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Lucy Katherine Darley (1871–1930)

Miss Lucy Katherine Darley, daughter of the late Sir Frederick Darley, a former Lieutenant Governor and Chief Justice of New South Wales, died in London on November 30. Miss Darley, who was aged 59 years, had spent many years in England after leaving New South Wales. She was a cousin of Miss Massie, of Carnarvon, Darlinghurst, and of Messrs. H. H. and R. Massie, and was also a niece of Mr. Rolf Bolderwood, the author. Her only surviving brother is Mr. Bertram Darley, who is now resident in England.

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'Darley, Lucy Katherine (1871–1930)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 21 May 2024.

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30 November, 1930 (aged ~ 59)
London, Middlesex, England

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