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She was the first woman to be awarded an Irish BA.
He became a doctor of medicine in Cheltenham.
Surname possibly Langley.
He practised as a barrister in Dublin and Capetown, South Africa.
AKA Peggy, daughter of Rev. C.A.C. Purkis and Mrs Purkis of Odagh Rectory, Kilkenny.
Dr. Thomas Lewis Lindsay Sandes O.B.E., M.A., M.D. (Dubl.), F.R.C.S., F.R.C.S.I. President, South African Medical Association, 1934 President, South African Medical Congress, 1949. "There is a ward named in his honour at the Victoria Hospital, Wynberg, Cape Town."
Daughter of A. Metcalf, a solicitor of Cradock, Western Cape, South Africa.
He was a doctor in the Indian Medical Service, an FRCP, and Professor of Medicine at Calcutta University. He also served as a Lt-Col in the Indian Army Medical Corps and was on the staff of the Viceroy of India, accompanying Edward Prince of Wales during his tour of the sub-continent in the 1920s.
Possibly Rosalind Corfield.
Daughter of Robert Stewart Lockhart and Flora Alice (Lockhart)
Son of Benjamin Maturin Johnston and Christina Lucy Stapleton. He worked at the Hong Kong & Shanghai Banking Corporation (now HSBC).
When his father became the Vicar of Bishop Middleham, Durham, he went to live in England with his family. He graduated BA (hons) Law from Magdalen College, Oxford. In January 1897 he emigrated to Australia and thereafter went to work at the Melbourne Argus as a reporter. In 1919 he moved to England to became the (Sydney) Daily Telegraph's London Correspondant and he covered the Treaty of Versailles He returned to Australia in 1920 and became Special Correspondant for the Australian Press Association covering the Australasian tour by the Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII and Duke of Windsor).
Daughter of Sir Graham Berry, former Premier of Victoria and his wife Harriet Ann Blencowe . She was an actress.
Brother of John Gerard Baker. He was a medical practitioner.
He was educated at the Albert Middle Class College in Framlingham, Suffolk, (now Framlingham College) . He emigrated to British Columbia and worked as a draughtsman in the Copper Mountain Mine. After the death of Rose, Samuel returned to England, left his son with his family at the Marlesford Rectory and emigrated to Australia and worked as an engineer at The Observatory, Wickham Terrace, Brisbane. In 1937 he was working at the Day Dawn Mine, Wau, Papua New Guinea - they had a Gold Rush there in 1926. He wrote a letter to his son during this time.
Daughter of John Fall Allison and Susan Louisa Moir. John Fall Allison was a gold commissioner who discovered the Allison Pass in British Columbia.