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Stephen James CHIPPER

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  • Name Stephen James CHIPPER 
    Born 1863 Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Christened 30 Dec 1863 Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [2
    Gender Male 
    Newspaper 19 Sep 1866 Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [3]  – Business
    • Proprietor, United Service Hotel.
      United Service' Hotel,
      PERTH:
      Mr STRICKLAND begs to inform the visitors to this Hotel, that he has let the same from the 30th September instant, to MR. STEPHEN CHIPPER,under whose management it will be found replete with every comfort. Perth, 19th Sept., 1866.

      STEPHEN CHIPPER having  arranged to become the Proprietor of the above Hotel, begs to solicit the continuence of its visitors, who may rely on the same being conducted with
    Newspaper 9 Oct 1891 Wesley Church, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [4]  – Marriage
    • CHIPPER -HUMBLE. —  At Wesley Church, Fremantle, September 26, by the BRev. T. Bird, Stephen James, eldest son of the late Mr. S. J. Chipper, of Perth, to Ada Editg Gertrude, second daughter of
      Major Humble, of Fremantle, W.A. 2831.
    Photos 1901  [5]
    •     Western Australian officers for the contingent chosen to represent Western Australia at the opening of the first Federal Parliament [picture]
      Description
          Officers From L to R, Back row: Capt. E.A.F. Compton, Lieut. W. H. Hope, Lieut. F.B. Timperley;
      Middle row: Lieut. J.J. Bryan, Lieut. J.A.E. Humble, Capt. J.E. Townsend, Capt. J.M. Finnerty, Capt. H. Hunt, Major R.H. Cowan;
      Front row: Lieut S.J. Chipper, Chaplain-Capt D.J. Garland (the Rev. David John Garland not a contingent member), Major A.T. White, Major J.C. Strickland, 2nd Lieut. A.W. Green, Lieut. J.S. Denton, Capt. J. Mitchell;
      Sitting: 2nd Lieut J.S. Duffy, Captain F.M.W. Parker DSO, Lieut. J. H. Hurst, 2nd Lieut. C.R. Davies, Lieut. F. B. Davies.
    Chipper Stephen James 1901 001012d
    Chipper Stephen James 1901 001012d hd
    Newspaper 27 Dec 1914 Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [6]  – Light Horses gymkhana
    • "A Mere Man". Light Horses gymkhana. Lieut. Steve Chipper V.D. (don't forget the V.D.), was on the ground on his old charger that he uses on the W.A.T.C. course for getting about with, whilst other ossifers of note were conspicuous.
    Newspaper 12 Dec 1915 Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    • STEVE CHIPPER THE WESTRALIAN "PRINCE OF. STARTERS."
      Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902-1954), p. 3
    Chipper Stephen John 1915 Starter photo article57830384-4-001
    Newspaper 8 Oct 1927 Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [8]  – Ringmaster
    • THE RINGMASTER.
      Mr. S. J. Chipper, who as rinngmaster has few equals in Australia, has for years past done splendid work in the ring at the Royal Shows and Horse Parades. Visiting judges have- frequently favourably commmented on his work. With Mr. Chipper in the ring the public can always depend on the events being run to time and he saves the society and the judges a good deal of worry.
    Chipper Stephen John jnr 1927 Ringmaster article32057174-5-001
    Newspaper 3 Feb 1932 Greenmount, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [9]  – THE SCENE OF CHIPPER'S LEAP.
    • THE SCENE OF CHIPPER'S LEAP.
      To-day is the centonary of the Incident whieh gave a name to the rock known as Chipper's Leap at the top of Greenmonnt. The pictre on the loft shows Mr. S. J. Chipper, a grandson of John Chipper, standing on the rock from which his grandfathor made his historic leap when attacked blacks on February 3,1832. That on the right depicts the view from tho top of the rock. A tablet on the rock will be unveiled tonight.
    Chipper Stepehn John jnr 1932 Chippers leaps article32387771-4-001
    Newspaper 11 Feb 1932 Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [10]  – Chippers Leap Memorial Tablet
    • CHIPPERS LEAP.
      Memorial Tablet Dedicated.
      About 300 persons gathered at the base of a huge granite rock at the top of Green- mount, and listened with interest on the night of February 3, while speakers tried to recreate for them the life of a century ago. and particularly the thrilling incidents of February 3. 1832, when John Chipper and Reuben Beecham were attacked by blacks. The occasion was the unveiling of a tablet placed bv the Western Australian Historical Society on the rock known as Chipper's Leap
      The deviation in the York-road, which is being constructed by the Main Roads Board, sweeps in a graceful curve around the foot of the rock. On the other side of the road the ground falls steeply down a virgin cully. Far to the west, on the coastal plain, myriad lights of the city were twinkling. The listeners, with that scene before them, were carried back to the time when the whole population of the^State was a matter of hundreds, when the chief agricultural area was just above Guildford, and the largest crop of wheat was one of IS acres, and when all that was over the hdls was a handful of set- tlers in the newly-opened district of York
      Carrying provisions to thoBe settlers. John Chipper and Beecham, a boy. were driving a cart over Greenmount when they were attacked by blacks. The boy was killed almost instantly, hut Chipper, though wounded in one arm and having a speir sticking in his side, escaped by jumping over the rock that now bears i is name. None of the blacks dared to follow him.
      The dedication of the tablet last week was performed bv Mr. Steve Chipper, a erandson of John Chipper and a member of the council of the Historical Society and other speakers on historical subjects included Mr. Aubrey Green (a grand- nephew of Beecham) and Mr. P. Hasluck (hon. secretary of the society).
      Mr. 1. T. Birtwistle (chairman oi the council of the society), who presided, made an appeal for the preservation of histórica, monuments and for the furthering of re- search. Votes of thanks were moved by Mr. P. E. C. de Mouncey and Mrs. E. D Cowan.
      Western Mail (Perth, WA : 1885-1954), p. 23.
    Chipper Stephen James 1932 Chiper Leap article38530429-3-001
    Died 20 Oct 1933 East Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [11
    Cemetery Abt 22 Oct 1933 Karrakatta Cemetery, Railway Road, Karrakatta, , Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [12, 13
    • First Name,STEPHEN JAMES, Application Number
      Last Name,CHIPPER,KB00048737
      Aged (Years),69,Date of Death,20/10/1933
      Suburb,EAST PERTH
      Grave Location,KARRAKATTA CEMETERY Cemetery,ANGLICAN Area or Denomination,CA Section,0035 Gravesite
      Grant Number,K0001043,Grantee,
      Grant Status,EXPIRED At today's date,Expiry,14/11/1953
    Chipper Grave Stephen James 1903 Grave lorin
    Newspaper 22 Oct 1933 Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [14]  – Death
    • STEVE CHIPPER
      POPULAR SPORTING IDENTITY's DEATH
      An Impressive Graveside Address
      By BILLZAC.
      One of the State's most popular sporting identities, Mr. Stephen James Chipper, died in the early hours of Friday morning after a long illness. His passing, though not altogether unexpected, is greatly regretted by a vast circle of friends and associates.

