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Farewell George Ronald Doig

George Doig was born in Howard Street Fremantle on the 25 May 1913, the youngest child of Charles and Isabella Doig. It was often said that the Doigs did not live further away from Fremantle than the sound of the Town Hall bell. In many respects George observed that...

A Short History of Fremantle

1829 Capt C.H. Fremantle claimed the west coast of Australia for the British crown. First settlers landed. 1831 Round House built for use as gaol; first school opened. 1833 First town plan of Fremantle by Surveyor-General J.S.Roe. 1837 Two whaling companies operating...

The Greatest Family of Footballers

By Haydn Bunton, June 1939. (World War II began on September 1, 1939.) Whereever football followers and supporters frequent, the discussion invariably leads to some aspect or some player of our great national game. Often the trend of the discussion concerns a player...

Application to the Fremantle Dockers Hall of Legends

NAME: GEORGE DOIG ORIGINATED FROM: Fremantle Mercantile Association DEBUT: 1933 PLAYING POSITION: Full Forward RETIRED: 1945 TOTAL GAMES: 202 games (East Fremantle) TOTAL GOALS: 1111 goals (East Fremantle) CAREER HIGHLIGHTS: First in WA to kick 100 goals in a season....