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John Alfred Isaacs (1863–1944)

The death occurred in Melbourne yesterday of Mr. John Alfred Isaacs, 83, brother of Sir Isaac Isaacs. Mr. Isaacs practised as a solicitor for many years, until failing health forced him to retire. He was M.L.A. for Ovens from 1894 to 1902. He is survived by a widow.

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6 February, 1863
Yackandandah, Victoria, Australia


23 August, 1944 (aged 81)
Auburn, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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