Obituary - Mrs. A. Carey
25 May 1948 The Tumut and Adelong Times
The death occurred at Lewisham Private Hospital, Wagga, on Sunday last, of Mrs. Anastasia Carey, of 29 Marns Street, Wagga, at the age of 81 years.
Mrs. Carey was widely known in the Riverina district, being the widow of the late Mr. Thomas Carey, who, from about 1909 to the early 1920s owned Killimicat station, Tumut, going then to 'Oura', Wagga and until the time of his death, some few years ago, was recognized as one of the best known cattle dealers in the Riverina, Monaro and North Eastern Victoria.
Mrs. Carey was formerly Miss Quirk, sister of the late Mr. Patrick Quirk, of Bombowlee (father of Messrs. Jack, Ted and Gerald Quirk or Tumut) and is survived by two brothers Messrs George (Wodonga) and William Quirk (Melbourne).
Her other brothers and sisters having predeceased her.
The funeral left St Paul's Catholic Church, Coburg, (Melbourne) yesterday morning for the family enclosure in the Fawkner cemetery.