Creswick, Victoria, Australia
- Community worker
- Alternative Names
- Lewers, Lilian Edith (maiden name, 1867 - 1892)
Born Lilian Edith Lewers, the daughter of Alexander and Rebecca (née McFarland) Lewers in 1867 at Creswick, Victoria, Lillian married medical practitioner David Grant in 1892. She was a council member of both the Australian and Victorian Red Cross Societies as well as a member of the Junior Red Cross Committee. From 1915-1926 she was chairman and secretary of the Home Hospitals Committee. Chairman of the Committee for Blinded Soldiers, Lilian Grant was also an original member and honorary treasurer of the Victoria League Club.
From 1917-1918 Lilian Grant was president of the Alexandra Club. She was also involved with the establishment of the club library, and for many years was its acquisitions officer. During the First World War she changed her buying policy from purchasing novels to that of buying books about war and illustrated newspapers. On 19 October 1920, Lilian Grant was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (Civil) for service to the Red Cross Society. She died in 1941 aged 74.