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Margaret Isabella Outhwaite (1871–1964)

Educated at “Ruyton,” Kew. Daughter of Nicholas Maine, Esq., of Co. Antrim Ireland. For 27 years Resident Secretary, A. M. P. Society, Melbourne, and Margaret McCrae, who was a daughter of Andrew Murison McCrae, W. S. Edinburgh, who arrived in Port Phillip in 1838.

Wife of Edward Walter Outhwaite.

Two daughters: Helen Margaret, Jocelyn. Only son, Maine Outhwaite, educated at C. E. G. S., Melbourne, and now of “Milby” Station, Condoblin, N. S. W.

COMMITTEES. Time and Talents Society, Ladies’ Harbour Lights Guild, Lady Northcote Free Kindergarten, Malvern Baby Health Centre, Member of Victoria League, English Speaking Union, Alliance Francaise.

HOBBIES. Music, Art.

CLUB. Alexandra.

ADDRESS. “Yarook,” Malvern Road, Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria.

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  • Maine, Margaret Isabella

Kew, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


1964 (aged ~ 93)
Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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