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Fanny Maria Clark (1888–1950)

A well-known and highly esteemed resident of Colando, Mrs. Fanny Maud [Maria] Clark, passed away in the Leeton District Hospital on Tuesday last (Anzac Day) after a month's illness, at the age of 62 years.

The late Mrs. Clark was born at Tungamah, Victoria and was married at Yarrawonga in 1909. She came from Sandigo (near Narrandera) to Leeton, 24 years ago. Her husband, the late Mr. W. R. Clark, predeceased her in 1937.

They are survived by seven children, David (solicitor of Leeton), William (Wakool), Neil, Duncan, Ronald, Phyllis and Kathleen, on the home farm, No. 493, Colando.

The late Mrs. Clark is survived by three brothers — Neil. H. Jamieson (Highett, Vic.), William J. Jamieson (Henty, N.S.W.), Duncan L. Jamieson (Wagga Wagga).

The funeral moved from the Presbyterian Church, yesterday afternoon. Rev. A. Alexander Adam conducted the service in the Church, also at the graveside in the Presbyterian portion of the Leeton cemetery. The chief mourners were the sons, daughters and brothers, also 4 grand-children.

The funeral arrangements were directed by Ashtons.

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Alternative Names
  • Jamieson, Fanny Maria

Tungamah, Victoria, Australia


25 April, 1950 (aged ~ 62)
Leeton, New South Wales, Australia

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