Robert Dickson

Born:1885 In:  Casino, New South Wales, Australia
Died:July 8 1952 (at age ‎~67‏)In:  Katoomba, NSW

Immediate family

Marie Anna Dickson (born Kracht)
His wife
Thomas Dickson
His father
Elizabeth Dickson (born Hiscock)
His mother
Charlotte Mc Donald (born Dickson)
His sister
Eliza Jane McLean (born Dickson)
His sister
Sarah Ellis (born Dickson)
His sister
John Dickson
His brother
Thomas Alexander Dickson
His brother
Margaret Suffolk (born Dickson)
His sister
Samuel Dickson
His brother
Stewart Dickson
His brother
James A Dickson
His brother

Source citations

Confidence: Direct and primary evidence
Date: July 10 1952
Citation text:

Sydney Morning Herald (NSW)
Publication: July 10 1952 - Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Text: "...Thursday alter service com menclng at 10 30 a m Tor Church of England Cemetery French 1 Forest DICKSON-The Funeral of the late ROBERTDICKSON will leave our

Chapel 4 Carrington Avenue Hurst ville To morrow..."
About this sourcePublisher: Sydney : Charles Kemp and John Fairfax, 1842- Description: v. ; 59 cm. Notes: Digitised as part of the Australian Newspapers service which allows access to historic Australian newspapers. Also available in print and on microfilm. Electronic reproduction. Canberra, A.C.T. : National Library of Australia, 2008- . (Australian newspapers). 1842-1954. Mode of access: World Wide Web. Issued free with Saturday ed.: Good Weekend. The Sydney magazine issued monthly with the Sydney morning herald. From July, 1985 (?) - [1994} Thursday issues in the northern suburbs area included The Northern herald. Life Dates: Vol. 14, no. 1623 (Aug. 1, 1842)- Former Title: Australian free press Sydney herald 1836-0807 Also Titled: Sun-herald Sydney morning herald online Sydney morning herald multi-year cd-rom Sydney morning herald (Weekend Canberra ed.) Place: Australia New South Wales Sydney.
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