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Carlo Ferruchio Fiaschi (1880–1910)

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Dr. Carlo Fiaschi was found lying on his bed at Lithgow to-day in a dying condition. He succumbed shortly afterwards. An inquest will be held. Dr. Fiaschi was recently acquitted in connection with a charge arising out of the death of a young woman named Nightingale.

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'Fiaschi, Carlo Ferruchio (1880–1910)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 22 July 2024.

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4 March, 1880
Windsor, New South Wales, Australia


25 April, 1910 (aged 30)
Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia

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