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Charles joseph junior was born 1880 he lived with his parents till after 1914 Charles Joseph Chatterton (jnr), cooper, lived at 9 South Street, 1903; labourer, 9 South Street 1909, 19 Middle Street, 1914; 1924 Ascote vale Chatterton Charles joseph Senr. 9 south Street labourer Charles joseph Chatterton Married in 1910 to Florence louise Parker dau of Charles Mashma Parker
Charles joseph Chattrton jnr b.1880 d.14bed1947 | m.1910 | Florence louise Parker b.1882 d.29aug1943 Ascot Vale | |================================================= Charles leslie b.01dec1913 Ascot Vale, Melbourne Victoria d.16sep1987 Portalington, Greater Geelong, Victoria br.18sep1987 | m. | Mona Jenkin Crokett b.1911 d.24jun1968
Charles and Florence Louisa Chatterton 19 Middle Street, 1914: home duties, 53 Courtney Street, 1919; store keeper, 1924 Ascot Vale Chatterton chas. joseph, 37 Charles Street, Cooper, Chatterton Florence louise, 37 Charles Street, home duies
|THE EXAMINER, Saterday , 3rd March 1934|
|ROAD SMASH, Seven People Hurt, Three in Danger
In a collision involving a motor car, a motor truck, and a motor cycle in Racecourse-road, Flemington, near the Moonee Ponds Creek bridge at 7 a.m. to-day, seven persons were injured. Three of them were injured seriously and are on the danger list at the Melbourne Hospital.
The others were admitted also, but their injuries are not serious. A motor car travelling east struck a man who alighted from a motor truck, and in swerving in an attempt to avoid a collision with a motor cycle which passed westward at the instant, over turned and crashed on top of it. Those on the danger list are: Chatterton, Charles L.* (21). of Ascot Vale. fractured jaw and broken ribs: McKay, Stanley (29). butcher. of Coburg, fractured ribs and possible frac ture of the skull: Seld, Robert (16), of West Brunswick, head injuries and shock. The accident was the result of an extraordinury series of coincidences. The motor truck, in which Chatterton was a passenger, was stopped on the northern side of Racecourse-road to have its radiator refilled with water.
Chatterton stepped from his seat with a bucket just as Mr. Spriggs' car approached. Mr. Spriggs could not avoid striking him, and Chatterton was thrown about six feet into the air. The motor car immediately skidded, over turned, and crashed on top of the motor cycle, which was being ridden by McKay, and was carrying Seid in its sidecar. Both vehicles were crushed. Mr. Spriggs was pinned beneath his car, and the other occupants were thrown clear. McKay and Seid were entangled in the wreckage.
|THE AGE, Tuesday, 31st August 1943|
|CHATTERTON; On august 29, at 22 Morphett Avenue, Ascot Vale.
Florence Louisa, dearly beloved wife of Charles joseph, loved
mother of Evelyn (Mrs Uren), Leslie, Harold, Vernon, Eric and Keith,
loving grandmother of Margaret and Kevin.
|THE AGE, Friday 14th February 1947|
|CHATTERTON; - On February 13th at 24 Morphett Avenue, Ascote Vale,
Charles Joseph, husband of the late Florence Chatterton, and loving father of
Evelyn (Mrs. Uren), Leslie, Harold, Vernon,Eric, Keith.
Aged 66 years.
Charles joseph Chatterton (jnr.) Buried 14th February 1947 Fawner Memorial Park (about 3 miles north of Ascot Vale) Fawkner, Moreland city, Victoria au Plt; Presbyterian E, Grave 956
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