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Biography

Jane Elizabeth Eldridge was born 24 November 1851 in Cooks Vale Creek, New South Wales, Australia to William Eldridge (1815-1900) and Jane Cramp (1824-1903) and died 10 April 1911 in Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Newtown, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Albert Shurmer (1851-1922) 23 June 1874 in Binda, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from Australia, the United Kingdom.




Children


Offspring of Albert Shurmer and Jane Elizabeth Eldridge (1851-1911)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sarah Anne Shurmer (1875-1960)
William John Shurmer (1876-1962)
Alice May Shurmer (1879-1928) 6 June 1879 Burraga, New South Wales, Australia 2 February 1928 Granville, New South Wales, Australia Frank Eager (1878-1938)

Oliver Charles Shurmer (1880-1937)
Hannah Maria Shurmer (1881-1902)
Rose Mildred Shurmer (1883-1947)
Daisy Edith Shurmer (1887-1916) 23 March 1887 Carcoar, New South Wales, Australia 8 November 1916 Cootamundra, New South Wales, Australia Francis Cecil Shurmer (1889-1960)

Elsie Gertrude Shurmer (1889-1972)

Death

FATAL TRAM ACCIDENT.

About 7 p.m. on Sunday Jane Shurmer, 59, a married woman, residing at 66 Darling-street, Glebe, was travelling by tram along Glebe Point-road. The tram had just passed Bridge road when Mrs. Shurmer got off while the tram was still in motion, and she was thrown heavily on to the roadway. She was admitted, in an unconscious condition, and suffering from a fractured skull, to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, where she died yesterday.

The Sydney Morning Herald, 11 April 1911, page 11






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