880, d. 5 November 1973
Sarah Jane Lines (née Loiterton)
Christmas 1903
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 29 Jan 1842, d. 5 Mar 1930
MotherEllen Sheather b. 12 Oct 1846, d. 21 Jul 1918
RelationshipsGreat-grandaunt of Robert Mote
3rd great-granddaughter of Charles Loiterton
6th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth12 April 1880Sarah Jane Loiterton was born on Monday, 12 April 1880 at West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
She was the daughter of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather.
Marriage16 March 1901Sarah Jane was married to Charles Jeptha Lines, son of John Smith Lines and Selina Clark, on Saturday, 16 March 1901 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.2
Death5 November 1973Sarah Jane Loiterton died on Monday, 5 November 1973 at Braddon Convalescent Hospital, Dee Why, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 93.3

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1901As of 16 March 1901, her married name was Lines.

Family with

Charles Jeptha Lines b. c Oct 1871
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited31 Dec 1999

Citations

  1. [S99] Daphne & Arthur Koob, Koob Book, Page # 30.
  2. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 39.
  3. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 50.

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Charlotte Rose Loiterton

F, #1016, b. 2 August 1882, d. 5 November 1972
Charlotte Rose Loiterton
Christmas 1903
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 29 Jan 1842, d. 5 Mar 1930
MotherEllen Sheather b. 12 Oct 1846, d. 21 Jul 1918
RelationshipsGreat-grandaunt of Robert Mote
3rd great-granddaughter of Charles Loiterton
6th great-granddaughter of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth2 August 1882Charlotte Rose Loiterton was born on Wednesday, 2 August 1882 at West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
She was the daughter of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather.
Marriage27 November 1907Charlotte Rose was married to Arthur John Cranfield, son of Charles Cranfield and Jane Loomes, on Wednesday, 27 November 1907 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death5 November 1972Charlotte Rose Loiterton died on Sunday, 5 November 1972 at Braddon Convalescent Hospital, Dee Why, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 90.2

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameCharlotte Rose Loiterton was often called Rose.
Married Name1907As of 27 November 1907, her married name was Cranfield.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG30 November 1907Charlotte Rose Loiterton was mentioned in an article in the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, on Saturday, 30 November 1907 as follows:

Wedding at West Jindalee.

CRANFIELD - LOITERTON.

A very interesting wedding took place at West Jindalee last Wednesday after noon. The contracting parties were Mr. Arthur John Cranfield, of Cootamundra, son of Mr. Charles Cranfield, of Camden, and Miss Charlotte Rose Loiterton, the youngest daughter of Mr. Charles Loiterton, of Lincolnville, West Jindalee. There was a large assembly of relatives, and a few intimate, and old friends of the families. The officiating minister was the Rev. J. K. Turner, of the Methodist Church, both families being long identified with Methodism. The bridal ceremony was performed in the drawing room at Lincolnville, into which the bride entered, escorted by her father. The bride looked charming, robed in cream silk voile, with guipure lace, ribbons and orange blossoms. She wore a beautiful gold chain and heart pendant, the gift of the bridegroom, and carried a bouquet of Christmas lillies and carnations. The attendant bridesmaids were three neices of the bride? Miss Nellie Loiterton, of Stockinbingal, dressed in green, and the Misses Phyllis and Ethel Mutch, attired in cream voile, each wearing a gold brooch presented by the bridegroom. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Mr. Thomas Henry Cranfield. After signing the customary documents, and receiving hearty congratulations, the whole party adjourned to the dining room, where they sat down to a wedding breakfast served in the very best and most up-to-date style. The numerous gathering round that ban quet table, of parents, children, and grandchildren, with visitors added on the occasion of a wedding feast, made a truly vivid and brilliant scene. It was a proud and happy hour for the aged parents. After doing ample justice to that richly laden table, and indulging in the merri ment of conversation, retailing stories, cracking jokes, and roars of laughter, and also partaking of the ever famous and time-honoured wedding cake, a few toasts were submitted. First came the toast of 'The bride and bridegroom,' proposed by the minister, and responded to by the triumphant bridegroom. Then came the toast of ' The bridesmaids,' proposed by Mr. T. H. Cranfield, the best man, and spoken to by Mr. Armstrong (son-in-law). There followed the toast of " The parents," presented by the Rev. J. K. Turner, and feelingly replied to by Mr. Charles Loiterton, father of the bride. Mr. Cranfield, who is practically a new comer into our midst, has settled here in business, and is to be congratulated on winning as his wife one of the young ladies of an old and highly respected family of the Cootamundra district.

