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Lady Mary Eliza Ingram (1851–1925)

from Barrier Miner

Word has been received in Adelaide reporting the death on Friday last, at Westgate-on-sea, England, of Lady Mary Eliza Collingwood Ingram, widow of Sir William Ingram, Bart. Lady Ingram was a South Australian by birth, and was well known in Adelaide in her younger days, being the daughter of the Hon. Edward Stirling, and sister of Sir Lancelot and Sir Edward Stirling. She was married to Sir William Ingram on November 10, 1874, and there were three sons.

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'Ingram, Lady Mary Eliza (1851–1925)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 21 July 2024.

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  • Stirling, Mary Eliza

South Australia, Australia


9 October, 1925 (aged ~ 74)
Westgate-on-Sea, Kent, England