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Noel Campbell Stephen (1879–1937)

The death occurred at Goulburn yesterday of Mr. Noel Campbell Stephen, a brother of Sir Colin Campbell Stephen. Mr. Stephen was 58 and the fourth son of Septimus Alfred Stephen, M.L.C. Educated at Bath College, England, he was admitted as a solicitor in England, but never practised. On the outbreak of war, he joined a naval unit, and served in the Balloon Corps at the bombardment of the Dardanelles and the landing at Gallipoli. Later, he served with an anti-aircraft battery in London, and still later in the Aegean Sea.

Mr. Stephen returned to Australia four years ago. He was unmarried, and is survived by one sister, Mrs. De La Salle, of near Newbury, England, and three brothers, Sir Colin C. Stephen, Brigadier-General R. C. Stephen, of Newmarket, England, and Major H. C. Stephen, of East Grinstead, England. The remains will be privately cremated to-day.

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