Victor HARRIS 
- Born: 15 Nov 1899, Norwood, Adelaide, South Australia
- Marriage (1): Clarice Jean MOYSE  on 7 Feb 1920 in Registry Office, Adelaide, South Australia
- Died: 9 Jul 1985, Burra, South Australia at age 85
- Buried: 12 Jul 1985, Booborowie Cemetery, South Australia
1899 SA Births 649/426 HARRIS Victor, Emanuel Mendel HARRIS Elizabeth MORGAN, Norwood
Border Watch (Mount Gambier) Saturday 24 August 1929
Mr. Victor Harris, local representative of Messrs. G. Wood Son & Co. Ltd., has been successful in gaining first honours in the Australian Sales Competition, held annually by W. and T. Avery Ltd., England. Mr Harris will be the recipient of a valuable trophy. His success in winning this is all the more meritorious when it is considered that his efforts were confined to the South-East, and that he was competing against all other salesmen in Australia. Mr. Harris secured the honour by a good margin of points, his nearest opponents being two Sydney salesmen.
[G. Wood, Son & Co. was a major wholesale grocery business founded in Adelaide, South Australia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adelaide,_South_Australia> in 1876.]
The Advertiser Thursday 17 August 1939
FAILED TO KEEP TO LEFT
Case Remitted From Another Court
On a charge of having failed to keep as near as practicable to the left side of the roadway while driving a motor truck at Nottingham avenue Keswick, on June 26, Clarence John Nicholls, of Major avenue, Richmond, was fined £2 with £1 46 costs, by Messrs F. Duxbury and G. Jennings in the Richmond Court yesterday. Constable R. J. Geary of Thebarton prosecuted, and Mr. B. G Griff appeared for Nicholls, who pleaded not guilty. The charge was previously read in the Thebarton Court, but as Victor Harris, of Henley Beach road Underdale, the driver of the vehicle with which Nicholls's truck came into collision pleaded guilty, Mr. Griff objected to his client being tried by the same justices and the case was remitted to the Richmond Court. Evidence was given by Harris and John William Topham, of Gilbert street, Adelaide, that Nicholls's truck was off the right hand side of the road when it came into collision with Harris's car. Nicholls told the court that he swerved his vehicle to the right to avoid a collision. The justices said that they accepted the evidence of Harris and Topham and found Nicholls guilty.
Advertiser HARRIS Victor 1985 (d. 9 Jul - Pub. 11 Jul 1985)
The Advertiser (Adelaide) Thursday 11 July 1985)
HARRIS, Victor. -- Loved husband of Thelma, step-grandfather of Judy and Mary. Passed away on July 9, in Burray Hospital
HARRIS, Victor. -- Beloved husband of the late Clarice, father of Maxwell, father-in-law of Yvonne, grandfather of Samela, great-grandfather of Ryder and Samuel. Died at Burra Hospital on July 9, 1985. In his 85th year.
HARRIS. -- THE RELATIVES and FRIENDS of the late Mr. VICTOR HARRIS of Booborowie are advised that his Funeral will leave the Uniting Church, Booborowie on FRIDAY, July 12, after a Service commencing at 2 p.m., for the Booborowie Cemetery. Clodes Pty Ltd Burra SAFDA Ph 922042 ah 922341.
• Resided, 1938, Torrensville, Adelaide, South Australia.
Vic married Clarice Jean MOYSE  [MRIN: 1589], daughter of David William MOYSE  and Isabella Bond RYDER , on 7 Feb 1920 in Registry Office, Adelaide, South Australia. (Clarice Jean MOYSE  was born on 9 Dec 1898 in Wild Horse Plains, nr Windsor, South Australia, died on 12 Aug 1959 in Myrtle Bank, Adelaide, South Australia and was buried on 14 Aug 1959 in Centennial Park Cemetery, Adelaide, SA.). The cause of her death was Stroke.
1920 SA Marriages 282/369 HARRIS Victor MOYSE Clarice Jean, Adelaide
Vic next married Living