Dwyer and Mackay

Grave "Sacred to the memory of Anastasia Mary, beloved wife of Abraham Williams, born Kilkenny, Ireland, 1864, died 7 Oct 1916, Passed away her rosary holding, In her cold and lifeless hand, With her crucifix her passport, To yon bright and happy land.

Also son of the above Pte. James U. Williams, 12 Batt A.I.F. died of wounds received at Poziers, France, 10 September 1916, Anzac 25 April 1915 - France 1916, Aged 25 years"

Collection Item Data

Medium Format: 16.5x21.6 cm. / 6.5x8.5 inch
Medium: Unknown B&W
Keywords: gravesacredmemoryanastasiamarybelovedwifeabrahamwilliamsbornkilkennyirelanddiedoctpassedrosaryholdingcoldlifelesshandcrucifixpassportyonbrighthappylandsonptejamesbattwoundsreceivedpoziersfranceseptemberanzacaprilagedyears
Accession Number: GMM1047
Registration Number: GM02047
Location: Kalgoorlie?
State: WA W
Creator:  J.J. Dwyer
Original Legal Broker: Museum of the Goldfields - MOG; Golden Mile Museum
Cataloguer:  Pam Moore
Year Taken: 1916

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