Stanley Grady

M, #4524
Last Edited15 Oct 1999

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Bruce Reid

M, #4527, b. 17 March 1950, d. 15 June 1970
Relationships3rd cousin 1 time removed of Robert Mote
5th great-grandson of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth17 March 1950Bruce Reid was born on Friday, 17 March 1950.
Death15 June 1970He died on Monday, 15 June 1970 at age 20.
Last Edited22 Aug 1999

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George Edward Loiterton

M, #4534, b. 21 April 1898, d. 20 June 1980
FatherArthur James Loiterton b. 1873, d. 4 Aug 1917
MotherAlma Ellen Wallis b. 25 Nov 1878, d. 29 Dec 1937
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
4th great-grandson of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth21 April 1898George Edward Loiterton was born on Thursday, 21 April 1898 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.
He was the son of Arthur James Loiterton and Alma Ellen Wallis.
Marriage22 February 1928George Edward was married to Mary Agnew on Wednesday, 22 February 1928 at Scot's Church, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.
Death20 June 1980George Edward Loiterton died on Friday, 20 June 1980 at age 82.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG23 February 1928George Edward Loiterton was mentioned in an article in the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, on Thursday, 23 February 1928 as follows:

Wedding

LOITERTON - AGNEW

Miss Mary Agnew, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Agnew, Morris street, last night plighted her troth with Mr. Geo. Loiterton, of "Rosemont,'' Jindalee, the eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. Arthur Loiterton.

The ceremony took place at 6.20, Rev. W. E. I. Arnold officiating.

Mr. J. Agnew gave the bride away. The wedding group was very pretty, and followed the prevailing mode, both the bride and the bridesmaid choosing dainty shades of pink. The bridal frock was beautifully embroidered with pastel shades, and was worn with a short cut tulle veil of tbe palest pink, which was kept in place by a spray of blossom. Miss E. Maffey, the bridesmaid, chose georgette. Suitable bouquets provided the finishing touches of both frocks.

Mr. Roy Loiterton attended as best man.

Miss Agnes Priestley presided at the organ.

Light refreshment was served afterwards at the bride's home, where the immediate friends met to congratulate the couple, who left on the Sou'- Weest Mail for Sydney, where they are spending their honeymoon.

The bride travelled in a smart brown coat and fur, with which she wore a small hat to tone.

Included among the numerous useful gifts was a cheque from the Show Association, with which the bride had been connected for some time.1

ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited6 Apr 2014

Citations

  1. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au

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Margaret Mary Loiterton

F, #4535, b. 12 July 1900
FatherArthur James Loiterton b. 1873, d. 4 Aug 1917
MotherAlma Ellen Wallis b. 25 Nov 1878, d. 29 Dec 1937
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
4th great-granddaughter of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth12 July 1900Margaret Mary Loiterton was born on Thursday, 12 July 1900 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.
She was the daughter of Arthur James Loiterton and Alma Ellen Wallis.
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited12 Sep 1999

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Roy Wallis Loiterton

M, #4536, b. 17 October 1902
FatherArthur James Loiterton b. 1873, d. 4 Aug 1917
MotherAlma Ellen Wallis b. 25 Nov 1878, d. 29 Dec 1937
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
4th great-grandson of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth17 October 1902Roy Wallis Loiterton was born on Friday, 17 October 1902 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG; The World War 2 Nominal Roll has a birth date of 27 Oct 1902.1
He was the son of Arthur James Loiterton and Alma Ellen Wallis.
Marriage22 February 1928Roy Wallis Loiterton was the best man at the wedding of George Edward Loiterton and Mary Agnew on 22 February 1928 at Scot's Church, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
Name VariationRoy Wallis Loiterton was also known as Roy Wallace Loiterton.2

Military Service

EventDateDetails
Milit-Beg6 June 1940Roy Wallis Loiterton began military service on 6 June 1940 at Paddington, NSW, AustraliaG, and was discharged on 11 September 1945 while a Private in the HQ Guard Battalion. He was a prisoner of war and his Army Service Number was NX28810.1

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG8 August 1917Roy Wallis Loiterton was mentioned in the newspaper article about Arthur James Loiterton on 8 August 1917 in the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG;

THE LATE ARTHUR LOITERTON

THE INQUEST.

