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Elizabeth Jane Hall (1853–1926)

The death took place at her late residence, Wilberforce, on Wednesday, of Mrs. Elizabeth Jane Hall, wife of Mr. James Hall, aged 73 years. Born at Wilberforce, the deceased was a daughter of the late Thomas Bowd, and a sister of Cr. E. T. Bowd, and Mr. Palmer Bowd. She was very highly respected. There are four children, all of whom are well-known in the Hawkesbury, the sons being prominent cricketers. They are Bert, Milwar Lee and Ronald. The burial took place in the historic Presbyterian cemetery, at Ebenezer on Thursday, Rev. D. Baird officiating at the graveside. Mr. Chandler was the undertaker.

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Alternative Names
  • Bowd, Elizabeth Jane

5 February, 1853
Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia


10 March, 1926 (aged 73)
Wilberforce, New South Wales, Australia

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