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Charlotte Stubbs (1840–1916)

Charlotte Stubbs née Blowes arrived in Sydney in August 1844 with her parents and siblings aboard the Templar. They came as assisted immigrants.  Her father James (whose surname was spelt Blows in the indent) was described as a farm labourer and her mother, Edith, as a house servant.

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  • death notice, Dubbo Liberal and Macquarie Advocate (NSW), 18 August 1916, p 4

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Alternative Names
  • Blowes, Charlotte

Cambridgeshire, England


30 July, 1916 (aged ~ 76)
Warren, New South Wales, Australia

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