Ann Bartley

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Ann Bartley was born in 1839, the daughter of John Bartley and Norah Sheedy.[1] She married Thomas Drury in 1878.[2] Ann Drury died at Ballarat in 1922[3] and is buried in the Creswick Cemetery.[4]

Goldfields Involvement, 1854

Five year old Ann Bartley was on the scene of the Eureka Stockade in 1854.[5]

Post 1854 Experiences


Drury.—The funeral of the late Mrs Ann Drury took place from the residence of her daughter, Mrs Lindsay. 22 Yuille street on Monday, the place of interment being the Creswick Cemetery. The deceased lady was 84 years of age, and was a colonist of 72 years. She was on the scene of the Eureka Stockade, and could relate many stirring episodes of the early days. Among the floral tributes, was a beautiful wreath from Hall’s boot factory. The following gentlemen accompanied the chief mourners:—Messrs J. Drury, W. Miles, S. Harrison, R. Eva, B. Murphy, T. Hannan, and W. E. Longhurst. The Rev. Father Brophy- officiated at the grave, and Messrs Steve Wellington and Son carried out the funeral arrangements.[6]

See also

Children and Eureka

Further Reading


  1. Victorian Death Record
  2. Victorian marriage Record
  3. Victorian Death Record
  4. Ballarat Star, 13 December 1922.
  5. Ballarat Star, 13 December 1922.
  6. Ballarat Star, 13 December 1922.

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