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Herman George Milford (1830–1865)

On the opening of the Equity Court, yesterday, before the Primary Judge, Mr. Gordon, in the name of the profession, expressed unfeigned regret at the great loss which it had sustained in the death of the late Mr. Herman Milford. Mr. Gordon paid a high tribute to the character of the deceased gentleman for his learning and urbanity. His Honor, the Primary Judge, expressed his full concurrence in the remarks made by Mr. Gordon, both with regard to the regret expressed for Mr. Milford's death, and also in the eulogium of Mr. Gordon upon the character of the deceased as a scholar and a barrister.

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'Milford, Herman George (1830–1865)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 18 June 2024.

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17 March, 1830
Langham, East Midlands, England


15 November, 1865 (aged 35)
Woollahra, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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