Federation / Simple Domestic Carpenter
No. 45 (previously was no. 111) Duke Street is a single-storey cottage of timber framing and jarrah weatherboard cladding with a gabled corrugated iron roof. A two-storey later addition is evident to the rear.
The place is consistent with the pattern of development in Plympton and plays an important role in the pattern of development of a working class suburb.
AIF 1916, FITZPATRICK Michael John (Regimental number 2333) Occupation Labourer, Single, Age at embarkation 18. Next of kin Mrs May Fitzpatrick
1917 The Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fitzpatrick, of 156 Sewell-street, East Fremantle, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of their late dearly beloved infant daughter, Alma Beatrice, to the Roman Catholic portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. (reference)
1928 W. Hendren, at East Fremantle, on April 8, a daughter. (reference)
1936 Died-On at his late residence, 111 Duke-street, East Fremantle, George Gabriel Hopkins, beloved husband of Lavinia Maud Hopkins, loved father of George Lloyd (Midland Junction), Keith, Ada, Chestina; loved father-in-law of Adelaide (Mrs. G. L. Hopkins, Midland Junction), Jean (Mrs. K. Hopkins, Busselton), loved brother of David and Frank, loved brother-in-law of Jessie (Mrs. F. Hopkins), beloved grandfather of Rowland, Olwyn and Baby Colin. (reference)
1912 - 1915: Fitzpatrick, Frank
1916 - 1936: Hopkins, Geo.
1937 - 1939: Hendren, Wm.
1940 - 1941: Hendren, Wm.
1942 - 1949: Devine, Sydney