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Alice Newell (?–?)

Alice Newell,

Alice Newell,

Jack Cato

Born, Molesey, England.

Daughter of the late John Waterhouse and Mrs. Mary Brough, of London, England, who arrived in Australia about the year 1883, where the late Mr. Waterhouse followed his profession as a qualified Mining Engineer.

Wife of Lt. Colonel Francis Sargent Newell, Solicitor, of Melbourne; born in Boston, U. S. A.; son of the late Andrew Newell, of Boston, U. S. A.

Family, four boys and two girls: Andrew Brough, Solicitor; Geoffrey Francis, Wool Classer; James Waterhouse, Science Research; Edward Sargent; Lucy Colgate, Artist; Mary Midgley, Science Student, Melbourne University. Boys educated at Melbourne Grammar School; girls at St. Catherine's.

INTERESTS. Member of Arts and Crafts Society. An exhibitor at the Victorian Artists’ Society, The Athenaeum and Arts and Crafts Rooms.

HOBBIES. Art, Gardening.

CLUB. Lyceum.

ADDRESS. “Sha-Meen, ” Punt Road, South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria.

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Alice Newell,

Alice Newell,

Jack Cato

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  • Waterhouse, Alice
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