In Taphophile Tragics # 2 , I showed you the resting place of one of my great great grand mothers. Now, if I am right - and as I work it out a bit like a tennis draw, there is a chance that I have the bull by the horns - each of us has 8 great great grand mothers and 8 GGGFs.
In TT2 I showed you the resting place of my paternal grandmother's grandmother on her father's side (stick with me!). Today, I will show you the resting place of my paternal grandmother's grandmother on her mother's side. I think. Phew!
Annie Faull died in Drummoyne in Sydney in 1929 and is buried in Rookwood Cemetery. Being folk of mean means, her grave is without a marker, but is mapped. I guess it does have a marker of a kind. She rests beneath that fulsome palm in the second photograph.
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