Alice Victoria Lawson
Alice Victoria Lawson is associated with lyons street, balarat, victoria located at these coordinates -37.4786698, 143.801584
|1891 women's suffrage petition, ann kennedy, alice victoria winchcomb, robert henry lawson|
| Alice Victoria Lawson (nee Winchcomb) was living at 511 Lyons Street South, Ballarat Victoria in 1908 (Electoral Roll: Ballaarat, Ballarat West, VIC 1908), and was probably at this same address when she signed the 1891 Women's Suffrage Petition: page 245, line 27. |
At the beginning of the goldrush in 1852, when the crew deserted his ship in Melbourne, he left his ship and also headed to the goldrush.
Alice Victoria Winchcomb, was their only child born in Australia, on the goldfields.
Alice married Thomas Lawson in the Free Church of England Parsonage, in Ballarat, on 3rd February 1874, and had 10 children between 1875 and 1897.
She died in July 1918, at her home in Lyons Street, Ballarat. At the time she was survived by five sons and three daughters, and 14 grandchildren.
Alice Victoria Lawson. Photographed as part of a large family photo, about 1895.