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James Woolford (1834–1904)

Mr James Woolford, well known in this district some years ago, died very suddenly at his home, in one of the suburbs, on the 12th; he was drinking a cup of tea at the time. Deceased was one of the oldest members of Nepean Division, No. 42, Sons and Daughters of Temperance.

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Wiltshire, England


11 April, 1904 (aged ~ 70)
Darlington, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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