Sub-item (2) - Dido the bushranger : the story of his capture

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Dido the bushranger : the story of his capture


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Born Kelvedon, Great Swanport, April 23, 1838. Son of Francis and Anna Maria Cotton. Husband of Helen Elizabeth Grueber. Died November 12, 1913 aged 75. Buried at Kelvedon.

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Unidentified newspaper clipping titled "Dido the Bushranger : the story of his capture" (by E.O.C) [Edward Octavius Cotton]

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The Cornwall Chronicle Sat 1 Dec 1855, Page 4 - CAPTURE OF THE BUSHRANGERS DIDO AND KING.

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Launceston Examiner Sat 1 Dec 1855, Page 2 - CAPTURE OF THE BUSHRANGERS "DIDO" AND KING.

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Colonial Times Sat 8 Dec 1855 Page 3 - DIDO'S CAPTURE.

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