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Elizabeth Bridget Stubbs (1827–1906)

from Windsor & Richmond Gazette

Mrs Elizabeth Stubbs, widow of the late Mr Joseph Stubbs, of Sackville, passed away on Monday last, in her 80th year, and her remains were interred in St. Thomas' cemetery on Tuesday. Rev H. Woodhouse held a touching service at the house, and Rev. W. S. Newton conducted the burial. A grand old woman, admired by all for her good life and many noble deeds, the late Mrs Stubbs' death is deplored by all who knew her. She was the mother of Messrs S. C, F. A., aud A. Stubbs. An extended obituary notice will appear next week.

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Life Summary [details]

Alternative Names
  • Jones, Elizabeth Bridget

4 May, 1827
Pitt Town, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


18 June, 1906 (aged 79)
Sackville, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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