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Biographical Dictionary - Coorow, Carnamah, Three Springs


William Henry ARSCOTT

Born C.1904 in England [88]
Coal Miner in England [203]
His last address before leaving England was the Government Instructional Centre in Brandon, Suffolk, England [203]
With others from the Government Instructional Centre departed London, England on the Berrima on 6 December 1927 [203]
They arrived in Fremantle, Western Australia on the steamship Berrima on 17 January 1928 [63]
Arrived on the passenger train in Carnamah at 1:30 a.m. on 4 March 1938 [88]
On arrival in Carnamah in company with Robert DAVIDSON he entered the railway station premises [88]
After unintentionally locking the door from the inside they went to sleep in beds within the premises [88]
The Midland Railway Company reported the locked door and that they suspected someone was inside at 5:30 a.m. [88]
Constable Maurice PLUNKETT of the Carnamah Police Station investigated the matter and arrested them both [88]
They had not disturbed anything within the premises however were charged with trespassing [88]
Later on 4 March 1938 they went before the Carnamah Police Court where they were cautioned and ordered to pay costs of 1/- [88]
Labourer in Carnamah in 1938 [88]
He could be the William Henry ARSCOTT who was a Mill Hand in Treesville northeast of Collie in 1943 [50]

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