|Offspring of Henry Thomas Albert Eggins and Rosina Alice Inmon (1880-1944)|
|Thelma Alice Eggins (c1899-?)|| |
|Ivy Maud Eggins (c1900-?)|| |
|Irwin Lester Eggins (c1902-1954)||1902 Grafton, New South Wales, Australia||15 January 1954 Caboolture, Queensland, Australia|| Catherine Myfanwy Clark (bef1929-aft1953)|
|Henry Albert Eggins (c1904-?)|| |
|Mona Gladys Eggins (c1905-?)|| |
|Rosina Harriet Eggins (c1908-?)|| |
|Nita Lurline Eggins (1911-?)|| |
|Arthur Thomas Eggins (1914-?)|| |
|Maurice Wilkins Eggins (1914-?)|| |
|Clarice Evelyn Eggins (-1916)|| |
|Emme Eve Eggins (-1916)|
OBITUARY Mrs. R A. Eggins There passed away a [...] General Hospital on the [...] Mrs. Rosina Alice Eggins [...] H. T. A. Eggins, of No[...] dum. The deceased was [...] stream, Ulmarra (N.S.W.), 64 years ago. Arriving in Queensland in 1909, she commenced cane farming on the Maroochy River, and was one of the first cane growers in that district. In 1918 she relinquished her properties on the River and went to reside at Gunalda, where she commenced dairying and general farming. The late Mrs. Eggins established the 'Sunny Holm' stud for A.I.S. cattle and exhibited with success at the Maryborough and country shows. Later she went to Bald Knob, Birkdale, and retired at Lindum a few years ago. Surviving her are her husband, five daughters, Mrs. A. Cameron (Upper Copmanhurst, N.S.W.), Mrs. F. Cameron (Mackay), Mrs. G. Myers (Swan Hill, Victoria), Mrs. D. Power (Imbil), Mrs. W. Goostrey (Lindum), and four sons, Const. I. L. Eggins (Warwick), Const. H. A. Eggins (Kilkivan), Mr. A. T. Eggins (Lindum), Pte. M. W. Eggins (A.I.F.). There are 25 grandchildren.
- "Family Notices.". Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser (Qld. : 1922 - 1954) (Qld.: National Library of Australia): p. 2. 29 December 1944. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article78053835. Retrieved 21 July 2012.