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Martha Blackman (1813-1901)

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Martha Blackman was born 15 July 1813 in Richmond, New South Wales, Australia to James Blackman (1759-1842) and Elizabeth Harley (1765-1842) and died 1 September 1901 in Raglan, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Robert Davidson (1806-1843) 6 June 1832 in Kelso, New South Wales, Australia. She married Joseph Ainsworth (1808-1885) 29 December 1843 in Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.




Children


Offspring of Martha Blackman and Robert Davidson (1806-1843)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Robert Davison (1831-1902) 4 October 1831 Bathurst Plains, New South Wales, Australia 28 September 1902 Bathurst Hospital, Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia Harriet Rosina Chapman (1837-1872)

John Davison (1833-1923) 28 July 1833 Macquarie Plains, New South Wales, Australia 1 May 1923 Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia Susannah Rue (1835-1891)

George Davison (1835-1873) 21 August 1835 Charlotte Vale, New South Wales, Australia 27 June 1873 Raglan, New South Wales, Australia Margaret Shirlaw (1848-c1934)

Daniel Davison (1836-1917) 9 October 1836 Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia 5 March 1917 Erskineville, New South Wales, Australia Eliza Rue (1838-1913)

Jonathan Davison (1840-1906) 24 May 1840 Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia 22 February 1906 Limekilns, New South Wales, Australia Mary Ann Rue (1841-1915)

Offspring of Martha Blackman and Joseph Ainsworth (1808-1885)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mary Ann Ainsworth (1843-1844)
Joseph Ainsworth (1845-c1913)
Elizabeth Ainsworth (1848-1945)
James Henry Ainsworth (1852-1938)
Martha Jane Ainsworth (1855-1858)



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