The inquiry by Mr. T. P. MacMahon in connection with the drowning of Mr. Loiterton was conducted on Monday. And the facts elicited differ somewhat from the version as given by us on Monday. The evidence was as follows:

Mrs. Alma Ellen Loiterton, widow of deceased, deposed: I last saw my husband alive about 2.30 on Saturday. He left home in company with his sons, Wallace, 14, and Lindsay, aged 12. He said to tbcm, "Come on, we will shoot some rabbits!" One of the boys took a pea rifle, and the deceased took his gun. The next I knew was when Mr. Ernest Corby came to my house, about 6, and said there was an accident. He said it came through the 'phone that Mr. Loiterton was drowned. Saw the body brought to my home subsequently, about 1 o'clock on Sunday morning. Have lived on the best of terms with him. He was perfectly sober at the time he left home. He was a healthy man, and did not suffer from cramps.

Wallace Loiterton deposed: We went to Mr. O'Dea's place first, and then to Davidson's horse-shoe dam. Father was carrying a shot gun, and I a rifle. Father shot two ducks. I took my boots off, and got one. Father walked down the dam after two more ducks that he saw fly away. Whilst he was away I tried to get the other duck we left in the water. Father shot the other two, and came back to where I was trying to get the duck out of the water. I saw him take off his clothes. He said, "I am going in after the duck." I said, "Don't.'' He made no reply, but went in. He got to where the duck was, and was swimining, and shoving it in front of him. He was fifteen or eighteen yards from the bank, and was swimming to the far end of the dam. I heard him say, "get a stick." I ran and got a stick. It was only a short one. I threw it in to see if he could get hold of it. He sank. I got a longer stick then, and went in up to my neck to see if I could reach him. He came up, but I could not reach him. He went down again. I went under the water myself, and when I came up I could not see my father. I told my brother to run O'Dea's, but I called him back and went to Davidson's. Mr. Davidson was not at home, but a man was there, and he got on a horse, and rode in front of me to the dam. When we got there he said it was no use one man trying to do anything, and the best thing I could do was to go to O'Dea's, and get him to 'phone to the police. I and my brother went to O'Dea's. He was out. Mrs. O 'Dea 'phoned Roberts. I and Douglas O 'Dea then went and got father's horse, where we left it in the lane. Mother came to O'Dea's. Father was a good swimmer. I thought he could easily swim out. He did not say that anything was wrong with him when he called out, but appeared to be trying to swim. I did not see his hands. He did not appear able to use them. It was about 4.30 when father was drowned.

William Corby, farmer, Jindalee, deposed to going to the dam. Five others were there. I tried with a rope and stick to drag the dam, but without effect. The police came with a grappling iron and ropes. I pulled the body out about midnight. It was naked. His knees were bent, and arms doubled up as if cramped. The body was in ten or twelve feet of water. A fair swimmer could get out of the dam.

Sergeant Stutchbury corroborated about the body being pulled out. His arms were across his chest as if cramped, and the knees drawn up. I am of opinion he was cramped.

A finding of "accidental" was returned.3

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
Elect-roll1930Roy Wallis Loiterton was listed on the Electoral Roll of 1930 at Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG, as a farmer.2
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited27 Aug 2014

Citations

  1. [S342] WW II Roll, online http://www.ww2roll.gov.au
  2. [S357] Electoral Office Commonwealth Of Australia, Electoral Roll, 1930, Hume, NSW.
  3. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au

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Lindsay Gordon Loiterton

M, #4537, b. 27 February 1905
FatherArthur James Loiterton b. 1873, d. 4 Aug 1917
MotherAlma Ellen Wallis b. 25 Nov 1878, d. 29 Dec 1937
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
4th great-grandson of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth27 February 1905Lindsay Gordon Loiterton was born on Monday, 27 February 1905 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.
He was the son of Arthur James Loiterton and Alma Ellen Wallis.
Marriage24 March 1932Lindsay Gordon was married to Ruth Winchester on Thursday, 24 March 1932 at Cootamundra, NSWG.

