man‎Samuel Crowhurst‏‎
Born ‎3 Apr 1859 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia
Died ‎11 Mar 1932 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia‎, age 72 years
Buried ‎12 Mar 1932 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia North Gumeracha Cemetery
Occupation: Gardener
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According to LDS - birth was 3 sep 1857


OBITUARY (The Adelaide Chronicle - March 24, 1932)
MR. S. CROWHURST
Mr. Samuel Crowhurst, wno died at Gumeracha on March 11, was one of the oldest residents of the district, having been born there on April 3, 1859. He lived for a few years at Mount Pleasant, but the remainder of his life was spent in the Gumeracha district, where he engaged in Gardening. He was married on August 7, 1889, to Miss Elizabeth Jane Richards by the Rev. W. H. Cann in the Bible Christian Church at Mount Torrens, this being the first wedding to be celebrated in the church. He leaves a widow, five sons - Messrs. R. J. Crowhurst, of Strathalbyn; A. E. and L. S. Crowhurst, of Gumeracha, C. G. Crowhurst, of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, and T. M. Crowhurst, of Kurralta Park - and three daughters - Mesdames L., E., and R. Sandercock, of Gumeracha. One son. Mr. V. P. Crowhurst, was killed in the Great War.


Married ‎7 Aug 1889 Mount Torrens, South Australia, Australia, age 30 years by Rev. W. H. Cann in Bible Christian Church (married 42 years)
Sam and Elizabeth Crowhiurst’s headstone in Gumeracha
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Sam and Elizabeth Crowhiurst’s headstone in Gumeracha
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womanElizabeth Jane Richards‏, age by marriage 23 years
Daughter of Richards and Celia Richards‏.
Born ‎13 Oct 1865 Ross Creek, South Australia, Australia
Died ‎10 Oct 1939 Fullarton, South Australia, Australia‎, age 73 years
Buried ‎Oct 1939 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia North Gumeracha Cemetery
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On the 10th of October, at Fullarton, Elizabeth Jane, the beloved wife of the late Samuel Crowhurst, of Gumeracha aged 74 years.
At Rest.


CROWHURST - THE FRIENDS of thel ate Mrs. ELIZABETH JANE CROWHURST are respectfully informed that her Funeral will leave her late residence, Gumeracha, on WEDNESDAY, at 2 o’clock, for the North Guimereacha Cemetery.

Children:

1.
manRichard James Crowhurst‏
Born ‎30 May 1890 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia
Died ‎31 Mar 1973‎, age 82 years

2.
man‎Aubrey Ellis Crowhurst‏‎
Born ‎21 Feb 1892 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia
Died ‎1 Dec 1958 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia‎, age 66 years
Buried Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia

3.
man‎Leonard Samuel Crowhurst‏‎
Born ‎6 Dec 1893 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia
Died ‎24 Aug 1970‎, age 76 years

4.
man‎Vincent Parnell Crowhurst‏‎
Born ‎11 Feb 1896 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia
Died ‎9 May 1918 Strazeele, France‎, age 22 years
Buried Bailleul, France Outtersteene Communal Cemetery Extension, Grave Reference/Panel Number I. F. 48.
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Enlisted in AIF : 29 Sept, 1914, Morphettville, South Australia, Australia
Served in : Gallipoli, Belgium, Egypt & France


Rank: Lance Corporal
Service Number: 1126
Units Served: 10th Battalion
Personal Details: Vincent was born in February 1896 to parents Samuel and Elizabeth in Gumeracha. He attended public school and was a gardener by trade. He was 5’ 4” tall, with a fair complexion, blue eyes and fair hair. He was a Methodist by religion.
Enlistment Details: Vincent enlisted on the 29th September 1914 at Morphettville. He was 18 years and 7 months old. He was assigned to the 1st Stationary Hospital.


