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Faithfull, Reginald Gibson (1889–1948)

The death occurred at Lewisham private hospital, Wagga, on Saturday morning of Mr. Reginald Gibson Faithfull, son of the late Dr. R. L. Faithfull and Mrs. Faithfull, of Inveralochy and a grandson of William Pitt Faithfull, one of the pioneers of the district.

Mr. Faithfull, who, was 58 years of age, had suffered a very short illness.

Well known in the Goulburn district, Mr. Faithfull was owner of Wandoo Station, near Wagga, and was one of the best known graziers in the Riverina. He served in the First World War with the British Cavalry and received the M.C.

During his life at Inveralochy, Mr. Faithfull took a keen interest in picnic racing. He had and rode his own horses at Tirranna and Bong Bong. He is survived by a widow.

The funeral took place on Monday morning, interment being in the Springfield Station private cemetery.

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'Faithfull, Reginald Gibson (1889–1948)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/faithfull-reginald-gibson-19793/text31063, accessed 6 August 2021.

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