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Esther Eliza (Ettie) Thackeray (1875–?)

Esther Eliza Thackeray

Esther Eliza Thackeray


Born, Melbourne. Daughter of Robert Anderson, Esq., of Manchester, England, and Rachael Mary Anderson (nee Edwards), born in Edinburgh, Scotland.

Wife of James Thackeray, Managing Director of Messrs. H. R. Carter & Co. Pty. Ltd., Flour and Grain Merchants, of Melbourne.

Family, three sons and one daughter: sons, William Colin (deceased), Robert Harlech. James Digby, all educated at Wesley College; daughter, Esther Winsome Lorraine, educated at Church of England Girls' Grammar School.

COMMITTEES. President of the East St. Kilda Women's Hospital Auxiliary, Vice-president of St. Kilda section of St. John and St. Jame’s Mission; Member of the Seamen’s Mission; Australia Women's National League, and English Speaking Union.

HOBBIES. Reading, Music, Gardening.

ADDRESS. “White Lodge,” Marine Parade, St. Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria.

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Esther Eliza Thackeray

Esther Eliza Thackeray


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  • Anderson, Esther Eliza

South Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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