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David Howard Carroll (1886-1919)

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Life events
 
Birth 17 Sep 1886 • Prospect, South Australia, Australia1Jan Thomas (ed.), South Australian births, index of registrations 1842 to 1906, Adelaide, South … Continue reading
Married 12 Aug 1905 • Adelaide, South Australia, Australia2A.L. Cobiac (ed.), South Australian marriages, index of registrations 1842 to 1916, Adelaide, South … Continue reading
Died 7 Jun 1919 • Adelaide, South Australia, Australia3South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society and A. L. Cobiac, South Australian deaths: … Continue reading 4Anon., “Deaths”, The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA: 1867-1922), 9 June 1919 (5 … Continue reading
Buried 8 Jun 1919 • Adelaide, South Australia, Australia5Anon., “Funeral Notices”, The Mail (Adelaide, SA: 1912-1954), 7 June 1919, p. 1, c. 1, … Continue reading


Biography
 
David (known to his family as Harry) was the son of David Carroll (abt.1858-1930) and Elizabeth Gates (1862-1931). He was born on 17 September 1886 at Prospect.6Jan Thomas (ed.), South Australian births, index of registrations 1842 to 1906, Adelaide, South … Continue reading
 
On 12 August 1905, and just shy of his nineteenth birthday, he married Beryl May ‘Bo’ Watts (1882-1966) at the Registry Office in Adelaide.7A.L. Cobiac (ed.), South Australian marriages, index of registrations 1842 to 1916, Adelaide, South … Continue reading Their descendants are privacy-protected.
 
In 1909 Harry and Bo were living at 54 Whitmore Square in Adelaide.8Anon., “Funeral Notices”, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1889-1931), 6 October 1909, p. … Continue reading By 1919 they had moved to Melbourne Street in North Adelaide.9Anon., “Funeral Notices”, The Mail (Adelaide, SA: 1912-1954), 7 June 1919, p. 1, c. 1, … Continue reading
 
Harry and Bo had five children when he died at the age of 32 on 7 June 1919 at the Isolation Hospital.10South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society and A. L. Cobiac, South Australian deaths: … Continue reading 11Marie Larsen, “The Great Picnic: 100 years since the Spanish Flu in Adelaide”, The … Continue reading Without having viewed his death certificate it may be assumed he died of influenza (known at the time as the Spanish flu) given that the Isolation Hospital was created solely for the purpose of these patients. His death, however, was not publicised amongst the casualty lists from the hospital.12National Museum of Australia, “Defining moments: Influenza pandemic”, National Museum … Continue reading 13Anon., “Influenza”, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1889-1931), 9 June 1919, p. 8, c. 7, … Continue reading He was interred the following day at the West Terrace Cemetery.14Adelaide Cemeteries Authority, Records, http://www.aca.sa.gov.au/Records, accessed 24 June 2018. 15Anon., “Funeral Notices”, The Mail (Adelaide, SA: 1912-1954), 7 June 1919, p. 1, c. 1, … Continue reading
 
His widow, Bo, would go on to marry her brother-in-law Arthur Phillip Parmiter (1880-1971).
 
To be continued…16This is a work in progress. Citations and family links are being batch-added to profiles.


External links
 
David Howard Carroll at FamilySearch17The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, “David Howard Carroll”, FamilySearch, n.d., … Continue reading


References

↑ 1, 6. Jan Thomas (ed.), South Australian births, index of registrations 1842 to 1906, Adelaide, South Australia, South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, 1997, p.445.
↑ 2, 7. A.L. Cobiac (ed.), South Australian marriages, index of registrations 1842 to 1916, Adelaide, South Australia, South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, 2001, p.281.
↑ 3, 10. South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society and A. L. Cobiac, South Australian deaths: registrations 1916 to 1972, CD-ROM, Adelaide, South Australia, South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society and Hampton, Victoria, Macbeth Genealogical Services Pty Ltd, 2006.
↑ 4. Anon., “Deaths”, The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA: 1867-1922), 9 June 1919 (5 O’CLOCK EDITION), p. 2, c. 1, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article210594388, accessed 14 December 2019.
↑ 5, 9, 15. Anon., “Funeral Notices”, The Mail (Adelaide, SA: 1912-1954), 7 June 1919, p. 1, c. 1, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article63761497, accessed 14 December 2019.
↑ 8. Anon., “Funeral Notices”, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1889-1931), 6 October 1909, p. 2, c. 5, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5759990, accessed 14 December 2019.
↑ 11. Marie Larsen, “The Great Picnic: 100 years since the Spanish Flu in Adelaide”, The University of Adelaide, 10 July 2019, https://blogs.adelaide.edu.au/special-collections/2019/07/10/the-great-picnic-100-years-since-the-spanish-flu-in-adelaide/, accessed 24 December 2019.
↑ 12. National Museum of Australia, “Defining moments: Influenza pandemic”, National Museum Australia, https://www.nma.gov.au/defining-moments/resources/influenza-pandemic, accessed 24 December 2019.
↑ 13. Anon., “Influenza”, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1889-1931), 9 June 1919, p. 8, c. 7, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article5654938, accessed 24 December 2019.
↑ 14. Adelaide Cemeteries Authority, Records, http://www.aca.sa.gov.au/Records, accessed 24 June 2018.
↑ 16. This is a work in progress. Citations and family links are being batch-added to profiles.
↑ 17. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, “David Howard Carroll”, FamilySearch, n.d., updated 3 June 2020, https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/G9RY-YFR, accessed 3 June 2020.