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Elizabeth (Ellie) Seagrott (1855–1935)

A highly esteemed district resident, Mrs. Elizabeth Seagrott, relict of the late Mr. G. A. Seagrott, passed away on Saturday at the age of 81. The deceased lady is survived by five daughters and two sons, namely Mrs. J. A. Gordon and Mrs. W. J. Jereson, both of Western Australia, Mrs. Eva Sheldon, Sydney, Mrs. Ethel Thomas, Mrs. E. N. Thomas, Inverell and Messrs. William and Reginald Seagrott, also both of this town. Messrs. Joseph Leslie and Frank Leslie, of Auburn Vale, William Leslie, The Ponds, and D. Leslie, Inverell are brothers, and two sisters, Mrs. Sarah White and Miss Mary Leslie reside in Sydney and at Auburn Vale respectively. The funeral to the Church of England portion was carried out by the firm of B. M. Wade yesterday, the Rev. E. H. Stammer conducting the service.

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Alternative Names
  • Leslie, Elizabeth
  • Cross, Elizabeth

New South Wales, Australia


3 August, 1935 (aged ~ 80)
Inverell, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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