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WHEN IS THE AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY GOING TO PRODUCE A BIOGRAPHY OF SID PATTERSON, THE GREAT CYCLIST?

Journal by itellya

THE FOLLOWING MIGHT BE OF HELP!
Anyone writing a family history will have trouble finding much about Sid in Victorian BDM.

THE GREAT SID PATTERSON ROSE TO FAME AS A MEMBER OF THE KENSINGTON CYCLING CLUB.
CYCLING.
The Kensington Amateur Cycling Club will hold its annual meeting in the club room, Albermarle-street, Kensington. Mr. O.Perugia will preside at the meeting. (P.10, The Age, 25-4-1936.)

The amateur handicap went to S. Patterson,Kensington, who, coming through well on the inside, hit the front to take the race from L. Nettleton, with H. Evans third. (P.13, Sporting Globe, 15-12-1943.)


Board Track .
Three Titles to Patterson
Star of the night at the Victorian Amateur Cycling championship meeting- at the board track last night was S. Patterson (Kensington). He won three championships and broke his own amateur record of 12 4-5 sec. for the last furlong by 1.5sec. in the senior 1000 metres championship. etc. (P.10, The Age, 11-2-1948.)

£350,000 Olympic Park plan and an additional...
NEW TRACK ON THE WAY
Melbourne City Council is building a cycling track to Olympic specifications in Royal Park. Estimated cost of the track is £45,000.
Earth removal already has begun. City council parks and gardens official, Mr J.Owens, said yesterday the council was building the circuit independently of any Olympic considerations. "However, we are hopeful that it will be used for the Games."
Moves by Kensington amateur cycling club—Sid Patterson's old club—were responsible. ETC. (P.11, Sporting Globe, 17-9-1952.)

Sid Patterson's father dies
Sid Patterson's father,Phillip Patterson, died suddenly at his home in Moonee Ponds (Vic.) on ?day. He was 53. (P.11, Sporting Globe, 10-10-1951.)

PATTERSON. — On October 5 (suddenly), Philip Osier, of 46 Bent-street, Moonee Ponds,loved brother of Agnes, Stanley, William, David (deceased), Bessie(deceased), Millicent, John(deceased). Annie (deceased) and
James*. (P.2, The Age, 9-10-1951.)
* The brother at Cobram.

PATTERSON Philip Ostler, Birth
mother, Louisa Annie nee LASHBROOK, father: David
place of birth: NKAH (Numurkah?), 1898, 13297/1898


PATTERSON Philip Osler, Marriage, IVERS, Kathleen, 1922,8220/1922



PATTERSON Philip Osler, Death
mother: Louisa nee LASHBROOK, father: PATTERSON David
place of death: MOONEE PONDS, 53, 1951, 11830/1951

£50 MEMORIAL
BIKE TROPHY
The £50 Phil Patterson Memorial Trophy, in memory of Sid Patterson's
father, will go to the aces' derby winner at Cobram carnival in December.
Mr Patterson's brother lives at Cobram where, he says, young Sid first learned to ride a bike.(P.12, Sporting Globe, 31-10-1951.)

Marriage of Sid's aunt.
KIDD—PATTERSON—On the 27th June, by the Rev. David Lowe, David, youngest son of William Kidd, of Tocumwal, N.S.W., to Agnes Louisa, eldest daughter of David Patterson, Moonee Ponds.(P.2, Numurkah Leader, 31-8-1906.)

Surnames: IVERS KIDD LASHBROOK PATTERSON
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Itellya is researching local history on the Mornington Peninsula and is willing to help family historians with information about the area between Somerville and Blairgowrie. He has extensive information about Henry Gomm of Somerville, Joseph Porta (Victoria's first bellows manufacturer) and Captain Adams of Rosebud.

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