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Offline cando

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Re: MUNN & LEAD Families
« Reply #27 on: Monday 30 March 09 05:59 BST (UK) »
And this....


Deaths in NSW
26177/1948  LEAD,  BRIAN father  FREDERICK MARMONT mother JAYE KATRINA  ANNANDALE     

25127/1978  LEAD,  FREDERICK MARMONT father  FREDERICK MARMONT  mother DOROTHY M  ARY


Perhaps this is Frederick M born 1915 

LEAD Frederick  M                 
Perth    Reg# 1069 1915

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Re: MUNN & LEAD Families
« Reply #28 on: Monday 30 March 09 06:16 BST (UK) »
Thanks Cando, sure looks like Fred jnr.

Seeing as it appears to be impossible to find the LEAD families arrival I'm leaning towards the LADE family (see reply #12) with Master LADE being Stanley Frederick LEAD.  I don't think I'll commit to paper just yet though.

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Re: MUNN & LEAD Families
« Reply #29 on: Monday 30 March 09 09:07 BST (UK) »
Hi Bob,

Stanley Frederick is not their son. He is the child of Fredericks cousins Henry and Amy from Kings Norton. Stanley arrived in Queensland in 1913 with his family. reply #16

Still no sign of the alleged marriage in England for Frederick and Dorothy even with the name Browne. It just is not listed. I don't see them in 1911 and I can't find an immigration for them  :'(

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Re: MUNN & LEAD Families
« Reply #30 on: Tuesday 07 May 19 14:22 BST (UK) »
Hi All,

I live in Perth, WA.

My father was born in 1934 to Robert & Catherine Lauchlan of Bridgetown, WA, Australia. I'm pretty sure my grandparents owned an orchard on Tweed St, Bridgetown. My grandfather's family arrived in Australia around 1909. My grandmother's maiden name was Catherine Munn.

My father told me he used to catch the train to Fremantle to visit his grandfather in the 1940s but didn't see him again in any other decade. My grandmother's brother's name was Gordon.

I can trace my grandfather's family back a few generations but until I read this thread I had no inkling as to a possible name for my great grandparents.

I have a suspicion that William Henry & Charlotte Munn are my great grandparents. My father is the first born and named William Robert but goes by the name Doug. Robert is a family name among the Lauchlan's but William has always seemed out of place. It would make sense if he was named for Catherine's father.

Does anyone have more information on the origin of William Henry and Charlotte? I'd very much appreciate it.

Thanks.

Rob

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Re: MUNN & LEAD Families
« Reply #31 on: Tuesday 07 May 19 16:34 BST (UK) »
Doing some more research on this.

See attached Death Notice for W. H. Munn. It's a shame that my Grandfather Bob Lauchlan also died in 1948.

Entries are:
MUNN: On January 20, at Fremantle Hospital, William Henry, dearly loved husband of Charlotte Munn, loved father of Edith, Florry, Cath, Dick, Harry, Gordon, Kit, Vi, and Stella, father-in-law of Jack, Rob, Bob, Bert, Petra, Dorothy, Harold, Tiny and Ted, also devoted grandfather to his loved 22 grandchildren.

MUNN (W. H.): In affectionate memory of our darling father and Pa of Bob and Tom Joyce, passed away, at Fremantle, on January 20, 1948. Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law. Flo and rob Joyce.

MUNN (W. H.): In loving memory of our darling Dad, passed peacefully away January 20, 1948, devoted Pa of Doug, Helen, Eilleen, Margaret, David. Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law, Cath and Bob Lauchlan.

MUNN (W. H.): In loving memory of our darling Dad, passed peacefully away on January 20, 1948, devoted Pa of Lynette and Kenneth. Inserted by his loving daughter Kitty and son-in-law Harold Pratt.

MUNN (W. H.): A sincere tribute to our dear friend. Bill, who fell asleep January 20. Always remembered by Charlie May and Rowling family.