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Frances Gadsden (1830–1910)

Mrs. Frances Gadsden, relict of the late Mr. Roger Gadsden, who died at Caradon, Albert-Street, Woollahra, on Wednesday, August 17th, was one of Sydney's richest women. She was the owner of very valuable Sydney properties, and also a very desirable property at Caradon, where she spent a great deal of her time. One of her daughters is the wife of Mr. J. L. Campbell, K.C., and the other of Mr. Edison Rich.

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Alternative Names
  • Simmons, Frances
  • Gibbes, Frances

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


17 August, 1910 (aged ~ 80)
Woollahra, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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