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James Alexander Snodgrass (1868–1932)

from Daily Advertiser

Mr. James Alexander Snodgrass, who died in a private hospital in Wagga yesterday after being in indifferent health for some time, was aged 64 years. He was the eldest son of the late Mr. James Snodgrass, of Forest Vale, Mangoplah. He married Miss Bertha Louisa Reiff, of the Little Billabong, who died in February, 1928. He leaves no family, but is survived by one brother, Mr. John A. Ross Snodgrass, of Goonigul avenue, Wagga. He was a nephew of Mr. Robert Ross, of Clifton Station; Mr. Allan Snodgrass, of Condoblin (late of Uranquinty); Mr. W. Snodgrass, Trail street; Mrs. H. Kendall, of The Rock, and Mrs. R. Bourne, of Collingullie. The late Mrs. Henry Styles, of Leeton, was his only sister. He followed farming pursuits. The funeral is to leave the Presbyterian Church, Wagga, at 11 o'clock to-morrow for the Presbyterian section of the Wagga cemetery.

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'Snodgrass, James Alexander (1868–1932)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 19 June 2024.

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24 March, 1932 (aged ~ 64)
Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia

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