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Patrick Moran (1844–1913)

from Clarence and Richmond Examiner

Mr. P. [Patrick] Moran, an old resident, of the Bellinger river for the last thirty-two years, and who resided in Bonville for the last fifteen years, died very suddenly on Friday. The old gentleman, who was in his sixty ninth year, went out to drive the cows home. As he did not return, Mrs Moran went in search of him, and found him in one of the paddocks. Life was quite extinct when the body was found. The deceased was twice married, and leaves a widow and a number of grown-up children.

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Life Summary [details]


17 September, 1844
Colo, New South Wales, Australia


14 February, 1913 (aged 68)
Bellingen, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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