      Horseraclng and horse races In Western Australia were the late Mr. Chipper's main Interest and pastime, and over half a century's close association
      with the local turf had made him an authority on matters appertaining to the turi in this State. It was in 1881 that he first became associated in an official capacity with the Western Aus-tralian Turf Club. For many years he was clerk of course, and later honorary starter. In 1897 he was appoin-
      ted permanently as starter, and except for a break due to his absence at the Boer War with the Western Australian Bushmen Contingent he occupied
      the position continuously until ill health forced him to vacate his post about six months ago.
      From boyhood Steve was identified with horses, and early gained distinction as a horseman and in the handling of horses. He was .intended for a
      legal career, but the lure of the turf was too great. In the '80's and early'90's he was associated In the training of horses with many of the stalwarts
      of the local turf, notably the late Mr W. H. Strickland, the late Mr. "Jacky" Hare, and the Parkers, the late Slr Henry and his brother George, two
      noted amateur riders in their time.
      The late Mr. Chipper also figured in the role of owner, horses be raced including Duke of York (who on one occasionwon two successive races on a
      WJLT.C. programme). Destiny. First King; My Day, and Nancy Lee. He at one time owned the well-known Dunreath property on the Guildford - road.
      Redcliffe, where Mr. P. A. Connolly later bred and trained so many winners of Important races on local courses.
      At one time the late Mr. Chipper controlled the secretarial reins of the Canning Park Turf Club, and was the first secretary of the Helena Vale Race
      Club, but relinquished the position be-fore the club's first race meeting. He merely acted until the club had been successfully launched. Starting horse
      races, however, was. his real forte, and tn addition to the W.A.T.C. meetings he officiated on all proprietary courses of the metropolis, the close at band country meetings, and in the more prosperous days of the goldfields did the starting at Kalgoorlie and Boulder.
      THE FUNERAL.
      In a simple and inspiring address at the graveside Canon Coiuck p¡ua tri-
      óme to Ule 'popularity auu esteem lit
      wmch fcSleve -cmpper was neid. "Nt
      one ever """ ? nine else out Oíd ti Leve ile was a
      oueery optimist and a man wno could
      'oe trusted, lt is something to bc
      spoken ol as a man one can trust. 1
      nave known bim for a very long time
      and always found hun the same.
      Continuing Canon Coiuck sata that
      Steve was a born fighter and wat
      the lil< and soul of the douth African
      Veterans' Association, and they will
      miss h,m He was also a true West-
      ern Australian and an ardent mern bei
      of. the Historical Society
      Canon Coliick said ne saw him
      early in the week, and although very
      il] he said that his healthy optimism
      was predominant. Steve said that he
      was looking forward to November LS,
      said the Canon, and stated that he
      hoped he could persuade the doctor
      to let him attend the South African
      memorial service on that ? day in a
      motor cai. The kind and sympathetic
      íature of Steve was emphasised by
      the Canon, and he felt that mighty Father would make good use
      of him now. There will be no horses
      tor him to start, but wherever be is
      they will have need of his cheery,
      sympathetic optimism. Perhaps the
      greatest compliment in Canun lick's eulogy was that as evidence of
      Steve's honesty be had occupied the
      position ot starter for the W.AT.C.
      for 40 years, and that body would not
      A Union Jack covered the coffin,
      and the "Last Post" was soonded over
      ?he remains of a man whose loss is
      deeply mourned by all sections of the
      community with whom he had come
      in contact, and ls a tribute that, as
      Canon Coliick stated at the grave-
      side. Steve during his illness was
      visited by ministers of all denomina-
      tions^-apart from the sporting fra-
      ternity he had the respect of all re-
      ligious bodies, and one of his greatest
      friends was the late Archbishop Riley
      Steve was a sportsman and a man in
      the true sense of the term.
      The chief mourners were Messrs.
      Reg. Chipper (son), Don, Maley. Fred.
      Clem and Ashley Chipper (nephews).
      Arnold Piesse, M.L.A.. R J. Harwood.
      Harwood, Nell Stirling and Ross and
      Leo Harwood. The pall-bearers were
      Slr Walter James. K.C.. Messrs A
      Connell. E G. Petty. E T. Marillier.
      W. J Winterbottom. Hubert Parker
      C A. Saw and A E. Jensen.
      Many beautiful wreaths and floral
      tributes were received The Dean of
      Perth (the Verv Rev R. H. Moore!
      assisted bv Canon E. M. Coliick am'
      the Rev H. "Vine, conducted the ser-
      vice at the graveside.
    Chipper Stephen death 1933 article58706727-4-001
    Chipper Stephen death 1933 article58706727-4-002
    Newspaper 22 Oct 1933 Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [15]  – Vale
    • Vale, Steve Chipper
      Sportsman and gentleman, friend to the needy ones;
      Soldier when enemies threatened the Flag;
      Spoiling the schemes of the grasping and greedy ones.
      Killing with kindness all bluster and brag.
      His word was his bond-the certified clinch of him;
      No need for documents, red tape and Ink;
      Straight as a barrel each masculine inch of him;
      No need for straws or legality's link.
      Many could model their lives on the cast of him.
      Nature in him tried to perfect her plan;
      Heavy our hearts when we looked on the last of him,
      Brave Is his epitaph - "He Was a Man!"

