1898 - 1929 (30 years)
||Hazel Anne Lofty Tamblyn |
||4 Nov 1898
||Woodside, South Australia
||Renmark, South Australia
DEATH OF MRS. LANCE RHODES
The many friends of Mrs. Lance Rhodes will learn with deep regret that she passed away in the Renmark hospital on Tuesday. Mrs. Rhodes, who was Miss Hazel Tamblyn before marriage to Captain Rhodes, an Aus tralian with a fine record of war service, was well beloved by all who had the pleasure of knowing her. She was born at Woodside and came to Renmark with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. G Tamblyn, who are among the most respected of Renmark's business people. Six years ago she married Captain Rhodes and four years later left Renmark for Sydney where Captain Rhodes holds a business appointment. Hazel took a keen interest in any social functions while she was a young girl, and waa a member of the Church of England choir for a number of years.
That the late Mrs. Rhodes had endeared herself to many was evident by the number of messages of condol ence received by her parents, and 1;y the wide spread expressions of sympathy which reached Renmark early on Wednesday morning from many centres. A friend said of her, "I knew Hazel very well. She was one of those girls whom it does one good to know. The many little kindnesses she did will never be known because of the manner in which they were done. After mar riage she lived for her children and her husband."
Mrs. Rhodes was educated in Adelaide at St. Peter's Girls' School. She leaves two children, a boy four years, and a girl two and a half years old. I The greatest sympathy is extended to Captain Rhodes, the parents, brothers Messrs. Keith arid Jack, and sister Mrs, Bert Eaton of Block E.
Captain and Mrs. Rhodes arrived in : Renmark from Sydney only a short . while ago to spend a holiday with Mrs. i Rhodes' parents.
The funeral took place on TVednes | day afternoon when a service was held ; in the Church of England and was st i tended by friends and relatives. A ! number of bouquets adorned the choir ? pews. Many beautiful wreaths were placed on the grave side at tne ceme ! tery where a representative gathering pair their last respects to a young mother. The Rev. Bulbeck in a short I address reminded those present mat there was no death as they knew it. i The soul was immortal and the spirit
lived. Sympathy and understanding were necessary in this world and t!n\v had laid the dead away in sure Ui-.^t that the spirit had joined Christ, who understood. Pallbearers were Messrs. M. Price, Du Rieu, G. Eaton and Hazelgrove. The arrangements were in the hands of Mr. II Douglas*,
||19 Mar 1929
||Renmark Hospital, Renmark, South Australia
||Simpson & Elder
||28 Nov 2013 |
||William Gill Tamblyn, b. Jan 1854, Truro, Cornwall , d. 3 Mar 1942, Renmark, South Australia (Age ~ 88 years) |
||Adeline Amelia Gubbin Nichols, b. 1866, d. 8 Aug 1953, South Australia (Age 87 years) |
||12 Jan 1887
||Wesleyan Church, Strathalbyn, South Australia
TAMBLYN - NICHOLS.
On the 12th January, at the Wesleyan Church, Strathalbyn, by the Rev. R. Kelly, William Gill Tamblyn, to Adeline Amelia Gubbin, adopted daughter of Mr. E. Nichols, of Strathalbyn.
||Captain Randall Lance Rhodes, MC & Bar, b. 3 Aug 1893, Norwood, South Australia , d. 15 Jun 1959 (Age 65 years) |
||16 Jan 1923
||St Augustine's Church, Renmark, South Australia
||26 Feb 2019 |