Isobel SilverIsobel Silver

Isobel Menzies Silver (1860-1934) lived with her brothers at Harvieston Farm before getting married later in life (aged 46) to a widower named John Duncan, who was the brother of Alex Duncan who'd married her eldest sister Helen and moved to England.
There is a 1930 letter she wrote to her Australian niece Bella Dobbs (nee Silver).

 

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