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Rosa Matilda Gannon (1846–1869)

Rosa Matilda Edmunds married William Gannon on 4 October 1867 at the Wesleyan Chapel, Durham, Christchurch, New Zealand. The marriage notice states that she was the youngest daughter of the late W. Edmunds of Old Kent Road, London.

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Alternative Names
  • Edmunds, Rosa Matilda

New Zealand


19 July, 1869 (aged ~ 23)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

lung disease

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