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|SMITHTON (Article), Examiner (Launceston, Tas. : 1900 - 1954), Tuesday 20 March 1928 page Article||2013-11-13 15:05||lthe Balptlst Church on Sunrlday night,
,vhen 10ev. EL. C. Walsh preached his
'But hero we have no c(ontinuinrg city,
linspiring. While the offertory was be
Jnrg taken Mrs. Walsh renlered a solo.
[During the service Mr. and Mrs. 1I.
`larshall dedicatel their little son
It.was ]corned with regret that MI'.
fDavid Sinclair had pasrsed away at
a few days' illness. Ite occupied
Cthe position of postmaster a tthe
Smlthton ollec for over foulr years,
and by Ills genial and kindly natullr
Inade many friends. A wife and four
cbhlilren survive him.
|the Baptist Church on Sunrday night,
when Rev. E.C. Walsh preached his
'But hero we have no continuing city,
inspiring. While the offertory was be-
ing taken Mrs. Walsh renered a solo.
During the service Mr. and Mrs. H
Marshall dedicatel their little son
It was learned with regret that Mr
David Sinclair had passed away at
a few days' illness. He occupied
the position of postmaster a the
Smlthton office for over four years,
and by his genial and kindly nature
made many friends. A wife and four
children survive him.
|Family Notices (Family Notices), Northcote Leader (Vic. : 1914 - 1918), Saturday 12 June 1915 page Family Notices||2013-10-20 22:29||dear husband, I'. S. Sinclair, who died
at Northcole 16th June, 11*10.
|dear husband, P. S. Sinclair, who died
at Northcole 16th June, 1910.
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