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3601 Woolstapler, Own Account working at home, 3 in household. RG13 3836 8 8 45 Ball James (I463)
 
3602 Worked as a barmaid in a hotel aroud the rocks - was involved in a baroom scuffle and wounded in a shootout. Elms Eliza Ann (I29)
 
3603 Worked as a labourer in Red Bank. Transcription of Death Certificate: Name: George Stuart Date of Death: 26/9/1936 Place: "Cossington" Hannah's Bridge, Coolah Shire, NSW Occupation: Labourer, Old Age Pensioner Sex: Male Age: 87 Conjugal Status: N/A Place of Birth: Sydney, NSW Time in Aust Colonies: N/A Father: George Stuart Occupation: Sailor Mother: Not Stated Place of Marriage: Not Stated Age at Marriage: Not Stated Name of Spouse: Sarah Mazick (should be Magick) Children of Marriage: George H 59, Mary E 51, Bridget A, Grace C, Living; 3 Males, 2 Females Deceased Informant: G H Stuart (Altered from S H Stuart), Son, 50 Cecily Street Leichhardt Sydney NSW Cause of Death: Auricular Fibrillation, Chronic Myocarditis, Senility Length of Illness: Inquest dispensed with - J Yule, Coroner, 26/9/1936 Medical Attendant: N/A Date Last Seen: N/A Date of Burial: 28/9/1936 Place of Burial: Church of England Cemetery Coolah NSW Minister & Religion: Robert Douglas, Church of England Undertaker: A E Regan Witnesses: J A Scheimer, G J Bayly Cremation Date: N/A Cremation Place: N/A Cremation Informant: N/A Cremation Religion: N/A Cremation Witnesses: N/A Registered: 28/9/1936 Coolah NSW Notes: Spouse is clearly recorded as "Sarah Mazick" in this register Stuart George (I2322)
 
3604 Worked for the Vickery family who built the home which is now the War Memorial Hospital in Waverley Wormald Cuthbert Burnett George (I383)
 
3605 Worsted spinner Midgley Samuel (I5618)
 
3606 Wounded in action Dardanelles. Gunshot wound of head Gowans William James (I402)
 
3607 Wrote book:
Rosanna of Rosemary house / by Irene Headlam

Bib ID1594633
FormatBook
Author
Headlam, Irene

Description[Cressy, Tas.] : I. Headlam, 1961.
22 p. : ill., ports., 1 map ; 23 cm.
CollectionMarcie Muir collection of Australian children's books
Notes
Cover title.
"The Autobiography of a Doll who lived in an old Doll's House, built in the year 1847"-p. 7.
For children.
SubjectsDolls - Tasmania. | Dollhouses - Tasmania.
Related records
In collection: Muir, Marcie. Marcie Muir collection of Australian children's books 
Reed Irene Leila (I7058)
 
3608 Tooze Emily Elizabeth (I361)
 
3609 Woodhead Edith M (I862)
 
3610 Faunt Kenneth (I3287)
 
3611 Dunphy Mary C (I4243)
 
3612 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8843)
 

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