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Kinghorn, Alexander (1846–1917)

Mr. Alexander Kinghorn, died on Sunday morning, aged 70. Mr. Kinghorn was a colonist of 60 years. He was among the first settlers at Cannum, and carried on agricultural pursuits with a good deal of success. A few years ago he retired from the active work of the farm and took up his residence in Warracknabeal. During his residence in the district Mr. Kinghorn gave his support to local institutions. He was one of the foundation members of the Warracknabeal Agricultural Society, and was an energetic member of the Caledonian Society. Mrs. Kinghorn survives her husband. The family consists of four sons, one of whom, Mr. Malcolm Kinghorn, is with the Australian forces at the front. The others are Messrs. David, Francis Richard, and William Kinghorn.

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Additional Resources

  • probate, Argus (Melbourne), 20 October 1917, p 18

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'Kinghorn, Alexander (1846–1917)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/kinghorn-alexander-16076/text28013, accessed 28 November 2021.

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