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Henry John Milford (1833–1888)

Mr. Henry John Bede Milford, solicitor, who died at Charters Towers on Wednesday, was a son of the late Mr. Justice Milford, of Sydney, and a former resident of Rockhampton. He practised his profession here for a great many years and once sat in the Legislative Assembly as member for the town. For the last few years he has been living at the Towers, where he also carried on business as a solicitor.

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1 January, 1833
Bristol, Gloucestershire, England


29 February, 1888 (aged 55)
Charters Towers, Queensland, Australia

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