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WRAY, Lancelot Noble (1915-2012)

WRAY, Lancelot Noble (1915-2012)

Lancelot Noble Wray was a grazier, formerly of ‘Clipswood Park’, Morrisons. He was at the School from 1924 to 1931 after having been at Central College at Knowle House. He was both the Under 16 Swimming Champion in 1930 and the Open Swimming Champion of 1931. He served with the AIF in the Middle East after his enlistment on 13 May, 1941. He was discharged on 16 March, 1944. He died at Ballan Hospital on 16 January, 2012.

His brothers, Harold D’Esterre Wray (1908-1993), and Norman Vincent Wray (1912-1999), were also day students at the College.

Sources: Geelong Advertiser 19 January 2012; Herald Sun (Melb) 19 January 2012 OGC 1930.
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