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101 deied aged 2 years Wehrstedt, Pamela Aimee (I2597)
 
102 Developed pneumonia and typhoid and died aged 32. Sampson, George Grenfell (I1157)
 
103 Died 6-8 Weeks prior to burial. Lewis, Percy Robert (I154)
 
104 Died a pauuried in a public grave.per, last known address "Old Mens Home" b Downs, Francis (I874)
 
105 died aged 1 year & 11 months Eversden, Percy (I883)
 
106 Died aged 10 months Eversden, Walter (I882)
 
107 Died aged 10 months Hopkins, Cecil George (I1790)
 
108 died aged 10 years Sampson, Mary Elizabeth (I951)
 
109 Died aged 13 years. Kenworthy, Grace Alberta (I341)
 
110 Died aged 16 months Wilton, Violet Emma (I97)
 
111 Died aged 16 months Daly, Gwenda Jean (I1735)
 
112 Died aged 2 & half months Wilton, George William (I724)
 
113 died aged 2 days Munro, Keith (I3316)
 
114 died aged 20 years Boyle, Cheryl Denise (I1679)
 
115 Died aged 27 years, Have also found a record for a Mabel Munro died age 1 yr 26.12.1919 Munro, Mabel (I123)
 
116 died aged 28 years Craven, Myra (I2112)
 
117 Died aged 3 months, grave # 117 Fremantle Cemetery. Denic, Henry Jules (I1244)
 
118 Died aged 3 months. Munro, William Archibald (I534)
 
119 Died aged 5 months Walker, Frederick Thomas (I4056)
 
120 Died aged 6 days old Brand, Irene (I3723)
 
121 died aged 6 months Munro, Mary Ann Margaret (I530)
 
122 Died aged 7 months and buried at Toodyay in an unmarked grave. Brimson, George Ernest (I1372)
 
123 Died aged 7 weeks Harris, Ann (I2211)
 
124 Died aged 9 days Sampson, William John (I1169)
 
125 Died aged 9 months, grave # 117 Fremantle Cemetery. Denic, Frances Margaret (I1248)
 
126 Died as a POW and worked on the Burma/Thai railway. Boyle, Reginald Arthur Percival "Reg" (I1135)
 
127 Died at 12 hours old Rumble, Joseph (I325)
 
128 died at 2 months 1 week, baptism records show baby as male. Rumble, Esther Augustine (I330)
 
129 died at 3 months Kenworthy, Florence Ann (I342)
 
130 Died at birth Merredith, Male (I2234)
 
131 died at half an hour old Connolly, Joseph (I346)
 
132 died at half an hour old Connolly, John (I347)
 
133 Died during WW1 Lanyon, James Joseph (I1975)
 
134 Died in infancy Thomas, Sylvia (I1369)
 
135 Died in infancy Hopkins, Myra Castle (I2114)
 
136 Died in infancy 1924 Brimson, Grace Elizabeth (I2230)
 
137 Died in the 1940's
THOMAS HILDA MAUD JAMES GEORGE BRIMSON SARAH JANE YORK 1033 1893 
Thomas, Hilda (I1367)
 
138 Died of Wounds Stokes, Clarence John (I470)
 
139 Early one morning in 1948 her husband collapsed to the floor, and she walked about two miles with their infant baby to get help  Wilton, Maud Louisa (I320)
 
140 Edward Warren was a Parkhurst boy sent to Western Australia in 1846.
Parkhurst boys pre-dated the arrival of convicts in Western Australia and were juveniles who were sentenced to transportation. Western Australia accepted Parkhurst boys between 1842 and 1849 to boost the labour force in the new colony of Swan River.
Edward appeared in the 1841 Census with Phillip Warren, Arthur Warren and Ann Warren it is unclear how they are related, they were residing in Thundbridge, Hertfordshire. Philip was 65 at the time of the Census and maybe he was Edward’s Grandfather. Philip was a widower when he married Mary Hart on 9th December 1810 at St Mary the Virgin in Ware, Hertfordshire and doesn’t appear in the 1841 census.
Edward Warren was convicted at the Hertford Sessions on the 29th November 1841 at the age of 13 for housebreaking and was sentenced to 10 years transportation along with another lad of the same age named Robert Hart. I wasn’t Edward’s first brush with the law as he was before the previous quarter session admitted as evidence against a man named James Scales who was charged and convicted for receiving stolen fowls. Edward and another lad were asked by Scales to steal the fowls for him.
Edward was transferred to Parkhurst from Hertford Gaol on 10th February 1842 to await transportation. His character was described as “Bad, artful and deceitful”
The “Cumberland left the Isle of Wight on 30th September 1845 and arrived in Fremantle on 26th January 1846. On arrival Edward was indentured for 4 years, firstly as a domestic servant for Lt Col Andrew Clarke, 1846 – 1847. Then as a farm servant for William Locke Brockman in Upper Swan 1847 – 1850. Brockman gave good reports on Edward’s conduct.
Edward was successful in his new life in Western Australia becoming a farmer, marrying Ellen Dewar and raising a large family.
 
Warren, Edward Arthur (I501)
 
141 Edward was a farmer at Greenough,he died of Typhoid fever in 1860. Eversden, Edward Scott (I233)
 
142 Emily died from burns received when her clothes caught fire, she was washing clothes at the time and died about three weeks later from infection. Wilton, Emily Catherine (I47)
 
143 Event Description: Aged 1 year, cause Pneumonia "Source East Perth Burial Records" Sweeney, John Matthew (I3906)
 
144 Event Description: Aged 2 years, cause measles. Death registered under the surname Sweeney "Source East Perth Burial Records" Reed, Florence Susanah Maud (I4102)
 
145 Event Description: Aged 6 months, cause teething "source East Perth Burial Records" Hammond, Eveline May (I3765)
 
146 Event Description: Influenza & Pneumonia Read, John Burnett (I3910)
 
147 Event Description: Mine accident Read, Clifford Roy (I4117)
 
148 Event Description: sourceWestern Australian Death Certificate. Hammond, Alice Matilda (I4099)
 
149 EVERSDEN ZELLAH PERTH 832 F M 1914 PAULL CHARLES Eversden, Zellah (I879)
 
150 Farmer on the South Front Flats Connolly, James (I62)
 

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