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Vivian Godfrey Archer (1886–1944)

Mr. Vivian Godfrey Archer, of Wanora Downs, Winton (Qld), member of a well known Tasmanian family, died at the age of 57. He left Tasmania when a young man, and in 1910 bought Wanora Downs. He served with the 11th Australian Light Horse Regiment in the First World War. He leaves a wife, one son, and two daughters. The son holds the AIF number QX1. Three brothers in Tasmania are Messrs. Charles Archer, George Town, Evelyn S. Archer, of Launceston, and Gerald Edward Archer, of Landfall, East Tamar.

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'Archer, Vivian Godfrey (1886–1944)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 19 May 2024.

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