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Charles joseph Chatterton d.1925 his wife Sarah d.1911 and,
their daughter Evelyn b.1901 aged 23, all buried in a family Plot in Melbourne Cemetery
ref M/N 6/7 , Indy C, Plot 134, Sadly there is no Headstone.
Also in the same plot David smedley Chatterton who died 1929

THE AGE,   Monday, 2nd September 1901
CHATTERTON.- Friends of Mr. Charles Chatterton , are respectfully invited to Follow the remains of his , dearly, beloved daughter, Evelyn, to the place of interment, in the Melbourne General Cemetery.
The funerall will leave her parent's residence, 'Failsworth,' South-street, Ascot Vale, TOMORROW (Tuesday), 3rd inst., at 3 o'clock p.m.
ALFRED ALLISON, Undertaker and embarmer 221 Victoria-street west, Melbourne; Mt. Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds, and Racecourse-road, Newmarket. Telephone 930.

THE AGE,   Wednesday, 31st August 1904
In Memorium
CHATTERTON. In sad and loving memory of our dear daughter, Evelyn, who died on the 31st August, 1901, at Ascot Vale.
Three years have gone, and still we miss you,
None but aching hearts can tell;
Earth has lost you. heaven has gained you,
Darling Evelyn, farewell.
-Inserted by her Sorrowing father, mother, brothers and sistcr.

THE AGE,   Friday, 31st August 1906
In Memorium
CHATTERTON. In fond and loving memory of our darling daughter and sister, Evelyn, who died on the 31st August, 1901.
We remember well our sorrow,
As we stood beside her hed,
And the deep and heartfelt anguish
When we knew that she was dead.
and Oh that cup of bitterness,
Let not my heart rebel ;
God gave, He took, He will restore,
He doth all things well.
Inserted by her parents, sister and brothers.

THE AGE,   Saterday, 31st August 1907
CHATTERTON; On the 31st August 1901, at the Melbourne Hospital, Evelyn, dearly beloved youngest daughter of Charles and Sarah Chatterton of 'Failsworth' South Street, Ascote Vale, aged 23 years and 16 days.
I often sit and think of her when I am alone,
For Memory is the only friend that grief can call its own,
Like ivy on the withered oak, when all things else decay,
MY love for her will still keep green and never fade away.

Inserted by her lving parents, sister and brothers.

THE AGE,   Friday 22nd December 1911
CHATTERTON, - On the 21st December, at her residence, 'Failsworth',
9 South Street, Ascot Vale, Sarah Ann, the dearly beloved wife of
Charles Chatterton, mother of Mrs. Turner, Tom, Charlie and Harry,
and only sister of Mrs Baker, Oakleigh, Aged 60 years 7 months.
A resident of Flemington for 59 years.

At Rest

THE AGE,   Tuesday 21st December 1915
CHATTERTON; in loving memory of my dear wife who departed this life on the 21st December 1911.
Not dead to those who love you dear, Not lost but gone before;
You live with us in memory still, and will forever more.

Inserted by her loving husband, Charles Joseph Chatterton, sen.
9 South street, Ascot Vale.

CHATTERTON; In fond and loving memory of my dear mother and Nana, who left us on the 21st December1911; also Evelyn, who died on the 31st April 1901, daughter of the Above.
Anchored by love, death cannot sever, We will sadley miss you,
and will forever; Some day, some time, our eyes shall see the dear face we hold in memory. Too dearly loved to be forgotton.

Inserted by Ada and Jack, and children
Beryl, Jack, Esme and Elsa.

Melbourne Cemetery ref M/N 6/7 , Indy C, Plot 134,

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