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William Henry BRAYNE


William Henry BRAYNE

New South Wales Police Force

Regd. # ?


Stations:  Double Bay

Awards:  ?

Service:  From  ?   to  ?

Born:  1873? – 1874?, Brighton, England

Died  Thursday  8 August 1940 at Gloucester House

Age:  66

Cause: ?

Funeral date:  Friday  9 August 1940

Funeral location:  T. J. Andrews Funeral Chapel, 25 Enmore Rd, Newtown

Grave location:  Methodist Cemetery, Rookwood


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brother to Sergeant George BRAYNE – deceased 5 November 1906, aged 56

brother to Inspector Charles William BRAYNE – deceased 22 December 1922, aged 75


The Sydney Morning Herald                          Friday  9 August 1940                    page 6 of 12

BRAYNE – August 8 1940 at Gloucester House.  William Henry loved husband of Gentilla Brayne and father of C W Brayne. aged 66 years.


BRAYNE.- The relatives and Friends of the late WILLIAM HENRY BRAYNE Late Police Sergeant, Fivedock, are invited to attend his funeral to leave T. J. Andrews’s Funeral Chapel, 25 Enmore Road, Newtown, THIS DAY, at 3.30 p.m., for Methodist Cemetery, Rookwood.


21-25 Enmore Rd

Phones: L2373. etc. Newtown.


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