Elizabeth Bool was born 21 October 1861 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia to George Bool (1835-1900) and Martha Geard (1835-1922) and died 15 February 1932 in Crookwell, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Jonathan Walkom (1859-1931) 21 October 1885 in New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.


Offspring of Jonathan Walkom and Elizabeth Bool (1861-1932)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Edith Blanche Walkom (1886-1963)
Linda May Walkom (1887-1958) 23 November 1887 Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia 2 August 1958 Crookwell, New South Wales, Australia Percival Richard Marks (1885-1964)

Lily Winifred Walkom (1889-1969) 17 August 1889 New South Wales, Australia 11 February 1969 Crookwell, New South Wales, Australia Frederick James Churchill (1885-1946)

Oswald Augustine Walkom (1891-1973)
Albert Edmund Walkom (1894-1976)
Jonathan Selby Walkom (1897-1953)
Cyril Reginald Walkom (1898-1966)



The death occurred at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. P. R. Marks, Crookwell, of Mrs. Elizabeth Walkom, an old resident of Bannister. The late Mrs. Walkom was a well-known resident of Bannister, having resided there up to the time of her death for a number of years. Deceased was 70 years of age, and is survived by four sons and three daughters. The sons are Oswald, of Bathurst; Albert, of Bannister; Selby, of Sydney; Cyril, of Parramatta. The daughters are Mrs. Leslie Guymer of Goulburn; Mrs. P. R. Marks, of Crookwell; and Mrs. F. Churchill, of Crookwell. Mr. Walkom died nearly a year ago. The funeral, which was largely attended, took place at the Merrilla Methodist Cemetery, Rev. J. W. Booth, of Crookwell, assisted by Rev. A. W. Bray, conducted the service at the graveside.

Goulburn Evening Penny Post, 22 February 1932, page 2 Edition: DAILY and EVENING

Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
Ω Birth
  • BDM Index ref for birth: 7695/1861
₪ Wedding
  • BDM Index ref for marriage: 3826/1885
¶ Death
  • WALKOM.—February 15, 1932, the beloved wife of Jonathan Walkom, of Bannister.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 17 February 1932, page 10