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Isabella Mowbray (Ella) Windeyer (1847–1914)

Mrs. [Isabella Mowbray] Windeyer, the widow of the late Mr. John Windeyer, of Kinross, Raymond Terrace, died in Sydney yesterday, in her sixty-sixth year.

The deceased lady, who was widely respected for her kindly and charitable disposition, was a daughter of the late Dr. J. J. Cadell, who practised at Raymond Terrace. She is survived by three sons, Mr. Archie Windeyer, of Kinross, Dr. John Windeyer, of Sydney, and Mr. Thomas Windeyer, of Dubbo. Mrs. Sydney Croudace, of Wallsend, is a daughter of the deceased.

The funeral will leave Hexham railway station at twenty minutes past twelve (noon), to-day, for Raymond Terrace.

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'Windeyer, Isabella Mowbray (Ella) (1847–1914)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 25 July 2024.

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  • Cadell, Isabella Mowbray

16 October, 1847
Raymond Terrace, New South Wales, Australia


22 June, 1914 (aged 66)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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