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Title: Alice Gregg
Date of Death: 1943?
Date of Birth: 0000-00-00
Place of Birth: South Australia
Place of Death: Melrose (S. Aust.)
Occupation: Pioneer
Biographical notes: Alice came to the Territory to join her husband, a railway engine driver, in 1888. She was one of 82 women who enrolled to vote in 1895 at Palmerston; at the time she was a mother of four. The family lived at 2 ½ mile first and then moved to Pine Creek. She lost her first son three days before giving birth to another boy. The family moved back to South Australia in 1901. Alice had 12 children during her lifetime.
Related link: James, Barbara, Helen J. Wilson, and Joanne Van Os. Occupation, Citizen : The Story of Northern Territory Women and the Vote (1894-96). Darwin, N.T.: B. James, 1995.
Subject: Women
Suffrage
Northern Territory
History
Citation address: https://hdl.handle.net/10070/227713
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