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Name:Thomas CHRIMES
Birth: 1877 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Father:Henry CHRIMES Mother:Catherine RYAN
Spouse:Annie CAIN
Marriage:1902 Victoria, Australia
Children:Norman Thomas, Dorothy Isobelle, Ivy May, Elsie Esther, Thomas George Ernest, Alan John
Residence:1906 138 Farrell St., Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Residence:1908 197 Albert St., Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Residence:1912 210 Albert St., Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Residence:1924 210 Albert St., Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Residence:1925 208 Albert St., Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Residence:1926 208 Albert St., Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Residence:1931 66 Derham St., Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Residence:1954 66 Derham St., Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Occupation:1906 Hawker
Occupation:1908 Hawker
Occupation:1912 Hawker
Occupation:1924 Hawker
Occupation:1925 Hawker
Occupation:1926 Hawker
Occupation:1931 Hawker
Occupation:1954 Hawker
Death:8 Dec 1959 Port Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Burial:Dec 1959 Melbourne General Cemetery, Parkville, Victoria, Australia
Country of last known residence:Australia Branch:Crowton
From The Argos, Melbourne 17 August 1938: "HORSE KILLED his horse was killed instantly by a fallen wire carrying electric current, Tom Chrimes, groundsman at the Sand- ridge Golf Club, escaped uninjured yesterday. Chrimes was driving the horse, which was drawing a grass-mower through the back yard of the clubhouse, in Ingles street, Port Melbourne, when the accident occurred. Chrimes saw the horse buck violently, and as he jumped from the mower the horse fell dead. The wire was tangled around its neck."