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John Arthur Benaud (1865–1900)

Mr. John Benaud, watchmaker, youngest son of the late Captain Benaud, andbrother of the proprietor of the Richmond River 'Herald,' died at Coraki on Wednesday night from what is believed to be cholera. Several other persons are suffering from the same complaint, and it is thought that the Health Board should send somebody to investigate the cause of the epidemic.

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'Benaud, John Arthur (1865–1900)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 18 April 2024.

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  • Benaud, Jean Arthur

Manning River, New South Wales, Australia


17 October, 1900 (aged ~ 35)
Coraki, New South Wales, Australia

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