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Biography

George Charles Marjoram was born 22 September 1898 in Wattle Flat, New South Wales, Australia to George Walter Marjoram (1866-1949) and Seymour Louisa Laundess (1872-1943) and died 19 February 1966 Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. He married Ruby May Smith (1897-1961) 15 August 1917 in Gulgong, New South Wales, Australia.



Children



Offspring of George Charles Marjoram and Ruby May Smith (1897-1961)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Leslie George Marjoram (1917-1980)
Rita Valma Marjoram (1919-2009)
Norma J Marjoram (1922-1922)
Alma Maude Marjoram (1923-1939) 1923 Lithgow, New South Wales, Australia May 2015 Anna Bay, New South Wales, Australia William John Smith (1923-)
Zonia Gladys Marjoram (1924-1973)
Valentine Reuben Charles Marjoram (1925-1965)
Owen Morris Sydney Marjoram (1927-2005)
Zelma Annie Marjoram (1929-)
Barry English Marjoram (1937-1979)
John Raymond Marjoram (1939-1939)










Discussion

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George Marjoram married Ruby Smith .

date of marriage unknown to me. NSW BDM 15/08/1917 Marriage Cert Ref No 1917/7925

I am his granddaughter Vicky Marjoram.

they had children - (Alma Maud Marjoram married William John Smith. My name is Kate and I married their son Gary Edward Smith. Alma died in 2015 age 92 )

My Father was Valentine Ruben Charles Marjoram and Mother Beryl Ruth Campbell

They were married in Wollongong 1952 or 1953. Not to sure

My father had 7 brothers and sisters that lived and I think there was mention of 2 that passed very young.

1of the sisters is still living all others have passed.

Seymore was my great grandmother and Themio was my great great grandfather







Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
₪ Wedding
  • BDM Index ref for marriage: 7925/1917
  • A very pretty wedding was solemnised by the Rev. L. A. Marina, at St. Luke's Church of England, Gulgong, on Wednesday last, when Miss Ruby Smith, of Mebul, and Mr George Charles Marjoram, son of Mr. G. W. Marjoram, of East Orange, were united in the holy bonds of matrimony. The bride was given away by her brother, Mr C. R. Smith, and Miss Annie Smith, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs. Marjoram's future home will be at Orange.
Leader (Orange, New South Wales), 24 August 1917, page 5
¶ Death
  • BDM Index ref for death: 14323/1966
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