Curry Leo H1908 - 1916 (8 years)
Name Curry Leo H  Born 1908 ,Forbes, NSW, Australia [1, 2] Gender Male Died 20 Aug 1916 Parkes Hospital, Parkes, NSW, Australia [3, 4, 5] Buried Aft 20 Aug 1916 Eugowra Cemetery, Eugowra, NSW, Australia,  Person ID I7253 Geniaus Family Tree Last Modified 20 Jan 2014
Father Curry Daniel Joseph, b. 3 Apr 1863, Near,Camden, NSW, Australia , d. 1941, ,Parkes, NSW, Australia (Age 77 years) Mother Gilbert Margaret Ann, b. 1871, ,,NSW, Australia , d. 1936, ,Parkes, NSW, Australia (Age 65 years) Married 1904 St Marys Cathedral, Sydney, NSW, Australia Family ID F453 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Event Map Born - 1908 - ,Forbes, NSW, Australia Died - 20 Aug 1916 - Parkes Hospital, Parkes, NSW, Australia Buried - Aft 20 Aug 1916 - Eugowra Cemetery, Eugowra, NSW, Australia, = Link to Google Earth
- [S74] Bill Wheeler.
- [S52] NSW BDM Indexes, 13902/1908 .
CURRY LEO H DANIEL J MARGARET A FORBES
- [S52] NSW BDM Indexes, 14405/1916 .
CURRY LEO H DANIEL MARGARET A PARKES
- [S2842] Molong Express and Western District Advertiser, Saturday 2 September 1916, page 13.
- [S133] Forbes Times, Friday 25 August 1916, page 5.
It is my painful duty to report the
passing away at the Parkes Hospital
on Sunday afternoon, the 20th instant,
of Master Leo H. Curry, second eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Curry, of
Mackey's Creek. The remains were
bought to Eugowra on Monday and in-
terred in the afternoon in the Catholic
portion of the Eugowra cemetery, Mr.
Lance Kirby reading the service at the
graveside. Much sympathy is felt for
Mr. and Mrs. Curry and family, in their
- [S2837] Forbes Advocate, Friday 25 August 1916, page 6.
It is with very great regret that
we have to record the death of Leo
Curry, second eldest child of Mr D.
J. Curry, of Eugowra. The little
sufferer, who was about 8 years of
age, had been an inmate of the Par-
kes hospital for about a week when
death claimed him on Sunday after-
noon. The remains were brought to
Eugowra on Monday, and interred in
the local cemetery. A large num-
ber of people taking part in the
funeral. The burial service was
read by Mr L. Kirby
- [S74] Bill Wheeler.