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Thomas IRELAND & Agnes Dick ALEXANDER
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Male Partner :
Thomas IRELAND [I1278] ---   This Person's Known Details   --- (2)
Born :
Married :
22 Nov 1860 in Monifieth, Angus in Scotland (1)
Died :
(Date Unknown)
Father :
Mother :
Partner(s) :
Female Partner :
Agnes Dick ALEXANDER [I1249] ---   This Person's Known Details   --- (3 4)
Other Name Used :
Agnes Dick ABEL, (Birth ?)
Other Name Used :
IRELAND, (1st Marr)
Other Name Used :
ANDERSON, (2nd Marr)
Born :
21 Jan 1839 in Dundee, Angus in Scotland (5)
Christened :
03 Feb 1839 in Dundee, Angus in Scotland (6)
Died :
15 Apr 1925 in Westmead, NSW (9 10 11); Queens Rd
Buried :
16 Apr 1925 in Waverley, NSW (12); the Presbyterian section of the general cemetery
Father :
Alexander ALEXANDER
Mother :
Elizabeth LOW
Partner(s) :
Robert ANDERSON
Migrated to :
c. 1870/71 , , Australia (7 8)
Cause of Death :
 Uraemia, Chronic Nephritis and Senile Decay
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Source Citations
-- Quality Rankings --
<3> is Primary (e.g. An Official Certificate)
<2> is Secondary (e.g. A Headstone, Fellow Researcher, etc)
<1> is Questionable (e.g. A Family Story)
<0> is Unreliable (Not Trusted)

  1. {S0302}, Researcher : STEVENS, Yvonne re ANDERSON, WRIGHT [283].
    Quality Ranking : 2.
    (BEF 1 JUL 2009)
  2. Ibid.
    Quality Ranking : 2.
    (BEF 1 JUL 2009)
  3. {S0304}, Certificate - Death : ANDERSON, Robert (0074) [285].
    Quality Ranking : 3.
    (BEF 1 JUL 2009)

    [Registration no : 6632 / 1899 registered in BDM Newtown
    Agnes' name is recorded as Agnes Alexander formerly Abel]

  4. {S0303}, Researcher : Fred ? re ALEXANDER, ANDERSON, WRIGHT [284].
    Quality Ranking : 2.
    (BEF 1 JUL 2009)
  5. {S0307}, Chart : Descendant : ANDERSON, Alexander (1259) and CAMPBELL, Mary (1260) [288].
    Quality Ranking : 2.
    (BEF 1 JUL 2009)
  6. {S0199}, Internet : General [186], http://www.gritquoy.com/genealogy/getperson.php?personID=P38&tree=CUNNINGHAM.
    Quality Ranking : 2.
    (12 SEP 2012)

    "Christened 3 Feb 1839 Dundee, Angus, Scotland"

  7. {S0307}, Chart : Descendant : ANDERSON, Alexander (1259) and CAMPBELL, Mary (1260) [288].
    Quality Ranking : 2.
    (BEF 1 JUL 2009)

    [Agnes' death certificate transcript says she lived in NSW for 52 years. With a death date of 1925, it is possible she arrived in Australia c.1873]

  8. {S0435}, Researcher : KRISS, Susan re IRELAND, ALEXANDER [413].
    Quality Ranking : 2.
    (24 NOV 2010)

    "In the coroner’s report 1874 on Thomas Ireland (1811-1874) she was living in 1 Hopewell Street, Paddington as his housekeeper, he was her uncle by marriage. She stated there, that she had been there for 3 years. This means she probably arrived 1870 or early 1871. She could not have arrived earlier than 1869 nor later than 1871"

  9. {S0066}, BDM (NSW) Online Indexs : Deaths [62] (NSW Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages Deaths Index : http://www.bdm.nsw.gov.au/cgi-bin/Index/IndexingOrder.cgi/search?SessionID=&amp;event=births).
    Quality Ranking : 2.
    (BEF 1 JUL 2009)

    [Registration no : 7683 / 1925]

  10. {S0307}, Chart : Descendant : ANDERSON, Alexander (1259) and CAMPBELL, Mary (1260) [288].
    Quality Ranking : 2.
    (BEF 1 JUL 2009)

    [Death Date recorded as 15 Apr 1925]

  11. {S0302}, Researcher : STEVENS, Yvonne re ANDERSON, WRIGHT [283].
    Quality Ranking : 2.
    (BEF 1 JUL 2009)
  12. {S0307}, Chart : Descendant : ANDERSON, Alexander (1259) and CAMPBELL, Mary (1260) [288].
    Quality Ranking : 2.
    (BEF 1 JUL 2009)
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