Rosanna Charlotte Esther Elizabeth Adams was born 5 June 1862 in Kiama, New South Wales, Australia to Henry Adams (1797-1866) and Elizabeth Clarke (1822-1870) and died 11 July 1941 Hely Avenue, Turvey Park, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married John Edward Henry Eastcott (c1857-1900) 1881 in Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia. She married William Henry O'Hagan (1866-1936) 1903 in Tumbarumba, New South Wales, Australia.
She was living at Healey Street, Invery Park, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia in Jan 1936. She was the Informant for the death of her husband, William Henry O'Hagan.
|Offspring of John Edward Henry Eastcott and Rosanna Charlotte Esther Elizabeth Adams (1862-1941)|
|John Edward Henry Eastcott (1881-1938)||20 September 1881 Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia||1 November 1938 202 St. John's Road, Forest Lodge, New South Wales, Australia||Annie Ellen Evaline Harvey (1881-1958)|
|Harry Earnest Eastcott (1884-1947)|
|Bertie Albert Eastcott (1885-1948)||30 November 1885 Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia||23 January 1948 42 Astrolabe Road, Daceyville, New South Wales, Australia||Anne Devlin (1882-1955)|
|Charles Patrick Robert Eastcott (1895-1895)||30 October 1895 Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia||1895|
The death occurred at her home in Hely Avenue, Turvey Park, on Thursday night of Mrs. Rose Hannah O'Hagan, at the age of 79 years. Mrs. O'Hagan was first married to John Edward Eastcott, a well-known bus and livery stable proprietor, of Crampton-street, Wagga, who predeceased her many years ago. From that marriage there were three sons, John, Henry and Bert Eastcott, all of whom served in the Great War, Bert losing an arm. John, who also fought in the South African war, died a few years ago. The deceased later married William Henry O'Hagan, whose death occurred about two years ago. She is survived by two sons, Henry and Bert, and by her adopted son, Mr. James Leslie O'Hagan, of Tarcutta-street, Wagga, who has been a member of the family since infancy. Mrs. O'Hagan in her younger days, particularly when she resided in Crampton-street. was very well known for her kindly ministrations to those in sickness or distress. The fuheral will take place this afternoon, moving from Messrs. M'Intosh Bros, 213 Baylis-street, Wagga, at 3.30 for the Wagga cemetery.