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Thomas Arndell (1824–1907)

The funeral of the late Thomas Arndell, of Macquarie, near Windsor, took place on Thursday in the cemetery attached to the Ebenezer Church, with which Mr. Arndell and his ancestors have been prominently associated ever since its erection over a century ago. Mr. Arndell's wife predeceased him by about 11 years, and he left four sons, three, of whom are engaged in pastoral and farming pursuits, the other having been for many years connected with the General Post Office, Sydney. The deceased gentleman was 83 years of age.

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Life Summary [details]


4 February, 1824
Cattai, New South Wales, Australia


30 October, 1907 (aged 83)
Ebenezer, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

Religious Influence

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