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Biographical Dictionary - Coorow, Carnamah, Three Springs



Born 1909 [15]
Daughter of Howard Wentworth TYLOR and Elsie Julia SEEBER [5: 9-Oct-1936] [50] [66]
Married William Hugh MOORE in 1932 [66]
Resided with husband and two children in Carnamah in 1935 and 1936 [19] [0: image 03597]
Member of the Carnamah Golf Club in 1935 [5: 24-May-1935]
Member of the Carnamah Repertory Club in 1935, 1936 and 1937 [5: 28-Jun-1935, 31-Jul-1936, 7-May-1937]
Played Kitty in the play "Uncle Joseph" at the Carnamah Repertory Club's Concert at the Carnamah Hall on 25 July 1935 [5: 26-Jul-1935]
In early October 1935 her mother was in Carnamah staying with herself and her husband [5: 4-Oct-1935]
Member of the Carnamah Anglican Church 1935-1937 [5: 6-Aug-1937]
Attended the Carnamah Repertory Club's Social Evening & Play Presentation at the Carnamah Hall on 17 June 1936 [5: 19-Jun-1936]
Attended the Carnamah Anglican Church's Mid-Winter Ball on 11 July 1936 in sunburnt velvet with silver lama buttons [5: 17-Jul-1936]
Attended the C.W.A. Plain & Fancy Dress Ball at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 25 July 1936 dressed as "Bell Boys" [5: 31-Jul-1936]
Attended the Coorow Tennis Club's Back to Childhood Ball at the Coorow Hall on 22 August 1936 wearing a party frock [5: 28-Aug-1936]
Won 2nd prizes for Coffee Sponge Sandwich and Crochet Woollen Article at the 1936 Coorow-Waddy Agricultural Show [5: 11-Sep-1936]
A week after the Coorow-Waddy Agricultural Show she won 1st prize for Plain Cake at the Carnamah Agricultural Show [5: 18-Sep-1936]
Played Mrs Valerie in the play "The Golf Widow" at the Carnamah Repertory Club's Social on Friday 2 October 1936 [5: 9-Oct-1936]
Her mother and sister Loris A. TYLOR spent a holiday with herself and her husband in Carnamah in October 1936 [5: 9 & 23-Oct-1936]
Best Dressed Girl at the Back to Childhood Ball at the Carnamah Hall on Saturday 17 October 1936 wearing a party frock [5: 23-Oct-1936]
Played Lady Victoria in the play "No Servants" at the Carnamah Repertory Club's Concert on 9 December 1936 [5: 11-Dec-1936]
Member of the Carnamah Tennis Club in 1936-37 [5: 26-Feb-1937]
Herself and her husband were among those from Carnamah who holidayed at the beach in Dongara over Easter in 1937 [5: 2-Apr-1937]
Her mother resided in Carnamah for a few months in 1937 and worked at Smarts Popular Store at 7 Macpherson Street [5: 16-Apr-1937]
Herself and her daughter Maureen travelled to Perth on Monday 12 April 1937 [5: 16-Apr-1937]
Member of the Carnamah Adult Education Circle in 1937 - hosted some of their meetings at her home [5: 19-Mar-1937, 28-May-1937]
Played Sheila Waybury in the play "Evening Dress Indispensable" at the Carnamah Repertory Club Social on 25 June 1937 [5: 2-Jul-1937]
Herself and her husband were tendered a Valedictory Social at the Carnamah Hall on Friday 30 July 1937 [4: 7-Aug-1937] [5: 6-Aug-1937]
     The social was organised by the Carnamah Anglican Church, the Carnamah Tennis Club and the Carnamah Repertory Club [5]
     During the evening they received a chromium electric table lamp from the three bodies and the citizens of the Carnamah district [5]
     The evening consisted of musical and vocal items, dialogues, dancing, numerous speeches and the singing of Auld Lang Syne [5]
     Her husband expressed their regret at leaving Carnamah where they'd spent a very happy time and had hoped to stay longer [4] [5]
Following their Valedictory Social they left Carnamah on Friday evening 30 July 1937 and shifted to Perth [5: 6-Aug-1937]
Left Carnamah during the evening of the 30 July 1937 and shifted to Perth [0: image 03653]
Later resided in the Mandurah suburb of South Yunderup [2]
Mother of Maureen [5: 16-Apr-1937]
Died 13 October 2001; cremated at the Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth WA [2]

Reference:  Carnamah Historical Society & Museum and North Midlands Project, 'Eva May Tylor / Moore' in Biographical Dictionary of Coorow, Carnamah and Three Springs, retrieved 23 August 2019 from  [ sources ]

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