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Lewis Ahronson (1875–1877)

On Wednesday last the infant son of Mr. H. Ahronson, of Cundletown, a fine child about eighteen months old, died rather suddenly. It appears that the infant had been suffering from diarrhea for a few days, but no serious consequences were apprehended, unfortunately convulsions set in on Wednesday which quickly carried the little fellow off. We believe the remains were taken to Sydney by the Diamantina.

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7 June, 1875
Cundletown, New South Wales, Australia


25 December, 1877 (aged 2)
Cundletown, New South Wales, Australia

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