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MOSER/ROGERS/MUNDAY MEMORIES OF ROSEBUD, VIC., AUST.

Journal by itellya

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on 2013-10-01 01:13:02

Itellya is researching local history on the Mornington Peninsula and is willing to help family historians with information about the area between Somerville and Blairgowrie. He has extensive information about Henry Gomm of Somerville, Joseph Porta (Victoria's first bellows manufacturer) and Captain Adams of Rosebud.

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by shah on 2013-10-01 02:24:16

Hello again,
It was the councillor Forrest Edmund (Joe) Wood that dad played cricket with.
I shouldn't rely on my memory!

by itellya on 2013-10-01 02:35:17

WAETHERHEAD.

THE LICENSING ACTS. - NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A GROCER'S LICENCE.-Premises at Point Nepean Road,Rosebud, Licensing District of Mornington.
I, Robert Moore Weatherhead, of Point Nepean road. Rosebud, grocer and delicatessen proprietor, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, and at the sitting of the
Licensing District to be holden at Melbourne on the twenty-fourth dav of February. 1947, Will APPLY for a CERTIFICATE authorising the issue of a Grocer's Licence for the above premises, a plan or sketch of which has been lodged with the Licensing Court.
Dated the seventh day of February, 1947.
R. M. WEATHERHEAD. Point Nepean road. Rosebud.

THE LICENSING ACTS. - NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A SPIRIT MERCHANT'S LICENCE. - Premises at Point Nepean Road, Rosebud, Licensing District of Mornington. - I, Robert Moore Weatherhead, of Point Nepean road, Rosebud, grocer and delicatessen proprietor, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, and at the sitting of the Licensing District to be holden at Melbourne on the twenty-fourth day of Februarv. 1947. will APPLY for a CERTIFICATE authorising the issue of a Spirit Merchant's Licence for the above premises, aplan or sketch of which has been lodged with the Licensing Court.
Dated the seventh day of February. 1947.
R. M. WEATHERHEAD, Point Nepean road, Rosebud. (P.19, Argus, 7-2-1947.)

Mary Weatherhead became Mrs Dryden. The names of Dryden and Weatherhead were also linked in Rosebud State School's relay team.

by itellya on 2013-10-01 04:33:08

WEATHERHEAD.
Oops, it was Mary Peatey who became Mrs Weatherhead,not Mary Weatherhead who became Mrs Dryden.
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Tuesday 24 July 1945 p 2 Family Notices
... July 21, William Henry, of Rosebud, at Melbourne, loving son of John and Mary Peatey, loving brother of Jack (deceased), Susie (Mrs. Dryden), George, Mary (Mrs. Weatherhead), brother-in-law of Bob, Annie
.

MAN CLEAR IN WIFE'S DEATH
AFTER an expectant mother died from injuries in Dromana Hospital on July 1, police received an anonymous letter blaming her husband. The letter claimed he had used violence to his wife a few days before she died.

Mr. Duggan, S.M., city coroner, recorded a finding of accidental death at the inquest yesterday on Beryl Jean Weatherhead, 24, of Unice Flats, Bay st., Rosebud, who died from a ruptured spleen and hemorrhage.

Dr. Edwards, of Dromana, who operated on Mrs. Weatherhead, said it was a necessary, drastic step to save her life. Robert Moore Weatherhead, carpenter, said: "I was not responsible in any way for my wife's death." In a statement produced by police, Weatherhead was claimed to have said he struck his wife during arguments, the last time about three months before her death.
"Fell over"
Weatherhead said his wife told him she received the injuries on June 27, when she fell over one of her three children's toy cars. She complained of pain, but refused to call a doctor. It was not until July 1 when she collapsed that a doctor was called, the statement continued. Dr. D. W. Renton, of Rye, told the coroner the injuries were more consistent with a fall than from punches or kicks. Colin Alexander Knight, laborer, of Bay st., Rosebud, said he and his wife were visiting the Weatherhead's when Mrs. Weatherhead collapsed. "They were on good terms. There were no quarrels of any sort," he said.
(P.5,Argus,28-8-1956.)

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