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James William Henry SMITH

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NSW Marriage 8113/1912 SMITH JAMES W H - COLEMAN ETHEL M - WOOLLAHRA * 27 Apr

1935 NSW Electoral Roll - East Sydney - Surry Hills
SMITH James William Henry, 61 Phelps street, labourer
SMITH Ethel May, 61 Phelps street, home duties

1936 NSW Electoral Roll - Lang - Campsie
SMITH Ethel May, La Hague, Hill street, Campsie, home duties


No birth or death has been found for James.
 
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1943 NSW Electoral Roll - Lang - Campsie
SMITH Ethel May, 87 Park street, home duties
COLEMAN John, 87 Park street, no occupation * her father died later in 1943.

1949 NSW Electoral Roll - Watson - Botany
SMITH Ethel May, Flat 9, Botany road, home duties

1954 NSW Electoral Roll - Watson - Banksmeadow
SMITH Ethel May, Flat 9, 1334 Botany road, home duties

NSW Death 2076/1956 SMITH ETHEL MAY - JOHN - HARRIET ANN - CHATSWOOD

The Sydney Morning Herald - Thu 9 Feb 1956 p.18
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SMITH, Ethel May.-February 8, 1956, at R.G.H. Concord, beloved mother of Jack, Cecil, Keith (deceased), Ollie ?, Addie and Nell, loved mother-in-law of Jack, Bill, Nell, and Bernice, loving sister of Bill, Ern and Myrtle, aged 65 years.


I have no ides why the death was registered in Chatswood on the other side of the harbour - or it's an error.
 
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