28 Allen Street

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HISTORY

1927 - WOMAN INJURED. Knocked Down by Constable. Serious injuries were sustained by Mrs. Adelaide Byers, of Allen-street, East Fremantle, on Monday afternoon, when she was knocked down by a horse ridden by Mounted-constable Rose, in Reserve street, East Fremantle. She was attended by Dr. Stubbe and was admitted to the Woodside Private Hospital in an unconscious state, and treated for severe concussion. Yesterday her condition had improved. (Reference)

1935 - Death On May 12, at her late residence, 28 Allen-street, East Fremantle, Sarah, beloved wife of Robert George Byers. Privately interred in the Congregational Cemetery, Fremantle (Reference)

1942 -Killed FARRINGTON. On January 12, killed in air operations, John Edward (Jack), the dearly loved only son of Edward and Ivy Farrington, of 28 Allen-street, East Fremantle, and loved brother of Eileen and Leone; aged 27 years. Good-night son.  (Reference)

1943 Death- On September 7, suddenly, at his residence, 28 Allen-street, East Fremantle, Edward Charles FARRINGTON (Ted), dearly beloved eldest son of Annie and the late Charles Ralph Farrington. JP, of 69 King-street, East Fremantle; aged 53 years.  (Reference)

1953 On Aug 26, suddenly, at Hollywood Hospital, Ivy Olive Myrtle Farrington, of 28 Allen-street, East Fremantle, widow of the late Edward Farrington. Loving mother of Eileen, Leone and the late John (R.A.A.F.); aged 55 years. FARRINGTON (Ivy): My greatest friend who passed on without leaving an enemy. R.I.P. (Reference)

RESIDENTS

1921 - 1935: Byers, Robert G.

1935 - 1939: Palmer, John C.

1939 - 1941: Guyer, Stan J.

1941 - 1943: Farrington, E. C.

1944 - 1949: Farrington, Mrs Ivy

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