|Date of death||17/09/1883|
|Place of death||Ambo - Mt Cornish|
|Age at death||23 years|
|Cause of death|
Internal inflammation which he had suffered from for a week
Robert Rattray 17 September 1883 [C2486]
Robert, general servant, the son Henry Rattray, a surface man, and Euphemia Giffin.
He was only 23 year when he died, at Ambo, from internal inflammation which he had suffered from for a week. The chemist, Henry Edward Woodruff from Muttaburra last saw him on 16 September 1883. He was buried at Ambo Station on the 17 October 1883 by M Pattenden with John James Miller and George Buracott as witnesses.
Robert’s wife Agnes Berry was the informant of his death. They had only been married a short period and moved to Queensland about three weeks before his death.
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|Cemetery||Ambo - Mt Cornish|
|Date of funeral||17/09/1883|