Details about his role in War: Vincent left Australia from Melbourne aboard the "Kyarra’ on the 14th December 1914, and proceeded to join the Mediterranean Expedition Force on the 2nd March 1915. He served at Gallipoli until the 8th October 1915 when he was taken to hospital sick. He was then sent to England with Influenza. On the 31st October he was admitted to the 2nd Southern General Hospital in Bristol, remaining there until the end of December. He was then AWL for 9 days and forfeited 9 days pay as well as being awarded 168 hours detention under Royal Warrant. He then left England on the 24th February 1916 arriving in Egypt on 5th March 1916. He rejoined the 1st Stationary Hospital on the 11th March and remained there until 14th September when he again departed for England. He was then assigned to the Convalescence Depot until the 25th February when he was transferred to the 10th Battalion leaving England aboard the "Golden Eagle’ and joining the battalion on the 4th March. He was then taken ill again with pyrexia of unknown origin on the 23rd March spending 2 days in hospital before returning to the 10th. He remained with the unit until the Battle of Polygon Wood when he was wounded in action with a gunshot to the hand on the 1st October. He again returned to England to recover and was AWL for 6 days in late November. He rejoined his unit on the 2nd January 1918. He was promoted to Lance Corporal on the 1st May and was then killed in action on the 9th May while the 10th battalion was taking over the line near Strazeele. Eyewitnesses state that he was killed by a minenwefer with 2 others in a machine gun post, although one witness said that he was shot in the head. He was originally buried in the Strazeele Rd Cemetery but at some stage after the war his remains were exhumed and moved to the Outtersteene Communal Cemetery Extension.

Age at Death: 22


Memorial Details: Outtersteene Communal Cemetery Extension, Bailleul, France Grave I F 48


5.
woman‎Gladys Celia Crowhurst‏‎
Born ‎21 Jan 1898 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia
Died ‎18 Sep 1898‎, age 7 months and 4 weeks

6.
man‎Clifford Gladstone Crowhurst‏‎
Born ‎6 Jan 1900 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia
Died ‎?‎

7.
man‎Thomas Milton Crowhurst‏‎
Born ‎24 Feb 1902 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia
Died ‎?‎

8.
womanBessie Iris Crowhurst‏
Born ‎16 Jul 1904 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia
Died ‎13 Jul 1983 Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia‎, age 78 years
Buried Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia Garden Of Remembrance
Occupation: Farmer's Wife
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D.D.L.B.A. Veteran Fours Winners
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D.D.L.B.A. Veteran Fours Winners
TOASTING THEIR SUCCESS in the Darling Downs Ladies Bowling Association's veteran fours competition are the winners (from left to right), Mrs. A. Skerman, Mrs. M. Woollett (skip), Mrs. L. Sandercock, and Mrs. J. McGrath. The finals were played yesterday at the Toowoomba Bowling Club in Lindsay Street.
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KENTON VALLEY RED CROSS. The Kenton Valley Red Cross held their March appeal afternoon at the home of Mrs Ellis Sandercock. Visitors came from Lobethal, Gumeracha and Springton, also Mrs Leo Sandercock, of Queensland, a former member, was present.
Mrs Lillecrapp, of Brighton, was guest speaker, and also judged the apron competition, which was won by Mesdames K. & L. Sandercock, and also Mrs E. Sandercock. All aprons were sent to Headquarters for the September Fair Stall. A trading table was convened by Mrs K. & L. Sandercock and the approximate takings were £8/10/- for the afternoon. [27/3/1957 5d.]



Obituary
Bessie Iris (Crowhurst) Sandercock, 78, of Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, died Wednesday, 13 July 1983.

Born on Saturday, 16 July 1904, in Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, she was the daughter of the late Samuel Crowhurst formerly of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia and the late Elizabeth Jane (Richards) formerly of Fullarton, South Australia, Australia.

