Darlington Memoirs

 

Jane Ashbury (Helena School)

Jane's story comprises 5 pages and details her years in Darlington, teaching at the Helena School.

Read her story which can be viewed by clicking on the pdf icon on the right.

 
 

Les Ashton memoirs

Les's story comprises 13 pages and details his early years in Darlington, living on Glen Road, close to Victor Road.   Very interesting narrative. Read his story which can be viewed by clicking on the pdf icon on the right.

Barbara Curmi (nee Letch) - “Memories of Darlington”

Barbara's memoirs comprise 6 pages. Read her memoirs which can be viewed by clicking on the pdf icon on the right.

 
 

Edna Goodwin - Early recollections of Darlington

Edna's memoirs comprise 7 pages. Read her memoirs which can be viewed by clicking on the pdf icon on the right.

 

Sally (Alison) Herzfeld - Teacher and Principal at Helena School

Sally's story comprises 7 pages and details her life as a teacher and later the principal of Helena School. Recently she was named Mundaring Shire's Citizen of the Year.  Her story can be viewed by clicking on the pdf icon on the right.

 

Findlay Kidman - Memories of Darlington

Findlay's memoirs comprise 9 pages. Findlay is a nephew of Sir Sidney Kidman, the cattle king of Australia. Read his memoirs which can be viewed by clicking on the pdf icon on the right.

 

Pip Newman, (Preistner) - Memories of Darlington 1940s - 1950s

Pip's memoirs take up 29 pages, which can be viewed by clicking on the pdf icon on the right.

 

Richard Sadleir, - Memories of Darlington from 1938 until 1953 - 'Darlington Indelibly'.

Richard's memoirs comprise 14 pages. Read his memoirs which can be viewed by clicking on the pdf icon on the right.

 

Mary (Mollie) Skinner - Midwife and Author

Mary's story comprises 5 pages and details her life in England, Darlington and the WA South West as a midwife and author. She owned Leithdale House in Darlington in the 1920s. Her story can be viewed by clicking on the pdf icon on the right.

 

Kathleen Skipsey - Darlington Girl Guides

Kathleen's story comprises 5 pages and details her years in Darlington, forming and running the Darlington Girl Guide troop, which can be viewed by clicking on the icon on the right. (web version)

 

Ida Smith - My Life, My Music and Me

Ida's memoirs comprise 8 pages. Her memoirs can be viewed by clicking on the pdf icon on the right.

 

Trevor Tuckfield - Darlington from the beginning

Trevor's memoirs comprise 19 pages. His memoirs can be viewed by clicking on the pdf icon on the right.

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