18.104.22.168 – 8th child of John Anderson and Elizabeth Evison
Ada Florence ANDERSON William Leonard SMITH
at Bellingen, NSW
d. 24th November 1957 d. 23rd June 1970
at Killarney, QLD at Killarney, QLD
Ada and William were married in 1912 at Lismore, NSW. They were to have a family of five children:
22.214.171.124.1 Harold Jeffrey SMITH b. 6th August 1913
126.96.36.199.2 Isobel Esther SMITH b. 17th March 1917
188.8.131.52.3 Edna Jean SMITH b. 2nd September 1921
184.108.40.206.4 Samuel Stanley SMITH b. 1st July 1924
220.127.116.11.5 John Burgess SMITH b. 8th January 1930
THE WARWICK DAILY NEWS 7 December. 1957 OBITUARY MRS ADA FLORENCE SMITH
KLLLARNEY. With the death in the Killarney Memorial Hospital recently of Mrs. Ada Florence Smith, (67), the district lost one of it’s most highly esteemed residents.
The late Mrs. Smith and her husband Mr. W.L. Smith had lived at Spring Creek, for the past 19 years, and before her long illness, had been a very active member of the C.W.A and the Red Cross in Killarney and Lismore (NSW) before taking up residence at Spring Creek.
Many representatives from the business houses and friends were present at the funeral, including the directors and management of the Killarney Co-operative Dairy Association, of which Mr. Smith has been a director for some years. The funeral service was conducted at Christ Church of England, Killarney, and the three Sons of the deceased – Messrs Geoffrey (Killarney), John and Samuel (Spring Creek), two sons-in-law (Messrs Richard Fryer and Nev Dumigan) and a brother-in-law (Mr. Laurie Smith) were pallbearers. Pallbearers at the graveside were Messrs Trevor Smith, William Smith. Harland Smith (nephews) and Laurie Smith (brother-in-law).
In addition to her husband and three sons, Mrs. Smith is survived by two daughters -= Isabel (Mrs. Fryer, old Bonalbo) and Edna (Mrs. Neville Dumigan), Killarney. Four sisters (Mrs. M. Morrow, Climes, Mrs. E. Morrow, Lismore, Mrs. M. Buckley Lismore, and Mrs. A. Lavender, Bellinger and two brothers. (Mr. W. Anderson, West Tamworth, and Mr. L. Anderson, Hurstville, Sydney.