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Elizabeth Jane Marks (1838-1908)

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PedigreeEdit

Elizabeth Jane is the daughter of William Marks (Abt 1803-1861) and Ann Lamb (1816-1894).

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Elizabeth has the same mother as:

Name VariationsEdit

Elizabeth Jane Picker

BiographyEdit

Elizabeth was christened: 5 May 1839 at St James Church, Binda by Rev. Robert Cartwright. She had a relationship with Thomas McGuiness, son of Thomas Maginnis and Sarah Blackman and had a son. In the next year she married William Picker on 21 Nov 1857 at Goulburn, Argyle County.

Elizabeth died on 27 Jan 1908 at Bigga and was buried in Jan 1908 at the McGuiness Private Cemetery near Bigga. So she appears to have kept up a good relationship with the McGuiness family.

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OffspringEdit

Thomas McGuiness (1837-1921)Edit

William Picker (1838-1910)Edit

ContributorsEdit

Yewenyi

SourcesEdit

  1. Residents & Settlers of Crookwell, 1. Unsure as if this is the same as Crookwell Settlers or a different document.
  2. NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 1797/1857.
  3. G.J Webster, St James Binda (Argyle Press Goulburn.(048) 21 2700), 4.
  4. Lee Ann.
  5. Ian Brothers.
  6. NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 256 23A/1838.
  7. Rhonda Brownlow.
  8. Susan Batho.
  9. Marg Curd.
  10. NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 7548/1921.
  11. Bigga School Parents and citizens' Centenary Committee, A History of Bigga (Bigga Public School Centenary Committee Ian Chudleigh, Editor Printed by Pirie Printers Pty Ltd, Canberra, ACT), 187.

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