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Langlois O'Grady Lefroy (1862–1877)

LEFROY.— January 20, at Lescragh, county Tipperary, while staying with his uncle, Major Bruce, accidentally, by the discharge of his gun, Langlois O'Grady Lefroy, youngest son of the Honorable Anthony O'Grady Lefroy, Colonial Treasurer, Western Australia; aged 14.

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Life Summary [details]


Western Australia, Australia


20 January, 1877 (aged ~ 15)
Lescragh, Tipperary, Ireland

Cause of Death

shooting accident

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