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Emma Youmans (1852–1934)

The death has occurred of Mrs Emma Youmans, 82, wife of Mr John Youmans of Arding. As a young girl when resident of Scone and later in the Uralla district, Mrs Youmans often saw "Thunderbolt", the bushranger who was afterwards shot at Uralla. She used to tell of an occasion when Morgan the bushranger called at her parents place. Mrs Youmans was a native of Derbyshire (England).

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Derbyshire, England


May, 1934 (aged ~ 82)

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