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Thomas Ivory was born 7 December 1848 in Colo, New South Wales, Australia to Charles Ivory (1820-1867) and Agnes Maria Gosper (1825-1862) and died 28 September 1925 in Wellington, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Lucy Penton (c1853-1934) 12 January 1876 in Richmond, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from Australia, the United Kingdom, Ireland.



Children


Offspring of Thomas Ivory and Lucy Penton (c1853-1934)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Louisa Ivery (1877-1877)
Frederick Lawson Ivery (1878-1919)
Florence Emma Ivery (1879-1949) 21 December 1879 Wellington, New South Wales, Australia 25 August 1949 23 Linda Street, Belmore, New South Wales, Australia William James Neville (1872-1917)

Eva Ivery (1881-1953)
Amy Ivery (1883-1905)
Ada Jane Ivery (1886-1958)
Charles Ivery (1887-1959)
Willis Ivery (1889-1962)
Bertie Ivery (1891-1967)
Arthur Ivery (1893-1894)
Essie May Ivery (1895-1936)

Obituary

MR. THOS. IVERY.

The death took place at his residence at Blathery Creek of a very well known resident in the person of Mr. Thomas Ivery, at the age of 76 years. The deceased gentleman had been ailing for the past 12 months, and for the last 15 weeks had been confined to his bed, heart trouble being the cause of his death. Mr. Ivery was one of our best known farmers and had lived at Blathery Creek for 40 years, and during that time had made a great number of life long friends. He is survived by a grown up family of sons and daughters; the sons being Messrs Charles (Cumnock) , Willis (Blathery Creek), Herbert (Suntop), and the daughters are Mrs. Bruce (Cumnock), Mrs. Neville (Sydney), Mrs. H. Bell (Walmer), and Miss Essie Ivery (Bathery Creek).

Wellington Times, 1 October 1925, page 6






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