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William Marks [715]
(Abt 1803-1861)
Ann Lamb [387]
(1816-1894)
Jury Cramp [234]
(1778-1849)
Mary Anne Edmonds [3946]
(1802-After 1851)
Richard Marks [391]
(1844-1907)
Lydia Cramp [401]
(1845-1929)
Arthur Ambrose Marks [464]
(1881-1963)

 

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Louisa Christie [535] [L657-Z3N]

Arthur Ambrose Marks [464] 2

  • Born: 1881 Dec 21, Carcoar, Bathurst County, New South Wales 3
  • Marriage: Louisa Christie [535] [L657-Z3N] on 1906 Feb 21 in Wheeo Locality, King County, New South Wales, Australia 1
  • Died: 1963 May 7, Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales, Australia at age 81 4
  • Buried: Orange Cemetery, Bathurst County, New South Wales, Australia 5

bullet   FamilySearch ID: KLV8-3K3.

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bullet  Burial Notes:

Methodist Section

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: Mailman Crookwell to Tuena, 1896-1906, Crookwell, King County, New South Wales. There is some conjecture that he ran the mail run from Crookwell to Goulburn. Perhaps he did both.

In addition to mail and passengers, he used to carry gold. He wrapped the gold in newspaper and kept it at his feet. He was never robbed.

Occupation: Blacksmith & Shop Keeper, Bef 1911, Maronglo, New South Wales, Australia. One the first day a big team of draught horses arrived to be shod. And it nearly killed him and we think this is the reason he does not seem to have kept on the blacksmithing.

Moved: from Morongla Creek to Orange, Cir 1914, Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales. There are two stories of why they left the shop and moved to Orange. One is that it was too dusty. The other is that the business was running at a loss because the debtors were not paying their debts.

living: "Bony Brae" in Summer Street, After 1914, Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales. Had a wood yard at the back of the house and they sold wood.

Religion: Elder in Elim Four Square Gospel, After 1918, Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales, Australia. They would meet in the Orange town hall.

Newspaper: The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 3 May 1919, Page 14, 1919 May 3, Sydney, Cumberland County, New South Wales, Australia. NOTICE UNDER REAL PROPERTY ACT
APPLICATIONS having been made to bring the lands hereunder, described under the provisions of the Real Property Act Certificate of Indefeasible Title will issue, unless Caveat be lodged in accordance with the Third Schedule to the said Act on or be.'ore June 13. 1019.
No. 18,691 APPLICANTS-Elijah Reuben Marks, Crookwell, and Arthur Ambrose Marks, Morongla. LAND.-Shire Crookwell, parish Winduella, countv King, 140 acres 2 roods 28 perches, on left bank Lost River-being portions 33, 34, and 35, exclusive of road 1 chain wide through portion 35, the area of which is not included in the area of 140 acres 2 roods 28 perches.
Diagram delineating this land may be Inspected at the Land Titles Office, Sydney
W. G. H. Wiliams
Registrar General
April 25, 1919

Property: the Orchard "Renuara" at Anson Road, Orange, Between 1921 and 1955, Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales, Australia. Telephone number - Orange 710

The women (Louisa, Ivy and Daisy) moved in a taxi "limousine". The driver's name was Bowler Forester, call Bowler because he wore a bowler hat.

He kept the Orchard until the 1950's when he sold it and it was subdivided for housing.

Electoral Roll: Calare, 1930 To 1963, New South Wales, Australia. 6

Newspaper: The Sydney Morning Herald Tuesday 13 July 1930 Page 5, 1930 Jul 13, Sydney, Cumberland County, New South Wales, Australia. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW SOUTH X WALKS.-Probate Jurisdiction.-In the Will of ISAAC GEORGE HASLAM late of Orange In the State of New South Wales Grocer deceased.-Application will be made after fourteen days from Thee publication hereof that Probate of the last Will of the above named deceased may be granted to ARTHUR AMBROSE MARKS of Orange Farmer the Executor named in the said Will and all notices may be served at the office of the undersigned McLACHLAN and CAMPBELL to whom creditors should immediately send in their claims. MCLACHLAN and CAMPBELL, Proctors for the Executor, Eldon chambers,-. Lord's-place, Orange, By CAMPBELL and ROWE, Dalton House, 115 Pitt-street, Sydney.

Occupation, 1936 Feb 22, Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales, Australia. Carrier - On Percy's Mariage Certificate.

living, 1941 Sep 29, Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales. From the obituary of brother Charles.

living, 1944, Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales, Australia. 7

Other: Obituary - Central Western Daily, 1963 May 11, Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales, Australia. Obituary - Mr. A. A. Marks
The death occurred in Orange on Tuesday of Mr. Arthur Ambrose Marks, of Phillip St., Orange.
An old resident of the district, Mr Marks was a former mail coach driver, plying between Goulburn and Crookwell.
He later moved to Morgola Creek; near Cowra, where he conducted a general store for some years, before moving to Orange in 1916.
Mr. Marks was also an elder of the Four Square Gospel church, Orange.
He was predeceased by his wife, Louisa, and is survived by two daughters and three sons, Mrs. Ivy Mitchell (Goroka, New Guinea), Mrs Daisy Wythes (Larras Lee), Mervyn Marks (Epping), Percy (Jingellic) and Allan (Orange).
Pastor K. Tydeman conducted the service at the Four Square Gospel Church on Thursday.
The cortege left the chuch for the Methodist section of Orange Cemetery.
Mr. Keith N. Baker of Orange was in charge of funeral arrangements.


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Arthur married Louisa Christie [535] [L657-Z3N] [MRIN: 246], daughter of William Christie [18] [LXSN-LYZ] and Janet Balgowan [8] [LXSN-LP8], on 1906 Feb 21 in Wheeo Locality, King County, New South Wales, Australia.8 (Louisa Christie [535] [L657-Z3N] was born on 1882 Jan 1 in Wheeo Locality, King County, New South Wales, died on 1949 Mar 26 in Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales, Australia 9 and was buried in Orange Cemetery, Bathurst County, New South Wales, Australia.)


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Sources


1 NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 1421/1906. .... Sylia Marks. Surety:1

2 jan balgowan, balgowan family file. .... Other Researchers, Lee Ann.

3 Other Researchers, Lee Ann. .... Sylia Marks. .... NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 12915/1881.

4 Sylia Marks. .... Other Researchers, Lee Ann. .... Central Western Daily, Saturday, May 11, 1963 - Page Thirteen.

5 Other Researchers, Lee Ann.

6 database(http://ancestry.com).

7 Other Researchers, Obituary for Brother Elijah Reuben.

8 NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 1421/1906. .... Sylia Marks.

9 Sylia Marks.


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