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Henry Barrow (1815–1863)

The late Mr Henry Barrow, an old and respected resident in the Bendigo district, we are sorry to learn, died lately. He had been ailing for many years. Mr. Hoyle latterly, and the late Mr. Hugh Smith formerly, attended him professionally. Mr. Barrow was of a kindly disposition, and his death has caused a void, not only in many private families, but also in the mind of the public.

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16 October, 1815
Honington, Suffolk, England


13 November, 1863 (aged 48)
Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

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