Laslett family history
Alfred and Minnie Lasslett of Caulfield
Alfred Ernest Lasslett was the second child of John and Emma Lasslett (page 109) and was born on 10 January 1879.
Clerk and later teller with The Savings Bank (later State Savings Bank of Victoria).
First managership Inglewood in about 1916.
(Minnie - war work at Town Hall!)
Transferred to Frankston as Manager-Teller. In 1922 moved to open new branch on the corner of Swan and Burnley Sts, Burnley and became active in public affairs. Appointed Justice of the Peace and Commissioner for Affidavits. President State School Parents Association and during police riots was a tempory Constable.
Transferred to St Kilda West branch in 1931 and died there in 1938.
1939 Minnie bought house at 212 Alma Road, East St Kilda and lived there until 1953(?) when she moved to Upwey where Keith and Beryl lived.
In the 1908 Electoral Roll Alfred is shown as a Bank Clerk living with his mother, Emma, in St., George's Road, Elsternwick.
Married Minnie McKay on Thursday 15 December 1910 at the Presbyterian church in Warrnambool. Minnie had been born on 22 June 1880 at Mailors Flat, Woodward to Mary McKay. Alfred died on Friday 30 September 1938 at 54 Fitzroy St, St Kilda and Minnie on Thursday 14 July 1966 at Ferntree Gully Hospital, she had been living at 307 Glenfern Road, Upwey.
Family of Alfred and Minnie Lasslett
FRANK - born Saturday 13 April 1912 at Caulfield.
See chapter Frank Lasslett of South Yarra on page 165.
ARTHUR - born Saturday 13 April 1912 at Caulfield. Died 1912.
KEITH - born Wednesday 11 April 1917 at Inglewood. On Monday 26 April 1943 married Beryl Phyllis Browne.
See chapter Keith and Beryl Lasslett of Upwey on page 184.