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Stewart, Catherine Marie (?–1955)

Catherine Marie Stewart

Catherine Marie Stewart

Broothorn

Daughter of James and Frances Gallier.

Educated at Whiton (Convent of Mercy), Warrnambool.

Wife of Dr. Douglas Edward Stewart, M. D., Edin.; one of the first winners of the Tasmanian Scholarship, known as the old T. S.; practised in Brunswick for 43 years; his father, William Robert Stewart, M. D., was a very early settler in Tasmania, and practised in Hobart as far back as 90 years ago, and was a member of a distinguished medical family.

INTERESTS. Treasurer of Brunswick Creche; Vice-president of Benevolent Society for many years, and an ardent worker in all philanthropic work.

HOBBIES. Art, Stitchery, Outdoor Sports, Golf, Swimming, Tennis.

CLUBS. Quamby, Metropolitan, Yarra Golf Clubs.

ADDRESS. Alcaston House, Spring Street, Melbourne, Victoria.

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'Stewart, Catherine Marie (?–1955)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/stewart-catherine-marie-19386/text30819, accessed 2 July 2022.

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Catherine Marie Stewart

Catherine Marie Stewart

Broothorn

Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Gallier, Catherine Marie
Death

16 April, 1955
Devonport, Tasmania, Australia

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