Robert Kerr (1)

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History

Robert Kerr was a traveller for J. Hollway and Sons' Foundry for over 40 years.

Legacy

Family

Obituary

":By a wide circle of friends the news of the death early yesterday morning, of Mr Robert Ken, who for 43 years was traveller for Messrs John Hollway and Sons, will be received with sincere regret. A native of Glasgow, he came to Victoria with his parents in 1854. They settled at Buninyong, where Mr Kerr’s early days were spent. For many years he had resided in Ballarat and only recently retired from his position as traveller. He took a keen interest in Free masonry and was Postmaster of the Yarrowee Masonic Lodge, Past Grand-Lodge Officer of the united Grand Lodge of Victoria, pastmaster of St. George’s Mark Lodge, Past Grand Officer of the United Lodge of the Mark Mason s Lodge of Victoria, and Life-Governor of the Freemason’s Homes of Victoria. He was a life member of the Old Colonists' Association, and a member of the Loyal Ballarat Lodge, M.U.1.0.0.F. Mr Kerr was 76 years of age.[1]

See also

J. Hollway and Sons' Foundry

Notes


References

  1. Ballarat Star, 21 August 1923.


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--Clare K.Gervasoni 15:20, 10 June 2020 (AEST)

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