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William Dick (1829–1841)

On Friday, the 24th instant, at the residence of their father, Mr. A. Dick, Jeweller, George- street, Sydney, John, third son, at twenty minutes past seven o'clock a. m., aged four years and eight months; and William, second son, at seven o'clock p. m., aged twelve years and one month, both of scarlatina.

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13 August, 1829
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


24 September, 1841 (aged 12)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

scarlet fever

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