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Anne Eliza Carlier (1818–1895)

The death is announced, from senile decay, on August 14, of Mrs. Annie E. Carlier at the age of 77 years. The deceased lady, who with her husband and children arrived in the colony by the barque Anna Maria in 1850, was for many years a well-known and highly-respected school mistress, and in that capacity resided for different periods in Adelaide, Norwood and Kent Town. She had a large circle of friends, and her old scholars were numbered by hundreds. She is survived by three sons and three daughters.

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Alternative Names
  • Burnett, Anne Eliza

29 June, 1818
Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, England


14 August, 1895 (aged 77)
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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