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Charles Jarrett (1829-1908)

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Charles Jarrett was born 30 August 1829 in Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia to Abraham Joseph Benjamin Jarrett (1798-1858) and Ann Willbow (1793-1878) and died 7 July 1908 in Ballina, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Elizabeth Jane King (1837-1913) 14 December 1852 in Lismore, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.




Children


Offspring of Charles Jarrett and Elizabeth Jane King (1837-1913)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Harriet Jarrett (1854-?)
Charles Stephen Jarrett (1856-1907) 15 June 1856 Emigrant Creek, New South Wales, Australia 1907 Newtown, New South Wales, Australia Amelia Esther Jarrett (1857-?)

Sarah Ann Jarrett (1858-1906)
John James Jarrett (1860-?)
Mary Jane Jarrett (1861-1936) 25 April 1861 Ballina, New South Wales, Australia 2 November 1936 Ballina, New South Wales, Australia John James Cambridge (1854-1933)

George Jarrett (1863-1906)
Elizabeth Jane Jarrett (1864-1950) 6 October 1864 Ballina, New South Wales, Australia 7 April 1950 a private hospital, Enfield, New South Wales, Australia William Vivian Burless (1857-1937)

Mary Anne Jarrett (1864-?)
Jessie Jarrett (1866-1946) 3 July 1866 Ballina, New South Wales, Australia 24 March 1946 Manly, New South Wales, Australia William Charles Mobbs (1863-1942)

Matilda Jarrett (1868-1952)
Ellen Jarrett (1869-1869)
Robert Jarrett (1870-1945)
Rachel Jarrett (1872-1941) 13 May 1872 Ballina, New South Wales, Australia 16 June 1941 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia John Alston Perry (1871-1952)

Clara Louise Jarrett (1876-1936)
Thomas William Jarrett (1879-1881)




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