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Alan John ABERCROMBIE
Born 24 November 1911 in Fremantle, Western Australia [16]
School Teacher at the Yandanooka State School in Yandanooka in 1935 [5: 29-Nov-1935]
Transferred from the Yandanooka State School to the Billeroo State School in November 1935 [5: 29-Nov-1935]
School Teacher of the Billeroo State School in Billeroo, East Winchester in November and December 1935 [5: 29-Nov-1935] [19]
Married Janet Sim HOWATSON in 1936 [66]
Enlisted in the Royal Australian Navy on 2 September 1939 and served as a Lieutenant-Commander during the Second World War [16]
Discharged from the Royal Australian Navy on 12 December 1945 [16]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Palmyra [2]
Died 6 September 1990; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (EC Section, Garden of Remembrance, 17, 181) [2]


Ada Florence ADAMS
Born C.1900 [2]
Married Harold OWEN in 1919 in London, England [21]
Departed London with her husband and son on the steamship Euripides for Albany, Western Australia on 11 March 1921 [203]
They resided on Group Settlement 27 at Kalgup near Busselton 1924-1926 [6] [50]
Resided in Carnamah with her husband and children 1927-1929 [19]
They were living in Broomehill in 1931 and at Bowelling in 1935 and 1936 [50] [84]
Later resided in the Perth suburb of Midland Junction [2]
Mother of Harold, Joyce, Keith, Doris, Iris, Nellie, Shirley, Francis and Lilian [84] [98]
Died 8 July 1941; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Anglican, OA, 516) [2]


"Jim" James Leslie ADAMS
Born 25 April 1902 in Kyneton, Victoria, Australia [16]
Son of Robert ADAMS and Elizabeth CLARK [54]
Married Edith Bronwyn PRITCHARD in September 1928 in Victoria, Australia [P212]
Farmer in Katunga, Victoria, Australia from as early as 1924 until 1928 [4: 10-Nov-1928] [50]
Around October 1928 purchased from GREEN Bros 820 acres of farmland at Billeroo, East Winchester for £4 an acre [4: 10-Nov-1928]
     Along with his wife Edith shifted to his farm in Winchester, Western Australia in 1928 [P212]
     The 820 acres was Lot M1220 of Victoria Location 1937 on the north side of Billeroo Road [3] [27] [62]
Farmer in Winchester 1928-1947 [P212]
     Purchased a Holt tractor from Carnamah agent Rupert H. LAFFAN in March 1929 [4: 30-Mar-1929]
     In 1930 began leasing Ivan JOHNSON's 1,500 acre Avalon Farm in Winchester [P28]
     The 1,500 acres were Lots M1310 and M1432 of Victoria Location 2023 on the south side of the Winchester East Road [3] [62]
     Farmed both his own 820 acre property and Avalon Farm in Winchester 1930-1947 [P212]
     Resided on his own farm in 1928 and 1929 and then resided on Avalon Farm in Winchester 1930-1947 [P212]
Attended the Plain and Fancy Dress Ball held at the Carnamah Hall on Thursday 8 August 1929 [4: 17-Aug-1929]
Attended the Euchre Party and Dance at the School Hall in Winchester on Saturday 10 August 1929 [4: 17-Aug-1929]
Member of the Carnamah Presbyterian Church's Board of Management in 1929 [4: 26-Oct-1929]
On 12 November 1930 delivered the first load of wheat to the Railway Siding in Winchester for the 1930 harvest [4: 15-Nov-1930]
Joint Foundation Secretary of the committee that built the Billeroo School Hall in 1930 [4: 12-May-1952]
Member of the Carnamah Ratepayers & Citizens Association 1930-1936 - was a Committee Member in 1930 [4: 22-Mar-1930] [5: 12-Jun-1936]
Member of Winchester's branch of the Primary Producers Association - was Secretary in 1930 [4: 11-Oct-1930]
Attended the funeral of "Father of Carnamah" Donald MACPHERSON at the Winchester Cemetery on 14 August 1931 [4: 22-Aug-1931]
In 1932 was the owner of a Chevrolet truck containing license plate CA-279 [4: 12-Nov-1932]
Member of the Billeroo Parents & Citizens Association in 1932 [4: 9-Jul-1932]
Himself and his wife attended the Euchre Party held at Billeroo on Saturday 2 July 1932 [5: 15-Jul-1932]
Among those who made a donation to the Carnamah Country Women's Association in 1932 to help them buy premises [5: 29-Jul-1932]
Won 1st and 2nd prizes for Merino Fleece of Medium Wool at the Carnamah Agricultural Show in 1932 [5: 23-Sep-1932]
     Also won two 2nd prizes for a Border Leicester Ram and Three Shorn Fat Wethers in the Sheep section of the 1932 show [5]
Member and later Life Member of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society - was a Financial Member 1932-1958 [5: 17-Nov-1933] [13]
     Vice President 1934 and 1937, Committee Member 1935-1937, President 1940-1946 and Vice Patron 1947-1963 [5: 22-Jan-1937] [58]
     Donated a trophy for Society's Show in 1937, for the Vegetable section in 1938, and the Cookery section in 1939 [5: 28-May-1937] [13]
     Also made cash donations to the Society of £1/1/- in 1938, £1/1/- in 1939 and £1/11/6 in 1940 [13]
Member of the Winchester Tennis Club from 1932-33 until at least 1937-38 [5: 17-Mar-1933, 31-Aug-1934, 20-Aug-1937] [4: 29-Aug-1936]
     He was Captain from 1932-33 to 1937-38 and also President from 1934-35 to 1937-38 [5]
     Among those who donated a trophy for the Winchester Tennis Club's Annual Tournaments held over Easter in 1936 [5: 17-Apr-1936]
Attended and made a presentation at the social evening tendered to Nell NORTHEY in Winchester on 29 June 1933 [5: 7-Jul-1933]
Sold some of his sheep to Carnamah butcher W. Frederick LEE in 1933 [5: 21-Jul-1933]
Successfully exhibited in the Sheep and Wool section of the Carnamah Agricultural Show on 14 September 1933 [5: 22-Sep-1933]
     Won 1st prizes for Three Fat Merino Wethers, Two Ewes bred in the North Midlands and Three Fat Lambs Down Breed [5]
     His pen of Three Fat Merino Wethers were proclaimed the Most Outstanding Exhibit in the Sheep section [5]
     Received 1st prizes for Strong Wool Merino Fleeces and Medium Wool Merino Fleeces and 2nd for Fine Wool Merino Fleeces [5]
Came 3rd in the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's Inaugural Fallow Competition in 1933 [5: 9-Feb-1934, 13-Jul-1934]
On Friday afternoon 10 November 1933 delivered the first load of wheat to the Winchester Siding for the 1933 harvest [5: 17-Nov-1933]
     The wheat was Felix, was going about seven bags an acre, and had been grown from seed purchased from S. L. FOLLAND [5]
Underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Carnamah Private Hospital on Sunday 3 December 1933 [5: 8-Dec-1933]
President of the Carnamah-Winchester-Coorow Tennis Association in 1933-34 and 1934-35 [4: 8-Sep-1934] [5: 29-Sep-1933, 6-Sep-1935]
     Winchester Delegate at meetings of the Tennis Association in 1935-36, 1936-37 and 1937-38 [5: 21-Aug-1936, 20-Aug-1937]
Attended the Carnamah Church of England's New Year Ball held at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 30 December 1933 [5: 5-Jan-1934]
On the evening of Thursday 15 March 1934 attended the Carnamah Race Club's Annual Dance at the Carnamah Hall [5: 16-Mar-1934]
Attended the Carnamah Golf Club's Opening Season Dance at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 21 April 1934 [5: 27-Apr-1934]
On Saturday 12 May 1934 attended the Carnamah Football Club's Grand Opening Ball at the Carnamah Hall [5: 18-May-1934]
His father travelled from Victoria to Western Australia on the Karoola to stay with him in Winchester in July 1934 [5: 6-Jul-1934]
     Travelled to Perth in October 1934 to attend the Royal Show and to see his father embark for Victoria on the Westralia [5: 5-Oct-1934]
In July 1934 advertised in The North Midland Times his 10 disc Galston plough for sale for £12 [5: 20-Jul-1934]
Received 2nd prize for a Southdown Ram in the Sheep section of the Coorow Agricultural Show on 30 August 1934 [5: 7-Sep-1934]
Attended the funeral of Mrs Christina B. D. FORRESTER of Carnamah at the Winchester Cemetery on 31 August 1934 [4: 8-Sep-1934]
Steward of the Wool section at the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's Annual Show on 6 September 1934 [5: 20-Jul-1934]
     At the Show won Dalgety's Trophy for the best exhibit of Three Fat Lambs of Down Breed Suitable for Export [5: 14-Sep-1934]
     Won 1st for 3 Fat Merino Wethers, Southdown Ram, Commercial Value Merino Fleece; and 2nd for Fine Wool Merino Fleeces [5]
Put a notice in the local newspaper on 7 December 1934 that a black ewe and well grown lamb had stayed onto his farm [5: 7-Dec-1934]
Advertised in The North Midland Times on Friday 10 May 1935 that he had two calving cows for sale [5: 10-May-1935]
     They were a Red Poll cross in milk two weeks with a heifer calf for £4, and an excellent milker cow due to calf in June for £5 [5]
Became a member of the Carnamah Masonic Lodge No.150 WAC on 9 August 1935, and was Worshipful Master in 1943 [96] [153]
In August 1935 sold 43 suckers at 20/4, 23 suckers 17/4, 9 ewes at 18/4 and 1 ewe at 21/10 through Westralian Farmers [5: 16-Aug-1935]
     In September sold 104 suckers (48 at 19/7, 22 at 15/10, 34 at 15/4), 2 shorn wethers at 14/- and 1 wether for 18/1 [5: 6 & 13-Sep-1935]
     In October sold 43 suckers (25 at 19/10 and 18 at 18/10 per head) through Westralian Farmers at the Midland Market [5: 11-Oct-1935]
Exhibited in the Sheep and Wool sections of the Coorow-Waddy Agricultural Show held on Thursday 5 September 1935 [5: 13-Sep-1935]
     Won prizes for Three Lambs Suitable for Export (1st), Three Fat First Cross Lambs (1st), and for Pen of Three Sheep (1st), [5]
     Border Leicester Ram (2nd), Three Fat Sheep (2nd), Strong Wool Merino Fleece (1st), Medium Wool Merino Fleece (1st), [5]
     Comeback Fleece (1st), and Border Leicester-Merino Cross Fleece (2nd); and as a result received Dalgety's Trophy [5]
A week later on 12 September 1935 exhibited in the Sheep and Wool sections of the Carnamah Agricultural Show [5: 20-Sep-1935]
     Won 1st prizes for Three Fat Merino Wethers and Border Leicester Ram; both 1st and 2nd for Crossbred Fleece; [5]
     and received two 2nd prizes for Three Fat Lambs of Down Breed and Two Strong Wool Merino Fleeces [5]
Yet another week later, on Thursday 19 September 1935, exhibited in the Sheep section of the Three Springs Agricultural Show [5]
     Awarded both 1st and 2nd prizes for two exhibits of "Pen of five fat lambs suitable for export" [5: 27-Sep-1935]
     For his exhibits received the President's Trophy for Fat Stock and Dalgety's Trophy for Fat Lambs [5]
Gave a recitation at the Winchester Parents & Citizens Association's Social & Dance in Winchester on 26 September 1935 [5: 4-Oct-1935]
Purchased Lot 27 of the Winchester townsite from the Midland Railway Company for £7 on 28 September 1935 [27]
     During the 1938-39 financial year transferred his Lot 27 in the Winchester townsite to the Carnamah District Road Board [3]
Travelled from Winchester to Perth by train on Monday 7 October 1935, and attended the Royal Show in Perth [5: 11-Oct-1935]
Purchased two Southdown rams at the sheep sales of the Royal Show in Perth in October 1935 [5: 1-Nov-1935]
Sold nine bales of wool at the Perth Wool Sale on 7 October 1935 - 4 bales at 15¼d., 4 at 14¼d. and 1 at 12d. per pound [5: 11-Oct-1935]
One of twelve who attended the Annual Meeting of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society on 15 November 1935 [5: 22-Nov-1935]
Attended the funeral of Miss "May" Mary L. LANG of Carnamah at the Winchester Cemetery on 26 November 1935 [5: 29-Nov-1935]
Member of the Winchester Cricket Club in 1935-36 [5: 3-Jan-1936]
Competed in the Parkinson Tennis Club's New Year Tennis Tournament in Carnamah on Wednesday 1 January 1936 [5: 3-Jan-1936]
Nominated and elected Manager for the Carnamah District Cricket Association's Country Week team in 1936 [5: 24 & 31-Jan-1936]
Attended the funeral of Carnamah agent William B. SHERIDAN at the Winchester Cemetery on 27 January 1936 [5: 31-Jan-1936]
Advertised in March 1936 that he had a four-burner Perfection oil stove with oven in good order for sale for £4/10/- [5: 13-Mar-1936]
Attended the public meeting on the question of Saturday Afternoon Closing in Carnamah on Thursday 19 March 1936 [5: 27-Mar-1936]
     The proposition was to replace the half-day holiday on Thursday afternoons with a half-day holiday on Saturday afternoons [5]
     The driving force was some of the local sporting bodies, who wished to play their organised sport on Saturday instead of Sunday [5]
     He was for sport on Saturday afternoons, as employees sometimes weren't fit for work on Monday after playing on Sunday [5]
Played for the combined Winchester-Waddy-Coorow tennis team against Carnamah-Parkinson on Sunday 5 April 1936 [5: 3-Apr-1936]
Wrote to the Three Springs Agricultural Society in 1936 with suggestions about the allotment of trophies for their sheep section [5]
     In his letter also tendered his appreciation for the assistance the stewards of the Society's sheep section had provided [5: 1-May-1936]
Attended the Farewell Social for George & Ester MULLIGAN at Marathon Farm in Winchester on Thursday 25 June 1936 [5: 3-Jul-1936]
Sold 266 sheep through Westralian Farmers Ltd with seven consignments to the Midland Market between June and December 1936 [5]
     The sheep comprised 125 lambs (17 at 21/4, 12 at 20/7, 3 at 17/4, 11 at 17/-, 37 shorn at 16/4, 32 at 16/4, 6 at 12/1, 7 at 12/-), [5]
     92 suckers (44 at 20/10, 15 at 20/1, 33 at 15/10), 24 hoggets (20 at 20/1, 4 at 18/4), 21 ewes (1 at 22/10, 20 at 14/4), [5]
     and 4 wethers at 33/7 per head [5: 19-Jun-1936, 28-Aug-1936, 4 & 18-Sep-1936, 2 & 23-Oct-1936, 24-Dec-1936]
Attended the Sheep Demonstration held at the sheep yards on Dunester Farm in Carnamah on 12 August 1936 [5: 14-Aug-1936]
Financial Member of the Coorow-Waddy Forest Districts Agricultural Society in 1936 [150]
Successfully exhibited in the Sheep and Wool sections of the Coorow-Waddy Agricultural Show on Thursday 3 September 1936 [5]
     In the Wool section received 1st prize for Border Leicester Merino Cross Fleece and 2nd prize for Medium Wool Merino Fleece [5]
     Awarded both 1st and 2nd prizes for Three First-Cross Fat Lambs in the Sheep section [5: 4 & 11-Sep-1936]
Exhibited in the Wool and Sheep sections of the Carnamah Agricultural Show on Thursday 10 September 1936 [5: 11 & 18-Sep-1936]
     Won 1st prize for Three Fat Lambs, Down Breed, Suitable for Export - for which he received the Dalgety Trophy [5]
     Awarded both 1st and 2nd prizes for Two Merino Fleeces and for Crossbred Fleece, both judged for their commercial value [5]
     Won 2nd prize for Three Fat Merino Wethers - skins valued at 14/6, dressed weight of their carcasses estimated at 62 pounds [5]
     Won 2nd for Two Strong Wool Merino Fleeces, Border Leicester Ram, and Three Fat Long-Wool Lambs Suitable for Export [5]
     At the Show Ball received the Dalgety Trophy and the Patrick Trophy as the most successful exhibitor of the Wool section [5]
Sold four bales of wool at 13½d. per pound through Westralian Farmers Ltd at the Perth Wool Sale on 5 October 1936 [5: 16-Oct-1936]
Competitor in the Parkinson Tennis Club's Tennis Tournament held in Carnamah on New Year's Day 1 January 1937 [5: 8-Jan-1937]
Competed in the Carnamah Tennis Club's Easter Tennis Tournament at Centenary Park in Carnamah in March 1937 [5: 2-Apr-1937]
Sold 132 sheep through Westralian Farmers Ltd with three consignments to the Midland Market from June to August 1937 [5]
     61 suckers (28 at 24/1, 18 at 22/10, 15 at 22/4), 60 lambs (29 at 21/10, 18 at 20/7, 12 at 21/4, 1 at 17/10), [5]
     7 wethers (6 at 34/1, 1 at 13/7) and 4 ewes at 23/7 per head [5: 25-Jun-1937, 30-Jul-1937, 20-Aug-1937]
Spoke on behalf of the Winchester Tennis Club at the Social Evening tendered to Alice M. PETHICK on 26 June 1937 [5: 2-Jul-1937]
In July 1937 his father, who lived at Numurkah in Victoria, arrived to spend a lengthy holiday with them in Winchester [5: 23-Jul-1937]
Extended a welcome to the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in WA when he visited Carnamah on 4 August 1937 [5: 6-Aug-1937]
Gave a recitation to the crowd of over 300 at the Community Concert at the Carnamah Hall on 11 August 1937 [5: 13-Aug-1937]
Steward of the Sheep section of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's Annual Show on 9 September 1937 [5: 28-May-1937]
     At the Show he won 1st prize for Southdown Ram and received 2nd prize for Three Fat Longwool Lambs Suitable for Export [5]
     In the Wool section he won 1st prizes for Crossbred Fleece and Merino Fleece Judged for Commercial Value [5: 17-Sep-1937]
Member of the Winchester and Billeroo grasshopper eradication committee in 1937 [0: image 02876]
On 3 November 1937 delivered the first load of wheat to the Winchester railway siding for the 1937 harvest [0: image 03704]
Vice President of the Billeroo Cricket Club in 1938 and 1939 [0: images 03778 & 03853]
Member of the Billeroo Bush Fire Brigade in 1939 [0: image 03024]
Obtained the telephone in 1939 - was telephone number Carnamah-9K from 1939 to 1947 [60]
Foundation Committee Member of the Carnamah District War and Patriotic Fund in 1940 [0: image 03074]
Committee Member of the Carnamah District War and Patriotic Fund in 1941 and 1942 [0: images 04014 & 04174]
Private in the local Volunteer Defence Corps during the Second World War [16]
Served on the Board of the North Midlands District Hospital in Three Springs from 1943 to 1947 [109]
Member of the Carnamah Bush Fire Brigade in 1944 [0: image 04590]
By 1944 had been made a Justice of the Peace for the Victoria Magisterial District of Western Australia [22]
     As a local Justice of the Peace he presided as Magistrate over cases that went before the Carnamah Police Court [22]
     Between 1944 and 1953 presided as Magistrate at four cases that went before the Carnamah Police Court [22]
     The Carnamah Police Court dealt with cases for Carnamah, Winchester, Waddy Forest, Coorow, Marchagee and Gunyidi [22]
Said the prayer at the thanksgiving peace celebrations at the Carnamah Hall on Thursday 23 August 1945 [0: image 04356]
During the 1940s was a pallbearer at the funerals of Gordon PERRY, William John PETHICK, [0] [4]
     John MCINTOSH, John Maurice HAIG and Thomas LAWSON at the Winchester Cemetery in Carnamah [0] [4]
Member of the Carnamah Presbyterian Church's management board in 1947 [0: image 04468]
In 1947 ceased leasing Avalon Farm in Winchester [P212] and sold his own 820 acres in Winchester to John & Charles B. LAWSON [3]
Farmer in Waddy Forest 1947-1962 [3]
     In 1947 [P212] purchased 1,248 acres of farmland in Waddy Forest being Lot M1282 of Victoria Location 2023 [3]
     His new property in Waddy Forest was previously owned by the late Price Willis HUNT, who had died in 1946 [3]
Member of the Coorow-Waddy Forest Districts Agricultural Society [4: 5-Feb-1949, 7-Apr-1951, 21-Sep-1956]  [150]
     Committee Member in 1947 and 1951, Secretary in 1948, Secretary and Treasurer in 1949 and 1950, and President in 1956
     Head Steward of the Sheep section at the Coorow-Waddy Forest Districts Agricultural Society's Tenth Annual Show in 1947 [150]
Member of the Coorow-Waddy Forest branch of the Farmers' Union of WA in 1950 and 1951 [4: 18-Mar-1950, 7-Apr-1951]
Member of the Waddy Forest Tennis Club in 1950-51 [4: 7-Apr-1951]
Member of the Coorow Golf Club - was Vice President and Auditor in 1951, and President in 1952 [4: 7-Apr-1951, 2-Aug-1952]
Founding Committee Member of the Coorow Pasture Improvement Group in 1954 [4: 18-Dec-1954]
He was one of the directors of the North Midlands Farmers' Co-Operative Company Limited in 1956 [4: 19-Apr-1957]
Judged the sheep section at the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's Annual Show in September 1956 [4: 14-Sep-1956]
Pallbearer at the funeral of Mrs Mora CHAPMAN on 13 March 1957 at the Winchester Cemetery, Carnamah [5: 15-Mar-1957]
During the 1961-62 financial year sold his farm in Waddy Forest, Lot M1282 of Victoria Location 2023, to MITCHELL Bros [2]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Doubleview [2]
Father of Bob and Ron [P212]
Died 15 February 1977; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Sir T. Meagher Gardens, Lawn 5C, AJ, 2) [2]


