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Francis George Moran (1855–1889)

Frances George Moran (1855-1899) and his brother Henry were placed in the Queen's Orphan School (Hobart) in October 1860. By 1880 he was living in Melbourne where, in that year, he married Mary Neads. He died on 21 November 1889 of 'natural causes accelerated by intemperance' at Collingwood, Melbourne. His occupation was given as dealer.

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25 November, 1855
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia


21 November, 1889 (aged 33)
Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Cause of Death

alcoholism (chronic)

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