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Louis Jacobs (1850–1898)

Mr. Louis Jacobs died at his residence, 152 Victoria- street, Darlinghurst, on Tuesday, 15th October, aged 48. The deceased was a son of the late Mr. John Jacobs, and married a daughter of the late Mr. Lewis Cohen. Mr. Philippstein officiated at Rookwood Cemetery. The late Mr. Jacobs received his education at Gloucester House, Kew, Surrey, England, carried on by Messrs. Neumegen for over 60 years, and thus one of the oldest Jewish schools still in existence in the United Kingdom. Several well-known members of this school are resident in this country, including Mr. Jacob A. Moss and Mr. Benjamin, of Rosenthal, Lazarus and Co. The deceased gentleman was a brother to Mr. Jacobs, editor of the Jewish Year Book.

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New South Wales, Australia


15 October, 1898 (aged ~ 48)
Darlinghurst, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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