Byron Edrick James SMITH

Byron Edrick James SMITH

AKA ” Bill Clifford “

Late of  ?

NSW Penrith Police Academy Class #  “possibly” 016

but 016 allegedly Attested on 16 Dec 1949Class 017 Attested on 16 March 1950

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  6601

Rank:  Probationary Constable – appointed 16 January 1950

Senior Constable – appointed 20 August 1962 ( 7mths Seniority loss )

Does NOT appear in the 1979 Stud Book

 

Final Rank = ?

Stations?

Service:  From ? ? pre Jan 1950?  to ? ? ?? years Service

Awards: No Find on Australian Honours

Born: Monday  28 February 1921

Died on: Thursday  7 November 2019

Age: 98yrs  8mths  10days

Cause: ?

Event location: ?

Event date: ?

Funeral date: Friday  15 November 2019 @ 11am

Funeral location: Anglican Church, Gosford ( adjacent to the Police Stn )

Wake location: ?

Funeral Parlour: ?

Buried at: Wamberal Cemetery, Ulamba Ave, Wamberal, NSW

Memorial located at: ?

Byron Edrick James SMITH
Byron Edrick James SMITH Photos by Udo Starkis
Byron Edrick James SMITH Photos by Udo Starkis
Byron Edrick James SMITH Photos by Udo Starkis

 

BYRON is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance  *NEED MORE INFO


FURTHER INFORMATION IS NEEDED ABOUT THIS PERSON, THEIR LIFE, THEIR CAREER AND THEIR DEATH.

PLEASE SEND PHOTOS AND INFORMATION TO Cal


May they forever Rest In Peace


 

Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 – 1954),

Tuesday 3 August 1954, page 6

Sailor Faces Three Charges

Brian Cotter, 26, sailor, of the H.M.A.S. Sydney, was charged in Central Court of Petty Sessions yesterday with having assaulted Constable Byron Smith on Sunday.

He also was charged with having behaved in an offensive manner, and used indecent language in Darlinghurst Road on the same day.

The Police Prosecutor, Sergeant R. D. Martin, told the Court police were not sure of the extent of the constable’s injuries, and a further charge might be preferred.

Mr. A. S. Tuncheon remanded Cotter on all charges to August 16, and allowed bail of £20.

03 Aug 1954 – Sailor Faces Three Charges – Trove


 

Singleton Argus (NSW : 1880 – 1954),

Wednesday 6 May 1953, page 3

Branxton Sport Parade

( By “The Old Sideliner” )

Former middleweight boxing champion of the Northern coalfield, Byron Smith, paid a brief visit to Branxton at the week-end. Known better under his nom-de-ring of “Bill Clifford”, Byron is now a member of the metropolitan police force.

06 May 1953 – Branxton Sport Parade – Trove

 

 

 

 

At the time of publishing – nothing further, than what is recorded above, could be found on this man, his life or career.

 

Cal

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