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Biographical Dictionary - Coorow, Carnamah, Three Springs


Marion Emily JAQUET

Born 31 October 1929 in Three Springs, Western Australia [P493]
Daughter of Rev. "Godfrey" Ernest Godfrey JAQUET and Grace Marion UNDERWOOD [P493]
She was born at the North Midlands District Hospital in Three Springs [39: 4-Nov-1929]
Her parents had left England in 1928 for her father to be the first Church of England Rector in Three Springs [4: 19-May-1928]
Resided with her parents and brother Donald at The Rectory in Three Springs 1929-1932 [4: 9-Nov-1929] [19]
As an infant she was believed to have been placed in the coolest place in The Rectory, which was under the bed! [P493]
She was baptised at the Agricultural Hall in Three Springs in the presence of invited ladies on 31 December 1929 [4: 4-Jan-1930] [39]
Her Godparents were Miss UNDERWOOD of London, Mrs BURGESS of Perth and the Archbishop of Melbourne [39: 9-Jan-1930]
In their absence her Godparents were represented at her baptism by May CALDOW, Rachel WALLACE and Fred JAMES [39]
Left Three Springs with her parents and brother in June 1932 to spend some time in England [P493]
They departed Fremantle on the steamship Jervis Bay and arrived in Southampton, England on 22 July 1932 [204]
After six months they returned to Western Australia on the steamship Esperance Bay, arriving at Fremantle on 18 February 1933 [338]
Resided with her parents in the Perth suburbs of Mount Hawthorn and Nedlands [P493]
She passed Grade V in Pianoforte Musical Examinations in 1940 [39: 28-Dec-1940]
Shifted with her parents to the Perth suburb of Mount Pleasant [P493]
Initially they lived in a caravan and two tents on a block of land out in the bush in Mount Pleasant [120: 22-Apr-1948]
In 1948 they used a boat to get to the shops at Canning Bridge and also had an old car and bicycles [120: 22-Apr-1948]
She was working as a Typist in 1948 [120: 22-Apr-1948]
Later resided with her parents in the first house, named Edewater, built on The Esplanade in the Perth suburb of Mount Pleasant [P493]
Married James Fraser ANDERSON on 4 April 1953 at Saint George's Church in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia [39: 23-Apr-1953]
Her marriage ceremony was performed by her father, Canon E. Godfrey JAQUET [39: 23-Apr-1953]
In 1954 she was working as a Stenographer and living with her husband at 37 Littleton Street in Launceston East, Tasmania [50]

Reference:  Carnamah Historical Society & Museum and North Midlands Project, 'Marion Emily Jaquet' in Biographical Dictionary of Coorow, Carnamah and Three Springs, retrieved 2 July 2022 from [reference list]

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