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John McLoughlin (c. 1854–c. 1946)

John McLoughlin (c.1854-c.1946) was the first child of Michael McLoughlin and Julia Keating. No birth record has been found but he was described as aged 7 on his mother's death certificate in 1861. He settled in Berrigan, New South Wales, and married Bridget Daly there in 1899; they had three children.

McLoughlin died on 23 June 1946 at the District Hospital, Berrigan. His cause of death was given as myocarditis, his age as 92, and his occupation as labourer.

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c. 1854
Kyneton, Victoria, Australia


c. 23 June, 1946 (aged ~ 92)
Berrigan, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

heart disease

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