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Margaret Cudmore (1844–1912)

Mrs. [Margaret] Cudmore, widow of Mr. J. F. Cudmore, died at her residence, Parkiga Hall, New Glenelg, on Sunday. Her husband, who for some years was one of the leading pastoralists in South Australia, besides being interested, in squatting pursuits in the other States,  died on August 17 last. Six sons and fiye, daughters are left.

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Alternative Names
  • Budge, Margaret

Fife, Scotland


1 December, 1912 (aged ~ 68)
Glenelg, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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