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John Monger (?–1920)

John Monger, n.d.

John Monger, n.d.

from Pastoral Review, May 1920

Mr. John Monger, a well-known Western Australian pastoralist who died recently, was the eldest son of the late Mr. Stephen Monger, of Staunton Springs and Mount Bakewell, near York, W.A., and was educated at Wesley College, Melbourne. In March, 1884, he left York with his father, brother, and the late Mr. George Monger with 2000 ewes overland for the Gascoyne River. After two years they sold out, and Mr. John Monger and his brother took up Meedo Station, Wooramel, which they had in partnership until the latter's death some years ago. Mr. John Monger continued to live on and manage Meedo until quite recently, when his failing health compelled him to go to Perth.

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John Monger, n.d.

John Monger, n.d.

from Pastoral Review, May 1920

Life Summary [details]

Death

1920
Western Australia, Australia

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