25 Clayton Street

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ARCHITECTURE

Federation Domestic Carpenter

No 25 Clayton Street is a single storey house constructed in timber framing weatherboard and fibrous cement cladding with a hipped corrugated iron roof. It is an expression of the Inter-War Bungalow style. It is asymmetrically composed with a full width return skillion roofed verandah. The verandah is supported on timber posts. Part of the verandah has been enclosed for additional accommodation. The enclosed section features aluminium-sliding windows. There is a central door flanked by double hung sash windows. The roofscape features a brick chimney.

HISTORY

1952 - DEATH NOTICE - COLE - On Oct. 20, 1952, suddenly, at Fremantle, Ernest Henry, dearly beloved husband of Lillian May Cole, of 25 Clayton-street, East Fremantle, loved father of Reginald, Maurice, Edith (Mrs. S. Cameron), Kathleen, Fred and Les, father-in-law of Molly, Syd and Mavis and fond grandfather of five grandchildren; aged 83 years. (Reference)

1953 - DEATH NOTICE- COLE - On Aug. 12, 1953, at Fremantle. Lillie May Cole, of 25 Clayton-street. East Fremantle, widow of the late Ernest Henry Cole, loved mother of Reginald, Maurice, Edith (Mrs. S. Cameron), Kathleen, Fred and Leslie, mother-in-law of Mollie, Syd, and Mavis and fond grandmother of six grandchildren; aged 74 years. (Reference)

1953 FUNERAL NOTICE - COLE - The Funeral of the late Mrs. Lillie May Cole, of 25 Clayton-street, East Fremantle, will take place in the Church of England Cemetery, Fremantle. THIS (Thursday) AFTERNOON at 3.10 o'clock. The Cortege will leave our Service Chapel, 85 Market-street, Fremantle, at 3 p.m. (Reference)

RESIDENTS

As per Fremantle P.O. Directory there are no residents for this address between 1909-1949.

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