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Alice Florence DAWE (1890?- )

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Douglas Joseph Sasse

Alice Florence DAWE1 was born in 1890 (approx.) in England.2 Alice's father was George DAWE. He was a Shopkeeper selling music and pianos sometime before 1919 in Barking, Suffolk.3,4 Before 15 August 1918 Alice resided at 45 Wilmington Gardens in New Barking, London County. She was living there prior to her marriage.3 On 15 August 1918 she was an Assiatant Elementary school teacher .2,3 She married Douglas Joseph SASSE on 15 August 1918 at the Baptist Tabernacle Church, Linton Rd in Barking, Suffolk.3,5

on 29 January 1919 they lived at 13 East St in Barking.4,6

she migrated to Perth, Western Australia arriving between 1921 and 1924. She travelled with Douglas and their three children Douglas Jnr, Richard and Dennis.

Douglas and Alice SASSE had four children :

- Douglas George SASSE (1919 - 2002 b. England)

- Richard Joseph SASSE (1921 - 1986 b. England)

- Dennis John SASSE (1921 - 1984 b. England)

- Jean Mary SASSE (1924 - 1982 b. Subiaco WA). Jean married a man named EVANS

NB : Richard and Dennis were twins.7

Douglas and Alice Sasse seperated about 1925 and she returned to England with the four children while he remained in Australia.8

Alice died "Date Unknown" .

 

Douglas Joseph SASSE9,10 was the son of Richard Bourke SASSE (1866-1941) and Mary Ann TICKNER (1869-1944).

Citations

1{S0243}, Researcher : HENWOOD, Christine re SASSE. Custom Id: SUB005. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
2{S0199}, Internet : General. http://www.ozgenonline.com/~warwickmc/people/p000005j.htm#I7507. Cit. Date: 14 August 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3{S0480}, Military Record Search : SASSE, Douglas Joseph (0761) (http://www.naa.gov.au/). Military Marriage Certificate - Image 025. Cit. Date: 30 October 2011. Assessment: Primary evidence.
4{S0199}, Internet : General. http://www.ozgenonline.com/~warwickmc/people/p00000am.htm#I4872. Cit. Date: 14 August 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
5{S0243}, Researcher : HENWOOD, Christine re SASSE. Custom Id: SUB005. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: "Minister ; George E Mitchell, Baptist Minister"
6{S0480}, Military Record Search : SASSE, Douglas Joseph (0761) (http://www.naa.gov.au/). Certificate of Character - Image 018. Cit. Date: 30 October 2011. Assessment: Primary evidence.
7{S0255}, Researcher : EVANS, Colin re SASSE. Custom Id: SUB014. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
8{S0255}, Researcher : EVANS, Colin re SASSE. Custom Id: SUB014. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Researcher Colin EVANS says "Unfortunately I never met my Grandfather because I understand he and my Grandmother separated, possibly around 1925. .... they were married near London in 1918. After having three sons (including twins) in England they moved to Australia where my mother Jean Mary SASSE (later EVANS) was born in Subiaco W A in 1924 (although I can find no record of her birth anywhere on line). I was always led to believe that my Grandmother Alice came back to England when my mother was one year old and brought the three boys with her as well. Alice and the four children lived in England for the rest of their lives."
9{S0136} Compiled by Max LAIDLEY (1994), Book : "History of Edward TICKNER and Sarah TOWNER of East Guldeford, Sussex and Camden NSW". Page 65. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
10{S0199}, Internet : General. http://warwickmccall.tripod.com/people/p0000071.htm#I4871. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.

Compiler of this family history is : John Owen

              

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Updated : 23 Mar 2014