Macdonald Dictionary Record: Arthur Bakewell White Parsons

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One record, handwritten in ink on rectangular card, with biographical information for Arthur Bakewell White Parsons. Written by George Ranald Macdonald for the Macdonald Dictionary of Canterbury Biography project, 1952-1964.
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Marks/Inscriptions: P. 143 White Parsons , Arthur Bakewell (1848 -97) w as a trained chemist and also did extraction s when asked. He was unregistered as a dentist and was sued for an unskilled extraction. He said he had been extraction 8 for. years and had neglected to register ; he did nol know the scent ilie name the various teeth. He won this case . Man. 84. He was a great C. of E . man and helped Holy Trinity, Lylt. He was very fond of the races and used to set off in a shiny top hat with glasses over his shoulder, but never offered to take his wif e and family He was born at Hobart 16.1.48 . He served his time first w itea Wilkins on At Hobart t and then w ith Bayfield at Lylt. He lived in Lylt. on what had been S proudest house. He went into part with Mrs Bay field in her Lylt. Chemist 3 shop June 72 . Mrs Bayfield withdrew Nov. 77 marr. 7.8.73 at Holy Trinity , Lylt. Rev. . Pember Amy eldest dau o R. Filth of Lances ton , Tasmania relation of Filth. artist. she was born 21.12.48 , left Tas mania for N.Z and was wrecked in the Rangitoto He d. 3.10.97 ag 4ar. 2 sous 4 daus fam. inf. LT 8.8.73 : 6.3.84 : 21.9.97.; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer
Marks/Inscriptions: A.B. While Parsons F. 143 family. Amy Florence marr. 9.9.97 Joseph Owen 4' son E. Amyes of Hornby T15.9.88 arthur burgh ari.) Alice Pavitt. 4 of family Winifred, Edna +Douglas C.E. Horace master marriner. later Harbour master marr . Ethel Cook family Hia; Tui Peter missing at soa Violet Mand marr. Gordon Creasy bank manager, Lances ton d.41942 Opar; Type of mark: Machine translation/Transcription; Notes: Machine translation by Mark Fryer




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