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Biographical Dictionary - Coorow, Carnamah, Three Springs


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Dagmar KOCH / RAE

School Teacher at the Three Springs State School in 1909 [6] [31]
Her mother Mrs Blanche KOCH resided with her at the school in Three Springs [6] [19]
In 1909 it was remakred Three Springs had "a very nice school and quarters... with a fair attendance for so small a place" [86: 15-Apr-1909]
She was described as "a nice, bright, smiling teacher" who "the children must get on well with" [86: 15-Apr-1909]
Organised the Three Springs State School's Concert and Christmas Tree on Christmas Eve 24 December 1909 [31: 14-Jan-1910]
During the concert she was congratulated on the excellent progress the schoolchildren had made during the year [31: 14-Jan-1910]
Left Three Springs in early 1910 after being transferred to another school [31: 14-Jan-1910]
School Teacher at the State School in Greenough North in 1911 [73]
Later in 1911 she resided in Three Springs, but not as the local teacher [19]
Listed on the 1912 Commonwealth Electoral Roll as a spinster in Strawberry [50]
School Teacher at the State Schools in Dandaragan in 1912, Kununoppin in 1913 and at Chapman East in 1914 [73]
She may have taught at the State School in Gillingarra later in 1913 [50]
In 1915 she was the School Teacher of both the State Schools in Chapman East and Mount Erin (probably spending days at each) [73]
Bridesmaid at the wedding of her sister Clare to Robert BLACK in Three Springs on the evening of Thursday 20 July 1916 [10: 28-Jul-1916]
Married John RAE of East Chapman on 24 August 1916 in Three Springs [86: 2-Sep-1916]


Reference:  Carnamah Historical Society & Museum and North Midlands Project, 'Dagmar Koch / Rae' in Biographical Dictionary of Coorow, Carnamah and Three Springs, retrieved 16 July 2020 from www.carnamah.com.au/bio/dagmar-koch [sources]




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