BiographyEuphemia Cameron was born 20 September 1858 in Wollombi, New South Wales, Australia to Colin Cameron (1821-1905) and Rosanna McPhee (1823-1915) and died 20 November 1945 in Gunnedah, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Edward Bridge (1856-1925) 5 August 1878 in Wollombi, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.
|Offspring of Edward Bridge and Euphemia Cameron (1858-1945)|
|Arthur Edward Bridge (1879-1957)|| |
|Sabina Florence Bridge (1881-1962)|| |
|Frederick Thomas Bridge (1883-1967)|
The death occurred in a private hospital in Gunnedah recently of Mrs. Euphemia Bridge, relict of the late Edward Bridge, of Carroll and Ellalong.
The late Mrs. Bridge was aged 86 years and 11 months. In her early married life deceased and her husband kept an hotel at Lacuna, and after disposing of the business they settled on their farm at Congewai. They came to Carroll 36 years ago.
The remains were taken to Ellalong and were laid to rest alongside those of her husband.
The funeral, which took place from St Thomas' Church of England, was a very large one. The Rev. Ayscough conducted both services at the church and the graveside. The pallbearers were Arthur and Fred (sons), Archie and Albion Cameron (brothers).
Deceased is survived by two sons and one daughter (Miss S. F. Bridge, Curlewis) and four grand-children, Bertha, Flo, Doreen and Dulcie, and daughter-in-law, Beatrice.
Mrs. J. R. Maloney, who is hale and hearty at 93 years of age, and lives at Scone, is a sister. Mr. Duncan Cameron (Wangi) and Archie Cameron (Ellalong) and Albion Cameron (Congewai) are brothers.