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Smyth, Beryl (1895–1977)

Born, South Yarra. Daughter of William Southwick and Mary Southwick [Mary ('Mipp') Jane Hindmarsh], of South Yarra, Melbourne. Wife of Weston Lee Smyth [married 14 April 1923 at at Christ Church, South Yarra]. Two sons: Lee Southwick, aged 10 years; Neil Weston, aged 6 years.

COMMITTEES. Treasurer, Queen Victoria Hospital Kiosk Auxiliary; Member of Homoeopathic Ladies Aid Association.

HOBBIES. Gardening and Needlework.

ADDRESS. Rockley Road, South Yarra, Melbourne.

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  • wedding, Table Talk, 26 April 1923, p 28

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  • Southwick, Beryl

South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


1977 (aged ~ 82)
Prahran, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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