Sarah Ann Quince (1852-1918)

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Sarah Ann Quince was born 17 October 1852 in Swineshead, Lincolnshire, England, United Kingdom to Edward Quince (c1817-1888) and Mary Coddington (c1819-1900) and died 24 June 1918 in Crookwell, New South Wales, Australia of myocarditis. She married Elisha Marks (1846-1939) 1870 in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from the United Kingdom.

She left Plymouth on 13 November 1852 on the Bussorah Merchant for New South Wales, as a bounty immigrant with her parents and siblings.


Offspring of Sarah Ann Quince and Elisha Marks (1846-1939)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Alfred Marks (1870-1961) 24 October 1870 Binda, New South Wales, Australia 1 September 1961 Pendle Hill, New South Wales, Australia Elizabeth Mary Ann Bruce (1873-1910)
Amelia Eve Hackney Wong (1869-1959)

Ryland Ernest Marks (1872-1938)
George Kenneth Marks (1873-1943)
Adeline Emelia Marks (1875-1953)
Annie Elizabeth Marks (1878-1950)
Emily Jane Marks (1879-1956)
Amy Priscella Marks (1881-1950)
Ida Matilda Marks (1884-aft1918)
Hazel May Marks (1886-?)
Hubert Leslie Marks (1888-1952)
William Silvester Marks (1891-1944)
Edward James Stanley Marks (1893-1970) 26 February 1893 New South Wales, Australia 1970 Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia Adelaide Lavinia Rose Walters (1891-c1975)

Sources and notes

‡ General
  • 2 Residents & Settlers of Crookwell
  • 33 Crookwell & District Historical Society,
    Crookwell & District Historical Society Cemetery Transcriptions ISBN 0 646 14659 9
    Transcribed and Collated by Julienne Belford and assisted by Stuart Anderson.
    Printed 31 May 1993
    Printed by Goulburn Printing Services Goulburn 2580.
  • Pages 127 Bigga School Parents and citizens' Centenary Committee A History of Bigga Bigga Public School Centenary Committee
    Ian Chudleigh, Editor
    Printed by Pirie Printers Pty Ltd, Canberra, ACT
  • AWT: db: yewenyi, id: I402
¶ Death
  • BDM Index ref for death: 5801/1918



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