Familypedia
Advertisement

Biography

Edward Montague Bevege was born 28 June 1886 in Walgett, New South Wales, Australia to George James Bevege (1851-1922) and Sophie Farlow (1857-1944) and died 27 January 1942 Lewisham Hospital Lewisham, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Barbara Matilda Klinge (c1885-1951) 1907 in Moree, New South Wales, Australia.



Children



Offspring of Edward Montague Bevege and Barbara Matilda Klinge (c1885-1951)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Doris M Bevege (c1907)
Edward Alfred Bevege (1909-1994)
Florence Emily Bevege (c1912-1968)
Mona Bevege (-1919)














Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
  • see Bevege (surname)
  • AWT:db: farlows, id: I0619 — no longer available
  • AWT:db: muffinrusty, id: I0619 — no longer available
  • AWT:db: snake2000, id: I79963 — no longer available
¶ Death
  • BEVEGE.—January 27, 1942, at Lewisham Hospital, Edward Montague Bevege, beloved husband of Barbara M. Bevege and loved father of Doris, Edward, and Florence, aged 55 year. At rest.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 28 January 1942, page 16
  • BEVEGE.—In loving memory of my dear husband, Ted, who departed this life January 27, 1942. Sadly missed by his loving wife, Barbara.
  • BEVEGE.—In loving memory of our dear father. Inserted by his loving children, Doris, Florence, and Ted (A.I.F.).
The Sydney Morning Herald, 27 January 1943, page 12
§ Remains
  • BEVEGE.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. BARBARA BEVEGE, Mr. and Mrs. W. ANDREWS, Mr. and Mrs. EDWARD A BEVEGE (Brisbane), Mr. and Mrs. EDWARD LONSDALE are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved HUSBAND, their dear FATHER, FATHER-IN-LAW, and GRANDFATHER, Edward Montague Bevege; to leave his late residence, 25 Carrington Street, Summer Hill, THIS AFTERNOON, after service commencing at 1.15 o'clock, for the Rookwood Crematorium.
  • BEVEGE.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. S. BEVEGE, Mr. and Mrs. E. DOLLING, and Mrs. K. TURNER, and FAMILIES, are invited to attend the Funeral of her dear SON and their BROTHER and UNCLE, Edward Montague Bevege. For details see above notice.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 28 January 1942, page 16
Advertisement