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Biography

Susan R Morris was born 3 August 1832 in Portland Head, New South Wales, Australia to Price Morris (1783-1867) and Mary Spear (1802-1888) and died 22 January 1912 in Baerami, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married John Rose (1821-1898) 5 February 1850 in Lower Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom, Australia.




Children


Offspring of John Rose and Susan R Morris (1832-1912)
Name Birth Death Joined with
John J Rose (1851-1877)
Robert James Rose (1852-1884)
Henry Price Rose (1853-1934) 19 July 1853 Webbs Creek, New South Wales, Australia 1934 Muswellbrook, New South Wales, Australia
Jane E A Rose (1854-1879)
Christopher Rose (1856-1931)
Humphrey Rose (1859-1916)
Josiah Rose (1861-1876)
Frances S Rose (1864)
Reuben Rose (1866-1942)
Daniel Rose (1870-1931)

Obituary

Death at Baerami
An Old and Respected Resident.
(From Our Own Correspondent).

It is my sad duty to chronicle the passing away of one of our old and most respected residents—Mrs. Susan Rose, wife of John Rose, sen., at the age of 78 years 5 months, Her demise took place on the night the 22nd instant, at her daughter's residence.

Some few months ago the old Lady's health failed her to such an extent that she had to take to her bed. Medical aid was secured. Careful nursing and every attention were bestowed upon the sufferer, but in spite of all, death came. Congestion of the lungs was the cause of death. Tlie late Mrs. Rose was widely known throughout the district, and her demise has evoked sincere expressions of sorrow. She has left behind her a large family of grownup sons and daughters to mourn. Much sympathy is felt for them in the hour of their bereavement. The remains were interred in the Church of England portion of the Mount Dangar cemetery. The Rev. Mr. King officiated at the graveside.

Mudgee Guardian and North-Western Representative, 29 January 1912, page 3
The Muswellbrook Chronicle, 31 January 1912, page 1



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