A few postcards from a post card book of Egypt. Possibly sent to James by his brother, Henry when he was in Egypt as a stopover on his way to Gallipoli.
Methodist Church of Australasia correspondence with James Hague 1931.
Methodist Church of Australiasia, Gulgong Circuit
Methodist newsletter Minister Rev. J Hague 1930
After retiring as a Methodist minister in the 1930’s, my grandfather opened his own store at 237 Cabramatta Rd, Cabramatta NSW. It later became full of termites and several orders and quotes were issued by the bank due to the severity of damage.
James Hague, second from the right with unknown group possibly The Independent Order of Good Templars who were based on the Freemason style.
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 …
1964 graduation Grace & John Hague (son). John graduated from Law School.
John Hague at Brislington Private Hospital Gulgong 1936 Sept. Owned by Nurse Grace Slapp
Obituary James Hague (husband to Grace Slapp)
William Hague, James Hague’s brother
Service/reference number: 1340 Branch of Armed Forces or Service: Army / Flying Corps Unit/s: 3rd Australian Infantry Battalion Rank/s: Private Stretcher Bearer Age at enlistment World War 1: 19 Civil occupation: Skin buyer Cause of death: Die of illness/disease Gender: Male Height (approx): 6ft 1in Weight (approx): 175lbs/12.5 st Chest measurement (max): 36 Complexion: Fair …