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Patrick Joseph McCormick (1874–1951)

The death occurred in Narrabri District Hospital after a short illness of Mr. Patrick Joseph McCormick, of Wade Street, Narrabri. He was aged 77 years, and was born in Wagga Wagga in 1874. The late Mr. McCormick was appointed to the Forestry Commission and served at Narrandera, Barham, Tumut and Narrabri over a period of 35 years. For the last four years of his service he was District Forester at Narrabri.

On his retirement 12 years ago he lived with his family in Wade Street, Dangar Village.

Deceased is survived by a wife, three daughters and six sons. Elizabeth (Mrs. McGlone), Charlotte (Mrs. Pearson), Mary (Mrs. Raleigh), all of Melbourne. Thomas (Wyong), William (Barham), Patrick (Narrabri), Henry (Mathoura), Peter (Melbourne), Robert (Narrabri). After a service in St Francis Xavier’s Church burial took place in the Catholic cemetery, Father McKeon conducting the burial service.

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Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia


18 September, 1951 (aged ~ 77)
Narrabri, New South Wales, Australia

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