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Valentine Bambrick (1877–1956)

Valentine Bambrick (1877-1956) spent the greater part of his life in central Queensland. During his youth he was a noted shearer and member of the Australian Workers' Union. He later became the proprietor of the Crown Hotel, Mackay.

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3 August, 1877
Hawker, South Australia, Australia


11 February, 1956 (aged 78)
Monto, Queensland, Australia

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