|1868-06-13||b. Guildford, Western Australia||Oliver-Smith 1st new; guest connections|
|1891-12-08||m. Caroline Margaret Oliver (18711949, b. Jangelin, Western Australia), in Northam, Western Australia|
|Children:||Maude Flora (18921900, b. Middle Swan, Western Australia), Eva Caroline (18941894, b. Northam), Richard Bridgman (18971964), Anne (18971900), Olive Kathleen (18991900), Iris Ruby (19021968, b. Midland, Western Australia), Norma (19031979); Donald Matthew (19071970), Manfred William (19051979), both b. Middle Swan; Alan (19091910), Colin Thomas (19111973, b. Midland Junction); Claude Stanley (19131992), and Mervyn Hugo (19161970), both b. Middle Swan|
|1903||living with his wife in Newcastle road, Midland Junction, Perth, Western Australia||electoral rolls|
|1906||labourer, living with his wife in Newcastle road, Midland Junction, Western Australia|
|1909||contractor, living with his wife in Newcastle road, Midland Junction, Western Australia|
|1910||farmer, living with his wife in Newcastle road, Midland Junction, Western Australia|
|1931||farmer, living with his wife and two of their sons in Newcastle road, Midland Junction, Western Australia|
|1939||farmer, living with his wife and their son Manfred (and his wife) in Newcastle road, Midland Junction, Western Australia|
SCRIVENER.On April 19, 1941, at Midland Junction, William Scrivener, dearly beloved husband of Caroline and beloved father of Dick, Iris (Mrs. W. Council, Bassendean), Norma (Mrs. F. Barritt, Midland Junction), Manfred (Middle Swan), Don (Herne Hill), Colin, Claude and Mervin (Middle Swan); aged 73 years.
|The West Australian, 1941-04-21; Western Australia death index|
SCRIVENER.The Friends of the late Mr. William Scrivener, late of Toodyay-road, Middle Swan, dearly beloved husband of Caroline, are respectfully informed that his remains will be interred in the Methodist portion of the South Guildford Cemetery at 3 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON. The Funeral will leave the Private Service Chapel of W. Snell, Midland Junction, at 2.40 o'clock.
WILLIAM SNELL. Undertake. 2. 4 The Crescent. Midland Junction. Tel. UK84.
|The West Australian, 1941-04-21; Billion Graves|
M.U.I.O.O.F. IN W.A.
SCRIVENER.Officers and Members of the above Lodge and the Order in general are respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of their late Member, William Scrivener, which will take place in the Methodist portion of the Guildford Cemetery at 3 o'clock THIS (Monday) AFTERNOON.
M.V. Hodges, N.G.
|1870-08-21||b. Guildford, Western Australia||guest connections|
|1871-08-25||bapt. Guildford||Australia births and baptisms|
|1890-04-23||m. James Levi Bentley (18591951, b. Gingin, Western Australia), at St Matthew's church, Guildford||guest connections; Australia marriage index|
|Children:||Frank Guildford (18901975, b. Guildford), Gussie Adeline (18931963, b. Crendon, Western Australia), Edward Loftus (18951917, b. Bunbury, Western Australia), Constance Gale (18971909, b. Western Australia), Maxwell Gordon (18991981, b. Capel, Western Australia), Gertie Eugene (19021965, b. Donnybrook, Western Australia), and Minna Ena (19061975, b. Wellington, Western Australia)||guest connections|
|1912||living with her storekeeper husband in Capel, Wellington, Swan, Western Australia||electoral roll|
|1922||living with her storekeeper husband in Capel, Wellington, Forrest, Western Australia; three of their adult children also listed in Capel||electoral roll|
|1930||living with her storekeeper husband in Capel, Wellington, Forrest, Western Australia; two of their adult children also listed in Capel||electoral roll|
|1943||living with her farmer husband and two of their sons in Capel, Western Australia, Australia||electoral rolls|
|1952-02-14||d. Perth, Western Australia||guest connections; Find a Grave|
BENTLEY: On Feb. 14. 1952, at Scarborough, Emily, wife of the late James Levi Bentley, of Capel, mother of Frank (Capel), Gussie (Mrs. S. Y. Burnett, of Kelmscott), Loftus (deceased), Connie (deceased), Max (Capel), Gertie (Perth) and Minna (Mrs. B. W. Tucker, of Capel); aged 82 years.
|Nelson_Liddell Family Tree, citing the West Australian, 1952-02-15|
|1952-02-16||bur. Grave 53, Church of England area, Capel Cemetery, Lot 1281 Urquhart Road, Capel, Western Australia||Find a Grave; Billion Graves; Nelson_Liddell Family Tree|
BENTLEY: The Friends of the late Mrs. Emily Bentley. of Capel, are informed that her remains will be interred in the Church of England portion of the Capel Cemetery at 11 o'clock TOMORROW (Saturday) MORNING after a Service at St. John's Church. Capel, Which will -commence at 10.30 o'clock.
