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4:19 AM - May 24, 2018 #41

Hi Liz,

Up until the 1937 ERs - Ethel May was registered as Ethel may LIDDICOAT,

1930 ERs - Ethel May LIDDICOAT is living at 251 Penshurst Street, CHATSWOOD (same address as Francis Patrick DOLLING).

1936 & 37 ERs - she is living at SPENCER, NSW - so she was with Francis Patrick DOLLING but using her previous name.

They are not listed on 1943 ERs so that is why she eventually turns up as Ethel May DOLLING on the 1949 ERs.

Regards,

Jenn
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6:35 AM - May 24, 2018 #42

Hi All,
bit of info..

Name:  Francis Patrick Dolling
Age:       37
Birth Year:           abt 1877
Birth Place:         Sydney, New South Wales
Dossier Year Range:        1914-1920
Enlistment Place:             Liverpool, New South Wales
Service Number:              5008
Spouse:                Harriott Matilda Dolling
 
Name:  Francis P Dolling
Spouse Name:  Harriett M Hall
Marriage Date:  1902
Marriage Place: New South Wales
Registration Place:           Sydney, New South Wales
Registration Year:            1902
Registration Number:    8117

SMH – Tue 14 Oct 102
DOLLING-HALL.—October 8, 1902, by the Rev. G.
Hay, Francis Patrick, fifth son of John Edward Dolling, of Waverley, to Harriet Matilda, third daughter of Joseph Hall, of Inverell.

Their daughter Doris Mildred Dolling b 1901 married Henry Joseph Hall 15 May 1922
Name:  Doris Mildred Dolling
Gender:               Female
Marriage Age:   21
Event Type:        Marriage
Birth Date:          abt 1901
Marriage Date:  15 May 1922
Marriage Place: Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Parish as it Appears:       Surry Hills St David
Father: Francis Patrick Dolling
Mother:               Harriet Matilda Dolling
Spouse:                Henry Joseph Hall

Henry has a service record..
HALL HENRY JOSEPH : Service Number - 12597 : Date of birth - 23 Jun 1899 : Place of birth - NARRABRI NSW : Place of enlistment - SYDNEY : Next of Kin – DORIS

Death for Ethel - Ryerson
DOLLING              Ethel May            Death notice      12APR1970          Death                    late of Mooney Mooney and Spencer                Sydney Morning Herald                18APR1970

DOLLING  ETHEL MAY 18824/1970 ANDREW MICHAEL – JANET - ST LEONARDS

 
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7:06 AM - May 24, 2018 #43

Ethel May DOLLING's death and funeral notices that Val noted, published SMH 18 April 1970.
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Kerrie.
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7:10 AM - May 24, 2018 #44

Kerrie,  Thanks for the info on the Wall of Remembrance - seeing as he didn't die until 1951 would he only have that plaque if they had considered that his health had been badly affected by the war?
He was discharged in 1919 and was in a bad way so we have been told - I found his wife Harriet was getting some sort of pension after he returned home (listed on NAA) - she had one child
His other two children to Ethel were refused benefits
Harriet also applied for a widows badge in 1951

Liz
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7:19 AM - May 24, 2018 #45

Hi Liz,

It seems that Frank & Harriett never got around to divorcing - hence she was able to claim the DVA Pension and the Widow's Badge.

My father was deemed to have died from a war related condition in 1972. Whilst he is buried in the Lakeside Memorial Park just south of WOLLONGONG - he also has a War Graves Commission Plaque on the Wall at ROOKWOOD. The War Graves Commission also paid for his plaque in the lawn cemetery at Lakeside.

Regards,

Jenn
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7:26 AM - May 24, 2018 #46

Liz,
"Thanks for the info on the Wall of Remembrance - seeing as he didn't die until 1951 would he only have that plaque if they had considered that his health had been badly affected by the war?"

Yes, I believe that to be the case. My Dad served WWII and died 1999 after finally being on a DVA pension.

Kerrie.
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7:28 AM - May 24, 2018 #47

This is strange - I have just checked the Garden of Remembrance site and he is not listed

I think Harriet must have his war medals as well

Liz
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