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Thomas Wall (1823–1897)

One of Windsor's best-known agriculturalists, in the person of Mr Thomas Wall, died at his late residence, Richmond Road, on Thursday morning. Deceased had reached the age of 73 years and 8 months, and had been suffering more or less for the past 18 months, and for some time prior to his death was confined to his bed. Drs Gibson and Callaghan were both attending him. He leaves a widow and large family of grown up children. The funeral took place this Friday afternoon at 2.30 p.m, the cortege proceeding to St Matthew's Church of England Cemetery. The Rev S. G. Fielding officiated, and during his address in the church made reference to the life of deceased, and his connection with the church. Mr J. Primrose carried out the funeral arrangements.

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26 November, 1823
Ebenezer, New South Wales, Australia


29 July, 1897 (aged 73)
Windsor, New South Wales, Australia

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