Know someone who lived an extraordinary life? Print Cancel. Price Request Price Request. In thejust over a year after Sarah died, the electorate of Riverina where she'd lived polled a 55 per cent 'Yes' in the same-sex marriage postal survey.
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When she was 13 or 14 she moved to Sydney to live with her nan, Georgina Williams, and home-schooled herself. Please try a different search. Lisa says Sarah did what she felt was the most powerful thing she could — she penned a letter to their local MP Michael McCormack, now Deputy Prime Minister, begging him to allow them to marry.
She also learnt how to take a car apart, was a youth worker and did project work with the local council — and after being told she didn't have a very good voice, she taught herself how to sing.