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George William Newcombe (1829–1907)

Death Newcombe— October 22nd, 1907, at his residence, Fulton, Park Road, George William Newcombe, in his 79th year, formerly and for many years in the Department of the Chief Secretary. Father of Mr. Frank Newcombe, of Bathurst.

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6 April, 1829
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


22 October, 1907 (aged 78)
Moore Park, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death

cancer (liver)

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