Macdonald Dictionary Record: Edward Parkerson

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One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for Edward Parkerson. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
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Marks/Inscriptions: F. 101 Parkerson, Edward 1922) was a son of Dr Burrell Parkerson sent of Ch.Ch. He was educ . at X's Coll 55- 62 and was No 40 on the lest. When the results of the midwinter ExAms were being given out in , Dean Jails said of him " His ats ence would bo felt not only by his master but b y all his school fellows to whom he had become endeared for his great Ani ability of disposition and manner. He played cricket for the College team and for the hinted Club team v. Ashburton Club Nov. 67. He was elected a mem be of the Canty Rowing Club Aug. 686 . He was on the comm. of the hinted C.C. Club Sept 70 and on the Comm. of the new Boating Club May 75, He was for 13 years in Harman + Stevens office and then joined Frederick Thompson as partner Oct 75. Later he joined Harper + Co and for many years was manager of the financial side of that firm. When Harper + Co became bankr npt and Leonard Hamper had to bo appear before the Supreme Court, t was said that he was the only person who could manage . Leonard Harper. He a plied for his discharge from bok ripley and admitted to in ani u latino sims received bey Harper + Co for his own benefit and not accounting for them. He sald Leonard Harper knew what he was doing. He was found guilty and was T of X's Coll . Sch. hist.: 2.11.67 : 17.8.68. 12.9.70 : 21.5.75 :; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer
Marks/Inscriptions: F. 101 sentenced to years unp . fudge Goon Denniston refused to grant his discharge. He went unit farming to Ribbon vale, Cromwell marr. at St. Michaels 23.5.76 Dem Jacobs Ada Jane Mount Newman. she mst have been a relation. She d. 22.4.79 ag : witness Albert Mount NeWman, gent. of Amberley. marr. (2) Eleanor Bourdieu Wilson of Invercargill S.1 00 He d. C orwell 17.6.22 LT. 4.8.93 : 19.4.94 : 3.12.95 : 16.7.96.; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer




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