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John McCallum (1817–1902)

Mr. John McCallum, J.P., a well-known pastoralist, of Forest Lodge, died to-day, aged 82, from rheumatism and weakness of the heart. He was a district pioneer. He is survived by a widow, five sons, and six daughters.

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Isle of Mull, Scotland


11 June, 1902 (aged ~ 85)
Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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