Owen Oxley, of Mudgee, saddler. Liabilities, £1079 4s. 9d. Assets, £1010. Amount of deficiency, £69 4s. 9d. Offical assignee, Mr. F. W. Perry. Memo: I am compelled to sequestrate my estate in consequence of being heavily pressed by my creditors, there being seven notions against me, also being desirous that my creditors should be equally dealt with. -O. OXLEY.
1859 A certificate of insolvency discharge was issued in July 1859.
Accidental Burning.-On Sunday last, Mrs. Oxley, Gladstone street, was standing before the fire, when her dress caught fire and immediately blazed up, enveloping her in flames. With the assistance of Miss Oxley, the fire was quickly extinguished, but not before Mrs. Oxley's right hand was severely burnt.-Mudgee Liberal, Feb. 19.
Mention in the Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser of Tues, 3 Sep, 1867:
Mr Owen Oxley, sadler, from Mudgee, has arrived amongst us (not before he was wanted), and commenced business.
1869 References in "Coonabarabran - As it was in the Beginning" by J Pickette/M Campbell "The general population of the town, not all Anglicans, applied separately in 1869 for the establishment of a vested school.
This was one where the buildings were supplied by the Council of
Education and which could only be used as a school.
Those who wrote were Jethro White, Presbyterian storekeeper, Owen
Oxley, a Wesleyan saddler and Patrick Fitzgerald, a Roman Catholic bootmaker. They agreed to raise £110 to go towards the cost of the building.
They explained that there was 35 children eligible and that the
nearest school was 50 miles away."
The weather is again hot, with occasional dry winds. On Saturday last a whirlwind passed over the town, unroofing the stables at the police barracks, also a dwelling-house and workshop of Mr. O. Oxleys, a saddler of this town. One of Mr. Oxley's sons had a narrow escape, some of the broken bark catching him as he most imprudently made a run from the house, throwing him down and inflicting injuries, but of a slight nature, about the face and mouth.
1877 Committed for trial at Dubbo on 21 July 1877 for Larceny committed at Coonabarabran, NSW
1881 Died 1881, Mudgee Hospital, NSW
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