The following is a list of the wedding presents : ? Mr. and Mrs. Stev. Sheather, jam dish
Mr. A. Loiterton, silver butter basin
Mr. T. Mutch, silver butter dish
Mr. J. Loiterton, silver biscuit barrell
Miss E. Barker, silver and glass butter dish
Mr. Legge, silver butter knife and spoon in case
Mr. and Mrs. Caunt, glass salad bowl
Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong, silver honey jar
Mr. and Mrs. R. Mutch, set carvers in case
Misses Roberts, pair silver jam spoons
Mr. and Mrs. John Loiterton, electro plate cruet
Miss James and Mrs. Finney, silver butter dish
Solomon Cohen and Co., silver and glass butter dish
Miss Nell Loiterton, silver and glass jam dish and butter dish
Miss Denoon, flower bowl
Mr. W. Wilkins, pair vauses
Mr. T. H. Cranfield and Miss K. Mahoney, egg stand and set carvers
Miss Madge Loiterton, half-dozen silver teaspoons
Miss Ivy Manning, glass sugar basin
C., J.. and G. Mutch, glass dish and vase
Miss P. Mutch, glass sugar basin
Mrs. New, sugar basin
Miss E. Loiterton, pair glass dishes
Nellie Manning, honey jar
Iris, and Stella Forsyth, pair photo frames
Mr. W. Loiterton, mantle clock
Mr. and Mrs. Chas Cranfield, dinner set
Mrs. C. Loiterton, sen., easy chair and house linen
Mr. Chas Loiterton, sen., cheque
Mr. and Mrs. G. Hilder, pictures
Misses Elma and Ethel Mutch, two glass dishes
Miss Ella Loiterton, silver butter knife
Mrs. J. Manning, half-dozen bread and butter knives
Mr. Loiterton, tea set.3

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
End-LineCharlotte Rose Loiterton has no known descendants.
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited20 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 39.
  2. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 51.
  3. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au

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William Henry Loiterton

M, #1017, b. 20 February 1886, d. 3 March 1966
William Henry Loiterton
Christmas 1903
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 29 Jan 1842, d. 5 Mar 1930
MotherEllen Sheather b. 12 Oct 1846, d. 21 Jul 1918
RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Mote
3rd great-grandson of Charles Loiterton
6th great-grandson of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth20 February 1886William Henry Loiterton was born on Saturday, 20 February 1886 at West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.1
He was the son of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather.
Marriage18 November 1908William Henry was married to Eliza Ann Barker, daughter of David Barker and Annie Bull, on Wednesday, 18 November 1908 at Lincoln Dale, West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death3 March 1966William Henry Loiterton died on Thursday, 3 March 1966 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, at age 80.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameWilliam Henry Loiterton was often called Bill.

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
ArticleBill took over Lincoln Dale on his father's retirement and inherited the property on his father's death. He added the stables and hay shed to the existing buildings. The land was later passed on to his sons Arthur and Jeffery.2

Family with

Eliza Ann Barker b. 1890, d. 3 Aug 1964
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited5 Jul 2006

Citations

  1. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 39.
  2. [S22] Ian Douglas Loiterton, A Loiterton History, page 51.

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Ernest Reginald Loiterton

M, #1018, b. 30 April 1891, d. 7 December 1892
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 29 Jan 1842, d. 5 Mar 1930
MotherEllen Sheather b. 12 Oct 1846, d. 21 Jul 1918
RelationshipsGreat-granduncle of Robert Mote
3rd great-grandson of Charles Loiterton
6th great-grandson of Thomas Sheather

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth30 April 1891Ernest Reginald Loiterton was born on Thursday, 30 April 1891 at West Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.
He was the son of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather.
Death7 December 1892Ernest Reginald Loiterton died on Wednesday, 7 December 1892 at West Jindalee, NSWG, at age 1.1

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
End-LineErnest Reginald Loiterton has no known descendants.
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Descendant Chart - Stephen Oxford
Descendant Chart - Thomas Sheather
Last Edited12 Sep 1999

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra; Year of registration: 1892; Registration Number: 4646.

