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Looking for Henry CARR of ?Moonta South Australia

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Henry Carr born circa 1864 ? English Jew. married Alexandrina BROMLEY Moonta South Australia....
Travelled to Broken Hill. Left family ? went to Kalgoolie /Boulder [WA]gold mines. Wife never saw him again

Surnames: BROMLEY CARR
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on 2010-06-20 03:22:24

Darlyn_60 has been a Family Tree Circles member since Feb 2009. is researching the following names: ROVEDATTI, DUGGAN, CARR.

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by BennettC on 2010-06-20 09:50:04

Hi
The Western Australian Births, Deaths & Marriages website has 4 deaths of Henry Carr. Henry d. 1915 (Fremantle District); Henry d. 1944 (Geraldton District); Henry Edwin d. 1964 (Perth District) and Henry J d. 1930 (Northam District). The Henry Carr you are looking for is Henry John (on marriage record), so it could be the one who died in 1930. The WA website is at: http://www.bdm.dotag.wa.gov.au/_apps/pioneersindex/default.aspx
You would probably need to purchase the death certificate to confirm any details.

I can't find any deaths for Henry John Carr in South Australian records.

Good luck.
Colleen

by ngairedith on 2010-06-20 10:35:20

Hi there,
If you think Henry may have been buried in Kalgoorlie you can contact the Cemetery Board. They charge $7.00 for lookups at the Kalgoorlie and Boulder Cemetery this includes being provided with grave number, location and cemetery map

Their contact is:
Research Officer - Gaye Newton
Kalgoorlie Boulder Cemetery Board
P.O.Box 79 Kalgoorlie WA 6430
kalg.bld.cemetery@bigpond.com

There is a number of Cemeteries you could search on the Goldfields Family History Society site

There are 300 entries for CARR in the Karrakatta Cemetery database but NO Henry John Carr buried

This is the Northam Cemetery in Katrine Road, Northam, Western Australia but I could not find a Henry Carr buried there

This is all the Western Australia Cemeteries (some searchable, some not) in alphabetical order with links to cemeteries in the other Australian states

happy hunting

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