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|The Courier Mail, Brisbane, 5th Jan 1950|
|WHITE.— The Private Cremation service for the late Mrs. Jane Leah White, of Holland St., Greenslopes, relict of Charles Henry (deceased), will take place in the Chapel of the Crematorium, Mt. Thompson, This (Thursday) Alternoon, at 4 o'clock. CANNON & CRIPPS, LTD., Funeral Directors.|
Queensland BDM https://www.bdm.qld.gov.au/IndexSearch/queryEntry.m?type=deaths gives Reg # Given Names Surname Father's Name Mother's Name 1950/B25231 Jane Leah White Henry Fuller Susanah Harriet Boylan
|The Worker, 26 June 1950, page 12, cols 4 & 5|
Govement AdvertismentTransmission by Death. The Real property acts 1881-1942
Notice is hearby given that applications have been made for the registration of Transmission of Title to the lands herein-after mentioned. Particulars of such applications are given below in the following order;
(a) Name of the deceased (b) Date Of Death (c) Name of Claimants (d) Description and situation of Land (e) Estate claimed to be Transmitted (f) Date of Will
(a) Jane Leah White, late of Greenslopes, Brisbane, (b) 4th Jan., 1950. (c) Jane Leah Ruby Turner, of the same place, wife of David Turner, Mervil Charles Paul White, of East Brisbane, and Jack Cyril White, of Greenslopes, Brisbane, as Devisees in Trust, (d) Resub. 12, sub. 105, and at sub. 1, resub. 18, and of resub. 19, sub. B, por. 169. and Easement No. 958874, parish Bulimba. (e) Fee-simple, (f) Will dated 6th May, 1937.
|Warwick Daily News, 22nd September 1942|
MR. CHARLES HENRY WHITE
The, death occurred at his home, Holland-street, Greehslopes, Brisbane, on September 13, of Charles Henry White, late of Wheatvale and Warwick. The late Mr. White was bom in Queens..County, Ireland,, in I860, was educated!. at Santry College and came out to Australia ; In 1884. He stayed; in New Zealand a few years, where he was married; and then came to Tamworth, in New South Wales where he followed his occupation as a draper for 10 or 12 ,years before coming to Queensland where he had selected land on the North Tooburra Estate at Wheatvale.
After his arrival1 in Queens land he continued. to follow his occupation as a drapper and mercer, and was employed by Messrs. "James De Conlay" and Sons, of Warwick, for some 10 or 12 , years. He subsequently left Messrs. De Conlays and accepted an appoint ment with Messrs. Rothwells Ltd., tailors and mercers, of Edward street, Brisbane, to represent them in western Queensland.
After 10 years traveling in the west he retired to his farm at Wheatvale, which during His absence had been managed by his wife and sons. After several years of farm life he: sold his interests in the district and retired from active life to live at Greenslopes, Brisbane.
He is survived by his wife and two sons (Messrs.. M.C.P. White and J. C. White) and one daughter (Mrs, D. Turner), all of.whom are now living in the capital city.
There are also eight grand children and two great-grand chlldren. Three of the grandsons are at present serving in the Forces—
Supply Assistant L. M. White, R.A.N.;
L.. C. J. R. White, AIF;
and, Gnr. R. C. White, A.M.F.
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