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James Pile (1800–1885)

Mr. James Pile, J.P., died at his residence, Gawler, on Thursday week. The deceased underwent an operation a few days ago and never recovered. He was 85 years of age, and leaves three sons and three daughters. He has been largely engaged in squatting pursuits on the Murray and Darling. He was a Councillor of the Gawler Corporation for some time, but he has not taken an active interest in public matters for some years.

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Beverley, Yorkshire, England


19 March, 1885 (aged ~ 85)
Gawler, South Australia, Australia

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