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Burial Location:Kookynie  (details...)
Occupation: Miner
Place of Death: Brittania GNO, Kookynie
Date of Death: 25 January 1906
Date of Burial:26 January 1906
Age:53 years
Cause of Death:Disease of Heart and Kidneys
OGM Ref#: 1916


The deceased had been suffering from syncope for 6 weeks before his death. He had lived in Queensland for 23 years before moving to Western Australia.

Mr Frame was well and favorably known at Kookynie and left a wife and grown-up family to mourn their loss. A post mortem examination was held by Dr. Smith, who found that the death was due to natural causes. The funeral took place on Friday and was largely attended by friends of the deceased and also by members of the L.O.L. Lodge, of which the Bate Mr. Frame was a member.

It is understood that James Frame, his wife and three daughters boarded the barque "Scottish Hero" in 1878/9 (1877/8?) to travel to Rockhampton, Queensland. En route, the family records that their their fourth daughter, Elizabeth Jane Hero was born. The birth is registered in Queensland on 12 February 1879 as a Marine birth (Birth Registration 1879/M/1089). Marion Brown was born 1852 in Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, Scotland. She died on 13 August 1933 at Gunalda, Queensland (Death Registration 1933/C/3137).

Parents:Isabella (nee TEMPLETON) and David FRAME (Mason)
Spouse:Marion BROWN
Marriage Details:18 November 1870, Glasgow, Scotland; Marriage Registration 645/8 Glassford
Children:Ellen Brown 03.12.1870; Isabella Templeton 26.10.1872; Marion Brown 15.12.1874; Eliz. Jane Hero 12.02.1879; James Thomas 22.08.1884; Agnes 02.09.1886; Johanna 26.04.1889; Jennette Lyn Templeton 01.12.1881; Rose Ann 13.10.1892; 1 male dec.
Birth Details:8 October 1848, Larkhall, Lanarkshire, Scotland; Birth Registration 20/331 Dalserf, Lanarkshire
Death Certificate:2/1906, North Coolgardie
Comments:The LOL is the Loyal Orange Institute commonly known as the Orange Order, an international Protestant fraternal order based in Northern Ireland and primarily associated with Ulster Protestants, particularly those of Ulster Scots heritage.