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Emmaline Ida Wilson (1863–1948)

Mrs. Emmaline Ida Wilson, well known some years ago as one of Brisbane's leading singers and teachers, has died in Melbourne, aged 86. She was a member of the Carandini family, and a native of Melbourne, but for many years she made her home in Brisbane. For the last five years she had been living with her sister, Miss Irene Palmer, in Melbourne.

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  • Palmer, Emmaline Ida

Hobart, Tasmania, Australia


12 July, 1948 (aged ~ 85)
South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia