Adela May Waud (born Ireland)

Born:May 3 1887 In:  Cooma, New South Wales, Australia
Died:July 1951 (at age 64)In:  Marrickville, New South Wales, Australia


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Immediate family

Charles Courtenay Waud
Her husband
Courtenay James Waud
Her son
Charles Raymond Waud
Her son
George Waud
Her son
Leonard Waud
Her son
Her father
Evangeline Alice Mary Ireland (born Shaw)
Her mother
Elsie I Ireland
Her sister
Edith Evangeline Smith (born Ireland)
Her sister
Beatrice Victoria Trixie Paterson (born IRELAND)
Her sister
Her brother
Irene Hope [Rene] MacKinnon (born Ireland)
Her sister
Edna Mary Capewell (born IRELAND)
Her sister

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Adela May Ireland died 24 June 1951 in New South Wales, Australia. 
INFO-5genDEATH NOTICE. Sydney Morning Herald, 25 Jun 1951, p.12. Two notices: WAUD, Adela May (nee Addie Ireland) - June 24, 1951 at a private hospital, wife of the late Mr. C. C. Waud, beloved mother of . . .[names deleted] . . . WAUD, Adela May - June 24, 1951, beloved sister and auntie of Mr. and Mrs. J.H. Smith and family of Glebe, Mr and J.A. Paterson of Woollahra, Mr and Mrs J W. Ireland and family of Guildford, Mrs. R. Mackinnon and family of Guildford, Mr and Mrs A. Capewell and family of Botany. At rest. (SydMornHeTro). 
INFOFUNERAL NOTICE. Sydney Morning Herald, 26 Jun 1951, p.18. WAUD -- The funeral of the late Mrs. Adela May Waud will leave our Chapel, 810 George Street Sydney, this Tuesday after service commencing at 2 pm for Rookwood Crematorium. Wood Copfill Limited, Funeral directors. also : WAUD -- The Daughters-in-law and Grandchildren of Adela May Waud are kindly invited to attend her funeral this day (Tuesday) . . .. (SydMornHerGo). 
INFODEATH INDEX. NSW. 1951. Adela May Waud. father: James Thomas; mother: 
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