Freda Mary Beutel, 19122001 (aged 88 years)

Name
Freda Mary /Beutel/
Given names
Freda Mary
Surname
Beutel
Married name
Freda Mary /Heinrich/
Birth October 12, 1912
Birth of a sisterAlvena Beutel
November 1916 (aged 4 years)
Birth of a sonNeville Douglas Heinrich
February 19, 1936 (aged 23 years)
Birth of a daughterHazel Margaret Heinrich
February 8, 1941 (aged 28 years)
Death of a sisterAlvena Beutel
May 8, 1961 (aged 48 years)
Cause: kidney failure
Note: kidney failure 8th May 1961,
Death of a husbandWalter Wilhelm Heinrich
July 1996 (aged 83 years)

Death of a fatherAugust Gottlieb Beutel

Death of a motherWilhelmine Reinhardt

Death 2001 (aged 88 years)

Family with parents
father
mother
herself
4 years
younger sister
19161961
Birth: November 1916Blenheim, Queensland, Australia
Death: May 8, 1961Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Family with Walter Wilhelm Heinrich
husband
herself
son
Nev and Carvings
19362010
Birth: February 19, 1936 26 23Laidley, Queensland, Australia
Death: November 12, 2010Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
son
Private
daughter
Hazel
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Birth: February 8, 1941 31 28Blenheim, Queensland, Australia
Death: October 21, 2008Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
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FREDA MARY BEUTEL

Born at Hatton Vale on the 12th October, 1912 where my father and motherowned an agricultural farm. When I was two years old we moved to theLaidley district where we carried on dairying and mixed farming. Iattended the Laidley Central School until the age of fourteen years.

After leaving school I stayed home and helped with all the choresconnected with mixed farming. Mum and I and my sister Vene and twobrothers, Horace and Clarence carried on with the dairying, while myfather and eldest brother started a small sawmilling business which was aboon to the local farmers, who could come and buy timber for buildingconstructions and repairs.

At the age of twenty and a half I married Walter Heinrich, who was aBaptist Ministers son. We settled on a small farm doing mixed farmingand dairying at Blenheim. That was in 1933 and we stayed there till theyear 1943 when we moved to Ormiston in the Redlands District.

We took up Small crops farming which we carried on till the year 1964.We thought we had had enough work and decided to retire.