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Blanche Dorothy (Dorothy) Grantham (1888–1972)

Dorothy Grantham

Dorothy Grantham

Born, Coree Station, Riverina, New South Wales.

Daughter of the late David McCaughey, of Coree Station, and formerly of Ireland, and Mrs. John Fisken, of Melbourne Mansions, Melbourne, Victoria.

Wife of Thomas Grantham, Esq., son of the late George Grantham, Esq., of Melbourne.

Family, one son and two daughters: Thomas Roy, educated at Church of England Grammar School, Geelong, Victoria; Deirdre, Monica, both daughters educated at Bedgbury Park, Kent, England.

HOBBIES. Travel.

CLUB. Alexandra.

ADDRESS. “Thurloo,” Irving Rd., Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria.

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Dorothy Grantham

Dorothy Grantham

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Alternative Names
  • McCaughey, Blanche Dorothy

21 September, 1888
Jerilderie, New South Wales, Australia


27 October, 1972 (aged 84)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia