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Robinson George Ronald
Born 26 Aug 1904 at Spring Bay Tasmania, George Ronald Robinson was the son of Harry Robinson and Jane Pearce. He is buried at Cornelian Bay Cemetery.
The Mercury 16th July 1942
DEATH OF SOLDIER
Staff-Sgt. Ronald George Robinson (37) married, was killed yesterday when a military motor-cycle he was riding collided with a motor lorry on the Cambridge Rd.
Staff-Sgt. Robinson was riding towards Bellerive, and when about 250yds. on the Bellerive side of the Horseshoe Inn his motor-cycle came into collision with a lorry driven by James Maurice Campbell (18) of Cambridge. Death apparently was instantaneous.
The death was reported to the Coroner (Col. Clark).
Staff-Sgt. Robinson is survived by a wife and two children.
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