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Albert Henry Cohen (1862–1934)

Mr. Albert Henry Cohen, who died at his residence, Rose Bay, yesterday, aged 71 years, was born in Tasmania. He was a son of the late Louis Cohen, who for many years conducted an auctioneering and real estate business in Sydney. He arrived with his parents in Sydney 60 years ago, and until his retirement managed the city business of Mr Sol Green. For 45 years he was a member of Tattersall Club. He served on the committee for several terms, and was one of the few members upon whom life membership had been conferred. He was also a member of the A.J.C. He is survived by Mrs. Cohen and one daughter. His two brothers are Messrs Maddocks Cohen and William L. Cohen, solicitors. The funeral will take place at the Rookwood Cemetery this afternoon following a service at the Jewish chapel.

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'Cohen, Albert Henry (1862–1934)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/cohen-albert-henry-20899/text31582, accessed 18 April 2024.

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Life Summary [details]

Birth

14 March, 1862
Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

Death

15 January, 1934 (aged 71)
Rose Bay, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

cancer (stomach)

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