Raymond Herbert Cato
#256, b. 14 May 1883, d. 25 July 1949
- Father: William Coggin Cato b. 21 Sep 1853, d. 10 Jul 1936
- Mother: Caroline Murrell b. 1855, d. 29 Sep 1936
- Birth: Raymond Herbert Cato was born on 14 May 1883 in New Town, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
- Marriage: He married [Olive] Mabel Edmonds Pearce, daughter of James Pearce and Bessie F Fotheringham, on Wednesday, 31 August 1910 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, when they were 27 years, 3 months and 17 days ~&~ 24 years old.1
- Death of Father: His father William Coggin Cato died on 10 July 1936 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
- Death of Mother: His mother Caroline Murrell died on 29 September 1936 in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
- Marriage of Daughter: His child Nancy Fotheringham Cato was married on 15 May 1941 in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia.
- Death: Raymond died on 25 July 1949 in 49 Bevington Road, Glenunga, South Australia, Australia, aged 66 (Aged 66 years, 2 months and 11 days, worked back from recorded birth date).2
- Occupation: Raymond was the Consul for Czechoslovakia in Adelaide, South Australia between 1936 to 1948. In 1939 he refused demands by the German Consul in Ade laide to hand over the archives and emblems of Czechoslova kia following the German in vasion of the country. Hwe was also most likely the R H CATO who was th manager of the Adelaide Branch of Messrs. 'Peacock Brothers' Business System Company in 1916.2
Children of Raymond Herbert Cato and [Olive] Mabel Edmonds Pearce
- Website Tasmania, Australia, Index to Marriage Notices in The Mercury, 1854-1962 (unknown url) " Raymond Herbert Cato
Spouse Name: Mabel Edmonds Pearce
Marriage Date: 31 Aug 1910
Other Details: Adelaide
Publication Date: 15 Oct 1910."
- Trove Digitised Newspapers, The Advertiser Thursday 28 July 1949 Page 4.
- Trove Digitised Newspapers, The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954) Tuesday 21 January 1936.
- Unknown agency, British Biographical Archive, Australasian Biographical Archive Fiche: 49,262
Name: Cato, Raymond Herbert
Archive: Australasian Biographical Archive
Title of Source: Alexander: 1944 [= Short title]
Who's Who in Australia. - 12th ed. - Melbourne. - 1944.