Notes for Albert Charles BODDINGTON
Arrived in Western Australia 14 Oct 1854, on the Esmeralda.
1883 stockman for Frank Wittenoom. 1894 manager at Mt. Aubrey Station. 1900 owned
and developed Twin Peaks and later Jingemarra stations.
Hannah JUDGE's first child, Fred, was NOT included in his adopted father Albert
Charles BODDINGTON's will, which left all his estate to his biological children -
six sons, two daughters, and to his wife Hannah (Fred's mother). The estate was
settled for them when the youngest of his children was 'of age' in 1929. 
Notes for Hannah Louisa JUDGE
Of Northampton Western Australia.
The child of her first relationship - Frederick's birth was registered as Frederick
JUDGE, and his mother Hannah JUDGE did not give Frederick's father's name. Hannah
Judge married Albert Charles Boddington in Gwalla, Northampton WA, on 2 September
Family notes for Albert Charles BODDINGTON and Hannah Louisa JUDGE
Gwalla church no longer exists. The skeleton of the church, with the cemetary to the north, can be clearly seen on the ground beyond the eastern end of Gwalla Street, Northampton WA. A heritage reserve covers the track in, and the area around the church which has not been cultivated. The location can be seen at:
Google: Gwalla church.
In 1900 living at Mt. Aubrey Station.
House destroyed by flood and so moved to build Twin Peaks Homestead.
Frederick's date of birth is a bit of a moveable feast. Fred was on the way before Hannah married Alfred, and is not a genetic Boddington. This could explain the variation in birth dates. Fred was noticeably different in complexion and build to all his siblings.