Monday, 27 February 2017

Max Bertram Stephen Montesole

Actor and writer
Max Montesole lived in France with his Australian wife actress Elsie Mackay before returning with her to Australia ca. 1930. He played leading roles in national ABC plays and teamed with Elsie Mackay in 'The World's Great Lovers' and 'Reminiscences of Theatre'.

Contributor :Max Montesole
Other Names :Max Bertram Montesole
Date of Birth:1892
Date of Death :17 September 1942
Functions:Actor, Poet, Scriptwriter
Born in UK, arrived ca 1930 married to Australian actor Elsie Mackay.
Worked as radio actor and scriptwriter.
Christmas Night at Dingley Dell, ABC Radio, Perth, East Perth, WA, 25 December 1936
Christmas Night at
Dingley Dell

found on internet have to check

daughter Alice (1888 Berlin, dramatic artist), were at 132 Elgin Ave., Maida Vale, Paddington (census). Alice (27oct?1897-nov1985 Surrey) married Max Bertram Stephen Montesole (6apr1887 Islington-9jul1942 W. Australia) 1933 at St. Germans, Cornwall ( tree). Max Montesole was b. 1st qtr 1886 at Islington (bmd), son of Max Edward R.M. Montesole (1860 Constantinople-1918 Edmonton) and Emma Drummond Hedley (d. 1917 Edmonton) ( tree). In 1901 Max Montesole (1860 Turkey, secty of ltd co.), wife Emma D. (1861 Middlesboro, Yorks.), son Max S. (1887 Islington) were at Hornsea, Middx (census). Wrong place of birth suggests this may be another Max: in 1911 Max Montesole (1886 Bognor, Surrey, married, theatrical manager) was at Marylebone (census). In 1911 Mr. M. Montesole and Mrs. Montesole sailed to NZ; in 1921 Mr. M. Montesole (1887, actor, 25 Greenhill Rd., Harrow) sailed to Quebec, intending to live in USA (ancestorsonboard). Max Montesole (1887, author, Kingsway Hse), Mrs. Elsie G. Montesole (1895, ?Bewsand, Cornwall) sailed to Australia (1933) (ancestorsonboard).

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