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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)
Elijah Reuben Marks [664]
(1870-1944)

 

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Spouses/Children:
Elizabeth Christie [207] [KJL3-7FK]

Elijah Reuben Marks [664] 2

  • Born: 1870, Carcoar, Bathurst County, New South Wales 3
  • Marriage: Elizabeth Christie [207] [KJL3-7FK] on 1900 Sep 12 in Wheeo Locality, King County, New South Wales 1
  • Died: 1944 Nov 20, Bathurst, Bathurst County, New South Wales, Australia at age 74 4
  • Buried: Bathurst, Bathurst County, New South Wales, Australia 5

bullet   Another name for Elijah was Uncle "Rube".

bullet   FamilySearch ID: KLV8-3JK.

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bullet  Burial Notes:

Bathurst Cemetery

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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Occupation: storekeeper, 1900, Grabben Gullen, New South Wales, Australia. 6

Newspaper: Advertising, 1913 Mar 27, Goulburn District, New South Wales. 7 Advertising. (1913, March 27). Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), p. 3 Edition: EVENING. Retrieved April 4, 2013, from <http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article98849461>

TO LET.
BY TENDER,
DOUGLAS PARK
FOR A TERM OF FIVE (5) YEARS.
DOUGLAS PARK is a first-class grazing pro-
perty, containing 634 acres, wire netted
and subdivided by wire netting, five (5) miles
from Binda, and joining such well-known pro-
perties Woodville and Mount Pleasant; has
a comfortable House and all, necessary out
buildings. It is carrying a splendid coat of
grass, and watered by five never-failing dams.
Rent payable quarterly in advance Tenders
addressed to REUBEN MARKS, Spring-
street, Crookwell, close MARCH 31. Immediate
possession. The lowest or any tender not
necessarily accepted.
MRS. LYDIA MARKS,
Crookwell.

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

living, 1941 Sep 29, Bookham, , New South Wales, Australia. From the obituary of brother Charles.

Obituary. 8 The death occurred in the Bathurst Hospital on November 30, of Mr Elijah
Reuben Marks, at the age of 74 years. His illness extended over a period of
five weeks.
The late Mr Marks resided for the greater part of his life in Crookwell,
where he was respected and esteemed. Until about ten years ago he owned a
property on the Crookwell River, about four miles from town. Upon disposing
of the property he took up residence at Manly, where he remained for several
years , but for health reasons he moved, in recent years, to various other
centres
His wife has been an inmate of the Bathurst Hospital for the past four
months, consequent upon a seizure which has left her invalid. During their
long residence in Crookwell the late Mr Marks and Mrs Marks were amongst the
stalwarts of the local Methodist Church.
Besides Mrs Marks, two daughters survive, Viz, May (Mrs W. Bonnett, of
Brockham ) and Ethel (Mrs W. Ford, of Locksley ). One sister and three
brothers also survive - Annie ( of Sydney ), Sydney (of Dee Why). Arthur (
of Orange ), and Percy (of Crookwell ). One brother (Charlie ) predeceased
him.
The remains were interred in the Methodist portion of the Bathurst cemetery.
Amongst the floral tributes received were noted those from the following;
Loving wife ; May, Bill and family ;Ethel, Bill and family ;Loving sister
Annie; Arthur, Louie and family;Percy and Linda; Charlie and Alice; Louie,
Ivy, Vera and Thelma ; Os and Ruby Walkom ; Carrie and family.


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Elijah married Elizabeth Christie [207] [KJL3-7FK] [MRIN: 129], daughter of William Christie [18] [LXSN-LYZ] and Janet Balgowan [8] [LXSN-LP8], on 1900 Sep 12 in Wheeo Locality, King County, New South Wales.1 (Elizabeth Christie [207] [KJL3-7FK] was born in 1870 in Yass, King County, New South Wales, died on 1948 Jul 16 in Bathurst, Bathurst County, New South Wales, Australia 9 and was buried in Bathurst, Bathurst County, New South Wales, Australia.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

Witnesses Charles Henry Alfred Marks and Luisa Christie. They married in her parents home. 6

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Sources


1 NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 6293/1900. .... Other Researchers, Rhonda Brownlow.

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

3 NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 8552/1870. .... Other Researchers, Lee Ann.

4 NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/), 23009/1944. .... Other Researchers, Lee Ann. .... Residents & Settlers of Crookwell, 5. Unsure as if this is the same as Crookwell Settlers or a different document.

5 Other Researchers, Lee Ann.

6 Other Researchers, Janice Nadin.

7 (http://www.nla.gov.au/ms/findaids/), Advertising. (1913, March 27). Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), p. 3 Edition: EVENING. Retrieved April 4, 2013, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article98849461.

8 Other Researchers, Rhonda Brownlow.

9 Residents & Settlers of Crookwell, 5.


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