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Lady Mary Elizabeth Miller (1856–1941)

Lady Miller, O.B.E., widow of Sir Edward Miller, died on Thursday. She resided at "Glyn," Kooyong-road, Toorak, and was 87 years of age. Her philanthropic activities were many and varied. The greatest of these was the interest she took in the Red Cross Society during the Great War of 1914-18. Lady Miller, who was born in New South Wales, was a daughter of the late Mr. Henry Darlot. Two sons survive her.

The funeral left her home yesterday morning, after a service by Rev. T. H. Justice, who also officiated at the Spring Vale crematorium, whore her remains were privately cremated.

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  • Darlot, Lady Mary Elizabeth

6 September, 1856
Wimmera, Victoria, Australia


25 September, 1941 (aged 85)
Toorak, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia