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Flanagan Ruthven Vincent Philip

Male - 1940

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  • Name Flanagan Ruthven Vincent Philip  [1, 2
    Gender Male 
    Occupation Postmaster  [2
    Died 1940  ,,NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [3
    Person ID I4947  Geniaus Family Tree
    Last Modified 8 Jul 2019 

    Father Living 
    Mother Living 
    Family ID F1864  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Living 
     1. Flanagan Eleanor M.,   b. 1896, ,,NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Aug 1929, ,Canowindra, NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 33 years)
     2. Flanagan Vera,   b. 1897, ,,NSW, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location
    Last Modified 10 Mar 2015 
    Family ID F422  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Sources 
    1. [S79] Canowindra Morongla Woodstock District Death Recor, Cowra Family History Group Inc, (Cowra Family History Group Inc, 2008).

    2. [S2834] The Catholic Press, Thu 5 Sep 1929 Page 35 Mrs. Val Conlon.
      Mrs. Val Conlon.
      The death of Mrs. Val Conlon, at Cowra,
      was a great shock to the community, by
      whom she was held in deep affection. She
      was a victim of complications following
      an attack of influenza. Much sympathy is
      felt for her husband, and four little chil-
      dren — Frank (6 years). Pat (5), Bede (4),
      and John, only 7 weeks old. The late Mrs.
      Conlon, who was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
      R. V. P. Flanagan, well known residents of
      Canowindra, was born there 33 years ago.
      She afterwards resided with her parents,
      her father, being postmaster at Liver-
      pool, Balmain, and many country places,
      including Ganmain. In the latter town she
      was married to Mr. Val. Conlon, son of
      Mr. and Mrs. J. Conlon, of Randwick. Mrs.
      Conlon was of a sterling character, and of
      a loving, obliging and self-sacrificing dis
      position. She was a valuable help to the
      local church, where, as a member of the
      choir, her vocal ability was ap
      preciated. She was visited by the local
      Sisters of St. Joseph (one of whom is a
      near relative), and attended by the Rev.
      Fathers N. Cooney, P.P., and J. McGrath,
      from whom she received all the consola-
      tions of holy religion. Her remains were
      taken to St. Edward's Church, Canowindra,
      where the prayers for the dead were re
      cited by Rev. Dr. O. Emelhainz. Numerous
      floral tributes and many hundreds of let-
      ters and telegrams of sympathy were re-
      ceived by the bereaved family. A
      long concourse of mourners (re-
      latives from far and wide) was
      present, and the funeral cortege was the
      largest seen in the district for years. Rev.
      Dr. Emelhainz again recited the pray-
      ers at the graveside. Besides her husband
      and children, the late Mrs. Conlon is sur
      vived by her sister Vera, and her grand
      mothers, Mrs. Marshall, of Canowindra,
      and Mrs. Byrnes, of Goolagong. — R.I.P.

    3. [S52] x NSW BDM Indexes, 15272/1940 .