|20 February 1859 in |
Tremearne, Breage, Cornwall, England.
|28 October 1942 (of cerebral thrombosis, morbus cordis) in Orange, NSW.||
NSW Death Record 29092/1942
GLASSON ROBERT GUSTAVUS
|29 October 1942 in Orange cemetery, NSW.|
|Henry Glasson (bpt.1826-1891)|
|Annie Paull (1826-1918)|
|Eleanor O’Hare (1865-1941) in 1888 at Bombala, NSW.||
NSW Marriage Record 5929/1888
GLASSON ROBERT G & OHARE DELLIE
|Robert B Glasson (1895-1896)|
|Keith Glasson (1901-1902)|
|Helen Glasson (1899-1899)|
|Aileen May Glasson (1889-1959)|
|Rita M Glasson (1891-)|
|Cora Rosalie Glasson (1892-1967)|
|Sylvia Dorothy Glasson (1897-)|
|Reginald Edgar Glasson (1904-)|
|Margaret Joyce Glasson (1905-1984)|
The death occurred in a private hospital in Orange this week of Mr. Robert Gustavus Glasson of
TremearneOrange at the age of 83 years.
Born in Cornwall, England the late Mr. Glasson came to Australia with his parents when quite a small boy, and settled in the Blayney District where the name has since been associated with pastoral activities.
The deceased was a surveyor by profession, practiced in the Monaro district for a number of years where he met and married Miss Dolly O’Hare of
CorrowongStation, and shortly afterwards came to the orange District. Having purchased the Davy’s Plains property at Cudal as well as the Euroka Station near Greenfell. Later he acquired the
TremearneProperty near Lucknow remaining there until his death. His wife predeceased him on the 1st August 1941 and he is survived by five daughters and one son.
Mr. John Glasson of Stanfield Carcoar is a brother and the only sister is Mrs. Bessie Clarke of New Zealand.
The funeral took place to the Church of England portion of the Orange cemetery.
He arrived in Australia on the vessel Sussex in 1861.