Written on the back; ” This is supposed to be a fishing party. Yours truly was gawk enough to be in it. Can you recognise him. Kimber snapped it but made a hash of it as you will observe, thus no fish caught – other things occupying the minds of several individuals concerned.”
House site is the corner of Kamilaroi St & Minyago St, Blackheath. Was though to be lost to fire recently.
James Hague, second from the right with unknown group possibly The Independent Order of Good Templars who were based on the Freemason style.
Location the same as a Joseph Weatherly photo.
Letter, hand written by Grace Hague intended to be sent to Bob Slapp 1966 regrading the beginning of the Slapp Family Tree research. This copy was given to us from John Hague, and he says. ….”As it is unfinished, she may never have sent it.” 25 Nelson Street, Concord NSW Oct 23rd ‘66 Dear …
Brislington House was built for Mr. Edward (Ted) Stott in 1899, by bricklayer and builder Mr. Alex Wildman. Ted Stott married Margaret McMillan in 1900. They occupied Brislington until 1930. Mrs. Stott was a midwife and used the house as a Hospital but was not registered as a Private Hospital ~ In 1930 Ted Stott …
1892 – Grace Isabell Slapp Grace being the youngest daughter, born 23 November 1892, at Pleasant Valley, Mudgee Road Ilford NSW, grew up on the farm known as ‘Pleasant Valley’, Cunningham’s Creek, Ilford, NSW, just had all her sisters and brothers had done so prior to her. Her Eldest sister, Clara born 1874 was 18 …
1927 – Grace Slapp crn William & Collage St Sydney (Australian Museumn background)
1985 Oct. Brislington Private hospital, Gulgong owned by Nurse Slapp.
1964 graduation Grace & John Hague (son). John graduated from Law School.
1953 Grace Hague (nee Slapp) feeding the cat Popey