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Fatal fall from horse

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Thursday 24 November 1927, The Sydney Morning Herald

COUNTRY NEWS.

ARMIDALE, Wednesday.

As a result of concussion and shock caused
by a fall from his horse while riding on his
property, Kunderang Station, Macleay River,
on Friday last Mr. Joseph Fitzgerald, aged
81 years, died yesterday. Deceased was one
of the earliest pioneers of the Macleay, and
daily went for a ride on his horse. He was
a prominent horse breeder for many years.

His son, Mr. J. P. Fitzgerald, is a well-known
judge in show rings.

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March 10, 2010 at 1:19 pm

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