On Saturday, 18 October 1969 she was preceded in death by her husband of 45 years, Leo Sandercock, son of the late John Sandercock formerly of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia and the late Emily Edith (Bond) formerly of Kenton Valley, South Australia, Australia.

Bessie Iris is survived by three children, Gerald Leon and his wife Beryl Olive (Volker) of Lobethal, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Mary Claire Paterson of Lobethal, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, and Donald Barry and his wife Gloria Dell (Rashleigh) of Maroochydore, Queensland, Australia; four siblings, Clifford Gladstone Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Thomas Milton Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Rita Jessie (Crowhurst) Sandercock of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, and Olive Carolyn (Crowhurst) Sandercock; eleven grandchildren, David Skene Paterson, Mary Gillian Paterson, Mearon Anne Paterson, Ross Leon and his wife Thelma Maree (Hoare), Bruce Thomas Paterson, Christopher Robin Paterson, Denise Margaret Parkinson and her husband Leslie John Parkinson, Colin Barry of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, John Leo of Dalby, Queensland, Australia, Gaylene Joy, and Allan Paul of Dalby, Queensland, Australia; eight G grandchildren, Alexander Skene Paterson, Ashley Bruce Geldard, Nike Amanda Paterson, Jasmin Jane Geldard, Lucy Anne Paterson, Rebecca Maree, Jade Ashley Parkinson, and Leah Kate.

Bessie Iris was preceded in death by five siblings, Richard James Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Aubrey Ellis Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Leonard Samuel Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Vincent Parnell Crowhurst of Strazeele, France, and Gladys Celia Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia; four grandparents, James Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Caroline Verrall of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Richards, and Celia Richards of Cornwall, United Kingdom.

9.
womanRita Jessie Crowhurst‏
Born ‎12 Jan 1907 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia
Died ‎30 Jan 2001 Victor Harbour, South Australia, Australia Ross Robertson Memorial Care Centre‎, age 94 years
Buried ‎2 Feb 2001 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia



K.V. WELFARE MEETING. The Kay-Vee Ladies held their monthly meeting at the residence of Mrs V.A. Lee. There was a good attendance of members and friends.
President, Mrs Rex Sandercock, occupied the chair.
Arrangements in connection with gifts for the Red Cross Geneva Fair were finalised.
Three dozen gifts will be forwarded.
The forthcoming annual birthday celebrations of this Club to be held in the Kenton Valley Baptist Church in October was also considered.
At the close of the meeting afternoon tea was enjoyed and Trading Table goods were soon sold. The next meeting in Sept. will be held at the home of Mrs E. Sandercock. [1/9/1954 9c.]


KENTON VALLEY RED CROSS. The Kenton Valley Red Cross held their March appeal afternoon at the home of Mrs Ellis Sandercock. Visitors came from Lobethal, Gumeracha and Springton, also Mrs Leo Sandercock, of Queensland, a former member, was present.
Mrs Lillecrapp, of Brighton, was guest speaker, and also judged the apron competition,
which was won by Mesdames K. & L. Sandercock, and also Mrs E. Sandercock. All aprons were sent to Headquarters for the September Fair Stall. A trading table was convened by Mrs K. & L. Sandercock and the approximate takings were £8/10/- for the afternoon. [27/3/1957 5d.]


KENTON VALLEY WELFARE CELEBRATES 13TH BIRTHDAY. On Wednesday, the Salem Church Hall was tastefully decorated by members of the Kenton Valley Kay Vee Welfare Society for the occasion of their 13th birthday celebration. Mrs A. Downer, the guest speaker, gave an interesting talk of her trip abroad and her friendly manner and charming personality captured the hearts of all listeners.
Vocal items were rendered by Mesdames L. Ross of Kersbrook, and L.D. Cornish, of Forreston.
Both Mrs Downer and assisting artists were presented with a box of home-made biscuits.
An exquisite flower cake was made by Mrs K.M. Cornish. A trading table was convened by Mesdames H.W. Nickels, W.A. Moore, and E. Sandercock. Afternoon tea was served and proceeds for the afternoon realised £18. [9/12/1959 4d.]



