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Milton Livingstone Fredericks JARVIEAge: 7318911965

Name
Milton Livingstone Fredericks JARVIE
Given names
Milton Livingstone Fredericks
Surname
JARVIE
Birth July 12, 1891 26 27
Citation details: JARVIE MILTON L F 16542/1891  JOHN R S JANE WADE HILL END
Birth of a brotherRalph Tennyson R JARVIE
about 1893 (Age 17 months)
Citation details: JARVIE RALPH T R 32813/1893  JOHN R S JANE W ST ALBANS
Birth of a brotherRonald Gordon Clive JARVIE
about 1895 (Age 3)
Citation details: JARVIE RONALD G C 7352/1895  JOHN R S JANE W ST ALBANS
Death of a maternal grandmotherJane GORDON
January 4, 1895 (Age 3)
Citation details: FREDERICKS JANE 1664/1895  WILLIAM JANE KIAMA
Quality of data: primary evidence
Death of a maternal grandfatherHenry FREDERICK
February 15, 1900 (Age 8)
Citation details: FREDERICKS HENRY 1970/1900  JOSEPH P HANNAH KIAMA
Quality of data: primary evidence
Marriage of a siblingRalph Tennyson R JARVIELillian S SMITHView this family
about 1921 (Age 29)
Citation details: 6948/1921  JARVIE RALPH T K SMITH LILLIAN S MARRICKVILLE
Marriage of a siblingRonald Gordon Clive JARVIEMabel F McLEANView this family
about 1926 (Age 34)
Citation details: 15979/1926  JARVIE RONALD G C MCLEAN MABEL F MARRICKVILLE
Death of a fatherJohn Rose Shaw JARVIE
February 7, 1932 (Age 40)
Address: At his home
Citation details: JARVIE JOHN R S 2296/1932  JOHN JEAN M MARRICKVILLE
Publication: Kiama Reporter and Illawarra Journal (NSW : 1899 - 1947), Wednesday 10 February 1932, page 3
Death of a motherJane Wade FREDERICKS
July 16, 1941 (Age 50)
Citation details: JARVIE JANE WADE 20663/1941  HENRY JANE MARRICKVILLE
Quality of data: primary evidence
Death of a brotherRonald Gordon Clive JARVIE
about 1945 (Age 53)
Citation details: JARVIE RONALD GORDON CLIVE 17436/1945  JOHN ROSE SHAW JEANIE WADE KINGSFORD
MarriageAdelaide Helen MICHELLView this family
about 1949 (Age 57)
Citation details: 16634/1949  JARVIE MILTON LIVINGSTONE F MICHELL ADELAIDE HELEN CHATSWOOD
Death of a brotherRalph Tennyson R JARVIE
about 1959 (Age 67)
Citation details: JARVIE RALPH TENNYSON K 10075/1959  JOHN ROSE S JENNIE ASHFIELD
Occupation
Member of the Legislative Assembly

Employer: NSW State Parliament
Note: Various newspaper articles refer.
Biography

Source: Wikipedia
Publication: Internet site
Text:

Milton Livingstone Fredericks Jarvie MC ED (12 July 1891 – 31 January 1965) was an Australian politician.

He was born at Pyramul south of Mudgee to schoolteacher John Rose Shaw Jarvie and Jean Wade, née Fredericks. He attended Enmore High School and the University of Sydney, receiving a Diploma of Economics. Around 1914 he married Geraldine James. From 1915 to 1920 he served in the Australian Imperial Force's Provost Corps, rising to the rank of major. During the war he received the Military Cross and the Efficiency Decoration. After the war he became a business manager and an executive officer with the British Australasian Tobacco Company. In 1925 he was elected to Marrickville Council, on which he served until 1927 (he was also mayor in 1927).[1]

In 1925 Jarvie was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly as one of the Nationalist members for Western Suburbs. When single-member districts were re-introduced in 1927 he represented Ashfield, holding the seat until 1935, when he lost United Australia Party preselection. Jarvie contested the election unsuccessfully as an independent. From 1937 he was an executive officer with the Sound Proof Company, and during World War II he served as war area officer for Southern New South Wales. After the war (1945–47), he was director of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, Displaced Persons Camp in southern Austria. He married Helen Mitchell in 1949. Jarvie died in 1965 at Concord.[1]

Death about 1965 (Age 73)
Citation details: JARVIE MILTON LIVINGSTONE F 650/1965  JOHN ROSE-SHAW JEANNIE SYDNEY
Family with parents - View this family
father
mother
Marriage: about 1889Kiama, , New South Wales, Australia
3 years
himself
3 years
younger brother
Ralph Tennyson R JARVIE
Birth: about 1893 28 29St. Albans, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1959Ashfield, , New South Wales, Australia
3 years
younger brother
Ronald Gordon Clive JARVIE
Birth: about 1895 30 31St. Albans, , New South Wales, Australia
Death: about 1945Kingsford, , New South Wales, Australia
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himself
wife
Private
Family with Adelaide Helen MICHELL - View this family
himself
wife
Marriage: about 1949Chatswood, , New South Wales, Australia

BirthJ - Births Registered in New South Wales
Citation details: JARVIE MILTON L F 16542/1891  JOHN R S JANE WADE HILL END
BirthMilitary Record - Jarvie - Milton Livingstone Fredericks
MarriageJ - Marriages Registered in New South Wales
Citation details: 16634/1949  JARVIE MILTON LIVINGSTONE F MICHELL ADELAIDE HELEN CHATSWOOD
BiographyWikipedia
Publication: Internet site
Text:

Milton Livingstone Fredericks Jarvie MC ED (12 July 1891 – 31 January 1965) was an Australian politician.

He was born at Pyramul south of Mudgee to schoolteacher John Rose Shaw Jarvie and Jean Wade, née Fredericks. He attended Enmore High School and the University of Sydney, receiving a Diploma of Economics. Around 1914 he married Geraldine James. From 1915 to 1920 he served in the Australian Imperial Force's Provost Corps, rising to the rank of major. During the war he received the Military Cross and the Efficiency Decoration. After the war he became a business manager and an executive officer with the British Australasian Tobacco Company. In 1925 he was elected to Marrickville Council, on which he served until 1927 (he was also mayor in 1927).[1]

In 1925 Jarvie was elected to the New South Wales Legislative Assembly as one of the Nationalist members for Western Suburbs. When single-member districts were re-introduced in 1927 he represented Ashfield, holding the seat until 1935, when he lost United Australia Party preselection. Jarvie contested the election unsuccessfully as an independent. From 1937 he was an executive officer with the Sound Proof Company, and during World War II he served as war area officer for Southern New South Wales. After the war (1945–47), he was director of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, Displaced Persons Camp in southern Austria. He married Helen Mitchell in 1949. Jarvie died in 1965 at Concord.[1]

DeathJ - Deaths Registered in New South Wales
Citation details: JARVIE MILTON LIVINGSTONE F 650/1965  JOHN ROSE-SHAW JEANNIE SYDNEY