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Florence Matilda Jacobs (1874–1914)

Florence Matilda Moran married Henry Jacobs in Victoria in 1889. She died on 25 August 1914 at Fitzroy, Melbourne. Her age was given as 36 and her cause of death as (1) fibroid disease of uterus and (2) post operative shock and exhaustion. She had no children.

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  • Moran, Florence Matilda

18 April, 1874
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia


25 August, 1914 (aged 40)
Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Cause of Death

uterine fibroids

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