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Re: sarah Taylor
« Reply #27 on: Saturday 07 July 18 02:47 BST (UK) »
Wivenhoe asked for all the info on that death cert, and I strongly support that request ... particularly as it may well help you find info about James ... for example, who was the informant on that d.c. and what was noted on the d.c. as their relationship to Sarah ...  what else does the d.c. inform on? Can you deduce if James was alive at that time?

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Re: sarah Taylor
« Reply #28 on: Monday 09 July 18 03:12 BST (UK) »
Sarah died on the 25th May 1861 at Linden House off Parramatta Street
female 58 years
father-Richard Edwards
mother unknown
informant- Thomas Taylor - Son- Linden House
regist- 27 May 1861
buried 28th May 1861 Camperdown Cemetery-  R Starslow
where born  London- 30 years in N S W
place of marriage--Sydney- 31 years- James Taylor
children of marriageJohn27, Thomas25, Mary Ann 21 Sarah 18, Elizabeth 16, Catherine 12

that is all that is on it
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sorry about the delay but laptop died and it was on there so had to get it from a cousin that i had sent it to

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Re: sarah Taylor
« Reply #29 on: Monday 09 July 18 04:29 BST (UK) »
Does it note her status ... eg widow... although as son was informant it is possible / very likely James was not present to make funeral arrangements... so perhaps he was already deceased or working away ... perhaps in other colony, perhaps with eldest son, leaving Thomas to look after mum and young sisters ...

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Re: sarah Taylor
« Reply #30 on: Monday 09 July 18 04:47 BST (UK) »
no it does not say widow so that would mean he was still alive then