Wallace Jonathan NASH
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # ?
Rank: Constable First-Class
Stations: ?, No 4 Division ( George St North or Millers Point or Phillip St ), Chatswood
Service: From ? ? ? to ? ? ? = 20+ years Service
Born: ? ? 1900 in Gloucester River, NSW
Died on: 23 April 1946
Funeral date: ?
Funeral location: C of E portion of Gloucester cemetery
Buried at: C of E portion of Gloucester cemetery, Cemetery Rd
Memorial at: ?
Funeral location: ?
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Manning River Times and Advocate for the Northern Coast Districts of New South Wales (Taree, NSW : 1898 – 1954), Saturday 4 May 1946, page 2
WALLACE JONATHAN NASH.
The death occurred at Stratford after many months of ill-health of ex-Constable First-Class Wallace Jonathan Nash. After spending two months in hospital in Sydney he was subsequently discharged from the Police Force and last June came with his wife and son to live with his mother-in-law, Mrs. John Wand, at Stratford.
His health deteriorated over the months and his death at the home of Mrs. Wand was not altogether unexpected.
The late Mr. Nash was well-known and respected in the Gloucester district where he was born and reared. A son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Nash, he was born 46 years ago at Gloucester River and spent his boyhood and youth at Gloucester River and Bowman.
He joined the N.S.W. Police Force as a young man and up to the time of his discharge had had 20 years and nine months service. He was stationed during that time around the city and was for many years at No. 4 Station in the city. He was last stationed at Chatswood.
In 1928 in Sydney he married Miss Emma Wand, a daughter of the late Mr. John Wand and Mrs. Wand, of Stratford.
He is survived by his wife and one son John. Surviving brothers and sisters are: Charles, Ernest, Sidney, Bert., Mrs. B. Bridge (Upper Lansdowne), Mrs. P. Bridge ( Mount .George), Mrs. C. Boorer. (Mount George) and Mrs. F. Hancock ( Mitchell’s Island). One brother, George, predeceased him 17 years ago.
To the family and relatives we extend our sincere sympathy.
The funeral took place in the Church of England portion of the Gloucester cemetery, the Rev. D. R. May officiating. — ‘Advocate.’