Family Photo – Asthore Campbell Pengilley

Asthore Campbell Pengilley

Asthore Campbell Pengilley was born in Quirindi which is not far from my own home town in 1907 to James Campbell Pengilley and wife Mary Jane Merrick.

I never met Asthore Campbell Pengilley who married my uncle Clarence Edward Bailey on Christmas Eve, 1934 in Parramatta, but what a magical time of year to be married!  Fancy waking up on Christmas morning as husband and wife.

Uncle Clarry and Aunt Asthore had two children – my cousins Brian Edward in 1935 and Raymond James in 1936. But Aunt Asthore’s life was destined to be short.  She became ill and passed away on 29 Dec 1944 and it must have been such a sad time for her boys.

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wmcmullen45 Originally shared this article on 26 Oct 2013 on Ancestry.com

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    1. Hello There, Unfortunately I don’t know where Asthore was buried except to say it was in North Ryde. I just “google” and found 3 cemeteries in the area – Macquarie Park Cemetery & Crematorium, Northern Suburbs Memorial Gardens& Crematorium and Field of Mars but she doesn’t show up on the search. Have you purchased a copy of her death certificate yet – as that should tell you? Feel free to contact me at tpr76797@bigpond.net.au Cheers, Julie

      1. Hi – I have just found something posted by a Ric McDonald. Please contact me with your email address and I will email to you. Info includes religion, cemetery, plot number amongst other things. This is not my work so I have not posted it.
        Julie

  1. Hi Julie, Iam Raymond James (Snow) Bailey’s daughter and I am wondering if you know where my Nana Asthore Campbell Pengilley is buried we know she died at Wahroonga.

    1. Hi Tracey, Unfortunately I don’t know where she is buried except to say it was in North Ryde. I just “google” and found 3 cemeteries in the area – Macquarie Park Cemetery & Crematorium, Northern Suburbs Memorial Gardens& Crematorium and Field of Mars but she doesn’t show up on the search of the cemeteries that I just did. Have you purchased a copy of her death certificate yet – as that should tell you? Feel free to contact me at tpr76797@bigpond.net.au as I would also love to know.
      Cheers, Julie

      1. Tracey – I have just found something posted by a Ric McDonald. Please contact me with your email address and I will email to you. Info includes religion, cemetery, plot number amongst other things.
        Julie

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