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Malwyn à Beckett (1834–1906)

Mr. Malwyn à'Beckett, who died at Sale (Victoria) on Monday, was for many years chief examiner of titles in Melbourne, and was known to a very large circle of friends. He was the second son of the late Sir William à Beckett, first Chief Justice of Victoria, and cousin of Mr. Justice à Beckett, the present Acting Chief Justice. He was 71 years of age.

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  • a'Beckett, Malwyn

26 September, 1834
London, Middlesex, England


25 June, 1906 (aged 71)
Sale, Victoria, Australia

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