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Bertram (Bertie) Cohen (1865–1947)

The death occurred on October 26 of Bertram Cohen, relict of the late Judge J. Cohen, at the residence of her son, Dr. Cedric K. Cohen, 5 Wallaroy Crescent, Double Bay.

She is survived by two sons, Cedric and Colyn, and seven sisters, Mrs. H. Morris, Mrs. Cohen, Mrs. B. Keith Cohen and the Misses Mina, Lilla, Netta and Anys Hollander.

Deceased was a daughter of the late Jacob Hollander, and a granddaughter of the late M. Hollander, of Birmingham, well remembered as the author of several Hebrew books. Mrs. Cohen was an ardent behind-the-scenes worker for several charitable causes, and maintained a great interest in the musical world almost to the day of her death.

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'Cohen, Bertram (Bertie) (1865–1947)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 25 July 2024.

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Alternative Names
  • Hollander, Bertram

Liverpool, Lancashire, England


26 October, 1947 (aged ~ 82)
Double Bay, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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