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Mary Pringle (1860–1931)

The death occurred recently at her home. Langton, Bon Accord-avenue, Waverley, of Mrs. Mary Pringle, wife of Mr. J. M. Pringle, a master builder. Mrs. Pringle was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, but has lived in Sydney since 1899. A service was conducted at the residence by the Rev. Hugh Paton, prior to departure of the funeral for Waverley Cemetery, where Mr. Paton was assisted by the Rev. Dr. E. E. Anderson, and the Rev. McKay Barnett. Among those present at the graveside were representatives of the Highland Society, St. Andrew's College within the University, the Master Builders' Association, the Australian Builders' Federation, the Sydney Technical College, St. Stephen's Church, Phillip-street, and other organisations with which Mr. Pringle has been associated.

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'Pringle, Mary (1860–1931)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/pringle-mary-14808/text25991, accessed 27 February 2024.

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Life Summary [details]

Birth

1860
Edinburgh, Mid-Lothian, Scotland

Death

25 June, 1931 (aged ~ 71)
Waverley, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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