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Biography

William George Blackman was born 23 November 1854 in Mudgee, New South Wales, Australia to Samuel Alfred Blackman (1830-1896) and Charlotte Smith (1830-1898) and died 2 July 1930 in Lismore, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Alice Burden Nevell (1869-1958) 20 March 1888 in Presbyterian, Richmond, New South Wales, Australia. Ancestors are from Australia, the United Kingdom.



Children


Offspring of William George Blackman and Alice Burden Nevell (1869-1958)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Allan Harley Blackman (1889-1966)
Percival Harley Blackman (1890-1954) 3 July 1890 Coonabarabran, New South Wales, Australia 21 October 1954 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Mabel Emma Moxham (1892-1989)

Joseph Harley Blackman (1892-1918) 18 November 1892 Coonabarabran, New South Wales, Australia 14 April 1918 Strazeele, France
Edwin Harley Blackman (1895-1977)
Dennis Neville Harley Blackman (1897-1994)
Madeline Vincent Harley Blackman (1899-1993)
Beatrice Harley Blackman (1904-1991)

Obituary

MR. W. G. BLACKMAN

The many friends in this district of Mr. William George Blackman will regret to learn of his death, which occurred recently. Mr. Blackman was for several years manager of Moorong Estate, Wagga, and after leaving the district he went to reside on the North Coast. It was while he was residing at Lismore that he took ill and died on July 2. He was the eldest son of the late Mr. S. A. Blackman, of Cooyal Station, near Mudgee, and he is survived by his wife and two sons.

The Daily Advertiser, 8 July 1930, page 2




Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
¶ Death
  • BLACKMAN.—July 2, at Lismore, William George, eldest son of late S. A. Blackman, Cooyal Station, Mudgee, beloved husband of Alice Burden, Fleet-street, Parramatta.
The Sydney Morning Herald, 4 July 1930, page 12
§ Remains
  • The FUNERAL of the late WILLIAM GEORGE BLACKMAN, late of Invercauld, will move from St. Andrew's Church of England THIS DAY (FRIDAY), at 11 a.m., for the Cnurch of England portion of the Lismore Cemetery.
The Northern Star, 4 July 1930, page 6


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