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Sir Herbert Ramsay (1868–1924)

from Sydney Morning Herald

Sir Herbert Ramsay, n.d.

Sir Herbert Ramsay, n.d.

from Pastoral Review, 16 August 1924

After he had been ailing for a considerable period with paralysis, the death occurred on Friday at his residence, "Ben View," Orange, of Sir Herbert Ramsay, Bart., aged 66 years. A native of Liverpool, England, he came to Australia 36 years ago. Ever since he has been connected with the New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Company. He resided at Orange for the last two years. Mr. Alexander Ramsay, his eldest son, of the staff of McLachlan and Campbell, solicitors, of Orange, succeeds to the title, which dates back to the time of King George III.

Deceased leaves a widow and four children–Miss Marjory Ramsay, at present in England, Mrs. Entwistle (England), Mrs. Bateman-Champagne (India), and Miss Ramsay (Australia).

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Sir Herbert Ramsay, n.d.

Sir Herbert Ramsay, n.d.

from Pastoral Review, 16 August 1924

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Liverpool, Lancashire, England


23 May, 1924 (aged ~ 56)
Orange, New South Wales, Australia

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