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Eleanor Mary Crossman (1862–1945)

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Born, South Yarra, Melbourne. Daughter of the late Joseph Anderson Panton, C. M. G., F. R. G. S., Chief Metropolitan Magistrate of Melbourne (born in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, was a nephew of Colonel Joseph Anderson, Peninsular veteran, and one of Victoria’s early pioneers), and Eleanor Fulton (daughter of Colonel John Fulton, Madras Infantry).

Widow of the late Reginald Crossman, youngest son of the late James Hiscuit Crossman, formerly of Chigwell, Essex, England.

Family, only daughter: Natalie Gordon, educated at Toorak College, the wife of Alex. Sloane, “Mulwala" Station, N. S. W.

COMMITTEES. Hon. Member, Royal Geographical and Historical Society, and Council Member of the Victoria League in Victoria.

HOBBIES. Painting, Music and Reading.

CLUB. Alexandra, Melbourne.

ADDRESS. 470 Punt Hill, South Yarra, Melbourne.

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'Crossman, Eleanor Mary (1862–1945)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/crossman-eleanor-mary-18930/text30546, accessed 24 April 2024.

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