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Nathan Sydney Cohen (1863–1931)

The funeral of the late Mr. Nathan Sydney Cohen took place at Rookwood on Sunday last in the presence of many friends, Rabbi Kirsner officiated. The late Mr. Cohen was for many years a traveller for Messrs S. Hoffnung and Co. Ltd., and subsequently for the Paget Manufacturing Company Ltd. He was a son of the late Mr and Mrs. Louis Cohen of this City and his surviving brothers and sisters are Mrs. Louis Jacobs (Randwick), Mrs. Myer Rintel (Melbourne), Mr. Albert H. Cohen, Mr. E. G. Maddocks Cohen, Mrs. L. I. Rodd (Randwick), Mr. William L. Cohen and Mrs. Philip Frankel (Brisbane). Mr. Cohen of late years took a great interest in the bowling world and for some years was the hon. secretary of the Manly Bowling Club.

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Additional Resources

  • death notice, Sydney Morning Herald, 21 February 1931, p 12

Citation details

'Cohen, Nathan Sydney (1863–1931)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/cohen-nathan-sydney-20930/text31594, accessed 16 April 2024.

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Life Summary [details]

Birth

10 December, 1863
Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

Death

20 February, 1931 (aged 67)
Manly, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

bowel disease

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