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Josiah Thomas (28 April 1863 - 5 February 1933) was an Cornish
Australian miner and politician. Thomas was born in Camborne,
Cornwall, UK and went to Mexico as a child with his father and
later worked in mines in Cornwall. He travelled to Australia in the
mid-1880s and worked at the Barrier Range, near Broken Hill. He was
appointed as a member of a royal commission on collieries in 1886
and worked as a mining captain and assayer in 1890. He married
Henrietta Lee Ingleby in July 1889 and they subsequently had two
sons and one daughter.
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