01 Frances Hicks – Isaac Whereat JP – References

  • 1868 – Birth of Frances Hicks
  • 1878-06-01 – Isaac Whereat toasting the judges at the Borders annual show at Stanthorpe
  • 1883-02-16 – Isaac Whereat proposed as Auditor for Tenterfield Council
  • 1888-05-30 – Isaac Whereat as Timber Merchant giving evidence in court on quality of sleepers – case between Railway and Cobb & Co
  • 1889-02-06 – Isaac Whereat elected as Alderman on Tenterfield Council
  • 1889-11-16moremore – Isaac Whereat appointed as Magistrate in Tenterfield
  • 1892-02-09 – Isaac Whereat elected as Alderman on Tenterfield Council
  • 1893-02-13 – Isaac Whereat elected as Alderman on Tenterfield Council
  • 1894-02-20 – Isaac Whereat elected as Mayor of Tenterfield Council
  • 1894-04-28 – article on Tenterfield town including Mayor Isaac Whereat property
  • 1894-06-12 – political meeting for MLA Mr C A Lee – with Mayor Isaac Whereat in the chair
  • 1894-06-20 – political meeting with Labour candidate John Coxall – with Mayor Isaac Whereat in the chair
  • 1894-09-25 – Isaac Whereat appointed to Local Land Board for Tenterfield
  • 1895-03-27 – Isaac Whereat appointed to School Board for Tenterfield
  • 1896-11-14 – Isaac Whereat appointed Coroner for Tenterfield and Colony generally
  • 1900  – Death of Isaac Whereat’s first wife Elizabeth Murdoch
  • 1901-03-05– Isaac Whereat at Railway Station to meet politicians
  • 1901-04-19– Isaac Whereat the Coroner & also supporting formation of football club
  • 1901-04-23 – Isaac Whereat JP at political meeting for C A Lee
  • 1901-05-14 – Isaac Whereat mentioned as member of Local Land Board
  • 1901-11-29 – Isaac Whereat gaining Auctioneer’s licence
  • 1902-08-02 – Isaac Whereat appointed to local old age pensions district board for Tenterfield
  • 1903-05-01 – Isaac Whereat member of Hospital Committee in Tenterfield
  • 1903-05-01 – Isaac Whereat member of School Board
  • 1903-05-26 – Isaac Whereat attending meeting with Federal politician
  • 1904-01-19– Isaac Whereat appointed as JP
  • 1904-01-22 – Isaac Whereat misses out on position on PAM Hospital Committee as his nominator was late to meeting – first time in over 40 years that a Whereat has not been on the Committee
  • 1904-05-28 – Isaac Whereat sworn in as JP for Tenterfield
  • 1904-09-09 – Isaac Whereat at meeting with State MP CA Cox
  • 1905-01-23 – Isaac Whereat at Cricket Match function
  • 1905-5-16  & 1905-05-19 Marriage of Frances Hicks and Isaac Whereat – a quiet wedding – his second after death of first wife Elizabeth
  • 1906-01-05 – Isaac Whereat lobbying for new hospital to replace existing older hospital – Deputation to Minister for Public Works
  • 1910-02-15 – Isaac Whereat speaking at function for departing Minister in Tenterfield
  • 1910-03-26 – Isaac Whereat at function for federal politician
  • 1910-11-25 – Isaac Whereat – auctioneer licence given for 1911
  • 1911-12-01 – Isaac Whereat – auctioneer licence given for 1912
  • 1912-12-28 – Isaac Whereat JP retires from his business
  • 1917-07-18, 1917-07-201917-07-23 1917-07-24 – Death of  New England identity Whereat – including Obituary
  • 1929-04-30 – Wedding of Isaac and Frances Whereat’s daughter Alice to John McLean of Randwick
  • 1939-09-08 – Death of Frances Whereat nee Hicks – widow of Isaac Whereat
  • 1939-09-01 – Obituary of Frances Whereat nee Hicks – widow of Isaac Whereat – last of Whereats in Tenterfield
  • 1993-07-22 – Death of Alice Emma McLean nee Whereat daughter of Isaac and Frances Whereat – buried at Warialda General Cemetery with husband John George Richard McLean
  • 2008 – Guide to Tenterfield includes historic house Salisbury Villa built by Isaac Whereat (husband of Frances Hicks)

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