George Ernest Morrison
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Dr George Ernest Morrison (aka 'Chinese' Morrison, aka Morrison of Peking, born Australia, 4th February 1862 - died Sidmouth, England, 30th May 1920).
- Wife - Jennie Wark Robin (1889-1923), his former secretary; they married in 1912 & she survived him by only three years.
- Three sons - Ian Ernest (1913-1950), Alastair Gwynne (1915-2009), and Colin (1917-1990), all born in Peking & educated in England, all graduates of Trinity College, Cambridge.
- Family Grave George Morrison was buried in Sidmouth & when Jenny died three years later she joined him in the square white marble grave that she had had designed after The Forbidden City in Peking (now Beijing).
- Morrison Family Photos from The Flower Raj.
Books by G E Morrison
- An Australian in China downloadable .pdf file (8.2MB) - 2nd edition 1895, with illustrations & photos (Cornell University Library 1918 gift).
- DANWEI reviews Linda Jaivin's "A Most Immoral Woman" (pithy over-the-top sexed-up factional account of G E Morrison's affair with 'Mae Ruth Perkins, seductive daughter of a millonaire').
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