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Annie Gertrude Parmiter Ladhams (1884-1934)

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Born 22 Oct 1884 • Annandale, New South Wales, Australia1Anon., “Births”, Evening News (Sydney, NSW: 1869 – 1931), 24 October 1884, p. 2, ...continue 26”Births Search”, database, Birth entry for Annie Gertrude Parmiter, 1884, Glebe, New ...continue
Married 17 Aug 1908 • Adelaide, South Australia, Australia2South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, South Australian marriages: registrations 1842 to ...continue
Died 17 Jan 1934 • Eastwood, South Australia, Australia3Death Certificate of Annie Gertrude Ladhams, 17 January 1934, Registrar of Births Deaths and ...continue4Anon., “Deaths”, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1931-1954), 18 January 1934, p. 8, c. 2, ...continue
Buried 18 Jan 1934 • Dudley Park, South Australia, Australia 5Anon., “Funeral Notices”, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1931-1954), 18 January 1934, p. ...continue
 
 
Annie was the daughter of Arthur Parmiter and Eliza Cooper. Annie was born at 22 Nelson Street Annandale on 22 October 1884. 6Anon., “Births”, Evening News (Sydney, NSW: 1869 – 1931), 24 October 1884, p. 2, ...continue 7”Births Search”, database, Birth entry for Annie Gertrude Parmiter, 1884, Glebe, New ...continue
 
Annie spent her early years in Sydney. She was recorded on the 1891 census as a numbered female living with her family on the High Street in the suburb of Hurstville. 8Only the collector’s books remain from the original records. The head of the household is named ...continue 9 “Australia, New South Wales, Census, 1891”, digital image, Arthur Parmiter, Canterbury ...continue By mid 1892 Annie and her family had relocated to South Australia. 10Anon., “No. 24. List of letters returned from the country, and now lying at this office ...continue By 1894 they were living at Elizabeth Street Eastwood. 11Jan Thomas (ed.), South Australian births, index of registrations 1842 to 1906, Adelaide, South ...continue 12Death Certificate of William Patrick Parmiter, 6 January 1895, Registrar of Births Deaths and ...continue By 1901 Annie and her family were living at 5 Selby Street Adelaide. 13Anon., “1901 ‘Patents'”, Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales ...continue
 
On 20 December 1904, at the age of 20, Annie was admitted to the Adelaide Hospital suffering from Phthisis. 14John Frith, “History of Tuberculosis. Part 1 – Phthisis, consumption and the White ...continue 15John Frith, “History of Tuberculosis. Part 2 – the Sanatoria and the Discoveries of the ...continue She would spend Christmas as an inpatient and a total of eighteen days being treated before being discharged on 7 January 1905. Her admission record lists her residence as Selby Street, her occupation a servant and her religion Roman Catholic. 16Government of South Australia, “Hospital admission registers, Admission registers – ...continue
 
On 17 August 1908, at the age of 23, Annie married Walter Cyril Ladhams (1886-1972) at her home in Selby Street. 17South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, South Australian marriages: registrations 1842 to ...continue Their descendants are privacy-protected.
 
By 1919, Annie and Charles were living at 2 California Street, Nailsworth. 18Anon., “Deaths”, The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA: 1867 – 1922), 9 July ...continue 19Anon., “Deaths”, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1931-1954), 18 January 1934, p. 8, c. 2, ...continue
 
Annie died at the Parkside Mental Hospital on 17 January 1934 at the age of 49.20Death Certificate of Annie Gertrude Ladhams, 17 January 1934, Registrar of Births Deaths and ...continue 21Anon., “Deaths”, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1931-1954), 18 January 1934, p. 8, c. 2, ...continue 22Gary George, “Parkside Mental Hospital (1913 – 1967)”, Find & Connect, 15 ...continue Her cause of death was recorded as Pneumonia in both lungs with abscess formation in right lung and chronic purulent frontal Sinusitis. This was probably from the tuberculosis she contracted in 1904. 23Government of South Australia, “Hospital admission registers, Admission registers – ...continue She was interred the following day at Dudley Park Cemetery  24Anon., “Funeral Notices”, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1931-1954), 18 January 1934, p. ...continue
 
