General Cecil Vincent
South Yarra, Victoria, Australia
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


From The Age (Melbourne), 15 May 1936

Obituary – Mr Cecil V. Heath

Mr Cecil Vincent Heath, a director of T. Gaunt and Co. Pty. Ltd., jewellers, of Bourke Street, Melbourne, died in a private hospital yesterday. He was 58 years of age and had been ill for a week. The late Mr Heath was the eldest of nine children of Mr Frederick William Heath, chairman of directors of T. Gaunt and Co. Pty. Ltd., and Mrs Heath [née Georgina Madison Hall], of Toorak Road, Toorak.

Cecil Heath was a prominent inter-state tennis player, and one of his brothers, Mr Rodney Heath, was an international and Davis Cup player. The late Mr Heath enlisted in the 2nd Divisional Ammunition Column in 1915, with which force he saw active service in Egypt and France, and attained the rank of lieutenant. He was honorary timekeeper of the Williamstown Racing Club.


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Tournament wins 1902 - South Australian Championships ()

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