George James Bevege was born 17 August 1851 in Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia to George Bevege (1811-1870) and Mary Ann Hurst (bef1849) and died 16 November 1922 Marrickville, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Sophie Farlow (1857-1944) 1879 in Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia.


Offspring of George James Bevege and Sophie Farlow (1857-1944)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mary Bevege (1880)
Ellen Maria Bevege (1883-c1964)
Albert William Bevege (1885-1933)
Edward Montague Bevege (1886-1942) 28 June 1886 Walgett, New South Wales, Australia 27 January 1942 Lewisham, New South Wales, Australia Barbara Matilda Klinge (c1885-1951)
Arthur Bevege (1889-1937)
Elvina Bevege (1899-c1980)

Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
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¶ Death
  • BEVEGE.—In loving memory of my dear father George James Bevege, who died November 16, 1922.
Gone are the weary days of suffering,
  Sweetest rest has followed pain,
You are sleeping, dearest father,
  In the morn we'll meet again.
Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Mrs. and Mr. E. G. Dolling, and grandchildren, Mrs. and Mr. W. H. Cook, Misses Doris and Edna Kemp, Newcastle.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 16 November 1923, page 8
§ Remains
  • BEVEGE.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. G. BEVEGE, Mr. and Mrs. ARTHUR BEVEGE, Mr. and Mrs. TED BEVEGE, Mr. and Mrs. JOSEPH TURNER are invited to attend the Funeral of her late dearly beloved HUSBAND and their FATHER, George James Bevege; to leave 56 Burren-street, Erskineville, THIS AFTERNOON, at 1.15 o'clock for Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood, via Newtown Station.
  • BEVEGE.—The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. ALFRED A. BEVEGE are kindly invited to attend the Funeral of his late BROTHER, George James Bevege; to leave his late residence, Burren-street, Erskineville, at 1.15 THIS AFTERNOON, for Rookwood Cemetery.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 17 November 1922, page 7