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  • Sources primary: information that was created at the time under study, usually by a source with direct personal knowledge of the events being described. Examples: Census data, Marriage/Death/Baptism/Military discharge certificates.
  • Sources secondary: A document that relates or discusses information originally presented elsewhere. Examples: A contemporary non-eyewitness account of an event, autobiography, or history book on the period.
  • Sources: Sources not fitting into the first two categories should be saved in the sources field. These may be based on or derivative of secondary or other tertiary sources. Examples: Wikipedia, Gedcom files.

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KATER.—February 4, at a private hospital, Sydney, Blanche Edith, dearly loved wife of F. C. Kater, Mumblebone, Warren. ::[ ''The Sydney Morning Herald'', 5 February 1932, page 8]  +
HART.—On 17th December 1947, Eleanor Kingsmill Hart, of Indooroopilly. Wife of William Hamilton Hart. ::[ ''The Telegraph'' (Brisbane), 18 December 1947, page 4 (CITY FINAL LAST MINUTE NEWS)] <new note>HART Eleanor Kingsmill.—December 16, in Brisbane, wife of William Hamilton Hart and daughter of the late H. P. and Elizabeth Abbott and sister of Tom and Bessie. ::[ ''The Sydney Morning Herald'', 19 December 1947, page 16]  +
BDM Index ref for death: 14301/1903 <new note>ABBOTT.—November 30, at Sydney, Henry Palmer Abbott, late general manager of the Australian Joint Stock Bank, Ltd., for Queensland, aged 79 years. Queensland papers please copy. ::[ ''The Sydney Morning Herald'', 2 December 1903, page 8]  +
ABBOTT, Henry Palmer.—February 28, 1947, at private hospital, Henry Palmer Abbott of 12 Kambala Road, Bellevue Hill, dearlv beloved husband of Gertrude and loving step-father of Norris Adams. Privately cremated on March 1, 1947. ::[ ''The Sydney Morning Herald'', 3 March 1947, page 16]  +
At Scone, on the 11th instant, Mr. John Abbott, eldest son of Mr. Thomas Abbott, of Sydney, after a few hours' illness, aged forty-two years. ::[ ''The Sydney Morning Herald'', 18 November 1847, page 3] At the Golden Fleece Inn, St. Aubin's, near Scone, suddenly, on the 11th Nov., Mr. John Abbott, sheriff's officer, of Skellatar, Muswell Brook, aged 42 years ; much regretted by his relations and a large circle of friends. ::[ ''The Maitland Mercury & Hunter River General Advertiser'', 17 November 1847, page 3]  +
ABBOTT.—September 15, 1901, at his residence, Turramurra, the Hon. Sir Joseph Palmer Abbott, K.C.M.G. (late Speaker N.S.W. Parliament), aged 53 years 11 months. ::[ ''The Sydney Morning Herald'', 12 October 1901, page 1]  +
News was received by this week's English mail of the death of the widow of the late Mr. Nigel Gresley, Hobart, bank manager for a number of years. Mrs. Gresley died on February 19 at Knightsbridge. S.W. England, on her 84th year. ::[ ''The Mercury'', 31 March 1911, page 5]  +
Crown Hill Cemetery Burial Records as listed in official cemetery records  +
Crown Hill Cemetery Burial Records as listed in official cemetery records  +
West Virginia Death Index Name: Margaret Petrenella King [Margaret Petrenella Ackerman] Birth Date: 4 Aug 1883 Birth Place: West Virginia Death Date: 22 Mar 1933 Death Place: Wheeling, West Virginia Burial Date: 25 Mar 1933 Cemetery Name: Mt. Calvary Death Age: 49 years 7 months 18 days Occupation: Hwf. Race: White Marital Status: Married Gender: Female Street Address: 4240 Wood St. Residence: Whg., Ohio, West Virginia Father Name: Carl Ackerman Father Birth Place: Germany Mother Name: Regina Helfrich Mother Birth Place: Germany Spouse Name: Wm.T. King FHL Film Number: 857610  +
BDM Index ref for death: 16341/1922 <new note>JAMES.—October 18, 1922, at her residence, Indarra, Gardener's-road, Kensington, Adelene, beloved wife of Reginald James, aged 32 years. *JAMES.—October 18, 1922, at her residence. Indarra, Gardener's road. Kensington, Adelene, beloved daughter of Mrs. Annie Adams and sister of William and Frank Adams, aged 32 years. ::[ ''The Sydney Morning Herald'', 19 October 1922, page 8]  +
BDM Index ref for death: 14412/1893  +
BDM Index ref for death: 27031/1976  +
ADAMS, Albert Victor.—August 22, 1949, at his residence, Lane Cove, beloved husband of Ivy and loved father of Gwen and Beth, and dear father-in-law of Mac and Roy. ::[ ''The Sydney Morning Herald'', 23 August 1949, page 14]  +
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