Charles Alfred Mettam (1896-1949)

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Charles Alfred Mettam was born 17 April 1896 in Hornsby, New South Wales, Australia to Frank William Mettam (1862-1932) and Catherine Reid (1870-1899) and died 2 September 1949 in Claremont, Western Australia, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Dorothea Maude Cudmore Andrews (1896-1978) 13 February 1923 in Church of the Resurrection, Narrogin, Western Australia, Australia. Ancestors are from Australia, the United Kingdom.


Offspring of Charles Alfred Mettam and Dorothea Maude Cudmore Andrews (1896-1978)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Charles Frederick Mettam (1924-1945)
Robin Mettam (1926-1942)
Donald Cudmore Mettam (1931-)

Sources and notes

‡ General
Ω Birth
  • BDM Index ref for birth: 17953/1896
₪ Wedding
  • METTAM—ANDREWS At the Church of the Resurrection, Narrogin, on Tuesday evening the 13th instant, the marriage was solemnised of Miss Dorothea Maude Cudmore Andrews, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Andrews, "Paringa," Narrogin, to Mr. Charles Mettam, of the Bank of Australisia, Perth.
Great Southern Leader, 23 February 1923, page 5
¶ Death
  • METTAM: On September 2, 1949, suddenly, at Claremont, Charles Alfred, dearly beloved husband of Dorothy Mettam, of 31 Hawkstone 5treet, Cottesloe, and loved father of Donald and the late Peter and Robin; aged 53 years.
  • METTAM: On September 2. 1949, at Claremont, Charles Alfred, loved brother of Albert and brother-in-law of Delia.
  • METTAM (Charles Alfred): On September 2, 1949 suddenly, at Perth, Security Oficer, Bank of Australasia., Perth. Will be sadly missed by us all. Inserted by Manager and Staff, Bank of Australasia, Perth.
  • METTAM (Charles A.): On September 2, 1949, sincere friend of Andrew and Jean McHarg. One of Nature's gentlemen.
  • METTAM (Charles Alfred): On September 2, suddenly, Charlie, sincere and thoughtful friend of Ken and Vera Forsyth.
  • METTAM (Charles A): On September 2, suddenly, Chas, sincere friend of Donnie and Graham Vivian.
The West Australian, 3 September 1949, page 1



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