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Elizabeth Collis R. Campbell (1897–1971)

Mrs Elizabeth Campbell, a pioneer in the Canberra district, died last Saturday at the age of 74.

Her husband, Mr Arthur Campbell, was the owner of the Woden Station. The property was sold to the Campbell family by James Murray in the 1860s.

A funeral was held for Mrs Campbell at St John's Church, Reid, followed by private cremation yesterday.

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Alternative Names
  • Higgins, Elizabeth Collis R.

19 July, 1897
Quirindi, New South Wales, Australia


4 December, 1971 (aged 74)
Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

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