Elizabeth Ann Salter After a long and painful illness there passed away at the residence of her husband, Mr. Wallace Salter, of Eumungerie and Carrington Avenue, Dubbo, an old and respected resident in the person of Elizabeth Ann Salter. Her death took place in Friday night last. Deceased, who was 54 years of age, was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Buck, of "Rosehill," near Dubbo, and had resided in the district for the whole of her lifetime. She leaves a widower, four sons and three daughters, who have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends in their sad loss. The sons are George (who enlisted in America and is now on active service), Cecil (Eumungerie), Charlie (Moruya), and Mervyn, and the daughters Mrs. T. Lesslie (Eumungerie) and Misses Elsie and Gladys (Dubbo). The funeral took place on Sunday, 29th December, the remains being interred in the Church of England portion of the local cemetery. The Rev. C. W. Leavers read the burial service and Mr. J. R. Tighe carried out the mortuary arrangements. Dubbo Liberal 3rd January 1919 Headstone Inscription - My dear wife and our dear mother, Long days and nights she bore the pain, to wait for cure was all in vain, but God alone who thought it best, did ease her pain and give her rest. Inserted by her loving husband sons and daughters.
Wallace Salter 1922 The death occurred on Tuesday last in a private hospital in Dubbo of Mr. Wallace Salter, at the age of 59 years. The deceased gentleman was well-known in the Dubbo district, having resided here for the greater part of his life. He carried on farming pursuits at "Mountain View,'' near Eumungerie, and was always looked upon as a man of his word. He was born at Corowa. The late Mr. Salter was twice married, and is survived by a widow and family of four sons and three daughters. His first wife pre-deceased him about four years ago. Two brothers of the deceased, Messrs. C. J. and R. Salter, residents of the district, also survive him Mr. Salter had been suffering for some time, and recently he underwent an operation, from which he never fully rallied. The remains were laid to rest in the Church of England portion of the local cemetery on Wednesday afternoon. Prior to the funeral a short service was held at Holy Trinity Church. The cortege was the largest seen in Dubbo for many years. The Rev. C W. Leavers conducted the burial service, and Mr. J. R. Tighe had charge of the mortuary arrangements. Dubbo Liberal 28th April 1922 Headstone Inscription - Our Dear Father, peacefully sleeping resting at last, life's weary troubles and suffering all past. Inserted by his loving children. Read the obituary for Wallace's mother-in-law Read the obituary for Wallace's father-in-law Read about the inquest of Wallace's brother-in-law Read about the death of John Oakley, husband of Wallace Salter's second wife, Elizabeth.
Mr. Henry E. Sharp 1948 The death occurred at the Dubbo Base Hospital on Wednesday of Mr. Henry EdwardSharp, aged 62 years, farmer, of Lindfield, Eumungerie. Deceased, who was born at Mudgee, was married at Dubbo to Miss Mildred Bowan. He was widely known and highly respected in the district, having lived at Eumungerie for many years. He is survived by the following family: William Henry, Laurence James. Norman John, Joyce Mildred (Mrs. Vandermall Eumungerie), and Mavis Marie. The funeral took place from the Church of England this afternoon for interment in, the Dubbo cemetery, the Rev. Car on C. W. Leavers officiated at the church and graveside. Funeral arrangements were in the hands of W. Larcombe and Son. Dubbo Liberal 27 May1948