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Biographical Dictionary - Coorow, Carnamah, Three Springs


Surname

Angus MCINTOSH

Married Sarah Evelyn ANGOVE in 1904 in Victoria, Australia [54]
Farmer in Nhill, Victoria, Australia before shifting to Western Australia [280]
Farmer of Buckland Farm in Northam, Western Australia 1928-1949 [280]
     He had purchased Lot 1 of the Buckland Estate from John GARLAND and John Stuart GARLAND [280] in mid 1928 [81: 22-Jul-1928]
     The property contained the two storey stone and corrugated iron Buckland Homestead, which had been built in 1876 [280]
     Resided with his wife, son and daughters at the Buckland Homestead on Buckland Farm in Northam 1928-1949 [280] [454: 29-Jul-1949]
In mid 1928 he also purchased 2,000 acres of farmland at Dudawa in East Arrino from E. Nicholas STOKES [81: 22-Jul-1928]
He was also part of a partnership which purchased farmland on the Inering Estate in Carnamah in 1928 [81: 22-Jul-1928]
     Under the partnership of "Bedwell, Ludeman & McIntosh" acquired 4,307 acres of farmland on the Inering Estate [3]
     At the same time they purchased 2,026 acres from Cornelius SHEAHAN and 2,281 acres from CUMMING Bros [3] [81]
     The 2,026 acres consisted of Lot 1 of the Inering Estate and Lot M978 of Victoria Location 2022 [3] [9] [27] [60]
     Had the telephone connected to the property purchased from SHEAHAN in 1928 and 1929 - telephone number Inering-4 [60]
     The 2,281 acres consisted of Lots 11 and 12 of the Inering Estate, which contained the large stone Inering Homestead [3] [60] [61]
Absentee Farmer of the Inering Homestead Farm in Carnamah 1928-1949 [3] [5] [60] [81: 22-Jun-1928]
     Had the telephone at the property - it was number Inering-11 from 1929 to 1940 and then Carnamah-50G [60]
     He had an account with Carnamah blacksmith, wheelwright and motor mechanics Henry Parkin & Son from 1928 to 1932 [53]
     Employed Frederick W. BRAYBROOK to manage the farm in Carnamah in 1929 and 1930 [4: 4-Jan-1930]
     A fire on the farm in December 1929 resulted in the loss of 400 acres of stubble, 3 acres of crop and 80 bags of wheat [4: 4-Jan-1930]
     He was one of the Vice Presidents of the Carnamah Race Club in 1930 [4: 21-Dec-1929]
     Employed Lyell C. DORRINGTON as manager of their Inering Homestead Farm in Carnamah 1931-1933 [5: 2-Feb-1934] [19] [53]
     He judged the Horse section at the Carnamah District Agricultural Society's Annual Show on 15 September 1932 [5: 23-Sep-1932]
     In early November 1934 he was in Carnamah paying a visit1 to his farm on the Inering Estate [5: 2-Nov-1934]
     During the first week of May 1935 he was again in Carnamah on one of his periodical visits to inspect his farm [5: 15-May-1936]
     After spending several days at his farm in Carnamah he returned to his home in Northam on 18 December 1936 [5: 18-Dec-1936]
"Bedwell, Ludeman & McIntosh" were the owners of an International truck with license plate CA-200 in 1932 [4: 12-Nov-1932]
     Sold 15 bales of wool at 15d., four at 10½d. and one for 10¼d. per pound through Goldsbrough Mort & Co in 1934 [5: 7-Dec-1934]
     The firm sold eight bales of wool at 14½d. per pound and two bales at 12d. per pound from Carnamah in 1935 [5: 11-Oct-1935]
     They sold 65 sheep on 29 July 1936 receiving 27/11 for wethers, 19/1 for wethers hoggets and 19/7 for ewe hoggets [5: 31-Jul-1936]
     Sold 41 lambs at 16/1 per head through Goldsbrough Mort & Co Ltd at the Midland Market on 5 August 1936 [5: 7-Aug-1936]
     During September 1936 they sold 45 suckers at 16/4 and 80 suckers at 14/2 per head at two Midland Markets [5: 11-Sep-1936, 2-Oct-1936]
     They sold four bales of wool at 14½d. in October and 14 bales at 17½d. per pound in November 1936 [5: 16-Oct-1936, 27-Nov-1936]
     Sold 80 ewes at 7/7 per head through Goldsbrough Mort & Co Ltd at the Midland Market on 4 November 1936 [5: 6 & 27-Nov-1936]
     Sold a consignment of 80 mixed sheep on 25 November 1936 and received 14/4 for lambs, 12/3 for wethers and 10/4 for ewes [5]
     In 1937 requested permission to put a water pipe across the road from their Sheahan's property to the Inering Estate [5: 19-Mar-1937]
     The Carnamah District Road Board granted permission providing the pipe was buried 18 inches below the surface of the road [5]
     Sold 74 suckers (34 at 22/2, 40 at 21/-) through Goldsbrough Mort & Co Ltd at the Midland Market in September 1937 [5: 3-Sep-1937]
     Had an account with Carnamah blacksmith, wheelwright and motor mechanics Henry Parkin & Son 1938-1945 [53]
     The Inering Homestead Farm was managed by Geoffrey L. HINDS in 1938 and 1939 [19] [53] [103: page 72]
     Financial Member of the Carnamah District Agricultural Society in 1946 [13]
Rates for their 4,307 acre Inering Homestead Farm in Carnamah were sent to him at P.O. Box 6 at the Northam Post Office [3]
His brother-in-law William Henry ANGOVE was Licensee and Manager of the Commercial Hotel in Three Springs 1916-1921 [6] [10]
His daughter Mrs Mary Sinclair GILES and son-in-law E. C. Blair GILES resided in Three Springs in 1939 [50] [66]
Father of Evelyn, Elsie Jean, Angus Sinclair, Beryl Elizabeth and Mary Sinclair [54]
Died 26 July 1949; buried at the Northam Cemetery in Northam, Western Australia [454: 29-Jul-1949]
In 1950 the 4,307 acre Inering Homestead Farm on the Inering Estate in Carnamah was sold to Frank LUCAS of Carnamah [3]


Reference:  Carnamah Historical Society & Museum and North Midlands Project, 'Angus McIntosh' in Biographical Dictionary of Coorow, Carnamah and Three Springs, retrieved 27 June 2022 from www.carnamah.com.au/bio/angus-mcintosh [reference list]




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