David and Bunny Honeymoon in 1929
Registration of Birth Eleanor Muriel
Electoral Roll 1932 Elenor Murial
Electoral Roll 1936 Eiliner
The sudden death of her mother last week will probably mean the postponement of Miss Bunny Bowling's wedding. She was to have married Mr David Sanderson Lloyd, of Rose Bay, at the end of November.
Miss Bowling, who has the prettiest bronze hair and- deep blue eyes, is one of the best known girls in the Glen Innes district. Her father, Mr. Torn Bowling, owns
"Glen Lee" station, Glen Innes.
29 October Sydney Daily Telegraph
THE GIRL'S DEATH.
Very Sad Ending.
The other member of the awful
happening was Miss Edith Eileen
Morrow, second daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Morrow, of Mt. Russell.
For about six months prior to her
untimely ending she was employed
by Mr. and Mrs. Otto Robertson, of
Brae Street, as a domestic.
It will be remembered that as she
did not appear with the morning tea
as usual on the morning of July 13th,
Mr. Robertson knocked at her door
and upon getting no response enter
ed to find her lying dead across her
bed clad in a singlet and pyjama
trousers. It appears that before re
tiring the girl had made the usual pre
paration for resuming her duties next
morning, and had laid out the crock
ery ready for the service of morning
tea. Each article of apparel was
folded neatly on a chair in her bed
room, and a candle on a nearby table
had gutted out in the socket indicat
ing that the girl had been overtaken
by a sudden seizure, and had collapsed
before she could finish her preparations
for retiring for the night.
One of the puzzling features of the
case is that the girl was of a bright
and happy disposition and had never
had cause to visit a doctor over any
On the night of the tragedy it is al
leged that she had been out with a
young man with whom she was keep
ing company, and returned home in
the vicinity of midnight.
Deceased was born at Delungra and
was 18½ years of age. She spent all her
school days at Mt. Russell leaving
after passing the Q.C. She was first
in the employ of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd,
"Yoi," Delungra, and latterly with Mr
and Mrs. Robertson, Inverell.
In the Mt. Russell district, where
deceased was well known, she was
loved and esteemed by all, and the
utmost sympathy has been extended
to the grief-stricken parents.
Ellinor's passion was her garden - details required on SMH competition
Inverell Times - Nov 20 1942
Gardening enthusiasts will have the opportunity of procuring some good varieties of choice seedlings tomorrow (Saturday) morning. Mrs. D. S. Lloyd, of "Yoi." Delungra is conducting a seedling stall in front of Cansdell's and all proceeds will go to the Delungra Red Cross.
Ellinor was called Gar by her grandchildren - it came from her eldest grandchild - Mary Alice and stuck.
Her nickname from childhood was Bun or Bunny - and that stuck for her whole life as can be seen by caption on photo