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Catherine Anne Grovenor (1845–1931)

The death occurred in St John of God Hospital this morning, at the age of 82 of. Mrs Catherine Anne Grovenor, of "Stangrove' Gunning, relict of the late Mr. William Grovenor. Mrs Grovenor had been in hospital about a month. The deceased lady was born at Wollongong and came to Gunning about 70 years ago. She was in fact, one of the early settlers there while her husband was possibly the first. Mr. Grovenor, who was married twice, was a flour-miller at Gunning for many years before going on the land. Mrs. Grovenor leaves three sons: Ernest, of Melbourne, Sterling of Sydney, and Leo, of Gunning. One daughter, Mrs. Ada Sutton, predeceased her. Children of the first family were, the late Mr. James Grovenor formerly manager of the Australian Bank of Commence, in Goulburn; the late Charles Grovenor, storekeeper at Gunning, and the late Archibald Grovenor, of Sydney. Mr. William Grovenor, a fourth son, is still alive and resides in Victoria. The late Miss Emma Grovenor, a daughter, was a sister in the Convent of Mercy Grafton. There is one sister, Mrs. McEnroe, of Gundaroo.

The late Mrs. Grovenor enjoyed good health up till recently. She had one of those dispositions which make many friends and "Stangrove" was always a home of hospitality. The remains will be taken to Gunning this afternoon and a requiem mass held in the Gunning Catholic Church at 8 a.m. to-morrow. The funeral will leave the church for the Catholic cemetery at 2 p.m.

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Alternative Names
  • Galvin, Catherine Anne

Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia


30 July, 1931 (aged ~ 86)
Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia

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