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Ann Turnbull (1843–1922)

from Windsor & Richmond Gazette

There passed away on Sunday night one of the Hawkesbury's beloved women, a native of the district, and who lived the whole of her life on the banks of the beautiful river she loved so much–Mrs. Ann Turnbull, wife of Mr. John Warr Turnbull, who died as above stated at her late home, Sackville, after an illness of about ten weeks' duration, at the ripe age of 78 years. The deceased lady was a sister of Mr. Arthur Manning, of Sackville, and Miss Manning, of The Terrace, Windsor. She reared a family of ten sons, and daughters, two or three of whom pre-deceased her. Mr. Alfred Turnbull, of Sackville, is a son, and Mrs. Anderson, wife of Cr. A. C. Anderson, of Comleroy Road, a daughter. The interment took place in the historic Ebenezer Presbyterian cemetery on Tuesday. The service was conducted by Rev. D. Baird, assisted by Rev J. Scharkie. Mr. Chandler, of Windsor, had charge of the funeral arrangements.

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Alternative Names
  • Manning, Ann

Windsor, New South Wales, Australia


9 April, 1922 (aged ~ 79)
Windsor, New South Wales, Australia

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