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Thomas Robertson (1825–1904)

Mr. Thomas Robertson, of Toganmain, New South Wales, who died in Sydney on Thursday, was one of the early pioneers of Victoria, arriving in Melbourne on January 23, 1840, after a voyage of 120 days. He was the youngest of a family of three brothers and two sisters, the late Mr. James Robertson, of Mount Mitchell; Mr. John Robertson, of Skene, near Hamilton; the late Mrs. Wm. Skene, of Skene, near Hamilton; and Mrs. Philip, of Miga Lake. The remains were interred in the Melbourne Cemetery on Friday.

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10 March, 1904 (aged ~ 79)
Edgecliff, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia