Frederick Sear Willis
MOTOR STRUCK A TREE.
FARMER KILLED; THREE PERSONS INJURED. SYDNEY, Friday.
In a motoring accident on the Glen Alice road, near Rylestone, yesterday, Mr. Frederick Willis, a farmer at Mount Marsden, was killed and three others were injured. Mr. Willis and his two grand daughters and two grandsons were motoring to the races at Glen Alice; and as the motor car was passing a stationary wagon, it swerved and struck a tree, Mr. Willis, who was aged 64 years, was thrown against the tree, and his neck was broken. The Misses Willis (2) and the younger grandson were severely injured. The other grandson, who was driving, escaped injury.
Source: The Register (Adelaide, SA) 3 Jan 1925
127. Robert William Cafe
1920 Licensee of the Exchange Hotel, West Maitland.