5 Bolton Street

5 Bolton Street(map)


No 5 Bolton Street is a single storey rendered limestone and rendered brick house with a hipped tiled roof. The lot falls away toward the rear of the property. A two storey extension has been constructed to the rear. It is a fine expression of the Federation Queen Anne style. The front elevation is asymmetrically planned with a thrust bay and a full width return hip roofed verandah. The verandah is supported on stop chamfered timber posts with a decorative frieze. The verandah and its details are a replacement. A vertical timber balustrade spans between the posts. A section of the return verandah on the west elevation has been enclosed. The thrust bay features a bay window with double hung sash windows. There is central door and hopper light flanked by sidelights and double hung sash windows. Walls are rendered limestone with render brick quoins. The lower rendered sections are later modifications. A particular feature of the house is its richly decorative roofscape with elaborate render capped chimneys. The place retains its form and most of its details.


1933 PUBLIC NOTICE-Notice ls hereby given that as more Candidates have been nominated than are required up fill the Extraordinary Vacancy for the Owners Representative's seat on the Fremantle Municipal Tramways and Electric Lighting Board, an election by ballot will be HELD in the town hall EAST FREMANTLE, 1938...The Candidates nominated are Gordon, Robert, of View-terrace, East Fremantle, Orchardist, and Gray, Edmund Harry, of Bolton-street, East Fremantle...(reference)

1936 APPLICATIONS are invited for the POSITION of BANDMASTER to the Fremantle City Band, up to Saturday, June 13. Applications, together with copies of testimonials, experience, etc.should be forwarded to the undersigned at 5 Bolton-street, East Fremantle, from whom particulars as to salary etc.can be obtained. E. L. GRAY, Honorary Secretary. (reference)

1946 Nominations for the 1946 Legislative Council WEST PROVINCE Gray, Edmund Harry, legislator, 5 Bolton Street. East Fremantle.(reference)

1954 Death GRAY (Edmund Harry): On Nov. 2, at Royal Perth Hospital, Ted. loving husband of Mary, loving father of Lynette, Edmund and baby Dennis, step-father of John: aged 47 years. Rest in peace. Ted, dearly loved eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Gray, of 5 Bolton-street, East Fremantle, Ted, dearly loved brother of Syd, of Francis (Mrs. W. F.Shea)…Goodbye Blue- From members of the Police Transport Branch. (reference)


1926 - 1941: Gray, Edmund Harry

1941 - 1949: Gray, Hon. Edmund H. M.L.C.

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