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Mary Jane Payne (c. 1825–1907)

from Goulburn Herald

Mrs. M. [Mary Jane] Payne, relict of the late Mr. W. Payne, who predeceased her many years, died at her residence, Deacan-strret, Goulburn, on Saturday night, aged 82 years, the cause of death being general break-up of the system. She was a very old resident of the district, having kept the Telegraph Inn at Currawang, and also an hotel at Spring Valley, many years ago. She came to Goulburn about six years ago, and had since resided here. She leaves 11 children — five sons and six daughters — including Mrs. Purcell and Messrs. Jas. and C. Payne of Goulburn, Mrs. Fisher (Spring Valley), Mrs. Ryan, Messrs. W. and Jos. Payne (Burraga), Mrs. Judd and Mrs. Hines, and Mr. J. Payne, a member of the Queensland legislature. The remains were interred to-day in the Spring Valley cemetery.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Brogan, Mary Jane

c. 1825
Clare, Ireland


28 December, 1907 (aged ~ 82)
Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

cancer (bowel)

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