MUIR, Frederick Mintaro Bailey


Frederick Mintaro Bailey Muir
[also known as Frederick Bailey Muir]
born 21 February 1869, Dunedin reg. 1869/32575  
son of  Kate Pauline and Frederick Joseph Muir (1)
died 26 June 1920 at Randwick Military Hospital, Sydney, NSW, Australia (2)
 
married firstly
 25 February 1890, reg. 1890/567 
Mary Isabel Calvert

married secondly

20 June 1913, reg  1913/6346
Lucy Ethel Brown

Information was received this morning of the arrest at Culverden of F. B. Muir on a charge of obtaining £110 by means of false pretences from W. F. Shortt. Muir, it appears, left Wellington on Thursday of last week for Blenheim; from there he proceeded to Awatere, waited for the coach, and then went on to Kaikoura. From Kaikoura he is understood to have started off on foot, and it is supposed that he has been overtaken by the local constable and taken to Culverden.

Last week Muir took out a ticket for Sydney, and less than an hour before the Talune left a warrant was issued for his arrest, and a thorough search of the steamer was made by the detectives and police without the desired result. The prisoner will be remanded to Wellington, and will probably be here on Sunday.
Evening Post, Volume LVI, Issue 43, 19 August 1898



(1) died 24 April 1921 at Sydney aged 71 years, buried Church of England Cemetery, Rookwood - The Daily Telegraph (Sydney, NSW), Mon 25 Apr 1921, Page 4
(2)  Sunday Times (Sydney, NSW), Sun 27 Jun 1920, Page 8












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