Also known as: Bessie, née Williams
Died: 10 June 1969Additional Information:
Petrick, Jose. (2010, November). The History of Alice Springs through Landmarks & Street Names. St Marys, South Australia: Openbook Howden Design and Print. p. 16.
Ernest Allchurch – Postmaster, Alice Springs Telegraph Station
Allchurch married Miss Elizabeth Williams, who was staying with her sister, Mrs Charles Meyers (Meyers Hill). The wedding took place at Hermannsburg Mission in 1905.
Image - From left to right, back, Jim Rodda (cook), Doris Bradshaw, Leslie B. Spicer, W.F. Wilson, Mortimer Bradshaw, Arthur Kunoth, Harry Kunoth, children, Donnell Bradshaw, Jack Bradshaw, Constance Bradshaw, front, Mrs J. Rodda, Charles Lamshed, Thomas A. Bradshaw, Edna Bradshaw, Atlanta Hope Bradshaw and Alan Bradshaw, Ernest Allchurch, Bessie Allchurch and Jessie.
Residents and Staff of Alice Springs Telegraph Station, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 10 May 1908.
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Image - Cottage built on telegraph station for Ernest Allchurch and his wife when they were married at Hermannsburg, 1905, left to right, Peter (private secretary and water carrier), Mary Anne ( ladies help), and their daughter Eadie, Mrs Bessie Allchurch and Ernest Allchurch.
Allchurch's Residence, Alice Springs Telegraph Station, Alice Springs, Northern Territory, 7 March 1906.
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