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Jane Blackman (1830-1891)

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Jane Blackman was born 6 September 1830 in Cobbitty, New South Wales, Australia to Samuel A Blackman (1788-1843) and Mary Hoskisson (1795-1857) and died 6 October 1891 at Zenleith in Watsons Bay, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Robert Cork (c1819-1889) 25 March 1848 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from Australia, the United Kingdom.




Children


Offspring of Robert Cork and Jane Blackman (1830-1891)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Robert James Cork (1849-aft1894) 11 July 1849 Glebe, New South Wales, Australia 1894 Frances Clara White (?-1913)

Henrietta Eliza Cork (1854-1943) 22 April 1854 Nattai, New South Wales, Australia 1943 Woollahra, New South Wales, Australia
Lucretia Josephine Cork (1856-1910) 1856 Camden, New South Wales, Australia 29 January 1910 Watsons Bay, New South Wales, Australia
Frederick Arthur Henry Cork (1858-1939) 1858 Camden, New South Wales, Australia 22 May 1939 Chatswood, New South Wales, Australia Isabella Edith Single (1865-1911)
Ann Lydia Sarah Single (1860-1951)

Lorenzo George Albert Cork (1865-1900) 1865 Camden, New South Wales, Australia 21 November 1900 Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia Lillian de Chateau (1868-1919)

Alfred Ernest Sherwin Cork (1869-1871) 4 July 1869 Watsons Bay, New South Wales, Australia 7 July 1871 Watsons Bay, New South Wales, Australia




Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
¶ Death
  • CORK.—October 6, at her residence Zenleith, Watson's Bay, Jane Cork, relict of the late Robert Cork, in her 62nd year. Home papers please copy.
The Sydney Morning Herald, Wednesday 7 October 1891, page 1.
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article13841489

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