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Arthur William PEIPER + Ruby Annie BOSUSTOW - Christchurch & Victoria

Journal by ngairedith

William James BOSUSTOW (1860-1947)
(a son of Jacob BUSUSTOW & Emma SAMPSON)
- he married Annie WAYMOUTH/WEYMOUTH & lived in Williamstown, Victoria
24 May 1936
... BOSUSTOW - On the 24th May at 90 Cecil street, Williamstown, Annie, dearly beloved wife of William James Bosustow, and loving mother of:
Harry - West Australia
Emma (Mrs Cohen) - deceased
Amy (Mrs Ross) - Williamstown
Ruby (Nrs Peiper) - deceased
Elsie (Mrs Comport) - Melvern
William (late AIF) - deceased
Florrie (Mrs Coventry) - Kew
... and loving sister of Mrs Chambers, Ascot Vale, aged 77 years. Interred on the 25th May, Melbourne General Cemetery, Carlton

13 Sep 1947
... BOSUSTOW - On September 13, at his residence, 90 Cecil street, Williamstown, William James, dearly loved husband of Annie (deceased), loving father of:
Harry - deceased
Emma - deceased
Amy (Mrs Ross) - deceased
Ruby - deceased
Elsie (Mrs Comport)
Will - deceased
Florrie (Mrs Coventry)
... aged 87, A wonderful father at rest


... 1
1882 - 1946 Henry 'Harry' Bosustow
- born in Hotham, Victoria
- Harry was an Electrician at the Kalgoorlie Mines (see photo)
- he married Elsie May PAVY & had 5 known children born in Kalgoorlie:
1911- ? Dorothy Marie Bosustow
- Dorothy married Aubrey Bernard SMITH 11 April 1935 in Kalgoorlie
1913 - ? Elsie Muriel Bosustow
- Elsie married Dennis Alfred SIVYER 26 Dec 1936 in Kalgoorlie
1916 - ? Beryl Annie Bosustow
- Beryl married Kenyon DYER
1919 - ? Florence Amy Bosustow
- Florence married Frederick Verdun BAILEY 17 Dec 1940 in Kalgorrlie
- her sister Emma Jean was a witness
1922 - ? Emma Jean Bosustow
- Emma married Henry Milton TREBY
1925 - Henry Bosustow
- in 1916 Harry Bosustow was at 41 Campbell Street, Kalgoorlie
- in 1930 he was at Great Boulder Mine, Fimiston, Kalgoorlie
- HARRY died at Fremantle Hospital 18 Feb 1946
... Private 17276, Ernest Charles Bosustow's, father was Harry Bosustow, a Carpenter, also of Kalgoorlie, THIS Harry was an Electrician

... 2
1883 - 1931 Emma Victoria Bosustow
- born in Hotham, Victoria (mother recorded as Annie WEYMOUTH)
- married Raphael 'Ray' COHEN (1883-1965) in 1907 & lived at Moe, Victoria
- EMMA died in Oct 1931 in South Yarra, Victoria aged 48

... 3
1885 - 1887 Ethel Annie Bosustow
- born in Ballarat, Victoria
- ETHEL died aged 15 months in Ascot Vale

... 4
1887 - 1968 Amy Bosustow
- born in Ascot Vale, Victoria
- Amy married William Leslie ROSS (1887-1916) in 1915 & lived in Williamstown
4 December 1915 ... ROSS - BOSUSTOW, On the 4th December at Auburn Presbyterian Church (14 Rathmines Rd, Hawthorn East, Victoria), by the Rev J. E. Paterson, William Leslie Ross A.I.F., only son of Mr and Mrs J. Ross, 11 Grove road Hawthorn, to Amy, third daughter of Mr and Mrs W. J. Bosustow, of "Croya" Wellington street, East Kew
- William served in WWI as Private 4284 with the AIF, 7th Battalion. His next of kin was his father, J. Ross of 11 Grove Road, Hathorn, Victoria. William DIED OF WOUNDS on 24 July 1916 in France aged 29. He is buried Warloy-Baillon Communal Cemetery Extension (Plot V, Row E, Grave No. 37), Somme, France
3 May 1920 ... BOSUSTOW + ROSS - In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Private W. J. Bosustow, 22nd Batt, reported killed in action, Bullecourt, May 3, 1917 also our son-in-law, Private W. L. Ross, died of wounds, Pozieres, July 24, 1916. This day recalls sad memories of the loved ones gone to rest - Mr and Mrs W. J. Bosustow, 90 Cecil street, Williamstown
- AMY died in 1968 at Royal Park, Victoria aged 81

