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BiographyChristina Smith was born circa 1829 and died 1905 in Marulan, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Conrad Sieler (c1827-1913) .
|Offspring of Conrad Sieler and Christina Smith (c1829-1905)|
|Elizabeth Ann Sieler (c1859-c1927)|| |
|Hannah Rebecca Sieler (c1861-c1923)|| |
|John William Sieler (c1862-1929)||1862 Marulan, New South Wales, Australia||17 November 1929 St. John of God Hospital, Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia|| Charlotte Alice Taylor (1865-1951)|
|Frederick D Sieler (c1866-c1876)|| |
|Henry George Sieler (c1869-1948)|| |
|Catherine Christina Sieler (c1864-c1933)|| |
|Sarah Ann Sieler (c1871-c1947)|| |
|Albert Alfred Sieler (c1873-c1940)|| |
|Florence Amelia Sieler (c1875-c1962)|
OBITUARY.—Quite a gloom was cast over our little community when it became known that the grim hand of death had taken Mrs. C. Sieler, mother of our esteemed citizen Mr. J. Sieler. The news was more of a shock when it became known that the deceased lady had been ailing only about six hours. The services of Dr. Handcock were secured but he was almost too late, as Mrs. Sieler passed away soon after his arrival. I hear the cause of death was acute paralysis and old age. The deceased lady was 76 years of age, and for over 60 years had been a resident of the district. She was known and respected by one and all for her very kind and sympathising nature and generosity; she was at all times ready to assist those in distress. The remains were interred in the Church of England cemetery at Marulan, where the burial service was conducted by the Rev. E. L. Timewell. The cortage to the grave was one of the largest seen here for many years, the church being packed during a short service previous to moving the body to the cemetery. The chief mourners were Mr. C. Sieler, husband, Messrs. J., H. and A. Seler, sons and Mrs. H. Murray, Mrs. Baldock (Ashfield), Mrs. Hogg (Sydney) and Miss Sieler (Sydney), daughters. The townspeople and others sympathise with the Sieler family in their great loss.