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Patrick McLoughlin (1869–1942)

Patrick McLoughlin (1869-1942) was the son of Michael McLoughlin and Mary Murphy. He went to the Western Australian goldfields with his brother William in the mid-1890s and stayed there after his brother's death in 1896. In 1926 he was working for the railways and as a labourer in 1931 and 1936.

McLoughlin died at Geraldton in 1942 at the age of 73.

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Kyneton, Victoria, Australia


1942 (aged ~ 73)
Geraldton, Western Australia, Australia

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