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Biographical Dictionary - Coorow, Carnamah, Three Springs


Surname

Ernest GALBRAITH

Labourer in Mingenew 1903-1908 [19] [50]
Labourer in Irwin 1908-1913 [19] [50]
Won the £6 Permanent Way Men's Handicap at the Midland Railway Employees' Picnic in Dongara on 9 November 1912 [9: 15-Nov-1912]
Railway Fettler for the Midland Railway Company in Carnamah in 1913 [39: 14-Aug-1913]
Member of the Carnamah Football Club in 1913 [9: 11-Jul-1913]
Boarded, except for sleeping, with Henry and Mary J. McCLYMANS and their children in Carnamah in 1913 [39: 13, 14, & 15-Aug-1913]
He boarded with the McCLYMANS until 4 July 1913, but continued working in Carnamah until at least August of 1913 [39: 14-Aug-1913]
Himself and "Harry" Henry McCLYMANS worked together in the same railway gang in Carnamah [39: 14-Aug-1913]
When they stopped for lunch on 9 July 1913 Harry ate a sandwich laced with strychnine but spat it out and survived [39: 13-Aug-1913]
He gave evidence at the Moora Police Court on 13 August 1913 where Mary J. McCLYMANS was on trial for poisoning [39: 14-Aug-1913]


Reference:  Carnamah Historical Society & Museum and North Midlands Project, 'Ernest Galbraith' in Biographical Dictionary of Coorow, Carnamah and Three Springs, retrieved 8 August 2022 from www.carnamah.com.au/bio/ernest-galbraith [reference list]




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