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Elizabeth Lazar (1826–1910)

Elizabeth Lazar, who died on Saturday last, at the age of 83, was a colonist of 71 years. She was a daughter of Mr. G. Wisdom, who arrived in South Australia from England by the ship Buckinghamshire, in 1839. She was married in 1854 at Trinity Church, Adelaide, to Mr. A. Lazar, the eldest son of Mr. J. Lazar, at one time Mayor of Adelaide. Her husband died 17 years ago. She left two daughters (Mrs. R Fulton, of Hindmarsh; and Mrs. W. Hubert, of Sydney), and one son (Mr. J. Lazar, of Sydney).

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'Lazar, Elizabeth (1826–1910)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 20 May 2024.

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  • Wisdom, Elizabeth

15 November, 1826
Brighton, Sussex, England


23 April, 1910 (aged 83)
Hindmarsh, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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