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Private James Kirwick (c ....... )

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  • Where Died / Buried : Melbourne General Cemetry. Their grave is unmarked
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  • Spouse's Name : Bridget Bridgeman
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    Melbourne where he worked as a tailor at 'London Stores', a clothing retailer for men's clothes not sure when he died, however it was several years before 1926, when his wife died.
    They are both buried in the Melbourne General Cemetery. Their grave is unmarked and also contains a young adult girl who worked for them as a house keeper.