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Alice Isabel Stewart, ~1891 - 1965

P261: A.k.a. Alice Isabel Crimlisk by marriage
b. ~1891;
m. 1912;
div. 1930;
d. 1965.

1891: Approx. Alice Isabel Stewart was born.1
1912: October 14th, 1912: Alice Isabel Stewart married James Crimlisk.1
1913: John James Crimlisk was born.
1918: Ervald Leslie Crimlisk was born.
1930: Alice Isabel Crimlisk divorced James Crimlisk on ground of cruelty.1

The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842-1954)
Friday 9 May 1930
Alice Isabel Crimlisk (formerly Stewart) petitioned for a judicial separation from James Crimlisk on the ground of cruelty. The parties were married on October 14, 1912, at Sydney, according to the rites of the Church of England.
His Honor granted a decree as asked. Mr. C C Brice appeared for the petitioner; respondent was not represented.

Alice Crimlisk is quoted as "next of kin" on the RAAF service records of John James Crimlisk and Ervald Leslie Crimlisk.2
It is likely that Alice Crimlisk is their mother and from this a birth year of 1891 (very approximate) is calculated.

1965: 9th March, 1965: Alice Isabel Crimlisk died and was cremated at the Wornora Cemetery and Crematorium.3

See: Chart F229

1) Trove - digitised newspapers. Sydney Morning Herald, 1930, accessed 5th May 2013.
Place of Birth is assumed Sydney, this needs confirmation.

2) Australia, WW2, Nominal Roll.
Please enter: Service: RAAF, Surname: Crimlisk.
Accessed 9th May, 2013.

3) Woronora Cemetery Index
See Woronora Cenetery Website - Name Search (Please enter Surname "Crimlisk", and First name "Alice")
Accessed 9th May, 2013.