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Emmeline Helen Macarthur (1837–1904)

The funeral of the late Mrs. Emmeline Helen Macarthur, of Potts Point, took place at Waverley Cemetery on Saturday morning, A short service was hold at St. John's, Darlinghurst, by the Revs. E. C. Beck and Cecil King (Camden). The chief mourners were Messrs. Arthur and E. J. Bayly Macarthur (sons), Lieutenant-Colonel Macarthur Onslow (son-in-law), Masters Allan and Guy Macarthur and Edward Bayly (grandsons). There were also present Messrs. G. B. King (Gonoo Goonoo), J. L. King, S.M. (nephews), Archdeacon Langley, the Rev. Wallace Mort, Messrs. H. Von Arnheim, A H. Hemsley, A. W. Allen, E. Deas-Thomson, W. L. Docker, J. W. Street, A. H. Maxwell, Adrian Knox, Consett Stephen, E. Rutledge, S. E. Laidley, and L. and W. Jones. The deceased lady was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Allan, and niece of the late Mr. Nicholas Paget Bayly, of Havilah, Mudgee.

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Alternative Names
  • Allan, Emmeline Helen

20 September, 1837
Liverpool, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


December, 1904 (aged 67)
Potts Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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