Newspaper Articles

NewspaperDateContent
the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG8 August 1917Lindsay Gordon Loiterton was mentioned in the newspaper article about Arthur James Loiterton on 8 August 1917 in the Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG;

THE LATE ARTHUR LOITERTON

THE INQUEST.

The inquiry by Mr. T. P. MacMahon in connection with the drowning of Mr. Loiterton was conducted on Monday. And the facts elicited differ somewhat from the version as given by us on Monday. The evidence was as follows:

Mrs. Alma Ellen Loiterton, widow of deceased, deposed: I last saw my husband alive about 2.30 on Saturday. He left home in company with his sons, Wallace, 14, and Lindsay, aged 12. He said to tbcm, "Come on, we will shoot some rabbits!" One of the boys took a pea rifle, and the deceased took his gun. The next I knew was when Mr. Ernest Corby came to my house, about 6, and said there was an accident. He said it came through the 'phone that Mr. Loiterton was drowned. Saw the body brought to my home subsequently, about 1 o'clock on Sunday morning. Have lived on the best of terms with him. He was perfectly sober at the time he left home. He was a healthy man, and did not suffer from cramps.

Wallace Loiterton deposed: We went to Mr. O'Dea's place first, and then to Davidson's horse-shoe dam. Father was carrying a shot gun, and I a rifle. Father shot two ducks. I took my boots off, and got one. Father walked down the dam after two more ducks that he saw fly away. Whilst he was away I tried to get the other duck we left in the water. Father shot the other two, and came back to where I was trying to get the duck out of the water. I saw him take off his clothes. He said, "I am going in after the duck." I said, "Don't.'' He made no reply, but went in. He got to where the duck was, and was swimining, and shoving it in front of him. He was fifteen or eighteen yards from the bank, and was swimming to the far end of the dam. I heard him say, "get a stick." I ran and got a stick. It was only a short one. I threw it in to see if he could get hold of it. He sank. I got a longer stick then, and went in up to my neck to see if I could reach him. He came up, but I could not reach him. He went down again. I went under the water myself, and when I came up I could not see my father. I told my brother to run O'Dea's, but I called him back and went to Davidson's. Mr. Davidson was not at home, but a man was there, and he got on a horse, and rode in front of me to the dam. When we got there he said it was no use one man trying to do anything, and the best thing I could do was to go to O'Dea's, and get him to 'phone to the police. I and my brother went to O'Dea's. He was out. Mrs. O 'Dea 'phoned Roberts. I and Douglas O 'Dea then went and got father's horse, where we left it in the lane. Mother came to O'Dea's. Father was a good swimmer. I thought he could easily swim out. He did not say that anything was wrong with him when he called out, but appeared to be trying to swim. I did not see his hands. He did not appear able to use them. It was about 4.30 when father was drowned.

William Corby, farmer, Jindalee, deposed to going to the dam. Five others were there. I tried with a rope and stick to drag the dam, but without effect. The police came with a grappling iron and ropes. I pulled the body out about midnight. It was naked. His knees were bent, and arms doubled up as if cramped. The body was in ten or twelve feet of water. A fair swimmer could get out of the dam.

Sergeant Stutchbury corroborated about the body being pulled out. His arms were across his chest as if cramped, and the knees drawn up. I am of opinion he was cramped.

A finding of "accidental" was returned.1

The Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG4 April 1932Lindsay Gordon Loiterton was mentioned in an article in The Cootamundra Herald, Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG, on Monday, 4 April 1932 as follows:

Wedding

LOITERTON - WINCHESTER

A pretty Wedding was celebrated on Thursday, 24th March, in the Methodist Church, by by Rev. J. H. Sorrell. The bride was Miss Ruth Marion Winchester, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Winchester, of Cootamundra, and the bridegroom, Linsey Gordon Loiterton, third son of Mrs. and the late Mr. A. Loiterton.

The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a dainty frock of pale pink georgette and tulle veil and coronet of orange blossoms, and car- ried a bouquet of pink and white asters tied with white ribbon streamers. Miss Jean Loiterton, sister of the bridegroom, attended the bride, and wore a charming frock of lettuce- green crepe-de-chine and a white felt hat, and carried a bouquet of pink carnations and rosebuds.

