Harry JENKINGS

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. # ?

Rank:  Senior Constable

Stations? possibly Vaucluse ( a SenCon Jenkings was there in Jan 1954 )

Service:  From pre 18 November 1938  to  ?

Awards?

Born?

Died on20 August 1959

Cause?

Age42

Funeral date?

Funeral location?

Buried at?


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

 

 

Erected in memory of Harry Jenkings, Senior Constable N.S.W. Police Force who by his gallant rescues and conduct as a policeman and citizen endeared himself to the people of the municipality of Woollahara. 1959. A.F. Ryan, Town Clerk. Alan Frost, Mayor

Erected in memory of Harry Jenkings, Senior Constable N.S.W. Police Force who by his gallant rescues and conduct as a policeman and citizen endeared himself to the people of the municipality of Woollahra. 1959. A.F. Ryan, Town Clerk. Alan Frost, Mayor

Located at the intersection of Marine Rd & Robertson Pce, Watsons Bay, NSW.

Monument is to the right of the pole and left of the long wall.

Monument is to the right of the pole and left of the long wall.

Lat: -33.84494732601713
Long: 151.28158624477464
Note: GPS Coordinates are exact.

exact location of monument:

 

The Catholic Press ( Sydney )                                     Thursday  24 November 1938                                page 15 of 44

Celebrates Entry Into Police Force.

To celebrate his entry into the Police Force, Mr. Harry Jenkings, of Oakley-road, Bondi, who was one of the batch sworn-in on Friday, 18th inst., was tendered a party on the following day ( Saturday 19th ), by a member of his friends.

Mrs. W. T. Jenkings, Harry ‘s mother, arranged an enjoyable evening’s programme, which included musical items, dancing and games, and songs were given by Mrs. Jenkings and Frank Jenkings.

Amongst those present were: Mrs.   E. Golby, Misses J. McCaskie, N. Gibson, B. Herrington, M. Paynter, M. Newman, N. Simpson, B. Simpson, M. Simpson, V. Cummins, P. Crowley, N. Golby, J. James, N. Josephs, M. Blocker, M. Nagel, J. Vidler, E. Griffin, P. Rice, J. Cusack, Y. Moore,  P. Dunkley, L. Palmer, Messrs. T. O ‘Halloran, K. Peoples, W. Jenkings, N. Peoples,  J. Jenkings, E. Chapman, F. McPhillips, A. Gillian, B. Gillian, C. Gillian, B. Walsh, J. Wesslink, V. Murphy, M. Crowley, D. Quinn, F. Horan, F. Delohery, J. Duggan, and Constable Dick McMahon.

http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/104365755?searchTerm=%27CONSTABLE%20harry%20jenkings%27&searchLimits=#pstart11681531

The Catholic Press ( Sydney )                                     Thursday  2 February 1939                               page 9 of 44

Engagement and Coming-of-age. The engagement was announced at her coming-of-age party on the evening of Wednesday, 1st inst., of Miss Noreen Simpson, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Simpson, of Bondi, to Mr. William Jenkings, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jenkings, also of Bondi. The celebration was held at the home of Mr. Jenkings.

Miss Simpson is a vice-president on the ladies’ social committees of the Bondi Amateur Swimming Club and the Bondi Surf Club, and Mr. Jenkings is social secretary of the latter organisation, so the engagement will be of special interest in surfing circles.

During supper Mr. A. McCarthy, after congratulating Miss Simpson on her coming of-age, proposed the toast of the engaged couple, and Mr. Jenkings responded. Mr. Harry Jenkings was M.C.

Amongst others present were Misses Beryl and Marge Simpson, Joan Egerton, Joan Cusack, Naney Lucas, M. Maxwell, Betty Wood, Jessie Couldwell, Phyllis Culbert, Norrie Harford, Doreen O’Meagher, Enid Moore; Messrs. Bill, Harry, Jack and Frank Jenkings, Eric Chapman, Carl Jeppesen, Harry Goldstein, Cedrie Culbert, Owen Doerner, Reg. Jones, Arthur McCarthy, Jack Morley, Lou Isaacs, W. Wildensehn, Mr. and Mrs. J. Culbert,. jun. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walsh, Mr.     and Mrs. Syd. Price, Mr. and Mrs. W. Newman, Mr. and Mrs. A. Smallwood, Mr. and Mrs. G. Simpson, Mesdames Lemmon,   McCarthy, Culbert. Mesdames Jenkings and Simpson were the hostesses.

http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/104366236/11681977?searchTerm=%22mrs%20W.%20T.%20JENKINGS%22#pstart11681977

The Catholic Press ( Sydney )                                     Thursday  18 April 1940                               page 18 of 41

Wedding at St. Anne’s. Bondi. On Saturday, 30th ult., a pretty wedding was celebrated in St. Anne’s, Bondi, between Miss Noreen Simpson, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Simpson, Bondi,  and Mr. William Jenkings, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jenkings, Bondi.

Rev. Father P. J. Frost officiated. The bride wore ivory satin, cut on princess lines. The bridesmaids were Misses Norrie Herford, Beryl Simpson and Joan Egerton, with Mr. H. Jenkings best man, and Messrs. Carl Jeppeson and O. Doerner, groomsmen, Mrs. W. T. Jenkings and Mr. John Jenkings sang ‘Ave Marias’ during the ceremony. The reception was held at ‘Kooba,’ Penkivil-street, where the bride’s mother, assisted by the mother of the groom, received the guests.

http://trove.nla.gov.au/ndp/del/article/106341493?searchTerm=%22mrs%20W.%20T.%20JENKINGS%22&searchLimits=sortby=dateAsc#pstart11683370

The Sydney Morning Herald

4 January 1960  p 3 of 11

 

The Sydney Morning Herald

2 May 1957  p 1 of 11

No other information can be found on this man, at this stage ( 17 March 2014 )

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