... 5
1889 - 1920 Ruby Annie Bosustow (the New Zealand connection)
- born in Ascot Vale
- Ruby married Arthur William PEIPER in Victoria, Australia in 1912
- Arthur was 1 of 3 known children born in Christchurch, New Zealand, to Frederick PEIPER & Jane Agnes CLARKE
27 July 1875 ... On the 26th instant, at St Michael's Church, Christchurch, by the Rev H. J. Edwards, Frederick Peiper to Jane Agnes, eldest daughter of Mr H. Clarke, late of Brighton, Sussex, England
- Arthur's brother Frederick Henry Peiper (1877-1878) died aged 15 months. His sister, Dora Agnes Peiper (1879-1935), served as a Nurse in Pretoria, South Africa Boer War. She was mentioned in Lord Kitchener's Despatches in 1902 and was awarded a gold medal in recognition of her services at the front. She was sub-matron of St Helen's Maternity Hospital in Wellington until 1906 when she was appointed matron of the Maternity Hospital in Auckland. Dora married William OLIPHANT in 1911
- their father, Frederick Peiper was in and out of Court, before and after marriage, for a number of charges, breaking & entering, larceny, fighting etc
* 1872 - Frederick was granted a slaughter-house license in Windmill road
* 1873 - He was charged for slaughtering a bullock on his unlicensed premises in Montreal Street, Central Christchurch
* 7 Sep 1874 - He was a Butcher, in the Christchurch Supreme Court for Bankruptcy, owing his creditors £1874 (equivalent in Sep 2011 to $233,800)
* On 13 Oct 1874 he was indicted for having stolen thirty-seven boxes of soap
* 1875 - He was a Butcher in Colombo street south when he and J. McWilliams wrote to the Council and asked them if they would be good enough to supply them with a boat or canoe for ferrying their customers across the pond in front of their premises and said they would supply the ferryman (this was obviously tongue in cheek, perhaps due to flooding)
* 1877 He had a slaughter-house license in Heathcote, Christchurch
* 1878 He was a Butcher in Addington, Christchurch
* 1878 He was charged with ill-treating a horse in Lincoln Rd
* 1879 He was a milkman in Addington, Christchurch
* 21 April 1881 his wife Jane died (possibly during childbirth) - 22 April 1881... At Lincoln road, Addington, Jane Agnes, the beloved wife of Frederick Peiper, aged 26 years. She is buried PLOT 742A at Addington cemetery, Christchurch
* 1882 He applied for a liquor license in Sydenham but was refused
* 1883 He was the Proprietor of the MASONIC HOTEL in New Plymouth

not known when Arthur William Peiper moved to Victoria, Australia
- he married Ruby in 1912 in Victoria
- he was commonly known as Fred Peiper, a Drover at Newmarket, Victoria
- RUBY died of a Haemorrhage 28 June 1920 aged 30 in Bright, Victoria
- (no other death details found at this time)
- she is buried at Bright cemetery

... 6
1891 - 1972 Elsie May Elizabeth Bosustow
- born in Ascot Vale, Victoria
- Elsie married Alfred Burton COMPORT in 1916 & lived in Malvern, Mebourne
22 May 1916
... COMPORT - BOSUSTOW, On the 22nd May, at St Columbo's Church, Hawthorn, by the Rev D. M. Deasey, Alfred Burton, son of Mr and Mrs Alfred W. Comport, of "Marmion", Glenferie road, Hawthorn, to Elsie May Elizabeth, fourth daughter of Mr and Mrs WIlliam J. Bosustow, of "Croya" Wellington street, Kew
- they had 2 known children:
1917 - Frank Joseph Comport
1917 - Elsie Martha Comport
- ELSIE died 1972 in Hawthorn, Victoria aged 81

... 7
1894 - 1917 William Bosustow
- born in Gormandale, Victoria
- William served in WWI as Private 4375 with 22nd Battalion, 11th Reinforcement
- his parents were livng at 221 Wellington Street, Kew, Melbourne
- KILLED IN ACTION 31 May 1917 Bullecourt, France
3 May 1920 ... BOSUSTOW + ROSS - In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Private W. J. Bosustow, 22nd Batt, reported killed in action, Bullecourt, May 3, 1917 also our son-in-law, Private W. L. Ross, died of wounds, Pozieres, July 24, 1916. This day recalls sad memories of the loved ones gone to rest - Mr and Mrs W. J. Bosustow, 90 Cecil street, Williamstown
- William has no known grave. His Memorial is at VILLERS-BRETONNEUX, Somme, France

... 8
1895 - 1898 Annie Muriel Bosustow
- born in Rosedale, Victoria
- ANNIE died in Hawthorn aged 2

... 9
1897 - 1921 Florence 'Florrie' May Bosustow
- born in Hawthorn, Victoria
- Florrie married Thomas George Henry COVENTRY (1897-1971) in 1921 & lived in Kew
- they had 2 sons:
1922 - Kenneth George Coventry
1924 - Ronald William Coventry
- FLORRIE died in 1921 aged 24 in Victoria

photo Fimiston Mine, Boulder, kalgoorlie (now known as Super Pit)
- see Harry Bosustow -
from the site Virtual Tourist (note the giant trucks for perspective)
The Fimiston Mine is the largest open cut mine in Australia and it's still growing. When finished it will be 3,8km long, 1,35km wide and 500m deep and is suppossed to produce 300 tonnes of gold until its lifespan is thought to run out in 2018

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