Jane Cramp (1824-1903)

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Jane Cramp was born 8 August 1824 in Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex, England, United Kingdom to Jury Cramp (1778-1849) and Mary Ann Edmonds (1802-1870) and died 11 January 1903 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married William Eldridge (1815-1900) 7 March 1842 in Bungonia, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.

She immigrated on 15 Nov 1833 to Sydney, New South Wales on the Rubicon, departed London 6 Jun 1833, and Cape of Good Hope 23 Sep 1833.


Offspring of William Eldridge and Jane Cramp (1824-1903)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William Eldridge (1844-1844)
James Jury Eldridge (1845-1918) 8 September 1845 Cuddinang Creek, New South Wales, Australia 11 October 1918 Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia Matilda Sophia Payne (1850-1921)

William Henry Eldridge (1848-1915) 29 May 1848 Cooks Vale Creek, New South Wales, Australia 3 January 1915 Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia Margaret Cummings (c1850-1915)

Mary Ann Eldridge (1849-1849)
Jane Elizabeth Eldridge (1851-1911) 24 November 1851 Cooks Vale Creek, New South Wales, Australia 10 April 1911 Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Newtown, New South Wales, Australia Albert Shurmer (1851-1922)

Josiah Eldridge (1854-1938)
Charles Edmund Eldridge (1855-1926)
George Benjamin Eldridge (1858-1859)
Naomi Eldridge (1859-1880) 18 September 1859 Carcoar, New South Wales, Australia 3 October 1880 Bernard Connor (1851-1914)

Jury Cramp Eldridge (1860-1893)
Maria Louisa Eldridge (1862-1951) 25 February 1862 Cooks Vale Creek, New South Wales, Australia 16 February 1951 Cootamundra, New South Wales, Australia John Shurmer (1857-1926)

John Eldridge (1864-1864)
Sarah Elizabeth Eldridge (1865-1875)

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