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Grayland, James Charles (1874–1938)

It was a coincidence that Mr James Charles Grayland, of Melbourne, should die on Thursday, December 15, the same day as his uncle, Mr. C. J. Grayland, of Cobden. Mr J. C. Grayland was the second son of the late Mr and Mrs T. Grayland, Cobden. He was born there, and after his marriage, took up farming in the district for a few years. He was a brother of Sarah (Mrs W. Higgins, Melbourne), Hannah (Mrs F. Williams, Cobden), Messrs Thomas Grayland (Cobrico), and Walter Grayland (Melbourne). The funeral took place to Fawkner cemetery. The coffin-bearers were Messrs. T. and W. Grayland. T. Higgins, E. and T. Hammond, and F. Cole. The pall bearers were Messrs. F. Williams, W. Higgins, W. and J. Hill, B. Haywood and Holden, secretary L.O. R.).

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'Grayland, James Charles (1874–1938)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/grayland-james-charles-14679/text25818, accessed 28 October 2021.

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