The death occurred on July 10 of Mr. JohnBoundy, at the age of 86 years. He was a son of the late Captain J. Boundy, 61 St. Agnes, Cornwall, and sailed from Plymouth in the Royal George in June, 1848, arriving at Port Adelaide in September of the same year. He secured employment as a salesman for Mr. Thomas Whitford, a corn merchant, whose premises stood on the site of Mr. Kither's butcher's shop in Rundle-street. Later on he became accountant for Messrs. D. & J. Fowler, and afterwards filled a similar position in the service of Messrs. Geo. P. Harris, Scarfe, & Co., for about 20 years. His wife, who was the eldest daughter of the late Mr. George Prince, of Mitcham, died five years ago. He left four sons and three daughters, including Mis. W. Brooker. of Woodville, and Mrs. W. R. Hale, of North Adelaide. There are 22 grandchildren, six of whom are on active service, and two great grand-children.
The Chronicle Saturday 21 July 1917 page 25
BROOKER, wife, 3 ch BURTON, dau CHIPPENDALE CLARKE George COLLEGE, wife COTTER Barry COX CROCKER William, Anna Maria GRISTY, Benjamin John, 5 ch DAWSON, wife, 3 ch DUTTON Francis Stacker EDINBOROUGH / (EDINBROUGH?) FOWLER Henry HAGEN Jacob, Mary BAKER, 2 svnts (1st arr 1839 Wm Barrass) HARRIS John, wife, 2 ch HAYWOOD John HUGHES JOHNSTONE JONES, wife KAY KAY Edward, Margaret FINLAYSON KINGSLEY LANG William LOVEDAY Richard John, Bridget SHEA, Ann, Rd John, Thos MUNDY PARTRIDGE, wife RAYNER REEVES SAVAGE Thomas SCAIFE Henry SPENCER (x2) STUART SULLIVAN, wife WHITE Frederick YOUNG, wife
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