Ira James Bradley

M, #1, b. 14 February 1928, d. 6 July 2018
Ira Bradley
Father*George Stewart Bradley b. 9 Jul 1893, d. 30 May 1975
Mother*Ruth Ella Lowis b. 22 Aug 1899, d. 26 May 1993
Last Edited17 Jul 2021
Birth*Ira James Bradley was born on 14 February 1928 at Subiaco, Western AustraliaG
He was the son of George Stewart Bradley and Ruth Ella Lowis
Death*Ira James Bradley died on 6 July 2018 at Como, Western AustraliaG, at age 90. 
Burial*He was buried at Pinnaroo Valley Memorial Park, Padbury, Western AustraliaG; Santalum Court-Creek 1-0033.1
RelationshipFather of Neil James Bradley

Citations

  1. [S632] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com.

George Stewart Bradley

M, #11, b. 9 July 1893, d. 30 May 1975
George Bradley
Father*Francis Mortimer (Frank*) Bradley b. 19 Dec 1863, d. 25 Oct 1943
Mother*Catherine (Kate*) Hillier b. 29 Jul 1866, d. 25 Aug 1945
Last Edited28 Jun 2021
Birth*George Stewart Bradley was born on 9 July 1893 at Mundulla, South AustraliaG; reg: 531 250 Wel**.
He was the son of Francis Mortimer (Frank*) Bradley and Catherine (Kate*) Hillier
Marriage*George Stewart Bradley married Amy Edith Carra, daughter of Samuel Matthew Carra and Adelaide Jane Snell, on 2 July 1919 at Perth, Western AustraliaG; BRADLEY-CARRA.--On July 2. at the Methodist Church. Subiaco, by Rev. Roger, George, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Bradley, Dowerin, to Amy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carra, Subiaco.1 
Marriage*George Stewart Bradley married Ruth Ella Lowis, daughter of James Lowis and Annie Bear, on 14 November 1921 at Minnivale, Western AustraliaG; Reg: Northam 95/1921.2,3
Death*George Stewart Bradley died on 30 May 1975 at Manning, Western AustraliaG, at age 81; 81yrs. 
Burial*He was buried at Karrakatta, Western AustraliaG; Gen Lawn 2, 198.

Family 1

Amy Edith Carra b. 1897, d. 15 Apr 1920

Family 2

Ruth Ella Lowis b. 22 Aug 1899, d. 26 May 1993
Child
Milit-Beg*George Stewart Bradley began military service on 25 September 1914 at Dowerin, Western AustraliaG, Private, 601, 16th Battalion, E Company.4
Anecdote*Becomes Licensee of the Billiard Saloon of Dowerin. I think it was run by his brother Frank.5
RelationshipGrandfather of Neil James Bradley

Citations

  1. [S89] The West, 26/2/2004, 50, 8/7/1919 pg 1.
  2. [S162] Reverse WA Marriage Lookup, online http://www.wamarriage.info/
  3. [S389] Trove, online trove.nla.gov.au, Wedding - Anniversary (1951, November 30). The Dowerin Guardian and Amery Line Advocate (Wyalkatchem, WA : 1927 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved September 28, 2017, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article240259804
  4. [S156] UNSW AIF WWI, online www.aif.adfa.edu.au.
  5. [S389] Trove, online trove.nla.gov.au, Advertising (1920, August 7). Toodyay Herald (WA : 1912 - 1954), p. 3. Retrieved February 17, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article148913712

Ruth Ella Lowis

F, #12, b. 22 August 1899, d. 26 May 1993
Ruth Lowis
Father*James Lowis b. 5 Nov 1853, d. 5 Apr 1940
Mother*Annie Bear b. 1858, d. 15 Jun 1939
Last Edited28 Jun 2021
Birth*Ruth Ella Lowis was born on 22 August 1899 at South Africa
She was the daughter of James Lowis and Annie Bear
Marriage*Ruth Ella Lowis married George Stewart Bradley, son of Francis Mortimer (Frank*) Bradley and Catherine (Kate*) Hillier, on 14 November 1921 at Minnivale, Western AustraliaG; Reg: Northam 95/1921.1,2
Death*Ruth Ella Lowis died on 26 May 1993 at Salter Point, Western AustraliaG, at age 93; 93yrs. 
Burial*She was buried at Karrakatta Cemetery and Crematorium, Karrakatta, Western AustraliaG; General-Lawn 2-0198.3 

