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Ellen Harriet Turner (1843–1930)

The many friends of Mrs. T. Bennett-Turner will regret to learn of her death at Warwick, Finch street, East Malvern, on Wednesday after a long illness. Mrs. Turner, who was a colonist of 64 years, was the widow of Captain T. Bennett Turner, formerly of Davington priory, Kent, (England). She leaves a family of three daughters, Mrs. Henry Anjou, of Burke road, East Malvern, and the Misses Turner, principals of Warwick College.

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  • Type, Ellen Harriet

Lyme Regis, Dorset, England


27 August, 1930 (aged ~ 87)
Malvern, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia