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Catherine Charlotte Milford (1833–1884)

Death: Milford.—On Sunday afternoon (October 26), after a lingering illness, Catherine Charlotte, the dearly beloved wife of Henry Milford, solicitor, Charters Towers, and sister of the late Mrs. John Alexander Larnach, who passed away 11th May last. They were both highly esteemed and beloved by all, and their charity knew no bounds.

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  • Dick, Catherine Charlotte

21 July, 1833
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


26 October, 1884 (aged 51)
Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia

Cause of Death

cancer (not specified)

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