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Cyrus Everingham (1847–1929)

The death occurred in the Armidale and New England Hospital on Tuesday morning of Mr. Cyrus Everingham, a well-known resident of that district. The deceased, who was well advanced in years, went from Grafton to the New England district many years ago and carried on grazing pursuits at "Rooya," near Abington. Four or five years ago he retired and went to live in Armidale. He leaves a widow and family of sons, several of whom took part in the war.

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14 March, 1847
Sackville, New South Wales, Australia


14 May, 1929 (aged 82)
Armidale, New South Wales, Australia

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