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Annie Cross (1847–1924)

An old and highly respected resident of Cherry Tree Hill, Mrs Annie Cross, the wife of Mr. James Cross, died in a local private hospital yesterday, and the news will be heard with great regret by a all the older generation, to whom she has been known any time for the past thirty years. The deceased lady had reached the advanced age of 77 years but up to as late as a week ago was well and vigorous. She was born in Lochinvar (N.S.W.) and had resided in the Graman and Cherry Tree Hill district for the past thirty years or more. She is survived by her husband Mr. James Cross, and two sons, Mr. James Cross junr., of Ashford, and Mr. Arthur Cross, who is in business in Vivian Street, Inverell. The remains will be interred in the Graman cemetery tomorrow (Wednesday), when the funeral service will be read by the Rev. E. James. Mr. C. S. Thorley has charge of the funeral arrangements.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Raines, Annie

18 July, 1847
Singleton, New South Wales, Australia


27 October, 1924 (aged 77)
Inverell, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death


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