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Arthur Hopkins (1831–1882)

Intelligence was received in town to-day of the death of Mr. Arthur Hopkins, at his residence. Murdeduke, near Winchelsea. Mr. Hopkins had been ill for some time, and his death was therefore not altogether unexpected. He was an old colonist, and highly esteemed.

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  • probate, Horsham Times (Vic), 23 June 1882, p 3

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23 January, 1831
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia


14 March, 1882 (aged 51)
Winchelsea, Victoria, Australia

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