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Eric Macarthur Morrison (1891–1945)

Mr. Eric Macarthur Morrison, 54, of Broadlands, Bairnsdale, after experiencing varying stages of good and poor health for some years. died in a private hospital in Melbourne on Wednesday. He was a member of J. A. Morrison and Sonis, a well known Gippsland pastoral firm. He was a member of the staff of the Bank of New South Wales before enlisting in the First World War, and on being invalided home he was appointed to an executive position in the London office of the bank. Returning to Australia, he relinquished his banking career and joined his late father and his brother, Alan, in pastoral pursuits. His mother was a daughter of the late Andrew Macarthur, of Bairnsdale. He was well arid popularly known in Sale and some years ago took part regularly in the Sale golf tournaments. The funeral to the Springvale Crematorium was private.

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'Morrison, Eric Macarthur (1891–1945)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 21 July 2024.

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5 April, 1891
Bairnsdale, Victoria, Australia


March, 1945 (aged 53)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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