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James de Quetteville Robin (1845–1900)

from Albury Banner and Wodonga Express

The Rev. J. de Q. [James de Quetteville] Robin, M.A., of the Barkly-street Wesleyan Church, Ballarat East, died on Saturday from heart disease, at the age of 55 years. Mr. Robin, who came from Adelaide, studied for the ministry while in the employment of James Service and Co., and after graduating at the Melbourne University he entered tbe church in 1865. His wife, a daughter of the late Rev J. Waterhouse, died a year ago, and last Christmas one of his sons was drowned near Geelong. Another of his sons is in the service of the Bank of Australia, Melbourne. Mr. Robin some 30 years ago was stationed in the Ovens district.

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'Robin, James de Quetteville (1845–1900)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 27 May 2024.

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Life Summary [details]


5 July, 1845
Liverpool, Merseyside, England


28 July, 1900 (aged 55)
Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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