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Milsom, William (1855–1921)

William Milsom who had resided in Windsor for the past 4 years passed away on the 13th December 1921 aged 68 years. He was living with his daughter & son-in-law Mr & Mrs C. M. Hayes in Fitzgerald Street. He was buried the following day at Rookwood. He came from Sopwith, Wiltshire, England and following his marriage arrived in Australia aged 19 years. His wife died about 14 years previous. For many years he ran a brickmaking business at St. Peters but following his retirement and death of his wife, moved to Windsor to live with his daughter. His death was caused by heart trouble. Family included Mrs A. H. Johnson (Hurlstone Park) Mrs W. Hamilton (Lakemba) Mrs R. Pratt (Marrickville) & Mrs C. M. Hayes of Windsor.

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'Milsom, William (1855–1921)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 28 May 2022.

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Life Summary [details]


Sopworth, Wiltshire, England


13 December, 1921 (aged ~ 66)
Windsor, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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