Jane Whiticker was born 17 January 1859 in Buckingbong Station, Narrandera, New South Wales, Australia to Richard Whiticker (1834-1912) and Mary Anne Clarke (1838-1919) and died 9 August 1949 Inverary Street, Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Irvine Crain (1852-1927) 17 January 1881 in St Peter's Church of England, Mundarlo, New South Wales, Australia.


Offspring of Irvine Crain (1852-1927) and Jane Whiticker
Name Birth Death Joined with
Mabel Lavinia Crain (1882-1973)
Lillian Jane Crain (1883-1970)
Irvine Crain (1885-1940)
Florence Violet May Crain (1886-1952)
George Percival Crain (1888-1976)
Edith Ellen Crain (1890-1991)
Rosetta Mary Myrtle Crain (1892-1968)
Jane Crain (1893-1985)
Richard Thomas Stephen Leslie Crain (1895-1978)
Victoria Ethelinda Ruby Crain (1897-1977)
William Consort Crain (1898-1978)
Wallace Oliver Crain (1902-1984)



The death occurred at her daughter's home in Inverary Street, Wagga, last night, of Mrs. Jane Crain, widow of the late Irvine Crain, of Mt. Adrah, at the age of 90 years. Mrs. Craln was a very old identity of Mt. Adrah, having lived there for 60 years. For the last seven years she had resided with her daughter, Mrs. Sinclair, of Inverary Street. She is survived by four sons, Messrs. George, Bill and Con, of Mt. Adrah, and Oliver Crain, of Albury: seven daughters, Mesdames L. Maxworthy, J. Geaghan, A. Sutcliffe and W. Sinclair, all of Wagga; T. Kennedy, of West Wyalong; A. Russell, of Adaminaby, and E. Neiberding, of Mt. Adrah. One brother, Mr. J. Whiticker, of Wagga, and one sister, Mrs. H. Diamond, of Tumblong. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon, the cortege moving from the Mt. Adrah Church after a service to start at 2.30 for the Mt. Adrah Cemetery.

Daily Advertiser, 10 August 1949, page 2

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