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Annie Coltman (1866–1914)

Mrs. Annie Coltman, who was formerly Mrs. A. O. Gibbes, she having been twice married, and who for many years was a resident of Goulburn, died in a private hospital at Summer Hill on Monday last. Death resulted from an attack of typhoid fever. The late Mrs. Coltman, who was only 48 years of ago, had been ill for about three weeks. When about 18 years of age she married the late Mr. Augustus O. Gibbes in England, and coming out to Australia. Mr. and Mrs. Gibbes came to Goulburn and settled at "Braemar House," Rossiville. She was married to Mr. Charles Stanley Coltman about five years ago. In 1906 she left Goulburn to reside at Strathfield, where she lived up to the time of her death. The deceased lady, who was well liked and greatly respected by all who know her, leaves, besides her husband, four sons — Mr. Augustus J. O. Gibbes (Goulburn), Messrs. H. E. G. and A. E. Gibbes (Young), and Mr. F. W. Gibbes (Sydney). The remains were interred at Rookwood on Wednesday.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Bartram, Annie
  • Gibbes, Annie

Bath, Somerset, England


3 February, 1914 (aged ~ 48)
Summer Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

typhoid fever

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