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Mary Ann Loiterton

F, #1019, b. 1840, d. 14 March 1909
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 13 Mar 1808, d. 2 Aug 1882
MotherSusannah Buffham b. 17 May 1810, d. 29 Apr 1895
Relationships2nd great-grandaunt of Robert Mote
2nd great-granddaughter of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1840Mary Ann Loiterton was born in 1840 at Lutton, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.
She was the daughter of Charles Loiterton and Susannah Buffham.
Marriage17 March 1859Mary Ann Loiterton married John Joseph Campbell, son of Patrick Campbell and Margaret Riordan, on Thursday, 17 March 1859 at Cobbitty Paddock, Camden, NSW, AustraliaG.
Marriage4 June 1861Mary Ann Loiterton witnessed the marriage of Charles Loiterton and Ellen Sheather on 4 June 1861 at Camden, NSWG; The wedding was held at the home of Mr Charles Loiterton (senior) and permission was given by both Mr C Loiterton and Mr John Sheather for the wedding to take place, as Ellen and Charles were under 21 years of age. Charles' sister, Mrs Mary Ann Campbell and her husband John witnessed the wedding by Charles Waters who was the officiating minister, according to the rites of the Primitive Methodist Church.1
Death14 March 1909Mary Ann Loiterton died on Sunday, 14 March 1909 at Bowral, NSW, AustraliaG.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1859As of 17 March 1859, her married name was Campbell.

