80 Allen Street

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Aesthetic & Representative

No 80 Allen Street is a single storey house constructed in brick and rendered brick with a hipped and gable format corrugated iron roof. It is an expression of the Inter-War Bungalow style. The front elevation is asymmetrically planned with a thrust gable bay and part width hip roofed verandah. The gable bay features a set of four casement windows under a sunhood. The verandah is set on timber posts. The front door is offset and flanked by two sets of three casement windows. The front door is centrally located.


1931 - The engagement is announced of Ruby Frances, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sexton, 50 Langham-street, Hollywood, to Edward Fred, eldest son of Mrs. H. E. Heterick, 80 Allen-street, East Fremantle. (Reference)

1932 -A pretty wedding took place at Christ Church, Claremont, on November 3, when Ruby Frances, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sexton, of 50 Langham-street Hollywood, was joined in holy matrimony to Edward (Ted) eldest son of the late Mr. Heterick, of Yorkshire, England, and Mrs. H. E. Heterick, of 80 Allen-street. East Fremantle. The bride entered the church to the strains of the "Bridal March," and was given away by her father...The bride was attended by two bridesmaids, Miss Bobbie Wells, and Miss Nora Heterick (sister of the bridegroom). Both were dressed in ankle length picturesque frocks of pale pink...The duties of best man were carried out by Mr. Jack Heterick (brother of the bridegroom)... Mrs. Heterick favored black georgette and lace, with hat en suite...(Reference)

1936 -The engagement is announced of Norah, only daughter of Mrs. H. E. Heterick, of 80 Allen-street, East Fremantle, and the late Mr. Heterick, to Ernest, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Purdie, of 190 Canning-road. East Fremantle. (Reference)

1938 CAUTIONED FOR NOSE PULLING 'Circumstances are so trivial that we do not think punishment merited,' announced the Bench in the Fremantle Police Court today, when A. W. Mofflin was cautioned on a charge of assault preferred by David Finlay. The Bench ordered each party to pay his own costs… Finlay, a young man residing in Irwin-street, East Fremantle, near Mofflin's home, said that on March 18, shortly after 5 p.m., Mofflin accused him of annoying his children by the manner he (Finlay) rode his motorcycle. A little later Mofflin alleged that witness had knocked one of his children off a scooter. Finally Mofflin pulled witness's nose. Mofflin's version of the incident was that he told Finlay of the annoyance caused by his motorcycle. He pulled Finlay’s nose after hearing that complainant had knocked his young son of his scooter. (reference)

1946 - Mrs. E. M. Foster. 2 Cornwall-street, Bunbury. has much pleasure in announcing the engagement of her youngest daughter, Elinor Dorothy, to Henry George, youngest son of Mrs. H. E. Heterick, 80 Allen-street, East Fremantle. (Reference)


1928 - 1929: Mofflin, Arthur William

1930: Vacant

1931 - 1945: Heterick, Mrs Harriet

1946 - 1949: Heterick, Henry G.

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