John Unwin or Union BENTLEY

Late of  ?

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. #  Q  3529

NSWPF – ‘Q’ represents those Police joining between 1862 ( commencement of NSWPF ) – 23 February 1915 ( Commencement of NSWPF current numbering system )

Rank:  Constable – appointed 21 July 1879

First Class Constable –

Senior Constable – appointed

Stations?, Ilford, Mundooran

ServiceFrom  21 July 1879  to  ? ? ? ? years Service

Awards:   ?

Born:   ? ? 1851 England

Died on:   ? ? ?

Age?

Cause:   ?

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 Memorial located at:   ?

John Unwin or Union BENTLEY

 


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

 

 

 Grave location TBA

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

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May they forever Rest In Peace

NSWBDM:     Death:   This is only “possibly” the correct person:   John U. BENTLEY,  Regd. #  2579/1901.
Father = Jeremiah
Mother = Ruth
District = Orange, NSW
No direct find for Marriages.
NSW Government Gazette     Monday  9 May1892      Page 3944    Diseased Animals & Meat Act, 1892
John Unwin BENTLEYFirst class ConstableIlford – Western District
Inspector of Slaughter houses
Police Department, Inspector General’s Office, Sydney, 14 May 1896
Inspector of Slaughter Houses
John U. BentleySenior ConstableMundooran – ( Coonamble & Dubbo Police District )
NSW State Archives & Records have John UNION Bentley – born 1851 in England – as having Registered # (Q) 3529.
Searching for this man, I kept coming across John UNWIN Bentley – born 1847.
Then, in the article from the NSW Government Gazette, dated 9 May 1892, there is a John UNWIN Bentley – First Class Cst.
It is “possible” that this is the one person.
The Death, in NSWBDM, shows the same family members, i.e., mother, father.
There is a death recorded in Orange Cemetery, NSW, of John Unwin Bentley – died in 1901 aged 53.
I am unable to find a photo of that grave but the above photo comes up on MyHeritage.com