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New South Wales Police Force

Regd. # ?


Stations?, thought to have been stationed at Broken Hill

Service:  From  to  ?


Born? ? 1870

Died on?



Funeral date?

Funeral location?

Buried at?

 [alert_red]? is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance[/alert_red]  * BUT SHOULD BE

[alert_yellow]? is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance[/alert_yellow]  *NEED MORE INFO

[alert_green]? IS mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance[/alert_green ]

[alert_blue]? is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance[/alert_blue] * NOT JOB RELATED


 Funeral location:




Barrier Miner ( Broken Hill )       Thursday  11 February 1897       page 4 of 4

Two new policemen (probationers), Constables Robert D. Hoare and Alfred Gallard, arrived in Broken Hill this morning from Sydney as an addition to the local police force.


You have provided a bit more info than I currently have about Henry Chadban, who is my first cousin twice removed!

I have some others in my genealogy who were also reported to be NSW Policemen, though my quick search of your site did not bring them up. I’m wondering if you have come across them?

GALLARD, Alfred – b 1870 – thought to have been in the Police in Broken Hill
McBEATH, Norman – b c1802 – thought to have been in the Police in Mudgee abt 1881
MILLER, Harry Frank Turnbull – b1881 – thought to have been in the Police in Sydney after his stint in the Boer War
I would love to know if you have anything on these men!
Thank you, once again!

Megan Tilley

18 August 2015



There is an Alfred GALLARD buried in Field of Mars Cemetery, Cressy Rd, Ryde, NSW, who died on 22 September 1950, aged 80 in Portion Mth, Row Sec 2, Plot 149.

There is also Emily Jane GALLARD buried in the same plot who died on 27 March 1948, aged 80.

It is NOT KNOWN if these two people are the same people to whom this memorial page relates.




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