Obituary
Rita Jessie (Crowhurst) Sandercock, 94, of Victor Harbour, South Australia, Australia, died Tuesday, 30 January 2001.

Born on Saturday, 12 January 1907, in Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, she was the daughter of the late Samuel Crowhurst formerly of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia and the late Elizabeth Jane (Richards) formerly of Fullarton, South Australia, Australia.

On Friday, 30 October 1981 she was preceded in death by her husband of 56 years, Ellis Sandercock, son of the late John Sandercock formerly of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia and the late Emily Edith (Bond) formerly of Kenton Valley, South Australia, Australia.

Rita Jessie is survived by one son, Ian David; three siblings, Clifford Gladstone Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Thomas Milton Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, and Olive Carolyn (Crowhurst) Sandercock; three grandchildren, James Ellis and his wife Lynnette Joyce (Cain) of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Michael John and his wife Janice (Pitt) of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, and Carolyn Ann Saville and her husband David John Saville of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia; nine G grandchildren, Daniel James, Emma, Kristy Lea Saville of Dubbo, New South Wales, Australia, Ben Mathew, Peter, Melissa Jane Saville of Blacktown, New South Wales, Australia, Mathew David Saville of Blacktown, New South Wales, Australia, Bradley, and Olivia.

Rita Jessie was preceded in death by one son, Lionel Gilbert of Victor Harbour, South Australia, Australia; six siblings, Richard James Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Aubrey Ellis Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Leonard Samuel Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Vincent Parnell Crowhurst of Strazeele, France, Gladys Celia Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, and Bessie Iris (Crowhurst) Sandercock of Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia; four grandparents, James Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Caroline Verrall of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Richards, and Celia Richards of Cornwall, United Kingdom.

10.
womanOlive Carolyn Crowhurst‏
Born ‎24 Sep 1911
Died ‎28 May 2009‎, age 97 years
Buried ‎4 Jun 2009 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia Gumeracha Cemetery
Occupation: Farmer's Wife
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There was a problem for the parents of the children who were Baptist parishioners’ the man teaching their children was a Roman Catholic. Mr V.A. Lee, after discussions, gathered a group pf parents in a private house. The group decided Mr Hayes could not teach their children. Every family signed a petition to the Education Department, with the exception of Mrs A.J. 'Gertie' Laughton and Mrs Ralph 'Olive' Sandercock. The result was that the school was closed at the end of the second term in 1943. The children then went to the Gumeracha school, which unfortunately did not have enough desks and students had to sit three to a desk.


GUMERACHA SHOW. NEEDLEWORK. Open section championship: Mrs L.G. Sandercock;
champion piece of needlework: Mrs M.E. Michalk;
highest aggregate, Mrs H.G. Bolton (open), Mrs V.R. Harnden (local).
Other awards: Miss M. Seidel, Mesdames S.A. Cornish, Ralph Sandercock, Miss Maureen Dallow, Mrs W.T. Bleeze, Liss R.G. Lawrie, Mesdames G.A. Thiele, N. Cooper, E. Hannaford, H.R. Hewlett, C. Jamieson, Misses M. Farley and M.J. Norsworthy.
Children's section: Glenys Hill, Josie Bleeze, Margaret Lee, Shirley Dallow and Kathryn Butler. [3/4/1952 2ad.]


