Hannah Bullett

(8 December 1868 - 21 August 1957)
Hannah Bullett (CLark?)
     Hannah Bullett was commonly known as Annie. She was born on 8 December 1868 in Alberton, Victoria. She was the daughter of George Bullett and Mary Ann Bloomfield.
     Hannah Bullett married Owen Clark, son of John Clark and Jane Read, on 3 July 1884 in Devon North, Victoria.
     Hannah was registered as Hannah Clark, home duties at Devon, on the 1908 electoral roll.
     Hannah died on 21 August 1957 in Yarram, Victoria, aged 88. She was buried on 23 August 1957 in Yarram.

Children of Hannah Bullett and Owen Clark

Owen Clark

(14 July 1859 - 22 December 1946)
     Owen Clark was born on 14 July 1859 in Yarram, Victoria. He was the son of John & Jane nee Read. He was the son of John Clark and Jane Read.
     Owen Clark married Hannah Bullett, daughter of George Bullett and Mary Ann Bloomfield, on 3 July 1884 in Devon North, Victoria.
     Owen was registered as a labourer at Devon North, Victoria, on the 1908 electoral roll.
     Owen was registered as a farmer at Devon North, Victoria, on the between 1935 and 1936 electoral roll.
     Owen died on 22 December 1946 in Yarram, Victoria, aged 87. Obituary: Mr Owen Clark, Death came as a happy release to Mr Owen Clark on December 22, at this residence North Devon, he having ailing for the past 5 years. Born at Yarram 87 years ago, he was the eldest son of the late Mr 7 Mrs Jack Clark, who in those days lived on one of the old houses on the "Aylesbury" property near the Tarra River. After working on the Walhalla gold fields and the Heyfield railway line, he returned to this district and married Miss Hannah Bullett. That was 62 years ago and at the time he selected his present property which is situated in the bush country between North Devon and Jack River. They reared a family of ten, Ethel (Mrs Porter), Bertha (Mrs Whitford), Annabelle (Mrs Turnbull), John, George, Edie (Mrs Powell), Bessie (Mrs Jones), James, Henry and Walter, the youngest being killed on the Komodo Ridge during the New Guinea campaign. For the last 40 years of his active life, Mr Clark cut and carted wood to Yarram in a horse and dray. During the disastrous fires of six years ago, he and his wife lost their home and effects, and re-established their home on the same property. The remains were interred in the Yarram cemetery on December 24. Rev McCraw read the service at the graveside, and Mr M Pearson had charge of the arrangements. [The Standard, Dec 1946]. Notes : Mary Jane (Clark) Whitford 1858-1938; Owen Clark 1859-1946; "Aylesbury" property was owned by Abraham Bland who married in England to Bertha Whitford's aunt (nee H.
Bullett).

. He was buried on 24 December 1946 in Yarram.

Children of Owen Clark and Hannah Bullett