Jack Lisle (Leslie) HattamAge: 7418991974

Name
Jack Lisle (Leslie) Hattam
Birth 9 November 1899 26 28
Education
Dookie Agricultural College

Citation details: 13
Date of entry in original source: 4 February 1920
Text:
The Argus Melbourne Wednesday 4 February 1920 page 13 column 3 DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE Mr. J. J. Carlisle, M.L.A., chairman Coun- cil of Agricultural Education, presided at the annual closing ceremony at Dookie Agri- cultural College, on January 29. Reports showed that additional accommodation was needed to provide for soldier students. The principal had agreed, at the earnest request of the Repatriation department, to find room for 40 returned soldiers for the future, instead of 20 previously accommodated. The department and soldiers had expressed their appreciation of the special courses de- signed for the returned men. The council, in making appointments to its staff, had given preference to returned soldiers in every instance. An outline was given of the forward policy of agricultural education, de- signed in co-operation with Mr. A. E. V. Richardson. An immediate commencement would be made to erect buildings for the accommodation of short-course students, consisting of farmers and farmers' sons. A special feature was to be made of farm en- gineering, including tractor work, for which a workshop would be erected. The exami- nation results were as follow:- Honour List. - Passes, Third Year - D. B. Adam, A. R. Anderson, R. B. Baldwin, D. Bruckner, S. Edgar, J. M. Farrall, W. F. Homburg, J. L. Hattam, A. Johns, J. S. Maher, H. J. Miller, A. W. McDonald, C. A. E. McLean, L. McKenzie, L. Needham, R. J. Reeves, R. E. Wilson, M. S. Wood, Passes, Second Year - W. M. Coghill, J. Ellis, W. J. Grayson, A. L. Large, F. W. McBean, R. J. McLelland, J. B. Murphy, P. R. Sawyer, R. J. Tonks, A. H. Walker. Passes, First Year - D. R. Andrew, E. A. Clark, F. P. Ealiason, G. D. Good- year, H. B. Graham, H. N. Hughes, E. W. Wil- lard, T. Wool. Prizes, Third Year - Dux, R. E. Wilson; 1st agriculture, M. S. Wood; 2nd agri- culture, R. E. Wilson. Second Year Aggregate - J. B. Murphy; agriculture, J. B. Murphy. James Cuming Scholarship - J. B. Murphy. First Year Aggregate - G. D. Goodyear. Agriculture - M. Wood. Fink Scholarship - G. D. Goodyear. Ploughing - J. M. Farrall. Drilling - R. L. Por- ter. Paddock - J. B. Murphy. Farriery - D. B. Adam. Most Improved Student - P. R. Sawyer. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1675998
Birth of a sisterEdna Clarice Hattam
21 October 1900 (Age 11 months)
Birth of a sisterVera Mildred Hattam
27 March 1902 (Age 2)
Birth of a brotherEric Clifford Hattam
26 June 1903 (Age 3)
Birth of a sisterEileen May Hattam
28 March 1905 (Age 5)
Birth of a brotherSamuel Keith Hattam
16 January 1907 (Age 7)
Birth of a sisterDorothy Elwyn Hattam
30 September 1911 (Age 11)
Marriage of a siblingLindell Hickman VernonVera Mildred HattamView family
29 September 1928 (Age 28)
Citation details: 13
Date of entry in original source: 10 November 1928
Text:
The Argus, Melbourne Saturday 10 November 1928 page 13 column 2 MARRIAGES. VERNON-HATTAM.-On the 29th September, at Methodist Church, Burke road, East Malvern, by Rev. Alex. Hay, Vera Mildred, second daughter of Councillor and Mrs. S. Hattam, Walhalla, Finch street, East Malvern, to Lindell Hickman, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Vernon, Erica avenue, East Malvern. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3968307
MarriageEdith Lilian PayneView family
22 August 1931 (Age 31)
Death of a motherAmelia Albertina Angelina Angove
6 July 1936 (Age 36)
Burial of a motherAmelia Albertina Angelina Angove
8 July 1936 (Age 36)
Cremation of a motherAmelia Albertina Angelina Angove
8 July 1936 (Age 36)
Death of a fatherSamuel Nicholas Hattam
25 March 1946 (Age 46) Age: 72
Cause: Diabetes
Citation details: 18
Date of entry in original source: 27 March 1946
Text:
The Argus, Melbourne Wednesday 27 March 1946 page 18 column 1 DEATHS HATTAM.–On March 25, at his residence, 69 Finch street, East Malvern, Samuel, hus- band of the late Amelia, loved father of Jack, Edna (Mrs. Munro), Vera (Mrs. Vernon), Cliff, May, Keith, and Dorothy. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article22236970
Burial of a fatherSamuel Nicholas Hattam
27 March 1946 (Age 46)
Citation details: 18
Date of entry in original source: 27 March 1946
Text:
The Argus, Melbourne Wednesday 27 March 1946 page 18 column 2 FUNERAL NOTICES HATTAM.–The Funeral of the late Mr. SAMUEL HATTAM will leave his residence, 69 Finch street, East Malvern, THIS DAY (Wednesday), after a service commencing at 2 p.m. for Springvale Crematorium. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article22236970
Death of a brotherEric Clifford Hattam
30 August 1967 (Age 67) Age: 64
Cause: Heart attack
Cremation of a brotherEric Clifford Hattam
4 September 1967 (Age 67)
Death 28 March 1974 (Age 74)
Cause of death: Heart attack
Cremation 29 March 1974 (1 day after death)
Family with parents - View family
father
mother
 