GUMERACHA 20th ANNUAL SHOW PRIZE LIST.
Fodder: Judge G.L. Hampton remarked that Wheaten and Oaten hay classes were both of good quality. A little extra care in selecting sheaves for exhibition could have influenced the results. Baled hay class had six entries. First prize bale contained too much Barley grass; second prize had insufficient clover. Two entries were mouldy. Again greater care needed in selecting entries. E. Sandercock, C. Sandercock, V.A. Lee, D.C. Hynes.
Vegetables: Mr C.E. Filsell, of Forest Range said he was very pleased with the display and commended exhibitors "I would recommend in future that potatoes be washed as it tends to show defects." Prizewinners were: A.J. Parish, F.M. Green and Sons, W.A. Gray, V. Didiano, L. Naismith, Mrs E. Bleeze, E. Sandercock, H.J. Schlein, A. Dallow, L.S. Crowhurst, L.D. Cornish, H.E. Verrall and Son, Ralph Sandercock, N.G. Gallas, Miss E.B. Cornish.
Knitting & Needlework Open Classes: Judge M. Wilson said that in the Open Section there were some beautiful pieces of work, which helped to raise the standard of the local section. Mrs S.T. Elliott, E.M. Potter, Mrs M. Harnden, Miss G.A. Thiele, Mrs C.E. Cornish, O.T. Braun were the main prizewinners.
Local Section: Judge M. Wilson said the standard of work was very high especially in the embroidery which was most pleasing. The knitting section was rather poor no doubt owing to cost of wool. In all a very good show of work. "I was pleased to
see new sections, which will give still more interest." Mrs J. Moore, M. Farley, Mrs Monica Atkinson, L.D. Cornish, K.S. Cornish, Judy Nash, Mrs L. Evely, Miss M. Randell, J. Bleeze, D.J. Naismith, Yvonne Miles, Ralph Sandercock, D.M. Carter, B.R. Hanna, O.J. Naismith, Mrs L.T. Norsworthy, Mrs S.J. Hastwell, M.J. Tuck, Mrs H.R. Underwood, Mrs W.R. Hannaford, Miss M.J. Michalk.
Fruit: Judge Mr Walter Rehn said the quality of the fruit exhibited was up to the usual high standard with competition very keen and the collection of apples outstanding. J.J. and D.A. Stephenson, H.E. Stephenson, H.E. Verrall and Sons, W.A. Moore, C. Jamieson, E. Sandercock, Ralph Sandercock, J.M. Carter, S.A. Cornish, L.S. Crowhurst, shared the prizes.
[1/4/1953 6ab.]


GUMERACHA SHOW PRIZE LIST.
NEEDELEWORK AND KNITTING. Mrs M.H. Clark, who judged this section said "Needlework sections were well represented but more entries would improve the dressmaking section. Needlework was of high standard, but some of the knitting was loosely done." Prizewinners:ñ Mrs V. McGuire, Mrs D.M. Jenkins, Mrs C.H. Mieglich, Mrs E.M. Watters, G.A. Thiele, Miss C.G. Lee, Miss C. Schlein, Mrs C.T. Camac, Miss M.G. Michalk, Miss G.E. White, Mrs C. Chambers, Mrs H.A. Carpenter, Mrs D.R. Summerton, Miss B. Dicker, Mrs S.G. Edwards, Mrs D. Lamborn, Mrs Eric Bleeze, R.A. Miles, Mrs L.T. Norsworthy, Mrs R.C. Grigg, A. Dickson, Miss M.R. Carter, Miss D. Billingsley, Miss J. Forrest, Mrs S. Sinkinson, Mrs W. Norsworthy, Mrs V.M. Underwood, Miss M.J. Tuck, Mrs W.R. Hannaford, Mrs Ralph Sandercock, Mrs W.T. Bleeze, Mrs J.S. Wytkin, Rosemary Verrall, Shirley Dallow, Jillian Cornish, Beverley Naismith, Marian Gray, Betty Underwood, Beth Grigg, Jeanette Randell, Mrs W. Nitschke, Helen Wytkin. Champion Piece of Needlework or Knitting (open section): Mrs D.M. Jenkins. Champion Piece of Needlework or Knitting (local section) Miss M.G. Michalk. [30/3/1955 5ad.]