Mr. F. R. Winchester, brother of the bride, acted as best man. Miss Winnie Pulling played the Wedding March.

The bride's mother received the guests at her home, and was attired in a frock of navy wool crepe-de-chine, and hat to match.

The bridegroom's mother assisted, and wore a frock of navy crepe-de-chine and hat to tone.

The happy couple afterwards left by car, the bride travalling in a frock of navy wool crepe-de-chlne and a smart hat to match.1

Other Details

LabelDateDetails
Elect-roll1930Lindsay Gordon Loiterton was listed on the Electoral Roll of 1930 at Rosemont, Jindalee, NSW, AustraliaG.2

Family with

Ruth Winchester b. 24 Jul 1909
Child
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited27 Aug 2014

Citations

  1. [S999] Trove, online http://trove.nla.gov.au
  2. [S357] Electoral Office Commonwealth Of Australia, Electoral Roll, 1930, Hume, NSW.

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Russell John Loiterton

M, #4538, b. 8 May 1909
FatherArthur James Loiterton b. 1873, d. 4 Aug 1917
MotherAlma Ellen Wallis b. 25 Nov 1878, d. 29 Dec 1937
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
4th great-grandson of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth8 May 1909Russell John Loiterton was born on Saturday, 8 May 1909 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.
He was the son of Arthur James Loiterton and Alma Ellen Wallis.
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited22 Aug 1999

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Frank Douglas Loiterton

M, #4539, b. 10 May 1912
FatherArthur James Loiterton b. 1873, d. 4 Aug 1917
MotherAlma Ellen Wallis b. 25 Nov 1878, d. 29 Dec 1937
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
4th great-grandson of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth10 May 1912Frank Douglas Loiterton was born on Friday, 10 May 1912 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.1
He was the son of Arthur James Loiterton and Alma Ellen Wallis.
DeathFrank Douglas Loiterton died at AustraliaG.

Military Service

EventDateDetails
Milit-Beg19 July 1942Frank Douglas Loiterton began military service on 19 July 1942 at Esk, QLD, AustraliaG, and was discharged on 25 March 1946 while a Sapper in the 59 Field Park Company. His Army Service Numbers were NX123177 and N201179.1
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited15 Feb 2009

Citations

  1. [S342] WW II Roll, online http://www.ww2roll.gov.au

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Jeanette Irene Loiterton

F, #4540, b. 23 September 1914, d. July 1990
FatherArthur James Loiterton b. 1873, d. 4 Aug 1917
MotherAlma Ellen Wallis b. 25 Nov 1878, d. 29 Dec 1937
Relationships2nd cousin 2 times removed of Robert Mote
4th great-granddaughter of Charles Loiterton

Life Span

EVENTDATEDETAILS
Birth23 September 1914Jeanette Irene Loiterton was born on Wednesday, 23 September 1914 at Cootamundra, NSW, AustraliaG.1
She was the daughter of Arthur James Loiterton and Alma Ellen Wallis.
Marriage4 August 1937Jeanette Irene was married to Alwyn John Brasier, son of John Brasier and Emily C Smith, on Wednesday, 4 August 1937 at Sydney, NSW, AustraliaG.
Marriage9 August 1945Jeanette Irene was married to Mervyn Rankin on Thursday, 9 August 1945 at Neutral Bay, NSW, AustraliaG.
DeathJuly 1990Jeanette Irene Loiterton died in July 1990 at AustraliaG at age 75.2

Also Known As

DescriptionDateName
NicknameJeanette Irene Loiterton was often called Jean.
Married Name1937As of 4 August 1937, her married name was Brasier.
Married Name1945As of 9 August 1945, her married name was Rankin.

Family with

Alwyn John Brasier b. 1909, d. 4 Dec 1942
Children
ChartsDescendant Chart - Charles Loiterton
Last Edited15 Feb 2009

Citations

  1. [S2] Index of BDM records, NSW BDM, Place of Registration: Cootamundra, Registration Year: 1914, Registration Number: 49899.
  2. [S812] Ellen Brasier, "Jeanette Loiterton," e-mail to Robert Mote, February 2009.

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