Thomas Oakman Cross was born 1857 in Ely, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom to Joseph Cross (bef1845-) and Elizabeth Oakman (bef1845-) and died 24 April 1934 Bronte, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Jane unknown (c1859-1879) . He married Susannah Jane Oakman (1861-1902) 1880 in Adelong, New South Wales, Australia. He married Johanna Menz (c1859-c1921) 1905 in Holbrook, New South Wales, Australia. He married Ellen R Dule (bef1925-) 1925 in Newtown, New South Wales, Australia.
|Offspring of Thomas Oakman Cross and Jane unknown (c1859-1879)|
|Jane Elizabeth Cross (c1879-1962)|
|Offspring of Thomas Oakman Cross and Susannah Jane Oakman (1861-1902)|
|Thomas Cross (1880-1945)|
|Joseph Cross (1882-1954)|
|John Cross (1885-1970)|
|William James Cross (1887-1961)|
|James Cross (1890-1966)|
|Alice M Cross (1892-1892)|
|Elsie May Cross (1894-1982)|
|Ronald Cross (1897-1951)||1897 Germanton, New South Wales, Australia||25 September 1951 Peak Hill Hospital, Peak Hill, New South Wales, Australia|
|Ernest Cross (1899-1974)|
|Susan J Cross (1902-1903)|
At the age of 78 years, Thomas Oakman Cross, who for twenty years was a resident of Tomingley, has passed away at Bronte, Sydney. Whilst residing in the district he was a farmer and he recently relinquished the work to his sons, going to Bronte to live. His end was peaceful. Falling into a coma some few days before his death, he passed away without regaining consciousness. The deceased gentleman was born in England and had earned the respect of all with whom he came into contact. He was married four times and is survived by a sorrowing widow and a family of two daughters and seven sons who are left to mourn the loss of a loving father. They are:—Jane (Mrs J. Davis, Holbrook), Elsie (Mrs. P. Leary, "Medway,"' Dubbo), Thomas (Minore), Joseph (Peak Hill), John ("Kiawarra," Willydah), William (Wyanga), James (Minore), Ronald and Ernest (Tomingley). To these the "News" would express, with residents of the district, sincere sympathy.
The remains were interred in the C. of E. portion of Peak Hill cemetery early last week, the Rev. E. T. Pearce conducting the last sad rites at the church and graveside.