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Cecilia Ann Hardwick (1836–1912)

from Gundagai Independent

A granddaughter of that famous Wicklow chieftain, Michael Dwyer, died in Gundagai Hospital on Sunday morning. She was Mrs Hardwicke of Hillas Creek, and was a very old resident of this district. Deceased, who was 77 years of age, was twice married, her first husband being Mr. John Jones of Wyalong way. She is survived by her husband and the following children: Miss Hardwicke, Sydney; Mrs George Cole, Mt Adrah; Mr. W. J. Hardwicke, Mt Adrah; and Messrs W. B., E. and C. Hardwicke, Wyalong. Deceased’s maiden name was Butler, she being a sister of the well-known Butler Bros., of Piney Range, Grenfell district. The late Mrs Hardwicke was a great advocate of the Irish National cause, and her biggest regret of late years was that she was not present at the time when her grandfather’s remains were removed from the old Devonshire cemetery to Waverley some years ago.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Butler, Cecilia Ann
  • Jones, Cecilia Ann

New South Wales, Australia


12 May, 1912 (aged ~ 76)
Gundagai, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

kidney disease

Religious Influence

Includes the religion in which subjects were raised, have chosen themselves, attendance at religious schools and/or religious funeral rites; Atheism and Agnosticism have been included.