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Seymour, Sarah (1821–1862)

On Thursday morning last died Mrs. Seymour, wife of Mr. James Seymour, of Terragong Swamp, after a very brief illness, the nature of which seems not to be exactly known; supposed, however, to be intestinal inflammation. This distressing event was quite unexpected, Mrs. Seymour previous to her fatal illness, having enjoyed robust health. A husband and ten children have this to deplore the loss of a mother of most affectionate and exemplary character.

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Alternative Names
  • Hoare, Sarah

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


11 September, 1862 (aged ~ 41)
Shellharbour, New South Wales, Australia

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