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Eliza Davison (1835–1918)

The death occurred on Wednesday at Manly of Mrs. Eliza Davison, widow of the late Mr. George Davison, who established the Camperdown saleyards in 1860, now Inglis's horse bazaar. Her husband was for some time Mayor of Camperdown. The deceased lady was born in Ireland, and arrived in Sydney 76 years ago. She was 83 years old.

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Additional Resources

  • probate, Sunday Times (Sydney), 15 December 1918, p 4

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Ekins, Eliza

Castlebar, Mayo, Ireland


9 October, 1918 (aged ~ 83)
Manly, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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