George Lawrence BARRATT

aka   Shagger

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  4976

Rank: Probationary Constable – appointed 21 January 1946

Sergeant 2nd Class – appointed 1 July 1967

Stations?, Paddington, No. 3 Division ( Darlinghurst ), 10 Division, Waverley – retirement

ServiceFrom  to  31 March 1980 = 34 years Service

World War II

Australian Imperial Force – Australian Army

Regiment?

Enlisted:                                                31 December 1942 in Strawberry, W.A.

Service #                                                NX156247   ( N33880 )

Rank:                                                      Gunner

Embarkation?

Next of kin:                                         Rowena BARRATT

Religion?

Single / Married?

Returned to Australia ?

Awards? – no find on It’s an Honour

Born:  1 April 1920 in Ouyen, Victoria

Died on:  Monday  25 April 2016

Cause?

Age:  96

Funeral date:  Friday  29 April 2016 @ 12.30pm

Funeral location: West Chapel, Woronora General Cemetery and Crematorium, 121 Linden Street, Sutherland

Buried at?

 Memorial at?

 

 

GEORGE is NOT mentioned on the Police Wall of Remembrance
* NOT JOB RELATED

 

 Funeral location


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George Lawrence BARRATT

Born on 1 April 1920
Passed away on 25 April 2016
Aged 96 years

https://www.heavenaddress.com/obituaries/funeral-notice/George-Lawrence-BARRATT/1459048/

 

BARRATT
George Lawrence

1st April 1920
25th April 2016

Retired NSW police officer. 40 years service to country and state.

Rest In Peace

Published in The Sydney Morning Herald on Apr. 27, 2016

http://tributes.smh.com.au/obituaries/smh-au/obituary.aspx?n=george-barratt&pid=179749678

George, who also served as a Gunner during WWII, was the 3rd child of Lester & Mary BARRATT.
May he forever Rest In Peace.
The Sydney Morning Herald    Thursday  18 December 1941   p 14
BARRATT – BATTEN -The engagement is announced of Miss Rowena Josephine only daughter Mrs E Batten and the late Mr W Mount Batten of Woollahra to Mr George Lawrence Barratt third son of Mr and Mrs Lester Barratt of Erin Street Wagga Wagga.
 George ‘Shagger’ Barratt is remembered by many Police who worked with him, as a ‘character’.  He is also remembered for the hand painted ex-sydney taxi that he used to drive.
May he forever Rest In Peace.
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