|1853 in Ottery, Devon, England.|
|16 January 1916|
|Katoomba Cemetery, NSW.|
|Emma Jane Parsons (1853-1929) on 28 November 1881 at RG office, Sydney, NSW.|
|Emma R House (1882-1888)|
|Ruth House (1884-)|
|Phoebe House (1885-1966)|
|Annie House (1887-1888)|
|William James House (1888-1963)|
|John Gershom House (1890-1958)|
|Ebenezer Parsons House (1891-1965)|
|Alfred House (1892-)|
|Herbert Samuel House (1895-1970)|
Birth & death dates from Katoomba Cemetery.
A lamplighter who subsequently ran a boarding house in Katoomba, NSW.
At time of marriage, William’s occupation was Storemen.
He then lived in Tamworth.
His father James House was a labourer.
The death occurred on Sunday, of Mr. William House, a well-known resident of Katoomba. The deceased, who was 63 at the time of his demise, was born, in Ottery, Devon, England. He arrived in Sydney in his twenty-fifth year. He has left two daughters and five sons, to mourn their loss. The late Mr House had been a resident of Katoomba for close on 20 years, and prior to his coming to the Mountains he was in the employ of the Australian Gas Co. The funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon, and was largely attended, the interment taking place in the Katoomba general cemetery, according to the rites of the Plymouth Brethren, of which persuasion deceased was a member. The immediate cause of death was heart trouble.