Harold Norman Poke

Born:May 23 1897 In:  Brighton, Hobart. Australia
Died:Mar 28 1946 (at age 48)In:  Private Hospital, Hobart. Tas
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Daisy May Poke (born Walters)
His wife
    

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Date: Mar 1946
Citation text:

 

 

 

First names :

Harold Norman 

 

 

Surname :

POKE 

 

 

Age :  

48 

 

 

Date of death :

 

 

 

Record no. :

1B 42584

 

 

Service type :

Burial

 

 

Service date :

30-Mar-1946

 

 

Last residence :  

SOUTH HOBART 

 

 

Grave location -

 

 

  Cemetery :

Cornelian Bay 

 

 

  Area or denomination :

Independent 

 

 

  Section :

PK 

 

 

  Site number :

Number 3,  

 

 

Confidence: Secondary evidence
Date: Mar 29 1946
Citation text:

POKE.-On March 28, 1946. at a private,

hospital. Hobart, Harold Norman, be- loved husband of Daisy M. Poke, of 14 Proctors Rd., loved son of Mary E.

Poke, of 74 Charles St.. Moonah, and the late H. G. Poke. late of Bridge-water, and loved brother of Corrie M.. and Raymond S. Poke. In his 49th year. Late ES and A Bank.

 

POKE.-Friends of the late Mr Harold

N. Poke are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, which will move from the funeral parlours of the undersigned on Saturday Morning (To- morrow), at 10 o'clock, for St. John's Church. New Town, where service will be held at 10.20, after which cortege will proceed to Cornelian Bay Ceme- tery, arriving at approximately 10.50.

CLARK BROS. AFDA.

WILLIAM J. CLARK Funeral Director,

Phone G177. 15-17 Argyle St.

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Citation text:

Harold Norman Poke
Gender: Male
Birth: Mar 23 1897 - Australia
Marriage: Spouse: Daisy Walters - Between 1916 and 1917 - Australia
Death: Mar 28 1946 - Australia
Wife: Daisy Poke (born Walters)

Confidence: Secondary evidence
Date: June 1 1932
Citation text:

POKE-WALT'ERS. - On February 20,

at St. John's Church, New Town, by Rev. C. Corvan, Harold Norman, eld- er son of Mrs. M. and the late H. G. Poke, Moonah (late of Bridgewater), to Daisy May, youngest daughter of Mrs. S. and the late J. D. Walters, of Sunderland Street, Derwent Park. At home, June 7 and 8, The Bungalow, cr. of Waverley Avenue and Ratho Street, off Augusta Road.

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