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James Kinghorne Chisholm (1830–1912)

At Gledswood, Narellan, yesterday (Wednesday), August 28th, Mr. James Kinghorn Chisholm, one of the most highly esteemed residents of this district, passed away. Mr. Chisholm's death came as a sorrowful surprise, although it was known he had for some time been failing in health. The deceased gentleman, who has identified himself with Camden for the greater portion of his life, was the eldest son of the late Hon. James Chisholm, of Kippilan, Goulburn, and was in his 82nd year. The funeral will take place at noon on Friday (to-morrow) at St. John's, Camden. Lodge Abbotsford.

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9 August, 1830
Liverpool, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


28 August, 1912 (aged 82)
Camden, New South Wales, Australia

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