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Sydney Mail, 4 September 1935, p.21.
Maysie Greig Maysie Greig i(A8146 works by) (birth name: Maysie Coucher Greig Smith) (a.k.a. Jennifer Greig-Smith Sopoushek)
Also writes as: Jennifer Ames ; Mary Douglas Warren ; Ann Barclay ; Jennifer Murray ; Mary Douglas Warre
Born: Established: 2 Aug 1901 Double Bay, Sydney Eastern Harbourside, Sydney Eastern Suburbs, Sydney, New South Wales, ; Died: Ceased: 10 Jun 1971 London,
United Kingdom (UK),
Western Europe, Europe,

Gender: Female
Expatriate assertion
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Maysie Greig was a journalist with the Sydney Sun newspaper from 1919 to 1920. There is some evidence that Greig published the same works, often under different titles, under different names in England and the United States; it has not been possible to verify this. She was the wife of Max Murray.

In 1933, she contributed an autobiographical note to the Queensland Figaro (see Works about Author), providing a number of details about her early life and how she came to begin writing.

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  • See also the full Australian Dictionary of Biography Online entry for Maysie Greig.
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