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George Murray (1832–1898)

Mr. George Murray, whose identification with Liverpool dates from 1870 when he, in partnership with a Mr. Williams, set up the Liverpool Paper Mill, died at his residence, Speed-street, on Wednesday evening last. After 14 years this partnership was dissolved by the death of Mr Williams, and the business was merged into the Sydney Paper Mills Company. At the same time Mr. Murray began business in Sydney as a printer and lithographer, and at the time of his demise he was senior partner in the firm of George Murray and Co of Clarence street. Mr. Murray was 65 years of age. The funeral was to have taken place at Rookwood on Friday.

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25 May, 1832
Edinburgh, Mid-Lothian, Scotland


30 March, 1898 (aged 65)
Liverpool, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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