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Emelia Browne (1864-1948)

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Emelia Browne was born 25 December 1864 in Ulmarra, New South Wales, Australia to Thomas Browne (1821-1898) and Mary Ann Kearns (1827-1913) and died 28 June 1948 in Lismore, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Joseph David Cramp (1862-1945) 18 July 1885 in Ulmarra, New South Wales, Australia.



Children


Offspring of Joseph David Cramp and Emelia Browne (1864-1948)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Theresa Maria Cramp (1886-1943)
Ernest Thomas G. Cramp (1887-1951)
Lefley Cramp (1889-1934)
Joseph David Cramp (1890-1961)
Michael Barton Cramp (1892-1965)
Robert Eric Cramp (1894-1949) 6 April 1894 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia 23 April 1949 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia
Carman Claude Cramp (1896-1914) 22 February 1896 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia 13 February 1914 Lismore General Hospital, Lismore, New South Wales, Australia
Rita Mary E Cramp (1897-1986) 17 August 1897 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia 3 February 1986 New South Wales, Australia William James O'Connor (c1900-1971)

Emily A Cramp (1899-)
Mary Josephine Patricia Cramp (1901-1948) 2 April 1901 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia 13 April 1948 Coffs Harbour Hospital, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia Henry Stephen Cornish (1895-1959)

Dorothea S Cramp (1904-1905) 21 August 1904 Ballina, New South Wales, Australia 7 June 1905 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia

Obituary

EMELIA CRAMP

The death occurred at her home, 79 Diadem Street, Lismore, on Saturday, night of Mrs. Emelia Cramp, at the age of 82, after a long illness. A resident of Lismore for over 50 years, she was predeceased by her husband, the late Mr. Joseph Cramp, who, for almost half a century, conducted a boot repairing business in Lismore.

Born at Ulmarra (Clarence River), Mrs. Cramp came to Lismore with her husband and young family when Lismore was a hamlet. She is survived by four sons, Messrs. Ennes (Lismore); Joe (Wallsend), Bart (Lismore), and Eric Cramp (Lismore), and two daughters, Mrs. O'Connor (Summer Hill) and Mrs. Lawrence (Lismore). The funeral will move from St. Carthage's Cathedral at 2.30 this afternoon, after a service, for interment in the general cemetery.

James Sweeney has charge of the funeral arrangements.

Northern Star, 28 June 1948, page 5






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