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Frederick Arthur Windsor, 1941

 

Evening News, Fri 26 Sep 1890 1

A DISGUSTING CASE.
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    A laborer named Frederick Arthur Windsor, 22, charged before Mr W Johnson, SM, at the Redfern Police Court, yesterday, with attempting to commit an unnatural crime. The evidence of Constable Emanuel, who caught the prisoner in the act on a piece of ground at the rear of the public school at Waterloo, was unfit for publication. When arrested prisoner said he must have been mad, and asked to be let go. He had nothing to say, and was committed for trial to the next Court of Quarter Sessions, to be held on November 11. Bail was allowed.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 12 Nov 1890 2

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.
TUESDAY.
(Before his Honor Judge Wilkinson.)

    Mr WL Merewether prosecuted for the Crown.

JURORS FINED.

    The following jurors were each fined £2 for non-attendance:—John Eccleston Wright, carrier, Ivy-street, Redfern; Joseph Bernard O’Rourke, publican, Druitt and Sussex streets, Sydney; John Gibson, fancy goods dealer, 188 Devonshire-street, Sydney; Titus Blamires, butcher, 369 Harris-street.

PLEADED GUILTY.

    The following prisoners pleaded guilty, and were remanded for sentence:—John Thomas Brown, false pretence; Edward William Kirk, stealing; Frederick Arthur Windsor, attempting to commit an unnatural offence.

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The Daily Telegraph, Sat 15 Nov 1890 3

QUARTER SESSIONS.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14.
(Before Judge Wilkinson.)

    Mr WL Merewether prosecuted on behalf of the Crown.

SENTENCES.

    His Honor passed the following sentences:—Frederick Arthur Windsor, pleaded guilty bestiality, two years’ hard labor;

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Evening News, Sat 15 Nov 1890 4

YESTERDAY’S BREVITIES.
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    The following prisoners, who pleaded guilty and were convicted during the present sittings of the Quarter Sessions, were sentenced to-day: Frederick Arthur Windsor, unnatural offence, two years’ hard labor.

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The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 15 Nov 1890 5

METROPOLITAN QUARTER SESSIONS.
Friday.
(Before his Honor Judge Wilkinson.)

JURORS FINED.

    Frederick Richard Cornelius, commercial traveller, Woolwich, Hunter’s Hill, was again fined £2 for further absenting himself from service.

SENTENCES.

    Frederick Arthur Windsor, who had pleaded guilty at a previous sitting to a serious charge, was sentenced to two years’ imprisonment with hard labour in Darlinghurst Gaol.

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Frederick Arthur Windsor, Gaol photo sheet template 6

SRNSW: NRS2138, [3/6052], Darlinghurst Gaol photographic description book, 1890, No. 4900, p. 13, R5103.


Gaol Photo Sheet - 
Transcribed Details

No. 4900

Date when Portrait was taken: 26-9-1890

Name: Frederick Arthur Windsor

Native place: England

Year of birth: 1868

Arrived       Ship: Oonah
in Colony }   Year: 1887

Trade or occupation
previous to conviction  } Carter

Religion: C of E

Education, degree of: R&W

Height: 5' 8½"

Weight     On committal: 146
in lbs     } On discharge:

Colour of hair: Brown

Colour of eyes: Brown

Marks or special features: Small round white scar, just below bend of right arm, on inside arm. Scar on outside left forearm. Scar of left side of upper eye. Scar on back of neck

Where and when tried: Sydney Q.S.
11 November 1890

Offence: Attempt to commit bestiality

Sentence: 2 years HL

Remarks: Plead guilty

(No. of previous Portrait ... ) 

PREVIOUS CONVICTIONS

Where and When Offence. Sentence

 

 

 

 

Nil

 

 


 

Frederick Arthur Windsor, 1908

The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 21 Nov 1908 7

THE NEW AMBULANCE.
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NSW BRIGADE'S FIRST CASE.

    The New South Wales Ambulance Brigade, which carried its first casualty to the Sydney Hospital last night, is the improved and reformed shape of the Australian Ambulance Association, which was recently disbanded. It was thought well to give the new ambulance, which has risen on a thoroughly sound footing, and entirely new name. Yesterday Frederick Arthur Windsor, of 17 Thomas-street, Camperdown, 38 years, was waiting at the Central Wharf, when a lorry backed into him, bore him against the wharf, and crushed him there. His right arm was broken in two places, and he received certain internal injuries. He was taken by the New South Wales Ambulance Brigade to the Sydney Hospital, where Doctors Colvin and Collier admitted him.


 

Frederick Arthur Windsor, 1941

The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 20 May 1941 8

FUNERALS.


    Windsor.—The Relatives and Friends of MRS PHOEBE ELIZABETH WINDSOR, DORIS (Mrs Downey), GEORGE (deceased, late AIF), and KENNETH, are invited to attend the Funeral of her dearly loved HUSBAND and their dear FATHER, Frederick Arthur Windsor, to leave our Funeral Home, 121 Rawson Street, Auburn. THIS AFTERNOON, at 3.15 o’clock, for the Crematorium, Rookwood.

LABOR MOTOR FUNERALS, LTD.
121 Rawson Street.
Auburn.
UX6111.

DEATH.


    Windsor.—May 19, 1941, at a private hospital, Parramatta, Frederick Arthur Windsor, aged 71 years. At rest.

 


1     Evening News, (Sydney, NSW), Fri 26 Sep 1890, p. 2.

2     The Sydney Morning Herald, Wed 12 Nov 1890, p. 5. Emphasis added.

3     The Daily Telegraph, Sat 15 Nov 1890, p. 10.

4     Evening News, (Sydney, NSW), Sat 15 Nov 1890, p. 6.

5     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 15 Nov 1890, p. 13.

6     SRNSW: NRS2138, [3/6052], Darlinghurst Gaol photographic description book, 1890, No. 4900, p. 13, R5103.

7     The Sydney Morning Herald, Sat 21 Nov 1908, p. 14. Emphasis added.

8     The Sydney Morning Herald, Tue 20 May 1941, pp. 7, 8.