Arthur Chugg

#26884, b. 20 December 1911, d. 16 March 1951

Individual's Timeline

Birth20 December 1911Arthur Chugg1
Death of Father20 December 1947William John Chugg
Death16 March 1951Arthur Chugg2

Primary events

Secondary circumstances

  • Occupation: Arthur was a farmer.

Voter Enrolements

  • Arthur Chugg was enrolled to vote in 1939 in Sunnyside, Relbia, Evandale, Tasmania, Australia. There was also an Ethel Margaret CHUGG and a William John CHUGG at the same address. There was also an Ethel Margaret CHUGG and a William John CHUGG at the same address.

Research Notes

  • Research note 01: Funeral notice reads - Mr. Arthur Chugg The funeral of Mr. Arthur Chugg, Sunnyside, Relbia, took place at the Carr Villa Cemetery on Monday afternoon. There was a large gathering of relatives and friends from White Hills, Evandale and Relbia districts. The Rev. G. Christopher, St. Peter's Church, St. Leonards, conducted services at the funeral parlour and cemetery. Chief mourners were:- Mrs. J. L. Chugs (wife), Mrs. E. M. Chugg (mother), Messrs. R. Chugg .(brother), E. Chugg and F. Chugg (uncles), H. Russell, A. Frankeombe, L. Colgrave and T. French (brothers-in-law), Mr. and Mrs. A. Swinton, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Swinton, Mr. and Mrs. R. Swinton and Mr. and Mrs. K. Kelb (brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law). Pall bearers were:-The Warden of Evandale Municipality (Cr. T. L. Cheek. M.L.C.), Messrs. R. Chugg, L. Chugg, H. Chugg, D. Chugg, R. McKibben. Funeral arrangements were carried out by C. T. Finney and Sons..

Children of Arthur Chugg and Joyce Lilian Swinton

  • Wayne Chugg3
  • Maureen Chugg3

Citations

  1. Max Chugg, "eMail from Max Chugg Tasmania," e-mail to Shirley Elrick, various.
  2. Carr Villa Cemetery index, online http://www.launceston.tas.gov.au, Given Names:      ARTHUR
    Surname:      CHUGG
    Age:      40
    Date of Death:      16/3/1951
    Date of Service:      19/3/1951
    Area:      Monumental Cemetery
    Location:      C5
    Number:      280.00
    Site:.
  3. Trove Digitised Newspapers, In Memorium notice in
    Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954)
    Saturday 15 March 1952 Page 14.