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George Allen PATERSONAge: 60 years19131973

Name
George Allen PATERSON
Given names
George Allen
Surname
PATERSON
Birth 1913 47 46
Education
Death of a maternal grandfatherWilliam SAXTON
April 10, 1924 (Age 11 years)
Note: Will & Probate records at PROV North Melbourne :- Series VPRS 28 , consignment P0003, unit Nr 1…
Death of a fatherJohn PATERSON
August 31, 1932 (Age 19 years)
Cause: Pneumonia & phemeral thrombosis
Death of a maternal grandmotherAgnes GRAY
December 5, 1933 (Age 20 years) Age: 91
Military
WW2
between 1940 and 1945 (Age 27 years)

Death of a motherAnnie SAXTON
December 17, 1949 (Age 36 years)
Death of a brotherWilliam Buist PATERSON
1968 (Age 55 years)
Death of a brotherjohn Gray “Jock” PATERSON
February 1971 (Age 58 years) Age: 63
Occupation
1929 worked at Brown, Corke & Co in Numurkah, made manager in 1946 and director in 1963 .Ironmonger (1936 electoral roll)
yes

Death May 9, 1973 (Age 60 years)
Source: vic
AddressGray St, Numurkah, Victoria (1936 electoral roll)yes

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mother
elder sister
2 years
elder sister
2 years
elder brother
John PATERSON
Birth: May 1900 34 33Numurkah, Victoria, Australia
Death: February 12, 1901Kilmore, Victoria
6 years
elder sister
-2 years
elder brother
6 years
elder brother
john Gray “Jock” PATERSON
Birth: 1907 41 40Numurkah, Victoria, Australia
Death: February 1971Mooroopna Hospital, Victoria, Australia
3 years
elder sister
Nancy PATERSON
Birth: February 9, 1910 44 43Victoria, Australia
Death: September 12, 1910Victoria, Australia
elder brother
Bruce PATERSON
Birth: February 9, 1910 44 43Victoria, Australia
Death: June 1, 1910Numurkah, VIC
brother
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himself
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wife
daughter
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son
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Deathvic
Note

He was an accomplished cricket player and tennis player and musician. Played with the Numurkah town band for over forty years as a cornet player, becoming bandmaster after WW2 and leading to many successes in district competitions. He played in top army bands and was much sort after bugler in Army ceremonial parades across Australia. Appointed organist from 1937 at the Presbyterian church until his death.

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