Turfkruijer Part 4
24. AMELIA (MILLIE) JANE6 HANDRICKS (JOZEF LEVI5, LEVIE JOSEPH JOZALE4 HANGJAS, JOSEPH JOZALE ABRAHAM HANGJAS3 TURFKRUIJER, LEVY JOEL HANGJAS2, JOEL JOSEPH HANGJAS1) was born 1867 in Ararat, and died 03 Apr 1958 in Mt Henry, West Australia. She married WILLIAM PENN TOMPSON 17 Apr 1900 in Christ Church (Anglican), Claremont, Perth, son of PIDDOCKE TOMPSON and JANE ARMYTAGE. He was born 12 Oct 1853 in "Bexley Estate" Cooks River, Petersham, New South Wales, and died 17 Apr 1936 in At his residence, 22 St. George's Terrace, Perth.
Notes for AMELIA (MILLIE) JANE HANDRICKS:
Privately cremated at Karrakatta on April 5 1958. Amelia lived in Perth and Nedlands, a suburb of Perth.
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954)
Saturday 28 April 1900
TOMPSON-HANDRICKS. - On April 17th, at Christ Church, Claremont, by the Rev. T. McClemens, B.A., William Penn, fourth son of the late P. A. Tompson, Solicitor, Sydney, to Amelia Jane (Millie), third daughter of the late J. Handricks, Woolbroker, Victoria.
Notes for WILLIAM PENN TOMPSON:
His remains were interred in the Church of England portion of the Karrakatta cemetery. William's middle name Penn comes from Guillielma Maria Penn who married Charles Fell in 1719. Guillielma was Dorothy Brookholding's great grandmother on her mothers side; Dorothy being Williams grandmother on his father's side
The- death occurred on April 17, ot the -late Mr. William Penn Tompsoa, at the age of 82 years. The funeral took place in' the Church of Ensriand Cemeterv. Karrakatta an Saturday morning last. The late Mr. Tompson. who was born at Undercliffe, came to this State from New Sooth Wales about 38 years ago and joined the legal firm of James and Darbyshire as their accountant. He was associated with this firm for 22 years, after which he offered on office on his own account at T. and G. Chambers, where he was actively engaged up to the time of his death.
The high esteem in which he was held was shown by a large and represent tatire gathering; at the graveside and the many beautiful floral tributes and numerous telegrams and letters received by the relatives. The chief mourner was Mr. Hubert d'E. Minchin (son-in-law) representing the widow (Mrs. M. Tompson) and daughter (Mrs. Iris Minchin). The pall-bearers were Messrs. Gordon James (representing Sir Walter James, K.C.), B. H. Darbyshire, F. W. Corney, W. Fairweather, sen., F. B. Warner. L. W. Taylor, P. Carter and L B. Mac kintosh.
Among those present were Messrs. Selwyn King (representing Sir Kelso King, of Sydney), L. Blanckensee (Stone James and Co.), J. H. Bob son (Mercantile Mutual Insurance Co., Ltd.), F. A. Woodman. G. H. Newman, M. H. Murray, T. L. Keudall, F. O. Somes; H. C. Castilla. T. W. L. Powell. J. de CastilU, P. 8. Dtmrton, H. Bow ley, W. Fairweather, jun., L. Pix, L. Heffenstein, P. Sampson, P. H. Wrieht, A. S. Peirce, S. Ogden, J. C. Shaw, C. Handricks, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Handricks. Mrs. N. Pix, Misses B. Pix, L. Clark and S. Handricks.
Wreaths and floral tributes were received from: Millie; Iris and Hubert; Bon, Brian and BUlie; Sir Walter James; B. H. Darbyshire; B. B. Pilkington; Stone, James and Co.; Sir Kelso King and Mr. Selwyn King; Mercantile ? Mutual Insur ance Co., Ltd.; T. and G. Mutual Life Assurance Co., Ltd.; Mrs. F. E. Minchin, Nell and Phyll: S. Ogden, Audrey and Ken; Vera, Peter, and family; Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Camm; P. Samp son and grirk; Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Worner; Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Taylor; Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Powell and family: Mis. Lunt and family; Mrs. A. T. Crossley, Ruth and Ettie; Mrs. Clerk and Nellie; Dr. and Mrs. Pannell; Rachel and Mona; Miss L. Clark; Mrs. N. Pix and family. The service at the graveside was' conducted by Canon A. L. Marshall. The funeral directors were Donald -J; Chipper and Son. ,
Marriage Notes for AMELIA HANDRICKS and WILLIAM TOMPSON:
Rev T McClemens B.A. was the officiating minister.
