Charles Page

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Charles Page

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Charles Service Page, second son of Alfred Page MLC, was articled to Hookey & Young of Hobart, admitted 30 October 1893 and entered into partnership with A.L Williams and opened a branch in Zeehan in 1897. He continued in the Zeehan office of Williams and Page after Williams sold his interests to Murdoch & Jones, who continued to act as Hobart agents, until he returned to Hobart about 1904 and set up practice in Collins Street. He later went into partnership with P.R. Seager. He was President of the Australian Natives Association (Hobart) 1907. He married Violet, daughter of William Burgess.


Zeehan, Hobart

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