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Alfred John Noall (1865–1939)

Alfred John Noall, 1905 Sarony

Alfred John Noall, 1905 Sarony

Punch (Melbourne), 26 October 1905, p 19

Mr. A. J. Noall, senior partner of William Noall and Son, one of the oldest sharebroking firms In Victoria, died on Thursday evening. Mr. Noall, who was 74 years old, was a former chairman of the Stock Exchange of Melbourne, and is survived by a widow, three daughters, and three sons. In announcing the death of Mr. Noall, the chairman of the Exchange (Mr. W. Forster Woods) said he was a man who commanded the respect of everyone. Mr. Noall was the oldest member of the Exchange, and on Tuesday would have completed fifty years of service with the institution. His father had been a member and his son was a member. Mr. Noall was elected a memoer of the Exchange in 1889, and was a committeeman from March, 1902, to October, 1911, and also from October, 1913 to September, 1923. He was chairman from 1905 to 1908, and from 1919 to 1920.

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Alfred John Noall, 1905 Sarony

Alfred John Noall, 1905 Sarony

Punch (Melbourne), 26 October 1905, p 19

Life Summary [details]

Birth

26 June, 1865
St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Death

30 November, 1939 (aged 74)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Religious Influence

Includes the religion in which subjects were raised, have chosen themselves, attendance at religious schools and/or religious funeral rites; Atheism and Agnosticism have been included.

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