Harrie Lewis HattamAge: 5718901947

Name
Harrie Lewis Hattam
Birth 1890 32 27
Birth of a brotherGordon Dallas Hattam
1892 (Age 2)
Birth of a brotherWilliam Wallace Hattam
1899 (Age 9)
Death of a paternal grandmotherMary J Williams
1903 (Age 13) Age: 74
Source: GRO index
Text:
1903 Sep 74 Falmouth 5c 92
Death of a maternal grandmotherMary Ann Tibbles
February 22, 1918 (Age 28)

Death of a motherAnnie Agnes Dallas
June 16, 1926 (Age 36) Age: 63
Citation details: 1
Date of entry in original source: June 17, 1926
Text:
The Argus, Melbourne Thursday 17 June 1926 page 1 column 1 DEATHS HATTAM-On the 16th June, 1926, at her resi- dence, 12 Asling street, North Brighton, Annie Agnes, dearly beloved wife of William Hattam, and loving mother of Harrie, Gordon, and Wal- lace, aged 63 years. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3789185
Burial of a motherAnnie Agnes Dallas
June 17, 1926 (Age 36)
Citation details: 1
Date of entry in original source: June 17, 1926
Text:
The Argus, Melbourne. Thursday 17 June 1926 page 1 column 2 FUNERAL NOTICES. HATTAM.-The Friends of Mr. WILLIAM HATTAM are informed that the funeral of his dearly beloved wife, Annie Agnes, will leave 12 Asling street, North Brighton, THIS DAY (Thursday, the 17th June), at 4 p.m. for the Brighton Cemetery, arriving at 4.15. A. A. SLEIGHT PTY. LTD., Funeral Directors, 321 Bay street, BRIGHTON. Tel. X1146. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article3789185
Marriage of a siblingWilliam Wallace HattamOlive Winifred HattamView family
1929 (Age 39)
Generic Event February 17, 1934 (Age 44)

Citation details: 23
Date of entry in original source: February 17, 1934
Text:
The Argus Melbourne Saturday 17 February 1934 page 23 column 8 BRIGHTON BEACH RESERVE A.N.A. Opposes Alienation At the quarterly meeting of the Brighton branch of the Australian Natives' Asso- ciation on Thursday night there was con- siderable discussion of the recent ap- plication of the Brighton Beach Bowl- ing Club for an extra strip of land 15ft. by 131ft. to enable it to extend its greens in the Brighton Beach Cricket-giound. Mr. C. W. Horsburgh, who supported the application of the bowling club, said that the small strip of land would make only a trifling difference to the reserve. Messrs. G. Robinson, F. Hinrickson, and H. L. Hattam, who opposed the applica- tion, said that the granting of the land would mean alienation of the reserve. There were insufficient reserves in Brigh- ton, and every effort should be made to preserve the existing open spaces. The bowling club alreadv had had several ex- tensions of its area in the reserve. The branch decided to send to the trustees of the reserve an emphatic protest against granting the bowling club's appli- cation. It was also decided to seek the permission of the board of directors of the Australian Natives' Association for the branch to make a similar protest to the Minister for Lands (Mr Dunstan). http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article11740105
Death of a fatherWilliam Hattam
September 21, 1934 (Age 44) Age: 76
Citation details: 13
Date of entry in original source: September 22, 1934
Text:
The Argus, Melbourne Saturday 22 Septmeber 1934 page 13 column 2 DEATHS HATTAM.-On the 21st September, 1934, at a private hospital, William, the dearly loved husband of the late Annie Agnes, and loved father of Harrie, Gordon, and Wallace, aged 76 years. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10983986
Burial of a fatherWilliam Hattam
September 22, 1934 (Age 44)
Citation details: 13
Date of entry in original source: September 22, 1934
Text:
The Argus, Melbourne Saturday 22 Septmeber 1934 page 13 column 5 IN MEMORIAM HATTAM-The Friends of the late WILLIAM HATTAM are invited to follow his remains to the Brighton General Cemetery. The funeral will leave his son's residence, 27 Binnie street, Brighton, THIS DAY (Saturday, the 22nd September), at 3.30 p.m. LE PINE and SON, Funeral Directors. 'Phone J1441. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article10983986
Death January 12, 1947 (Age 57) Age: 56
Family with parents - View family
father
mother
 
Marriage: August 1, 1889Sutton Grange, Castlemaine, VIC, Australia
17 months
Harrie Lewis Hattam
Birth: 1890 32 27Footscray, VIC, Australia
Death: January 12, 1947Brighton, VIC, Australia
3 years
younger brother
8 years
younger brother

Generic EventThe Argus, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Citation details: 23
Date of entry in original source: February 17, 1934
Text:
The Argus Melbourne Saturday 17 February 1934 page 23 column 8 BRIGHTON BEACH RESERVE A.N.A. Opposes Alienation At the quarterly meeting of the Brighton branch of the Australian Natives' Asso- ciation on Thursday night there was con- siderable discussion of the recent ap- plication of the Brighton Beach Bowl- ing Club for an extra strip of land 15ft. by 131ft. to enable it to extend its greens in the Brighton Beach Cricket-giound. Mr. C. W. Horsburgh, who supported the application of the bowling club, said that the small strip of land would make only a trifling difference to the reserve. Messrs. G. Robinson, F. Hinrickson, and H. L. Hattam, who opposed the applica- tion, said that the granting of the land would mean alienation of the reserve. There were insufficient reserves in Brigh- ton, and every effort should be made to preserve the existing open spaces. The bowling club alreadv had had several ex- tensions of its area in the reserve. The branch decided to send to the trustees of the reserve an emphatic protest against granting the bowling club's appli- cation. It was also decided to seek the permission of the board of directors of the Australian Natives' Association for the branch to make a similar protest to the Minister for Lands (Mr Dunstan). http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article11740105