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Flora Ann Graham (1840–1920)

The death took place last night of Mrs. Flora Ann Graham, of Cromer-street, South Lismore, and relict of the late Vivian Graham. Deceased, who was a native of the Dorrigo, came with her husband to reside at Corndale about 20 years ago. Later they removed to South Gundurimba, where Mr. Graham died. After the death of her husband the late Mrs.Graham came to live in Cromer-street South Lismore. Deceased was 79 years of age and had been failing for the past six months. A week ago she went down to the residence of her daughter, Mrs James Butt, of South Gundurimba, and it was there that she passed away. A family of three sons and five daughters are left. The sons are Messrs. Alex. (Union-street), Gordon (Kyogle), and Vivian (Cromer-street.) Graham. The daughters are Mrs. E. A. Thompson (Tweed-street), Mrs. J. D. McRae (Woollomombi, near Armidale), Mrs. O. A. Pearce (Bankstown), Mrs. W. Egan (Byron Bay), and Mrs. Jas Butt. (South Gundurimba).

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'Graham, Flora Ann (1840–1920)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 20 May 2024.

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Alternative Names
  • McLennan, Flora Ann

27 November, 1840
Muswellbrook, New South Wales, Australia


1 August, 1920 (aged 79)
Lismore, New South Wales, Australia