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Lucy Jane Cole


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1. Charles Arthur Denny

Lucy Jane Cole

  • Born: 27 Feb 1876, Rockley, Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia 3
  • Marriage (1): Charles Arthur Denny
  • Died: 16 Nov 1936, Molong, New South Wales, Australia at age 60 3
  • Buried: Molong, New South Wales, Australia 3

bullet  General Notes:

!N.S.W.BDM Index Birth #7533-1876.
(2)N.S.W.BDM Index Death #21292-1936.
(3)Obituary....MRS.L.J.DENNY....Passed awy at Hill Street, Molong early on
Monday last, after a long illness, Mrs. L.J.Denny, a member of the well known
Cole family, at the age of 61 years. Deceased had been a sufferer for many
years, but throughout a long period of pain and ill health, maintained a
cheerful disposition and a tender interest in others. Two sons and one daughter
are left to mourn their loss: Albert, of Melbourne; Frederick, of Adelaide, and
Eva,(Molong). Brothers and sisters surviving her are Mrs.Alf Staines (Molong),
Mrs.Johnston (Taree), Mrs.Cole (Manildra), Mrs.Joe Staines (Molong), Mrs.E.Day
(Copper Hill), and Messrs Harry, Frederick and Albert Cole. The service at the
hall, conducted by Captain Osborne and Lieut.Longmuir, and also at the
graveside, was attended by a large number of mourning friends and relatives,
the arrangements being in the hands of Mr.A.S.Cole.
(4)Obituary 2....SISTER MRS.L.J.DENNY....The promotion to glory of Sister Mrs.
L.Denny of Molong N.S.W. removes from the Corps a valiant soldier who had
faithfully served God and The Army over a long period of years. Converted early
in life , the late comrade was enrolled as a soldier and gave good service in
her home Corps of Molong prior to to being accepted as a Candidate for
Officership. Only a short period was spent by Cadet Cole in the Training
Garrison for much to her disappointment, her health broke down. Some time later
Sister Cole was united in marriage with Brother Denny, who had given good
service a an Officer in New South Wales. Brother and Sister Denny served at
various times as soldiers of the Hawthorn, Brighton and Mordialloc Corps (Vic)
At the latter Corps the home of Young Peoples Sergeant-Major and Sister Denny
was ever open to Officers and comrades and many Officers today look back
with affection and gratitude to happy days of furlough spent with their beloved
comrades. Following the death of Sergeant-Major Denny, Sister Denny and her
daughter , Sister Eva Denny, removed to Molong,N.S.W. to make their home with
relatives. Some months ago signs of serious illness manifested themselves and
throughout the period of weakness that followed, the late comrade revealed a
strong faith in God. The funeral and memorial services were conducted by the
Corps Officers, Captain Osborne and Lieutenant Longmire. Envoy Boaden who had
been closely associated with the late comrade spoke at the graveside. At thememorial service those who took part included the Corps Officers who sang a
duet, Captain Fred Denny (son) and Brother H.Cole (brother). Captain Osborne
gave an address on "Talents". The late comrade leaves three Salvationist
children- Captain Fred Denny; of Stirling S.A., Brother Albert Denny, of
Brighton,Vic., and Sister Eva Denny, of Molong,N.S.W.
(Greg Kelso)


Lucy married Charles Arthur Denny. (Charles Arthur Denny was born on 27 Feb 1874 in Maldon, Victoria, Australia, died in 1932 in Mentone, Victoria, Australia and was buried in 1932 in Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia.)

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