2 Clayton Street

2 Clayton Street (map)


Inter-War California Bungalow

No. 2 Clayton Street is a single-storey house constructed in brick and rendered brick with a gabled, tiled roof. It is a fine expression of the Inter-War California Bungalow style. It is asymmetrically composed with a thrust gable bay and a hip-roofed porch. The porch is supported on battered piers with a rendered balustrade spanning between them. The porch roof extends over the gable bay. The half-timbered, gabled bay features a set of small-paned casement lights. There is a central door flanked by sidelights and casement windows. The lower walls are face brick and the upper walls are rendered. The roofscape features a rendered chimney.


1931 - BY AIR TO CHURCH - Service at Rottnest. The Rev J.W. Clift, chaplain to the Mission to Seamen, will conduct the celebration of Holy Communion at the Hostel, Rottnest, at 7 o'clock tomorrow morning. The reverend gentleman will fly to Rottnest, leaving Maylands at 5 a.m., and, to permit of his engagement 'to take the 11 o'clock service at St. John's, Fremantle, will return by air after the communion service. (Reference)

Read more about the amazing Reverend John William Clift under Notable People.

1942 - ENGAGEMENT Gwendoline Janet, eldest daughter of Mrs. Una and the late Richard Arthur, of 2 Clayton-street, East Fremantle, and Hubert Allan, only son of Mrs. and the late W. A. Murphy, of 50 Preston Point-road, East Fremantle. (Reference)

1944 - FUNERAL The Friends of the late Mrs UNA ELSIE ARTHUR, of 2 Clayton Street, East Fremantle, widow of the late Richard Henry Arthur, are respectfully informed that a Methodist service will be held in the Crematorium Chapel. Karrakatta, (Reference)

1944 - DEATH Passed away on September 26, Una Elsie ARTHUR , of 2 Clayton street, East Fremantle, dearly loved mother and mother-in-law of Frank (P.O.W., Malaya) and Nell, fond Gran of Faye and Reg. At rest. (Reference)

1951 - DEATH FORREST (Reay Elaine) Suddenly, at Mount Hospital, on Dec. 17. dearly beloved sister of Gwen (Mrs. Murphy, 26 Preston Point-road, East Fremantle), Lola (Mrs. D. S. Campbell, 5 Florence-street Cottesloe), Ethel (Mrs. F. Ward, 2 Clayton-street. East Fremantle). Too dearly loved to be forgotten. (Reference)


1933 - 1935: Clift, Rev. J. W.

1935 - 1936: Morrow, Franc R.

1936 - 1938: Gamble, Charles M.

1938 - 1944: Arthur, Mrs W. E.

1946: Campbell, Mrs Lola E.

1947 - 1949: Ward, Francis