Frances Margaret Seymour

Female, (circa 1870 - 1932)
FatherSamuel Francis Seymour (1819 - 1902)
MotherSarah Jane Eaton (1828 - 1912)
RelationshipGreat-granddaughter of Thomas F. Farmar
ChartsFarmar Descendants
BirthFrances Margaret Seymour was born circa 1870 in India. 
MarriageShe married Alfred Thomas Ratten, son of Richard Ratten and Fanny Bird, 1891 in Victoria, Australia. 
INFO CIV REG INDEX AUST Marriage. Frances Margt Seymour. Spouse: Alf Thos Ratten. Birthplace: India. Reg. Victoria 1891 #3800. (VicBDMFed). 
INFO RESIDENCE. In Victoria 24 years (abt 1871-1895) and then Western Australia for 37 years (abt 1895-1932), per her death certificate. (VicDeaCert 1912:12949). 
INFO DAUGHTER Francis [sic] Margaret age 42 listed on mother's death registration, 20 Nov 1912. (VicDeaCert 1912:12949). 
DeathFrances Margaret Seymour died 24 October 1932 in Cottesloe, Western Australia, Australia. 
INFO CEMETERY RECORD. Frances Margaret Ratten. #KB00046625. age 62, d. 24 Oct 1932 at Gooseberry Hill. Grave: Karrakatta Liberal Catholics AA:0011. Grant expired at unknown date. (WAMetCemBd #KB00046625). 
Note NOTE: Death certificate (24 Oct 1932) lists no children for Frances and Alfred Ratten. 
INFO PROBATE INDEX. Western Australia #99/1933. Frances Margaret Ratten, death 24 Oct 1932 at Cottesloe. Late of Gooseberry Hill, formerly of Claremont. Executors: Alfred Thomas Ratten of Goosberry Hill, civil servant, and Edward Leslie Seymour of the National Bank, Claremont, bank manager. (WAProbRecs LDS918740). 
INFO PROBATE FILE. Supreme Court of Western Australia #99/1933. Frances Margaret Ratten formerly of 3 Dean Street Claremont but late of Gooseberry Hill, W.A., married woman, deceased. Motion by Alfred Thomas Ratten and Edward Leslie Seymour for probate as executors of the will. Will (1 page) Will of Frances Margaret Ratten of 3 Dean Street [Claremont] W.A. Executors: Alfred Thomas Ratten of 3 Dean St Claremont, W.A. and Edward Leslie Seymour of the National Bank, Dowerin, W.A. Bequests: to husband all real and personal estate (with exceptions noted below) during his lifetime, on condition that he pays her sister Grace Seymour of "Eaton" Benson St., Belgrave, Victoria, Australia, 12 pounds per annum during her lifetime. Upon deaths of husband and sister Grace "everything shall be sold, the the proceeds given to the Perth Theosophical Society Incorporated." Special bequests: 2 hot water plates, 2 books, brooch, and ring to sister Grace. Bracelet to executor Edward Leslie Seymour. Brooch to Mrs. Margaret Illingworth of Turnisal St. Narrogin, Western Australia. Will signed 20 Sep 1923. Witnesses Lean May Thomas and Albert William Thomas. Motion of executors (2 pages) for probate of the will lists residence of Alfred Thomas Ratten as Gooseberry Hill formerly of 3 Dean Street Claremont. Edward Leslie Seymour as of Claremont. Also address of witnesses as Dean Street Claremont. Property value does not exceed £271. Death certificate: #1662/1932. Frances Margaret Ratten, d. 24 Oct 1932 at Austey St, Cottesloe, female, age 62. Cause: myocarditis. Father: Samuel Francis Seymour, insurance officer. Mother Margaret [sic] Eaton. Informant of A.E. Davis undertakers. Death registered 1 Nov 1932. Burial 25 Oct 1932 at Liberal Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta. Minister S. Fisher, liberal Catholic minister. Born India. In Victoria 24 yrs, Western Australia 37 yrs. Married Kew Victoria at age 21 to Alfred Thomas Ratten. no children. (WAProbRecs LDS1668047 #99/1933).