George Albert Chugg1

#26597, b. 9 January 1903, d. 26 November 1977

Individual's Timeline

Birth9 January 1903George Albert Chugg1
Death of Father1954William George Chugg2
Death of Mother1958Frances Green Amor3
Death26 November 1977George Albert Chugg4

Primary events

Secondary circumstances

  • Occupation: George was a motor finisher.
Brushes with the LAW

1933 TROUBLE OVER A ROOSTER -

The wanderings of a Black Orpington rooster caused the appearance in the Perth Police Court yesterday of Giuseppe Sparta (32). an Italian poultry dealer, who was charged with the theft of the bird. George Albert Chugg, the owner, said that the rooster disappeared from his place in James-street, West Perth, during Mon day night. On Tuesday morning, he heard it crowing and discovered it on defendant's property, tied up in a pen with a rope around its leg. Sparta claimed that the bird wandered into his yard early in the morning, and that he was only detaining it until the owner claimed it. 'I am not satisfied that you really meant to steal the bird.' said Mr. H. D. Moseley, P.M., to Sparta, in dismissing the charge. 'You must, however, be more careful in the future.' He ordered that the rooster should be returned to its owner.


1950 THREE. HURT IN SMASH - Trucks Hit By Motor Cycle

The pillion passenger of a motor cycle and two children were injured in a spectacular triple smash at the intersection of William and Vincent streets, North Perth, about 8.15 o'clock last night. A St. John ambulance took the children to the Princess Margaret Hospital and the pillion passenger to the Royal Perth Hospital. They were: CARTER. Barbara Anne (12), of Wellington-street. Mosman Park. -Possible concussion and abrasions to the left hand. CARTER. Jean Lorraine (9). sister of Barbara, facial abrasions. ASHCROFT, Gordon Edmund (21). of Brooke-street, Bassendean. Possible fracture of the left foot, possible head injuries, lacerated left leg. Two utility trucks and a motor cycle were involved in the smash. The motor cycle crashed into one utility, catapulted into the air, struck the front of the other utility, and slithered over the top of the bonnet. The first truck meanwhile careered down a footpath and crashed. head-on into a lamp pole. The first truck was driven by Edward Ernest Robert Carter, of Wellington-street, Mosman Park. His two children were travelling in the open back and were thrown out. The front of the truck was extensively damaged. The other utility was driven by George Albert Chugg, of Gregory-street, Wembley. The motor cycle was ridden by Gordon Donald Parker, of Sixth-avenue, Bassendean. Any witness of the accident is asked to communicate with the Police Traffic Branch. Traffic-Constable A. R. Marshall made inquiries.5

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Research Notes

  • Research note 01: Max has an undated marraige to Edna HARTWELL.

Citations

  1. Victorian BDM on line, online http://online.justice.vic.gov.au, Surname: CHUGG
    Given Names: Geo Albt
    Event: B
    Sex: M
    Spouse Surname/Father: Wm Geo
    Spouse Gvn Names/Mother: Fanny AMOR
    Age:
    Age Code:
    Birth Place: SOUTH YARRA
    Death Place:
    Year: 1903
    Reg. Number: 28818.
  2. Digger - Vic BMD Digger databases on CD, 1954/20600.
  3. Website Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com) "Australia Death Index, 1787-1985 about Frances Greene Chugg
    Name:      Frances Greene Chugg
    Death Place:      Newport, Victoria
    Age:      76
    Father's Name:      James Amor
    Mother's Name:      Harriet Green
    Registration Year:      1958
    Registration Place:      Victoria
    Registration number:      3180
    Estimated Birth Year:      abt 1882."
  4. Max Chugg, "eMail from Max Chugg Tasmania," e-mail to Shirley Elrick, various.
  5. Trove Digitised Newspapers, The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Thursday 21 September 1933 p 8

    The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) Saturday 18 March 1950 p 1.