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Hogan, John (1849–1919)

Mr. John Hogan, Wagga, an old and respected citizen, passed away last night at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. A. Bannatyne, Best-street, Wagga. He was 70 years of age, and his end came after a painful illness, which extended over six months. He was well known as a road contractor, and was for many years resident in Peter-street. Born in County Clare, Ireland, he came to Australia at the age of five years with his parents, and has been a resident of the Wagga district for over 40 years. He leaves one son and two daughters — Mr. Eugene Hogan, of Forbes, Miss Lorrie Hogan, of Junee, and Mrs. A. T. Bannatyne, He also leaves two step-sons, Messrs Oscar and Arthur Chowder, of Junee. His wife died some years ago. The funeral will move to-day at 4 p.m, from the residence of his daughter, Mrs. A.T. Bannatyne Best-street, Wagga. The interment will be made in the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Wagga.

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'Hogan, John (1849–1919)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, http://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/hogan-john-26212/text34153, accessed 30 September 2020.

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Life Summary [details]

Birth

1849
Clare, Ireland

Death

2 January 1919
Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

hemiplegia

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