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Mollie Reddan (?–1923)

Miss Mollie Reddan, a daughter of the late William Reddan, of The Caves, Narracoorte, died on Friday. The deceased lady had been in indifferent health for some time, especially since the death of her father in March. On Tuesday she entered the Narracoorte Hospital to undergo an operation. This was satisfactory, and the patient appeared to be doing well, but on Friday morning she collapsed and died. Miss Reddan took a prominent part in church work, and was of great assistance in all efforts for raising funds for the Narracoorte Convent. She was kind-hearted and charitable, and will be greatly missed from a large circle of friends. Her two sisters are Miss Margaret Reddan, of Narracoorte, and Mrs. A. F. Needham, of Mount Gambier.

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'Reddan, Mollie (?–1923)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 19 June 2024.

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24 August, 1923

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