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Minnie Springall (1867–1939)

Mrs Minnie Sprigall, relict of Richard Springall, sister of Mrs Priddle, of High Street, Penrith, and of Mrs R. Benaud, of Cootamundra, formerly of Penrith, died at her residence, 22 Maxim Street, West Ryde, on Friday morning. Deceased suffered a stroke about twelve months ago and had been in failing health since. She was born at Lithgow, where she resided for many years. Six daughters and one son survive, viz., Richard, Lilian, Mrs H. A Heyde, Mrs J. W. Smith, Dores., Ida, and Mrs J. S. Jupp (Adelaide),

The funeral took place on Saturday, the remains being cremated at Rookwood, the service being C. of E.

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'Springall, Minnie (1867–1939)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 25 June 2024.

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Alternative Names
  • Hill, Minnie

30 November, 1867
Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia


20 January, 1939 (aged 71)
Ryde, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death


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