Llewellyn James Motherwell SINGLETON
Late of Albury
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # ‘Q‘ 6436
For the purposes of this website ‘Q‘ represents those Police joining between 1 March 1862 ( commencement of NSWPF ) – 23 February 1915 ( Commencement of NSWPF current numbering system )
Rank: Probationary Constable – appointed 9 July 1892
Final Rank = Superintendent
Stations: ?, Nymagee, Albury Mounted Police,
Service: From 9 July 1892 to ? ? ? = ? years Service
Born: ? ? 1871, Albury, NSW
Died on: Monday 24 February 19
Cause: Heart disease
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Buried at: Waverley Cemetery,
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Funeral location: TBA
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Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 – 1954), Wednesday 17 January 1912, page 3
GREEN – SINGLETON.
A very quiet wedding was celebrated on Monday evening at St. John’s Church, Darlinghurst, the contracting parties being Mr. T. H. Green and Miss Estella Overina Jones Singleton, third daughter of the late Superintendent James Singleton, of Albury, and Mrs. Singleton, of Combooah, Darlinghurst.
The bride wore a pretty cream silk frock, showing a lace tunic, and a picture hat, and was given away by her brother, Mr. Llewellyn Singleton.
Her sister, Miss G. Singleton, acted as maid of honor, and Mr. John Singleton Ross ( cousin ) was the best man.
Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW : 1883 – 1930), Saturday 19 December 1896, page 14
PUBLIC SERVICE GAZETTE.
The following notifications were contained in a special “Gazette” issued under the Public Service Act:—
Robert Hughes to be clerk of petty sessions and registrar of the District Court at Hillston; First-class Constable Llewellyn James M. Singleton to act as cleric of petty sessions at Nymagee; Constable Stephen Joyce to be acting-gaoler at Wellington Gaol, and his wife, Ellen Joyce, to be acting-matron at the same gaol; Joseph Henry Powell to be bailiff of the warden’s court at Wagga Wagga ; George Pulton Smyth King to he crown land agent for the metropolitan land district; Andrew Wilson, as caretaker of the bridge over the Murray River at Swan-hill; ………