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Milford (New Jersey, United States) (search for this): article 42
Obituary. -- George C. Thorburn, of Newark, N. J. florist, and son of Grant Thorburn, died on Monday, of injuries received by a fall. He was under appointment of the Superintendent of Mount Vernon, when the ladies took charge. He was highly esteemed.
Mount Vernon, Knox County, Ohio (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 42
Obituary. -- George C. Thorburn, of Newark, N. J. florist, and son of Grant Thorburn, died on Monday, of injuries received by a fall. He was under appointment of the Superintendent of Mount Vernon, when the ladies took charge. He was highly esteemed.
George C. Thorburn (search for this): article 42
Obituary. -- George C. Thorburn, of Newark, N. J. florist, and son of Grant Thorburn, died on Monday, of injuries received by a fall. He was under appointment of the Superintendent of Mount Vernon, when the ladies took charge. He was highly esteemed.
Grant Thorburn (search for this): article 42
Obituary. -- George C. Thorburn, of Newark, N. J. florist, and son of Grant Thorburn, died on Monday, of injuries received by a fall. He was under appointment of the Superintendent of Mount Vernon, when the ladies took charge. He was highly esteemed.