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Walker, Charles (1783–1826)

At Parramatta, yesterday morning, after only a week's illness, Mr. Charles Walker, innkeeper in that town. For a number of years past the deceased has been respected for his public worth as one of the first innkeepers in Australia, and his loss will be proportionably felt.

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2 June, 1826 (aged ~ 43)
Parramatta, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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