Mrs Edith Bronwyn ADAMS
Wife of "Jim" James Leslie ADAMS; see Edith Bronwyn PRITCHARD


Francis William ADDICOAT
Born 1905 in Northam, Western Australia [15]
Son of James Henry ADDICOAT and Louisa NOBLE [15]
Farmer in Carnamah 1926-1931 [19] [50] [27]
Member of the Gimlets Cricket Club in 1930-31 [4: 22-Nov-1930]
"Addicoat Bros" made a donation to the Carnamah Country Women's Association in 1932 to aid them in buying premises [5: 29-Jul-1932]
Married Dulcie J. HOCKING in Perth in 1941 [66]
Later resided in the Perth suburb of Cloverdale [2]
Died 22 April 1986; cremated at the Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA [2]


James Henry ADDICOAT Snr
Born 6 March 1870 in Wallaroo, South Australia [55]
Son of William ADDICOAT and Phillis PENROSE [55]
Married Louisa NOBLE in 1897 in Perth, Western Australia [15]
Engineer in Northam in partnership with James H. MATTHEWS, trading as "Addicoat & Matthews" in 1905 and 1906 [6]
Engineer in Northam in partnership with a Mr CLIFTON, trading as "Addicoat & Clifton" 1907-1918 [6]
     For a time they were Engineers and Coach Builders in Wellington Street, Northam and Motor Agents in Peel Terrace, Northam [6]
     In 1917 and 1918 they were the proprietors of a Motor Garage in Fitzgerald Street, Northam [6]
Resided at 49 Guildford Road in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley 1919-1923 [6]
Motor Mechanic at 493 Murray Street, Perth in 1921; and a Motor Mechanic at 397 Murray Street, Perth in 1922 [6]
Resided at 43 Guildford Road in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley 1924-1927 [6]
His sons trading as "Addicoat Bros" were Motor Engineers at 43 Guildford Road in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley 1925-1927 [6]
His son James H. ADDICOAT Jnr and Alfred J. MORT purchased 2,568 acres of virgin land in Carnamah on 18 January 1926 [27]
     On 30 October 1926 the contract to purchase the land was transferred into his name and those of his sons James and Francis [27]
     The 2,568 acres was Lot M1613 of Victoria Location 2023, situated on both the north and south sides of the Caron Road [27] [62]
     The land was purchased from the Midland Railway Company for £1,220/3/2 (9/6 per acre), payable by instalments [27]
On 10 June 1926 purchased 1,500 acres of adjoining virgin land in partnership with his sons James, Leo and Francis [27]
     The 1,500 acres was Lot M1644 of Victoria Location 2023, situated on the north side of the Caron Road [27] [62]
     The land was purchased from the Midland Railway Company for £750 (10/- per acre), payable by instalments over 15 years [27]
Farmer in Carnamah in partnership with his sons as "Addicoat & Sons" 1926-1932 [3] [6] [27]
     His sons James H. ADDICOAT Jnr and Francis W. ADDICOAT resided on and farmed the property [19]
     Addicoat & Sons had an account with Carnamah blacksmith, wheelwright and motor mechanics Henry Parkin & Son in 1929 [53]
     In 1931 they had P.O. Box 50 at the Carnamah Post Office [50]
Himself and his wife resided at 43 Guildford Road in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley until 1927 [6]
They then resided at 48 Venn Street in North Perth 1928-1930, and then on the farm in Carnamah in 1931 and 1932 [6] [19]
All of the farmland, both Lots M1613 and M1644, had been transferred into just his and his son James' name on 31 October 1930 [27]
Himself and his son James sold their 4,068 acres of farmland in Carnamah to Maurice S. B. AUNGER on 26 July 1932 [3] [27]
Resided at 347 Fitzgerald Street, North Perth in 1933 [6]
Resided at 62 First Avenue in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley in 1934 and 1935 [6]
In 1936 himself and his wife were living on Eleventh Avenue in the Perth suburb of Maylands [50]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Maylands [2]
Father of Dolphin Ruby, Doris Louise, James Henry, Leo and Francis William [15] [54] [55]
Died 22 October 1944; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Anglican, ZB, 101) [2]


James Henry ADDICOAT Jnr
Born 1901 in Long Gully, Victoria, Australia [15]
Son of James Henry ADDICOAT and Louisa NOBLE [15]
Resided with his parents in Northam, Western Australia 1905-1918 and then in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley 1919-1926 [6]
Motor Engineer with his brother Leo as "Addicoat Bros" at 43 Guildford Road in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley 1925-1927 [6] [50]
Farmer in Carnamah 1926-1932 [3] [19] [27]
On 18 January 1926 himself and Alfred John MORT purchased 2,568 acres of virgin land in Carnamah [27]
     The 2,568 acres was Lot M1613 of Victoria Location 2023, situated on both the north and south sides of the Caron Road [27] [62]
     The land was purchased from the Midland Railway Company for £1,220/3/2 (9/6 per acre), payable by instalments [27]
A few weeks later, on 6 February 1926, himself and Alfred John MORT purchased two vacant blocks in the Carnamah townsite [27]
     The two blocks were the adjacent 24 and 26 Caron Street, Carnamah (Lots 56 and 57 of Victoria Location 1936) [27]
     The townsite blocks were purchased from the Midland Railway Company for £12 each, for which they paid cash [27]
Himself and Alfred John MORT appear to have farmed together in Carnamah for nine months of 1926 [19] [27]
     On 30 October 1926 himself, his father, and his brother Francis took over the entire contract to purchase the farm [27]
     His brother Francis W. ADDICOAT appears to have also purchased MORT's share in 24 and 26 Caron Street [3] [61]
In partnership with his father and brothers Francis and Leo purchased an adjoining 1,500 acres of virgin land on 10 June 1926 [27]
     The 1,500 acres was Lot M1644 of Victoria Location 2023, situated on the north side of the Caron Road [27] [62]
     The land was purchased from the Midland Railway Company for £750 (10/- per acre), payable by instalments over 15 years [27]
Farmer in Carnamah in partnership with his father and brother Francis as "Addicoat & Sons" 1926-1932 [3] [6] [27]
     Initially only himself and his brother Francis resided on the farm in Carnamah, however their parents later joined them [6] [19]
     "Addicoat & Sons" had an account with Carnamah blacksmith, wheelwright and motor mechanics Henry Parkin & Son in 1929 [53]
On 31 October 1930 all of their farmland, Lots M1613 and M1644, were transferred into just his and his father's names [27]
Founding Member of the Carnamah Masonic Lodge No.150 WAC on 21 March 1930 [96]
Member of the Gimlets Cricket Club in 1930-31 [4: 22-Nov-1930]
Himself and his father sold their partially paid off 4,078 acre farm in Carnamah to Maurice S. AUNGER on 26 July 1932 [3] [27]
     Himself and his brother Francis sold their two blocks in Caron Street in the Carnamah townsite to the Carnamah Masonic Lodge [3]
Himself, his parents and his brother Francis appears to have all left Carnamah after the sale of the farm in mid 1932 [19]
Married Clara Amelia DYSON in Perth in 1934 [66]
Worked as a Motor Mechanic and lived at 20 Holland Street in the Perth suburb of Wembley 1934-1937 [2] [6] [50]
Died 26 July 1937; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Anglican, WB, 206) [2]


Jean Eva ADDICOAT
Born 1912 in Perth, Western Australia [15]
Daughter of James Henry ADDICOAT and Louisa NOBLE [15]
Appears to have resided in or visited Carnamah in 1930 [4]
Attended the Ball after the Carnamah Agricultural Show on 18 September 1930 in a black frock with dainty rose finish [4: 4-Oct-1930]
Attended the evening Ball after the Carnamah Races on Thursday 2 October 1930 in black lace draped frock [4: 18-Oct-1930]
Married Jack CROSSLEY in Perth in 1935 [66]
Resided with her husband, who worked as a labourer, at 89 First Avenue in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley 1936-1940 [6] [50]
Later resided in Albany and in the Perth suburb of Bentley [2] [16]
Died 20 November 1995; cremated at the Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA [2]


Mrs Louisa ADDICOAT
Wife of James Henry ADDICOAT; see Louisa NOBLE


Andrew AGNEW
Born 12 July 1913 in Lochore, Fife, Scotland [16]
Son of miner Robert AGNEW [203]
Resided with his parents at 146 Waverley Cottage in Lochore, Fife, Scotland [203]
Departed Liverpool, England on the steamship Vedic and arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on 27 November 1929 [63]
Married Alice Elizabeth MCDONALD in Perth in 1934 [66]
In 1936 he was working as a Labourer and living with his wife at 17 Byers Road in the Perth suburb of Midland Junction [50]
Private W69094 in Midland Junction's Volunteer Defence Corps during the Second World War [16]
Railway Fettler / Railway Repairer in Carnamah in 1962 [19] [22]
He resided in one of the railway cottages in Carnamah [19]
Later resided in Upper Swan [2]
Died 17 August 1973; buried Guildford Cemetery, Perth suburb of Guildford (General, C, 33) [22]


Rev. Frederick AGNEW
Presbyterian Home Missionary in Carnamah in 1925 and 1926 [6] [19]
He appears to have been the first minister or missionary of any faith to be stationed in Carnamah [--]
Held his first service in Carnamah on the night of Sunday 19 July 1925 [9: 24-Jul-1925]
Conducted services in Carnamah every Sunday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday School weekly at 10 a.m. [9: 24-Jul-1925]
His wife was one the costume judges at the Grand Plain & Fancy Dress Ball held in the Carnamah Hall on 6 August 1925 [9: 21-Aug-1925]
Officiated at the marriage of Lionel O. FERGUSON and Beatrice M. PARKIN in Carnamah on 25 August 1925 [9: 11-Sep-1925]
Carnamah Notes in The Midlands Advertiser reported "Rev Agnew is very popular and a large congregation is the result" [9: 7-Aug-1925]
Member of the Carnamah Tennis Club - was Secretary in 1925-26 [9: 25-Sep-1925]
Officiated at the marriage of Colin C. CUMMING and Eva M. GREEN at the Carnamah Hall on 9 March 1926 [9: 19-Mar-1926]
Presbyterian Home Missionary in Kulin in 1927 [6]


Patrick AHERN
Labourer in Winchester 1911-1914 [19]


John Anthony AIREY
Born 1896 in Manchester, Lancashire, England [20] [21]
Son of brass finisher William Henry AIREY and Ellen KILGOUR [20] [21]
He was one of at least seven children with elder siblings Maria and William, and younger siblings Nellie, Ivy, Alice and Albert [20]
Was living with his parents and then three siblings at 3 Ashcroft Street in North Manchester, Lancashire, England in 1901 [20]
In 1911 he was living with his parents and six siblings at 105 Doidge Road in Erdington, Warwickshire, England [20]
Milling Machine Hand in 1911, while his sister Maria was a Stator Winder and his brother William an Electric Transformer [20]
He departed London, England on the steamship Hobsons Bay on 27 February 1922 destined for Fremantle, Western Australia [203]
In 1925 he was working as a Motor Mechanic and living at 15 Fairfield Street in the Perth suburb of Mount Hawthorn [50]
Married "Netta" Marie Antoinette STOCKS nee DE BEER in Perth in 1927 [66]
He had worked in England as a Fitter and in 1930 was a Motor Mechanic in Carnamah [19] [203]
From 1927 until 1930 his wife resided in Winchester, where her mother and stepfather were the farmer of Heppleholme Farm [19]
In 1936 he was working as an Engine Driver and living with his wife at 6 Turner Street in Kalgoorlie [50]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Yokine [2]
Died 18 December 1971; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Anglican, Lawn 6, Q13) [2]


