1931 - Yes, date unknown
||John Kennedy Minter |
||29 Dec 1931
||Waverley War Memorial Hospital, Waverley, NSW, Australia 
||Yes, date unknown
From The Advertiser, Adelaide, Friday 2 November 1951 (via Trove, January 2012):
Before Messrs. G. E. Pryke and A. G. Wanke
Remanded. - To enable the police to make further enquiries in Victoria, two Victorian sales men were remanded in custody until November 8 on a joint charge of having been unlawfully in possession at Outer Harbor on Wednesday of a motor car suspected of having been stolen. The defendants were Anthony Thomas Palmer, 21, of Coventry street. South Melbourne, and John Kennedy Minter, 19, of the same address. Prosecuting, PCC R. J. Morrison said that the car bad been recognised by police at Jervois Bridge, Port Adelaide, and followed to Outer Harbor, where the men had been arrested. The car, a sedan valued at about £1.000, had been stolen from Ballarat on October 23.
From The Advertiser, Adelaide, Friday 9 November 1951 (via Trove, January 2012):
Before Mr. L. F. J. JOHNSTON
Two Men Gaoled
Two Victorian salesmen were each sent to gaol for six months on an admitted charge that at Outer Harbor on October 31 they were unlawfully in possession of a motor car suspected of having been stolen.
The defendants were Anthony Thomas Palmer, 21, of Coventry street, South Melbourne, and John Kennedy Minter, 19, of the same address.
When the hearing was resumed yesterday PCC H. C. Gill, who prosecuted, said that Palmer had told the police that after stealing the car himself in Ballarat on October 23, he and Minter had driven it to Adelaide, via Mount Gambier. They had been selling household goods on time payment on a commission basis.
Palmer had said that he and Minter intended to keep the car for a while and then take it back to Melbourne, where it would have been dumped.
According to Minter, he had met Palmer by appointment in Ballarat after the car had been stolen. Both had worked and boarded together in Melbourne.
Mr. J. E. Kelly, for the defendants, gave evidence of previous good character and made sub missions for leniency.
The magistrate said that the valuable car had done 1,250 miles since it was taken and it had also been considerably damaged.
No trace of John has been found in Electoral Rolls but a Rosemarie Minter appeared as follows. These entries may or may not refer to John Kennedy Minter's wife.
Australian Electoral Roll, 1968 for Coorparoo, Bowman, Queensland at 1/19 McLay Street, Coorparoo:
Rosemarie Minter, commercial teacher.
Australian Electoral Roll, 1972 for Tarragindi, Moreton, Queensland at 183 Lutzow Street, Wellers Hill 4121:
Rosemarie Minter, teacher.
Australian Electoral Roll, 1977 for Blackstone, Oxley, Queensland at 13 Tessman Street, Riverview 4305:
Rosemarie Minter, teacher.
A John K Minter appeared in The World Book of Minters c. 1992, at 2/89a Little Bay Road, Little Bay, NSW. May or may not refer to this person.
||8 Mar 2012 |
||Lewis Edgar Minter, b. 12 Dec 1899, Canowindra, NSW, Australia , d. 25 Jun 1980, Narrabeen, NSW, Australia (Age 80 years) |
||Veronica Josephine HAID, b. 1904, Redfern, NSW, Australia , d. 19 Jun 1936, Randwick, NSW, Australia (Age 32 years) |
||Taree, NSW, Australia 
||Group Sheet | Family Chart
|Born - 29 Dec 1931 - Waverley War Memorial Hospital, Waverley, NSW, Australia
- [S88] http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16832644, Aug 2010.
- [S40] New South Wales BMD index on-line June 2008 (Reliability: 3).
Reg no 18037/1924.