Isabella ALLINGHAM1833 - 1907 (73 years)
Name Isabella ALLINGHAM Born 13 Jul 1833 Boa Island, Fermanagh, Ireland  Christened 13 Jul 1833 Templecarn, Fermanagh, Ireland  Gender Female Died 21 May 1907 Balmain, NSW, Australia Buried Hillgrove, NSW, Australia Person ID I204 My Genealogy Last Modified 30 Dec 2017
Father Robert Johnson ALLINGHAM, b. Fermanagh, Ireland , d. Bef 1850, Ireland Mother Sarah (or Elizabeth) JOHNSTON, bur. 4 Mar 1847, Templecarn, Fermanagh, Ireland Married Yes, date unknown Family ID F30 Group Sheet | Family Chart
Family George MORROW, c. 7 Dec 1823, Magheraculmoney, Fermanagh, Ireland , d. 21 Aug 1906, Hillgrove, NSW, Australia (Age ~ 82 years) Married 13 Jan 1853 Armidale, NSW, Australia 
- My certificate states an incorrect church. Index code is NS which is St Peters, Armidale
Children 1. Robert William MORROW, b. 28 Dec 1853, Armidale, NSW, Australia , d. 24 Jun 1931, Marrickville, NSW, Australia (Age 77 years) 2. Fanny MORROW, b. 11 Aug 1855, Armidale, NSW, Australia , d. 1937, Balmain, NSW, Australia (Age 81 years) 3. Sarah Jane MORROW, b. 1857, Armidale, NSW, Australia , d. 9 Mar 1936, Marrickville, NSW, Australia (Age 79 years) 4. George Edward MORROW, b. 1859, Armidale, NSW, Australia , d. 1951, Auburn, NSW, Australia (Age 92 years) 5. James H MORROW, b. 1861, Armidale, NSW, Australia , d. 23 Jul 1913, Catherine Hill Bay, NSW, Auatralia (Age 52 years) 6. Elizabeth A (Bessie) MORROW, b. 1863, Armidale, NSW, Australia , d. 22 May 1899, Hillgrove, NSW, Australia (Age 36 years) 7. Richard MORROW, b. 9 Jan 1866, Uralla, NSW, Australia , d. 25 Jun 1919, Hillgrove, NSW, Australia (Age 53 years) 8. Alfred J MORROW, b. 1868, Armidale, NSW, Australia , d. Yes, date unknown 9. Johnstone MORROW, b. 1871, Armidale, NSW, Australia , d. 1950, Canterbury, NSW, Australia (Age 79 years) 10. Edith Isabella MORROW, b. 18 Jul 1874, Armidale, NSW, Australia , d. 28 Jan 1959, Rosebery, NSW, Australia (Age 84 years) Last Modified 19 Sep 2014 Family ID F15 Group Sheet | Family Chart
- From: The Sydney Morning Herald Monday May 27, 1907. Hillgrove, Saturday: Mrs Isabella Morrow, an old Hillgrove resident, who died in Sydney last Tuesday at the age of 75, was the relic of the late Mr George Morrow, an old New England poineer, who died about seven months ago. Mrs Morrow met with a serious accident a short time ago, which accelerated her end. Her remains were conveyed to Hillgrove, amd intered beside those of her husband in the Church of England Cemetary on Thursday.
- The Hillgrove Guardian - Death of Mrs Morrow, Senr.
It becomes our sad duty to record the death of Mrs Morrow, senr., who passed away at her daughter's (Mrs Burrowes') residence, Balmain, on Tuesday night, at the advanced age of 75 years. It will be remembered that the venerable old lady some few weeks ago fell and fractured her thigh while visiting the Newcastle Anglican Catherdral, and she was conveyed from there to Sydney by her daughter-in-law (Mrs Robt. Morrow), who had accompanied her from Hillgrove. The sufferer was taken to her daughter's residence and attended by Dr. Finlay. Everything that medical aid and skillful nursing could avail was done for her, but she never seemed to rally much, and finally commenced to sink very rapidly until the hour came for her passage from this mundane sphere. Although deceased had reached the allotted span, and was noticed to be failing greatly since her husband died nine months ago, no doubt the unfortunate accident accelerated her death. The late Mrs Morrow was a native of Donegal, Ireland, and came to New South Wales with her uncle (the late Mr. Edward Allingham, of Armidale) 58 years ago, being then only 17 years of age. Some few years afterwards she married the late Mr George Morrow, and they had resided in Armidale district during the whole of their married life, and reared a large and respected family. Deceased had been a resident of Hillgrove during the past 18 years. The surviving members of the family are - Robert, James, Richard (Hillgrove), George and Johnstone (Inverell), and Alfred (New Zealand), and Mrs Burrrowes (Sydney) , Mrs Rathbone and Mrs Collins (Hillgrove). There is one daughter deceased (Mrs M. Roberts). She also leaves 33 grand children and one great grand child. The corpse, which was enclosed in polished cedar coffin silver-mounted, was conveyed from Sydney to Armidale by train, whither it arrived on Thursday morning in charge of Mr George Morrow (son of deceased), amd was met by other members of the family and sympathisers, and brought to Hillgrove, Mr Hirschberg being the undertaker. (the rest of the article is partially missing and unreadable).
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