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The Late Mrs Hermon

The death of Mrs Hermon, the wife of the Eev. A. Hermon, which took plaoe on Saturday last, was an event which excited in the minds of all who knew them a feeling of the deepest sympathy with the bereaved husband. Mrs Hermon had been indisposed for some weeks and it was hoped, by her medical attendants, that as she was very young a favorable turn might be taken and her life prolonged for many years, but that hope was not realised. The deceased lady was highly esteemed not only among the members of the Church of England, but among all other classes of the community. Cn Monday morning the casket containing the remains of th* deceased lady was forwarded to Nelson for interment in their last resting place.

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The Late Mrs Hermon, Feilding Star, Volume XI, Issue 1, 18 June 1889

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The Late Mrs Hermon Feilding Star, Volume XI, Issue 1, 18 June 1889

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