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Thomas Cecil Cudmore (1877–1927)

Mr. Thomas Cecil Cudmore, whose death occurred in Sydney on Monday, was a son of Mr. J. F. Cudmore, formerly of Paringa Hall, Glenelg. He was born in South Australia 49 years ago, and was educated at a private school at Glenelg, and at Queen's School. On leaving school Mr. Cudmore went to the eastern States, and was living at Rynedale, his station in Queensland. He went with his wife, who was formerly Miss Olive Cochrane, of Sydney, to Sydney for the Christmas holidays, but died after an operation. There were no children. He was a brother of Mesdames R. Bickford, A. M. Toll, Hugh Crawford (Adelaide), and Andrews (Western Australia), and Messrs. D. C. Cudmore, and R. M. Cudmore, Dr. Arthur Cudmore (Adelaide), and Mr. J. K. de L. Cudmore (manager of the Sydney branch of Messrs. Goldsbrougb, Mort & Company).

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'Cudmore, Thomas Cecil (1877–1927)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 27 May 2024.

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