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John Hastie was the son of Janet Nelson and John Hastie who had an ironmonger's shop in Blantyre.
Helen and John's eldest son George was the first to move to Australia,
the rest of the family followed soon after.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 8th February 1952
HASTIE -The Relatives and Friends of the late JOHN HASTIE of 91 Canley Road Canley Vale are invited to attend his Funeral to leave Geo Andrews Funeral Home 237 Liverpool Road Ashfield, This Day, after Service commencing at 1 p m for Rookwood Crematorium.

Sydney Morneing Herald, 11th February 1952
HASTIE -The Relatives and Friends of the late JOHN HASTIE of 91 Canley Road Canley Vale are invited to attend his Funeral to leave Oeo Andrews Funeral Home 237 Liverpool Road Ashfield This Day after Service commencing at 1 p m for Rookwood Crematorium.

The Biz, Fairfield NSW, 21st February 1952
OBITUARY, MB. JOHN HASTY
The death of Mr. John Hasty, aged 77 years, of Canley Road, Canley Vale, occurred on Saturday, February 8. The late gentleman, who came from New Zealand and had resided in Canley Vale about six years, passed away in the Masonic Hospital, Ashfleld.

He is survived by a widow, Mrs. Helen Hasty and two sons, John (Ashfleld) and George (Dover Heights). The deceased, who was held in high esteem by many friends, had been prominent in Freemasonry circles in New Zealand, having gained high degrees in the order. Cremation took place at Rookwood on Monday, February 10.

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