War Service:- Dossier Year Range: 1914-1920
Enlistment Place: Blackboy Hill, Western Australia
Service Number: 2860
Next of Kin: Florence Ada Anderson
Relationship to Soldier: Wife
THANKS.— Mrs. F. Anderson and family wish to thank Dr. Gillett and staff of St. John of God Hospital, Kalgoorlie, for their kind and sympathetic treatment of her husband, the late George Anderson ; also the Kalgoorlie branch of the R.S.L.A. for their kindness, and Captain Grey, of Laverton.
- Kalgoorlie Miner, Wednesday 26 September 1934, page 4
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Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Retired commercial photographer with frequent mail contacts with England, South Africa and West Australia in the 1980s building a hardcopy tree with over 800 names,photographs and certificates.the Taylor family is primarily English with 3 families having moved to my city Calgary in the past years, the Connolly family in England remain there and the Connolly family in S. Africa and Australia remain there as well for more than 10 years I was the volunteer curator with the Naval Museum of Alberta in Calgary i left the museum at Christmas 2014. I acquired Ancestry.ca in 2009 and have also re-acquired my love of my family tree which I hope you can help me with.My focus is in the Taylors and Pitts in Gravesend and Northfleet plus the Connolly family in Dulwich (both named James and both nurserymen).James junior's family was orphaned at or near Woolwich and one of the orphans Alfred Thomas Connolly my paternal grandfather was lost at sea on a fishing boat sailing out of Grimsby in 1907 ,The others were dispersed around the world.After Alfred Thomas was lost at sea my father Henry(Harry) and his siblings were placed in the Sailors Orphan Home at Newland Hull.The Connolly members in South Africa and Australia are of course included in my research.My tree connolly and taylor 2010 is public .
DEATHS NOTICES ANDERSON.— The friends of Mrs. Florence Anderson, Ada and George, (of Perth), -Dolly (Mr.s. Pelham. of Lake' Grace), Bert (of Dalwallinu). Winifred (Mrs.' Salter, Perth), are respectfully notified that the remains of their late dearly beloved husband and father, respectively, George Albert : Anderson will be removed from Strother's Private Mortuary. 18 Hannan Street, Kalgoorlie, THIS (Wednesday) AFTER NOON,, at 2 o'clock, for interment in the Anglican portion of the Kalgoorlie Cemetery. . W. Strother, Undertaker.
ANDERSON:, Kalgoorlie Branch.- -Members, of the above are respectfully invited' to follow the remains of our late : comrade, George Albert Anderson: Cortege will leave W. Strother's 'Private Mortuary THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, for the Kalgoorlie Cemetery. T. C. Fairley, Secretary.
The death of a returned soldier, George Anderson, at the St. John of God Hospital, Kalgoorlie, cast a gloom over the district and sympathy is extended to his widow and family by all who knew him. He was a resident of Laverton for many years.
When George Albert Anderson (Russon) was born on 16 January 1880 in Warragul, Victoria, his father, Theodore, was 22 and his mother, Matilda, was 14.
Hull-Jones-Edwards-Nicholls Family Tree PUBLIC MEMBER TREE 2 attached records, 5 sources photos
Name: George Albert Anderson (Russon)
Birth: 16 Jan 1880 - Australia
Death: 25 Sep 1934 - Coolgardie, Western Australia, Australia
Marriage: 17 Oct 1905 - Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia
Parents: Theodore Anderson, Matilda Mary Russon
Spouse: Florence Ada Connolly