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T. H. Ivey (1840–1917)

Mr. T. H. Ivey, who was for a number of years manager of the Bank of New South Wales, Sydney, died at his residence on the 2nd inst. after a short illness, aged 77 years. He served the bank continuously for half a century, entering its service at the Melbourne branch in 1862. Later in the same year he was transferred to Dunedin (N.Z.), and in 1865 was appointed accountant at Geelong. Two years later he was acting manager at the Wellington (N.S.W.) branch, and a few months afterwards was given the position of manager at Hamilton (Vic.). His next appointment was as assistant accountant at Ballarat in 1869, and in the same year he was transferred to Auckland, where he was accountant, and then in 1871 acting manager. In 1889 he received the appointment of manager at the head office. He remained in that position for nine years, and in 1908 was made assistant general manager and chief inspector. After four years in that position he retired, in 1912. Mr. Ivey was well known and highly respected in business circles throughout Australia.

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'Ivey, T. H. (1840–1917)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/ivey-t-h-520/text521, accessed 19 May 2024.

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Life Summary [details]

Birth

1840

Death

2 January, 1917 (aged ~ 77)
Darling Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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