Family

George Stewart Bradley b. 9 Jul 1893, d. 30 May 1975
Child
Immigration*Ruth Ella Lowis immigrated in August 1908 to Victoria on the ship Pericles from South Africa..4 
RelationshipGrandmother of Neil James Bradley

Citations

  1. [S162] Reverse WA Marriage Lookup, online http://www.wamarriage.info/
  2. [S389] Trove, online trove.nla.gov.au, Wedding - Anniversary (1951, November 30). The Dowerin Guardian and Amery Line Advocate (Wyalkatchem, WA : 1927 - 1954), p. 1. Retrieved September 28, 2017, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article240259804
  3. [S632] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com.
  4. [S217] PRO Vic Unassited Immigration, online proarchives.imagineering.com.au.

Francis Mortimer (Frank*) Bradley1

M, #19, b. 19 December 1863, d. 25 October 1943
Francis Mortimer Bradley
Father*Charles George Mortimer Bradley b. 15 Nov 1834, d. 29 Jun 1909
Mother*Anne Ford Craig b. 3 Jan 1841, d. 20 Mar 1916
Last Edited28 Jun 2021
Birth*Francis Mortimer (Frank*) Bradley was born on 19 December 1863 at Bungaree, VictoriaG; reg: 18862 **.2
He was the son of Charles George Mortimer Bradley and Anne Ford Craig
Marriage*Francis Mortimer (Frank*) Bradley married Catherine (Kate*) Hillier, daughter of George Hillier and Catherine Mackel, on 20 May 1886 at Wirrega, South AustraliaG; Reg: 147 619** Residence of George Hillier, Coromundel Farm.2
Death*Francis Mortimer (Frank*) Bradley died on 25 October 1943 at Claremont, Western AustraliaG, at age 79; reg: 073223 79yrs. 
Burial*He was buried at Karrakatta, Western AustraliaG; Wesleyn Cemetry, ha 544.

Family

Catherine (Kate*) Hillier b. 29 Jul 1866, d. 25 Aug 1945
Child
MRCA*Francis Mortimer (Frank*) Bradley and Catherine (Kate*) Hillier is/are the Most Recent Common Ancestor(s) of Neil James Bradley and 8 known descendant(s) who have DNA matches to Neil. 
Occupation*Francis Mortimer (Frank*) Bradley was a Labourer, Farmer. 
OccupationHe was a Teamster in 1905 at Worsley, Western Australia.3 
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Neil James Bradley

Citations

  1. [S1] Clem Jones, Pioneers and Progress, 101.
  2. [S80] Certificate.
  3. [S136] Wise's Directories, Wise's Directory 1905.

Catherine (Kate*) Hillier

F, #20, b. 29 July 1866, d. 25 August 1945
Catherine Hillier
Father*George Hillier b. Oct 1833, d. 6 May 1915
Mother*Catherine Mackel b. 1836, d. 27 Aug 1916
Last Edited28 Jun 2021
Birth*Catherine (Kate*) Hillier was born on 29 July 1866 at Swamp Rd, Strathalbyn, South AustraliaG; reg: 45 463. 
She was the daughter of George Hillier and Catherine Mackel
Marriage*Catherine (Kate*) Hillier married Francis Mortimer (Frank*) Bradley, son of Charles George Mortimer Bradley and Anne Ford Craig, on 20 May 1886 at Wirrega, South AustraliaG; Reg: 147 619** Residence of George Hillier, Coromundel Farm.1
Death*Catherine (Kate*) Hillier died on 25 August 1945 at Cottesloe, Western AustraliaG, at age 79; reg: 077977 80yrs. 
Burial*She was buried at Karrakatta, Western AustraliaG; Methodist Cemetry, ha 544.

Family

Francis Mortimer (Frank*) Bradley b. 19 Dec 1863, d. 25 Oct 1943
Child
MRCA*Francis Mortimer (Frank*) Bradley and Catherine (Kate*) Hillier is/are the Most Recent Common Ancestor(s) of Neil James Bradley and 8 known descendant(s) who have DNA matches to Neil. 
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of Neil James Bradley

Citations

  1. [S80] Certificate.

