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Mima Andrew (1879–1941)

Mima Andrew

Mima Andrew


Born, Yangery Park, Warrnambool, Vic. Educated privately.

Daughter of the late Angus Urquhart, Esq., Pastoralist, and Mrs. Urquhart (nee Jemima Armstrong, of Hexham Park). Wife of the late Dr. Frank Andrew, son of the late Professor Andrew (Natural Philosophy), Melbourne University.

Family, son and daughter: Richard Roderick, educated at Geelong Grammar School; Elsa Helen (Mrs. Andrew Chirnside).

CHARITIES. Vice-president of Prevention of Cruelty to Children; Vice-president of the Animal Welfare League.

HOBBIES. Gardening. Literature (author of several short stories and two plays).

CLUB. Quamby.

ADDRESS. Coolabah, Moralla Rd., Kooyong, Melbourne, Vic.

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Mima Andrew

Mima Andrew


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Alternative Names
  • Urquhart, Mima

6 June, 1879
Yangerry, Victoria, Australia


3 April, 1941 (aged 61)
Kooyong, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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