46 Glyde Street

46 Glyde Street (map)

ARCHITECTURE

Federation, Georgian with Art Deco Adaptation

No. 46 (previously was no. 86) Glyde street is a single-storey house constructed in limestone and brick with a hipped corrugated iron roof. It is an example of a Federation period house. The place was adapted in the immediate Post-World War II period but has since been restored to reflect its former style. The front elevation is symmetrically planned with a central door flanked by double hung sash windows. The facade features a full-width bullnose roofed verandah supported on timber posts.

HISTORY

1908: FUNERAL The Friends of Mr. EDWARD WILLIAM WALLIN, Blacksmith, of the W.A.G. Railways Loco Workshops, Midland Junction, are respectfully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved Wife, ANASTASIA, to the place of interment, the Roman Catholic portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. The Funeral is appointed to leave his residence, 86 Glyde-street, East Fremantle… (reference)

1913: FUNERAL The Friends of the late Mr. Edward William Wallin, of 86 Glyde-street, East Fremantle, and of the Loco. Shops, Midland Junction, W.A. Government Railways, are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Anglican portion of the Fremantle Cemetery. UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS. PRINCE LODGE, No. 342. WALLIN - The Brethren of the above Lodge and the Order in general are respectfully invited to follow the remains of our late Brother, Edward William Wallin, to the place of interment, the Anglican portion of the Fremantle Cemetery... (reference)

1913: DEATH On April 22, at his residence, 86 Glyde-street, East Fremantle, (Captain) William Chales [sic- Charles] Luly, the beloved husband of Harriet Grace Luly, aged 56 years. (reference)

1913: FUNERAL The funeral of the late Captain William Charles Luly, of Cr. W. J. Sumpton's launch Wundburri, took place on Wednesday afternoon, the 23rd inst., and was largely attended. The cortege moved from his late residence, 86 Glyde-street, East Fremantle, and proceeded to the local cemetery...The chief-mourners were: Messrs. William and Alfred Luly (sons),. Mr. E. F. C. Kjolleren (son in-law), Mr. H. Davies (cousin), and Messrs. P. Peterson, and H. L. Green. The pall-bearers were: Capt. Hume, and Mr. J. Barber (representing the River and Harbors' Certificated Masters' Union), Cr. W. J. Sumpton, and Messrs, F. Ohde, A. G. Ableson, A. E. Tilley, A. E. Wallon, G. Miller, T. Jackman and A. Johnson. (reference)

1916: In loving memory of our dear mother, Sarah Ann, who departed this life at 86 Glyde-street, East Fremantle, on February 4, 1915. At rest- inserted by her loving daughters, Mrs. Ernest Leyland and Mrs. James Tomlinson (reference)

1941: DEATHS IN ACTIVE SERVICE: HICKS On May 2 at his residence 46 Glyde-street, East Fremantle Woodland Hicks (late 28th Battalion. M.M). loving brother of Fred, fond brother-in-law of Bessie and “Loving uncle of Olwyn, Joyce, Beth and Fond memories.” (reference)

1941 FUNERAL On Friday, May 2 at Glyde-street, East Fremantle, Woodland Hicks, beloved brother and brother-in-law of Cloates and May Hicks. Ever remembered, Mr. R. Hicks, dearest husband of my good friend, Mrs. Muriel Hicks. How she will miss him. (reference)

1943: FUNERAL The Friends of the late Annie Louisa Benham of Thornton, 46 Glyde-street. East Fremantle...(reference)

RESIDENTS

1909 - 1910: Edward W. Wallin

1911 - 1913: Edward W. Wallin; William Luly

1914: Mrs S. Wallin; Mrs H. Luly; Ernest F. Kyellgren

1915: Mrs S. Wallin; Mrs S. Phillipson, nurse

1916: William Maxwell

1917 - 1921: Anthony Harrison

1922 - 1934: Richard E. Hicks; Woodland

1934 - 1941: Mrs A. L. Benham; Richard E. Hicks; Woodland

1941 - 1943: Mrs A. L. Benham

1944 - 1949: Mrs Muriel Hicks

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