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Laura Isabella Darlot (1829–1910)

Mrs Henry Darlot died on Monday at her residence St Kilda, Victoria. Mrs Darlot who was in her eighty second year was the second daughter of Mr Gregory prothonotary of the Supreme Court. At the death of her father in 1857 Miss Laura Gregory came to Melbourne to be with her brother the Rev J. H. Gregory at All Saints Church, Windsor. For over 20 years Miss Gregory devoted herself to parochial and charitable works. In 1880 she married Mr Henry Darlot, a pastoral pioneer of Victoria, New South Wales and Western Austalia.

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'Darlot, Laura Isabella (1829–1910)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 18 May 2024.

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  • Gregory, Laura Isabella



12 December, 1910 (aged ~ 81)
St Kilda, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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