K. AIREY
Member of the Inering Tennis Club in 1932 [5: 30-Sep-1932]
On Sunday 11 September 1932 he was presented with the trophy for having won the Inering Tennis Tournament [5: 16-Sep-1932]
Member of the East Carnamah Cricket Club in 1932-33 [5: 28-Oct-1932]


Mrs "Netta" Marie Antoinette AIREY
Wife of John Anthony AIREY; see "Netta" Marie Antoinette DE BEER


Quentin AIREY
Born 12 June 1904 in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia [16]
Son of Peter AIREY and Martha Watts LINTERN [74]
Farmhand for Frank LUCAS on Floradale Farm on the Inering Estate in Carnamah in 1932 [19]
Married Violet Grant WALTON in 1935 [66]
Resided in the Perth hills suburb of Kalamunda prior to enlisting in the Australian Army on 6 August 1940 [16]
Signalman WX7561 in the Signals Section of the Australian Army's 25 Australian Infantry Brigade during the Second World War [16]
Discharged from the Australian Army on 17 October 1944 [16]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of North Perth [2]
Died 15 July 1989; ashes scattered to the wind at the Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA [2]


Christopher Alexander AITKEN
Shop Assistant in Carnamah, Western Australia in 1930 [19]
Foundation Member of the Carnamah Golf Club in 1930 [4: 10-May-1930]
Initiated as a member of Carnamah Lodge of the Manchester Unity of Oddfellows Friendly Society on 1 September 1930 [4: 6-Sep-1930]
In 1936 he was a working as a Labourer and living at 457 Chapple Street in Broken Hill, New South Wales Australia [50]


Mrs Marie Jeanette AITKEN
Wife of Christopher Alexander AITKEN [19]
Resided in Carnamah in 1930 [19]
She gave birth to a son Maurice Henry at the Carnamah Private Hospital in Carnamah on 11 December 1930 [4: 20-Dec-1930] [30: item 4259559]
By 1936 they were living at 457 Chapple Street in Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia [50]
When her son enlisted in the Royal Australian Navy in 1950 she was still living on Chapple Street in Broken Hill [30: item 4259559]


F. ALBRECHT
Accidentally hit James H. ROWLAND at the football grounds at Centenary Park, Carnamah on 23 September 1934 [5: 28-Sep-1934]
The car he was driving belonged to Mrs Florence E. BREWER, licensee of the Carnamah Hotel, so he may have worked there [5]
Visiting Member of the Carnamah Rifle Club in 1934 [5: 12-Oct-1934]
Himself and Billee BREWER travelled from Carnamah to Geraldton by car on Thursday 21 February 1935 [5: 22-Feb-1935]


Mrs Beatrice Elaine ALEXANDER
Wife of Kenneth Lionel ALEXANDER; see Beatrice Elaine ARCHER


Ernest Geoffrey ALEXANDER
Born 28 February 1923 in Bradford, Yorkshire, England [16]
Son of Louis ALEXANDER and Hilda HOYLE [16] [63]
Departed Tilbury, England with his parents on the Baradine and arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on 10 October 1927 [63]
Resided with his parents in Carnamah 1928-1932 [19]
Resided in the Perth suburb of Nedlands prior to enlisting in the Australian Army on 12 December 1942 [16]
Corporal WX35954 in the Australian Army's 17 Ordnance Depot during the Second World War [16]
Married Joyce Winifred SMITH in Perth in 1944 [66]
Discharged from the Australian Army on 17 January 1946 [16]
In 1950, when his daughter Margaret was baptised, he was living at 70 Hamersley Road in the Perth suburb of Subiaco [84]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Hamersley [2]
Died 25 January 1974; ashes interred Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park, Perth WA (Cassia Court, Ground Niche, 70) [2]


Mrs Hilda ALEXANDER
Wife of Louis ALEXANDER; see Hilda HOYLE


"Ken" Kenneth Lionel ALEXANDER
Born 3 June 1926 in Bradford, Yorkshire, England [16]
Son of Louis ALEXANDER and Hilda HOYLE [16] [63]
Departed Tilbury, England with his parents on the Baradine and arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on 10 October 1927 [63]
Resided with his parents in Carnamah 1928-1932 [19]
Attended the Inering Picnic on BATTY's Farm on Sunday 7 September 1930 - won the 4 to 6 year Boys Running Race [4: 20-Sep-1930]
Came 3rd in the Under 5 years Boys Running Race at the Centenary Celebrations in Carnamah on 13 September 1929 [4: 21-Sep-1929]
Married Beatrice Elaine ARCHER in Perth in 1948 [66]
Known to have resided in the Perth suburb of Midland Junction and in Albany [2] [16]
Died 17 July 1984; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (RC Section, Garden of Remembrance, 2, 75) [2]
His wife resided in Carnamah prior to her death at the age of 56 years on 13 September 1984 [2]


Louis ALEXANDER
Born 10 June 1894 in Bradford, Yorkshire, England [16]
Son of grocers porter Robert Edward ALEXANDER and Hannah Maria ACKROYD [20] [21]
He was living with his parents and brothers Harold and Edgar at 109 Belgrave Place, Lumb Lane in Bradford, Yorkshire in 1901 [20]
In 1911 he was working as a Tax Collector Clerk and was living with his parents and two brothers at 33 Lumb Lane in Bradford [20]
Married Hilda HOYLE in 1921 in Yorkshire, England [21]
On 12 August 1927 purchased 1000 acres of virgin land in Carnamah, Western Australia from the Midland Railway Company [27]
The 1,000 acres was Lot M1739 of Victoria Location 2022 and came at a cost of £400, payable by instalments over 15 years [27]
Departed Tilbury, England with wife and sons on the Baradine and arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on 10 October 1927 [63]
Farmer in Carnamah 1928-1932 [19]
His 1,000 acre farm was situated on the east side of the Carnamah-Perenjori Road [62]
He appears to have resided in Carnamah with his wife Hilda and their children from 1928 to 1932 [19]
Their address in Carnamah was initially care of his wife's brother-in-law Smith Ewart JACKSON [34]
In 1929 had an account with Carnamah blacksmith, wheelwright and motor mechanics Henry Parkin & Son [53]
The Midland Railway Company rescinded the sale on his farm on 20 July 1936, and days later sold it to Mrs Lola MILLARD [27] [34]
Known to have later resided in the Perth suburbs of Nedlands and Safety Bay [2] [16]
Father of Ernest and Kenneth [16] [63]
Died 17 August 1959; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Crematorium Rose Gardens, N, 122) [2]


"Alf" Arthur ALFIERI
Born January 1874 in Stoke Upon Trent, Stafford, England [30: item 3026339]
Baptised on 21 January 1874 at the Parish Church in Norwood near Stoke Upon Trent in Stafford, England [33]
Son of Charles ALFIERI and Elizabeth Julia MARRINER [33]
In 1881 was living with his father at the Norwood Academy, Stoke Upon Trent where his father was a private school headmaster [20]
By 1891 was an Apprentice Jeweller with George O. NEAL in Saint Marylebone, London, England [20]
During the 1890s left England and migrated to South Australia [20] [69]
Departed South Australia on the Helen Nicoll and arrived in Esperance, Western Australia on 1 August 1895 [69]
Prospector in Ravensthorpe in 1903 [50]
Resided in Ravensthorpe until 1911, and then in the Perth hills locality of Kelmscott in 1912 [6]
Married Kathleen Maud Lilly FALKNER in 1906 in Western Australia [66]
In 1915 was working as a Carpenter and living in Victoria Street in the Perth suburb of Cottesloe Beach [94]
Enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force on 7 January 1916 in Blackboy Hill WA; regimental number 4750 [30: item 3026339]
On enlistment was noted as being 5 feet 9½ inches tall, weighing 10 stone with brown hair, medium eyes and a dark complexion [30]
Embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia for active service abroad on the H.M.A.T. Ulysses on 1 April 1916 [94]
Served as a Private in various units of the Australian Imperial Force's 16th Battalion during the First World War [30]
Most of his service was spent as a Private in the 15th Reinforcements and later the 4th Division Cycling Company [30]
Served honourably in France where he was once wounded and twice injured resulting in three hospitalisations [30]
Received the British War Medal and the Victory Medal [30]
After the war returned to Australia on the ship Main and was discharged from the Australian Imperial Force on 20 November 1919 [30]
By May 1920 was living at Glen Iris near Bunbury [30]
Orchardist in Glen Iris near Bunbury 1920-1926 [6] [30]
On 9 January 1926 purchased 838 acres of virgin land in Carnamah from the Midland Railway Company [27]
Purchased the farm after inspecting the property with the Midland Railway Company's ranger Frederick C. WOODS [34]
The 838 acres was Lot M1083 of Victoria Location 1935 on the Bunjil Road and cost £586, payable by instalments over 15 years [27]
Farmer in Carnamah 1928-1934 [6] [19]
In 1932 built a house out of bush timber and whitewashed hessian bags on Lindum Farm near Carnamah [P37]
The house he built on Lindum Farm was for his recently married daughter Doris and son-in-law Bill DRING [P37]
The local newspaper revealed on 15 June 1934 that a parcel had arrived for him at the Carnamah Railway Station [5: 15-Jun-1934]
Appears to have sold his farm to Thomas H. PERRY during the 1934-35 financial year [3]
He may have remained in Carnamah as he sold two pigs at 46/6 per head through Dalgety & Co Ltd on 8 April 1936 [5: 10-Apr-1936]


Arthur Mariner ALFIERI
Born 3 August 1908 in Esperance, Western Australia [16]
Son of "Alf" Arthur ALFIERI and Kathleen Maud Lilly FAULKNER [P37]
Contractor in Carnamah in 1930-1932 [19]
Married Patricia Estella THOMASON in 1933 [66]
Resided in Harvey prior to enlisting in the Australian Army on 27 July 1940 [16]
Private WX5375 in the Australia Army's AIF Base Area Signals during the Second World War [16]
Discharged from the Australian Army on 26 July 1944 [16]
Later resided in the Perth suburb of Nollamara [2]
Died 2 July 1990; ashes scattered over the rose garden at the Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA [2]


"Dorrie" Doris Jessie ALFIERI
Born 1910 [15]
Daughter of "Alf" Arthur ALFIERI and Kathleen Maud Lilly FAULKNER [P37]
Attended the Fancy Dress Ball held in Carnamah dressed as "Springtime" on Thursday 28 August 1930 [4: 6-Sep-1930]
Attended the Show Ball following the annual Carnamah Show on 18 September 1930 in a frock of orange flowered voile [4: 4-Oct-1930]
Married "Bill" Charles William DRING in 1932 [66]
Her father built them a house on Bill's farm out of bush timber and whitewashed hessian bags [P37]
Resided with her husband on Lindum Farm on the Carnamah-Bunjil Road near Carnamah [P37]
Cooked meals for her family and workmen on the farm with no electricity or running water [P37]
Attended in a dress of pink crepe de chine the local Roman Catholic Church's building fund Ball on 24 May 1930 [4: 31-May-1930]
Attended the Carnamah Grand Ball at the Carnamah Town Hall on Thursday 28 July 1932 in a gown of white crepe satin [5: 5-Aug-1932]
Attended the Carnamah Roman Catholic Church's Annual Ball on 6 August 1932 in a gown of navy crepe satin ensemble [5: 19-Aug-1932]
Attended the Show Ball following the Carnamah Show on 15 September 1932 in a gown of floral crepe-de-chine [5: 23-Sep-1932]
Attended the Carnamah Church of England's New Year Ball held at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 30 December 1933 [5: 5-Jan-1934]
Attended the Coronation Ball at the Carnamah Hall on Wednesday evening 12 May 1937 dressed in blue marocain [5: 14-May-1937]
Drove her, her sister's and some of the neighbours children to the Caron State School in an old bus 1942-1947 [P37]
Resided on Lindum Farm near Carnamah until about 1988 [P37]
Later resided in the Perth suburb of Applecross [P37]
Mother of Wendy, Peter, Beryl and Beverley [P37]
Died 17 June 2001; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Anglican, ZS, 405) [2]


"Vi" Violet Hazel ALFIERI
Born 1915 [15]
Daughter of "Alf" Arthur ALFIERI and Kathleen Maud Lilly FAULKNER [P37]
Attended the Fancy Dress Ball held in Carnamah dressed as "Shell Motor Spirit" on Thursday 28 August 1930 [4: 6-Sep-1930]
Attended the Show Ball following the annual Carnamah Show on 18 September 1930 in a frock of pink georgette [4: 4-Oct-1930]
On Thursday 28 July 1932 attended the Carnamah Grand Ball at the Carnamah Town Hall [5: 5-Aug-1932]
Attended the Carnamah Roman Catholic Church's Annual Ball on 6 August 1932 in a gown of blue crepe-de-chine [5: 19-Aug-1932]
Attended the Show Ball following the Carnamah Agricultural Show on Thursday 15 September 1932 [5: 23-Sep-1932]
Married George DRING in 1933 [66]
Resided with her husband on Lindum Farm on the Carnamah-Bunjil Road near Carnamah [P37]
Cooked meals for her family and workmen on the farm with no electricity of running water [P37]
Attended the Carnamah Church of England's New Year Ball held at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 30 December 1933 [5: 5-Jan-1934]
On 12 May 1934 attended the Carnamah Football Club's Opening Ball in a dress of floral silk velvet with red flowers [5: 18-May-1934]
Member of the Caron Tennis Club in 1936-37 [5: 19-Mar-1937]
Competed in the Carnamah Tennis Club's Easter Tennis Tournament at Centenary Park in Carnamah in March 1937 [5: 2-Apr-1937]
Attended the Coronation Ball at the Carnamah Hall on Wednesday evening 12 May 1937 in "red embossed marocain" [5: 14-May-1937]
On occasion relieved her sister Dorrie in diving an old bus which took their and some nearby children to the Caron State School [P37]
Resided in Perth with her children from 1942 to 1944 while her husband served in the Royal Australian Air Force [P37]
After her husband's discharge in November 1944 they returned to the farm near Carnamah [P37]
At this time or shortly afterwards they shifted from Lindum Farm to Kelstern Farm in Caron [P37]
Resided with her husband and children on Kelstern Farm in Caron [P37]
Later resided in the Perth suburb of Cottesloe [2]
Mother of John, Barbara, Julie and Nola [P37]
Died 31 March 1978; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (EC Section, Garden of Remembrance, 17, 73) [2]


Leo Colin Campbell ALLAN
Born 2 July 1893 in Tasmania, Australia [15]
Son of John ALLAN and Elizabeth Ann HOLLOW [15]
Farmer in Perenjori, Western Australia 1914-1916 [19]
Farmer in Bunjil, Western Australia 1917-1927 [19]
Farmer in Carnamah 1945-1947 [6]
     Treasurer in 1945 and Vice President in 1947 of the Carnamah Football Club [0: image 04342 & 04466]
     Financial Member of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society in 1946 [13]
     He could be the Mr ALLAN who managed the Inering Homestead Farm for Bedwell, Ludeman & McIntosh [P61]
Later worked as a Stockman for S. Arnold RUDDUCK on Koobabbie Farm in Waddy Forest [P364]
Died August 1961 in Coorow; buried Three Springs General Cemetery, Three Springs (Roman Catholic, Row 3, Plot 91) [24]


Leslie George ALLAN
Born C.1893 [2]
Farmhand in Carnamah 1939-1941 [19] [50]
In 1939 was working for George CATTO and residing on Piyowola Farm on the Inering Estate in Carnamah [19] [50]
Financial Member of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society in 1941 [13]
Resided of late in South Perth [2]
Died 6 August 1958; ashes scattered over the rose garden at the Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA [2]


Clarice ALLEN
Born 1880 in Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire, England [20] [21]
Daughter of printer compositor George ALLEN and Hannah BUSFIELD [20] [21]
In 1881 was living with her parents and brother George on Tanners Row in High & Low Bishopside, Yorkshire, England [20]
Later resided with her parents for a number of years in Loughborough, Leicestershire, England [20]
In 1891 was with her parents and siblings George, Percy, Nellie, Arthur and Gerald at 1 Albert Place in Loughborough [20]
Ten years later in 1901 was living with her parents, brother Arthur and sister Nellie at 11 Queens Road in Loughborough [20]
In 1901 she was working as a Clerk at an elastic factory, and possibly the same factory as factory overseer Fred TUNGATE [20]
Married "Fred" Frederick TUNGATE in 1903 in Leicestershire, England [21]
In 1911 and was living with her husband and their daughter Vera on Knight Thorpe Road in Loughborough, Leicestershire [20]
Her husband departed London, England on the steamship Orsova and arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on 7 July 1914 [70]
Twenty four days later herself and their daughter Vera departed London, England on the Otway for Fremantle, Western Australia [203]
Resided with her husband and daughter on Auchindoir Farm in Winchester, Western Australia in 1915 and 1916 [19] [50]
Her husband worked as a farmhand on Auchindoir for George W. J. REID, who he'd met during his voyage to Western Australia [34]
By later 1916 they had left Winchester and shifted to Cardonia Farm in Woolundra [50]
Along with her husband and children left Western Australia in 1920 and returned to live in England [204]
They departed Fremantle, Western Australia on the steamship Ormonde and arrived in London, England on 9 July 1920 [204]
After only a few months back in England they left once more and immigrated to Canada [204] [216]
They departed London, England on the steamship Saxonia and arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada on 29 November 1920 [216]
Resided at 73 Hyde Park Avenue in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada [216]
Visited England in 1926 and 1934 and on both occasions stayed at 21 Queens Road in Loughborough, Leicestershire, England [204]
Departed Montreal, Canada on the steamship Ascania and arrived in London, England on 1 June 1926 [204]
Departed Liverpool, England  the steamship Athenia on 24 July 1926 and arrived in Quebec, Canada on 1 August 1926 [216]
Departed Montreal, Canada on the steamship Duchess of Athol and arrived in Liverpool, England on 14 July 1934 [204]
Departed Liverpool, England on the Duchess of Beiford on 24 August 1934 and arrived in Quebec, Canada on 31 August 1934 [216]
Mother of Doris [20]


