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Enoch Rudder was born 1 January 1830 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom to Enoch William Rudder (1801-1888) and Emma Betts (1802-1883) and died 27 September 1926 in Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Eliza Perrin (1842-1925) 20 September 1859 in Macleay River, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.

He arrived in Sydney on 4 February 1834 on the Princess Victoria with his parents and siblings.

Children


Offspring of Enoch Rudder and Eliza Perrin (1842-1925)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Ada Rudder (1860-1933) 1860 Macleay River, New South Wales, Australia 22 June 1933 Woodburn, New South Wales, Australia Charles Oliver Hodgson (1864-1943)

Edward Charles Rudder (1862-1938) 17 December 1862 Macleay River, New South Wales, Australia 28 November 1938 Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia Mary Jane Nicholson (1864-1917)

Marcus Granville Rudder (1863-1943) 16 September 1863 Macleay River, New South Wales, Australia 15 August 1943 Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia Ada Rhoda Herborn (1864-1943)

Maude Rudder (1865-1936) 31 January 1865 Macleay River, New South Wales, Australia 26 November 1936 Sark, Moss-street, West Ryde, New South Wales, Australia John Harold Thornton (1874-1929)

Archibald Rudder (1866-1925) 12 December 1866 Macleay River, New South Wales, Australia 9 February 1926 Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia
Lucy Rudder (1868-1936) 27 August 1868 Macleay River, New South Wales, Australia 10 July 1936 "Oaklands," Downes Street, Annerley, Queensland, Australia Albert Armitage Salmon (1854-1941)

Eva Rudder (1870-1873)
Ruth Eliza Rudder (1872-1963) 27 July 1872 Macleay River, New South Wales, Australia 10 July 1963 Newtown, New South Wales, Australia Leslie Thornton Rudder (1875-1957)

Louis Enoch Rudder (1874-1931)
Clement Henry Rudder (1876-1957)
Wilfred Valentine Rudder (1878-1934)
Alice Mary Rudder (1882-1959) 9 February 1882 West Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia 7 December 1959 Dee Why, New South Wales, Australia Alfred Val Gerard Riley (1886-1957)

Morton Leslie Rudder (1884-1912) 22 September 1884 Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia 8 July 1912 Kempsey, New South Wales, Australia

Obituary

Mr. Enoch Rudder.

Mr. Enoch Rudder, one of the most outstanding figures in the history of the Macleay, passed away on Monday last, aged 96 years. The late Mr. Rudder, a native of Birmingham (England) came to Australia with his parents just 89 years ago, and with them came to the Macleay, his father naming Kempsey after his home town of Kempsey in England. The late Mr. Enoch Rudder married Miss Elizabeth Perrin, daughter of another early Macleay pioneer, the worthy couple celebrating their diamond wedding in 1919. For well over half a century they resided on their fine property at Oaklands, where they raised a sturdy family of seven sons and five daughters. Two of the sons, Messrs. Archie and Morton L. Rudder predeceased their father. The surviving children are Messrs. Edward C. (Bellbrook), Marcus (Rolland's Plains), Louis (Hastings River), Clement (Dondingalong) and Wilfred Rudder (Oaklands), Mesdames Hodgson (Woodburn, Richmond River), Thornton (Townsville, Queensland), Salmon (Gympie, Queensland), L. T. Rudder (Collombatti) and Alfred Riley (Bega). There are also over 30 grandchildren, and a number of great-grandchildren. Mr. Eugene Rudder, of Sydney, aged 85 years, is now the sole survivor of the original family. The late Mr. Enoch Rudder was a man of intellect, well-read, fluent, and ready of tongue, and his keen interest in political and public matters generally made him a valued citizen. He was widely known for his generous and hospitable nature, and his passing is keenly regretted by many of the elder generation. The funeral, very largely attended, took place on Tuesday to West Kempsey Cemetery, under conduct of Mr. Jos. T. Walker. Canon Ware officiating at the graveside.

The Macleay Chronicle, 29 September 1926, page 4




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