Andrew Eaton was born circa 1857 in New South Wales, Australia to Andrew Eaton (1827-1874) and Mary (c1827-1910) and died 15 July 1930 in Leeton, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Rachel Warner (1864-1940) 2 September 1886 in Ashfield, New South Wales, Australia.


Offspring of Andrew Eaton and Rachel Warner (1864-1940)
Name Birth Death Joined with
John Leonard Eaton (1887-1903)
Dorothy Eaton (1889-1975)
Mary Isabel Eaton (1890-1978)
Maurice Stewart Eaton (1890-1969)
Donald Lyle Eaton (1892-1966) 16 April 1892 St Leonards, New South Wales, Australia 23 July 1966 St Leonards, New South Wales, Australia Marion Eveline Maie Cramp (1882-1925)

Gordon Kenneth Eaton (1897-1960)


The death took place at his late residence, Farm 501, Stony Point, Leeton, of Mr. Andrew Eaton, on Tuesday last, aged 73 years. The suddenness of his passing gave his many friends in the district a severe shock, for on Monday last, while in Leeton, he appeared hale and hearty and conversed with a number of business people. Even in his own household he retired apparently well, and it wasn't till 4 a.m. that he complained of not feeling well. Mr. Eaton was a well known identity in Leeton being the contractor who built the Hydro for the Public Works Department. This work was commenced in 1917 and after it was completed the Hydro was run by the W. C. and I.C. as a hostelry, for some time without a liqour bar.

Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser, 22 July 1930, page 3

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‡ General
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₪ Wedding
  • EATON—WARNER.—September 2, at Presbyterian Church, Ashfield, by the Rev John Auld, M.A., Andrew, third son of the late Andrew Eaton, of St. Leonards, North Shore, to Rachel, youngest daughter of the late Charles John Warner, of Redfern.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 11 September 1886, page 1
¶ Death
  • EATON.—July 15, at his son's farm, Leeton, Andrew Eaton, late of Neutral Bay, beloved husband of Rachel, and loving father of Dorothy, Maurice, Donald Gordon, Isabel (Mrs. F. D. Davies), aged 73 years.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 19 July 1930, page 14