William Blake LEONARD
Late of Albury, NSW
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Brother to Lawrence Blake LEONARD – NSWPF # ‘Q‘ 6949
Brother to Joseph Blake LEONARD – QldPol # ???
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # ‘Q‘ 5928
Final Rank = Constable 1st Class
Stations: ?, Moulamein, Broken Hill, Torrowangee, Albury
1st Class Constable – of ‘Round Hill’ – acting forester at Broken Hill ( 10 Feb 1897 ) & Slaughter Houses ( 21 Feb 1896 )
Constable – acting forester at Thackaringa ( 16 Apr 1898 )
1st Class Constable – Registrar of Small Debts Court at Torrowangee ( 9 Dec 1898 )
Constable – Torrowangee Police Station ( Broken Hill ) ( 9 Dec 1898 & 22 Jun 1900 )
William B. LEONARD – Albury Police – ( Shearers’ Accommodation Act ) ( 6 May 1902 )
Service: From 21 January 1890 to 26 June 1903 = 13+ years Service
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Born: 9 November 1865, ‘Jerrara’, Bungonia, NSW
Died on: Friday 26 June 1903
Event location: Albury Hospital, NSW
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Constable William Leonard, brother of Constable J. B. Leonard, of Enngonia, died on Friday last at the Hospital, Albury, from pueumonia. Deceased was a married man and about 37 years of age. Very general sympathy is extended to both Mr and Mrs Leonard, who have each lost a brother within a few days, and also to the young widow and remainder of the family.
Many friends will regret the passing of Mr. Joseph Blake Leonard, who was a retired Sergeant of Police, death taking place in Brisbane on Monday last. The late Mr. Leonard spent many years in Mackay, and after serving a short period in the North, went to Gayndah. After his retirement Mr. and Mrs. Leonard built a home at Ashgrove, where Mrs. Leonard died in 1938. Their son, Blake, survives them.
Mother: Catherine BLAKE Father: James LEONARD