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Hugh Edward Hamersley (1867–1935)

The death occurred this morning at his residence, Well station, Walkaway, of Mr. Hugh Edward Hamersley. Deceased, who was 68 years of age, was a member of a well known pioneering family which settled at Guildford in the early days of the State. The family also held land at Walkaway, where the late Mr. Hamersley was born. He was a nephew of Lady Forrest. Mr. Hamersley was well known as a breeder of Red Poll cattle and as a raiser of fat lambs. He is survived by a widow, three sons and one daughter.

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