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Gaudry, Clarence Fitzroy (1837–1924)

Mr. Fred Kable, of Coomber, Endeavor street, San Souci, obligingly supplies us with an account of the death of a pioneer Australian, Clarence Fitzroy Gaudry, who had attained the ripe age of 87 years, (says Truth, 30/11/'24).

The deceased gentleman was a native of Windsor, New South Wales, a grandson of William Gaudry, a Government official, having his residence where Grubb's butchery is now in George-street North.

Mr. Gaudry married Dinah Kable, daughter of Henry Kable, of the First Fleet, who, in partnership with Simeon Lord and James Underwood, was a pioneer merchant, having stores in Lower George-street, near what was then known as Brown Bear lane. As a widow, Dinah Kable married Mr. Teale, a miller, of Windsor, and had a large family. The recently deceased Clarence Fitzroy Gaudry was twice married; he leaves two children by the first marriage, and four by the second; a widow mourns her loss. Mr. Kable believes this gentleman to be the last link of the generation of Gaudrys. He had lived many years at Gulgong, and was highly respected. Three pioneer families - the Kables, Gaudrys, and Teales, of Windsor — require more than a passing notice, which they shall have presently

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