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Hannah Elizabeth (Brown) Wilde (abt. 1868 - 1901)

Hannah Elizabeth Wilde formerly Brown
Born about [location unknown]
Daughter of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Wife of — married 1895 (to 1901) in Victoria, Australiamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Warracknabeal, Victoria, Australiamap
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Hannah Elizabeth Brown was born about 1868. She was the daughter of Peter Brown & Hannah (Warner) Brown. hannah married John Wilde in 1895 at victoria Australia. Hannah Elizabeth (Brown) Wilde age 33 passed away in 1901 at Warracknabeal, Victoria, Australia. [1]
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) 19 June 1901
WARRACKNABEAL.—Mrs. John Wilde, the wife of another pioneer farmer, died on Tuesday.


  1. VIC BDM Index WILDE Hannah Elizth (parents) Brown Peter & Hannah (Warner) Reg. year1901 Reg. no7827 (age 33, died Warracknabeal)
  • Marriage VIC BDM Index WILDE John married BROWN Hannah Elizth Reg. year1895 Reg. no423
  • Death VIC BDM Index WILDE Hannah Elizth (parents) Brown Peter & Hannah (Warner) Reg. year1901 Reg. no7827 (age 33, died Warracknabeal)

Research Notes

[ "SUPPOSED SUSPICIOUS DEATH AT WARRACKNABEAL." The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954) 28 June 1901

"INQUIRY INTO A DEATH." The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954) 28 June 1901
The adjourned inquiry Into the death of Mrs. Wilde, wife of J. Wilde, farmer, of Bangerang North, was concluded to-day, before Mr. Dickson, P.M.
The coroner, in summing up, said it seemed as if somebody was to blame, more particularly as the post mortem revealed loss of blood. There was neglect to some extent by somebody, but there was little evidence to assist them to a definite conclusion. If Wilde would not go for a doctor the family could have sent for one by dozens of other messengers.
As far as the treatment by the Indian doctor in the present case was concerned, it might as well have been applied to a board. Of course ignorance of matters concerning ill ness accounted for a great deal, but it struck him that if Wilde had had a horse suffering from bleeding, etc., to the same ex tent as his wife had suffered, he would have had it attended to with promptitude.
The jury found that deceased met her death from blood poisoning after childbirth, and expressed the opinion that if a skilled nurse had been in attendance the death would have been averted, but they did not find that criminal negligence was attributable to anyone.

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