32 Fortescue Street

32 Fortescue Street (map)

ARCHITECTURE

Inter-War Gable Porch House Bungalow

No 32 Fortescue Street, ‘Glenferrie’, is a single-storey house constructed in brick with a hipped tiled roof. It is a fine expression of the Federation Bungalow style. The front elevation is asymmetrically planned with a full width return hip roofed verandah supported on turned timber posts. A frieze and a vertical timber balustrade spans between the posts. There is a central door flanked by double hung sash windows.

HISTORY

1919 St Josephs convent Fremantle- Intermediate Bookkeeping; Mary Byrne, 88 marks; Lena Patroni, 91 marks; Lillie Langley, 94 marks...(reference)

1931 Death -On April 4, 1931, at East Fremantle, Grace Frances (Lillie) Langley, of Glenferrie, 32 Fortescue-street, East Fremantle, beloved second eldest daughter of Clara Josephine and the late Charles Langley, and siser of Dora, Mollie, and the late Irene Langley. R.I.P. (reference)

1931 SOLUTION TO WEEKLY PROBLEM — No. 3 Winner of Card Competition: MISS D. LANGLEY, 32 Fortescue-street, East Fremantle. (reference)

1951 DEATH On Aug. 22, at her residence, 32 Fortescue street, East Fremantle, Clara Josephine Langley, widow of the late Charles Langley, loved mother of Dora, Mollie (Mrs. Lissiman) and the late Lillie and Irene, mother-in-law of the late Alan and fond grandmother of Maureen and Susanne; aged 85 years. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Canning-highway, East Fremantle...(Reference)

RESIDENTS

1918 - 1919: Keen, William H.

1920: Peek, Mrs. Ellie A.

1921 - 1923: Langley, Mrs. Clara J.

1924: Marshall, Albert William.

1925 - 1949: Langley, Mrs. Clara J.

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