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Millie Eustace Mann (1855–1902)

Great regret was expressed in Sydney circles on Wednesday night, when the sudden death of Mrs. T. [Millie Eustace de Courcy] Mann, Ballarat, the only sister of Mrs. F. B. Freehill, was telegraphed through. Deceased was the eldest daughter of the late Dr. Molony, Ballarat, and wife of Mr. T. Mann, the well-known solicitor of Ballarat. Her untimely death is a terrble blow to her husband, sister, and her family of eight children, three of whom are at school at the Loretto Convent, Hornsby. She was generally beloved by all classes, and was always a prominent figure in all matters of charity. The deepest sympathy is felt for Mr. Mann and family, and Mrs. Freehill, in their sad bereavement.

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'Mann, Millie Eustace (1855–1902)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 20 May 2024.

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Alternative Names
  • Molony, Millie Eustace



24 April, 1902 (aged ~ 47)
Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

Religious Influence

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