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Anne Maria Lysaught (1861–1939)

from Daily Advertiser

The death occurred in Lewisham Hospital, Sydney, on Saturday, of Mrs. Anne Lysaught, at the age of 78 years. Mrs. Lysaught was formerly a resident of Wagga. She was married twice and her husbands, John Mallon and Andrew Lysaught, predeceased her. She was the mother of John Mallon and Catherine (Mrs. J. Craft), Patricia (Mrs. A. Jones), Ellen, Maude and James Lysaught. Mrs. Lysaught was the daughter of the late Jeremiah Finn, who built the Golden Age and Carrington Hotels in Wagga. One sister, Mrs. M. Egan, of Egonia, and one brother, Mr. Thomas Finn, also survive her. The funeral took place in Sydney yesterday.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Finn, Anne Maria
  • Mellon, Anne Maria

14 January, 1861
Geelong, Victoria, Australia


26 August, 1939 (aged 78)
Lewisham, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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