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Walter Charles Kernot (1863–1941)



The death occurred at his home in Ryrie st., Geelong, yesterday, of Mr. Walter C. Kernot, 76. who was bom in Geelong. After completing his studies as a chemist at Ballarat he took over his father's business in Moorabool st., Geelong. He was a city auditor for 25 years, a Past Master of the Geelong Freemasons' Lodge of Unity and Prudence, for many years a member of the Geelong Hospital committee, a life member of the Corio Club, a foundation member and secretary of the council of the Geelong Church of England Girls' Grammar School, and first provincial chairman of the Pharmaceutical Council of Victoria, and a member of the council for 30 years. He is survived by a widow, two daughters Mrs. G. Volum and Miss Betty Kernot, the well-known golfer and one son. Mr. Ken W. Kernot, of Geelong. The funeral will take place at Springvale to-day after a service at Christ Church at 10 a.m.

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