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E. V. Conleigh E. V. Conleigh i(A139017 works by) (a.k.a. Trevor Tuckfield)
Gender: Male
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E. V. Conleigh is the pen name of Trevor Tuckfield, who was born at Coolgardie and went to Christchurch and Hale Schools. He was an 'electrician by necessity and a roamer by nature'. He began writing technical articles in the Calgary Herald (Canada), and had about 100 stories and articles printed in Australian, English, and Canadian publications. He settled in South Perth.

(Source: The Western Mail, 27 June 1946 p.17.)

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  • Tuckfield was also a boat builder. He and his wife, Eve, were the first to sail around Australia on a yacht.

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