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Coles, Margaret Gertrude (Greta) (?–?)

Margaret Coles, by Spencer Shier, n.d.

Margaret Coles, by Spencer Shier, n.d.

Who's Who in the World of Women, 1934

Born, Ocean Grove, Victoria.

Daughter of the late C. M. Herbert, of Ludlow, England and Mrs. Herbert. Wife of G. J. Coles, Merchant, Melbourne, son of the late Geo. Coles, Esq.

Family, one son and three daughters: George James, Margaret, Judith, Janice. Daughters educated at St. Catherine’s, Toorak.

CHARITIES. Member of Committee Melbourne District Nursing Baby Health Centre, Mission of St. James and St. John, Committee of Animal Welfare League and Australian Ladies’ Kennel Club.

HOBBIES. Golf, Riding, Art (Dog Lover).

CLUBS. Quamby and Peninsular Golf Club.

ADDRESS. “Ben Ledi,” Kooyong Road, Toorak, Melbourne.

COUNTRY ADDRESS. "Penrith,” Upper Macedon, Victoria.

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Margaret Coles, by Spencer Shier, n.d.

Margaret Coles, by Spencer Shier, n.d.

Who's Who in the World of Women, 1934