Marriage: 31 January 1899Wesleyan Methodist Church, Station Street, N Carlton, VIC, Australia
9 months
11 months
younger sister
Edna Clarice Hattam
Birth: 21 October 1900 27 29Walhalla, VIC, Australia
Death: 27 July 1977QLD, Australia
17 months
younger sister
15 months
younger brother
Eric Clifford HattamEric Clifford Hattam
Birth: 26 June 1903 30 32Walhalla, VIC, Australia
Death: 30 August 19675 Forest Court, Toorak, VIC, Australia
21 months
younger sister
Eileen May Hattam
Birth: 28 March 1905 31 33Walhalla, VIC, Australia
Death: 17 December 1979Geelong, VIC, Australia
22 months
younger brother
Samuel Keith Hattam
Birth: 16 January 1907 33 35Walhalla, VIC, Australia
Death: 16 January 1994VIC, Australia
5 years
younger sister
Dorothy Elwyn Hattam
Birth: 30 September 1911 38 40Walhalla, VIC, Australia
Death: 7 January 1981Torquay, VIC, Australia
Family with Edith Lilian Payne - View family
wife
 
Marriage: 22 August 1931VIC, Australia

EducationThe Argus, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Citation details: 13
Date of entry in original source: 4 February 1920
Text:
The Argus Melbourne Wednesday 4 February 1920 page 13 column 3 DOOKIE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE Mr. J. J. Carlisle, M.L.A., chairman Coun- cil of Agricultural Education, presided at the annual closing ceremony at Dookie Agri- cultural College, on January 29. Reports showed that additional accommodation was needed to provide for soldier students. The principal had agreed, at the earnest request of the Repatriation department, to find room for 40 returned soldiers for the future, instead of 20 previously accommodated. The department and soldiers had expressed their appreciation of the special courses de- signed for the returned men. The council, in making appointments to its staff, had given preference to returned soldiers in every instance. An outline was given of the forward policy of agricultural education, de- signed in co-operation with Mr. A. E. V. Richardson. An immediate commencement would be made to erect buildings for the accommodation of short-course students, consisting of farmers and farmers' sons. A special feature was to be made of farm en- gineering, including tractor work, for which a workshop would be erected. The exami- nation results were as follow:- Honour List. - Passes, Third Year - D. B. Adam, A. R. Anderson, R. B. Baldwin, D. Bruckner, S. Edgar, J. M. Farrall, W. F. Homburg, J. L. Hattam, A. Johns, J. S. Maher, H. J. Miller, A. W. McDonald, C. A. E. McLean, L. McKenzie, L. Needham, R. J. Reeves, R. E. Wilson, M. S. Wood, Passes, Second Year - W. M. Coghill, J. Ellis, W. J. Grayson, A. L. Large, F. W. McBean, R. J. McLelland, J. B. Murphy, P. R. Sawyer, R. J. Tonks, A. H. Walker. Passes, First Year - D. R. Andrew, E. A. Clark, F. P. Ealiason, G. D. Good- year, H. B. Graham, H. N. Hughes, E. W. Wil- lard, T. Wool. Prizes, Third Year - Dux, R. E. Wilson; 1st agriculture, M. S. Wood; 2nd agri- culture, R. E. Wilson. Second Year Aggregate - J. B. Murphy; agriculture, J. B. Murphy. James Cuming Scholarship - J. B. Murphy. First Year Aggregate - G. D. Goodyear. Agriculture - M. Wood. Fink Scholarship - G. D. Goodyear. Ploughing - J. M. Farrall. Drilling - R. L. Por- ter. Paddock - J. B. Murphy. Farriery - D. B. Adam. Most Improved Student - P. R. Sawyer. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article1675998
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Enlisted with Australian Army on 19 Feb 1942 at Dandenong, VIC next of kin Edith Hattam rank - Corporal Date of discharge 6 Jan 1944