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John Frederick Hancock (1841–1902)

The death is announced of Mr John Hancock, who was well known in the Nor-West. He had been ailing for some months past at Guildford, where he had been living during his illness, and about the 20th ult. he passed away. Deceased, who was the father of Mrs T. Hardie and Miss Amy Hancock, at one time owned Woodbrook and Hanover stations, and at the time of his death owned a station on the Ashburton (Ashburton Downs).

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'Hancock, John Frederick (1841–1902)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/hancock-john-frederick-18967/text30580, accessed 26 February 2024.

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Birth

21 April, 1841
Perthshire, Scotland

Death

22 August, 1902 (aged 61)
Paraburdoo, Western Australia, Australia

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