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Sarah Anne Knight was born 6 April 1871 in "Tannabah", Coonabarabran, New South Wales, Australia to John Knight (c1836-1907) and Louisa Mary Richard (c1839-1907) and died 14 August 1951 St. Luke's Hospital, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Sidney Herbert Blackman (1868-1929) 28 July 1898 in Coonabarabran, New South Wales, Australia.



Children


Offspring of Sidney Herbert Blackman and Sarah Anne Knight (1871-1951)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Gordon Blackman (1898-1981) 3 December 1898 "Yarragrin Station", Mendooran, New South Wales, Australia 2 April 1981 Coonabarabran, New South Wales, Australia Winifred Aylward Neill (1888-1957) Winifred Aylward Neill (1888-1957) Winifred Ogilvie Blackman (1913-)
Roy Blackman (1900-1955)
Keith Richard Blackman (1903-1988)
Nona Blackman (1905-1993)
Edith Blackman (1907-2005)
Heather Belle Blackman (1909-1943)
Douglas Blackman (1912-1996) 20 June 1912 Coonabarabran, New South Wales, Australia 15 May 1996 Jessie Elizabeth Deans (1905-1964)

Obituary

DEATH OF MRS SARAH ANN BLACKMAN

The death occurred in St. Luke's Hospital, Sydney last week of Mrs. Sarah Ann Blackman (81), formerly of Wattle Springs, Coonabarabran who has been a respected resident of that district for the whole of her life.

The deceased was born at Tannabah and was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Knight, early pioneer settlers of the district.

She married Sidney Herbert Blackman at Coonabarabran in 1898 and resided at Yarragrin Station, Mendooran, for a number of years before shifting to Wattle Springs, where she resided until the time of her death.

Both her husband and one daughter predeceased her, and Mrs. Blackman is survived by four sons and two daughters. The daughters are Mrs. John Harte (Brisbane), and Mrs. T. W. Bell ( Merrygoen). The sons are Gordon (Avon Hills, Coonabarabran), Roy (USA), Keith (Belougerie, Warrumbungles) and Douglas (Sydney).

Gilgandra Weekly, 23 August 1951, page 4








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