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Alfred Moran (1872–1902)

At the time of his death Alfred Moran was serving two sentences (concurrent) of five years' penal servitude each, for house-breaking and stealing from the person. (Cumberland Argus & Fruitgrowers Advocate, Parramatta, 11 June 1902).

He died of paralysis on 7 June 1902 at Parramatta Gaol. His occupation was given as dealer.

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16 June, 1872
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia


7 June, 1902 (aged 29)
Parramatta, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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