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Mary Ann DAY

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The Sydney Morning Herald - Wednesday 22 August 1883 p.1
DEATHS
DAY.-August 20, at her residence, Western-road, Parramatta, Mary A. Day, relict of the late Thomas Sloane, aged 53 years.

The Sydney Morning Herald - Wednesday 22 August 1883 p.12
FUNERALS
THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. M. A. DAY are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, to move from her late residence, Western-road, Parramatta, THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock.

THE FRIENDS of Mr. JOSEPH CAVILLON are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of his late beloved SISTER, Mrs. M. A. Day, to move from her late residence, Western-road, Parramatta, THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON, 3 o'clock.

No death in the index. ??? An inquest ?
 

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Bap V183010087 1C/1830 CAVILON MARY A - NICHOLAS - MILBAH

No trace of Charles after the marriage. Second for Mary, don't know if first or second for Charles.

515/1869 DAY CHARLES A - SLOAN MARY - SYDNEY ** 20 May
 

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Will of Milbah Cavillon 1875 Redfern NSW

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[to divide the balance between my daughters Mary Ann the wife of Charles Day now residing on the Western road Parramatta Butcher and Victoria the wife of George James Furner now residing at Kangaloon near Bowrall in the said colony Farmer]

marriage
689/1852 V1852689 123 FURNER GEORGE J CAVILLON VICTORIA IN

sorry just reread Victoria sister of Milbah
 

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Thanks Rupert.

My grandmother is a FURNER.

Wesleyan Methodist Marriages in Camden Circuit
No. 2
George James Furner of Camden
Victoria Cavillon of Camden
Seventeenth February 1852 at Camden By Nathaniel Turner of Parramatta
Witnesses: Charles Furner, John Bowes, Harriett Furner, all of Camden

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Mary Ann dau of Milbah had daughters Milbah and Victoria.

Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of Saint John Parramatta in the County of Cumberland in the Year 1830
No. 459 When Baptised: October 17th When Born: 29th May Mary Ann - Nicholas & Milbah Cavilon Abode: Parramatta Quality or Profession: Baker By whom the Ceremony was performed: Samuel Marsden


I didn't know George Furner was ever living at Kangaloon. In 1861 he was at Goulburn. He died at Wagga.

Oh. I'd not updated George's notes. I have children with births registered in Berrima.
 
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