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William Nathaniel Kable (1801–1837)

At his residence, Bathurst, on Thursday morning, the 16th instant, Mr. W. N. Kable [William Nathaniel], inn-keeper. Mr. K. has left a wife and large family to deplore his loss, his death was occasioned by a fall down the stairs of his house, the head coming in contact with some sharp substance, which caused a fracture of the skull.

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22 March, 1801
New South Wales, Australia


16 November, 1837 (aged 36)
Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia

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