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Te Water, Charles Theodorelocked


Born 1887; s of Dr Hon. T. te Water; m 1916, E. M. Marais, Pretoria; one s one d; died 6 June 1964


Normal College, Cape; Bedford Grammar School; Cambridge


Barrister-at-Law of the Inner Temple, and Member of the Pretoria Bar; Represented Pretoria (Central) in the Union Parliament, 1924–29; High Commissioner for the Union of South Africa in London, 1929–39. Ambassador at large of S. Africa, 1948–49. President of Assembly of League of Nations, 1933; Patron and Ex-President South African Association of Arts; Trustee of the Lord Nuffield Fund for Cripples in South Africa; Deputy Chairman National Council for the care of cripples in South Africa; Hon. Life Pres., National Veld Trust; Chm. Citizens Housing League Utility Company, 1940–46; Past Dir, South African Reserve Bank. Chancellor of Pretoria University. Hon. LLD, Witwatersrand University


Golf, fishing


Pretoria (Pretoria); Civil Service (Capetown)


Môreson, St James, Capetown, S. Africa