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Charles Robinson (1884–1884)

Charles Robinson (1884–1884), son of Kitty Hanley and Robert Robinson, was born on Wiradjuri Country at Graddle station, New South Wales, on 16 September 1884. He died of convulsions on 10 October 1884 and was buried at Forbes.  

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'Robinson, Charles (1884–1884)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 3 October 2023.

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16 September, 1884
Forbes, New South Wales, Australia


10 October, 1884 (aged 0 months)
New South Wales, Australia

Cause of Death


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