James Lowis

M, #21, b. 5 November 1853, d. 5 April 1940
James Lowis
Father*Thomas Lowis b. 1822, d. 1898
Mother*Margaret Penrith b. 1828, d. 1909
Last Edited28 Jun 2021
Birth*James Lowis was born on 5 November 1853 at Crosby Ravensworth, Westmorland, EnglandG; reg: 449/1853**.
He was the son of Thomas Lowis and Margaret Penrith
Marriage*James Lowis married Annie Bear, daughter of James Thomas Bear and Harriet Bryant Smith, on 25 August 1884 at St Mark's Church, Fitzroy, VictoriaG; reg: 3745**.
Death*James Lowis died on 5 April 1940 at Newport, VictoriaG, at age 86; reg: 3661/1940**


The Argus 8/4/1940

LOWIS.-On the 5th April, at the residence of his son-in-law (Mr. Ira Davies), 86 North Road, Newport. James, the dearly beloved husband of the late Annie Lowis, the loving lather of Millie (Mrs. Davies), Bessie (Mrs. Paull), Ralph, and Ruth (Mrs. Bradley, W.A.) aged 88 years. -In God's care.1
Burial*He was buried on 6 April 1940 at Williamstown, VictoriaG; FAG: 153569969.1 

Family

Annie Bear b. 1858, d. 15 Jun 1939
Child
Occupation*James Lowis was a Joiner. 
(With Parents) Census_1861EngHe appeared on the 1861 English census of Rockcliffe, Churchtown, Cumberland, England, in the household of his parents Thomas Lowis and Margaret Penrith.2 
(With Parents) Census_1871EngJames Lowis appeared on the 1871 English census of Gill Cottage, Greysouthern, Cumberland, EnglandG, in the household of his parents Thomas Lowis and Margaret Penrith.3 
Immigration*James Lowis immigrated circa 1879 to Victoria on the ship 61 years in Victoria..1 
ImmigrationHe immigrated in August 1908 to Victoria on the ship Pericles from South Africa..4 
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Neil James Bradley

Citations

  1. [S79] Death Certicate.
  2. [S176] Ancestry.Com 1861 Census, online search.ancestry.co.uk, Carlisle, Stanwix, 6, 17, 3922, 74, 3.
  3. [S177] Ancestry.Com 1871 Census, online search.ancestry.co.uk, Cockermouth, Workington, 3, 105, 5241, 67, 23.
  4. [S217] PRO Vic Unassited Immigration, online proarchives.imagineering.com.au.

Annie Bear

F, #22, b. 1858, d. 15 June 1939
Annie Bear
Father*James Thomas Bear b. c 1832, d. 5 Nov 1910
Mother*Harriet Bryant Smith b. c 1834, d. 23 Apr 1913
Last Edited28 Jun 2021
Birth*Annie Bear was born in 1858 at Fryers Creek, Fryerstown, VictoriaG; reg: 19174. 
She was the daughter of James Thomas Bear and Harriet Bryant Smith
Marriage*Annie Bear married James Lowis, son of Thomas Lowis and Margaret Penrith, on 25 August 1884 at St Mark's Church, Fitzroy, VictoriaG; reg: 3745**.
Death*Annie Bear died on 15 June 1939 at Newport, VictoriaG; reg: 5398/1939**.1
Burial*She was buried on 16 June 1939 at Williamstown, VictoriaG; FAG: 153569968.1 

Family

James Lowis b. 5 Nov 1853, d. 5 Apr 1940
Child
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of Neil James Bradley

Citations

  1. [S79] Death Certicate.

Samuel Nathaniel Hayman

M, #23, b. 8 July 1900, d. 14 February 1973
Sam Hayman
Father*Samuel John William George Hayman b. 14 Mar 1878, d. 4 Jan 1960
Mother*Elizabeth Ann (Tot*) McMillan b. 27 May 1880, d. 10 May 1923
Last Edited28 Jun 2021
Birth*Samuel Nathaniel Hayman was born on 8 July 1900 at West Perth, Western AustraliaG; reg: 3968** Duff St.
He was the son of Samuel John William George Hayman and Elizabeth Ann (Tot*) McMillan
Marriage*Samuel Nathaniel Hayman married Doris Trixie* Woods, daughter of Henry Watson (Harry*) Woods and Frances (Fanny*) Chamberlain, on 19 December 1925 at Maylands, Western AustraliaG; St Lukes Reg: Perth 1351/1925.1
Death*Samuel Nathaniel Hayman died on 14 February 1973 at Inglewood, Western AustraliaG, at age 72; 72yrs. 
Burial*He was buried at Karrakatta, Western AustraliaG; Anglican Lawn 5 Plot 514
Father of Rayma & Shirley. Also wife Trixie Doris.2

