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Charles Maidment (1795–1865)

On Sunday last the remains of Mr. Charles Maidment who died on Friday, the 27th October, after a few days' illness, were interred at the Strathalbyn Cemetery, where a very large concourse of friends and neighbours of the deceased were present. Mr. Maidment was a very old colonist having arrived here in 1840, and for a very long time he resided at Everley, about seven miles from here, but for the last two years lived in the township, where he was very highly esteemed.

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27 October, 1865 (aged ~ 70)
Strathalbyn, South Australia, Australia

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