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Lewis Joseph (Lew) Fox (1867–1939)

After a long illness, the death occurred yesterday of Mr. Lewis Joseph Fox, who was recognised as an authority on all bridge subjects. He was one of a noted family, including Mr. David Fox, official scorer of the Victorian Cricket Association, and the late Mr. Joel Fox, manager of the Equity Trustee Co; Mr. E. Phillips Fox, the artist; and Mr. M. P. Fox, of the legal firm of Messrs. Phillips, Fox, and Masel. Mr. Lewis Fox had been a member of the Commercial Travellers' Association for about 50 years, and was in his 73rd year. He has left a widow. The funeral will leave the Jewish funeral chapel of W. G. Apps and Sons Pty. Ltd, corner of Pitt and Canning streets, at 2.30 p.m. to-day, for the Melbourne General Cemetery, Fawkner.

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Victoria, Australia


22 June, 1939 (aged ~ 72)
St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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