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SALVATION ARMY MATRON The death occurred last week of Mrs. Evelyn Orsborn, wife of the Salvation Army Commissioner, A. W. T. Orsborn. Mrs. Orsborn was formerly matron of the Salvation Army maternity home in Wellington.

Formerly Major Evelyn Berry, Mrs. Orsborn came from Eketahuna, where her mother still lives. Taking up Salvation Army work 11 years ago, she was for nine years in charge of the Bethany Hospital. Wellington. About 16 months ago she went to England and was married in London on July 1 of last year to Commissioner Orsborn, a former chief secretary of the Salvation Army in New Zealand. A son was born to Mrs. Orsborn on July 19, last.

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DEATH IN ENGLAND, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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DEATH IN ENGLAND Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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