Voyages

DateDetails
16 February 1853Mary Ann Loiterton was a passenger aboard The Ship Harriet which sailed from Southampton, Hampshire, EnglandG, on Wednesday, 16 February 1853 and arrived in Sydney Harbour on 30 May 1853 where they had to remain in quarantine until 11 June 1853 as one of the children had developed measles a few days before their arrival in Australia. The Harriet finally anchored at the entrance to Farm Cove on Monday 13 June 1853. The passengers officially disembarked on Thursday 16 June 1853.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
Bowral Free Press, Bowral, NSW, AustraliaGMary Ann Loiterton had an obituary appear in Bowral Free Press, Bowral, NSW, AustraliaG, as follows: FUNERAL OF MARY ANN CAMPBELL ( nee Loiterton .)
It is with deep regret we have to chronicle in this issue, the death of a very old identity of Bowral, Mrs. J.J. Campbell who passed away at her residence in Funstan St., Bowral, early on Sunday morning last. For some 12 months previous to her death, her health was thought to fail although there was no cessation in her very active life. At the beginning of the year she was stricken with pleurisy, and although she recovered, it's effects were plainly visible to the last. On Sunday night the 7th. Inst., she was seized with paralysis of the brain, from which, for the exception of one or two momentary gleams, she never regained consciousness. The memory cells were first seized, then the paralysis gradually extended through the brain and body, until by Saturday, the whole form was completely paralysed. She suffered no pain with the illness, and passed peacefully away shortly after 5a.m. Sunday morning.
The late Mrs. Campbell was 69 years of age, and was born at Sutton, Lincolnshire, England, coming to N. S. Wales with her parents when but a child.
She lived in the Camden district, and was married to Mr. J.J. Campbell at Camden on 17th. March, 1859, thus, to-day Wednesday, would have been their Golden Wedding Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell were the earliest settlers in Bowral, having arrived here some 45 years ago, where they have resided ever since.
Mrs. Campbell led a very energetic life, and in the early days she was always up and doing for the benefit of the town. In her more advanced years, her efforts were devoted to the affairs of her church, and in her death, the local Methodist Church suffer the loss of a true and faithful worker, as she was always at her post to do whatever lay in her power. The visitation of the sick and distressed was another phase of her kindly spirit, and many a home has been helped, comforted, and cheered by her influence.
Her husband, and one daughter, Mrs. J.W. Miller, are left to mourn their loss, to whom we extend our sincere sympathy.
The funeral took place on Monday afternoon, the remains being interred in the Burradoo Cemetery. Shortly after two, in the presence of the family and a number of intimate friends and old acquaintances, the Rev. J.W. Holden conducted a short service. A hymn was sung, a few verses of Scripture read, and the Rev D.C. Hughes offered prayer.
The cortege then wended it's way to the Methodist Church , in which the coffin was carried by the bearers ; Messrs. A.B. Robinson, Ebb. Davis, F. Toone, and E. Boardman. The organist Miss Gibbons played " The Vital Spark of Heavenly Flame." The pulpit was appropriately draped, the church was filled with mourners, and a deep solemnity pervaded the service. The hymn, " Forever with the Lord" was given out by the Rev. J.W. Holden. The Rev. J.W. Leadley of Albury offered prayer, and the Rev. D.C. Hughes read the 90th. Psalm. The Rev. Mr Holden then briefly addressed those present, basing his remarks on the verse Mark 14 ; 8. " She hath done what she could." Wherever Mrs. Campbell went, her presence was a benediction . She let the sunshine come out in her face. Some of those present had been fortunate enough to visit her home, and noticed her marvellous power in that home. She had been the benediction in their church, and during her long residence in Bowral, has been a true " minister's friend." Personally, he could say with all sincerity, that she was the best of all he had yet met. Four years ago he ( Mr. Holden ) came to this circuit, and the one to open the parsonage door, was the one who lay in that coffin. She gave him a hearty welcome to Bowral. She had been a benediction to that church, and they did not yet know what they had missed. She had been a friend to the poor. Thirty years ago a girl came to Bowral poor and friendless, but Mrs. Campbell took her under her motherly wings. She has done what she could, and many would miss her gifts. It all came out of her kindly heart. They all sympathised with their friend Mr. Campbell, for the wrench after almost 50 years of married life, was breaking his heart. They all however had much to be thankful for : Mrs. Campbell was not in the casket ; she was in Heaven, welcomed by a far greater number than were attending her funeral. He could imagine the Rev. George Lane meeting her, and how they would talk of old times. Mr. Holden referred to his visit to Mrs. Campbell 3 days before he left for Conference, and how enthusiastically she talked of the approaching " Harvest Festival", for which she worked so heartily. She worked till death, and has gone to be with Christ which is far better. " Peace perfect peace" was then sung, and Mr. Holden prayed, and " The Dead March in Saul" was played by the organist, and the congregation left the church. The procession continued it's way to the Burradoo cemetery, where the solemn service was concluded in the presence of a large concourse of people. The Revs. Holden, Hughes, and Leadley took part.
The funeral arrangements were in the hands of Mr. J. Beaven.
The wreaths, letters and telegrams were received from the following ;
The members of the Methodist Church, The Rev. J.W. Holden, Mr. & Mrs. J. Cope, The Rev. D.C. Hughes, Mr. & Mrs. Wearne, Mr. & Mrs. Ebb. Davis, Mr. E. Beer & family, Mr. & Mrs. C. Thomas & family, Mr. & Mrs. Fred Pain, Mrs. & Miss Duprez, Mr. & Mrs. E. Boardman, Miss Brown, Mr. M. Jones, Mrs. Besnard, Mr. & Mrs. J. Holmes, Mr. & Mrs. W.W. Smith & family, Mr. & Mrs. W. Alcorn & Miss Gibbons, Mr. & Mrs. W. Foley & family, ( of Richmond River ), Mrs. Randolph Nott, & Miss Nott, Miss Barnes, Mr. & Mrs. W. Richards & family, Mrs. Debenham, Mr. & Mrs. G. Savell, Mr. & Mrs. J.H. Carthew, Mr. & Mrs. J.E. Carthew, Mr. & Mrs. Andrews, Miss Manderson, Miss Amy Jones, Mr. & Mrs. H. Barrow & Miss Barrow, Misses Schofield, Mr. Loiterton from Cootamundra, Mrs. Craven ( Rose Bay ), Mr. & Mrs. T.S. Piggott & family, Mr. & Mrs. W. Gregory & family, Mr. & Mrs. W.A. Savell, & family, Messrs. Hill Bros. & employees, Mr. & Mrs. Seldon & family, Mr. & Mrs. Weeden, Mr. & Mrs. Soutter, Mr. & Mrs. Tom Cope, Mr. & Mrs. B. Short, Mr. & Mrs. W. Wallace, Mrs. M. Shaw ( Glebe Point ) Mr. & Mrs. Huggett, Mr. & Mrs. Hiscox, ( Gordon ), Mrs. & Misses Ferguson, Children of Mrs. T. Cope, Mrs. Ward, Mr. & Mrs. J. Walker, Mrs. Chapman & family, Mrs. Comer, Mrs. Diggins, Mr. & Mrs. C. Pember, Mr. Corry & family, Mr. & Mrs. Roylance, Mr. & Mrs. Jos. Stokes & family, Dr. & Mrs. Middleton ( Mittagong ), Mr. & Mrs. J. McDonald,Mrs. J. Vandenbergh ( Robertson ), Mr. & Mrs. Palfreyman, Mrs. Stokes Senior & Miss Stokes, Mr. & Mrs. G.M. Pugh, Misses Valentine, Mr. & Mrs. C. McDonald, & family, Mr. & Mrs. F. Grove & family, Mrs. Barnes & family, Mr. & Mrs. W. Mc Donald & family, Mrs. Wallace & family, Mrs. Pain Senior, Muriel, Douglas, Reggie, Elsie, & Alice Pain, Mr. & Mrs. Potter, Mrs. Pope, C. W. Marsden, Mrs. Miller ( Stanmore ), Miss Shaw ( Dalton ), Mr. David Watkins & Miss Watkins, Mr. & Mrs. Gavin George, Mr. & Mrs. Radband, Mr. J.J. Price, Miss Morgan, Rev H. Pincombe & Mrs. Pincombe ( North Sydney ), Mr. & Mrs. Haig, Rev. J.S. Austin ( Waverley), Miss Miller ( Darlinghurst ), Mrs. Corbett, Miss Betty Corbett, Miss Scott Reid, Mrs. Elkin, Mr. & Mrs. W. Beer, Mrs. Carnell ( Gordon ), Miss Jones ( Killara ), Mr. W.F. Walker & family, Mr. & Mrs. A. Holmes, Mr. & Mrs. J. Kelleher, The Mayor, Aldermen & Staff of Bowral Council, Mr. & Mrs. Waine & family, Mrs. Price, Mr. & Mrs. C. Piper, Mr. & Mrs. R.G. Ferguson ( Robertson ), Mr. A.B. Robinson, Mr A. Stephens Jun., Mr. & Mrs. T. Bonynge, Dr. Throsby, Miss Wheatley ( Dalton ), Mr. & Mrs. J. Stokes ( Lithgow ), Mrs. Parker & family ( Summer Hill ), Mr. & Mrs. J. Harrison ( Summer Hill.2 )