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1, 6. Anon., “Births”, Evening News (Sydney, NSW: 1869 – 1931), 24 October 1884, p. 2, c. 2, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article107277040, accessed 24 December 2019.
2, 17. South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, South Australian marriages: registrations 1842 to 1916, CD-ROM, Adelaide, South Australia, South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society and Hampton, Victoria, Macbeth Genealogical Services Pty Ltd, 2001.
3, 20. Death Certificate of Annie Gertrude Ladhams, 17 January 1934, Registrar of Births Deaths and Marriages, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, District of Norwood, 555/404, microfilm, South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, accessed 2001.
4, 19, 21. Anon., “Deaths”, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1931-1954), 18 January 1934, p. 8, c. 2, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article36471676, accessed 28 December 2019.
5, 24. Anon., “Funeral Notices”, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA: 1931-1954), 18 January 1934, p. 4, c. 5, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-page2887740 , accessed 28 December 2019.
7, 26. ”Births Search”, database, Birth entry for Annie Gertrude Parmiter, 1884, Glebe, New South Wales, Australia, 7661/1884, NSW Registry of Births Deaths & Marriages, (https://familyhistory.bdm.nsw.gov.au/lifelink/familyhistory/search/births?1, accessed 29 December 2019.
8. Only the collector’s books remain from the original records. The head of the household is named and the address recorded but the other occupants are only counted by their sex: ”1891 New South Wales, Australia Census”, digital image, Household of Arthur Parmiter, Canterbury & Hurstville, Cumberland, New South Wales, Australia, Series: NRS 683; Book: 1; Item: [2/8428]; Roll: 2542, Line: 22, State Records Authority of New South Wales. Kingswood, New South Wales, Australia, Ancestry, https://www.ancestry.com.au/search/collections/1733/, accessed 31 August 2017.
9. “Australia, New South Wales, Census, 1891”, digital image, Arthur Parmiter, Canterbury and Hurstville, New South Wales, Australia, Household ID 22, FHL microfilm 930,426, Line 22, State Library of New South Wales, Sydney, FamilySearch, https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QKKQ-X98K, accessed 28 December 2019.
10. Anon., “No. 24. List of letters returned from the country, and now lying at this office unclaimed”, New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW: 1832 – 1900), 21 September 1892, p. 7690, c. 1, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article222205260, accessed 30 December 2019.
11. Jan Thomas (ed.), South Australian births, index of registrations 1842 to 1906, Adelaide, South Australia, South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, 1997, p.278.
12. Death Certificate of William Patrick Parmiter, 6 January 1895, Registrar of Births Deaths and Marriages, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, District of Norwood, 224/109, microfilm, South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, accessed 2001.
13. Anon., “1901 ‘Patents'”, Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW: 1901 – 2001), 2 July 1901, p. 5217, c. 2, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article222066117, accessed 30 December 2019.
14. John Frith, “History of Tuberculosis. Part 1 – Phthisis, consumption and the White Plague”, Journal of Military and Veterans’ Health, vol. 22, iss. 2, 2014, pp.29-35, https://jmvh.org/article/history-of-tuberculosis-part-1-phthisis-consumption-and-the-white-plague/, accessed 29 December 2019.
15. John Frith, “History of Tuberculosis. Part 2 – the Sanatoria and the Discoveries of the Tubercle Bacillus”, Journal of Military and Veterans’ Health, vol. 22, iss. 2, 2014, pp.36-41, https://jmvh.org/article/history-of-tuberculosis-part-2-the-sanatoria-and-the-discoveries-of-the-tubercle-bacillus/, accessed 29 December 2019.
16, 23. Government of South Australia, “Hospital admission registers, Admission registers – Adelaide Hospital, later Royal Adelaide Hospital 1840 – 1911”, State Records of South Australia, https://www.archives.sa.gov.au/content/hospital-admission-registers, transcription of original record held by SRSA (with supplemental information not included in online database) by South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, accessed 2001.
18. Anon., “Deaths”, The Express and Telegraph (Adelaide, SA: 1867 – 1922), 9 July 1919, p. 2, c. 1, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article210596274, accessed 28 December 2019.
22. Gary George, “Parkside Mental Hospital (1913 – 1967)”, Find & Connect, 15 April 2014, https://www.findandconnect.gov.au/ref/sa/biogs/SE01281b.htm, accessed 29 December 2019.
25. This is a work in progress. Citations and family links are being batch-added to profiles.