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Martha Elizabeth Davison was born 31 March 1861 in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia to Robert Davison (1831-1902) and Harriet Rosina Chapman (1837-1872) and died 29 January 1943 Sydney Road, Raglan, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married George Long (1858-1939) 1879 in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia.



Children


Offspring of George Long and Martha Elizabeth Davison (1861-1943)
Name Birth Death Joined with
George Robert Long (1879-1970) 2 November 1879 Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia 21 April 1970 Ryde, New South Wales, Australia Maud Ellen Gardner (1883-1953)
Alice May Long (1882-1954) 4 February 1882 Raglan, New South Wales, Australia 5 September 1954 Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia Frank E S Jones (bef1884-)
Lillian Frances Long (1884-1975)
William Henry Long (1886-1981) 5 July 1886 Raglan, New South Wales, Australia 10 August 1981 Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia Theresa Maud Dein (1891-1982)
Frederick Francis Long (1888-1977) 8 July 1888 Raglan, New South Wales, Australia 28 September 1977 Raglan, New South Wales, Australia Alice Ann Dein (1889-1938)
Gertrude Rosina Long (1890-1973)
Albert John Long (1895-1963) 21 July 1895 Raglan, New South Wales, Australia 21 September 1963 Victoria, Australia Margaret Aitkenhead Macubbin (c1893-1921) Margaret Aitkenhead Macubbin (c1893-1921) Jessie Findlay (1909-1999)

Obituary

The death occurred on Friday of Mrs. Martha Elizabeth Long at her late residence, Sydney Road, Raglan. Deceased was the widow of Mr. George Long, who died four years ago. She was 82 years of ago and had been ailing for some time. Mrs. Long was born at Kelso and had lived in the district all her life. She is survived by four sons, Messrs. George (Ryde), William and Albert (Bathurst) and Fred (Raglan); also by three daughters Alice (Mrs. King) Toowoomba, Lillian (Mrs. Musgrave) Muswellbrook and Gertie (Mrs. Aitkenhead) of Five Dock; and by a large number of grand and great granchildren. Her funeral took place on Saturday afternoon moving from deceased's late residence for the Holy Trinity Church Kelso where a service was conducted by the Rev. O'Ball. Interment was made in the adjoining cemetery in the presence of a large gathering of relatives and friends. The pall bearers were four grandsons, Les, Ernest, Keith and Raymond Long. Stan McGuinn had charge of the funeral arrangements. Many floral tributes were received.

National Advocate, 1 February 1943, page 3







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