Macdonald Dictionary Record: Edwin Rowland Guinness
George Ranald Macdonald
One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for Edwin Rowland Guinness. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
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Marks/Inscriptions: 2 remained with Guinness and he Cen and was finally general manager of Grimness Pyne Gould Guinness. e was elected a mem be of the Timaru Harb. Bd. in '96 He was Mayor of Timaru in 1914-17. He was Pres. of the C.C.O.B.A. in 1925 marr. 14.4.86 al Likes. Ch.Ch. by Dean Jacobs Florence Annie, eldest dau of John Plait2d of Melbourne. He d. at Timaru 14.6.17 30 ag 78. 4 sons 1 dau. family. N.Z.E F Edwin Rowland educ. X's Coll 1904-00 . Lunt. 32 Reinforcements 1914 we Sheep farmer, Glen tanner Arthur Grattan, educ X's Coll 1907 Lieut. 3 p Reinforcements N.Z.E.F killed action 12.10.1917 Francis Benjamin Hart educ. X's Coll 1907 . Lieut 2' enforcement5s N.Z.R.F killed in action , Gallipoli 1915 The firm of Gunns + Le Cree joined in the merger which became Pyne Gould Gunners. 1919-20; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer
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