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Thomas Edward Fardell (1882–1949)

Mr. Thomas Edward Fardell, of Young-road, Lambton, who died suddenly, was 67. Born at Orange he was employed in the signal branch of the Railways Department for 38 years. He lived in the Newcastle district for 20 years, the last 10 at Lambton. Mr. Fardell is survived by his wife, two sons—Reginald (Teralba) and Noel Fardell (Belmont)—and four daughters Mrs. J. Gilpin (Belmont), Mrs. J. McCann (Newcastle), Mrs. J. Delahunty (Sydney), and Mrs. W. Bower (Mayfield). There are 15 grandchildren. The funeral was to the Methodist portion of Sandgate Cemetery. Rev. N. C. King conducted the service.

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'Fardell, Thomas Edward (1882–1949)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 22 May 2024.

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11 June, 1882
Molong, New South Wales, Australia


31 August, 1949 (aged 67)
Lambton, New South Wales, Australia

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