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Harry Alexander Bouverie Isworth (c. 1835–1881)

Harry Alexander Bouverie Isworth (c.1835-1881) married Elizabeth Kimber on 23 July 1861 at Trinity Church, Pentridge (Coburg), Melbourne. He operated a horse-drawn cab business into Melbourne, and was the contractor for conveying mail between Melbourne and Preston, advertising 'Harry Bouverieʼs Royal Mail Line of Waggonettes' in local newspapers. Elizabeth and Harry had 11 children.

Isworth died on 6 May 1881 at Preston of valvular disease of the heart.

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c. 1835
Salisbury, Wiltshire, England


6 May, 1881 (aged ~ 46)
Preston, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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