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Robert Snodgrass (1843–1898)

Much regret was expressed at the death of Mr. Robert Snodgrass, who died on November 2, at his residence on the Murray, near Blanchetown. He was highly respected in this district, having lived here for many years. Mr. Snodgrass, who was a member of the Blanchetown District Council for the last three years, has left a widow, three sons, five daughters, and three grandchildren.

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  • death notice, South Australian Register, 16 November 1898, p 10

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17 April, 1843
Cambuslang, Lanarkshire, Scotland


2 November, 1898 (aged 55)
Blanchetown, South Australia, Australia

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