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Mabel Gaudry (1891–1913)

At the inquest on the body of the girl, Mabel Gaudry, who was found on the beach at Manly, Clara Dillon, an aunt of the deceased, deposed that the latter was very low spirited and remarked that it was sad to be left without a mother or a home. She fretted at been parted from her brothers and sisters and complained about her father not making a home and keeping the family together. It transpired that the deceased came from Junee. A verdict of suicide was returned.

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'Gaudry, Mabel (1891–1913)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 25 July 2024.

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Grafton, New South Wales, Australia


3 July, 1913 (aged ~ 22)
Manly, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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