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Mary Ann Rundle (1827–1906)

The death took place at Pomeroy, Potts Point, Sydney, on Sunday last, of Mrs. [Mary Ann] Rundle, relict of the late Hon. J. B. Rundle, and mother of Mrs. Augustus Hill, of Yerenbah, Bowral. The remains were interred at Rookwood on Tuesday afternoon.

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  • Simons, Mary Ann

18 May, 1827
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


29 July, 1906 (aged 79)
Potts Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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