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Alfred Samuel Whalan (1849–1922)

from Lithgow Mercury

Mr Alfred Whalan, sen., of Oberon, died here on Tuesday. He was on a visit to his daughter, Nurse Whalan, matron of the Manildra Private Hospital, and on his journey here contracted a cold, which turned to pleurisy and complications. The body was taken to Oberon to the family burial place. Deceased was one of the best known residents in the Oberon district.

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6 August, 1849
Tarana, New South Wales, Australia


2 January, 1922 (aged 72)
Manildra, New South Wales, Australia

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