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A brass ewer commemorates Fanny Kathleen Bushman.
Fanny Bushman was born in 1868, daughter of John G. Bushman of the 21st Hussars and Clara Cox Bushman.
The family lived in St. John Street and attended both St. John's Church and St. Paul's. At the latter, Fanny spent many years of her short life as a Sunday School teacher. She never married and died on 18th May, 1910 aged 42 years.
In her memory at St. Paul's the Sunday School purchased a brass ewer for use at the baptismal font.
|Address:||196-244 Low Head Road, Ainslie House, St Paul`s by the Sea, Low Head, 7253|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -41.075461|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Monument Type:||Religious Object|
|Approx. Monument Dedication Date:||1910|
To the glory of God
In memory of the unselfish life and devoted service of Fanny K. Bushman
Presented by St. Paul`s Sunday School