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Thomas Wallbank (1846–1918)

Mr. Thomas Wallbank, of Lawrence, Clarence River, who died on 9th May at the age of 72 years, was a brother of Miss Martha Wallbank (Lower Mangrove), Mrs. Craft (Brooklyn), and Mrs. Barnier (Sydney). Mr. Wallbank was well-known in Gosford district as a young man. He was a native of Mangrove, but settled on the Clarence many years ago, where he married and reared a family of eleven children, all of whom are living, three sons being on active service. He was universally respected for his sterling good qualities. The late Mr. Wallbank recently paid a visit to his old home at Mangrove, and had only returned to his home a few weeks when he was called upon to take the last long journey.

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Life Summary [details]


28 October, 1846
Hawkesbury, New South Wales, Australia


9 May, 1918 (aged 71)
Lawrence, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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