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Pearson Ronald Parr
Mr. Ronald Pearson
Dr J Pearson of Hobart has received advice that his younger son Ronald Parr Pearson (20) died of Illness contracted while on active service with the Royal Navy. He was educated at the Hutchins School and the Melbourne Grammar School. Two years ago he left Hobart for England where he joined the Royal Navy as midshipman. An elder brother was killed in the Battle of Narvik last year
The Mercury 24 Mar 1941
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