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Jenner, Gulielina Bertha (Gulie) (1874–1972)

Daughter of Sir Frederick Thomas Sargood, K. C. M. G., M. L. C., and Marian Australia Rolfe—Mother arrived in Australia in 1849.

Wife of Leslie Jenner, Esq., of Toorak, Melbourne, Vice-president of Young Men’s Christian Association and Austin Hospital; Member of Committee of the Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institute; Victorian Benevolent Society; Boys and Girls’ Employment; Montague Boys’ Club; Big Brother Movement; Member, Lord Mayor’s Committee. Son of Hon. C. J. Jenner and Eliza Ann New, both pioneers of 1850.

Family, two daughters; both married. Moyra Gulielina (Mrs. Murray Buntine, 3 children); Cecily Marian (Mrs. Hamilton Clark, no family). Both educated at Church of England Grammar School, Geelong.

ACTIVITIES. Vice-president on Women’s Committee of Y. M. C. A. for Soldiers’ Club; Hon. Organiser on Canteen of Y. M. C. A. for Sailors of British and American Fleets. On the Committees of the Time and Talents Society (member for 43 years). Interested in and working for Young Women’s Christian Association, Church of England Streets and Lanes, Presbyterian Babies’ Home. Interested in Salvation Army rescue work, and Social Welfare and Philanthropic Movements.

HOBBIES. Antiques, Reading, Needlework, Gardening, Home Life.

ADDRESS. 28 Grange Road, Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria.

Original Publication

  • Who's Who of the World of Women (Reference Press Association), v 2, 1934 (view original)

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'Jenner, Gulielina Bertha (Gulie) (1874–1972)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/jenner-gulielina-bertha-gulie-18912/text30536, accessed 21 July 2019.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Sargood, Gulielina Bertha
Birth

7 September 1874
St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Death

September 1972
Cambrian Hill, Victoria, Australia

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