James Knight 1918 After a long and painful illness there passed away at Eumungerie during the week a young man named James Knight, at the age of 26. Deceased was well-known and highly respected. The remains were interred at Eumungerie.The late Mr. Knight was accorded an Oddfellows' funeral, a goodly number of the members of the local branch taking part. Dubbo Liberal 7th June 1918 James was the husband of Alice Nagle and father of Athol A & Vera M. At one time this grave had a headstone.
Mary Kerdavid 1939 The death occurred in the Dubbo District Hospital in the early hours of this morning of Mrs. Mary Kerdavid (64), after an illness that had extended over some time. Deceased, who was a native of Baldry, near Yeoval, was very well known in the Dubbo District. Belore entering hospital, she had been living at 'Branston,' in the Eumungerie district, where her son, Mr. Bruce Kerdavid, is well known as a cricketer. For he and a married daughter, who resides at Cooma, the deepest sympathy will be extended. The funeral is timed for half past four o'clock this afternoon, the interment to be in the Church of England portion of the Dubbo cemetery. The Rev. C. W. Leavers will conduct the obsequies. W. Larcombe & Son have charge of the mortuary arrangements. Dubbo Liberal 14 September 1939
Frederick Kilby 1895 Mangled by a Train - A selector named Frederick Kilby, of Coalbaggie, near Dubbo, was run over and, killed by a train about three miles from Wellington on- Friday night The deceased was run over by No. 9 down train last night, and his body was frightfully mangled. The corpse was discovered on the line this morning by a fettler. An inquest was held to-day, the jury returning a verdict of accidental death by being run over by a train. Evening News 25 March 1895 Read the details of Fredericks death