|parents||James Kinder & Mary Ramsbottom|
|born||20 January 1848, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
|baptised||5 March 1848, Wesleyan Church, Victoria, Australia|
|died||18 April 1905, Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia|
|buried||20 April 1905, Booroondara Cemetery, Kew, Victoria, Australia|
|The Argus reported that Alfred gave evidence in a shoplifting case. It would appear that he worked in a shop operated by H and A Cornell in Chapel Street, Prahran during the mid-1860s.|
The Argus, 21 May 1866
The Argus, 4 June 1866
|Alfred was buried on 20 April 1905 at the Boroondara Cemetery, Kew, Victoria[1,6].
He lies in the Methodist Section, Compartment D, Grave 221. Buried in
the same grave is Lilian Kinder (Eva Lillian Annette b1914) his neice and daughter of Stuart William Kinder and
Alison Mavis Barlow.|
Alfred’s Last Will left everything to Annette – since they had no children. Annette was appointed the sole Executor. The Last Will was witnessed by Edgar Wallis (husband of a niece, Mabel Ruth, daughter of John Franklin Kinder).
Annette applied for probate on Alfred’s estate on 24 May 1905. Three parcels of land are mentioned in the probate – their Denham Street, Hawthorn house valued at £300 and two parcels of vacant land at Sandringham (value £50) and Surry Hills (value £40), Victoria. Apart from this real estate, Alfred left no insurance policies and a bank account of only £36.5s.
Photo courtesy of Rhonda Newberry
From Alfred's Last Will
From Alfred's probate application