      DRYBLOWER.
      Sunday Times (Perth, WA : 1902-1954), Sunday 22 October 1933, page 11
    Chipper Stephen John 1933 Vale article58706728-4-001
    Buried Abt 22 Oct 1933 Karrakatta Cemetery, Railway Road, Karrakatta, , Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [16
    Newspaper 23 Oct 1933 Karrakatta Cemetery, Railway Road, Karrakatta, , Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [17]  – Funeral
    • FUNERAL OF THE LATE MR. S. J: CHIPPER.
      A lame crowd attended the funeral on Saturday morning of the late Mr. S. J. Chipper. Above Is shown the cortege
      entering the Karrakatta Cemetery.
    Newspaper 4 Oct 1949 Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [18
    • CARRYING ON A FAMILY TRADITION
      Mr. D. . CHIPPER.
      The Late Mr. S. J. CHIPPER.
      Two Ringmasters
      In One Family
      A family noted for its love of horses has provided two ringmasters for the Royal Show. When Mr. D. J. Chipper rides into the arena today as a Royal Show ringmaster for the first time he will follow a family tradition.
      That tradition was set by his uncle, the late Mr. S. J. Chipper, who was ringmaster for 43 years--from 1885 to 1928. A well known equestrian, he was also starter for the West Australian Turf Club for many years. The Chipper family's connection with horses went
      even far beyond that, as some members of the family were
      drivers of the mail coaches that travelled between Perth and
      Albany before the Great Southem railway was built.
      Mr. D. J. Chipper will enter the ring as no novice. He has been assistant ringmaster at the Royal Show since 1935, A prominent West Australian Hunt Club member, he was secretary for ten years and is now a vice president and. treasurer. Mr. Chipper has also played polo and is a member of the Perth Polo Club.
      He will ride Sir Patrick, a Northam-bred hunter, in the ring again this year, the horse having been his mount for the past two shows. Mr. Chipper yesterday paid a tribute to the former ringmaster, Mr. D. T. Luck, who is now president of The Royal Agricultural Society.
      "It was the greatest pleasure to work with him in the past and
      I am going to miss him in the ring," he said
    Chipper Donald 1949 Ringmaster article47674580-3-002
    Chipper Donald 1949 Ringmaster article47674580-3-001
    Person ID I150 Turner
    Last Modified 20 Aug 2014 

