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Biographical entry Sutherland, Sulina Murray MacDonald (1839 - 1909)

Born
26 December 1839
Culgower, Sutherland, Scotland
Died
8 October 1909
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Occupation
Nurse and Child welfare worker

Summary

Sulina Murray M. Sutherland founded a children's aid society in Melbourne in 1881, which in 1894 became the Victorian Neglected Children's Aid Society and also founded "The Sutherland Homes for Orphans, Neglected and Destitute Children". She was a child welfare worker for twenty-eight years.

Archival resources

Presbyterian Church of Victoria

  • Sulina Murray MacDonald Sutherland - Records, 1886 - 1895; Presbyterian Church of Victoria. Details

Royal District Nursing Service

  • Sulina Murray MacDonald Sutherland - Records, 1885 - 1909; Royal District Nursing Service. Details

Scots Church, Melbourne

  • Sulina Murray MacDonald Sutherland - Records, 1881 - 1894; Scots Church, Melbourne. Details

Sutherland Homes for Children

  • Sulina Murray MacDonald Sutherland - Records, 1908 - 1909; Sutherland Homes for Children. Details

Victorian Children's Aid Society

  • Sulina Murray MacDonald Sutherland - Records, 1894 - 1909; Victorian Children's Aid Society. Details

Published resources

Encyclopedia of Australian Science Exhibitions

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Online Resources

McCarthy, G.J.