Ada Eva* Woodger
ADA EVA* WOODGER was  b. 22 Oct 1890, Owen St,  Newtown, Wellington, daughter of Richard Arthur Woodger - her mother was Alice nee Griffin.
Evening Post,  22 October 1890, Page 2
Woodger On the 22nd October, at Owen-street, Newtown, the wife of R. A. Woodger, of a daughter
She was enrolled at the Thorndon Infants 1897
At 8 1/2 yrs she  was admitted to Mt Cook Girls School, Wellington on 6 Mar 1899,  Guardian Richard  W
Goodgar, Residential Address 7 Sussex Square; Last School Thorndon; Last Day 20 Sep 1899
In September the family left for Sydney. NSW, Australia.
Sydney Morning Herald - Monday 14 December 1908 - BONDI SKATING RINK.A poster and fancy dress carnival was held at the Bondi Skating Rink on the 3rd instant Tie prizes were won by the following,  Lady's poster Costume, Miss Eva Woodger.
1908 attended the Woollahra Technical Shorthand classes - awarded Honurs
Ada's life is traced from 1910 onwards. Eva had a regular mention in the social pages on the  guest lists at the many balls, fancy dress partys, invites and dances accasions she attended and her fashionable attire was regularly described  in the guest lists eg a black sequined gown; coral-pink ninon over satin; white ninon-de-sole and silver passementeric;  while voile and lace; etc; etc;
1911, a pupil  of the Convent St Cecilias Muscal Club - learnt singing and performed in concerts and pianoforte
A mystery - In 1911 The Twofold Magnet and Southern Monaro Advertiser (NSW) on Mon 21 1911 reported - Mr J  Dunn and Miss E A Woodger are to be married at the R C Church, Kiah on Wednesday next
Was this her? She retained her maiden name yet her will states she was a widow when she died.
Regularly in the public eye, she acted as social secretary and was on many committees, recorded  playing piano  for dances  at functions - eg;  at the Kamilarol Cricket Club, 
She was a business woman and reported in  investing in shares eg registering as first subscriber Trevits Ltd in the buisiness of importing, imorting phonagraphs and other musical instruments
In July 1927 is on the staff of the Grafonala Company
Will of Ada Eva Woodger late of 20 Bishop's Avenue in the State of NSW, Widow, Deceased Probate granted by the Supreme Court of NSW on 2nd August 1861

Sadly, to date, no photos have yet been discovered to remember our Woodger family.