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Amanda Jane Thompson was born 10 June 1855 in Castle Hill, New South Wales, Australia to Henry Thompson (1833-1896) and Lydia Ann Curtis (1835-1909) and died 23 August 1933 in 7 Newman-street, Newtown, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Joseph Wilson Anlezark (1845-1932) 17 June 1871 in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from Australia, Ireland.




Children


Offspring of Amanda Jane Thompson and Joseph Wilson Anlezark (1845-1932)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Selina Maude Anlezark (1871-?)
Jessie May Anlezark (1873-1944)
Rosaleen Grace Anlezark (1876-1944)
Arthur Hawthorn Anlezark (1878-1946)
Joseph Ainsworth Anlezark (1881-1942)
Minnie Victoria Anlezark (1883-1964) 26 April 1883 Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia 1964 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Joseph Gilmore (c1874-1911)
William Elliott (?-?)
William Charles Thompson (1877-1954)

Henry James Anlezark (1885-1947)
Grace Leone Anlezark (1887-?)
Charles William Anlezark (1889-?)
Stanley John Anlezark (1892-1974)
Gladys Pauline Anlezark (1895-?)




Sources and notes

‡ General
¶ Death
  • ANLEZARK.—August 23, 1933, at her residence, 7 Newman-street, Newtown, Amanda Jane, relict of the late Joseph Wilson Anlezark, and loving mother of Jessie, Rose, Arthur, Joseph, Minnie, Harry, Grace, Charles, Stanley, and Pauline, in her 80th year. For Funeral, see Friday's paper.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 24 August 1933, page 8
§ Remains
  • ANLEZARK.—The Relatives and Friends of the late AMANDA JANE ANLEZARK are invited to attend her Funeral; to leave her late residence, 7 Newman-street, Newtown, THIS AFTERNOON, at 7.45 o'clock for Waverley General Cemetery.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 25 August 1933, page 7

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