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Henry Erasmus Wren (1850–1885)

The Sydney Evening News of last Saturday says:— "A sad accident happened yesterday 0n the Kameruka Estate, Candelo, aud resulted in the death of Mr. H. [Henry Erasmus] Wren, who was thrown from his horse in a small paddock near his residence. Two doctors attended him, but he died after having remained unconscious for some hours. He succeeded his father about 12 months ago as manager of Mr. Tooth's estate. He was married just previously to assuming the management. The occurrence caused a severe shock to the community." The deceased geutleman was well known here, and was a nephew of Dr. Erasmus Wren, of this town.

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'Wren, Henry Erasmus (1850–1885)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 23 April 2024.

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Life Summary [details]


Bega, New South Wales, Australia


12 June, 1885 (aged ~ 35)
Candelo, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

horse riding accident

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