DUNCAN Frank1895 - 1948 (53 years)
Name DUNCAN Frank Born 26 Aug 1895 ,Byrock, NSW, Australia 
- Birth not recorded as parents were not married
Gender Male _ATTR 13 Feb 1907 Hillston Road, Wrightville, NSW, Australia  Fall
- COBAR, Wednesday.
Frank Duncan, aged 13 years, was riding,
a bicycle yesterday evening along Hillston Road at Wrightvllle, when through some
cause he fell. He was found unconscious on, the road, and brought to town by a 'busman. Ho was found to be suffering from concussion
of the brain
_ATTR Abt 1909  Music
- Went to Dubbo with Cobar Band when he was about 14.
Occupation 8 Dec 1915 ,Cobar, NSW, Australia  Labourer Religion 8 Dec 1915  Church of England Residence 1924 Elsinore Station, Cobar, NSW, Australia
- 3 horses, 2 cows, 916 sheep, 32,000 acres
Residence 1925 Elsinore Station, Cobar, NSW, Australia
- 8 horses, 8 cows, 32,000 acres
Residence 1926 Elsinore Station, Cobar, NSW, Australia
- 3 horses, 1200 sheep
_ATTR Abt 8 Jan 1932 ,Cobar, NSW, Australia  Bushfires
Few Now Burning.
Reports last night from all centres in the
west and south, in which serious bushflres had
been raging, were definitely reassuring.
The Cobar correspondent of the "Herald"
stated that the only fires now burning between
that town and Wilcannia, in the west, were
those on Nillera station, 32 miles down the
Hlllston-road, and Elsinore, 40 miles west of
Cobar. The fires on Tambua and Wilga
Downs had been subdued. In the north,
towards Byrock, an outbreak on Coronga Peak
was still burning fiercely, and spreading to-
wards the adjoining property of Coronga
Downs. Curraweena was still ablaze in
places. Small fires were burning on the large
Paddington estate, and on the adjoining pro-
perties of Belford, Bindi, and Lachlan Downs.
A storm was thieatening at Cobar last night,
and hopes were entertained that rain to-day
would assist to subdue the remaining fires.
All fires within a radius of 30 miles of Bourke
had been extinguished by yesterday morning,
and volunteers had returned to the town.
Both west and east from Menindie all fires
were either out or under control. A report
to Broken Hill police by Sergeant Canning, of
Menindie, stated that about 80 firefighters
were still patrolling the smouldering ruins in
case of further outbreaks. They were mostly
engaged in throwing burning logs back into
the burnt area to prevent them setting light
to new country.
In the south the serious fires of earlier in
the week at Lake Cargelligo were all under
control anr' being rapidly subdued. Minor
outbreaks occurred yesterday at Junee, on
the south-west slopes, and Trundle, on the
Correspondents of the "Herald" at Bourke,
Cobar, Menindie, Wilcannia, and Lake Car-
gelligo state that there have been many ex-
aggerated reports, and that there is no Justi-
fication for alarming statements. Under the
Impression that a large portion of New South
Wales was in serious danger, many people in
Sydney offered their assistance yesterday. The
New Guard stated last night that it had 1000
men in readiness for transport to the scene,
but had been advised by the Mayor of Cobar
that volunteers were not required at the
moment. A suggestion that the naval and
air forces should be mobilised in the bushfire
zones was rejected as impracticable, and would
now appear to have been un
_ATTR Abt 9 Jan 1932 ,Cobar, NSW, Australia  Bushfire Residence 1936 Elsinore Station, Cobar, NSW, Australia
Residence 1943 55 Kensington Road, Kensington, NSW, Australia 
Died 27 Aug 1948 55 Kensington Road, Kensington, NSW, Australia [8, 9]
- A little man he was in the army with came to lay him out.
Buried 30 Aug 1948 Rookwood Cemetery, Rookwood, NSW, Australia 
- Church of England section 16 3258
Person ID I14 Geniaus Family Tree Last Modified 2 Jun 2015
Father DUNCAN Francis, b. Abt 1851, ,Mooney Ponds, Victoria, Australia , d. 20 Sep 1921, Prince Street, Cobar, NSW, Australia (Age ~ 70 years) Mother MAGICK Harriet, b. 22 Aug 1850, ,Cobbora, NSW, Australia , d. 3 Nov 1921, Prince Street, Cobar, NSW, Australia (Age 71 years) Family ID F16 Group Sheet
Family PUSELL Ethel Jane, b. 31 Jul 1899, ,Thompsons Creek, NSW, Australia , d. 30 May 1988, Alloa Nursing Home, Arncliffe, NSW, Australia (Age 88 years) Married 20 May 1922 St Pauls Church of England, Cobar, NSW, Australia [11, 12] Children 1. Living 2. DUNCAN Ethel Eileen, b. 27 Nov 1924, ,,NSW, Australia , d. 3 Sep 1990, Alloa Nursing Home, Arncliffe, NSW, Australia (Age 65 years) 3. DUNCAN Kathleen Jane, b. 4 Oct 1926, ,Nyngan, NSW, Australia , d. 12 Nov 2004, ,Chatswood, NSW, Australia (Age 78 years) 4. DUNCAN Lillian Frances, b. 31 Jan 1929, ,Cobar, NSW, Australia , d. 5 Oct 2012, ,Peakhurst, New South Wales, Auatralia (Age 83 years) 5. DUNCAN Mary Olive, b. 9 Mar 1931, ,Cobar, NSW, Australia , d. 2 Aug 1997, David Berry Hospital, Berry, NSW, Australia (Age 66 years) Last Modified 18 Oct 2015 Family ID F6 Group Sheet
Event Map Residence - 1943 - 55 Kensington Road, Kensington, NSW, Australia Died - 27 Aug 1948 - 55 Kensington Road, Kensington, NSW, Australia = Link to Google Maps = Link to Google Earth Pin Legend : Address : Location : City/Town : County/Shire : State/Province : Country : Not Set
Photos Frank Duncan c.1918 SCAN0107 Frank Duncan's travelling cafe, Cobar, NSW. Frank and Ethel Duncan with their five daughters in Red Cross outfits Frank and Ethel
At Kathleen Jane Duncan's Wedding
Duncan Home at Elsinore Station
- [S6] Elsie Harriet Duncan.
Birth not registered
- [S2] Sydney Morning Herald, 14 February 1907.
- [S6] Elsie Harriet Duncan.
- [S22] NAA, B2455, Duncan F.
- [S2] Sydney Morning Herald, Friday 8 January 1932.
- [S2] Sydney Morning Herald, 9 January 1932.
- [S48] Ancestry.co.uk, Australian Electoral Rolls, 1903-1954 > New South Wales > 1943 > Watson > Kensington >.
- [S6] Elsie Harriet Duncan, .
- [S52] NSW BDM Indexes, 19398/1948 .
DUNCAN FRANCIS FRANCIS HARRIET KINGSFORD
- [S53] Jill Patricia Curry, Grave visited and photographed.
- [S52] NSW BDM Indexes, 8895/1922 .
DUNCAN FRANK CHATFIELD ETHEL J COBAR
- [S19] Marriage Certificate.
- [S6] Elsie Harriet Duncan.