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Amelia Una White (1841–1924)

The death is announced, at the age of 82 years, of Mrs. Amaila Una White, widow of the late Archdeacon W. E. White, of Muswellbrook and Armidale. A daughter of Mr. George Cox, of Mulgoa, she was associated with one of the oldest pioneer families in the state. Mrs. White left a large family as well as 13 grandchildren. The funeral took place at Armidale.

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  • Cox, Amelia Una

25 December, 1841
Mulgoa, New South Wales, Australia


3 February, 1924 (aged 82)
Darlinghurst, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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