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Bow, Euphemia Dawson (1837–1906)

Both Euphemia and Ninian were living in Corowa when they were married on 20 June 1866. Euphemia gave her occupation as domestic servant and Ninian gave his as farmer. Euphemia's brother-in-law, Archibald, was a witness to the marriage.

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  • Walker, Euphemia Dawson

8 December, 1837
Alva, Stirlingshire, Scotland


28 April, 1906 (aged 68)
Corowa, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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