NSW BDM Marriage Registration 6651/1894 (Reg. St. Peters)
Frederick Ernest Rose, estate agent, of South Parade, Auburn, died at St. Joseph's Hospital on Monday from the effects of injuries he received on Saturday, when he stepped from his motor car in front of another motor car in Parramatta road, Auburn.
The Biz (Fairfield, NSW)
Friday, 22 Dec 1933, Page 4.
MR. F. E. ROSE.
Mr. Frederick Ernest Rose, of Strathfield and Auburn, who died on Monday as the result of a motor car accident, was buried yesterday in the Methodist portion of the Rookwood Cemetery. A short service at St. Anne's Church of England, Strathfield, and a service at the grave-side were conducted by the Rev. W. G. Nisbet. Mr. Rose, who was 64 years of age, was a prominent figure in the public life of Auburn and Strathfield districts. He was a member of the Pioneers' Club; he had attained to the 18th degree in Masonry, and he was secretary of the parochial council, and also a church-warden of St. Anne's Church, Strathfield. Mr. Rose, who is survived by his widow, one son, and two daughters (a son was killed in France), was-a direct descendant of the Rose family, the first free settlers to come to New South Wales on the sailing ship Bellona, more than a century ago. He was a foundation member of the Willoughby, Chatswood, and Northern Suburbs Starr-Bowkett Society. For 30 years he was connected with the Australian Mutual Fire Insurance Society, and when he severed his connection with that society to start business for himself as a real estate agent at Auburn he had attained to the position of second in charge at the head office. He was born at Balmain, and educated at the Fort street School. The chief mourners were Mrs. Rose (widow), Mr. and Mrs E. D. Rose (son and daughter-in-law), Mrs. A. Dorman (daughter), Mr. and Mrs. J. McEwan (son-in-law and daughter), Miss A. E. Rose (sister), Messrs A. H., H. T., and E. E. Rose (brothers), E. E. Buttsworth, W. Rose (cousins). Miss E. Dorman (niece). Messrs. R. Paton, E. Egeers. H. Busch and O. Busch (nephews). Among others present were Messrs. H. O. S. Austin (representing Sir Kelso King). E. J. Thornley (representing the South British Insurance Society), A. Austin (representing the Mercantile Mutual Fire Insurance Company), J. Thurston (representing the Auburn District Hospital), H. Collins (representing "Bowling Life"), L. Dickson (representing the Clyde Engineering Company), E. S. Taylor (representing the directors of Sydney Building Construction. Ltd.), R. Durham .secretary, North Burwood U.A.P. Younger Set), Rex Cullen Ward, J. Hunter Stephenson, W. Singleton, L. Pogson, E. Edwards, P. Stephenson, D. McFayden, R. Harley, C. Waters, W. Carpenter, W. H. McDonald, E. Murray. Nightingale, G. Kelghery, C. G. Laffin. T. Bradburn, sen., T. Bradhurn. Jun., W. A. Dunkley, L. Dickson, F. C. Petrie, K. W. Gunn, H. Sheldon, P. W. Walton, Mrs, Lauret, and Mrs. J. L. Fenton.
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