|Other names||Jimmy Ah Yan|
|Date of death||01/09/1906|
|Place of death||Ambo Station|
|Age at death||60 years|
|Cause of death|
Result of the exposure he developed a bad cough and completely lost the power of speech
About midday yesterday the gardener at Ambo Station a middle-aged Chinaman named Jimmy Ah Yan, was found dead in his garden. It appears that last February he was in the flood waters for several days near Uanda, and as the result of the exposure he developed a bad cough and completely lost the power of speech. Constable Sterne went out yesterday and found him lying on his blanket in the garden, having apparently died quietly. A sum of £l ls. was found under his head.
An inquiry was commenced before Mr. Cowan. J.P. at Ambo Station, and adjourned to Muttaburra.
Muttaburra. 4th September, 1906
[Source: MUTTABURRA. (1906, September 8). Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Qld. : 1878 – 1954), p. 7. Retrieved March 10, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article53076626]
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|Cemetery||Ambo - Mt Cornish|
|Grave number||Ambo Cemetery|
|Date of funeral||04/09/1906|