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Wallace McDougall (1829–1874)

DEATH. McDOUGALL—On the 27th February, of sanguineous apoplexy, at Ermington, Clarence River. Wallace McDougall, formerly of Baulkham Hills, and late of Queensland, aged 45, leaving three children to mourn their loss.

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  • inquest, Clarence and Richmond Examiner (Grafton, NSW), 3 March 1874, p 5

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25 February, 1829
Baulkham Hills, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


1874 (aged ~ 44)

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