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Edwin Chisholm (1836–1921)

from Evening News

Dr. Edwin Chisholm, M.D., one of the oldest medical practitioners in the State, died at his residence, 'Inveran', Victoria street, Ashfield, at the age of 85 years. For many years he practiced at Camden and then removed to Ashfield, and at both places he was widely known and respected as a medical man and a citizen. Dr. E. C. Chisholm, medical officer in charge of construction works at Marrangaroo, is a son; and one of his daughters is Mrs. Hodgson, wife of Mr. Hodgson, Chief Traffic Manager for Railways. He was a half-brother of the late Messrs. John and James Chisholm. The funeral took place this afternoon, at Rookwood.

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'Chisholm, Edwin (1836–1921)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 19 June 2024.

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30 July, 1836
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


20 January, 1921 (aged 84)
Ashfield, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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