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Biographical Dictionary - Coorow, Carnamah, Three Springs


Millicent Grace GILL / BRADSHAW

Born C.1900 [30]
Married George Arthur BRADSHAW in 1916 in Nottingham, England [21]
In 1919 was living at 60 Red Lion Street in Nottingham, England which was the address of her mother-in-law [30: items 3109516, 5105139]
On 7 December 1919 her husband applied with the Department of Repatriation for free passage for her to come to Australia [30]
The Department of Repatriation approved his application so she presumably travelled to Western Australia around early 1920 [30]
Resided in Moora in 1933 [39: 8-Nov-1933]
Their only son "Teddy" Edward Henry BRADSHAW died in Moora aged 10 years on 6 November 1933 [39: 8-Nov-1933]
Their son was buried at the Moora Public Cemetery (Anglican, Plot 154), with Rev. Frederick W. GUNNING officiating [116]
Resided in Carnamah with her husband and children 1934-1940 [5] [19]
Sent a wreath for the grave of Christina B. D. FORRESTER of Carnamah at the Winchester Cemetery on 31 August 1934 [4: 8-Sep-1934]
Sent a floral tribute for the grave of Mrs Florence PRICE of Carnamah at the Winchester Cemetery on 1 September 1936 [5: 4-Sep-1936]
Along with her daughters departed Carnamah by train on Friday 8 January 1937 for a holiday in Fremantle [5: 15-Jan-1937]
Following their holiday in Fremantle they returned to Carnamah during the fourth weekend of January 1937 [5: 29-Jan-1937]
Resided of late in the Perth suburb of Como [2]
Mother of Edward [12: 10-Nov-1933] Audrey, Alice and Ethel [P39]
Died 15 May 1985; buried at the Fremantle Cemetery in the Perth suburb of Palmyra (Anglican, AA, 1518) [2]

From The Midlands Advocate newspaper, Friday 10 November 1933:
"Edward Henry Bradshaw, the son of Mr and Mrs G. A. Bradshaw of Moora, died on Monday last at the age of ten years. The child had never enjoyed complete health, and much sympathy was expressed with his parents at their loss. He was buried on Tuesday last after a service in the Anglican Church, Moora. The Rev. F. W. Gunning paid a tribute to the devotion of the parents in caring so lovingly through many years to the invalid boy. During the service the hymn 'There's a Friend for Little Children' was sung. Many beautiful wreaths were sent along which were the following: Father, Mother, Audrey, Alice and Ethel; Grandma, Uncle Jack, Aunt Alice, Aunt Thurza, overseas; Mrs Fairclough, Lewis and Ray; L. H. Quigley and Miss Jean Stanley; Mr and Mrs E. C. de Mamiel; Mr and Mrs E. Byrne; Mr and Mrs W. A. Melrose; Mr and Mrs J. Carrick and family; Mr and Mrs M. Martin; Mr and Mars McKeever; Moora Group Toc H; Mr and Mrs F. Burnett and family; Mr and Mrs G. White; Mrs Clinch and Charlie; Dr and Mrs and Miss Myles; Mr J. Peterkin and daughter; Mrs Deckay, Northampton; Mrs Ford and family; Mr and Mrs George Murray and family; Mrs M. A. McNamara; Mr and Mrs Len Reid and Roger; Mr and Mrs F. J. Cook; Mr and Mrs A. Lumbers and family; Mr and Mrs W. Newman and family; Mrs M. A. Burnett and John Burnett; Mr and Mrs J. Young; Mr and Mrs P. Fornero; Mr and Mrs Forsyth and family; Mr and Mrs T. Fairclough; Mrs McVee and Carrie; Mrs Bayliss and Harriet; Mr and Mrs M. G. Brown and family; Mrs E. Brown and Grandchildren; Mr and. Mrs W. Fairclough and family; Mrs J. J. Gladwell; Mr and Mrs A. Gladwell and family; Mrs Burns and family; Mrs Allen, Len and Eva ; Mr and Mrs W. Taylor and family; Rev. S. Hodgkins; Mrs M. T. Peterkin and daughters; Mr and Mrs T. Keamy. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr F. S. Flood of Moora.

Reference:  Carnamah Historical Society & Museum and North Midlands Project, 'Millicent Grace Gill / Bradshaw' in Biographical Dictionary of Coorow, Carnamah and Three Springs, retrieved 2 March 2024 from [reference list]

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