"Doug" Edward Victor Douglas ALLEN
Born C.1898 in County Wexford, Ireland [71]
Son of Methodist minister Samuel ALLEN and Eliza Anne [71]
In 1911 was living with his parents and siblings at 96 Main Street in Dundrum, County Down, Ireland [71]
Went into partnership with Bill and George DRING who had settled on 2,201 acres of virgin land near Carnamah in 1926 [P37]
Farmer near Carnamah in Western Australia in partnership with Bill and George DRING from 1928 to 1933 [P37]
On 21 August 1928 purchased 4,696 acres of virgin land near Carnamah in partnership with Bill and George DRING [27]
The 4,696 acres was Lot M1776 of Victoria Location 2023 and cost £2231 which was payable by instalments over 15 years [27]
Traded with Bill and George DRING as "Dring Bros & Allen" [27]
In 1933 decided farming was not his vocation so sold his share in the farm to Bill and George DRING and returned to Ireland [P37]
DRING Bros were without the capital to pay the full amount so paid him a deposit and yearly instalments [P37]
Departed Fremantle, Western Australia on the steamship Hobsons Bay and arrived in London, England on 13 August 1934 [204]
His intended address following his arrival was 37 Ulsterville Avenue in Belfast, Northern Ireland [204]


Eileen Marie ALLEN
Born 1900 in North Carlton, Victoria, Australia [54]
Daughter of draughtsman Frederick Benjamin Cabe ALLEN and "Ellen" Catherine Ellen TERRY [50] [54]
In 1903 was living with her parents at 314 Station Street in the Melbourne suburb of North Carlton [50]
Her father, late of the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley, passed away at the age of 40 years on 12 October 1906 [2]
Her mother married Richard Thomas RYAN in 1913 [50]
In 1925 she was living with her mother and stepfather on farmland in Badgerin Rock [50]
Married George Herbert HAIG in Perth in 1935 [66]
Herself and her husband resided in Carnamah 1943-1947 [19]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Lesmurdie [2]
Mother of Joan [0: image 04251]
Died 30 December 1983; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Roman Catholic, BA, 190) [2]


Mrs "Gert" Ivy Gertrude ALLEN
Wife of "Will" William ALLEN; see "Gert" Ivy Gertrude WESTLAKE


Jeanette Valmai ALLEN
Born 23 April 1941 [14]
Daughter of "Will" William ALLEN and "Gert" Ivy Gertrude WESTLAKE [P273]
Resided with her parents on Mi Blu Aven Farm in Winchester from 1941 until C.1973 [P8]
She was one of the prize winners at the 1945 Coorow Children's Fancy Dress Ball [0: image 04331]
Educated at the Winchester State School, the Carnamah State School and at Methodist Ladies College in Claremont [P273]
On the completion of her schooling resided with her parents at Mi Blu Aven Farm in Winchester [P8]
Member of the Winchester and Coorow Tennis Clubs [P163]
Leader of Brownies/Guides in Coorow until 1973 [P273]; also Leader of Cubs in Coorow [64]
C.1973 shifted from the house at Mi Blu Aven Farm in Winchester to 17 Caron Street in Carnamah [P8]
School Bus Driver in Carnamah from 1973 until the 1990s [P273]
Member of Carnamah's branch of the Red Cross Society [141]
Member of the Winchester Tennis Club in 1957 [4: 15-Mar-1957]
Financial Member of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society -1971 [13]
Member of the Carnamah Tennis Club [P163]
Ran the Carnamah Tennis Club's Junior Tennis from 1971 to 1982 [P163]
Member of the Carnamah Hockey Club - was made a Life Member in 1978 [7: page 204]
Along with Jessie DOYLE and Gloria RAWLINGS printed and delivered Carnamah's local paper "On the Mat" in 1981 [7: page 174]
Member of the Carnamah Badminton Club - was made a Life Member in 1988 [P273]
Member of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society and the North Midlands Agricultural Society [P273]
Member of the Carnamah Uniting Church Guild [P163]
Member of Carnamah's branch of the Country Women's Association [P163]
Cleaning Employee at the Carnamah District High School in 1987 [7: page 92]
Member of the Carnamah Lions Club [P163]
Member of the Carnamah Historical Society 1987-1999 [P163]
Home and Community Care (H.A.C.C.) volunteer in Carnamah [64]
Organised the "Back to Winchester" reunion held in 1998 [P8]
Resided at 17 Caron Street, Carnamah until her death in 1999 [P8]
Godmother of David John McLean BOWMAN [64]
Died 2 May 1999; ashes interred Winchester Cemetery, Carnamah (Row D, Plot 10) [14]


"Jim" James Edward ALLEN
Born 3 March 1899 in Strathalbyn, South Australia [55]
Son of Jacob ALLEN and "Nellie" Eleanor Edith STEVENS [P273] [55]
Married Myra Gertrude HARRIS on 26 June 1926 in Unley, South Australia [55]
Farmer in Andrews, South Australia in 1928 [4: 10-Nov-1928]
In partnership with his brother Will purchased Isaac W. KNIGHT's Homesdale Farm in Winchester in October 1928 [4: 10-Nov-1928]
The farm, situated at the southerly end of the Winchester district, was 1025 acres in size and cost £4.17.6 per acre [3] [4: 10-Nov-1928] [62]
The farm's 1025 acres consisted of Lots M910 and M1438, both portions of Victoria Location 2023 [3]
Left South Australia and moved to the farm in Winchester, Western Australia in 1929 [P273]
Farmer of Homesdale / Mi Blu Aven Farm in Winchester in partnership with his brother William ALLEN 1929 to 1932 [P273]
They were telephone number Winchester-2 [60]
Attended the Euchre Party and Dances held in Winchester on 10 August 1929 and 14 September 1929 [4: 17-Aug-1929, 21-Sep-1929]
Committee Member of Winchester's branch of the Primary Producers' Association in 1930 [4: 11-Oct-1930]
Attended the funeral of "Father of Carnamah" Donald MACPHERSON at the Winchester Cemetery on 14 August 1931 [4: 22-Aug-1931]
Served on the Carnamah District Road Board representing the Winchester Ward in 1931-32 [P273] [7: page 111]
Returned to South Australia in later 1932 and soon after dissolved his partnership with his brother [P273]
Father of Margaret [55]


Mrs Myra Gertrude ALLEN
Wife of "Jim" James Edward ALLEN; see Myra Gertrude HARRIS


Westley James ALLEN
Born 13 March 1946 in Three Springs, Western Australia [1] [14]
Son of "Will" William ALLEN and "Gert" Ivy Gertrude WESTLAKE of Winchester [14]
Died 13 March 1946 in Three Springs; buried Winchester Cemetery, Carnamah (Row D, Plot 10) [1]
His burial, which was undertaken by Henry Parkin & Son of Carnamah, cost £10.6.6 [53]
The plaque on his grave at the Winchester Cemetery includes "Died at Birth Accidentally" [14]


"Will" William ALLEN
Born 9 December 1901 in Strathalbyn, South Australia [16]
Son of Jacob ALLEN and "Nellie" Eleanor Edith STEVENS [P255]
Farmer in Andrews, South Australia [P255]
In partnership with his brother Jim purchased Isaac W. KNIGHT's Homesdale Farm in Winchester in October 1928 [4: 10-Nov-1928]
The farm, situated at the southerly end of the Winchester district, was 1025 acres in size and cost £4.17.6 per acre [3] [4: 10-Nov-1928] [62]
The farm's 1025 acres consisted of Lots M910 and M1438, both portions of Victoria Location 2023 [3]
Left South Australia and moved to the farm in Winchester in 1929 [P273]
Married "Gert" Ivy Gertrude WESTLAKE on 22 February 1930 in Wallaroo, South Australia [P255]
Farmed the farm in Winchester (later known as Mi Blu Aven) in partnership with his brother Jim 1929-1932 [P273]
In 1932 they also share-farmed John W. COLPITTS's Heppleholme farm in Winchester [P273]
Jim returned to South Australia later in 1932 and their partnership was soon after dissolved [P273]
Farmer of Mi Blu Aven Farm in Winchester 1929-1961 [14] [P273]
Telephone number Winchester-2 from 1929 to 1934 and again from 1951 to 1961 [60]
Foundation Member of the Carnamah Scout Group [P255]
Member of the Winchester Hall Committee - served as President [P255]
Member of the Winchester Tennis Club in 1932-33 [5: 17-Mar-1933]
Attended the social evening tendered to Nell NORTHEY at the Winchester School on Saturday 29 June 1933 [5: 7-Jul-1933]
Attended the funeral of Mrs Christina B. D. FORRESTER of Carnamah at the Winchester Cemetery on 31 August 1934 [4: 8-Sep-1934]
Foundation Committee Member of the Winchester Cricket Club in 1934-35 [5: 24-Aug-1934, 30-Oct-1936]
Member of the Coorow Golf Club in 1935, 1936 and 1937 [5: 16-Aug-1935, 3-Jul-1936, 25-Jun-1937]
"J. E. & W. Allen" sold six bales of wool at 14¾d. per pound through Westralian Farmers Ltd on 28 October 1935 [5: 1-Nov-1935]
He was among the heaviest losers of sheep killed by dogs or dingoes in Winchester during May 1936 [5: 22-May-1936]
"Allen Bros" sold 38 lambs at 13/4, 35 lambs at 14/4 and 11 hoggets at 9/4 per head through Westralian Farmers on 1 July 1936 [5]
In the same consignment as that of Allen Bros of 1 July 1936 he sold one hogget for 26/- and one lamb for 20/4 [5: 3-Jul-1936]
Attended the Inaugural Sale of the North Midlands Stud Stockbreeders Association in Carnamah on 18 September 1936 [5: 2-Oct-1936]
At the sale "Allen Bros" bought three Merino rams, two at 4½ guineas and one at 4 guineas from the Wongyarra Stud in Carnamah [5]
Attended the Reunion of South Australians in the North Midlands at Centenary Park in Carnamah on 26 September 1936 [5: 2-Oct-1936]
Allen Bros sold 44 (41 at 16/1, 3 suckers at 13/-) through Westralian Farmers Ltd at the Midland Market in October 1936 [5: 23-Oct-1936]
"Allen Bros" advertised reaping to let for approximately 70 acres of wheat and 20 acres of barley in November 1936 [5: 13-Nov-1936]
Allen Bros sold 7 lambs at 20/10 and 1 ewe for 16/10 through Westralian Farmers Ltd at the Midland Market in June 1937 [5: 25-Jun-1937]
Financial Member of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society in 1941 [13]
Private in the local Volunteer Defence Corps during the Second World War [16]
Member of the Winchester Tennis Club in the 1940s and 1950s [0: images 04316 & 04687]
Member of the Winchester Cricket Club in 1950 [4: 25-Mar-1950]
Committee Member of the Winchester Progress Association in 1955 [0: image 04786]
Father of Graham, Jeanette and Westley [14]
Passed away at the age of 59 years at the North Midlands District Hospital in Three Springs [1]
Died 28 April 1961 in Three Springs WA; buried Winchester Cemetery, Carnamah (Row R, Plot 15) [1]
Mi Blu Aven Farm was inherited by his wife Gert, son Graham and daughter Jeanette [P8]
The farm was run by his son Graham until 1995 and was sold to Derek and Peter FOWLER in early 1999 [P8]


Cynthia Rose ALONE
Born 1962 in Three Springs, Western Australia [24]
Resided with her parents in Carnamah, where she passed away at the age of four months [24]
Died 5 December 1962 in Carnamah; buried Three Springs General Cemetery, Three Springs (Roman Catholic, Row 3, Plot 93) [24]


Maurice Henry ANCLIFFE
Born 1901 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England [21]
Son of Joseph ANCLIFF and Elizabeth HASTINGS [21]
His mother died in 1908 at the age of 33 years, and his father died in early 1909 at the age of 34 years [21]
At the age of seven years he was an orphan with younger brothers Wilfred, aged five years, and George, who was an infant [21]
Their uncle William John HASTINGS, who was a farmer in Western Australia, travelled to England to collect them [50] [203]
Himself and his brothers departed London, England with their uncle on the steamship Orama on 10 October 1913 [203]
They arrived on the steamship Orama in Fremantle, Western Australia on 11 November 1913 [70]
Resided with his uncle William, aunt Elizabeth and cousin W. G. Clayton HASTINGS on farmland in Mawson [15] [50]
Farmhand in Mawson in 1925 [50]
In partnership himself and Robert J. V. CAVE purchased 3,001 acres of virgin land in Caron on 17 September 1928 [27]
     The 3,001 acres was Lot M1779 of Victoria Location 2023 situated on the north side of the Caron Road [27] [62]
     They purchased the land from the Midland Railway Company at a cost of £1500/10/- (10/- an acre), payable by instalments [27]
Farmer in Caron 1929-1939 [19]
Farmed in partnership with Robert J. V. CAVE as "Ancliffe & Cave" from 1929 to 1937 [6]
     Although the farm was located in Caron in the Perenjori district, they were both known to be "of Carnamah" [6] [19]
     He received his mail from Carnamah and was also enrolled to vote with an address of Carnamah [6] [19]
     They wrote to the Carnamah District Road Board in November 1928 requesting a road be made to their property [4: 1-Dec-1928]
     In 1929 they had P.O. Box 60 at the Carnamah Post Office [53]
     They had an account with Carnamah blacksmith, wheelwright and motor mechanics Henry Parkin & Son in 1929 [53]
     In November 1929 they purchased a new Chevrolet 6 truck from Carnamah dealer L. Scott WYLIE [4: 9-Nov-1929]
     The local newspaper reported on 8 December 1933 that goods had arrived for them at the Carnamah Railway Station [5: 8-Dec-1933]
     Both himself and Robert J. V. CAVE were on the farm until 1933, however from 1933 to 1939 it was just himself on the farm [19]
Member of the Carnamah Cricket Club in 1928-29 and 1929-30 [4: 2-Feb-1929, 14-Dec-1929]
Member of the Gimlets Cricket Club in 1930-31 [4: 22-Nov-1930]
Married Eleanor Jane BAMFORD in Perth in 1935 [66]
An unnamed child of theirs died on 8 December 1935 and was buried at the Karrakatta Cemetery in Perth [2]
The sale of their farm was rescinded by the Midland Railway Company on 17 March 1939 [27]
The Midland Railway Company subsequently resold their former farm to Rupert J. CAMAC on 9 May 1940 [27]
His former wife Mrs Eleanor Jane ANCLIFFE married Herbert James DOYLE in Perth in 1946 [2] [66]
His uncle William John HASTINGS passed away on 29 September 1953 and was buried at the Anglican Cemetery in Beverley [138]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Gosnells [2]
Died 26 August 1974; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Anglican, PE, 50) [2]
Also known as Morris Henry ANCLIFF [2] [21]


Mrs ANDERSON
Arrived in Winchester on Tuesday 2 June 1936 [5: 5-Jun-1936]
School Teacher of the Winchester State School in Winchester for all or some of the second half of 1936 [5: 5-Jun-1936]


Hugh ANDERSON
Mechanic in Carnamah in 1930 [19]


