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Biographical Dictionary - Coorow, Carnamah, Three Springs


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"Jock" Clarence Jock BRYANT

Born 13 May 1914 in Bridgetown, Western Australia [16]
Farmhand on Yorkdale Farm in Marchagee 1935-1943 and Farmer in Waddy Forest 1947-1956 [19]
Became a member of the Carnamah Masonic Lodge No.150 WAC on 13 December 1935[96]
Part of an overland trip to the uninhabited coast at Jurien Bay, which departed on Monday 15 February 1937 [5: 26-Feb-1937]
     The 12 other members of the party were Frank R. BRYANT, Walter G. FENNELL and W. Frank FENNELL of Marchagee; [5]
     Baxter D. BOTHE, William J. GAUNT, George HUTRCHRAFT, Donald S. GRANT, David TODD, Fred BINGHAM, [5]
     and John S. READ of Coorow; Angus A. N. MCGILP of Waddy Forest; and William A. T. SARGENT of Carnamah [5]
     They travelled in two trucks and two cars and from Moora they drove over 54 miles of road and 30 miles of sand [5]
     They erected a shed and tables and were able to get good reception on a wireless Fred BINGHAM had taken along [5]
     They took a boat with them and fished every day, and paid a visit to caves situated nine miles from their camp at Jurien Bay [5]
     The party also visited Sandy Cape and North Head and after an enjoyable stay returned home on Friday 19 February 1937 [5]
Married Muriel COOPER in Perth in 1942 [66]
Enlisted in the Australian Army on 8 December 1942 [16]
Corporal WX35807 in the Australian Army's 11th Australian MC GP during the Second World War [16]
Discharged from the Australian Army on 15 January 1946 [16]
Later resided in Buntine and in the southern Perth suburb of Waikiki [45]
Father of Chris, Steven, Vince and Russell [45]
Died 10 August 2006; cremated at the Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA on 17 August 2006 [45]


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