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Jean Purves Price (1879–1939)

Born Uardry, Hay, New South Wales. Daughter of Charles Mills and Margaret Ainslie Mills, of Uardry, Hay, New South Wales.

Wife of the late Vivian Franklin Lyon Rose Price (who was the second son of Colonel Tom Price, C. B. ), First Lieutenant, Royal Indian Marine (invalided 1913); Lieut-Commander, R. N. 1915; Naval Transport Officer, North Beach, Anzac.

One daughter, Vivian Judith Elizabeth Rose, who received her education at St. Catherine’s, Melbourne; Bedgebury Park, England; and Paris.

COMMITTEES. Member of Committee Lady Northcote Kindergarten; Member of Toorak Branch of Children’s Hospital Auxiliary.

CLUBS. Alexandra, Royal Melbourne.

ADDRESS. “Kimotho,” Landale Road, Toorak, Melbourne. Victoria.

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  • Mills, Jean Purves

Hay, New South Wales, Australia


14 July, 1939 (aged ~ 60)
Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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