Australian English Genealogy

Descendants of James Griffith Perram

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3. Charles Griffith Perram

ATTEMPTED BURGLARY AT CUDGEGONG -About 11 o'clock on the night of Monday 1st July, the house of Mr Charles Perram was broken into, by forcing open the front window. Mr Perram being from home, Mrs Perram was awoke by hearing a noise in the next room. On getting up and going into the room she saw a man in the act of crawling through the window on to the sofa. When he found he was foiled in his purpose he withdrew and made his escape. He is supposed to be a man who has been loitering about Cudgegong for some days - Western Post, July 6th
Source: The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser 9 Jly 1872


Ann Oldfield

MRS. ANN PERRAM.
One of the oldest and most lovable ladies of the district, in the person of Mrs. Ann Perram, relict of the late Charles Griffith Perram, died in a private hospital in Mudgee on Monday, at the great age of 86 years. Deceased, who resided at Cudgegong for the greater part of her long and useful life, won and held the affection of the whole countryside, and her memory will be cherished for all time. She reared a family of five sons and three daughters, most of whom are honored residents of the district, and to the bereaved ones the deepest sympathy will be extended. The funeral took place to the Church of England portion of the Cudgegong cemetery on Tuesday afternoon, the Rev. Canon Poole, of Rylstone, officiating. Mr. T. M. Perram, formerly head master of the Merriwa Public School, and now of Gulgong, is a son of the late Mrs. Perram.
Source: The Muswellbrook Chronicle 1 Aug 1939


26. Thomas Malcolm Perram

Headmaster - Merriwa Public School


30. Carl Allenmore Perram

Carl and Mary were divorced in 1930


Thomas Shanklin

Thomas' father, Holmes Shanklin, arrived on the Marquis of Hastings as a Bounty Immigrant. He was accidently killed by a rock fall.


51. Maude Perram

Weak heart after suffering rheumatic fever


56. Darcy John C Perram

The Heathcote Tragedy.
FURTHER PARTICULARS.
HEATHCOTE, Friday.— Yesterday afternoon Mr. Russell, coroner for the Wollongong district, visited the scene of the shooting fatality. As no doctor had attended, he issued his summons for one, and deferred the inquest till to-day. Mr. Perram, father of the youth who was shot, is a road contractor, and lives in a cottage on the east side of the Heathcote Railway Station. The Dunn family live close by. In Perram's cottage the deceased lay on a bed just as he was found, and the coroner directed that he should remain so until the doctor arrived. There is a big hole in the chest as if the cartridge had entered it bodily, showing that the deceased could not have been far away from the muzzle of the gun, and that the lads were facing one another. There are many wild rumors about, but of course the only one who really knows how it happened is the unfortunate lad Dunn, whose nerves are not yet sufficiently settled to give a rational explanation. The coroner arrived this forenoon to open an inquest.
Source: Evening News 1 Jly 1898

FATAL SHOOTING ACCIDENT.
SUTHERLAND, Wednesday.
A fatal shooting accident occurred at Heathcote this afternoon, a young man named Charles Perram being the victim. From particulars to hand it appears that Perram and another young man named Dunn went out for an afternoon's wallaby hunting, leaving home about 3 o'clock. They had not proceeded far when it was agreed that Perram should act wallaby, and Dunn pointing his gun the weapon immediately discharged, shooting Perram in the left breast. Very shortly afterwards he expired.
Source: The SMH 30 Jun 1898


Wilfred Leonard Dooley(Dewley)

Member of the Frederated Brick, Tile and Pottery Union


Margaret Barton

PERRAM— BARTON
A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the Methodist Church, Coledale, on Saturday, 7th. inst, when Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Barton, of Northcote street, Coledale, was married to James, second son of Mr. and Mrs Perram, of Tubrabucca, Cudgegong, The bride, who was given away by her father, looked charming in a frock of angel-skin lace and carried a bouquet of November lilies. The veil was kindly lent by Mrs. Gibson, of Newcastle. Miss Barton was attended by Misses Vera Perram and Mavis Smith, dressed in ice blue and dusty pink moss crepe, respectively and carrying bouquets of blue Chinese hydrangia and pink gladioli. The duties of best man were carried out by Mr. Len Barton, and those of groomsman by Mr. Cyril Kemp (uncle of the bride). After the ceremony the bride's mother, wearing floral crepe frock, with navy blue accessories, received the guests at her home in Northcote Street.. At the breakfast the toasts were given by Mr. Thompson (bride and bridegroom), Mr. Len Barton (bridesmaids), Mr. Cyril Kemp (bride's parents), Mr. Smith (bridegroom's parents). The happy couple left for their honeynjoon trip by the 8 p.m. train the bride wearing a frock of navy diagonal silk with ice blue trimmings and ice blue hat. They were given a hearty send off by their many friends. Their future home will be at Tubrabucca, Cudgegong. Mr. and Mrs. Perram were the recipients of many beautiful and costly presents.
Source: South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus 12 Dec 1935


