Biography

Flora Rudder was born 25 November 1843 to Enoch William Rudder (1801-1888) and Emma Betts (1802-1883) and died 15 May 1883 Stanmore, New South Wales, Australia of consumption. She married John Davidson (1826-1894) 5 October 1870 Holy Trinity Church in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.



Children


Offspring of John Davidson and Flora Rudder (1843-1883)
Name Birth Death Joined with
John Rudder Davidson (1871-1954)
Jessy Emma Davidson (1873-1949)
Mary Flora Davidson (1875-1913) 27 March 1875 Glebe, New South Wales, Australia 10 October 1913 Taree, New South Wales, Australia Leslie Thornton Rudder (1875-1957)
George Percy Hercules Davidson (1876-1938)
Esca Bell Davidson (1878-1879)
Marita Gabriel Davidson (1879-1915)
Florence Theodora Davidson (1881-1953)





Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
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₪ Wedding
  • On the 5th instant, at Holy Trinity Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Edward Rogers, JOHN DAVIDSON, Esq., of the Surveyor-General's Department, New South Wales to FLORA, youngest daughter of E. W. RUDDER, Esq., of Kempsey House, Macleay River.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 7 October 1870, page 1
¶ Death
  • DAVIDSON.—May 15, at her residence, Stanmore, after a long illness of consumption, Flora, the beloved wife of John Davidson, of the Surveyor-General's Department, and youngest daughter of E. W. Rudder, Esq., of Kempsey, Macleay River, aged 39.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 16 May 1883, page 1
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DAVIDSON.—May 15, at her residence, StanmoDAVIDSON.—May 15, at her residence, Stanmore, after a long illness of consumption, Flora, the beloved wife of John Davidson, of the Surveyor-General's Department, and youngest daughter of E. W. Rudder, Esq., of Kempsey, Macleay River, aged 39.</br>::The Sydney Morning Herald, 16 May 1883, page 1ney Morning Herald, 16 May 1883, page 1] +
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