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George Edward Barrow (1855–1904)

Mr. George Edward Barrow, of Mansfield, formerly of Runnymede, died in Melbourne on the 22nd of last month at the age of 49 years. The deceased gentleman was well-known and highly popular in the districts of Bendigo, Runnymede, Elmore, Rochester, etc. Mr. Barrow, who was a brother of Mrs. W. C. Vahland, and Mrs. G. H. Watson, of this city, was on a visit to Bendigo two years ago, when he underwent treatment for sciatica.

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16 July, 1855
Victoria, Australia


22 September, 1904 (aged 49)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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