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John Miller (1841–1919)

Another victim of the pneumonic influenza scourge was John Miller, late of Darlington and Windsor, who died at the Coast hospital on Saturday, at the age of 81 years. He was a well-known identity of Windsor many years ago and married Miss Sophia Hoskisson, also of Windsor, who survives him. Their family are all well-known here — Messrs. J. B. Miller, of Macquarie-street, Windsor, Mr. A. H. Miller (Colo), Went., Frank, Fred, Joe, Mrs. Tolsin (Sarah), Mrs. Blanch (Maggie), all of Sydney, and William, of Bellingen River.

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20 September, 1841
Windsor, New South Wales, Australia


21 June, 1919 (aged 77)
Randwick, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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