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Linda Archer (?–1933)

Mrs. Linda Archer, wife of Mr. G. E. Archer, of Landfall, East Tamar, a well known pastoralist died at her residence early yesterday morning, after a lengthy illness. She was the daughter of the late Rev. Robert Philp, who was president of the Methodist Conference of Victoria and Tasmania in 1905, and was at one time stationed in Launceston. Mr. T. Philp, chief veterinary officer of the Department of Agriculture, is a brother. Mrs. Archer leaves a son and daughter. The funeral, which will be private, will take place at Carr Villa cemetery to-day.

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Alternative Names
  • Philp, Linda

10 November, 1933
East Tamar, Tasmania, Australia

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