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Johanna Bridget Sloane (1885–1956)

The death occurred in the Wellington District Hospital on December 9 of Mrs Johanna Bridget Sloane, of Swift Street, Wellington, at the age of 71 years.

Mrs Sloane had not enjoyed good health for some months.

She was a member of a well-known Catholic family of the Wellington District, being the youngest member of the Tuite family, and had spent all her life in the town and district.

She is survived by one son, William, of “Milroy”, Molong, and one daughter, Linda (Mrs L Cudden), of “Warringah”, Bakers Swamp.

There are four grandchildren.

Mrs R Meehan, of Warne St, Wellington, is a sister of the deceased.

Requiem Mass was celebrated by the Rev Dean Eviston at 7 am on Monday, 10th December, and the remains were interred beside those of her late husband in the Holy Family Cemetery.

Dean Eviston officiated at the Church and graveside.

Messrs Murray Bros had charge of the funeral arrangements.

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'Sloane, Johanna Bridget (1885–1956)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 17 June 2024.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Tuite, Johanna Bridget

9 August, 1885
Wellington, New South Wales, Australia


9 December, 1956 (aged 71)
Wellington, New South Wales, Australia

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