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Hannah Samuel (1845–1918)

Mrs. Hannah Samuel, whose death on 25th September at Orme Court, Bayswater, London, is announced, was the widow of the late Elias Samuel, a well-known Melbourne merchant, who, with his wife, retired to London in 1877, Mrs. Samuel was a sister of the late Lady Benjamin and the late Judge Cohen, of Sydney. Her surviving sisters are Mrs. B. F. Marks, of "Cambrian," Potts' Point, Sydney, and Mrs. Solomon Joseph, of Kensington, London.

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Alternative Names
  • Cohen, Hannah

1 July, 1845
Port Macquarie, New South Wales, Australia


28 September, 1918 (aged 73)
London, Middlesex, England

Cause of Death

heart disease

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