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LabelDateDetails
Notecirca 1863Mary Ann Loiterton was the first teacher in the Methodist Sunday School at Bowral.

Family with

John Joseph Campbell b. 1838, d. 20 Mar 1928
Child
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited20 Jul 2000

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Marriage Registration: Camden, Registration Year: 1861, Registration Number: 1550.
  2. [S37] Bowral Free Press.

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Sarah Loiterton

F, #1020, b. 1844, d. 8 May 1932
FatherCharles Loiterton b. 13 Mar 1808, d. 2 Aug 1882
MotherSusannah Buffham b. 17 May 1810, d. 29 Apr 1895
Relationships2nd great-grandaunt of Robert Mote
2nd great-granddaughter of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth1844Sarah Loiterton was born in 1844 at Lutton, Lincolnshire, EnglandG.
She was the daughter of Charles Loiterton and Susannah Buffham.
Marriage7 December 1870Sarah was married to Charles New, son of James New and Mary Lane, on Wednesday, 7 December 1870 at Wingecarribee, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death8 May 1932Sarah Loiterton died on Sunday, 8 May 1932 at Goulburn, NSW, AustraliaG.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Married Name1870As of 7 December 1870, her married name was Sarah New.

Voyages

DateDetails
16 February 1853Sarah Loiterton was a passenger aboard The Ship Harriet which sailed from Southampton, Hampshire, EnglandG, on Wednesday, 16 February 1853 and arrived in Sydney Harbour on 30 May 1853 where they had to remain in quarantine until 11 June 1853 as one of the children had developed measles a few days before their arrival in Australia. The Harriet finally anchored at the entrance to Farm Cove on Monday 13 June 1853. The passengers officially disembarked on Thursday 16 June 1853.

Family with

Charles New b. 10 Jul 1844, d. 9 Aug 1915
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited20 Jul 2000

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Argyle at Goulburn; Year: 1883; Number: 10936.

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