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On marriage certificate: Married on 9 Dec 1878, in Trinity Church at Orange, N.S.W. Bridegroom - Henry Whiteley, farmer, lived 'near Orange', bachelor. Bride - Mary Ann Dobson, lived 'near Orange', spinster. Consent for Mary given by her father Josiah Dobson, father of the bride. Celebrant was F.B. Boyce, officiating minister, according to rites of Church of England and witnessed by Charles Whiteley and Isabella Whiteley. Registered at Orange.

On death certificate: Mary was 76 years when she died on 25th August 1949. She died of Senile myocarditis, the medical attendant was N. Dobell Brown and he last saw her the day before she died. Her father was Josiah Jobson, farmer and her mother is listed as not known. The informant was Thelma Eagles, Grand daughter, 113 Northumberland Street, Liverpool. Her death was registered on 29th August in Liverpool. Mary was buried on 26th August at the Church of England Cemetery at Liverpool and the undertaker was Frank Murphy employed by Wood Coffill Ltd. Her birth was only listed as N.S.W. Her marriage details were scant, place and age not known, married to Henry Whiteley, widow. Her children are listed as Alexander, Mary A (both ages unknown), Margaret 57, Charles, Agnes, Ernest and Thomas (ages unknown), and 2 males and 1 female deceased.


  1. NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages 4262 5 (Marriage); 1949/ 022938 /574 (Death)



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