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Joseph D. Lee (1867–1937)

The death occurred at Kingaroy on Monday night of Mr. Joseph D. Lee, who for 22 years was manager of the Commercial Bank of Australia, Kingaroy. Born at Wallumbilla, 70 years ago, a son of the late Mr. A. Lee, police magistrate at Nanango in the eighties, he joined the Commercial Bank, and served in Brisbane and Vitoria before going to Kingaroy to open a branch of the bank there. He retired in 1932, and since then had carried on business as a commission agent. He was a foundation member of the school of arts, and also was actively connected with the Citizens' Band, Kingaroy Jockey Club, and Church of England, and was a trustee of the repatriation committee. He leaves a widow and two daughters.

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'Lee, Joseph D. (1867–1937)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 25 June 2024.

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Wallumbilla, Queensland, Australia


28 June, 1937 (aged ~ 70)
Kingaroy, Queensland, Australia

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