David Kerr

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::KERR.—On May 1, at Ballarat, Rachel Kerr, the beloved wife of the late David Kerr, of Fassifern, Buninyong, in her 99th year.<ref>The Argus, 02 May 1949.</ref>
  
 
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[[Old Colonists' Association]]
 
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[[Kerr's Jam]], Buninyong
  
 
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::CHOKED BY A LACE COLLAR
 
::CHOKED BY A LACE COLLAR
 
::BALLARAT, Tuesday.
 
::BALLARAT, Tuesday.

Latest revision as of 13:38, 25 May 2020

Contents

History

David Kerr was a member of the Ballarat Old Colonists' Association.

Legacy

Family

KERR.—On May 1, at Ballarat, Rachel Kerr, the beloved wife of the late David Kerr, of Fassifern, Buninyong, in her 99th year.[1]

See also

Old Colonists' Association

Kerr's Jam, Buninyong

Notes

CHOKED BY A LACE COLLAR
BALLARAT, Tuesday.
A lace collar is stated to have been re sponsible for the death from suffocation of Miss Martha Kerr, sister of Mr. David-Kerr, ex-M.L.A., mayor ot Buninyong. Miss Korr was found dead in her room, and Dr. Longden in his report of the post mortem examination to the coroner stated that deceased was probably overcome by a fainting turn, and had become asphyxiated by the tightness of the lace collar she wore.[2]

References

  1. The Argus, 02 May 1949.
  2. The Age, 12 January 1910.


Further Reading

External links


--Clare K.Gervasoni 14:45, 13 April 2019 (AEST)

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