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Abraham (Abe) Pearlman (1862–1934)

Mr. Abraham Pearlman, whose funeral took place in the Jewish cemetery at Rookwood on Tuesday, was 72 years of age. He came to New South Wales half a century ago. For 15 years he and his brother conducted a store keeping business at Boggabri, and for the past 30 years he had followed grazing pursuits, being the owner of Herzlton station, a few miles from Boggabri. He is survived by Mrs. Pearlman, five sons (including Dr. Henry Pearlman, of Sofala, and Dr. Samuel Pearlman, late of Tullamore, and at present on a trip to England), and three daughters. The Rev. J. Krass conducted the service at the graveside.

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'Pearlman, Abraham (Abe) (1862–1934)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 23 July 2024.

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5 May, 1862
Chisinau, Moldova


30 April, 1934 (aged 71)
Petersham, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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