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Henry Kable (1763–1846)

On Monday last, rather suddenly, aged 84 years, Mr. Henry Kable, one of the first settlers in the Colony, who has seen his children and grand children grow up about him in comfort and respectability. His remains were followed to the grave yesterday afternoon, by a great many friends and neighbours.

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Suffolk, England


16 March, 1846 (aged ~ 83)
Windsor, New South Wales, Australia

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Crime: theft
Sentence: 14 years