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Hyam Edward Hart (1846–1931)

The late Mr. H. E. [Hyam Edward] Hart of Alnwick House, St. Marks Road, Darling Point, leaves a widow and three daughters, Mrs. A. E. Phillips, Mrs. Orwell Phillips, and Mrs. G. S. Keesing. Mr. Hart was in business for many years in Dunedin before removing to Sydney. The interment at which Rev Rabbi Cohen officiated, took place at Rookwood on Thursday, May 7. Those present included Mr. Gordon Keesing, Mr. R. B. Singer, Mr. G. Michaelis, Mr R. Michaelis, Mr. E. R. Baruch, Mr. L. M. Phillips, Mr. A. H. Phillips, Mr R. B. Asher, Mr. L. G. Cohen, Mr. David L. Cohen, Mr. A. M. Cohen, Mr. Reeves, Col A. W. Hyman, Mr. Albert Nathan, Mr. S. S. Cohen, Mr. L. W. Cohen, Mr E. L. Davis, Mr. F. Levick, Mr. Woolf.

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'Hart, Hyam Edward (1846–1931)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 24 July 2024.

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30 May, 1846
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


6 May, 1931 (aged 84)
Darling Point, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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