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Tassie Constance Warford-Mein (?–1934)

MRS. WARFORD-MEIN (Tassie Constance) (deceased).

Born in Melbourne. Daughter of the late Samuel Thomas Staughton, Esq., B. A., M. L. A., J. P., Grazier, of Eynesbury Station, Melton, and St. Neot’s, South Yarra; represented West Bourke Electorate for twenty years in the Legislative Assembly; who married Elizabeth M. A. Hopkins, Wormbete, Geelong. Wife of Pulteney Warford-Mein, Esq., Retired Pastoralist. [Married 1 June 1909]

Two sons, Adrian John (deceased) and David Pulteney. One daughter, Patricia Constance, who was educated at St. Catherine's, Toorak, and Paris.

COMMITTEES. Member of the Committee of the Ladies’ Work Association; on Committee, Gentlewoman’s Aid Society.

CLUB. Alexandra.

ADDRESS. “Milliara, ” Wallace Avenue, Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria.

Original Publication

Additional Resources

  • wedding, Australasian (Melbourne), 5 June 1909, p 45
  • death notice, Argus (Melbourne), 31 July 1934, p 1
  • probate, Argus (Melbourne), 22 December 1934, p 16

Citation details

'Warford-Mein, Tassie Constance (?–1934)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/warford-mein-tassie-constance-18488/text30147, accessed 18 July 2024.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Staughton, Tassie Constance
Death

29 July, 1934
Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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