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Emma Jobson (1871-1942)

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Emma Jobson was born 1871 in Armidale, New South Wales, Australia to William Jobson (1827-1905) and Mary Mahony (1843-1925) and died 11 September 1942 in Walcha, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Malcolm Grieve (1863-1938) 19 March 1890 at Butchers Creek in Walcha, New South Wales, Australia.




Children


Offspring of Malcolm Grieve and Emma Jobson (1871-1942)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William Grieve (1891-1952)
Alexander Grieve (1893-1961) 3 April 1893 'Emu Creek', Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 24 April 1961 Murrurundi, New South Wales, Australia Olive Beatrice Gillies (1892-1986)

Ellen Merice Grieve (1894-1973) 22 August 1894 'Emu Creek', Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 25 October 1973 Walcha, New South Wales, Australia John Harry Hoy (1887-c1969)

Mary Jane Grieve (1896-1987) 19 September 1896 'Emu Creek', Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 11 July 1987 Walcha, New South Wales, Australia Thomas William Bowden (1895-1979)

John Grieve (1899-?)
Richard Grieve (1903-1971) 9 March 1903 'Emu Creek', Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 24 August 1971 Walcha, New South Wales, Australia Hazel Jean Hoy (1901-1979)

Ruby Blanch Grieve (1904-1976) 31 May 1904 Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 30 June 1976 Walcha, New South Wales, Australia Charles Edward Cross (1898-1974)

Malcolm Grieve (1905-1970) 29 May 1905 'Emu Creek', Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 22 February 1970 Inverell, New South Wales, Australia Alice C Kitcher (1906-)

Ethel May Grieve (1909-1909)
Margaret Alice Grieve (1910-1993)
Emma Eileen Grieve (1912-1987) 10 September 1912 Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 6 July 1987 Walcha, New South Wales, Australia Alexander John McGuffog (1911-1972)




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