GUMERACHA SHOW PRIZE LIST.Gumeracha Show
Fruit: ApplesóRalph Sandercock, J.J. & D.A. Stephenson, H.E. Verrall & Sons, K.M. Carter, C. Jamieson. Largest apple, export and collection, H.E. Verrall & Sons. Champion plate apples, H.E. Verrall & Sons. J.B. Randell Challenge trophy, H.E. Verrall & Sons.
PearsóJ.J. & D.A. Stephenson, H.E. Verrall & Sons, E.M. Carter, C. Jamieson, Ralph Sandercock. Collection, Verrall & Sons. Champion plate of pears, C. Jamieson. Aggregate points, H.E. Verrall & Sons.
FodderóWheaten hay, O.W. Gladigau, Meadow Hay, D.C. Hynes, R.L. Cornish. Lucerne, W.A. Gray, D.B. Dicker. Collection Green Fodders, Ralph Sandercock, A. Schliebs.
Needlework and KnittingóOpen Section: Mrs L. Crafter, Mrs D.M. Jenkins, Mrs L.H. Siebert, E.M. Watters, Miss G. Thiele, G.E. White, Mrs Ralph Sandercock, Mrs L.E. Pfitzner. Local Section: Mrs W.M. Norsworthy, R.A. Carpenter, Miss M.G. Michalk, D.M. Butler, Mrs M. Lamborn, Mrs R. Grigg, Mrs C.H. Mieglich, R.A. Miles, M.J. Tuck, K.L. Colbey, A. Dixon Mrs R. Sandercock, Mrs V.A. Collins, Mrs M.E. Michalk, Mrs S.B. Michalk. Children's Section: E. Bleeze, K. Colbey, Rosemary Verrall,, Shirley Dallow, Beth Grigg, Beverley Sinkinson, B. Naismith, L.C. Schlein, G. Naismith.
VegetablesóOpen Section: F.M. Green & Sons, A. Schliebs, P.R. Gladigau, Ralph Sandercock, L.M. Naismith, A.J. Parish. C. Jamieson Challenge Trophy: Mr Schliebs. Local Collection: O.W. Gladigau, Ralph Sandercock, Rev. M. Chambers, Neil Grigg, Mrs C.H. Mieglich. F.M. Green & Sons Challenge Cup: F.M. Green & Sons.
[11/4/1956 1cd.]



Obituary

Olive Carolyn (Crowhurst) Sandercock, 97, died Thursday, 28 May 2009.

Born on Sunday, 24 September 1911, she was the daughter of the late Samuel Crowhurst formerly of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia and the late Elizabeth Jane (Richards) formerly of Fullarton, South Australia, Australia.

On Friday, 19 December 1969 she was preceded in death by her husband of 38 years, Ralph Sandercock, son of the late John Sandercock formerly of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia and the late Emily Edith (Bond) formerly of Kenton Valley, South Australia, Australia.

Olive Carolyn is survived by one son, Denzil Graham; two brothers, Clifford Gladstone Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, and Thomas Milton Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia; one granddaughter, Michelle of Lobethal, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia; one G grandson, Jordan Johnston.

Olive Carolyn was preceded in death by seven siblings, Richard James Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Aubrey Ellis Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Leonard Samuel Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Vincent Parnell Crowhurst of Strazeele, France, Gladys Celia Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Bessie Iris (Crowhurst) Sandercock of Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia, and Rita Jessie (Crowhurst) Sandercock of Victor Harbour, South Australia, Australia; four grandparents, James Crowhurst of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Caroline Verrall of Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia, Richards, and Celia Richards of Cornwall, United Kingdom.


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"Family Page: Samuel Crowhurst & Elizabeth Jane Richards." HuMo-genealogy - Colin Sandercock's Family Tree (http://family.sandercock.net/index.php?page=family&tree_id=2&id=F60&main_person=I69 : accessed 17 April 2024) Samuel Crowhurst #I69, born ‎3 Apr 1859 Gumeracha, Adelaide Hills Council, South Australia, Australia

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