Tamar Jane Rose (1865-1923)

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Tamar Jane Rose was born 7 December 1865 at Dunolly in Singleton, New South Wales, Australia to Henry Christopher Rose (1825-1898) and Sarah Lydia Jane Perkins (1835-1904) and died 22 August 1923 in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Thomas James Clark (?-1902) 14 May 1881 at Presbyterian Church in Lismore, New South Wales, Australia. She married Alfred Everest (1875-1939) 24 July 1902 in East Murwillumbah, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from Australia, the United Kingdom.


Offspring of Tamar Jane Rose and Thomas James Clark (?-1902)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Sarah Lydia Jane Clark (1882-1943) 25 October 1882 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia 4 February 1943 South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia William Richard Steele Case (1880-1951)
Silas Anthony Henry (1884-1940)

Susan Ann Clark (1884-?)
William H Clark (1885-?)
Lonnel Ada Clark (1887-1917)
Charles A Clark (1889-?)
Ernest James Clark (1891-?) 1891 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia 2 October 1954 Queensland, Australia Sarah Ellen Cramp (1893-1965)

Offspring of Tamar Jane Rose and Alfred Everest (1875-1939)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Alfred Clark (1901-1901)
Maud Everest (1902-1902)
Sidney Milton Alfred Everest (1904-?)
Elizabeth Pearl Everest (1906-1996)

Some connections

Thomas James
Tamar Jane
William Richard
Steele Case

1st cousin
3 times removed
to Thurstan
Sarah Lydia
Jane Clark
Ernest James Clark
Sarah Ellen

7th cousin to Yewenyi

Tamar Jane Rose (1865-1923) is 2nd cousin 3 times removed to Olive Lillian Sparkes (1893-1965) who married Cecil Reginald T J Forlonge (1886-c1946), ?who is a distant cousin of Robin Patterson? (sorry, I didn't have the energy to put all that on the chart).

Thurstan 10:55, 11 January 2009 (UTC)

Excellent work! So the wiki's three major Southern Hemisphere contributors have apparent genealogical ties. If only I could get more definite info about John or James or William Forlonge ! At least I can tell the Forlonges in Perth (via Facebook) that one of their relatives has been mentioned here by someone else. — Robin Patterson (Talk) 03:59, 12 January 2009 (UTC)

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