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Margaret Whalan (1868–1951)

The death occurred at Narromine on Saturday last, of Mrs. Margaret Whalan, after a protracted illness, during which she was an inmate of the hospital for some months. Mrs. Whalan was a daughter of the late Mr. George Morrow, a road contractor in Oberon many years ago. She was born in the Oberon district 82 years ago. She is survived by her husband, Mr. E. T. Whalan, of Narromine, two daughters, Bertha (Mrs. E. Campbell, of Oberon), Elsie (Mrs. Berriman, of Narromine) and one son, Mr. Mack Whalan, of Narromine. Another daughter Daphne (Mrs. Gordon Campbell), passed away a few years ago. The funeral took place at Narromine on Monday last.

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'Whalan, Margaret (1868–1951)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 24 May 2024.

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  • Morrow, Margaret

October, 1868
Hartley, New South Wales, Australia


26 May, 1951 (aged 82)
Narromine, New South Wales, Australia

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