Family

Doris Trixie* Woods b. 13 Sep 1900, d. 30 Jun 1993
Child
Milit-Beg*Samuel Nathaniel Hayman began military service on 31 August 1942 at Maylands, Western AustraliaG, W68805, Corporal, 1 Btn Volunteer Defence Corps.3 
Occupation*He was a Tiler, Tile Salesman - Bristile & Wunderlich 50yrs. 
RelationshipGrandfather of Neil James Bradley
ChartsShirley Hayman Ancestors Indented
Harriet Adams Line (Chamberlain)
Chamberlain Family
Chamberlain Family Indented

Citations

  1. [S80] Certificate.
  2. [S371] Karrakatta Headstones, online http://membership.wags.org.au/membership-mainmenu-44/…
  3. [S63] WW2 Nominal Roll, online www.ww2roll.gov.au.

Doris Trixie* Woods1

F, #24, b. 13 September 1900, d. 30 June 1993
Trixie Woods
Father*Henry Watson (Harry*) Woods b. c 1859, d. 7 Apr 1926
Mother*Frances (Fanny*) Chamberlain b. Mar 1863, d. 4 Apr 1932
Last Edited28 Jun 2021
Birth*Doris Trixie* Woods was born on 13 September 1900 at Waroona, Western AustraliaG; reg: 3142.2,1 
She was the daughter of Henry Watson (Harry*) Woods and Frances (Fanny*) Chamberlain
BaptismDoris Trixie* Woods was baptized on 7 December 1900 at Pinjarra, Western AustraliaG.2 
Marriage*She married Samuel Nathaniel Hayman, son of Samuel John William George Hayman and Elizabeth Ann (Tot*) McMillan, on 19 December 1925 at Maylands, Western AustraliaG; St Lukes Reg: Perth 1351/1925.1
Death*Doris Trixie* Woods died on 30 June 1993 at Mount Lawley, Western AustraliaG, at age 92; 92yrs. 
Burial*She was buried at Karrakatta, Western AustraliaG; Anglican Lawn 5 Plot 514
Also husband Samuel Nathaniel.3

Family

Samuel Nathaniel Hayman b. 8 Jul 1900, d. 14 Feb 1973
Child
(Next of Kin) Milit-BegDoris Trixie* Woods was listed as the Next of Kin by Noel Waroona Woods MM on 21 May 1940 at Inglewood, Western AustraliaG; WWII, WX3155, Pvte, 3 Aust Mob Ldy & Fwd Decn Unit.4
RelationshipsGrandmother of Neil James Bradley
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Victoria Rae (Vicki*) Barrett
1st cousin 2 times removed of William (Bill*) McElroy
3rd cousin 1 time removed of Thomas Anthony (Tony*) Harrop
ChartsShirley Hayman Ancestors Indented
Harriet Adams Line (Chamberlain)
Chamberlain Family
Chamberlain Family Indented

Citations

  1. [S80] Certificate.
  2. [S142] Family Search, online www.familysearch.org, Australia, Births and Baptisms, 1792-1981 FHL microfilm 1363713, Pg 26.
  3. [S371] Karrakatta Headstones, online http://membership.wags.org.au/membership-mainmenu-44/…
  4. [S63] WW2 Nominal Roll, online www.ww2roll.gov.au.

Rayma Dawn Hayman

F, #25, b. 29 November 1928, d. 18 September 2020
Rayma Hoskins
Father*Samuel Nathaniel Hayman b. 8 Jul 1900, d. 14 Feb 1973
Mother*Doris Trixie* Woods b. 13 Sep 1900, d. 30 Jun 1993
Last Edited14 Jun 2021
Birth*Rayma Dawn Hayman was born on 29 November 1928 at Perth, Western AustraliaG
She was the daughter of Samuel Nathaniel Hayman and Doris Trixie* Woods
Marriage*Rayma Dawn Hayman married Thomas Bruce Hoskins, son of Arthur Edward Hoskins and Annie Mary Breadsell, on 7 October 1950 at St George's Cathedral, Perth, Western AustraliaG
Death*Rayma Dawn Hayman died on 18 September 2020 at Duncraig, Western Australia, at age 91.

Family

Thomas Bruce Hoskins b. 29 Oct 1927, d. 17 Jul 2005
RelationshipsAunt of Neil James Bradley
3rd cousin 1 time removed of Victoria Rae (Vicki*) Barrett
2nd cousin 1 time removed of William (Bill*) McElroy
4th cousin of Thomas Anthony (Tony*) Harrop
ChartsHarriet Adams Line (Chamberlain)
Chamberlain Family
Chamberlain Family Indented

Samuel John William George Hayman

M, #26, b. 14 March 1878, d. 4 January 1960
Samuel JWG Hayman
Father*George Hayman b. 25 Mar 1828, d. 5 Aug 1888
Mother*Sabina Pendor b. c 1834, d. 7 May 1896
Last Edited9 Nov 2021
Birth*Samuel John William George Hayman was born on 14 March 1878 at Perth, Western AustraliaG; reg: 18915**.
He was the son of George Hayman and Sabina Pendor
BaptismSamuel John William George Hayman was baptized on 23 March 1878 at Perth, Western Australia; RC.1 
Marriage*He married Elizabeth Ann (Tot*) McMillan, daughter of Alexander McMillan and Elizabeth Anne Owens, on 24 July 1899 at Perth, Western AustraliaG; reg: 1216** CE - St Alban's.
Marriage*Samuel John William George Hayman married Ellen Doyle on 29 August 1925 at Perth, Western AustraliaG; reg: 1928.2,3 
Death*Samuel John William George Hayman died on 4 January 1960 at West Leederville, Western AustraliaG, at age 81; 81yrs - 110 St Leonard's Ave, West Leederville.3 
Burial*He was buried at Karrakatta, Western AustraliaG; R/C OC 428
81yr Also wife Ellen & grandson Robert Stewart COCHRANE.4

Family 1

Elizabeth Ann (Tot*) McMillan b. 27 May 1880, d. 10 May 1923
Children

Family 2

Ellen Doyle b. 1878, d. 22 Jul 1958
MRCA*Samuel John William George Hayman and Elizabeth Ann (Tot*) McMillan is/are the Most Recent Common Ancestor(s) of Neil James Bradley and 4 known descendant(s) who have DNA matches to Neil. 
Occupation*Samuel John William George Hayman was a Blacksmith. 
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Neil James Bradley
ChartsShirley Hayman Ancestors Indented

Citations

  1. [S142] Family Search, online www.familysearch.org, "Australia Births and Baptisms, 1792-1981", database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XTZR-LG6: 28 January 2020), Samuel Joanus Heman, 1878.
  2. [S190] Marriages, Marriage Index of WA 1915-33.
  3. [S80] Certificate.
  4. [S371] Karrakatta Headstones, online http://membership.wags.org.au/membership-mainmenu-44/…

Elizabeth Ann (Tot*) McMillan

F, #27, b. 27 May 1880, d. 10 May 1923
Elizabeth McMillan
Father*Alexander McMillan b. 18 Apr 1841, d. 11 Jul 1924
Mother*Elizabeth Anne Owens b. 2 Apr 1846, d. 17 Aug 1929
Last Edited28 Jun 2021
Birth*Elizabeth Ann (Tot*) McMillan was born on 27 May 1880 at Balranald, New South WalesG; reg: 9530. 
She was the daughter of Alexander McMillan and Elizabeth Anne Owens
Marriage*Elizabeth Ann (Tot*) McMillan married Samuel John William George Hayman, son of George Hayman and Sabina Pendor, on 24 July 1899 at Perth, Western AustraliaG; reg: 1216** CE - St Alban's.
Death*Elizabeth Ann (Tot*) McMillan died on 10 May 1923 at Perth, Western AustraliaG, at age 42; 42yrs. 
Burial*She was buried circa 12 May 1923 at Karrakatta, Western AustraliaG; RC Cemetry, DB plot 824. 

