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Elizabeth Faulkner Snodgrass (1841–1918)

The remains of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Falconer Snodgrass, wife of James Snodgrass, "Forest Vale," were interred in the family enclosure at Cookardinia last Sunday. The Rev. John Walker of Henty, read the burial service at the graveside. The chief mourners present were the bereaved husband, Mr. Jas. Snodgrass, sons Messrs. James and John Snodgrass, daughter-in-law, Mrs. James Snodgrass, son-in-law, Mr Henry Smyles, and brothers, Messrs John, James, William, and Robert Ross. The pall-bearers were Messrs. James and John Snodgrass, Henry Smyles, Jack Smyles, grandson, J. H. Kendall and W. Mooney. The Rev. Mr McGee, Holbrook, was present also the Right Rev. John Walker, Moderator-General of the Presbyterian Church of Australia, who, knowing the deceased lady for a number of years, gave a very impressive address at the graveside.

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'Snodgrass, Elizabeth Faulkner (1841–1918)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 24 May 2024.

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  • Ross, Elizabeth Faulkner

Bothwell, Lanarkshire, Scotland


29 November, 1918 (aged ~ 77)
Holbrook, New South Wales, Australia

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