1878 - 1930 (52 years)
||Albert Aaron Pattemore |
||24 Jan 1878
||Milton, NSW 
||17 Mar 1878
||St Peters & St Pauls Church of England, Milton 
|Like many in his family, Albert Aaron was a butcher. The Sands Directory for 1903 show him as A.A. Pattemore, butcher, Central Tilba. However, his occupation in 1913 was dairyman, and around 1916, he was a partner in "Pattemore and O'Connor", a carpentry business at Sandgate, QLD. |
The Queensland Government Gazette 1916 Volume VCI page 260 records:
"Notice is hereby given that the partnership hitherto subsisting between Albert Aaron Pattemore and John O'Connor, carrying on business as carpenters at Sandgate, in the State of Queensland under the name, style or firm of "Pattemore and O'Connor" has been dissolved as from the 5th day of January 1916. All debts due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid, respectively, by Albert Aaron Pattemore, who will continue to carry on business at Sandgate aforesaid. Dated 7th day of January 1916 Signed A.A. Pattemore, J. O'Connor. Witness Peter Lister. The 1919 Electoral Roll shows Albert and Jessie living at Alexander Street, Sandgate - he working as a carpenter.
In 1922, Albert and Jessie were living in Cooroy, QLD. By 1930 Albert was working as a butcher at Inglewood, Maranoa, with Athol Ray helping him as a shop assistant.
In 1929, Albert Aaron was elected to the Inglewood Hospital Committee (Brisbane Courier 17 Aug 1929 p24). Inglewood is situated on the Cunningham Highway, 92 kms east of Goondiwindi and 109 km west of Warwick, Queensland. In 1933, its population was 631.
||27 Sep 1930
||Goondiwindi Hospital, Goondiwindi, Queensland
- Mr Albert A. Pattemore, of Inglewood, died in the Goondiwindi Hospital on September 27 from the effects of a gunshot accident, aged 53 years. Mr Pattemore went to Kendon with Mr PG Johnstone on September 26, and, when taking a gun from the car in which they were travelling, the gun accidentally went off, shattering his shoulder and arm. Deceased leaves a widow and a family of six; Mrs T Dowling (Hawkwood), Mr Roy Pattemore, Mr Wallace Pattemore, Miss Jean Pattemore, Master Ken Pattemore, and Miss Ivy Pattemore.
The Brisbane Courier, Friday 3 October 1930, p17.
||Maleny Pioneers & Neighbouring Districts
||28 Jul 2012 |
||John Robert Pattemore, b. 7 Aug 1850, Merriott, Somerset, England , d. 10 Oct 1947, Maleny, Queensland (Age 97 years) |
||Emily Craddock Organ, d. 8 Sep 1938, Maleny, Queensland |
||Jessie Agnes Mercer |
||18 Jun 1902
||Moruya, NSW 
| ||1. Iris Jean Pattemore, b. 16 Jul 1914, Queensland , d. Mar 1975, Queensland (Age 60 years)|
| ||2. Ken Pattemore|
| ||3. Ivy Pattemore|
| ||4. Athol Ray Pattemore, b. 1904, Ballina, NSW , d. 14 May 1942, Nambour Hospital, Qld (Age 38 years)|
| ||5. Marjorie Doris or Doris Marjorie Pattemore, b. 1906, Casino, Nsw , d. 1907, Queensland (Age 1 years)|
| ||6. Leila Isobel Pattemore, b. 1909, Queensland |
|+||7. Wallace Claude Pattemore, b. 31 Jul 1911, Queensland , d. 1980, Queensland (Age 68 years)|
||28 Jul 2012 |
- [S78] Information kindly shared by Patricia McGufficke.