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Robert Blackman [384]
(1811-1876)
Elizabeth Whittaker [600]
(1818-1865)
UNKNOWN [1647]
Elizabeth Blackman [269]
(1839-1924)
George Walter Marjoram [617]
(1866-1949)

 

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Seymour Louisa Laundess [440] [2H1Z-F98]

George Walter Marjoram [617]

  • Born: 1866 Oct 4, Mutton Falls, Roxburgh County, New South Wales 2
  • Marriage: Seymour Louisa Laundess [440] [2H1Z-F98] on 1888 Sep 12 in Grenfell, Monteagle County, New South Wales 1
  • Died: 1949 Jan 25, Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales, Australia at age 82 3
  • Buried: 1949 Jan 26, Orange Cemetery, Bathurst County, New South Wales, Australia 3

bullet   Cause of his death was coronary occlusion.

bullet   Another name for George was George Walter Blackman.

bullet   FamilySearch ID: 2H1C-GB1.

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bullet  Medical Notes:

Medical Attendant was Dr H R Hodgkinson who last saw George on 24th January 1949. Father's name was Robert Marjoram, occupation labourer, and his mother's name was Elizabeth Blackman. The informant was W Marjoram, son, of 220 Byng Street, Orange.
Birthplace is recorded as Yetholme, NSW, marriage place was Grenfell at age of 22 years to Acemo Louisa Laundess and he was a widower at time of death. Children of the marriage were Ethel 59, Walter 57, Agnes 53, Annie 52, George C 50, all living and none deceased. The burial was in Church of England Cemetery, Orange, the Undertaker was Archie McGrath, the Minister was J S Richards of Church of England, the witnesses were P L Griffith and F McGrath. The death was registered by R C Sheridan on 25th January 1949 at Orange. 3

bullet  Burial Notes:

At Church Of England section, Orange, New South Wales, Australia.

No Grave Stone.

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: labourer, 1933, Orange, Wellington County, New South Wales, Australia.

Occupation: Contractor, 1933. On daugter's death certificate. After his death.


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George married Seymour Louisa Laundess [440] [2H1Z-F98] [MRIN: 103], daughter of Themio E. Laundess [309] [97FF-52K] and Louisa Maria Adams [23693] [LHLY-4TB], on 1888 Sep 12 in Grenfell, Monteagle County, New South Wales.1 (Seymour Louisa Laundess [440] [2H1Z-F98] was born on 1872 Dec 17 in Grenfell, Monteagle County, New South Wales, Australia,4 died on 1943 Aug 3 in Darlinghurst, Cumberland County, New South Wales, Australia 5 and was buried on 1943 Aug 5 in Rookwood Cemetery, Cumberland County, New South Wales, Australia 3.). The cause of her death was coronary occlusion, hypertension, arterio sclerosis, sarcoma of thighs.

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Registration: Marriage, 1888, Grenfell District, New South Wales. 6 5063/1888
MARJORAM, GEORGE W
LAUNDESS, ACEMO L
GRENFELL


bullet  Marriage Notes:

Holy Trinity Parsonage, Church of England.

The witnesses to the marriage were Thomas Girdler and Louisa McGinnity (formerly Laundess - nee Adams) the mother of the bride
Louisa McGinnity gave consent to the marriage
Seymour was named Acemo on the marriage transcript - she was known as Acemo throughout her life - her birth and death entries both name her as Seymour
George was a contractor at the time of his marriage - Acemo was said to be a domestic.
George and Seymour (Acemo) were both living in Grenfell at the time of their marriage.
Marriage Reg'n No 5068 of 1888 also records Acema , Aceme L and Acemo L and Majoram. Transcript records marriage took place at Holy Trinity Church of England Parsonage, Grenfell, NSW. The groom was recorded as a bachelor, birthplace and age and details of his parents not recorded, occupation was contractor and usual residence was Grenfell.
Seymour was recorded as a spinster, occupation was domestic, usual residence was Grenfell, birthplace and age and details of parents were not recorded.
Witnesses were Thomas Girdler and Louisa McGenity (mother of the bride- name should McGinninity as she married David McGinninity after death of Themio Laundess). Minister was A R Raymond and Louisa McGenity gave consent to the marriage. 3

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Sources


1 NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 5063/1888. .... Other Researchers, Liz W. .... Other Researchers, Wendy Condon.

2 Other Researchers, Liz W. .... NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 5746/1866.

3 Other Researchers, Liz W.

4 NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 8655/1873. .... Other Researchers, Liz W. .... Other Researchers, Wendy Condon.

5 NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 15509/1943. .... Other Researchers, Liz W. .... Other Researchers, Wendy Condon.

6 NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 5063/1888.


Brian Yap (葉文意)

There are other people in this site, for various reasons, some not related at all. Some are married into my family, some I once thought were related and, turns out, they are not.

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