Alice ?

Father: (not available)
Mother: (not available)
Born: __/__/____ ?
Married: __/__/____ Thomas Cornish Heath
Died: 09/11/1920 Sydney aged 83
Children: ? William E. Heath (schoolmaster)
? Henry Oliver Heath (solicitor)
? Thomas Cornish Heath (stock and station agent)
? Bert Heath (solicitor, Kobe)
? Charles Heath (banker)
? James Heath (banker)
? Archie Heath

Death notice in the Wagga Wagga Daily Advertiser

Mr H.O. Heath, of Wagga, rec-
ceived advice late on Tuesday night
mat his mother, Mrs. Alice Heath,
widow of Mr. Thomas Cornish Heath,
died in Sydney on Tuesday. Mrs
Heath lived in Wagga practically all
her life, and for many years she re-
sided at Lake Albert. Her husband1
predeceased her in 1879.
There were seven sons of the mar-
riage of whom four are still alive,
being Mr. H. 0. Heath, solicitor, of
the firm of Heath and Mitchelmore,
Wagga; Mr. William Heath, who for
many years was head master of the
public school at Narandera and who
is at present residing in Sydney; Mr
Thomas Cornish Heath, junior, who
for a number of years carried on busi-
ness in Wagga as a stock and station
agent with the late Mr. David Robert
Irvine. and Mr. Bert Heath, solici-
tor, who has been practising his pro-
fession in Kobe (Japan) for many
years. The three sons who pre-
deceased her were Mr. Charles Heath,
at one time manager of the Austral-
ian Bank of Commerce, Wentwort:
Mr. James Heath, who was manager
of the Union Bank of Australia,
Ltd., at Bunbury and other places in
West Australia, and Mr. Archie
Heath, an employee of Messrs, T
Edmondson and Co., Wagga, for
many years prior to leaving for Syd-
_ The deceased ladv. who ihad been i
identified with Wagga and district for i
nearly 50 years, was in her 83rd year, j
She wa- an exceptionally capable
woman, being well read, and in her j
early days she was a school tcacber.
? he had been lingering for many '
months, and the end was quite ex- I
peded. Mr. H. O. Heath left
' agga Is ft night for Sydney. The :
remains wilt be buried in th.e familv '
l,i ' 31 tie Wagga cemeterv to- i
morrow morning. The funeral will 1
lea\-e t'--. r„i!uay station after the ar- !
rival of he mail train from Sydney.