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Michael Henry Macoboy (1857–1904)

The death occurred in Melbourne on Saturday from pneumonia of Mr. Michael Henry Macoboy, lands officer at Bendigo. Mr. Macoboy was the second son of the late Judge Macoboy, and was 47 years of age. He obtained leave of absence from his duties a fortnight ago, and since then had been in Melbourne under medical treatment. He had been in the service of the Lands Department for 15 years. He was a very popular officer, and was one of Bendigo's most widely respected citizens. A wife and five children are left.

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'Macoboy, Michael Henry (1857–1904)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 20 July 2024.

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Victoria, Australia


2 July, 1904 (aged ~ 47)
Cheltenham, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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