Family

Samuel John William George Hayman b. 14 Mar 1878, d. 4 Jan 1960
Children
MRCA*Samuel John William George Hayman and Elizabeth Ann (Tot*) McMillan is/are the Most Recent Common Ancestor(s) of Neil James Bradley and 4 known descendant(s) who have DNA matches to Neil. 
Occupation*She was a Domestic Servant. 
RelationshipGreat-grandmother of Neil James Bradley
ChartsShirley Hayman Ancestors Indented

Henry Watson (Harry*) Woods

M, #28, b. circa 1859, d. 7 April 1926
Henry Woods
Father*Watson Woods
Last Edited28 Jun 2021
Birth*Henry Watson (Harry*) Woods was born circa 1859 at London, London, EnglandG.1 
He was the son of Watson Woods
Marriage*Henry Watson (Harry*) Woods married Frances (Fanny*) Chamberlain, daughter of Charles Allen Chamberlain and Harriet Clarence Adams, on 9 September 1883 at Fremantle, Western AustraliaG; St John's.1 
Death*Henry Watson (Harry*) Woods died on 7 April 1926 at Maylands, Western AustraliaG; Cancer of Kidney & Exhaustion; aged 67 ;reg: 422**.
Burial*He was buried at Karrakatta, Western AustraliaG; Anglican MA 504
64yr Also wife Frances.2

Family

Frances (Fanny*) Chamberlain b. Mar 1863, d. 4 Apr 1932
Children
MRCA*Henry Watson (Harry*) Woods and Frances (Fanny*) Chamberlain is/are the Most Recent Common Ancestor(s) of Neil James Bradley and 12 known descendant(s) who have DNA matches to Neil. 
Immigration*Henry Watson (Harry*) Woods immigrated circa 1870 on the ship Death Cert states in WA 56yrs.. 
Occupation*He was a Worked on Timber Mills, Tally Clerk, Carpenter, Horse Driver. 
(Witness) BurialHe witnessed the burial of James Irwin* Chamberlain on 20 November 1915 at Fremantle, Western AustraliaG; Anglican plot 330

THE LATE LEADING SIGNALMAN IRWIN JAMES CHAMBERLAIN, R.A.N. Owing probably to the pathetic circumstances, together wlth the popu- larity of the late Leading Signalman, Irwln James Chamberlain, R.A.N., the funeral, which took place on Sunday afternoon last with naval honors, was one of the largest witnessed in Fre- mantle for many years. The deceased, who had Just reached his 23rd year, was born in Fremantle, and was a son of Mr. Charles Chamberlain, an old and respected identity of the Port. He had chosen a naval career, and was to have proceeded in a few weeks to the Eastern States to complete Ins course so as to become a chief petty officer. His brother, Gordon, is on active ser- vice at the Dardanelles. The long na- val cortege, headed by the firing party, moved from the residence of his parents, in Price-street, Fremantle, and preceded to the local cemetery where the remains were Interred in the Church of England portion. The casket, enshrouded with the Union Jack, was borne to the graveside by Yeomen Signalmen H'Callum, Lewis, Davey, Butchardt, and Bluejackets Tuxford and Ridley (of the Naval Re- serves). The naval chaplain, the Rev. Canon R. H. Moore, who conducted the servlce at the graveside,

also delivered a most impressive and appropriate address, in the presence of over one thousand people. The M.U. I.O.O.F, service was read by Bro. H. Flindell, P.G.M., W.A.D, The religious ceremony was concluded by the sing- ing of a verse of deceased's favorite hymn, 'Lead, Kindly Light.' The three volleys were then fired, and the Last Post sounded. The order of cortege was:— The firing party of twenty-six bluejackets of Naval Reserve, and a bugler, under Chief Petty Officer Scorey; the Implement Works Band, which, under the conduc- torship of Mr. Roy C. Davies, render- ed Handel's Dead March in 'Saul' en route; the hearse and bearers, and the mourners, which were composed of Senior Naval Cadets, under Chief Petty Officers Lane, Johnson and Mul- bearn. The parade, which consisted of over 200 Naval Reserves, was under 'the supervision of Lieut. C. T. Norris, who also represented Captain Clare, R.A.N., District Naval Officer. Others present were: Captain Anderson (re- presenting Major Griffiths; CO., (R.A. G.A., Fremantle), Commander C. J. Irvine, R.A.N.R. .(Chief. Harbormas- ter), the Minister for Public Works,

