|Birth|| May 19, 1921 37 33|
Note: Birth cert. - Application fol 75/26039, Official Number 17213/21
Willow Grove Primary School
|Death of a paternal grandmother||Prudence Eliza Whitmore|
December 1929 (Age 8 years)
|Death of a paternal grandfather||John Holt|
September 16, 1934 (Age 13 years)
Note: According to the Vic Death Index, died 1934 aged 80 at "MELB N", index 8128
Painter And Decorator, Labourer
|Residence|| November 14, 1942 (Age 21 years)|
|Residence|| 1946 (Age 24 years)|
Address: 19 Harris St.
|Death of a father||Henry Herbert (Harry) Holt|
July 3, 1958 (Age 37 years)
|Death of a sister||Ethel Harriet Prudence Holt|
May 31, 1973 (Age 52 years)
|Death of a sister||Mavis Lillian Holt|
1974 (Age 52 years)
|Death|| May 7, 1977 (Age 55 years)|
|Burial|| May 11, 1977 (4 days after death)|
Church Of England
|Family with parents|
Henry Herbert (Harry) Holt
Birth: April 4, 1884 30 26 — Warragul, Victoria, Australia
Death: July 3, 1958 — Yallourn, Victoria, Australia
Ethel Harriet Stratton
Birth: November 15, 1887 75 44 — Lilydale, Victoria, Australia
Death: August 1977 — Moe, Victoria, Australia
Marriage: January 8, 1908 — Morwell, Victoria, Australia
-23 monthselder brother
Thomas William Holt
Birth: January 27, 1906 21 18 — Moe, Victoria, Australia
Death: 1980 — Churchill, Victoria, Australia
4 yearselder sister
Ethel Harriet Prudence Holt
Birth: 1909 24 21 — Moe, Victoria, Australia
Death: May 31, 1973
3 yearselder sister
Emily Louise Holt
Birth: 1911 26 23 — Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
4 yearselder sister
Edna Lily May Holt
Birth: 1914 29 26 — Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
3 yearselder sister
Mavis Lillian Holt
Birth: 1916 31 28 — Richmond, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Francis Norton Holt
Death: August 2, 2017
|Family with Edna Frances Cameron|
Edna Frances Cameron
Birth: September 26, 1922 38 30 — Subiaco, Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Death: August 20, 2000 — Raymond Island, Victoria, Australia
Birth cert. - Application fol 75/26039, Official Number 17213/21
Death cert. - number 13485/77 Cause of death: Incarcerated femoral hernia - ? months, Cirrhosis of the liver - years, Ascites - months
Various stories related to the town of Tanjil South in eastern Victoria. These snippets might not be about people related to my father but are often about people who were int he area where myself and my siblings grew up.
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Monday 2 January 1950 p 1 Article
Man killed by shock
Mr Allan Kennedy, of Morwell, was electrocuted when he touched some electric wires while seated on the top of a load of hay at Tanjil South, near Moe, on Saturday. The power was cut off in an unsuccessful attempt to save him.
Mr Kennedy, a married man with two children, was assisting his sister-in-law, Mrs A. J. S. Hasthorpe, with harvesting operations.
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) Thursday 2 February 1939 p 2 Article
SHELTERED IN RIVER
Tanjil South Fire
MOE Wednesday —Fires burned to within a few feet of several farmhouses in the Tanjil South district today and only the desperate efforts of residents and fire fighters who answered urgent calls at Moe and Yallourn saved the buildings, haystacks, farm buildings and stock. Directed by Constable Alexander of Moe, volunteers saved the homestead and haystack on Mr M Knight's farm. Fire burned to within a few feet of the homestead on the farm of Mr C Wllliames but the buildings were saved. About 80 acres of grass was destroyed and a herd of valuable dairy stock was moved to safety just in time. Believing that nothing could save their home Mr and Mrs M P Williames moved their belongings to open ground.
The women and children from other homes near by took refuge in and beside the Tanjil River until the danger had passed. Their homes were saved. Last night many volunteers patrolled the fire area to guard against fresh outbreaks.
Weekly Times (Melbourne, Vic. : 1869 - 1954) Saturday 4 March 1939 p 7 Article
ELECTRICITY FOR MORE FARMERS
Two further extensions; under its rural electrification programme, have been completed and placed in service. One is to 10 consumers at Tanjil South, near Moe. and the other to 14 at Batesford, in Geelong district.
Four dairy farmers and eight farmers and orchardists will be among the consumers. The commission has linked more than 600 farms with electricity this financial year, and hopes to link another 400.
More than 4000 farms are now being served.
The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) Tuesday 31 January 1939 p 11 Article
FIRES MENACE HOMES
Gippsland Towns In Danger
MOE, Monday.— Much consternation existed at Willow Grove and Tanjll South to-day when bush flres menaced several farm houses. Urgent messages for assistance were sent to Moe and Trafalgar, and a number of volunteers went out. Unfortunately, the firemen were taking part In the flre brigades demonstration at Warragul and were not available.
Fighters from Willow Grove helped save the homes of E. and T. Brown. A temporary change in the wind took the fire across the road behind the property known as Alderwood, and occupied by Mr. J. Morphett. The wind changed again and the fire entered Mr. J. M Laidlaw's property and crossed the Tanjil River into Mr. Mark Knight's and Truscott's farms. At Knight's the men had a hard fight, but early this evening all homes were safe.
During the afternoon Constable Creed, of Moe, had all women and children from Tanjll South brought to Moe. The wind dropped about 7 p.m., and some flre fighters returned to Trafalgar, but Constables Creed and Gregory remained with a number In case of further danger.
At 9 p.m. the Moe flre bell was again sounded, a strong west wind having fanned a flre near Mr. Bert Savige's property. Since midday residents along Westbury Ridge have also had an anxious time. Mr. T. Hateley's home and sheds narrowly escaped destruction.
The Moe-Walhalla service car with a full load of passengers had to come through a fire at Gould this evening. This fire crossed the railway line and several sleepers which were on fire had to be extinguished before the train could come from Gould to Moe.