    Father Stephen James CHIPPER,   b. 25 May 1835, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Feb 1886, Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 50 years) 
    Mother Maria Sophia CAMPBELL,   b. 18 Nov 1834, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 30 Dec 1892, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 58 years) 
    Married 31 Aug 1861 Middle Swan, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [19
    Family ID F51 Group Sheet,  Family chart

    Family 1 Ada Edith Gertrude HUMBLE,   b. 1870, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Apr 1903, East Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 33 years) 
    Married 1891 Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [20
    Children 
     1. Stephen Reginald CHIPPER,   b. 19 Jan 1893, Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 5 Dec 1968, Mount Pleasant, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years)
     2. William CHIPPER,   b. 1895, Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     3. Stillborn F. CHIPPER,   b. 1895, Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1895, Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 0 years)
     4. Ellen Dora CHIPPER,   b. 1896, Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Yes, date unknown
     5. Evangeline Amy CHIPPER,   b. 1897, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Dec 1897, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 0 years)
     6. Ada Ethel May CHIPPER,   b. 1901, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Sep 1931, East Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 30 years)
    Last Modified 26 Feb 2004 
    Family ID F52 Group Sheet,  Family chart

    Family 2 Georgina Florence HARWOOD,   b. 7 Sep 1868, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1954, Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 85 years) 
    Married 1904 Perth, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [21
    Last Modified 3 Nov 2009 
    Family ID F54 Group Sheet,  Family chart

  • Photos
    Chipper Stephen John 1915 hd
  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 1863 - Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsChristened - 30 Dec 1863 - Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - Business - 19 Sep 1866 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 1891 - Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - Marriage - 9 Oct 1891 - Wesley Church, Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarried - 1904 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - Light Horses gymkhana - 27 Dec 1914 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - 12 Dec 1915 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - Ringmaster - 8 Oct 1927 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - THE SCENE OF CHIPPER'S LEAP. - 3 Feb 1932 - Greenmount, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - Chippers Leap Memorial Tablet - 11 Feb 1932 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - 20 Oct 1933 - East Perth, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsCemetery - Abt 22 Oct 1933 - Karrakatta Cemetery, Railway Road, Karrakatta, , Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - Death - 22 Oct 1933 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - Vale - 22 Oct 1933 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - Abt 22 Oct 1933 - Karrakatta Cemetery, Railway Road, Karrakatta, , Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - Funeral - 23 Oct 1933 - Karrakatta Cemetery, Railway Road, Karrakatta, , Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper - 4 Oct 1949 - Perth, Western Australia, Australia Link to Google Earth
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      CHIPPER, Stephen James CB 347986 Birth
      Father: Stephen James
      Mother: Campbell Maria
      Event Place: Perth
      Reg Year: 1863 Reg State: Western Australia
      Ref Number: 7480

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      First Names Last Name Application Number
      STEPHEN JAMES CHIPPER KB00048737
      Aged (Years) Date of Death Suburb
      69 20 Oct 1933 EAST PERTH
      Grave Location KARRAKATTA ANGLICAN CA 0035

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      CAMPBELL, Maria CM 139957 Marriage
      Spouse:CHIPPER, Stephen S
      Marriage Place: Middle Swan
      Reg Year:1861 Reg State: Western Australia
      Ref Number:1690

    20. [S6] Western Australia Birth Death and Marriage Index, (Birth indexes - 1841 to 1932 Death indexes - 1841 to 1966 Marriage indexes - 1841 to 1936. <"http://www.bdm.dotag.wa.gov.au/_apps/pioneersindex/default.aspx">http://www.bdm.dotag.wa.gov.au/_apps/pioneersindex/default.aspx), (1891)/306 (Reliability: 4).

    21. [S6] Western Australia Birth Death and Marriage Index, (Birth indexes - 1841 to 1932 Death indexes - 1841 to 1966 Marriage indexes - 1841 to 1936. <"http://www.bdm.dotag.wa.gov.au/_apps/pioneersindex/default.aspx">http://www.bdm.dotag.wa.gov.au/_apps/pioneersindex/default.aspx), (1904)/1435 (Reliability: 4).


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