George Ezzy was born 16 April 1851 in Windsor, New South Wales, Australia to Charles Ezzy (c1802-1854) and Catherine Bootle (1810-1856) and died 16 May 1931 in Maitland Benevolent Home, Maitland, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Jean Clark (1856-1937) 28 June 1876 in Moree, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from Australia, the United Kingdom.


Offspring of George Ezzy and Jean Clark (1856-1937)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Herbert Ezzy (1877-)
Ida Maude Ezzy (1879-1965)
Ernest George Oswald Ezzy (1881-1882)
Clara Jean Ezzy (1884-1975) 18 January 1884 Moree, New South Wales, Australia 28 June 1975 Neutral Bay, New South Wales, Australia Charles Thomas York (1880-1955)

Edith Sarah Ezzy (1885-1968) 1885 Moree, New South Wales, Australia 15 January 1968 Newtown, New South Wales, Australia Oscar Warren Smith (1885-1946)

Ruby Ethel Ezzy (1887-1967)



Mr. George Ezzy passed away on Saturday last at the Maitland Benevolent Home. He was 80 years old, and had been an inmate of the institution since 1914. He was a well-known figure in Moree some years ago, where he was an hotel keeper.

He is survived by his widow and three daughters, Mrs. R. Dilley, Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Manton, who were chief mourners at the graveside. A most impressive service was held by Rev. C. W. J. Gumbley at the Home before the funeral, which was attended by members of deceased's family, the Matron, Sub-Matron, and inmates. Deceased's favourite hymn, 'Jesu, Lover of my Soul,' was sung and the inmates then followed the hearse to the gates of the Home.

Through the kindness of Rev. C. W. J. Gumbley, four of the inmates attended the funeral in his car.

The Maitland Daily Mercury, 20 May 1931, page 4

Mr. George Ezzy, a well known former resident of Moree, passed away in the Maitland Benevolent Home last week.

The deceased, who was 80 years of age, was, many years ago, licensee of Tattersall's Hotel, and later licensee of the Commercial Hotel, which, in those far off days, occupied the land where Messrs. Lillyman Bros.' cordial factory is now erected.

We understand that he is survived by his wife, one son and four daughters.

Moree Gwydir Examiner And General Advertiser, 25 May 1931, page 2

Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
¶ Death
  • BDM Index ref for death: 9585/1931

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