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Ann Gore (1785–1833)

Died-On the 17th instant, at Artarmon house, on the North Shore, in the 49th year of her age, to the inexpressible grief of her husband and family, Ann, the Wife of William Gore Esq. many years Provost Marshal of this Territory. Mrs Gore was a lady devoted to her family, of' accomplished manners, unostentatious piety, and of unfeigned benevolence of disposition. Mrs. Gore contracted an asthma at the time her family were expelled from their home for their adherence to Governor Bligh in the disorders of 1808 from which she never recovered, & which has finally terminated her existence.

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17 January, 1833 (aged ~ 48)
Artarmon, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death