"Adelaide" Thomasina Adelaide ANDERSON
Born 1870 in Ararat, Victoria, Australia [15]
Daughter of Ocean ANDERSON and Elizabeth BOWDEN [15]
Married Hamilton GALLEHAWK in New Zealand in 1894 [82]
They had left New Zealand and shifted to Victoria, Australia by 1906 [54]
In 1909 they were living at 31 Williamstown Road in the Melbourne suburb of Footscray where her husband was a Chef [50]
Later left Victoria and shifted to Western Australia [50]
Resided on Wilson Street in the Perth suburb of West Leederville in 1915 and 1916 [6] [50]
Resided at Overstrand on Harborne Street in the Perth suburb of West Leederville from 1917 until at least 1925 [6] [50]
Resided on her sons' Strathcona Farm in Carnamah 1928-1938 [19]
In 1932 was the owner of a Singer car with license plate CA-34 [4: 12-Nov-1932]
Herself and Mrs Hilda M. COLE returned to Carnamah on Monday 27 January 1936 after a visit to Perth [5: 31-Jan-1936]
During the 1936-37 financial year purchased 1,296 acres of farmland in Carnamah from Ernest C. ANDREWS [3]
The 1,296 acres of farmland consisted of Victoria Locations 6924 and 6927 on the Yarra Yarra Estate [3]
Her farmland in Carnamah was farmed and later owned by her son Bertie [P278]
Later resided in Kalgoorlie [2]
Mother of Bertie Woodlands, Adelaide Margurita and Herbert George [54] [82]
Died 11 August 1955; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Wesleyan, FA, 534) [2]


Frank ANDONS
Departed Adelaide, South Australia on the Coolgardie and arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on 18 December 1899 [70]
Resided in Dowerin, Western Australia before shifting to Carnamah in 1930 [4: 5-Apr-1930]
Proprietor of "The Strand Cafes" in Carnamah and Three Springs in 1930 [4: 5-Apr-1930, 4-Oct-1930]
     Both cafes provided three course meals, fruit, vegetables, confectionary, seafood, fish suppers, ice creams and soda drinks [4]
     His Strand Cafe in Carnamah was situated in Mackie's Buildings at 19 Macpherson Street, opposite the Carnamah Hotel [4]
     His Strand Cafe in Three Springs was a dining room situated at Jordan's Soda Fountain [4: 23-Aug-1930]
     Himself and his business in Carnamah were telephone number Carnamah-41 in 1930 [60]
     In August 1931 sold his Strand Cafe in Three Springs to John SIOTIS [4: 22-Mar-1931]
In May 1931 opened a Cash and Carry Grocery Store within the same premises at 19 Macpherson Street, Carnamah [3] [4: 16-May-1931]
     Proprietor of the "Cash and Carry Store" in Carnamah 1931-1933 [4: 1-Aug-1931] [5: 8-Jul-1932, 12-May-1933]
     The "Cash and Carry Store" sold groceries and all household requirements including clothing [5: 28-Apr-1933]
     Leased his shop in Mackie's Buildings at 19 Macpherson Street from its owner Robert MACKIE [3]
     Advertised his business in The Irwin Index, The Carnamah-Three Springs Times and The North Midland Times newspapers [4] [5]
Attended the funeral of "Father of Carnamah" Donald MACPHERSON at the Winchester Cemetery on 14 August 1931 [4: 22-Aug-1931]
Some of his advertisements of May and June 1933 listed his store as "The Summons Store" [5: 26-May-1933, 2-June-1933]
     "To Meet Existing Conditions - Great Reductions in All Our Lines - Money Badly Needed to Pay our Summonses" [5]
Also advertised his business in the Schedule of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's Annual Show in 1933 [13]
     "Cash and Carry Store, To Save Money shop at ANDONS where every line of Grocery, Drapery, Hardware, [13]
     Patent Medicines, Produce and Confectionary are Always Cheap - Remember This! Out Stocks are Always New. No inferior [13]
     brands stocked. I buy direct from the manufacturer - you get the benefit. You are welcome to inspect our stocks and prices. [13]
     And You're to Save Money, Time and Transport. Frank Andons, Telephone 41 - Carnamah." [13]
Vice President of the Carnamah Football Club in 1930 [4: 15-Mar-1930]
Among those who made a donation to the Carnamah Country Women's Association in 1932 to help them buy premises [5: 29-Jul-1932]
By 1934 his Cash and Carry Store in Carnamah had been taken over by William D. COLE of Moora [5: 14-Dec-1934]


Ruby ANDREW
Born 15 December 1894 in Moonta, South Australia [55]
Daughter of Abraham ANDREW and Ellen BURTON [55]
Married "Tom" Thomas Henry PERRY on 3 January 1915 in Moonta, South Australia [55]
Along with Tom and their then five children left Paskeville, South Australia in an Overland Whippet car on 26 March 1930 [P20]
The journey was made on a two wheeled track across the Nullarbor with all petrol and supplies on the running board of the car [P45]
Once they got as far as Merredin they left the main track and began following the rabbit proof fence towards Carnamah [P45]
Arrived in Carnamah at 8 p.m. on Thursday 3 April 1930 [P20]
Initially resided with her husband and five children on FRANCIS Bros' East End Farm on the Caron Road in Carnamah [P19]
For a short time taught her three children of school going age by correspondence before they attended the Billeroo State School [P20]
Provided afternoon tea for the tennis match between Gimlet Hill and Inering clubs at their home on 25 September 1932 [5: 30-Sep-1932]
Attended the Surprise 21st Birthday for George AUNGER in Carnamah on Sunday 2 October 1932 [5: 7-Oct-1932]
During the 1934-35 financial year she purchased Arthur ALFIERI's 838 acre farm in Carnamah [3]
The 838 acres was Lot M1083 of Victoria Location 1935 situated on the south side of the Carnamah-Bunjil Road [3] [62]
Resided with her family at 45 Macpherson Street in the Carnamah townsite and her children attended the Carnamah State School [P19]
Then shifted to a house on HOLLINGSWORTH's farm and her children once more attended the Billeroo State School [P19]
Resided for a period with her family in a house on HOLLINGSWORTH's farm prior to a house being built on their own property [P19]
Her husband named their 838 acre farm Karkarilla after a mine of the same name in Moonta, South Australia [P45]
Resided on Karkarilla Farm on the Carnamah-Bunjil Road in Carnamah [P19]
In the later 1930s and early 1940s ran a piggery on the farm [0: images 02915, 03033 & 03051]
Financial Member of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society in 1932 [13]
Won both 1st and 2nd prizes for a Sheaf of Green Oats for Hay at the Carnamah Agricultural Show in 1932 [5: 23-Sep-1932]
Paid £2/10/- in Vermin Bonuses by the Carnamah District Road Board during the 1933-34 financial year for killing five foxes [300]
Along with her husband and Moray and Eliza AUNGER travelled to South Australia for a holiday in January 1934 [5: 26-Jan-1934]
They returned to Western Australia by the ship Katoomba, arriving in Fremantle on Monday 12 March 1934 [5: 16-Mar-1934]
Herself and her husband attended the Parkinson Tennis Club's Dance at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 14 April 1934 [5: 20-Apr-1934]
Attended the Inering School Dance at the Carnamah Hall on the evening of Saturday 21 July 1934 [5: 27-Jul-1934]
Member of the Winchester Methodist Church Ladies Guild and later a member of the Carnamah Presbyterian Ladies Guild [P80]
Helped run the Afternoon Tea Stall at the Presbyterian Church Fair at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 18 May 1935 [5: 24-May-1935]
Won 1st prize for 1934 grown Oaten Hay at the Carnamah Agricultural Show on Thursday 12 September 1935 [5: 20-Sep-1935]
Purchased a new Sunshine harvester from local agent Oswald S. SOWERBY in November 1935 [5: 15-Nov-1935]
Along with her husband and children travelled from Carnamah to Perth by car on Monday 10 January 1936 [5: 14-Feb-1936]
Sold four pigs at 16/6 per head through Dalgety & Co Ltd at the Midland Market on Wednesday 11 March 1936 [5: 13-Mar-1936]
Sold 22 sheep suckers at 17/7 and two pigs at £2/3/6 per head through Dalgety & Co Ltd on 9 September 1936 [5: 11-Sep-1936]
Attended the Reunion of South Australians in the North Midlands at Centenary Park in Carnamah on 26 September 1936 [5: 2-Oct-1936]
Herself, her husband and their children motored from Carnamah to Perth on Thursday 4 February 1937 [5: 12-Feb-1937]
     They were accompanied by Mrs Gladys E. POTTER and daughter, and Mrs Ester F. MULLIGAN and her three children [5]
Attended the very largely attended Carnamah Tennis Dance at the Carnamah Hall on 17 April 1937 in black georgette [5: 23-Apr-1937]
Member of Carnamah's branch of the Country Women's Association [P45]
Member of Carnamah's branch of the Red Cross Society - was Vice President in 1943-44 [0: image 04247]
Member of the Carnamah Presbyterian Church's management board in 1947 [0: image 04468]
Member of the Carnamah Presbyterian Church Ladies Guild - was President in 1951 [0: image 04622]
Retired with husband to 13 Yarra Street in Carnamah town, leaving the farm to be run by their elder children [P45]
Remained the freehold owner of Karkarilla Farm (Lot M1083) until selling it to her son Allan in 1956 [3] [61]
Along with her husband left Carnamah in 1960 [P45] and shifted to Liverpool Street in Safety Bay WA [3]
Later returned with her husband to Carnamah and once more resided at their house at 13 Yarra Street [P45]
On 23 July 1973 shifted with her husband Tom to the newly constructed Lady Brand Lodge in Three Springs [147]
Resided at the Lady Brand Lodge in Three Springs until her death at the age of 83 years [147]
Mother of Eileen, Mervyn, Gordon, Kita, Allen, Maurice, Von and Shirley [P45]
Died 17 August 1980 in Three Springs; buried Winchester Cemetery, Carnamah (Row C, Plot 13) [1]


Dorothea Maude Cudmore ANDREWS
Born 1896 in Perth, Western Australia [15]
Daughter of Walter Frederick ANDREWS and Violet Mary CUDMORE [15]
Married Charles Alfred METTAM in 1923 [66]
Arrived in Carnamah with her husband and children during the last week of August 1932 [5: 2-Sep-1932]
Resided in Carnamah, where her husband was the Manager of the local Bank of Australasia 1932-1937 [5] [6]
Became a member of Carnamah's branch of the Country Women's Association shortly after arrival in Carnamah in 1932 [5: 23-Sep-1932]
Attended the "Gimlets" Annual Picnic on Sunday 18 September 1932 on Richard BATTY's farm in Carnamah [5: 23-Sep-1932]
Member of Carnamah's branch of the Country Women's Association 1933-1937 - was Vice President in 1933 [5: 9-Jun-1933, 12-Mar-1937]
Helped run the Sweets stall at the Carnamah Anglican Church Bazaar held in Carnamah on Saturday 12 August 1933 [5: 18-Aug-1933]
Member in 1934, Captain in 1935 and Committee Member in 1936 of the Carnamah Golf Club 1935 [5: 11-May-1934, 5-Apr-1935, 26-Jun-1936]
Hosted a meeting of associate members of the Carnamah Golf Club at her home on Tuesday evening 16 April 1935 [5: 19-Apr-1935]
Her parents travelled from Narrogin to visit herself and her family in Carnamah in early June 1935 [5: 7-Jun-1935]
Won the hidden number prize at the Bridge Evening held at the Carnamah Hostel on Friday evening 21 June 1935 [5: 28-Jun-1935]
Sent a floral tribute for the grave of Miss "May" Mary L. LANG at the Winchester Cemetery on 26 November 1935 [5: 29-Nov-1935]
Attended the Wedding Social & Dance for Stuart and May FORD at Koolabba Farm in Carnamah on 25 January 1936 [5: 31-Jan-1936]
Sent a floral tribute for the grave of William B. SHERIDAN of Carnamah at the Winchester Cemetery on 27 January 1936 [5: 31-Jan-1936]
Returned to Carnamah with her husband and children on Sunday 5 April 1936 after a holiday at Waterman's Bay [5: 10-Apr-1936]
Attended the Carnamah Golf Club's 1936 season Opening Day at Centenary Park in Carnamah on Sunday 26 April 1936 [5: 1-May-1936]
    Herself and T. Reginald SIZER, agency manager of Carnamah, won the mixed foursomes competition held on the Opening Day [5]
Miss Mary ROBERTS of Waddy Forest spent a few days staying with herself and her husband in May 1936 [5: 15-May-1936]
Attended the Carnamah Repertory Club's Social Evening & Play Presentation at the Carnamah Hall on 17 June 1936 [5: 19-Jun-1936]
Attended the Carnamah Anglican Church Mid-Winter Ball on Saturday 11 July 1936 dressed in forget-me-not blue colleti [5: 17-Jul-1936]
Sent a floral tribute for the grave of Mrs Florence PRICE of Carnamah at the Winchester Cemetery on 1 September 1936 [5: 4-Sep-1936]
Attended the Show Ball after the Carnamah Agricultural Show on 10 September 1936 dressed in ciel marquisette [5: 18-Sep-1936]
Attended the Carnamah Repertory Club's Social including three plays at the Carnamah Hall on Friday 2 October 1936 [5: 9-Oct-1936]
Along with her sons departed Carnamah by train on Tuesday night 26 January 1937 en route for a holiday in Narrogin [5: 29-Jan-1937]
After holidaying in Perth with her husband and sons they returned to Carnamah on Monday 1 March 1937 [5: 5-Mar-1937]
During part of April 1937 she was a patient at the Carnamah Private Hospital at 14 Robertson Street, Carnamah [5: 30-Apr-1937]
Attended the Coronation Ball at the Carnamah Hall on Wednesday evening 12 May 1937 in "turquoise blue collette" [5: 14-May-1937]
She was among the 80 who attended the Carnamah Repertory Club's Social Evening at the Carnamah Hall on 25 June 1937 [5: 2-Jul-1937]
Following her husband's transfer they left Carnamah and shifted to Perth on Thursday 22 July 1937 [5: 23-Jul-1937]
Resided at 33 Hawkstone Street in the Perth suburb of Cottesloe in 1938 and 1939 [6]
Resided at 31 Hawkstone Street in the Perth suburb of Cottesloe from 1940 until at least 1949 [6]
In 1967 she was living at 10 James Road in the Perth suburb of Swanbourne [30: item 8012536]
Applied for the Gallipoli Medallion in 1967, which was awardable to her late husband [30: item 8012536]
Later resided in the Perth suburb of Subiaco [2]
Mother of sons Peter, Charles, Robin, William [P39] and Donald [0: image 04166]
Died 25 November 1978; cremated at the Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA [2]


Mrs Eileen Elizabeth ANDREWS
Wife of Ernest Charles ANDREWS; see Eileen Elizabeth WATERHOUSE


