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Benjamin Thomas Dunk was born 1859 in Chippendale, New South Wales, Australia to William Dunk (c1817-1872) and Eliza Packham (c1818-1881) and died 25 February 1942 in Wyong, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Mary Louise Manwaring (c1859-1938) 28 April 1880 in St Pauls Church, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.




Children


Offspring of Benjamin Thomas Dunk and Mary Louise Manwaring (c1859-1938)
Name Birth Death Joined with
John Dunk (-)




Sources and notes

‡ General
₪ Wedding
  • DUNK—MANWARING.—April 28, at St. Paul's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Canon Stephen, M.A., Benjamin Thomas, the youngest son of the late William Dunk, of Redfern, to Mary Louisa, youngest daughter of the late Thomas Wm. Manwaring, of Redfern.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 May 1880, page 1
The Sydney Morning Herald, 5 May 1880, page 1
¶ Death
  • DUNK.—February 25, 1942, at a private hospital, Wyong, Benjamin Thomas, husband of the late Mary Louise and father of John, in his 83rd year.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 26 February 1942, page 10
§ Remains
  • DUNK.—The Funeral of the late BENJAMIN THOMAS DUNK, of Railway St, Wyong, will move from his late residence, THIS DAY, at 4.30 p.m., for Church of England Cemetery, Lisarow. R. H. CREIGHTON, Funetal Director. 'Phone Gos. 45.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 26 February 1942, page 10



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The Sydney Morning Herald, 26 February 1942, page 10
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The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 May 1880, page 1
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