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Julia Sarah Wilkinson (1827–1906)

Mrs. J. S. Wilkinson, 79, relict of the late Rev. Thomas Hattam Wilkinson for some years Rector of St. John's, Ashfleld, passed away on the 14th inst. at her residence, Iserbrook, Alt-street, Ashfield. She was a daughter of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Underwood, of the now historical Ashfield Park House, and was a resident of Ashfield for practically the whole of her long life. She had a large circle of relatives and friends, to whom she endeared herself by her cheerful and gentle disposition, and by her ready sympathy and practical help towards those in trouble. The remains of the deceased, were interred in St. John's cemetery, Ashfield.

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Alternative Names
  • Underwood, Julia Sarah

15 November, 1827
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


14 August, 1906 (aged 78)
Ashfield, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

general debility

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