Ernest Charles ANDREWS
Born 29 March 1889 in Brecon, Monmouthshire, Wales [16]
Son of military instructor Henry Buckingham ANDREWS and Elizabeth Jane BARNARD [P198]
His father was born in England, his mother in the East Indies while some of his siblings were born in India and some in Wales [20]
He had eight siblings, namely Kate, Alfred, Lily, Millicent, Percival, Maud, Arthur and Mary [20]
From 1875 his father served with the British Armed Forces for 33 years and 114 days when he was discharged with a pension [P198]
In the 1890s and early 1900s resided with his parents, sisters and brothers at Drill Hall in Tredegar, Monmouthshire, Wales [20]
Barman and Cellarman at the Duffryn Hotel at Mountain Ash in Llanwonno, Glamorganshire, Wales in 1911 [20]
     Lived at the Duffryn Hotel, of which his father was the hotelkeeper, with his parents, sisters Maud and Mary and brother Arthur [20]
Later resided with his parents at their "Ye Olde Hostelrie" in Goodrich, Hertfordshire, England [P198]
Regimental Sergeant Major of the South Wales Borderers in France and then Salonika, Greece during the First World War [P198]
     He was mentioned in despatches and like all British soldiers received the 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal [P198]
     Also awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal and The French Croix de Guerre and Etoile [P198]
     His three brothers and their father all served in the war and one of his sisters was the sister-in-charge of a military hospital [P198]
     His youngest brother Arthur was Killed in Action in Cambria at the age of 20 years on 23 November 1917 [P198]
     After the war he wasn't discharged and remained a Reserve Soldier [P198]
Miner of 26 Tylacelyn Road in Penygraig, Glamorganshire, Wales prior to leaving for Western Australia [203]
Departed London, England on the steamship Hobsons Bay for Fremantle, Western Australia on 27 February 1922 [203]
     He is believed to have left England and shifted to Western Australia to get away from memories of the war [P198]
     His immigration to Western Australia was sponsored by his cousin's husband James CRUTHERS [P198]
Butcher in Pithara near Dalwallinu, Western Australia 1923-1925 [19]
Butcher at 14 Macpherson Street in Carnamah, Western Australia 1926-1937 [3] [4] [6]
     In 1926 was a wholesale and retail butcher, sold fresh meat daily and specialised in corned beef and sausages [4: 14-Aug-1926]
     Had the telephone connected to his premises in 1926 - was telephone number Carnamah-17 from 1926 until 1930 [60]
     He owned the portion of 14 Macpherson Street that his butcher's shop stood on (Portion of Lot 67 of Victoria Location 1936) [3]
     Advertised his business in The Midlands Advertiser and The Irwin Index newspapers [4: 14-Aug-1926] [9: 25-Jun-1926]
Also owned 48 acres on the west side of the Carnamah townsite - Gov Lots 80, 81, 82, 83, 84 and 85 [3]
     He had slaughter yards on Gov Lot 81, on the south side of the Yarra Yarra Road (later the Carnamah-Eneabba Road) [3]
Employed the service of local builder Charles J. DALLIMORE to build him a seven room brick house in 1928 [4: 19-May-1928]
     His new home was completed in October 1928, just in time for the visit of his parents, sister and brother-in-law [4: 20-Oct-1928
     His house was located on a hill just west of the Carnamah townsite [51] [P4]
     Around October 1928 he also purchased a new six cylinder model Buick car from local dealer L. S. WYLIE [4: 20-Oct-1928]
His parents, sister and brother-in-law travelled from London to Fremantle on the Largs Bay, arriving on 18 October 1928 [63]
     He met them in Fremantle and shortly afterwards they travelled with him to his new home in Carnamah [4: 27-Oct-1928]
Married Eileen Elizabeth WATERHOUSE at the Methodist Church in the Perth suburb of South Fremantle on 14 August 1929 [P198]
     Both himself and his wife enjoyed horse riding in Carnamah [P198]
In August 1929 purchased Thomas GARTH's farm in Carnamah through local property salesman Rupert LAFFAN [4: 31-Aug-1929]
     The farm was 1297 acres in size and consisted of Victoria Locations 6924 and 6927 [4: 31-Aug-1929] [61]
     The farm was part of the Yarra Yarra Estate [19] and was situated on the east side of the Yarra Yarra Lakes [62]
     Farmer in Carnamah 1929-1937 [3] [4: 31-Aug-1929]
     Employed married Aboriginal man Teddy EDWARDS, who'd previously worked locally as a shearer, to manage his farm [P198]
Made a donation to the Carnamah Football Club to aid them in raising funds to send a team to Geraldton in 1928 [4: 22-Sep-1928]
Won 2nd prize for Strong Wool in the Wool section of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's Annual Show in 1929 [4: 28-Sep-1929]
Attended the Carnamah Anglican Church's Freak Ball at the Carnamah Hall on Thursday 3 October 1929 [4: 12-Oct-1929]
Local agent Rupert LAFFAN conducted a demonstration of the Fordson tractor on his farm on 7 October 1929 [4: 5 & 12-Oct-1929]
In 1930 the Carnamah Hospital Committee arranged for local doctor Cecil P. ROSENTHAL to rent rooms at his house [4: 29-Nov-1930]
     The doctor had two rooms of the house and use of the kitchen, bathroom and dining room, for which he received £2 per week [4]
     Also leased a room of his butcher's shop at 14 Macpherson Street in the Carnamah townsite to the doctor for use as his surgery [4]
     Both arrangements presumably came to an end later in 1930 when the doctor opened the Carnamah Private Hospital [4: 23-Aug-1930]
     Recovered unpaid rent from Cecil P. ROSENTHAL through the Mingenew Local Court on 26 November 1930 [4: 29-Nov-1930]
He had hoped to sell his house to the Carnamah Hospital Committee for £950, however they did not accept his offer [4: 29-Nov-1930]
On 24 March 1931 while himself, his wife and their daughter were in Perth their house and its contents were destroyed by fire [4]
     The fire was possibly started from a fire under the copper that had been lit by Arthur PARRY, who lived with them [4: 28-Mar-1931]
     After the fire had quarters built behind his butchers shop at 14 Macpherson Street in the Carnamah townsite and resided there [P198]
Among those who made a donation to the Carnamah Country Women's Association in 1932 to help them buy premises [5: 29-Jul-1932]
Around April 1933 sold his butchering business and leased its premises in Carnamah to W. Frederick LEE [3] [5: 12-Jan-1934]
     In early January 1934 he purchased the business back and re-commenced operating as a butcher in Carnamah [5: 12-Jan-1934]
     Had the telephone reconnected in 1934, and was telephone number Carnamah-13 from 1934 to 1937 [60]
Purchased a new Fordson tractor  from Carnamah Ford salesman Rupert LAFFAN in March 1930 [4: 22-Mar-1930]
     Had two vehicles licensed with the Carnamah District Road Board in 1932 - a Buick car and a Chevrolet Runabout car [4]
     In 1932 his two licensed cars had number plates CA-10 and CA-227 [4: 12-Nov-1932]
Attended the funeral of "Father of Carnamah" Donald MACPHERSON at the Winchester Cemetery on 14 August 1931 [4: 22-Aug-1931]
Admitted to the Carnamah Private Hospital during July 1934 for an appendicitis operation [5: 27-Jul-1934]
Attended the funeral of Mrs Christina B. D. FORRESTER of Carnamah at the Winchester Cemetery on 31 August 1934 [4: 8-Sep-1934]
In January 1935 he began advertising his butchers shop in the locally produced North Midland Times newspaper [5: 25-Jan-1935]
Attended a meeting about Wireless Interference in Carnamah on Wednesday 23 October 1935 [5: 1-Nov-1935]
     The main purpose of the meeting was about offsetting the cost of engine suppressors installed to combat local radio interference [5]
Attended the Ratepayers Meeting of the Carnamah District Road Board in Carnamah on Wednesday 23 October 1935 [5: 25-Oct-1935]
Sold one bull for £9/2/6 through Westralian Farmers Ltd at the Midland Market on Wednesday 30 October 1935 [5: 1-Nov-1935]
Sent a floral tribute for the grave of Miss "May" Mary L. LANG at the Winchester Cemetery on 26 November 1935 [5: 29-Nov-1935]
Attended the funeral of Carnamah agent William B. SHERIDAN at the Winchester Cemetery on 27 January 1936 [5: 31-Jan-1936]
Advertised in March 1936 that he had a recently overhauled 12 cwt. Chevrolet truck in good order for sale for £50 cash [5: 13-Mar-1936]
Committee Member of the Carnamah Athletic Club in 1936 [5: 19-Jun-1936]
After a visit to Perth returned to Carnamah by car as a passenger with Herbert E. & Edith L. NINEHAM on 10 July 1936 [5: 17-Jul-1936]
He was among the 200 farmers who attended the meeting in Carnamah on 31 July 1936 about local Bulk Wheat Handling [5: 7-Aug-1936]
Pallbearer at the funeral of Mrs Florence PRICE of Carnamah at the Winchester Cemetery on Tuesday 1 September 1936 [5: 4-Sep-1936]
Attended the Carnamah Football Club's Premiership Dinner at the Carnamah Hotel on Sunday evening 6 September 1936 [5: 11-Sep-1936]
     At the dinner he donated £3/3/- in addition to two special prizes, which were given to Clarrie WALLIE and Teddy EDWARDS [5]
Exhibited in the Horse section of the Carnamah Agricultural Show at Centenary Park in Carnamah on Thursday 10 September 1936 [5]
     Won 1st prize for Four Horse Team, and both 1st and 2nd prizes for Pair of Farm Horses bred by exhibitor [5: 11, 18 & 25-Sep-1936]
Made a contribution for the Reunion of South Australians in the North Midlands held in Carnamah on 26 September 1936 [5: 2-Oct-1936]
He was among those from Carnamah who travelled to Perth in early October 1936 to attend the Royal Show [5: 9-Oct-1936]
As a patient he spent a number of months at the Thistle Bank Hospital in the Perth suburb of Nedlands in 1936 [5: 24-Dec-1936]
     After leaving the Thistle Bank Hospital he arrived back in Carnamah on Wednesday evening 23 December 1936 [5: 24-Dec-1936]
     He was admitted to the Carnamah Private Hospital at Christmas, where he remained for over two weeks [5: 15-Jan-1937]
Vice President of the Carnamah Football Club in 1937 [5: 16-Apr-1937]
Had an account with Carnamah blacksmith, wheelwright and motor mechanics Henry Parkin & Son in 1937 [53]
P.O. Box 19 at the Carnamah Post Office [5: 25-Jan-1935, 2-Jul-1937]
Recommenced advertising his "Family Butcher" business in The North Midland Times newspaper in July 1937 [5]
     Advertised reduced prices for beef, mutton and pork, as follows: [5]
     1/- for rump steak, 8d. for top side steak, sirloin roast; 7d. for chuck steak, rib roast, corned beef, mince steak; 6d. for gravy beef [5]
     Mutton prices were 9d. for leg and chops; 8d. for loins, 7d. for shoulders; and 6d. for stewing chops, forequarters and sides [5]
     Pork prices were 10d. for legs and chops, 9d. for loin and 9d. for pickle pork; and 6d. for sausages [5: 2-Jul-1937]
Sold his farm in Carnamah to Mrs T. Adelaide GALLEHAWK in 1937 [3]
In 1937 sold his butchering business, butchers shop, slaughter yards and adjoining vacant land to Michael J. CLUNE [3] [0: image 03703]
Left Carnamah on 6 November 1937 and briefly shifted to Bowgada before moving to the Perth suburb of Cottesloe [0: image 02882 & 02885]
Along with his wife and daughter travelled to England and Wales for an extended holiday [P198]
     They departed Fremantle, Western Australia on the steamship Strathaird and arrived in London, England on 4 February 1938 [204]
     In his passport he was described as 5 feet 8 inches tall with grey eyes and fair hair [P198]
     The purpose of the trip was to visit his parents in Brecon, Monmouthshire, Wales as his father was ill with heart problems [P198]
     At the conclusion of their holiday they departed London, England on the steamship Stratheden on 1 September 1938 [203]
     They arrived on the Stratheden in Fremantle, Western Australia on 4 October 1938 [63]
Resided at 41 Egina Street in the Perth suburb of Mount Hawthorn in 1939 and 1940 [6] [61]
While living in Mount Hawthorn he worked at butcher's shops until buying his own butcher's shop in Waroona [P198]
Butcher in Waroona in 1940 and 1941 [6]
Resided in Waroona until enlisting in the Australian Army on 7 July 1941 [16]
     Private W38310 in the Australian Army's W/C Gen Details Camp Staff during a portion of the Second World War [16]
     Discharged from the Australian Army on 24 September 1941 [16]
Himself, his wife and their daughter resided at 12 Marine Parade in the Perth suburb of Cottesloe for at least the years 1944-1949 [6]
     Their home at 12 Marine Parade was a small beach cottage which they rented from its owner [P198]
     Living at 8 Marine Parade were William and Alba JORDAN and their daughter Lynette, who were previously of Three Springs [6]
Later resided at Park Street in the Perth suburb of Subiaco [P198]
Resided of late and passed away at the Home of Peace in the Perth suburb of Subiaco [P198]
Father of Eunice [P198]
Died 6 March 1969; ashes scattered over the rose garden at the Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA [2]


Lily Helen ANDREWS
Born 13 June 1886 in Madras, India [20] [204]
Daughter of Henry Buckingham ANDREWS and Elizabeth Jane BARNARD [P198]
Her father was born in England, her mother in the East Indies while some of her siblings were born in India and some in Wales [20]
Had eight siblings: Kate, Alfred, Ernest, Millicent, Percival, Maud, Arthur and Mary; and their father was as a Military Instructor [20]
In the 1890s and early 1900s resided with her parents, sisters and brothers at Drill Hall in Tredegar, Monmouthshire, Wales [20]
Nurse at an infirmary on Magpie Hall Road in Rochester, Kent, England in 1911 [20]
Later resided with her parents at "Ye Olde Hostelrie" in Goodrich, Hertfordshire, England [P198]
Married Stephen John MAURICE [P198]
Resided with her husband at Alton on Llanfair Road in Penyycraig, Glamorganshire, Wales [203]
They were to depart London for Australia on the Hobsons Bay on 30 October 1928 but were crossed from the departure list [203]
Departed London, England with her husband and son Cyril on the steamship Esperance Bay on 26 November 1928 [203]
Arrived with her husband and son Cyril in Fremantle, Western Australia on the Esperance Bay on 28 December 1928 [63]
Herself, her husband their son resided in Carnamah from as early as May 1929 until July 1929 [4: 18-May-1929, 13 & 20-Jul-1929]
The Irwin Index newspaper reported after her arrival in Carnamah that she was a trained nurse [4: 18-May-1929]
In mid July 1929 they left Carnamah and shifted to Bowgada where her husband opened a general store [4: 20-Jul-1929]
Her husband was the Storekeeper of the General Store & Post Office in Bowgada between Perenjori and Koolanooka [19]
Departed Fremantle, Western Australia on the steamship Strathnaver and arrived in London, England on 4 May 1933 [204]
     Stayed for four months, and spent at least some of her time at Tynewydd on The Watton in Brecon, Monmouthshire, Wales [204]
     Departed London, England on the steamship Moldavia and arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on 10 October 1933 [63]
Attended the Perenjori Golf Club's Annual Ball held in Perenjori on 31 July 1937 in a dress of wine georgette and lace [4: 7-Aug-1937]
After visiting Italy departed Naples on the steamship Ormonde and arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on 13 September 1938 [63]
Herself and her husband later left Bowgada and shifted to the Perenjori townsite [P198]
Departed Fremantle, Western Australia on the steamship Orion and arrived in Southampton, England on 10 March 1948 [204]
     She again stayed for four months, staying at least party at 208 Ledbury Road in Hereford, Herefordshire, England [204]
     Departed London, England on the steamship Orion and arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on 3 August 1948 [63]
After a holiday in Wales departed Southampton, England on the Moreton Bay on 25 July 1952 for Fremantle, Western Australia [203]
Departed Fremantle, Western Australia on the steamship Arcadia and arrived in London, England on 23 March 1958 [204]
     Intended to stay in England for six months and once again gave her address as 208 Ledbury Road in Hereford, Herefordshire [204]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley [2]
Mother of Cyril [P198]
Died 3 October 1964; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Crematorium Rose Gardens, 3F, 29) [2]


Robert George Dawney ANDREWS
Born 12 March 1880 in Bradford, Yorkshire, England [20] [21] [30: item 9526299]
Son of Creswell ANDREWS Eliza Jane HARMER [20] [21]
His father was working as a Coachman in 1881, as a Ostler in 1891 and as a Mailman in 1901 [20]
In 1881 he was living with his parents, brother Creswell and sister Emma at 20 Rock Avenue in Fulham, London, England [20]
Resided with his parents and siblings Emma, Albert, Florence, Olive and Ethel at West Pallant Street in All Saints, Sussex in 1901 [20]
Married Louisa Maud BETTESWORTH in 1904 in Essex, England [21]
They departed London, England on the steamship Armadale on 12 November 1910 bound for Fremantle, Western Australia [203]
In 1915 he was working as a Porter and they were living at 108 Stirling Street in Perth [30: item 3033565]
Enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force (A.I.F.) in Perth on 4 October 1915 [30: item 3033565]
     Upon enlistment he was 5 feet 6¾ inches tall, weighed 138½ pounds and had grey eyes, dark brown hair and a dark complexion [30]
     During the war his wife's address was 108 Stirling Street in Perth and later Milly Milly Station via Yalgoo [30]
     After initial training he was appointed in Claremont on 20 March 1916 to the 44th Infantry Battalion [30]
     Embarked from Fremantle, Western Australia for active service abroad on the H.M.A.T. A29 Suevic on 7 June 1916 [30]
     Disembarked in Plymouth, England on 21 July 1916 and after further training proceeded to France on 25 November 1916 [30]
     Sergeant 748 in the Australian Imperial Force's 44th Battalion in France during the First World War [30]
     Awarded the Military Medal in France on 2 April 1917 for bravery in the field and his example of coolness and courage [30]
     He had kept his raiding party organised under heavy barrage and afterwards went out under fire to bring in the wounded [30]
     Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant on 18 August 1917, Lieutenant on 27 January 1918 and Major / Warrant Officer on 28 April 1917 [30]
     Embarked from England on the H.T. Anchises and disembarked in Fremantle, Western Australia on 7 April 1919 [30]
     Discharged from the A.I.F. in Perth on 26 May 1919; received the British War Medal, Victory Medal and Military Medal [30]
Viticulturalist at Irishtown in Northam 1925-1936 [50]
Farm Manager on the Inering Estate in Carnamah in 1937 [50]
Resided at 26 Francis Street in Perth in 1942 and 1943 [30: item 9526299] [50]
Volunteered as a representative of the Young Men's Christian Association with the Australian Military Forces on 16 March 1942 [30]
     He was accepted for service on 9 April 1942, and was attached to Camp A Staff on 8 June 1945 [30]
     He received no pay from the Australian Military Forces but was to be provided with rations and quarters if attached to a unit [30]
     His appointment as a representative of the Y.M.C.A. was terminated on 20 December 1936 [30: item 9526299]
In 1949 he was working as a Steward and was living at 566 Beaufort Street in North Perth [50]
Barman at the Norseman Hotel in Norseman in 1954 [50]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Carlisle [2]
Died 21 November 1957; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Anglican, WG, 627) [2]


"Bella" Isabella Jane Cruickshanks ANGUS
Born 14 March 1874 in Rayne, Aberdeen, Scotland [33]
Daughter of William ANGUS and Mary RAINY [33]
In 1891 was at 41 Henry Street in Westoe, Durham, England where she was employed by J. W. FOREMAN as a general servant [20]
Prior to her marriage resided at 97 Marlborough Street in South Shields, Durham, England [P48]
Married William Robert COLPITTS on 27 October 1895 in South Shields, Durham, England [P48]
In 1901 was living with her husband and children at Kitchen Terrace in Grimsargh with Brockholes, Lancashire, England [20]
They later resided at 5 Brook Avenue, Swinton in Manchester, Lancashire, England [203]
Departed London, England with her husband and four younger children on the steamship Largs Bay on 7 May 1927 [203]
After a month and two days they arrived in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on the Largs Bay on 9 June 1927 [63]
After residing in New South Wales for seven months shifted with her husband and four younger children to Western Australia [P48]
Arrived in Perth, Western Australia in February 1928, and arrived in Winchester, Western Australia in March 1928 [4: 16-Feb-1929]
Resided with her husband and four younger children in a house on Heppleholme Farm in Winchester in 1928 [4: 16-Feb-1929]
In 1936 herself, her husband and their son William were living on Waterfall Road in the Perth suburb of Maida Vale [50]
Later resided in the Perth suburb of Forrestfield [2]
Mother May, Isabella, Joseph, Minnie, William and George [P48]
Died 2 March 1942; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Crematorium Rose Gardens, Niche Wall, WF, 112) [2]


Mrs "Effie" Mary Euphemia ANNEAR
Wife of Robert Samuel ANNEAR; see "Effie" Mary Euphemia MILLS


Mathew Gerald ANTONOVITCH
Born 1930 [15]
Transferred to Carnamah in 1958 [P105]
School Teacher in Carnamah 1958-1961 [19] [P105]
Member of the Carnamah Football Club in 1958 [7: page 196]
In 1958 was the "Fairest & Best" player in the North Midlands Football Association [7: page 196]
Member of the Five Gums Tennis Club in 1960 and 1961 [89]
Died 22 December 2000; buried Utakarra Cemetery, Geraldton WA [26]


Beatrice Elaine ARCHER
Born 1927 [15]
Married Kenneth Lionel ALEXANDER in Perth in 1948 [66]
Her husband, late of Albany, passed away at the age of 58 years on 17 July 1984 [2]
At the time of her death later in 1984 she was a resident of Carnamah [2]
Died 13 September 1984; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (RC Section, Garden of Remembrance, 2, 75) [2]


Francis Edward Gow ARMSTRONG
Born 1899 in Katanning, Western Australia [15]
Son of Charles Edward ARMSTRONG and Emma Jane SEARLE [15]
Contractor in Carnamah in 1932 [19]
Later resided in North Perth [2]
Died 13 October 1942; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Anglican, LB, 700A) [2]


Mrs Gladys Ethel ARMSTRONG
Wife of James ARMSTRONG; see Gladys Ethel BECK


"Jim" James ARMSTRONG
Born C.1889 [14] in Distington, Cumberland, England [P263]
Departed London, England on the steamship Orvieto on 28 October 1910 bound for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia [203]
Married Gladys Ethel BECK in 1912 in Yarra Glen, Victoria, Australia [P263]
Resided for a few years near Yarra Glen in Victoria before shifting to Western Australia in 1915 [P263]
Farmhand on Dalmore Farm in Bridgetown 1916-1918 [50]
Arrived at Winchester in the Carnamah district in March 1918 [P263]
Farm Manager of James L. B. WEIR's Petan Farm in Winchester 1918-1928 [P263]
     Called for tenders for the clearing of 200 to 500 acres of Gimlet, Salmon and York Gum country of Petan Farm [39: 28-Jan-1920]
     Listed as the Manager of "Petan Estate Ltd" in 1925, when Petan Farm was telephone number Winchester-1 [60]
     His employer James L. B. WEIR sold Petan Farm in Winchester to William J. PETHICK in April 1928 [39: 21-Apr-1928]
     After leaving Petan Farm they lived for a year in a house on John RAFFAN's Inchgower Farm in Winchester [P263]
In July 1928 it was reported he'd purchased the farm in Winchester previously owned by the Carnamah Hotel Company [4: 28-Jul-1928]
      The farm had been owned by Henry E. MCNAMARA [P263] and George H. DAVIES [61] of the Carnamah Hotel [6]
      The property was called Lakeside Farm, was 2,240 acres in size, and consisted of Victoria Locations 3775 and 6928 [3] [62]
Despite the July 1928 report the property was advertised for selection in January 1929 under "Forfeited Blocks" [81: 13-Jan-1929]
     The property was described as being about three miles west of Winchester [81]
     There was a crop on the property in January 1929 which was "now being harvested and is the property of the Crown" [81]
     Victoria Location 6928 of 1,140 acres was advertised at 17/6 per acre, and Victoria Location 3775 of 998 acres at 6/9 per acre [81]
     The selection was subject to an Agricultural Bank mortgage of £326/19/- plus interest of £23/15/9, and payment of £464/1/6 [81]
     The payment of £464/1/6 was the value of improvements above the Agricultural Bank mortgage [81]
Farmer of Lakeside Farm in Winchester 1929-1957 [P263]
     At a meeting of the Land Board on 19 February 1929 he was the successful applicant to take up Lakeside Farm [81: 24-Feb-1929]
     By early March 1929 himself, his wife and their children had taken up residence on Lakeside Farm [81: 10-Mar-1929]
     Lakeside Farm was 2,240 acres in size and consisted of Victoria Locations 3775 and 6928 [3] [62]
     On purchase only 150 acres of the farm were cleared and it contained a small four-roomed house with a front verandah [P263]
     The only fence on the property was one that went through the middle of it to help keep out wild horses [P263]
     Made the first stable on the farm out of bush timber with roof beams of tea-tree trunks and thatched with straw [P263]
     Cut fence posts to fence the farm from Jam trees on the farm, which were plentiful [P263]
     Couldn't find a good supply of water on the farm so their livestock were watered at a well on the Yarra Yarra Reserve [P263]
     In the 1950s laid down piping and put a windmill on the well - which was watering five farms with unlimited supply [P263]
His horse Golden Papps won the Pony Race at the Picnic Race Meeting in Carnamah on Thursday 16 September 1920 [10: 1-Oct-1920]
     The same horse, reported as "Golden Pips" came 3rd in the Pony Race at the Carnamah Races on 28 March 1921 [10: 1-Apr-1921]
Signatory to a letter sent to the Director of Education by Mrs Annie M. BATTERSBY of Coorow on 14 March 1921 [215]
     The letter complained about the sporadic nature, including too many closed days, in which the Coorow State School was run [215]
     His elder daughters May and Linned were boarding in Coorow so they could attend the Coorow State School [215]
Signed the petition in February 1923 for the Irwin Licensing Court to grant a hotel license for Carnamah [10: 9-Mar-1923]
Won 2nd prize in the Hunter over Hurdles class of the Ring Events at the Carnamah Agricultural Show in 1927 [9: 21-Oct-1927]
Member of the Winchester Sports Ground Committee in 1928 [4: 1-Sep-1928]
Pallbearer at the funeral of Winchester farmer John RAFFAN on 9 October 1928 at the Winchester Cemetery [4: 20-Oct-1928]
Judge of the Sheep section at the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's Annual Show on 19 September 1929 [4: 28-Sep-1929]
In October 1929 purchased a stand cab Ford truck from Carnamah dealer Rupert LAFFAN [4: 19-Oct-1929]
Attended the funeral of "Father of Carnamah" Donald MACPHERSON at the Winchester Cemetery on 14 August 1931 [4: 22-Aug-1931]
At the Carnamah Agricultural Show in 1930 he won 1st prize for the Best Dairy Heifer exhibited in the Cattle section [4: 27-Sep-1930]
His horse stumbled over a railway guide wire one night in 1932 and he fell off the horse and broke one of his legs and his hip [P263]
     His horse arrived home without him so his sons and neighbours John W. COLPITTS and Arthur WHITE started searching [P263]
     When they found him his neighbours took him to the North Midlands District Hospital in Three Springs on the back of a truck [P263]
Won 1st prize for Three Merino Ewes 2-tooth in the Sheep section of the Carnamah Agricultural Show in 1932 [5: 23-Sep-1932]
Financial Member 1932-1956 and Committee Member 1933-1941 of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society [13]
Participant in the Winchester Dingo Hunt of 1932 which resulted in a frequently seen dingo meeting its end [4]
The local newspaper reported in October 1933 that approximately 60 seagulls had been seen on his farm in Carnamah [5: 20-Oct-1933]
On Saturday 28 April 1934, while riding home after collecting his mail from the post office, he was thrown from his horse [5]
     He broke his leg and after a while managed to get back on his horse and ride the remainder of the way home [5: 4-May-1934]
     Once home he was helped off his horse, and was later admitted to the Carnamah Private Hospital for medical attention [5]
Owing to him being unable to work at seeding time the Carnamah branch of the Wheatgrowers Union launched an appeal [5: 11-May-1934]
     The branch intended to employ a man to plant his crop for him, and pay his wages from donations and the profit of a dance [5]
     In gratitude and thanks, he gracefully requested the man and dance be cancelled, as he had already made arrangements [5]
     Prior to the launching of the appeal for him he had already arranged for his neighbours to plant his crop for him [5: 18-May-1934]
Travelled from Winchester to Perth by train on Monday 23 July 1934 [5: 27-Jul-1934]
Steward of the Cattle section at the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's Annual Show on 6 September 1934 [5: 27-Jul-1934]
     Exhibited in the Cattle and Sheep section of the Show, winning 2nd prizes for Jersey Cow and Dairy Cow [5: 14-Sep-1934]
     Received both 1st and 2nd prizes for a Milking Strain Heifer under 2 years and for Three Merino Ewe Lambs under 6 months [5]
Gained permission from the Carnamah District Road Board to put a gate on a road adjacent to his farm in December 1934 [5: 21-Dec-1934]
Sold 42 suckers at 10/9 per head through Dalgety & Co Ltd at the Midland Market on Wednesday 11 September 1935 [5: 13-Sep-1935]
Received 2nd prize for Pony Hunter in the Ring Events at the Three Springs Agricultural Show on 19 September 1935 [5: 27-Sep-1935]
Attended the funeral of Miss "May" Mary L. LANG of Carnamah at the Winchester Cemetery on 26 November 1935 [5: 29-Nov-1935]
Sent in apologies for his absence at the Farewell Social for George & Ester MULLIGAN in Winchester on 25 June 1936 [5: 3-Jul-1936]
In July 1937 requested the closure of a road that ran from east to west through the centre of his farm dividing it into two [5: 16-Jul-1937]
     With his request he stated the road was unnecessary as there were roads north and south of his farm [5]
     The Carnamah District Road Board deferred making a decision about the road to find out the reason why it was surveyed [5]
In August 1937 trapped a female dingo that stood two feet nine inches high and measured six feet from tip to tip [5: 20-Aug-1937]
     For some he had been trying to trap the full blooded dingo which had been killing sheep in the Winchester district [5]
     In 1938 he caught another dingo on his property and was praised locally for his skill and patience [0: image 03744]
Steward of the Sheep Dog Trials at the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's Annual Show held on 7 September 1939 [13]
Had an account with Carnamah blacksmith, wheelwright and motor mechanics Henry Parkin & Son in 1942 and 1943 [53]
Father of May, Linned, Harvey, Jack and Neil [P263]
Died 14 June 1957; buried Winchester Cemetery, Carnamah (Row E, Plot 15) [1]


"Linned" Mary Linned ARMSTRONG
Born 26 April 1916 [25]
Daughter of "Jim" James ARMSTRONG and Gladys Ethel BECK [P263]
Arrived in Winchester with her parents in March 1918 [P263]
Resided with her parents on Petan Farm in Winchester [P263]
Student at the Coorow State School conducted from a makeshift hessian and iron room in Coorow in 1921 [215]
Student at the Winchester School run by Miss Winifred M. RAFFAN on Inchgower Farm in Winchester in 1923 [7: page 84]
Student at the Carnamah State School in 1927 [25]
Student at the Winchester State School from 2 February 1928 to 26 April 1929 [25]
For a period worked for Mrs Agnes S. SHARP on Yarrow Farm a short distance southwest of the Carnamah townsite [P7]
On 19 September 1929 attended the Grand Ball following the Carnamah Show and opening of Centenary Park [4: 28-Sep-1929]
Attended the Show Ball following the Carnamah Show on 15 September 1932 in a gown of blue silk marocain [5: 23-Sep-1932]
Attended the Carnamah Football Club's Monster Ball on 2 September 1933 in a dress of apple green georgette [5: 8-Sep-1933]
She was among the 150 who attended the Carnamah Tennis Club's Dance at the Carnamah Hall on 9 December 1933 [5: 15-Dec-1933]
Attended the Carnamah Church of England's New Year Ball held at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 30 December 1933 [5: 5-Jan-1934]
Attended the Surprise Party tendered to Mrs Eva and Miss Joyce COWDEROY in Carnamah on Friday 5 January 1934 [5: 12-Jan-1934]
Attended the Carnamah Tennis Club's Flannel Dance held at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 3 February 1934 [5: 9-Feb-1934]
Attended the Dance conducted by the Carnamah Toc H at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 24 February 1934 [5: 2-Mar-1934]
On the evening of Thursday 15 March 1934 attended the Carnamah Race Club's Annual Dance at the Carnamah Hall [5: 16-Mar-1934]
Member of Carnamah's Parkinson Tennis Club in 1934-35, 1935-36 and 1936-37 [4: 8-Dec-1934, 25-Oct-1935, 5-Apr-1936, 16-Oct-1936]
Member of the Carnamah Golf Club 1935-1937 - was Champion of the Associates in 1936 [5: 7-Jun-1935, 27-Nov-1936, 21-May-1937]
Attended the Show Ball after the Carnamah Agricultural Show on 12 September 1935 in a gown of green georgette [5: 20-Sep-1935]
Attended the Mad Hatter's Leap Year Ball at the Carnamah Hall on 29 February 1936, wearing floral crepe-de-chine [5: 6-Mar-1936]
Travelled from Carnamah to Perth on Thursday 5 March 1936 for several weeks vacation [5: 6-Mar-1936]
Played for the combined Carnamah-Parkinson tennis team against Winchester-Waddy-Coorow on Sunday 5 April 1936 [5: 3-Apr-1936]
Won the Ladies Golf Approach & Putt Competition at the R.S.L. Easter Sports Meeting in Carnamah on 13 April 1936 [5: 17-Apr-1936]
Bridesmaid at the wedding of her sister May and James C. CHAVE in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley on 17 August 1936 [5]
At May's wedding wore a navy blue crepe de chine frock with hat and shoes to tone and carried a bouquet of carnations [5: 21-Aug-1936]
Won 2nd prize for Plain Cake exhibited in the Confectionary section of the Carnamah Agricultural Show in 1936 [5: 18-Sep-1936]
Attended the Show Ball after the Carnamah Agricultural Show on 10 September 1936 dressed in blue figured georgette [5: 18-Sep-1936]
Attended the Carnamah Golf Club's Dance at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday evening 21 November 1936 [5: 27-Nov-1936]
Herself and Malinda M. A. HOUSTON departed Carnamah for a holiday in Bunbury on Friday 12 February 1937 [5: 19-Feb-1937]
Competed in the Carnamah Tennis Club's Easter Tennis Tournament at Centenary Park in Carnamah in March 1937 [5: 2-Apr-1937]
Attended the largely attended Carnamah Tennis Dance at the Carnamah Hall on 17 April 1937 in blue floral georgette [5: 23-Apr-1937]
Attended the Coronation Ball at the Carnamah Hall on Wednesday evening 12 May 1937 in "green crepe de chene" [5: 14-May-1937]
Member of the Carnamah Tennis Club in 1939 and 1940 [0: images 03032 & 03948]
Cook at the Carnamah Hotel at 22 Macpherson Street in Carnamah in 1941 and 1942 [P283]
Left the Carnamah district in 1942 with Reginald H. SMITH, who prior to leaving had been licensee of the Carnamah Hotel [P283]
Married "Reg" Reginald Howard Albert SMITH [P283]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Gosnells [2]
Mother of Howard [P283]
Died 4 August 2000; ashes interred Fremantle Cemetery, Perth suburb of Palmyra (Anglican, Lawn B, 6) [2]


Mrs Margaret Spence ARMSTRONG
Wife of "Jack" John Francis ARMSTRONG; see Margaret Spence SCOTT


