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Mary Ann Gregory (1819–1901)

Mary Ann Smith married Edward Gregory, shoemaker, on 25 May 1835 at Scots Presbyterian Church, Sydney. She worked as a teacher during at least the early 1860s.  The inquest of her grandson William Rooke in 1860 states that she taught at a school at Paddington.

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  • funeral, Australian Star (Sydney), 23 December 1901, p 8

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  • Smith, Mary Ann

24 January, 1819
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


20 December, 1901 (aged 82)
Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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