Thanks for looking. Well, continuing with something strange
Alice Louisa STORRIER b. 1898 Crookwell d. ??
married 1920 Goulburn
Kenneth R GILLETT b. 1886 d. 1963 Goulburn
Enlisted Liverpool, NSW 13 Sep 1915 - S/N 4298 2nd Btn > 54th >56th Btn - 23 yrs 1 mo [--> b. 1892 ?] Labourer - NOK mother Gillett Elizabeth living at 'Woore' Goulburn, NSW - Embarked Sydney HMAT A60 'Aeneas' 20 Dec 1915 - Served in France - Returned to Australia per 'Wyreema' 3 Jun 1919 - Discharged 26 Jul 1919
Enlisted Goulburn, NSW 24 May 1942 - S/N N378634 - DOB 15 Nov 1887 ?? - NOK Gillett Alice living at Mummel Bridge, NSW - Discharged 20 Sep 1945
Looks as though he didn't give his correct DOB each time.
That means Alice was alive at least up to his date of enlistment in 1942.
No sign of Alice buried at Coolamon etc... Her parents are Henry John & Ada Agnes JENKINS (All interwoven - I didn't mention with the PENFOLDS that one married a 1st cousin)
Frederick William BOOKER b. 1902 St Leonards d. 1977 Roseville.
Lorelei Emmeline Booker was President of the League of Women Voters of New South Wales, 1964-1976, and founder and honorary editor of the League's newsletter, 'Equality'. Booker was actively involved in community activities through various bodies, including the Castle Cove Progress Association and the Association of Self-Help Organisations and Groups. She was a Board member of Sydney's Independent Theatre, 1957-1967, and a member of the Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust. Lorelei Booker was appointed M.B.E. in 1973 for her services to the community.
They had two sons, Malcolm and Douglas, and a daughter, Carolyn.
My apologies for the slow reply. My grandmother, Alice Louisa Gillett (nee Storrier) died 20th March 1988. She is buried at Mummel Cemetery. Her husband, Kenneth Gillett was born 15th November 1887 and died 19th August 1963.