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Paul Jerome Timmins (1895–1954)

At his residence No. 3 Karlula Street, Lane Cove, the death occurred on December 5th, of Paul Jerome Timmins, formerly on the staff of the Bank of N.S.W. at Gilgandra, about 1920. The late Mr. Timmins was a veteran of World War I and was a prominent citizen in our midst after the first war. He took a most active part in the R.S.L. and was universally popular amongst all sections of the community. After leaving Gilgandra, where Mr. Timmins married Miss Ruth Willis, who was then on the staff of Beveridge and Serisier, he was attached to head office and resided at Bondi. During the Bank Nationalisation case he was actively engaged in opposing the measure and toured all parts of the State. He leaves his widow and three children —Gordon, Willis and Anne.

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'Timmins, Paul Jerome (1895–1954)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 26 May 2024.

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5 January, 1895
Oberon, New South Wales, Australia


5 December, 1954 (aged 59)
Lane Cove, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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