Henry John Buttsworth was born 1847 in Windsor, New South Wales, Australia to John Buttsworth (1824-1896) and Priscilla Anne Jones (1827-1897) and died 17 May 1918 Cundletown, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Phyllis Wootton (1847-1932) 15 March 1871 in Ghinni Ghinni, New South Wales, Australia.


Offspring of Henry John Buttsworth and Phyllis Wootton (1847-1932)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Adelaide Buttsworth (1872-1934)
Charles Manning Buttsworth (1874-1954)
Mabel Annie Buttsworth (1876-1958) 1876 Ghinni Ghinni, New South Wales, Australia 2 April 1958 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Walter Vivian Harcourt Biddell (1859-1933) Walter Vivian Harcourt Biddell (1859-1933) Unknown Cohen (-)
Clara Buttsworth (1879-1963) 1879 Ghinni Ghinni, New South Wales, Australia 25 February 1963 Strathfield, New South Wales, Australia Arthur Wesley Chaseling (1878-1947)
Arthur Alfred Buttsworth (1881-1947)
Henry Wilberforce Buttsworth (1883-1977) 1883 Wingham, New South Wales, Australia 13 November 1977 New South Wales, Australia Millicent Redman (1896-1921) Millicent Redman (1896-1921) Elizabeth Jane Rose (1877-1959)
Wesley Buttsworth (1885-1917)
Victor Douglas Buttsworth (1888-1932)
Reginald John Buttsworth (1890-1951)
Cecil Jones Buttsworth (1893-1989) 31 March 1893 Manning River, New South Wales, Australia 30 May 1989 Katoomba, New South Wales, Australia Coral Annabel McInnes (1900-1985)


Mr. J. Buttsworth, of Cundle Plains, and a pioneer of that district, passed away on Friday last. A native of the Hawkesbury, he went to the Manning, when he was a very young man and resided at Cundle Plains till he passed away at the age of thre score years, leaving a widow and seven sons and three daughters to mourn their loss. During his residence there he won the respect and esteem of all with whom he came into contact, and as he was for many years a local preacher in the Methodist Church, he was well-known right throughout the district. Mr Buttsworth had been ill for some time previous to his death with influenza and a weak heart, and was worried a good deal over his three sons who are at the front, one of them (Wesley) being posted as missing, and the worry weakened him. He took to his bed about a week ago and gradually sank. Three married daughters and seven sons (including three on active service) survive. Constable C. Buttsworth, of Broadwater, who is at present on the sick list, is one of the sons.

The Richmond River Herald and Northern Districts Advertiser, 21 May 1918, page 2

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