Hilmer Clyde Cato

#327, b. 9 November 1898, d. 19 September 1899

Individual's Timeline

Birth9 November 1898Hilmer Clyde Cato1
Death19 September 1899Hilmer Clyde Cato2

Primary events

Secondary circumstances

  • Anecdote: I am pretty sure that the Rev. Cato is a son of Hilmer - someTe Kuiti boys who were in the Islands during the war met him and knew about me. He told the boys I came of a very devout family - too bad.5

Commemoration

His death was commemorated by an obituary in the Hobart newspapers on 30 September 1899 in The Mercury, Tasmania, Australia, ~~ at 'Paraclete', 10 months old.

Citations

  1. Digger - Tas BMD Digger databases on CD, Surname: CATO
    Given Names: HILMER CLYDE
    Event: Birth
    Father/Spouse Surname: ARTHUR HILMER
    Mother/Spouse Given Names: PEDDER ANNIE
    Day: 09
    Month: 11
    Year: 1898
    Age:
    Sex: M
    Spouse Age:
    Spouse Sex:
    Registration Place: HOBART
    Registration Number: 1070/1898
    Reference: RGD 33.
  2. Digger - Tas BMD Digger databases on CD, Surname: CATO
    Given Names: HELMER CLYDE
    Event: Death
    Father/Spouse Surname: HELMER
    Mother/Spouse Given Names:
    Day: 19
    Month: 9
    Year: 1899
    Age: 0
    Sex: M
    Spouse Age:
    Spouse Sex:
    Registration Place: HOBART
    Registration Number: 1146/1899
    Reference: RGD 35.
  3. Website Tasmania, Australia, Index to birth Notices in The Mercury, 1854-1930 (unknown url) "Cato
    Birth Day:      9 Nov 1898
    Gender:      Male
    Father's Name:      A Hilmere
    Publication Date:      16 Nov 1898."
  4. Tas cemeteries database, online http://eheritage.statelibrary.tas.gov.au, CATO      Helmer Clyde      10m      Burial      20-Sep-1899      VALLEY.
  5. Letter, W S (Stan) CATO to Oscar Herbert Cato GREEN, 15/7/1948.