Child of AMELIA HANDRICKS and WILLIAM TOMPSON is:
53. i. IRIS VERA ISABELLE7 TOMPSON, b. 19 Sep 1901, "Paynesville", Shenton Rd., Claremont; d. 30 Aug 1981, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Nedlands, Perth.
25. ARTHUR WILLIAM6 HANDRICKS (JOZEF LEVI5, LEVIE JOSEPH JOZALE4 HANGJAS, JOSEPH JOZALE ABRAHAM HANGJAS3 TURFKRUIJER, LEVY JOEL HANGJAS2, JOEL JOSEPH HANGJAS1) was born 1869 in Ararat, Victoria, Australia, and died 27 Feb 1945 in Private Hospital, Perth. He married ANNIE (NANCE) PRICE 27 Jul 1898 in St Alban's Hall, Perth, daughter of ALFRED PRICE and MARY SHINES. She was born 01 Jan 1882 in Connecticut, USA, and died 19 Apr 1957 in at her daughter's residence, 7 Elstree Avenue, Mt Lawley, Mt Perth, Perth, on Good Friday.
Notes for ARTHUR WILLIAM HANDRICKS:
Arthur was a saddle maker. Arthur learned his trade of saddlery and harness making for 4 years in Melbourne with Mr Daniel Topp of Bourke Street. He then opened his own saddlery establishment in Port Fairy in January 1892 when he was 23 years old. Known address : 54 Chelmsford Road, Mount Lawly
On the 27th August 1898, at St Alban's Church, Perth
Highgate, Miss Annie Puce, daughter of Mr A. W Price, of South Melbourne, Victoria, was married to Mr Arthur Handricks, of the mail branch, G P O, late of Port Fairy, Victoria The ceremony was performed by the Rev F J Price. Miss Price looked very pretty in her bridal costume ot cream silk trimmed with Maltese and point lace and wearing lilies of the valley and carrying a showey bouquet. The bridesmaids were the Misses Handricks, who were stylishly attired in cream silk, and Mr Norrie Handricks acted as best man After the wedding breakfast the happy couple left by tram for Bunbury to spend the honeymoon. Costly presents were received by both bride and bridegroom The bride's travelling costume was of bengaline grey, trimmed with salmon pink
Arthur was a sailmaker in Melbourne 1915
Lived in "Malmesbury" 54 Chelmsford Rd., North Perth in 1936
Marriage Notes for ARTHUR HANDRICKS and ANNIE PRICE:
Arthur and Anne were married in Perth, cert. no. 1211
On the 27th ult, at St Alban's Church, Highgate, Miss Annie Price, daughter of Mr A. W. Price, of South Melbourne, Victoria, was married to Mr Arthur Handricks, of the mail branch, G P O, late of Port Fairv, Victoria. The ceremony was performed by the Rev F. J. Price. Miss Price looked very pretty in her bridal costume of cream silk trimmed with Maltese and point lace and wearing lilies of the valley and carrying a shower bouquet. The bridesmaids were the Misses Handricks, who were stylishly attired in cream silk, and Mr Norrie Handricks acted as best man. After the wedding breakfast the happy couple left by train for Bunbury to spend the honeymoon. Costly presents were received by both bride and bride groom The bride's travelling costume was of bengaline grey, trimmed with salmon pink.
Children of ARTHUR HANDRICKS and ANNIE PRICE are:
54. i. CLARENCE (CLARY) ALBERT ARTHUR LESLIE7 HANDRICKS, b. 22 Nov 1901, at his parent's residence 82 Charles street, West Perth; d. 16 Apr 1971, Mt Lawley, Perth.
ii. MARY SYLVIA EMMA HANDRICKS, b. 1912; d. Aft. 1936; m. WALTER RICHARD HUTTO STEPHENS, 19 Dec 1936, Forrest Park Methodist Church, Walcott St, Mt. awley, Perth; b. 1906, Claremont, Western Australia; d. 12 Dec 1973, 7 Elstree Avenue, Mt Lawley, Mt Perth, Perth.
Notes for MARY SYLVIA EMMA HANDRICKS:
Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954)
Sunday 26 February 1933
HOW'S THIS FOR A BIRTHDAY GIFT?
"Lucky girl ! " you say. So did Miss Sylvia Handricks, of 54 Qielmsford-road, Mt Lawley, when her. parents presented her with a Hillman Minx saloon on her most recent birthday.
Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954)
Sunday 29 August 1937
New Home at Mt. Lawley
Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Stephans have moved into their new home, 7 Elstree-avenue. Mt- Lawley. Mrs. Stephens, before her marriage, will be remembered as Miss Sylvia Handricks, of Mt. Lawley.
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954)
Tuesday 27 March 1934
FILIPPINI, Count. — On March 16, at 6 Chom ley-street, Windsor, Victoria, beloved maestro and friend of Clarence and Sylvia Handricks; also, six weeks ago, Norna, beloved mother of Contessa Filippini. Interred, Springvale Cemetery. A true and faithful friend.
Notes for WALTER RICHARD HUTTO STEPHENS:
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879-1954) Thursday 15 January 1931
About 9 p.m. on Tuesday two young men were seen to leave a motor cycle, which had been stolen from Walter -Ri- chard Stephens, of Lawlev-crescent. Mount
Lawley. on the side of Wanneroo-road, near the , Five-mile Garage. Soon afterwards they obtained a ride on a motor truck. Detective Pilmer desires the driver of the truck to call upon him at the central police station and to describe the young men. The motor cycle was re covered.
The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879-1954) Thursday 4 December 1930
Walter Richard Stephens, represented by Mr. Curran. petitioned for divorce from Doris Stephens, on the ground of her misconduct with James Binney. cited as co-respondent.
Marriage Notes for MARY HANDRICKS and WALTER STEPHENS:
Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902 - 1954)
Sunday 21 February 1937
Stephens - Handricks Wedding
Bride 's Parents Give Modern Home as Nuptial Gift
A wedding of interest to their many friends was solemnised be- tween Sylvia, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Handricks, of 54 Chelmsford road, Mt. Lawley, and Walter Richard Stephens, of Mt. Lawley, only son of Mrs. George Stephens, of Lawley Crescent, and the late John Stephens, of West Leederville.
The ceremony, which took place at the Forrest Park Methodist Church, Walcott street, Mt Lawley, was performed by the Rev. Norman Inwood. The church was prettily decorated in pink and white ribbons by Marjorie Harris and Violet Jackson.
The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her father, looked charmingly girlish in her gown of ivory satin, the bias-cut skirt of which fell in graceful lines into a fan-shaped train. The shirred bodice was taste- fully finished with Honiton lace yoke, and the long full sleeves shirred into the wrist. Her beautiful gown was set off by the exquisite veil loaned by Mrs. A. K. Daniels, the coronet of which was formed of pink orange blossoms and sequins. She carried a sheaf of pink and white roses.
She was attended by two brides- maids, Miss Gladys Stephens and Miss Violet Jackson. Both were charmingly gowned in pink floral georgette, and wore a halo of pink roses on their heads. They carried sheaves of gladioli and roses. The tiny flower girl, little Kay Opie, was magnificently dressed in an early Victorian creation of pink georgette, which was frilled from the neckline to the hooped skirt. Her poker bonnet was prettily finished with tulle ribbon, which fell to her knees. She carried a basket of pink zinnias.
Mr. Clarence Handricks, brother of the bride, acted as best man. and Mr. Bill Macpherson carried out the duties of groomsman. During the signing of the register Mrs. A. K. Daniels sang "My Prayer."
Mrs. Handricks, mother of the bride, chose a beautiful gown of blue floral georgette. The bias-cut skirt fell in shimmering lines to the ground. The navy hat was relieved with a spray of white flowers. She carried a bouquet of variegated carnations and maidenhair fern.
After the ceremony Mr.and Mrs. Handricks held a reception at the Mt. Lawley Bowling Club, where they were assisted by Mrs. George, who wore a gown of autumn toning georgette, with hat to match. Over 80 guests sat down to charmingly decorated tables, and the toasts were given by Cr. Caddy, Mr. Harry Mann, Mr. T. J. Hughes, M.L.A., Cr. Tandy, Cr. Veryard and Rev. N. Inwood. The toasts were responded to by the bridegroom and the best man.
After the beautifully decorated three tiered cake-made by the bride's mother-was cut many musical items were given by Miss Tess Smallpage, Mr. Claude Saunders. Miss Joy Macpherson. Miss Marjorie Harris. Mr. Cliff Harris. Miss Rae Macpherson, Miss Kell Lynas and Mr. Clarence Handricks.
The happy couple later left by car for their honeymoon tour of the South West The bride travelled in a lovely blue floral morocain frock trimmed with blue georgette, and a sailor breton hat to match, with shoes and handbag to tone. Many beautiful wedding presents were received by the popular couple. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stephens will reside in Mt. Lawley in a modern home presented to them by the bride's parents.
Continued in Part 5