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Biographical Dictionary - Coorow, Carnamah, Three Springs


Surname

Charlotte NAIRN / ROBERTS

Born 21 September 1851 in Busselton, Western Australia [148]
Daughter of James NAIRN and Sarah PETTIT [15]
Resided with her parents on Dalaik Farm in York [148]
Between 1863 and 1866 left York and settled with her parents on Noolooloo Station in what became the Carnamah district [148] [245]
Said to have moved with her parents to Noolooloo at age 10, however it may have been temporary as they were in York in 1863 [15] [148]
Spent some of her younger years living with in Perth with a Mrs STRICKLAND and also with Walter and Charlotte PADBURY [148]
Both Mrs STRICKLAND and Walter and Charlotte PADBURY lived almost next door in Saint George's Terrace in Perth [148]
While spending the winter at Yatheroo with her uncle and aunt Walter and Charlotte PADBURY she met Edward ROBERTS [148]
Married Edward ROBERTS in Guildford on 19 April 1871 [148]
After their wedding they travelled in a buggy and two horses to their home on Yatheroo Station near Dandaragan [148]
In 1899 her daughter Lucy spent some time in Carnamah, during which time she played with Edith M. MACPHERSON [39: 31-Mar-1899]
Mother of four sons - Charles James, Edward Nairn, Maitland Walter and John Athelstone [15]
Mother of four daughters - Emma May, Clara Padbury, Flora Elsie and Lucy Charlotte [15]
Died 1942 in Perth [15]


Reference:  Carnamah Historical Society & Museum and North Midlands Project, 'Charlotte Nairn / Roberts' in Biographical Dictionary of Coorow, Carnamah and Three Springs, retrieved 25 September 2021 from www.carnamah.com.au/bio/charlotte-nairn [sources]




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