James William Moxham (c1844-1938)

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History

James William Moxham was born about 1844 in Lambeth (London, England).


James William Moxham worked at the Phoenix Foundry.


James William Moxham died 1 June 1938 in the home of his daughter Edith on Kenna Street, Moonee Ponds (Victoria, Australia). He is buried in the Coburg Cemetery.


OBITUARY
Mr. J. W. Moxham
Mr. James William Moxham, who was aged 94 years, died on Wednesday at the home of his son-in-law (Mr. R. Dallachy), Kenna street, Moonee Ponds. Born at Lambeth, London, Mr. Moxham came to Australia with his parents when he was aged 11 years. He had been a member of the Manchester Unity Lodge for 76 years, and of the Boilermakers' Union for 55 years. As an employee of the Phoenix Foundry, he was engaged on the construction of the boilers for the first locomotives for the Victorian Railways. The funeral, arranged by R. McKenzie, of South Melbourne, will leave the home of his son-in-law for the Coburg Cemetery at 10.30 a.m. to-day.[1]

Legacy

Family

James William Moxham (c1844-1938) married Eleanor Askwith (?-1922)

--+ Ellen Maria Moxham (1873-1873)

--+ Herbert William Moxham (1874-1875)

--+ Edith Lydia Moxham (1876-?) married Robert Dallachy

--+ Ellenor Jane Moxham (1879-1953) married Thomas Gladstone Lewis

--+ Herbert William Moxham (1881-1959)

--+ Percy Arthur Moxham (1888-1954)

--+ James William Moxham (?-1925)

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Notes

References

  1. The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1956), Friday 3 June 1938, page 11.

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--Beth Kicinski 10:34, 29 January 2013 (EST)

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