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Lady Emily Vicars (1864–1945)

The funeral of Lady Emily Vicars, who died at her home in Cranbrook Road, Rose Bay, on Monday, was held at South Head Cemetery yesterday. Lady Vicars, who was 81, was the widow of Sir William Vicars, a widely known industrialist and wool textile manufacturer. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. R. I. Furber, of New South Head Road, Point Piper. 

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Alternative Names
  • Hutton, Emily



12 February, 1945 (aged ~ 81)
Rose Bay, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia