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Maud Bullivant (1868–1869)

Maud Bullivant was born on 28th October 1868 to William Hose Bullivant and Mary Austin at her parents’ home on Avalon Station near Geelong, Victoria. She died three months later, on 7th February 1869 and is buried, with her brother James Austin Bullivant and her parents, in the Geelong Eastern Cemetery.

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28 October, 1868
Geelong, Victoria, Australia


7 February, 1869 (aged 3 months)
Geelong, Victoria, Australia

Cause of Death


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