Austin John MULLER

aka  John

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #   9537?

Rank:  Constable

Stations?, Stroud, Gloucester – Death

ServiceFrom  18 September 1912  to  31 January 1913 = 4+ months Service

Awards? No find on It’s An Honour

Born:  4 February 1890 – “Allandale”, near Gunning, NSW

Died on:   Friday  31 January 1913

Place of death:   Manning River District Hospital, Taree

CauseEnteric Fever

Length of illness:  5 weeks

Age:  22 – 4 days before his 23rd birthday ( Not married )

Funeral date:  1 February 1913

Austin John MULLER – Death Cert.

Funeral location?

Buried at:  Dawson River Cemetery ( known at Taree General, Off Landsdown Rd, Taree, NSW

Anglican Section,  Row 14 / 4

 Memorial at:  St Edmunds Church of England, Gunning, NSW
Gift of Bishops Chair to St Edmunds Church of England, Gunning NSW by his mother Rose

Died Taree January 21st 1913 Aged 23 years They will be done In >>>>> >> memory of Constable Austin John MULLER


AUSTIN is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance
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 Funeral location ?

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Select Service No Surname First Name DOB Native Of Date Appointed  Reel Item Remarks
9537 MULLER Austin John 1890 New South Wales 18 Sep 1912 3043 [8/3253]
Birth Certificate:<br /> 1890<br /> 4 February<br /> Allendale near Gunning<br /> Austin John<br /> Male<br /> Father: Augustine Frederick<br /> Louis Muller<br /> Farmer<br /> 29 years<br /> Bungonia, NSW<br /> Married:<br /> 1881<br /> May 24<br /> Gunning<br /> 2 males ?<br /> 2 females ?<br /> Mother:<br /> Rose Phyllis<br /> WHEELDON<br /> 26 years<br /> Penrith, NSW<br /> Informant:<br /> August Frederick &amp; Lo? Muller<br /> Parkes?<br /> Gunning<br /> Registered<br /> 25 February 1890<br /> Gunning

NSW Birth Certificate

 

Memorial at: St Edmunds Church of England, Gunning, NSW<br /> Gift of Bishops Chair to St Edmunds Church of England, Gunning NSW by his mother Rose Muller.<br /> Inscription:<br /> To the Glory of God<br /> In memory on<br /> Constable John MULLEN<br /> Given by his mother

Memorial at: St Edmunds Church of England, Gunning, NSW
Gift of Bishops Chair to St Edmunds Church of England, Gunning NSW by his mother Rose Muller.
Inscription:
To the Glory of God
In memory on
Constable John MULLEN
Given by his mother

 

Memorial at: St Edmunds Church of England, Gunning, NSW<br /> Gift of Bishops Chair to St Edmunds Church of England, Gunning NSW by his mother Rose Muller.<br /> Inscription:<br /> To the Glory of God<br /> In memory on<br /> Constable John MULLEN<br /> Given by his mother

Memorial at: St Edmunds Church of England, Gunning, NSW
Gift of Bishops Chair to St Edmunds Church of England, Gunning NSW by his mother Rose

 

Goulburn Evening Penny Post Tuesday 4 February 1913<br /> GUNNING<br /> ( From Our Correspondent. )<br /> I regret to report the sad death of John Muller, second youngest son of mr. and Mrs. A. F. L. Muller, of Allandale, near Gunning.<br /> The young fellow, who was within a day or two of being 23 years of age, had only quite recently left his home to join the police in Sydney, and from there was sent to Stroud, thence to Gloucester. Word was later on received that he was ill with typhoid fever in the Taree Hospital, where he died on Friday last. His mother was with him during the greater part of his illness, and with one of his sisters saw him pass away. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved family.

Death Notice: Goulburn Evening Penny Post Tuesday 4 February 1913
GUNNING
( From Our Correspondent. )
I regret to report the sad death of John Muller, second youngest son of mr. and Mrs. A. F. L. Muller, of Allandale, near Gunning.
The young fellow, who was within a day or two of being 23 years of age, had only quite recently left his home to join the police in Sydney, and from there was sent to Stroud, thence to Gloucester. Word was later on received that he was ill with typhoid fever in the Taree Hospital, where he died on Friday last. His mother was with him during the greater part of his illness, and with one of his sisters saw him pass away. Much sympathy is felt for the bereaved family.

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