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Leonard Aubrey Stephen (1874–1923)

The death occurred early this morning of Mr. Leonard A. M. Stephen, at the age of 49 years, after an illness lasting about two years.

The late Mr. Stephen was the third son of the late Edward M. Stephen, and a brother of Alderman Milner Stephen. He was a partner of the firm of Stephen, Jacques, and Stephen, solicitors, and was highly esteemed in the legal profession. He was very well known in the city in connection with philanthropic work, and among the institutions with which he was connected were the Children's Hospital, the Boys' Brigade, and the Rawson Institute for Seamen. He was a church warden of St. John's Church, Darlinghurst. The late Mr. Stephen, who was educated at the Sydney Grammar School, was a member of the I Zingari Cricket Club. He was unmarried.

The funeral, which will take place tomorrow, will be preceded by a service at 2 p.m. at St. John's Church, Darlinghurst.

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'Stephen, Leonard Aubrey (1874–1923)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 17 June 2024.

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15 September, 1923 (aged ~ 49)
New South Wales, Australia

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