Dave, I have made a previous post that does not yet shw up (as I am new member being moderated). After reading your post re Philip's death, I found this on trove - Cumberland Free Press Oct 1896
Mrs. Isabella Sainty — one of the best known residents of Parramatta — died at her house, Boundary and Inkerman streets, on 18th, from bronchial pneumonia. Mrs.Sainty, at first in conjunction with her husband, and after his death by herself — was associated with the chief business life of the town of a preceding generation. For many years the ironmongery and hardware establishment conducted by them, in Church-street, was amongst the leading houses of the town. Mr. Sainty's death by accident in the centre of the town, over a score of years ago is still fresh in the memories of many old residents. His widow (the lady just deceased) carried on the business till a few years ago, when it was handed over to her sons, and ultimately closed. Mrs. Sainty was a native of Argyleshire, Scotland, and arrived in this colony with her parents (Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher) 67 years ago as an infant. She was married to Mr. P. Sainty in the ' fifties,' and shortly afterwards they settled in Parramatta where they entered on business as above men- tioned. Several children were the result of the marriage, of whom five survive, viz., two daughters — Mrs. Chapman (of Woollongong), Mrs. Booth (of Parramatta), and three sons Messrs. Henry R., Archibald Fletcher, and Charles W. Sainty. The deceased lady was throughout her long life an ardent member of of the Wesleyan Church, and was formerly one of its most prominent adherents and supporters in Parramatta, and later in Granville. In her later years, however, she led a very retired life; and her health became extremely feeble. Her last illness extended over two weeks only. Her remains were interred in the old Wesleyan cemetery on Tuesday afternoon last in the presence of a large gathering of members of the Wesleyan Church and other townsmen. The Rev. P. J. Stephen officiated at the grave. Amongst those present were Mr. G. T. Hunt, J.P., Messrs. W. R. Murray, Mr. H. Taylor, J.P., Mr. W. Hart and others.