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Mary Stickland (1828-1910)

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Mary Stickland was born 8 June 1828 in Swanage, Dorset, England, United Kingdom to John Stickland (1780-) and Martha Manwell (c1781-1848) and died 10 November 1910 in Ethelstone, Broughton-road, Homebush, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Andrew Corben (1828-1889) 1 November 1849 in Swanage, Dorset, England, United Kingdom. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.
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She arrived in Sydney, New South Wales in 1855 on the Ebba Brahe with husband and family.




Children


Offspring of Mary Stickland and Andrew Corben (1828-1889)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Charles Corben (1850-?)
Elizabeth Corben (1853-1912) 4 January 1853 Swanage, England, United Kingdom 12 February 1912 Croydon, New South Wales, Australia Frank Moore (c1854-1925)

George Benjamin Corben (c1856-1917) 1856 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 20 March 1917 Stuart Street, Kogarah, New South Wales, Australia Edith Maud Doyle (1860-1925)

Andrew Corben (c1859-?)
Grace D Corben (c1861-1940) 1861 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 19 June 1940 21 Norwood Avenue, Lindfield, New South Wales, Australia Thomas James Dickson (1849-1919)

Alfred Sydney Corben (c1868-c1940) 1868 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 1940 Randwick, New South Wales, Australia Jessie Wallace Mowbray (c1865-1948)

Hiram Corben (1870-c1871)
Ruth Annie Corben (c1873-c1958)
(unknown) Corben (c1875-?)




Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
¶ Death
  • CORBEN.—November 18, 1910, at Ethelstone, Broughton-road, Homebush, Mary, relict of the late Andrew Corben, in her 83rd year.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 19 November 1910, page 12

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