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Reginald Charles (Reg) Grimm (1882–1932)

Reginald Grimm, 1914-18

Reginald Grimm, 1914-18

Manly City Council, 002991

Mr. Reginald Charles Grimm, 50, who had arrived the day before to stay with his brother, Mr. Arthur Grimm, was found unconscious in a room with a bullet wound in his head. He was brought to the local hospital, where he died. Mr. Grimm was 50 years of age, and was a son of the late Rev. G. Grimm, a Presbyterian minister, who, at one time, had charge of the local church.

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Reginald Grimm, 1914-18

Reginald Grimm, 1914-18

Manly City Council, 002991

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New South Wales, Australia


April, 1932 (aged ~ 50)
Grenfell, New South Wales, Australia

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