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James COLLIERAge: 7818461925

Name
James COLLIER
Given names
James
Surname
COLLIER
Birth July 12, 1846
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

James Collier (1846-1925), writer, was born on 12 July 1846 at Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland, son of James Collier, handloom weaver, and his wife Janet, née Dickson."

Education
Read classics and mathematics
between 1863 and 1867 (Age 16)
School or college: University of St. Andrew's
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

" in 1863 went to the University of St Andrews where he read classics and mathematics until 1867 but failed to pay the fee that graduation entailed."

Education
Studied medicine
between 1868 and 1869 (Age 21)
School or college: University of Edinburgh
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

" In 1868-69 he studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh."

Immigration 1882 (Age 35)
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

"in 1882 he migrated to New Zealand."

Occupation
Parliamentary Librarian
1885 (Age 38)
Employer: Government of New Zealand
Publication: Web Site
Immigration 1895 (Age 48)
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

" In 1895 Collier settled in Sydney."

Religious marriageFlorence Elizabeth Wildbredt DURRANTView this family
May 18, 1905 (Age 58)
Address: St. Andrew's Anglican Cathedral
Citation details: 3381/1905 COLLIER JAMES DURRANT FLORENCE E W SYDNEY
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

"On 18 May 1905 at St Andrew's Anglican Cathedral, Collier married Florence Elizabeth Wildbredt, eldest daughter of a baronet Sir William Durrant of Scotlow Hall, Norfolk; they later lived at St Helena, Manly."

Death before June 22, 1925 (Age 78)
Address: St. Ronan's Private Hospital
Citation details: 8673/1925 COLLIER JAMES JAMES JANE MANLY
Citation details: 13 October 2014
Text:

In part:

"James Collier died from senile dementia in St Ronan’s Private Hospital in Manly in June 1925 and was buried in Manly Cemetery."

Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

"Survived by his wife but childless, Collier died at St Ronan's Private Hospital, Manly, on 21 June 1925 and was buried in the Presbyterian section of Manly cemetery."

Burial June 22, 1925
Address: Presbyterian portion, section U
Cemetery: Manly General
Citation details: 13 October 2014
Text:

In part:

"James Collier died from senile dementia in St Ronan’s Private Hospital in Manly in June 1925 and was buried in Manly Cemetery."

Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

"Survived by his wife but childless, Collier died at St Ronan's Private Hospital, Manly, on 21 June 1925 and was buried in the Presbyterian section of Manly cemetery."

Source: Manly Council
Citation details: Research/ManlyCemetery/Grave Register Mixed Denomination Pt 1,pdf
Family with Florence Elizabeth Wildbredt DURRANT - View this family
himself
James COLLIER
Birth: July 12, 1846Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: before June 22, 1925Manly, , New South Wales, Australia
wife
Marriage: May 18, 1905Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia
George William R L GAUDIE + Florence Elizabeth Wildbredt DURRANT - View this family
wife’s husband
wife
Marriage: about 1925Sydney, , New South Wales, Australia

BirthAustralian Dictionary of Biography - Online Edition
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

James Collier (1846-1925), writer, was born on 12 July 1846 at Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland, son of James Collier, handloom weaver, and his wife Janet, née Dickson."

EducationAustralian Dictionary of Biography - Online Edition
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

" in 1863 went to the University of St Andrews where he read classics and mathematics until 1867 but failed to pay the fee that graduation entailed."

EducationAustralian Dictionary of Biography - Online Edition
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

" In 1868-69 he studied medicine at the University of Edinburgh."

ImmigrationAustralian Dictionary of Biography - Online Edition
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

"in 1882 he migrated to New Zealand."

OccupationAustralian Dictionary of Biography - Online Edition
Publication: Web Site
ImmigrationAustralian Dictionary of Biography - Online Edition
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

" In 1895 Collier settled in Sydney."

MarriageC - Marriages Registered in New South Wales
Citation details: 3381/1905 COLLIER JAMES DURRANT FLORENCE E W SYDNEY
MarriageAustralian Dictionary of Biography - Online Edition
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

"On 18 May 1905 at St Andrew's Anglican Cathedral, Collier married Florence Elizabeth Wildbredt, eldest daughter of a baronet Sir William Durrant of Scotlow Hall, Norfolk; they later lived at St Helena, Manly."

DeathC - Deaths Registered in New South Wales
Citation details: 8673/1925 COLLIER JAMES JAMES JANE MANLY
DeathEmails - John Morecombs
Citation details: 13 October 2014
Text:

In part:

"James Collier died from senile dementia in St Ronan’s Private Hospital in Manly in June 1925 and was buried in Manly Cemetery."

DeathAustralian Dictionary of Biography - Online Edition
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

"Survived by his wife but childless, Collier died at St Ronan's Private Hospital, Manly, on 21 June 1925 and was buried in the Presbyterian section of Manly cemetery."

BurialEmails - John Morecombs
Citation details: 13 October 2014
Text:

In part:

"James Collier died from senile dementia in St Ronan’s Private Hospital in Manly in June 1925 and was buried in Manly Cemetery."

BurialAustralian Dictionary of Biography - Online Edition
Publication: Web Site
Text:

In part:

"Survived by his wife but childless, Collier died at St Ronan's Private Hospital, Manly, on 21 June 1925 and was buried in the Presbyterian section of Manly cemetery."

BurialManly Council
Citation details: Research/ManlyCemetery/Grave Register Mixed Denomination Pt 1,pdf