William Everard ELLIOTT

William Everard ELLIOTT  – APM

aka  bill

New South Wales Police Force

[alert_yellow]Regd. #   5988[/alert_yellow]

Rank: Probationary Constable – appointed 19 January 1948

Sergeant 1st Class – appointed 1 September 1974

By January 1979 he had passed his Inspectors exam

Inspector – appointed 16 April 1979

Senior Inspector – appointed 29 December 1982

by 1989 he had left NSWPF

Stations?, “Mentioned in Government Gazettes on the dates mentioned”:-  Albury ( Constable 23 October 1953 ), Howlong ( Senior Constable 1963 ), Young ( Sgt 2/C 9 July 1972  1 December 1972  16 February 1973  29 April 1973   28 June 1974 ), Cowra ( Sgt 1/C 27 April 1975   6 August 1978   30 May 1979 ), Taree ( Manning River ) ( Insp 19 April 1981 )

ServiceFrom  ? ? pre January 1948  to  ? ? ? = ? years Service

AwardsNational Medal – granted 3 September 1985

Australian Police Medal  ( APM ) – granted 8 June 1987

Born:  Wednesday  7 September 1927

Died on:  Wednesday  7 May 2008


Age:  80

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Buried at:  Manning Great Lakes Memorial Gardens,  Lawn 2, Row G204

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 In loving memory of William E Elliott ( Bill ) " I shoud've " 7/9/1927 to 7/5/2008 ( 80 yrs ) Loving husband to Pauline Loving Father to Margaret, Susan, Bill, Debra Pate to 6 Grandchildren & 3 Great Grandchildren  Although we smile and seem carefree no one knows the loss but we, till memory fades and life departs he will live forever in our hearts. You have touched so many lives ; you are loved by us all  Loved his golf, 8 days a week.

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May you forever Rest In Peace


Southern Mail (Bowral, NSW : 1889 – 1954), Friday 23 October 1953, page 9


Most of the time of the sitting of Bowral Court of Petty Sessions last week was taken up in hearing evidence in cases in which Stanley Barnes and Robert William Stephenson, both of Welby, were separately charged on four counts of breaking, entering and stealing. The Magistrate, Mr. C. M. Finlay, S.M., committed both defendants for trial at Campbelltown Quarter Sessions.

Clive Stuart of no fixed abode, was sentenced to six months hard labour on a charge of forging a Commonwealth Savings Bank withdrawal form. He was ordered to pay £10 compensation to Wilhelmine McFarlane, agent for the Commonwealth Savings Bank at Mittagong.

Evidence was given by Const. William Everard Elliott of Albury relating to questions asked of defendant when a Commonwealth Savings Bank passbook was found when he was searched at Albury lockup in connection with another matter. Defendant, in answer to questions, said he had stolen a bank passbook from Frederick Forth of 17 Young Street, Croydon, who was travelling on a train from Mittagong. Defendant said he had withdrawn £10 from Forth’s account at the Mittagong agency on 22nd May.



Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 – 2001), Friday 7 June 1963 (No.52), page 1678

SHIRE OF HUME. — It is hereby notified that the Council, as the Local Authority within the meaning of the Cattle Slaughtering and Diseased Animals and Meat Act, 1902, has appointed Senior Constable William Everard Elliott as Inspector of Slaughter Houses for that part of Howlong Police Patrol within the Shire of Hume. A. H. NOWLAND, Shire Clerk, Hume Shire Council, Kiewa-street, Albury. 6th May, 1963. 2856—18s