Ellen DALEY, 11 July 1899

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SCHEDULE B. 1899. DEATHS in the District of St Kilda in the Colony of Victoria. Registered by Blanche E. Manley.

No.: 7047
When and where Died: 11 July 1899, Chapel Street, City of St. Kilda, County of Bourke
Name and Surname: Ellen Daley
Rank or Profession: (Blank)
Sex and Age: Female 69 years
Cause of Death: Fracture of the neck ???? convulsions
Duration of last illness: 17 weeks
Medical attendant by whom certified: Dr. G. Visuraius
When he last saw deceased: 10th July 1899
Name and Surname of Father: Henry Murphy
Rank or Profession: Farmer
Name and Surname of Mother: Ellen Murphy m.n not known
Registration Number: 11354
Signature, Description and Residence of Informant: Chas. T. Jones, Authorised Agent, 134 Chapel Street, Windsor
Signature of Deputy Registrar: Blanche E. Manley
Date and Where Registered: 11th July 1899, St. Kilda
When and Where Buried: 12th July 1899, St Kilda General Cemetery
Undertaker by whom certified: C. T. Jones
Name and Religion of Minister: D. J. Newman
Name of Witnesses of Burial: G. Baker
Where Born: Cork, Ireland
How long in the Australian Colonies: In Victoria, 45 Years
Where Married: Melbourne, Victoria
At What Age: 23
To Whom: Thomas Daley
Issue in Order of Birth: George 42, John Henry 40, Alice 35, John Henry Deceased, Charles Deceased, Ada Deceased, Minnie Deceased, William Edmond Deceased
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