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Clara Dwyer-Gray (1872–1947)

from Examiner

The death took place suddenly in a private hospital, Hobart, last night of Mrs. Clara Dwyer-Gray, widow of the late Mr. E. Dwyer Gray, former Treasurer of Tasmania. Mrs. Gray lived at 3 Crolln St., Battery Point. She was aged 74 years. She is survived by two sisters, Mesdames M. Scanlon and S. McCloskey, both of Sydney. A service will take place at St. Joseph's Church tomorrow morning and the funeral will be at Cornelian Bay Cemetery.

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Alternative Names
  • Rose, Clara



10 February, 1947 (aged ~ 75)
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

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