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William Redfern Antill (1828–1905)

Mr W. R. [William Redfern] Antill died yesterday morning at his residence, Abbotsford, Picton, aged 78 years. He was the senior magistrate and chairman of the licensing board. Mr Antill took a leading part in Church matters, and was widely respected.

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3 January, 1828
Picton, New South Wales, Australia


5 September, 1905 (aged 77)
Picton, New South Wales, Australia

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