"May" Irene May ARMSTRONG
Born 1913 in Yarra Glen, Victoria, Australia [54]
Daughter of "Jim" James ARMSTRONG and Gladys Ethel BECK [P263]
Shifted with her parents from Victoria to Western Australia in 1915 [P263]
Arrived in Winchester with her parents in March 1918 [P263]
Resided with her parents on Petan Farm in Winchester [P263]
She boarded ten miles away from home in Coorow so she could attend the Coorow State School [215]
     Student at the Coorow State School conducted from two rooms of the uninhabited Coorow House in Coorow in 1920 [215]
     Student at the Coorow State School conducted from a makeshift hessian and iron room in Coorow in 1921 [215]
Student at the Winchester School run by Miss Winifred RAFFAN on Inchgower Farm in Winchester in 1923 [7: page 84]
Came 2nd in the Ladies' Hack in the Ring Events section of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's 1926 Show [9: 15-Oct-1926]
Also came 2nd in the Ladies' Hack in the Ring Events section of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's 1929 Show [4: 28-Sep-1929]
By 1929 was working in Winchester for John and Kate MCINTOSH [P263]
She was awarded 2nd prize for "Best Lady Rider" in the Ring Events at the Carnamah Agricultural Show in 1930 [4: 27-Sep-1930]
Received 2nd in the Horse Over Hurdles event at the first Coorow-Waddy Agricultural Show on 8 September 1932 [5: 16-Sep-1932]
Came 2nd in the Flag Race and the Horse Over Hurdles in the Ring Events at the1933 Coorow-Waddy Agricultural Show [5: 15-Sep-1933]
Attended the Carnamah Church of England's New Year Ball held at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 30 December 1933 [5: 5-Jan-1934]
On the evening of Thursday 15 March 1934 attended the Carnamah Race Club's Annual Dance at the Carnamah Hall [5: 16-Mar-1934]
Received 1st prize for Lady's Hack and 2nd for Best Lady Rider in the Ring Events of the Coorow-Waddy Show in 1934 [5: 7-Sep-1934]
Won the trophy for the most points gained in the Ring Events at the Carnamah Agricultural Show on 6 September 1934 [5: 14-Sep-1934]
     Won 1st prizes for Lady's Hack, Lady's Hunter and Pony Hunter and 2nd for Trotting Horse, High Jump and Best Lady Rider [5]
     Exhibited in the Dairy Produce and Fancy Work sections of the Show, winning 1st prizes for Butter and Embroidered Apron [5]
Member of the Carnamah Golf Club in 1935 [5: 21-Jun-1935]
Attended the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's Annual Show and Show Ball on Thursday 12 September 1935 [5]
     Runner-Up Best Lady Rider in the Ring Events, and attended the Show Ball in a dress of brown crepe de chine [5: 20-Sep-1935]
Married "Jack" James Chadwell CHAVE on 17 August 1936 at Saint Alban's Church in the Perth suburb of Mount Lawley [5]
     Entered the Church on the arm of her uncle Albert V. HUNT and was married by Three Springs minister Alfred J. TOOMEY [5]
     Wore a navy blue costume with hat and shoes to tone and carried a sheath of roses [5]
     Her bridesmaid was her sister Linned, who wore a navy blue crepe de chine frock with hat and shoes to tone [5: 21-Aug-1936]
Resided with her husband in Carnamah 1936-1939 [19] [50]
Runner-Up Best Lady Rider in the Ring Events at the Carnamah Agricultural Show on Thursday 10 September 1936 [5: 18-Sep-1936]
Herself and her husband left Carnamah in early 1940 and shifted to a farm in Toodyay [0: images 03041 & 03056]
Gained awards for Ladies Hack and Pair of Hacks at the Toodyay Show and Gymkhana at Toodyay in 1940 [0: image 03922]
Residing with husband in Rosa Glen WA in 1942 [16] [--]


"Jim" James ARNAUD
Storekeeper in Carnamah in 1913 [39: 13-Aug-1913]
Store Manager in Carnamah in 1914 [50]
Boarded, except for sleeping, with Henry and Mary J. McCLYMANS and their children in Carnamah in 1913 [39: 13, 14, & 15-Aug-1913]


Mrs Dorothy Maud ARNOLD
Wife of "Doug" Douglas ARNOLD; see Dorothy Maud POPE


"Doug" Douglas ARNOLD
Born 20 September 1903 in Claremont, Western Australia [16]
Son of Frederick Charles ARNOLD and Emma Racheal DELAPORTE [15]
His great grandparents William and Elizabeth L. ARNOLD had arrived in Western Australia on the Trusty on 6 December 1842 [P314]
Married Dorothy Maud POPE in Carnarvon 1928 [P321]
Truck Driver in Carnarvon from about 1925 until 1933 [P314]
Grocery and Drapery Manager of Dalgety's Store in Carnarvon from about 1933 until 1941 [P314]
Resided in the Perth suburb of South Perth prior to enlisting in the Australian Army on 29 July 1942 [16]
     Staff Sergeant WX33245 in the Australian Army's 55 Australian Sup. Depot PL A S C during the Second Word War [16]
     Two of his years in the Army were served in New Guinea and Borneo [P314]
     Discharged from the Australian Army on 13 November 1946 [16]
Employee at the Como Hotel in the Perth suburb of Como, while living at 55 Campbell Street in South Perth [P321]
Proprietor of the Carnamah Hotel at 22 Macpherson Street, Carnamah in 1947 [6]
Himself, his wife and their children resided within the Carnamah Hotel, which he ran with his wife's assistance [P321]
Travellers of the firms Goode Durrant & Murray and G. & R. Wills & Co regularly stayed at the Carnamah Hotel [P321]
To fulfil the duties of gardener and laundress at the Carnamah Hotel employed married couple Henry J. and Margaret M. SHEA [P321]
Left Carnamah in June 1947 and shifted to Nannup [P321]
Licensee of the Nannup Hotel in Nannup 1947-1950 [P321]
Ran a Company General Store in Chandler in 1950 and 1951 [P314]
Licensee of the Iron Clad Hotel in Marble Bar 1952-1954 [P314]
Resided at Queen Street in the Perth suburb of Bayswater 1954-1965 [P321]
Clerk for Mortlock Brothers car dealership in Perth from about 1954 until his death in 1965 [P314]
Father of Robert, William, Joan and John [P314]
Died 7 July 1965; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Anglican, ZX, 402) [2]


G. ARNOLD
Paid £5 by the Carnamah District Road Board on 11 August 1933 for work done on the Carnamah-Perenjori Road [300: page 55]
The Road Board paid him another £1/3/4 on 21 August 1933 for work he did on O'Grady's Road in Carnamah [300: page 60]


"Hilda" Helene Bernhardine Hilda ARNOLD
Born 24 April 1896 in Bethel, South Australia [55]
Daughter of Ernst Wilhelm ARNOLD and Albertine Berta Luise WEHR [55]
Resided with Bill and Vera HEINRICH on their Wongyarra Farm in Carnamah, Western Australia 1952-1963 [1] [P9] [19]
Housekeeper and companion for Vera HEINRICH [P9] [P22]
Member of Carnamah's branch of the Country Women's Association in 1953 [0: image 04718]
Worked and lived with Bill and Vera HEINRICH until her sudden death in 1963 [P9]
Died 18 January 1963 in Carnamah; buried Winchester Cemetery, Carnamah (Row R, Plot 14) [1]


"John" Norman John ARNOLD
Born 1935 [P314]
Son of Douglas ARNOLD and Dorothy Maud POPE [P314]
Resided with his parents in Carnarvon 1935-1941 and then at 55 Campbell Street in South Perth 1942-1946 [P314]
Resided with his parents at the Carnamah Hotel at 22 Macpherson Street in Carnamah in 1947 [P314]
Student at the Carnamah State School [P321]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Maylands [2]
Husband of Margaret [P321]
Father of Steven, Julie and Gregory [P321]
Died 14 April 1997; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (RC Section, Garden of Remembrance, 6, 49) [2]


William Henry ARSCOTT
Born C.1904 in England [88]
Coal Miner in England [203]
His last address before leaving England was the Government Instructional Centre in Brandon, Suffolk, England [203]
With others from the Government Instructional Centre departed London, England on the Berrima on 6 December 1927 [203]
They arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on the steamship Berrima on 17 January 1928 [63]
Arrived on the passenger train in Carnamah at 1:30 a.m. on 4 March 1938 [88]
On arrival in Carnamah in company with Robert DAVIDSON he entered the railway station premises [88]
After unintentionally locking the door from the inside they went to sleep in beds within the premises [88]
The Midland Railway Company reported the locked door and that they suspected someone was inside at 5:30 a.m. [88]
Constable Maurice PLUNKETT of the Carnamah Police Station investigated the matter and arrested them both [88]
They had not disturbed anything within the premises however were charged with trespassing [88]
Later on 4 March 1938 they went before the Carnamah Police Court where they were cautioned and ordered to pay costs of 1/- [88]
Labourer in Carnamah in 1938 [88]
He could be the William Henry ARSCOTT who was a Mill Hand in Treesville northeast of Collie in 1943 [50]


Norman Arthur ARUNDALE
Born 9 May 1901 in Manchester, Lancashire, England [16] [21]
Son of grocer John Ernest ARUNDALE and Clara BARBER [20] [21]
In 1911 he was living with his parents and brothers at 21 Guide Lane, Hooley Hill in Audenshaw, Lancashire, England [20]
Departed London, England with his parents and brothers Rupert, Raymond and Herbert on the Australind on 5 December 1912 [203]
They arrived on the steamship Australind in Fremantle, Western Australia on 21 January 1913 [70]
In 1925 he was working as a Railway Porter and living with his mother at 10 Cavendish Street in the Perth suburb of Highgate [50]
Superintendent of the Vacuum Oil Company's petrol depot in Carnamah in 1929 and 1930 [6] [19]
Attended the Carnamah Anglican Church's Freak Ball at the Carnamah Hall on Thursday 3 October 1929 [4: 12-Oct-1929]
Member of the Carnamah Tennis Club in 1929-30 [4: 23-Nov-1929]
Committee Member of the Carnamah Cricket Club in 1930 [4: 4-Oct-1930]
Became a member of the Carnamah Masonic Lodge No.150 WAC on 12 September 1930 [96]
Member of the Carnamah Golf Club - was Administrative Secretary in 1930 [4: 16-Aug-1930]
In 1936 he was working as a Salesman and living at 107 Brisbane Street in Perth [50]
Resided in Perth prior to enlisting in the Australian Army on 13 December 1940 [16]
Private WX10004 in the Australian Army's 2/48 Australian Infantry Battalion during the Second World War [16]
Discharged from the Australian Army on 22 November 1945 [16]
Later resided in the Perth suburb of Maylands [2]
Died 10 November 1977; cremated the Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA [2]


J. K. ASH
Carpenter in Carnamah in 1930 [4: 7-Jun-1930]
In 1930 he was living in the garage of a house rented by Robert F. BICKERDIKE in Caron Street, Carnamah [4: 31-May-1930]
On the morning of Monday 16 May 1930 the laundry, garage and a portion of the house was destroyed by fire [4]
The fire was believed to have started from the copper in the laundry, which adjoined the garage in which he lived [4]
The house was saved by a willing band of helpers however the garage was already lost by the time help had arrived [4]
He lost the entire of his household and personal effects and all of his carpentering tools in the fire [4: 7-Jun-1930]
A number of Carnamah citizens arranged a Benefit Concert which raised £11/9/- to buy him new tools [4: 7-Jun-1930]


Elizabeth Prangle ASHBY
Born 1899 in Perth, Western Australia [15]
Daughter of Eli Edward ASHBY and Edith Prangle CAPORN [15]
She could be the Miss E. ASHBY who was the proprietress of the Moora Hostel in Moora in 1923 [9: 28-Sep-1923]
In 1925 she was living on the property Spring Hill in Wanneroo [50]
Married George Western CURTIS in Perth in 1931 [66]
They were living in Salmon Gums in 1935, and in Kununoppin in 1936 [50] [84]
Resided with her husband in Carnamah in 1955 and 1956 [19]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Maylands [2]
Mother of Valda [84]
Died 21 September 1984; ashes interred Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (RC Section, Garden of Remembrance, 3, 72) [2]


"Stan" Stanley Lewis ASHDOWN
Born 26 June 1916 in Perth, Western Australia [16]
Married Marie Frances WHITE in Perth in 1941 [66]
Resided in Southern Cross prior to enlisting in the Royal Australian Air Force on 14 August 1941 [16]
     Sergeant 45597 at the Royal Australian Air Force's Western Area Headquarters during the Second World War [16]
     Discharged from the Royal Australian Air Force on 16 May 1946 [16]
In 1948 purchased the store at 2 Macpherson Street (corner of Macpherson and Yarra Streets) in Carnamah [7: page 245]
     Combined the three shops of the premises into one shop and conducted a newsagency, drapery and footwear business [P4]
Initially resided full time at the Carnamah Hotel at 22 Macpherson Street, Carnamah [P4] [P298]
     After his wife Marie shifted up to Carnamah they resided in a house in Yarra Street, Carnamah [P4]
     He owned and drove a small Tourer car with a jump seat at theback [P4]
     Received electricity at his home and shop from Carnamah firm Henry Parkin & Son [53]
     In 1952 electricity for the month of July cost £1.17.8 for his home and £1.4.9 for his shop [53]
     He was telephone number Carnamah-18 from 1949 to 1967 [60]
Advertised his business in the Schedule of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's Annual Show in 1949 [13]
     "Ashdown's    General Drapers and Agents    Carnamah    Telephone 18" [13]
     "Complete Range of Drapery and Footwear - Dry Cleaning and Footwear Repairs - All Leading Radio Sets and Accessories" [13]
     "Insure with Ashdown's your Home, Furniture, Car & Machinery Sheds - Local Agents for General Assurance Corporation" [13]
     "Ashdown's for Good Service; Prompt Attention to All Orders" [13]
In 1949 was a representative for 'The Economic Dry Cleaners' of 235 Hay Street, Perth [13]
    Through his representation sent items to The Economic Dry Cleaners for cleaning, dying and invisible mending [13]
In 1952 was an agent for the Agricultural Parts Supply Co Ltd, through which he sold David Brown and Fiat tractors [0: image 04650]
He was also an agent for Vanguard cars and utilities in 1952, and for Chamberlain tractors in 1953 [4: 20-Dec-1952] [0: image 04720]
In 1956 advertised that he he was an agent for the new six cylinder Morris Isis car [4: 21-Dec-1956]
Agent for B.P. Australia Ltd in Carnamah from 1958 to 1967 [60]
By 1962 was trading under the company name of "Ashdown's Stores Pty Ltd" [60]
In March 1963 purchased John BROOKES' mechanical garage in Robertson Street, Carnamah [51]
     The garage became the service division of his agencies, and its premises were telephone number Carnamah-67 [60]
Member of the Carnamah Badminton Club in 1949 [4: 10-Sep-1949]
Member of the Carnamah Tennis Club in 1950, and a Committee Member in 1955 [4: 22-Apr-1950] [0: image 04787]
Committee Member 1952-1957 and Financial member 1952-1958 of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society [13] [58]
Member of the Carnamah Golf Club - was Captain in 1954 and Vice Captain in 1958 [7: page 211] [4: 21-Mar-1958]
In October 1955 travelled to Perth to attended the Perth Royal Show [0: image 04782]
Became a member of the Carnamah Masonic Lodge No.150 WAC on 12 April 1957 [96]
In 1967 sold his business, premises and agencies in Carnamah to the WALTON family [7: page 245]
Resided of late at Parkland Villas in the Perth suburb of Woodlands [45]
Father of Graeme, Kerin and Rick [45]
Died 16 December 2005; cremated at the Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA [2]


Gladys Maud ASHLEIGH
Born 1900 in Broad Arrow, Western Australia [15]
Daughter of William Edward ASHLEIGH and Mary DUNLEAVY [15]
School Teacher of the Winchester State School in Winchester from April 1932 to about March 1933 [25]
Won first prizes for Crochet Doyleys and Best Worked Undergarment at the Coorow-Waddy Agricultural Show in 1932 [5: 16-Sep-1932]
The next week won second prize for Crochet Doyleys at the Carnamah Agricultural Show on 15 September 1932 [5: 23-Sep-1932]
Won first prize for the Best Specimen of Underclothing at the Three Springs Agricultural Show on 22 September 1932 [5: 30-Sep-1932]
School Teacher in Dongara in 1938 and 1939 [19] [50]
Later resided in the Perth suburb of Doubleview [2]
Died 24 June 1981; buried Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA (Roman Catholic, IC, 1D) [2]


Miss ASHLEY
Arrived in Carnamah in May 1928 to assist Mrs Florence E. BREWER at the Carnamah Hotel [4: 26-May-1928]
Employee at the Carnamah Hotel at 22 Macpherson Street, Carnamah in 1928
[4: 26-May-1928]