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Arthur George Youngman (1855–1934)

Arthur Youngman, n.d.

Arthur Youngman, n.d.

photo supplied by Ian Carter

Mr. Arthur George Youngman, who died in Hobart on Friday last, will be remembered by many in Launceston. He came to Launceston from Nottingham, England, in the early nineties, and was a teacher of violin and piano, and also an orchestral player for many years before leaving to reside with a member of his family in Hobart.

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Arthur Youngman, n.d.

Arthur Youngman, n.d.

photo supplied by Ian Carter

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17 August, 1934 (aged ~ 79)
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

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