Alexander Strang Fleming was born 1 March 1867 in Jamberoo, New South Wales, Australia to James Fleming (c1841-1911) and Elizabeth Ann Strang (1839-1906) and died 5 January 1952 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Alice Mary Marlan (1884-1964) 21 June 1904 in St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Lismore, New South Wales, Australia.


Offspring of Alexander Strang Fleming and Alice Mary Marlan (1884-1964)
Name Birth Death Joined with
May Elizabeth Strang Fleming (1905-1985) 30 May 1905 Murwillumbah, New South Wales, Australia 10 June 1985 Lismore, New South Wales, Australia John Clarence Parmenter (1899-1947)
Wilson Alexander Fleming (1906-1981)
Robert McDonald Fleming (1908-1982)
Annie Isobel Jean Fleming (1910-1978)
Agnes Rebecca Fleming (1911-1997)
Florence Adeline Fleming (1912-2005)
Allen Carson Fleming (1914-1943)
Keir Strang Fleming (1915-2007)
Mary Alice Kathleen Fleming (1917-2016)
William Birdwood Fleming (1920-1987)
John Cregie Fleming (1921-1987)



The death occurred in Lismore on Saturday morning of Mr. Alexander Strang Fleming, aged 84 years, of 42 Diadem Street, Lismore, a former well known resident of Clunes. Mr. Fleming had lived in retirement in Lismore for over 30 years. He was born at Jamberoo and came to the North Coast over 60 years ago. He resided for a time at Mullumbimby. He was for a number of years a member of the Loyal Orange Lodge at Clunes. Mr. Fleming is survived by a widow, four sons and six daughters. The sons are Messrs. Wilson (Grafton), Robert, William and Jack Fleming (all of Lismore) and the daughters are Mesdames J. C. Parmenter, D. Maher and J. King (Lismore), R Plater (Barraba), J. W. Wallace (Wingham), and F. Ritani (New Guinea). His funeral will leave St. John's Presbyterian Church Clunes, today after a service commencing at 11 a.m., for the Clunes cemetery.

Northern Star, 7 January 1952, page 4

Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
Ω Birth
  • BDM Index ref for birth: 10433/1867
₪ Wedding
  • BDM Index ref for marriage: 4169/1904
  • WEDDING.—A quiet wedding was celebrated at St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Lismore, on Tuesday last, the contracting parties being Mr. Alexander Fleming, eldest son of Mr James Fleming, of Cherry Banks, Clunes, and Miss. Alice Marlen, second daughter of Mr. Frank Marlen, of Brlshane. Rev. Mr. Kirkpatrick was the officiating clergyman.
Northern Star, 25 June 1904, page 4
¶ Death
  • BDM Index ref for death: 4381/1952