Mr. W. C. Angwin, M.L.A., Sergeant F. W. Harper (10th Light Horse), Mr. Geo. Sinclair representing Harbor and Lights Depariment, Bro. H. A. Her- bert (secretary), T. R. Cook (P.G.), J. C. Gunson (P.P.G.M.), T. Macliver (P.G.), and E. Hanklnson (N.G. of New Swan Lodge, No. 4408), and many other representative people. The chief mourners were Mr. and Mrs. C Cham- berlian (parents), Messrs. Harold and Glen Chamberlain (brothers), the Misses May and Effie Chamberlain (sisters), Mr. J. Craig (grandfather), Mesdames W. A. and A. Chamberlain, T. Kinsg, H. Woods, G. Cooper, W. Butterworth, B. Jones and J. P. Craig (aunts), Messrs, W. A. Alf Cham- berlain, T. King, H. Woods, G. Cooper, W. Butterworth, B. Jones, and J. P. Craig (uncles), Messrs, B Cooper, Leslie Chamberlain, Colin Craig, H. Adams, J and H. Davies and the Misses May and Jean Craig (cousins). Wreaths were sent by Warrant Of- ficers, N.C.O.'s and men of the I.L.A.G.A. and Garrison Guards, Senior Naval Cadets, Officers and Staff of Naval Office Fremantle. Captain and Mrs Clare, Captain Morrison, Naval Reserves, Vic's Picture Co, the "Groper" crew, and by relatives and numerous friends. Many letters telegrams, cards, and other tokens of condolence have, also been received by the bereaved parents. 'The funeral ar- rangements were in tho hands of Messrs. Arthur E. Davies and Co, of Fremantle.


The Daily News 25/11/1915 pg 7.3
RelationshipGreat-grandfather of Neil James Bradley
ChartsShirley Hayman Ancestors Indented
Harriet Adams Line (Chamberlain)
Chamberlain Family
Chamberlain Family Indented

Citations

  1. [S80] Certificate.
  2. [S371] Karrakatta Headstones, online http://membership.wags.org.au/membership-mainmenu-44/…
  3. [S389] Trove, online trove.nla.gov.au, The Daily News 25/11/1915 pg 7.

Frances (Fanny*) Chamberlain

F, #29, b. March 1863, d. 4 April 1932
Frances Chamberlain
Father*Charles Allen Chamberlain b. 17 Sep 1829, d. 31 Oct 1881
Mother*Harriet Clarence Adams b. 10 Aug 1832, d. 19 Mar 1902
Last Edited28 Jun 2021
Birth*Frances (Fanny*) Chamberlain was born in March 1863 at Fremantle, Western AustraliaG
She was the daughter of Charles Allen Chamberlain and Harriet Clarence Adams
Marriage*Frances (Fanny*) Chamberlain married Henry Watson (Harry*) Woods, son of Watson Woods, on 9 September 1883 at Fremantle, Western AustraliaG; St John's.1 
Death*Frances (Fanny*) Chamberlain died on 4 April 1932 at Inglewood, Western AustraliaG, at age 69; aged 69 ;reg: 573**

Letter of Administration 428/1932. Executor Sam Hayman.2
Burial*She was buried at Karrakatta, Western AustraliaG; Anglican MA 504
Also husband Harry Watson.3

Family

Henry Watson (Harry*) Woods b. c 1859, d. 7 Apr 1926
Children
MRCA*Henry Watson (Harry*) Woods and Frances (Fanny*) Chamberlain is/are the Most Recent Common Ancestor(s) of Neil James Bradley and 12 known descendant(s) who have DNA matches to Neil. 
(Witness) BurialShe witnessed the burial of James Irwin* Chamberlain on 20 November 1915 at Fremantle, Western AustraliaG; Anglican plot 330

