A Laggan correspondent reports the death at the ripe age of 75 years of Mrs James Connor, a prominent resident of Kempton. The deceased lady was twice married and leaves a husband, eight sons and daughters, a host of grandchildren, and a number of great grandchildren. The sons are Edward, Henry, Thomas and William, Burraga, and the daughters Mrs. T. O'Connor, Kempton, Mrs. John Marmont, Taralga, Mrs. C. Connor, Forbes, and Mrs. J. Fahey, Laggan. The late Mrs. Connor was a member of the well-known Seaman family. The funeral was very largely attended, a conspicuous feature being the number of pioneers from far and near who were present. The remains were laid to rest in the Church of England cemetery, Bolong, the Rev. S. Broadfoot, Crook- well, officiating at the grave.
"Australia, Births and Baptisms, 1792-1981," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XT6D-FB8 : accessed 14 Oct 2014), Catherine Seaman, 11 Aug 1846; citing ST SAVIOUR ARGYLE, NEW SOUTH WALES, AUSTRALIA; FHL microfilm 993956.
BDM Index ref for marriage: 2078/1867
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BDM Index ref for marriage: 3032/1885 - the index has two entries: "3832/1885 CONNER JAMES TOOLE CATHERINE CROOKWELL" (6/1/1885) and "CONNORS JAMES TOOLE CATHERINE PADDINGTON (5/7/1885)". The first looks more likely.