George Evans1

M, #113, b. 14 May 1833, d. 30 July 1901
FatherGeorge Evans1
MotherRuth Yardley1 b. 1795, d. 26 Jun 1884
Relationship4th great-uncle of Timothy George Sheens
Last Edited16 Sep 2014
Birth*14 May 1833 Windsor, NSW1 
Baptism23 June 1833 St Matthews, Windsor, NSW;
son of George & Ruth Evans, Windsor, Sawyer1 
Death of Mother26 June 1884 Central Colo, NSW;
Name: Ruth Hayman
Date of Death: 26/6/1884
Place: Central Colo Windsor NSW
Occupation: Widow
Sex: Female
Age: 89
Conjugal Status:
Place of Birth: Parramatta NSW
Time in Aust Colonies: Lifetime

Father: (Given name not stated) Yarly (difficult to read)
Occupation: Not known
Mother: Not known

Place of Marriage: Parramatta
Age at Marriage: 14
Name of Spouse: Richard Hayman
Children of Marriage: 3 males, 3 females living; 1 male, 2 females deceased
Informant: Sophia Gee, Colo, daughter of the deceased

Cause of Death: Senile decay
Length of Illness:
Medical Attendant:
Date Last Seen:

Date of Burial: 28/6/1884
Place of Burial: Sackville Reach
Minister & Religion: Rev W Wood, Church of England
Undertaker: Thomas Collison
Witnesses: Geo Boyter, Roland Ivory

Registered: 2/7/1884 Windsor;Principal=Ruth Yardley2 
Death*30 July 1901 Colo, NSW;
OBITUARY
The Late Mr. G. Hayman.
On Tuesday last week there passed away at Richmond an old and highly respected resident of Colo, in the person of Mr George Hayman, at the age of 68 years. Mr. Hayman, though in the sere and yellow leaf, was a man of strong and robust constitution up to the time of his death; in fact, he had only been five days ill prior to his demise, and it is a remarkable coincidence that he took bad on the same day as our late respected town man, Mr John Dickson. Mr Hayman had for many years followed farming pursuits, and was regarded by all who enjoyed his acquaintance as a good neighbour, and a kindly hearted friend. He was made of the right "stuff"' for fighting the battles of this world, and was thus enabled to overcome many of the difficulties and obstacles which beset the path of man in the early days. Four sons and four daughters are left behind to mourn the loss of a good father— three of the sons being now residents of the Clarence River. One son, Mr Fred Hayman, is in the employ of Mr. Albert Hannabus, of Windsor, and he has the sympathy of all who know him — for Fred is regarded as a regular white man, and as straight as the proverbial gun-barrel. Deceased, not feeling well, decided to go to Richmond and consult Dr. Watson. On arrival there he got worse, and was taken to the Commercial Hotel, where he was attended by Dr. Watson and Dr. Callaghan. Though everything that human hands could do was done for him, he gradually sank and died as above stated, on Tuesday last week. During the late Mr Hayman's illness, Mr Geo Cobcroft, of Richmond, was very kind and considerate towards him, for which his relatives desire to return their grateful thanks. The funeral took place on the following Wednesday, and was largely attended. The remains were brought to Windsor, and laid to rest in St. Matthew's C E Cemetery. The Rev. H Bradshaw officiated at the grave, and Mr A Price carried out the funeral arrangements.3 

Citations

  1. [S63] Microfilm Baptism, St Matthews Windsor, 1810-1950.
  2. [S107] NSW Death Transcript (Marilyn Rowan), 10003/1884 Ruth Hayman.
  3. [S154] Australian Newspapers, trove.nla.gov.au, Windsor and Richmond Gazette, Saturday, August 3, 1901.