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Reynolds, Ann (1856–1942)

The death occurred at St. John of God Hospital on Monday last of Mrs. Ann Reynolds, 86, widow of the late H. A. Reynolds, of Kylor, Adaminaby. She was a very old and highly esteemed resident of the Monaro.

Mrs. Reynolds was the youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Watkins, who were pastoralists at Lake Plaine, Cooma, where she was born.

She leaves two sons, Thomas (Sydney) and James (Braidwood), and two daughters, Mrs. C. Reynolds (Goulburn) and Mrs. A. Hassall (Moss Vale); also 13 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

The funeral left St. Saviour's Cathedral yesterday morning for the Church of England portion of the Goulburn Cemetery.

The chief mourners were Mr. James Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. C. Reynolds, Mrs. A. Hassall, Rev. and Mr. H. P. Reynolds, Mrs. Stubbings and Miss Esma Reynolds. The Rev. Charles Clark officiated at the gravesite.

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'Reynolds, Ann (1856–1942)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/reynolds-ann-24629/text34746, accessed 15 August 2020.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Watkins, Ann
Birth

16 July 1856
Delegate, New South Wales, Australia

Death

18 May 1942
Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

general debility

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