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BiographyMargaret Elizabeth Dangar was born circa 1835 in New South Wales, Australia to Henry Dangar (1796-1861) and Grace Sibley (c1801-1869) and died 13 November 1901 in Cliveden-place, Eaton Square, London, England, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. She married Walter Lamb (1825-1906) 11 February 1858 in St Michaels, Surry Hills, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.
|Offspring of Walter Lamb and Margaret Elizabeth Dangar (c1835-1901)|
|Walter Henry Lamb (1859-1927)|| |
|Herbert John Lamb (1860-1861)|| |
|(stillborn son) Lamb (1861-1861)|| |
|(son) Lamb (1863-?)|| |
|Florence Mary Lamb (1865-1930)|| |
|Ashley Frederick Lamb (1867-1869)|| |
|Ethel Grace Lamb (1868-1929)|| |
|Leslie Alfred Lamb (1871)|| |
|(stillborn daughter) Lamb (1872-1872)|| |
|Marcia Margaret Lamb (1874-c1942)|| |
|Mildred Evelyn Lamb (1875-c1952)|
Report of death
The news of the death of Mrs. Walter Lamb, in England, was cabled to Sydney last week, and received with regret by a large circle of friends and relations. It is a melancholy and remarkable fact that during the present year there have been recorded the decease of Miss Eva Lamb, daughter of Mr. Edward Lamb; of Mr. J. de V. Lamb, and of his son Alastair, while on active service in South Africa; of Mrs. Edward Lamb; and now of Mrs. Walter Lamb, this making the fifth death within a few months in the same family. So many of the leading people in Sydney are connected with the Lambs by relationship or marriage, that a number of families have been thrown into mourning by the deaths which have unfortunately followed thus closely upon one another.