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Henry Howard Morrison (1861–1908)

from Argus

Among the obituary notices this morning is that of Mr Henry Howard Morrison, merchant, of Flinders Lane whose death in his 47th year took place yesterday at East Melbourne, and will be deeply regretted by a large circle of business associates and intimate friends by whom he was held in high esteem. He was the third son of the late Dr Morrison and a nephew of Mr George Morrison of Geelong College. He was a prominent footballer of his time and for several years was captain of the Melbourne Football Club. Mrs Morrison has survived her husband and there is a family of one daughter and three sons. His funeral will take place this afternoon.

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'Morrison, Henry Howard (1861–1908)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/morrison-henry-howard-14241/text25286, accessed 24 July 2024.

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1861
East Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Death

22 May, 1908 (aged ~ 47)
East Melbourne, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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