Richard Ince

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History

R. Ince was a tailor operating from premises on Clarendon Street, Ballarat in 1887.[1]

Legacy

Obituary

VERY SUDDEN DEATH. .
AN OLD BALLARAT RESIDENT'S END
Mr. Richard Ince, of Ballarat, who was paying a visit to Melbourne, died very suddenly at the Victoria Coffee Palace, Collins-street, last night. Mr. Ince, who was 72 years of age, was a well-known resident of Ballarat, where he had conducted a flourishing tailoring business and brought up a family. Yesterday he married again, and, it is said, intended with his young wife to take a trip to the old country. He took a room at the Victoria Coffee Palace, and purposed catching the R.M.S. Ophir at Adelaide per express train. Soon after Mr. and Mrs. Ince had retired, at 9 p.m., the former was taken ill, and collapsed. Dr. Officer, in response to a telephone call for assistance, attended promptly, but on his arrival, at about 9.40 p.m., found Mr. Ince dead. The coroner has been notified. The deceased gentleman was widely known and highly respected throughout this and other States, and will be deeply regretted. He leaves a grown up family. Messrs. Ince Bros., tailors, of Swanston-street, are his sons.[2]

Family

See also

Old Colonists' Association

Tailors

Notes


References

  1. Rogers, J. W. F. (ed.). (c. 1887). The Australasian Federal Directory of Commerce, Trades & Professions. Melbourne: J. W. F. Rogers.
  2. The Age, 04 February 1903.


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--Beth Kicinski 13:31, 16 November 2012 (EST); --Clare K.Gervasoni 22:18, 6 June 2017 (AEST)

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