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in memory of

Jennifer Jay Davies

Jennifer Jay Davies

7th November 1956 - 23rd June 2024


Jenny passed away suddenly but peacefully of natural causes at her home amongst the bush in Campbells Creek aged just 67.

A truly remarkable, brave, passionate, insightful and talented woman, she will be dearly missed by her children Bryn and Meredith,

her little grandson Ethan, her siblings Gayle and David, her extended family and all those that were fortunate enough to know her and call her a friend.

While our time with her has been cut tragically short, the memories and the moments with Jenny will live on in our hearts forever. 

At the end of it all there is only love.


A service to celebrate Jenny's life will be held in the Chapel of Mount Alexander Funerals,

12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine on Saturday 20th July commencing at 2.00pm.

Following this service you are warmly invited to join her family for light refreshments 

at Buda Historic Homestead in Hunter Street, Castlemaine.


If you wish to join us at the service via livestream
please return to the home page of this website and click on the livestream button.
The service will be live approximately 5 -10 minutes prior to commencing.



Funeral Details

Chapel of Mount Alexander Funerals
12 Campbell Street

20th July 2024 at 2:00 PM

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3 responses to “Jennifer Jay Davies”

  1. Virginia Harkin says:

    Dear Bryn, Meredith and extended family
    I was so sad to hear of Jenny’s passing.
    Jenny was an integral part of our community choir Mainesong a few years ago, and more recently I caught up with Jenny as a fellow Art Pathways student!
    Virginia Harkin

  2. Michael Binney says:

    I am saddened to hear of this.
    I met Jenny when she was doing the research for her book “Beyond the Facade”.
    As a result, I spent many hours with her and was able to provide substantial information which found its way into the book.
    It was always a delight to be in her company, there was always a friendly greeting, a smile and always new updates on what she had discovered.
    This was often shared over a coffee or two, on one occasion out at Tooradin, when she was on her way to Phillip Island
    Her inquisitive nature left no stone unturned, and this is what made her book irresistible reading.
    I am fortunate to have a copy with a lovely handwritten note of thanks to me.
    As such I offer my sincerest of condolences to her immediate family, her extended family and to those who held her dear.
    May her soul rest in eternal peace.
    Michael Binney

  3. Dianne Thorpe says:

    Even though we only met two years ago, Jenny became a very special person in my life.
    I so valued her friendship and enjoyed the outings and things we did together.
    They have now become precious memories that I will hold in my heart forever.
    Dianne Thorpe

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