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Daniel Crimlisk, 1871 - 1945

b. 1871;
m. ?;
d. 1900.

Daniel Crimlisk is the tenth known child of James and Mary Crimlisk.1
See: Chart F367

1871: Daniel Crimlisk was born in Narandera.1
1945: 29th January, 1945: Daniel Crimlisk died in Adelaide.2
Mr. Daniel Crimlisk

Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser Previous issueTuesday 30 January 1945
Mr. Daniel Crimlisk, youngest son of the late James and Mary Crimlisk, of Narandera, died in Adelaide yesterday (Monday) morning. He was aged 74 years.
He was a native of Amherst, Victoria, and came with his parents to Narandera 60 years ago. Shortly after his arrival here he became apprenticed to the late Mr. W. Whittaker as a painter and paperhanger. Nearly 50 years ago he moved to Broken Hill, where he followed his trade for some years before settling in Adelaide.
He is survived by his wife, but no family. Also surviving him are his brother, Mr. Thomas Crimlisk, Victoria Avenue, Narandera, and sister, Mrs. Mary Bennett, Larmer Street, Narandera. Five brothers and three sisters predeceased him.

1) Mundia
Individual entry for Daniel Crimlisk acessed 17th September 2013.
Mundia data is unverified.

2) Australia Trove.
News article: Obituary Mr Daniel Crimlisk
"Mr. Daniel Crimlisk." Narandera Argus and Riverina Advertiser (NSW : 1893 - 1953) 30 Jan 1945: 2. Web. 17 Sep 2013 .