|29 June 1880 in Orange district, NSW.|
|15 August 1880, at Wesley Church, Byng, NSW.|
|1919 in Sydney, NSW.|
|23 June 1919 in Rookwood Independent Cemetery, NSW.|
|Thomas Sydney Lister (1840-1920)|
|Emily Australia Tom (1856-1938)|
Said to have had a cleft palate. Went to live with the Con Crawshaws over their shop at Rozelle to help her sister Dot with the children. After her brother Sid died, Una "lost the will to live." During the influenza epidemic she took ill and died within a couple of days. Unmarried. Con Crawshaw felt guilty at the end of his life that they "had done nothing for Una," so Hope Crawshaw paid for a headstone.
Una appears in the photo on this page.
Why only Una died of an infectious disease in a crowded household of at least 7 people remains unclear. Althought only 39 years old, she was probably the oldest person in the household. Others wore masks, which were probably of little benefit. Did she also help in the shop? Did the children bring the virus home from school?