THE LATE LEADING SIGNALMAN IRWIN JAMES CHAMBERLAIN, R.A.N. Owing probably to the pathetic circumstances, together wlth the popu- larity of the late Leading Signalman, Irwln James Chamberlain, R.A.N., the funeral, which took place on Sunday afternoon last with naval honors, was one of the largest witnessed in Fre- mantle for many years. The deceased, who had Just reached his 23rd year, was born in Fremantle, and was a son of Mr. Charles Chamberlain, an old and respected identity of the Port. He had chosen a naval career, and was to have proceeded in a few weeks to the Eastern States to complete Ins course so as to become a chief petty officer. His brother, Gordon, is on active ser- vice at the Dardanelles. The long na- val cortege, headed by the firing party, moved from the residence of his parents, in Price-street, Fremantle, and preceded to the local cemetery where the remains were Interred in the Church of England portion. The casket, enshrouded with the Union Jack, was borne to the graveside by Yeomen Signalmen H'Callum, Lewis, Davey, Butchardt, and Bluejackets Tuxford and Ridley (of the Naval Re- serves). The naval chaplain, the Rev. Canon R. H. Moore, who conducted the servlce at the graveside,

also delivered a most impressive and appropriate address, in the presence of over one thousand people. The M.U. I.O.O.F, service was read by Bro. H. Flindell, P.G.M., W.A.D, The religious ceremony was concluded by the sing- ing of a verse of deceased's favorite hymn, 'Lead, Kindly Light.' The three volleys were then fired, and the Last Post sounded. The order of cortege was:— The firing party of twenty-six bluejackets of Naval Reserve, and a bugler, under Chief Petty Officer Scorey; the Implement Works Band, which, under the conduc- torship of Mr. Roy C. Davies, render- ed Handel's Dead March in 'Saul' en route; the hearse and bearers, and the mourners, which were composed of Senior Naval Cadets, under Chief Petty Officers Lane, Johnson and Mul- bearn. The parade, which consisted of over 200 Naval Reserves, was under 'the supervision of Lieut. C. T. Norris, who also represented Captain Clare, R.A.N., District Naval Officer. Others present were: Captain Anderson (re- presenting Major Griffiths; CO., (R.A. G.A., Fremantle), Commander C. J. Irvine, R.A.N.R. .(Chief. Harbormas- ter), the Minister for Public Works,

Mr. W. C. Angwin, M.L.A., Sergeant F. W. Harper (10th Light Horse), Mr. Geo. Sinclair representing Harbor and Lights Depariment, Bro. H. A. Her- bert (secretary), T. R. Cook (P.G.), J. C. Gunson (P.P.G.M.), T. Macliver (P.G.), and E. Hanklnson (N.G. of New Swan Lodge, No. 4408), and many other representative people. The chief mourners were Mr. and Mrs. C Cham- berlian (parents), Messrs. Harold and Glen Chamberlain (brothers), the Misses May and Effie Chamberlain (sisters), Mr. J. Craig (grandfather), Mesdames W. A. and A. Chamberlain, T. Kinsg, H. Woods, G. Cooper, W. Butterworth, B. Jones and J. P. Craig (aunts), Messrs, W. A. Alf Cham- berlain, T. King, H. Woods, G. Cooper, W. Butterworth, B. Jones, and J. P. Craig (uncles), Messrs, B Cooper, Leslie Chamberlain, Colin Craig, H. Adams, J and H. Davies and the Misses May and Jean Craig (cousins). Wreaths were sent by Warrant Of- ficers, N.C.O.'s and men of the I.L.A.G.A. and Garrison Guards, Senior Naval Cadets, Officers and Staff of Naval Office Fremantle. Captain and Mrs Clare, Captain Morrison, Naval Reserves, Vic's Picture Co, the "Groper" crew, and by relatives and numerous friends. Many letters telegrams, cards, and other tokens of condolence have, also been received by the bereaved parents. 'The funeral ar- rangements were in tho hands of Messrs. Arthur E. Davies and Co, of Fremantle.


The Daily News 25/11/1915 pg 7.4
Travel*Frances (Fanny*) Chamberlain was Travel on 13 February 1916 at Sydney, New South WalesG; Visited Sydney without Harry.5
RelationshipsGreat-grandmother of Neil James Bradley
1st cousin 3 times removed of Victoria Rae (Vicki*) Barrett
Great-grandaunt of William (Bill*) McElroy
2nd cousin 2 times removed of Thomas Anthony (Tony*) Harrop
ChartsShirley Hayman Ancestors Indented
Harriet Adams Line (Chamberlain)
Chamberlain Family
Chamberlain Family Indented

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