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Sarah Loader (1849–1916)

An old resident of the district in the person of Mrs Sarah Loader, wife of Mr. James Loader, farmer, died in the Burrangong District Hospital on Tuesday as a result of a complaint from which she had suffered for the past two years. The late Mrs. Loader was born in London and came to N. S.W. when only twelve months old. She was 66 years of age, and her marriage with Mr Loader took place at Camden when she was 21. A family of two sons (William and James) and one daughter survive. The funeral took place from the hospital on Wednesday afternoon, the burial taking place in the Methodist portion of the Young cemetery. Rev L. Peacock officiated at the grave.

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'Loader, Sarah (1849–1916)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 18 July 2024.

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  • Smith, Sarah

20 June, 1849
Brill, Buckinghamshire, England


8 February, 1916 (aged 66)
Young, New South Wales, Australia

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