Two years after the death of her first husband William Marks in 1861, Ann Lamb who had married her second husband Francis Campbell in 1858, but not changed her surname again, opened the Horse and Jockey Inn at Markdale Forest. I am not sure how this relates to the farm Markdale.
HORSE AND JOCKEY INN,
MARKDALE FOREST.ANN MARKS begs to inform her friends, tra-vellers, and the public generally, that, on the1st April next, she will open her house at Markdaleas an inn under the above sign, when she hopes, bycivility, attention to the wants of her gueats, cleanli-ness, and keeping good liquors, to merit a share oftheir support.On the occasion of the opening, Mrs. Marks re-spectfully invites her friends and acquaintances togive her a call, and enjoy themselves in the eveningand the day following.A SUMPTUOUS DINNERwill be given on that day, at four o’clock. To befollowed byA BALL.Dancing to commence at seven in the evening,
2068 ANN MARKS.
- Advertising (1863, March 21). Goulburn Herald (NSW : 1860 – 1864), p. 3. Retrieved June 19, 2019, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article102852819