|Nelson_Liddell Family Tree, citing the West Australian, 1952-02-15|
|1872-10-17||b. Guildford, Western Australia||Oliver-Smith 1st new|
|1891-07-20||m. Edward John Oliver (18671935, b. Jangelin, Western Australia), at Guildford, Perth, Western Australia||Oliver-Smith 1st new; Australia marriage index|
|Children:||Annie Grace (18921966), Dora Jane (18931989), both b. Dongara, Western Australia; Victoria Maud (18951998, b. Guildford); Alice Gale (18971898), Lewis Edward (18981917), Matthew Richard (19001979), Lenna Hilda (19031998), Thomas Franklin (19041987), Marjorie Eleanor (19051999), Joyce Catherine (19072000), Alec John (19091928), Audrey Kathleen (19111915), Amelia Constance (19121924), and Nancy Winifred (19131996), all b. Northam, Western Australia||Oliver-Smith 1st new|
|1910||living with her wheelwright husband in Morrell street, Northam||electoral rolls|
|1912||living with her sawmiller husband in Morrell street, Northam|
|1916||living with her sawmiller husband in Morrell street, Northam|
|1916-07-17||of Morrell St, East Northam||Australia, WW1 service records|
|1917||living with her sawmiller husband in Morrell street, Northam||electoral roll|
|1918-06-21||d. Northam, Western Australia||Australia death index; MI|
MRS. A.G. OLIVER.
Expressions of deepest sympathy were heard on all sides on Saturday, when it was learned that Mrs. Annie Gale Oliver, wife of Mr. Edward J. Oliver, of East Northam, had died on Friday evening at her home after an illness of two days only. The deceased lady had not enjoyed the best of health for the past four years, but it was not such as to cause her relatives anxiety. On Thursday Mrs Oliver became seriously ill and lapsed into unconsciousness, from which she never recovered, passing peacefully away on Friday evening. She was only 46 years of age and was a native of this State, having been born at Guildford. Her parents (Mr. and Mrs. Scrivener) were amongst the early pioneers of the Colony. The deceased lady is survived by her husband and a family of three sons and eight daughters. Some twelve months ago the eldest son, Private Lewis Oliver, was killed in France, and his mother never actually recovered from the shock, which in a measure hastened her death. The funeral, which was largely attended, took place on Saturday afternoon. A short impressive service was conducted at the house by the Rev. H. Faull, after which the cortege then proceeded to the Methodist portion of the Northam Cemetery, where the remains were interred, the Rev. H. Faull officiating at the graveside. The chief mourners were Mr. E.J. Oliver (husband), the sons and daughters, and Messrs Fred, Herbert, Matthew and Thomas Oliver (brothers-in-law). The pall-bearers were Messrs. R.H. Thackrah, A. Green, E.C. Horley, E. Cock, G. Starsmore, and F. Teusner. The funeral arrangements were conducted by Mr. J.W. Purslowe. Wreaths and floral tributes were received from the following: [list follows; includes Independent Order of Rechabites]
|The Northern Advertiser, 1918-06-26|
|bur. Northam cemetery||MI; Find a Grave|
|1874-10-20||b. Guildford, Western Australia||guest connections; Australia birth index|
|1874-11-29||bapt. Guildford||Australia births and baptisms|
|1876-07-15||d. Guildford||guest connections; Australia death index|
|1880-11-25||b. Guildford, Western Australia||Heading Family; Australia birth index|
|1881-01-02||bapt. Guildford||Australia births and baptisms|
|1881-05-04||d. Guildford||Heading Family; Australia death index|
|died while her mother was catering for a banquet at Spencers Brook for the opening of the railway to Beverley||Col Heading gedcom|
|the first Anglican burial in the Northam cemetery|
|1883-03-19||b. Guildford, Western Australia||Heading; Australia birth index|
|1883-04-22||bapt. Guildford||Australia births and baptisms|
|1903-04-14||m. Fred Preston Oliver (18811966, b. Jangelin, Western Australia), in Guildford||Heading; Australia marriage index|
|Children:||Edgar Preston (19041906, b. Guildford); Harold Gordon (19051967), Eva Edna (19071994), Linda Jane (19121999), and Hughie Scrivener (19172010), all b. Northam, Western Australia||Heading; Warren Oliver Family Tree; Col Heading gedcom|
|1910||living with her wood turner husband in Morrell street, Northam||electoral rolls|
|1912/1913||living with her sawmiller husband in Morrell street, Northam|
|1943||home duties, living with her husband and two of their children at 86 Kennedy street, East Northam|
|1944-07-22||d. Perth, Western Australia||Heading; Australia death index|
|bur. Karrakatta cemetery, Perth||Heading|
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