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Mary Henrietta Laurie (1842–1918)

One of the oldest and most highly respected resident of the district passed quietly away at Gloucester on Thursday morning last, in the person of Mrs M. H. [Mary Henrietta] Laurie, wife of the late A. T. Laurie, of Bonnie Doon, Rawdon Vale, who died many years ago. The late Mrs Laurie, who was 76 years of age, leaves behind a large family circle of children, grand-children, and great grand-children. The sons and daughters who survive her are, Mr W. N. Laurie ('Airlie,' Rawdon Vale), Mr A. R. Laurie ('Bonnie Doon,' Rawdon Vale); Mr J. R. Laurie Maudville) stepson, Mr J. E. Laurie (Invergordon), stepson, and Mrs G. Gorton (Barrington), daughter. Mr Norman Bell (Barrington) is a brother, and Mrs J. Walker (Gloucester), a sister. The funeral left for the Barrington on Friday. — 'Advocate.'

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Alternative Names
  • Bell, Mary Henrietta

27 August, 1842
Dungog, New South Wales, Australia


1 August, 1918 (aged 75)
Gloucester, New South Wales, Australia

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