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Frances Gordon (Johnston) Murray (1846 - 1910)

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Frances Gordon (Fanny) Murray formerly Johnston
Born in Annandale, New South Wales, Australiamap
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Wife of — married 13 Sep 1871 in Concord, New South Wales, Australiamap
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Died in Pymble, New South Wales, Australiamap
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Frances Gordon "Fanny" Johnston was born on 12th December 1846 at Annandale, New South Wales.[1] She was the younger daughter of Robert Johnston and Fanny Weller.

On 13th September 1871 Fanny married George Murray in St David's Presbyterian Church, Dobroyde (now Haberfield).[2] The marriage was announced in the press: On the 13th instant, at St. David's Church, Dobroyde, Ashfield, by the Rev. A. N. Mackray, GEORGE ALEXANDER, eldest son of the late Rev. GEORGE MURRAY, of Stonefield, Scotland, to FANNY GORDON, youngest daughter of Captain ROBERT JOHNSTON, R.N., of Annandale, near Sydney.[3]

She passed away of tuberculosis on 2nd August 1910 at Pymble, New South Wales.[4]


  1. New South Wales Birth Index #2829/1846 V18462829 32A
  2. New South Wales Marriage Index #1365/1871; reg'd at Concord
  3. The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW: 1842-1954) Fri 15 Sep 1871 Page 1 Family Notices
  4. New South Wales Death Index #8913/1910

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