William Edward John Plunkett1
M, #11858, b. 18 August 1894, d. 12 December 1942
|Father||William Edward Plunkett1|
|Mother||Laura Mary Green1 b. c 1874, d. 6 Oct 1907|
|Relationship||2nd cousin 2 times removed of Keith Graham Bassett|
|Last Edited||20 Aug 2022|
|Birth*||18 August 1894||Redfern, NSW, Australia1|
|Death of Mother||6 October 1907||Newtown, NSW, Australia;Principal=Laura Mary Green2|
|Marriage*||2 November 1916||Redfern, NSW, Australia;Bride=Ellen Mary Rebecca Dunn3|
|Death*||12 December 1942||Orana Street, Orange, NSW, Australia;|
MR. WILLIAM E. PLUNKETT.
Mr. William E. Plunkett, a soldier of the Great War, died at his residence, Orana Street, on Saturday. He was 48 years of age. He enlisted at an early age and was present at the landing at Gallipoli. Mr. Plunkett was a railway employee, both at Bathurst, Orange and Hornsby, but for the past three years had lived at Orange. He leaves a widow and family of four, they being George, A.I.F. (prisoner of war), Mrs. Barnes Cooma), Betty and William (Orange). Two step-brothers, Walter (Botany) and Edward (Wentworthville), and one sister, Mrs. Dunne (Hornsby) also survive. His funeral left McGrath's parlors yesterday, interment being made in the Church of England portion of the Orange cemetery. The funeral was attended by a number of returned soldiers.4
|Ellen Mary Rebecca Dunn|
- [S1472] NSW Birth Indexes, 29192/1894 William E J Plunkett.
- [S1473] NSW Death Indexes, 14808/1907 Laura M Plunkett.
- [S1481] NSW Marriage Indexes, 13394/1916 William E J Plunkett & Ellen M R Dunn.
- [S1565] Trove digitised newspapers, online http://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/, The Leader, Monday, December 14, 1942.