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Browne, Everard (1864–1926)

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The death is announced from London of Mr. Everard Browne, formerly of Cororooke House, Colac. Deceased was a son of Mr. T. A. Browne ('Rolf Boldrewood') and settled in the Colac district some twenty years ago, after a highly successful experience on the goldfields of West Australia. Whilst residing in the Western district of Victoria he became widely known and respected, taking an active interest in public, sporting and social affairs until a few years back, when he met with a serious accident, being thrown from a waggonette and sustaining a fractured skull. He was a noted polo player, a dashing cricketer, and a lover of field shooting. He was married to a daughter of Mr. A. Chirnside, Werribee Park, and leaves two grown-up daughters.

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'Browne, Everard (1864–1926)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/browne-everard-15131/text26325, accessed 27 September 2021.

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