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Sarah Louise Gardiner (1877–1947)

Mrs Jean Hinchhffe of Oswald St., Kyabram, recently suffered a bereavement in the death of her mother, Mrs Louie Gardiner at Deniliquin. Born at Bendigo, 68 years ago, Mrs Gardiner was the wife of the late Mr A. Gardiner, formerly of Torrumbarry Station. The family comprised Alex, Jean (Mrs Hinchliffe, Kyabram), Isabel (Mrs Stanger), Albert, Wallace, Leslie, William and Jack (dec.)

The funeral took place at Echuca cemetery on June 16, the coffin being brought to Echuca by Ferrins Funeral Directors, of Deniliquin, and being transferred to J. W. Vevers. Following a brief service at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church conducted by Rev R. H. Reid, of Deniliquin, the cortege moved to Echuca cemetery. Coffin-bearers were sons of the deceased lady and two grandsons, Raymond Hinchliffe and Ronald Hinchliffe. Clifford Hinchliffe was present and assisted with the floral tributes.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Butter, Sarah Louise

Bendigo, Victoria, Australia


15 June, 1947 (aged ~ 70)
Deniliquin, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

Religious Influence

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