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Mary Fanny Kelly (?–1943)

from Barrier Miner

Mrs. Bowes Kelly, who died at Malvern Road, Malvern, was the widow of Mr. Bowes Kelly, who died in 1930. Mr. Kelly was one of the original shareholders of the Broken Hill syndicate, and was also interested in the Mount Lyell mine in Tasmania, Mrs. Kelly is survived by two sons, Moncton and Neville, and four daughters. One of the sons is a prisoner of war. Mrs. Kelly was formerly a member of the Women's Hospital Board.

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Alternative Names
  • Hawley, Mary Fanny

28 April, 1943
Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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