Alfred Ernest Campbell Kerr (c1868-1939)

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History

Alfred Ernest Campbell Kerr was born about 1868 to Archibald Kerr and Christina nee Campbell.


A.E.C. Kerr, M.I.M.E. (London), instructed in Engineering Drawing at the Ballarat School of Mines <1896-1916>.[1]


'KERR.-On September 20, at private hospital, Ballarat, Ethel May Ellison, of 1214 Sturt street, Ballarat, beloved wife of the late Alfred Ernest Campbell Kerr, and loved mother of Alfred, Ethel (Mrs. C. Shawman), Campbell, Jean (Mrs. E. Berriman), Jessie (Mrs. J. Hocking), and Maisie (Mrs. R. King).'[2]


Alfred Ernest Campbell Kerr died 18 December 1939 in Victoria (Australia).

Legacy

Family

Archibald Kerr married Christina Campbell

--+ Alfred Ernest Campbell Kerr (c1868-1939) married Ethel May Ellison Dixon (?-1953)

--.--+ Alfred Dixon Kerr (?-1977)

--.--+ Ethel Campbell Kerr (1912-?) married C. Shawman

--.--+ Jean Kerr married E. Berriman

--.--+ Jessie Campbell Kerr married James Harold Hocking

--.--+ May Campbell Kerr married Frederick Russell King


See also

Ballarat School of Mines

Ballarat Technical Art School

Phoenix Foundry

Notes


References

  1. Ballarat School of Mines Prospectus A, 1916-7, Science and Engineering.
  2. The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 21 September 1953, page 10.


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--Beth Kicinski 21:10, 13 November 2015 (AEDT)

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