Eleanor O’Hare

(1865—1941)



 KNOWN AS   Dolly
 
 BORN 1865 in Bombala, NSW.
 Data 

NSW Birth Record 6650/1865

O’HARE ELLENA
JAMES & MARY A
@ BOMBALA
 
 DIED 1 August 1941 in Manly, Sydney, NSW.
 Data 

NSW Death Record 21998/1941

GLASSON ELEANOR
JAMES & MARY ANN
@ MANLY
 
 
 MARRIED Robert Gustavus Glasson (1858-1942) in 1888 at Bombala, NSW.
 Data 

NSW Marriage Record 5929/1888

GLASSON ROBERT G & OHARE DELLIE
@ BOMBALA
 
 CHILDREN   Robert B Glasson (1895-1896)
Keith Glasson (1901-1902)
Eleanor Glasson
Helen Glasson (1899-1899)
Aileen May Glasson (1889-1959)
Rita M Glasson (1891-)
Cora Rosalie Glasson (1892-1967)
Sylvia Dorothy Glasson (1897-)
Reginald Edgar Glasson (1904-)
Margaret Joyce Glasson (1905-1984)


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Molong Express of 9 Aug 1941 said:

LOST WIFE AND BROTHER WITHIN HALF AN HOUR

Mr. R. G. Glasson, of Tremearne, Lucknow, lost his wife and a brother by death within half an hour on Friday evening last.

His wife, Mrs. Eleanor Glasson, died at Manly, and Mr. Harry Glasson, his brother, died in a private hospital at Woodstock half an hour later.

Mrs. Glasson had been ill for some time. She was recently a patient in an Orange hospital, and then went to Sydney for treatment.

Her remains were interred in the South Head Cemetery on Sunday afternoon.

Mr. Harry Glasson, a Woodstock grazier, had been ailing for some five years. He was 86 years of age, and had lived in the district all his life. His wife predeceased him. He leaves three daughters.

Mr. Glasson was a well-known horse owner. Black Burn won the Grenfell Cup four times for him.

The Glasson family is very well known throughout the western districts.  



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