10. LLewellyn Perram

MR. LLEWLLYN PERRAM
Mr. LLewllyn Perram, who had been in a critical state of health, passed away at his residence; Mullah-St., on Monday morning .(writes a Trangie correspondent.) Deceased was 58 years of age and a native of Rylstone. He came to the Trangie district some 30 years ago, and carried on various mail contracts throughout the district. He had practically been an invalid for the past few years, the result of an accident when his horses bolted with him, and left him unconscious for some time before he was discovered. He leaves a grown-up family of sons and daughters to mourn his loss, as well as' a loving and devoted wife. The sons are Percy, Walter and Horace; and the .daughters Ida (Mrs. G. Stewart), Eva (Mrs. D. Orr), and Minnie (Mrs.Fitzpatrick). The remains were laid to rest in the Church of England portion of the Trangie cemetery on Monday afternoon, Rev. K. D. Norman officiating at the graveside. The cortege was thoroughly representative of the town and district. Deceased was a brother of Mr. E. Perram, of Coonamble.
Source: Gilganda Weekly 19 Nov 1925


11. Alfred Harold Perram

Sudden Death.

A Westmead Resident..
About 8 o'clock on Monday morning, Mr. Alfred Harold Perram, widower, of Hassall-street, Westmead, was sitting on a chair on the back verandah of his residence reading a newspper, when he was seen by a son and daughter to give a slight jump and let the paper fall to the floor. They went to his assistance and found he had collapsed. Word was immediately sent to Dr. Daly, Parramatta, who immediately responded to the call. On arrival he pronounced life extinct, and after an examination was of the opinion that death had been caused by sudden heart failure. Deceased, who leaves a grown-up family, was 62 years of age. The funeral moved to the R.C. cemetery, Rookwood, on Tuesday, the arrangement being in the hands of R. Metclafe.
Source: The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate 2 Nov 1921


75. Emily C Perram

NORFORD-PERRAM.
St. Patrick's Church, Parramatta, was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Saturday, June 6, when Emily; youngest daughter of the late Mr. A. H. Perram, of Westmead, and Mr. Edward Norfolk, of Granville, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev. Father Green. The bride, who was given away by her brother, Mr. A. J. Perram, looked charming in a sheath gown of ivory crepe de chine, embroidered in crystal beads and pearls, with a side train heavily embroidered, and surmounted with a spray of Orange blossoms. The tulle veil (kindly lent by Mrs. Juett, of Parramatta) was held in place with a silver bandeau, and orange blossoms. The bride carried a sheaf of lilies. Tho bridesmaid. Miss D. Edstein wore a gown of apricot brocaded crepe de chine, with a head-dress of apricot tulle and silver trimming; she carried a basket of pale pink flowers, and wore a gold armlet, both being the gifts of the brldgroom, Mr. F. C. Perram was the best man. The reception was hold at McKays, where the bride's sister, Mrs. Lohan, gowned in navy crepe de chine, with black satin hat, and carrying a posy of violets, received the guests numbering about 60. The bride left for the honeymoon to Katoomba. In a frock of cinnamon crepe de chine, with black velvet hat, and wore a brown fur stole, the gift of the bridegroom.
Source: The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate 18 Jun 1925


Edward Norford

Edward's parents arrived as assisted immigrants - Malvina Vidal in 1853


82. Francis Carlyle Perram

PERRAM-EDSTEIN
On Easter Monday a quiet, but very pretty wedding was solemnised at Nuptial Mass, at Rydalmere R.C. Church, by Rev. Father Dempsey, on the occasion of the marriage of Miss Dorothy Edstein, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. D. Edstein, of  Parramatta, and Mr. Francis Perram , son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Perram of Westmead. The church was. prettily decorated by the bride's girl friends. During the signing of the register, Mr. Anderson impressively sang "Ave Maria." The bride, who was given away by her father, wore a beautiful crystal beaded tunic frock, mounted on-white satin, and her hand-embroidered cut. tulle veil (kindly lent by Mrs. G. Rigglesford, of Harris Park), fell from a coronet of orange blossom to form a train; and she carried a bouquet of pink frangipani and white cactus dahlias, with tulle and satin ribbon streamers. Miss Beryl Drury, as bridesmaid, was daintily and prettily frocked in blue crepe de chine. Her pretty headdress of blue tulle arranged as a cap was worn with a silver bandeau, and her bouquet of pink dahlias and cornflowers made a pleasing contrast to the color tonight of her frock. Mr. Stan Perram (bridegroom's, brother) was best man. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Latter Mr. and Mrs. Francis Perram left on their honeymoon trip, which was spent at Orange and the Jenolan Caves, the bride going away prettily frocked in pink crepe de chine, worn with a white felt hat, and fox fur. They will reside at Thirroul,.
Source: The Cumberland Argus and Fruitgrowers Advocate 4 May 1928