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The tombstone, erected over the grave commemorates Harry Grugeon, former superintendent of police at Deniliquin who died in a buggy accident in 1911. 

DENILIQUIN, Thursday. A marble tombstone,suitably inscribed, has just been completed over the grave of the late Superintendent of Police, Mr. Harry Grugeon, the cost of which was borne by the police of the South-western and Parramatta districts. The Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Day, will unveil the monument at the cemetery here next Sunday. 
Daily Telegraph (Sydney), 11 August 1911.

Location

Address:Cemetery Road, Deniliquin Cemetery, Deniliquin , 2710
State:NSW
Area:AUS
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -35.554162
Long: 144.937916
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Details

Monument Type:Grave
Monument Theme:People
Sub-Theme:Government - State
Monument Manufacturer:J. B. Wilson & Company (Bendigo, VIC)

Dedication

Actual Monument Dedication Date:Sunday 13th August, 1911
Front Inscription

        IN
  MEMORY OF
HARRY GRUGEON
      ESQ.,J.P.
Superintendent Of Police 
     Deniliquin,
Died 10th January 1911
As The Result Of A Buggy Accident  
    Aged 56 Years


"Thy Will Be Done, O Lord."

      ERECTED
As A Mark Of Esteem By The Officers, 
Non Commissioned Officers & Men
Of The New South Wales Police.

Wilson & Co            Bendigo
 

Source: MA
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